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  • Too+Tall

    The Left is too busy rubbing one out to worry about history.

    Besides, they never read the articles, they just look at the pictures. You can’t expect them to write anything.

  • Peregrine+John

    Cry WowJustWow and let slip the hashtags of war!

    Which is to say, I’d be tempted to not worry about a tidal wave of slacktivism, but for the history of such petty tyrants leading to the all too real deaths of millions of good people.

  • John+M.

    Seems to me that all the Progressives are good for is:

    “Cry ‘OFFENDED!’ And let slip the dogs of the media.”

    • Capn+Jack

      That this foul deed shall smell above the earth with carrien democrats
      groaning for burial.

    • Peregrine+John

      My comment’s still in moderation, but in short, yeah, I’m hoping that’s actually the case.

    • DogByte6RER

      They’re also good for target practice at the Range … they make for good fertilizer too.

  • Kafiroon

    It is inevitable that some enthusiastic persons will do a dirty deed to some of those whiners and snitches as has occurred during any conflict.

  • steveb919

    If the left has only been along for the ride, they are about to get bucked off. Hopefully forever. I can dream anyway.

  • During the American Revolution, the left demanded their own country where they could continue as before and feel ‘safe’. We gave them one. It’s called ‘Canada’.

    Now they want to come back and try and steal this one.

  • WayneM

    “Cry-bully and let slip the genderkin furries!!

    • Pamela

      If you could see the picture that caused in my head….
      *chuckling*

      • eon

        I got the same picture. Now I need brainbleach.

        Ow. Ow. Ow.

        😉

        cheers

        eon

  • Hotrod+Lincoln

    I’m sure there are at least 535 lamp posts in DC for the first round of buzzard bait to hang from, but how many suburbs will be required to hang all the bureaucrats and lobbyists?

    • Pamela

      Don’t poison the Buzzards even though they are carrion eaters.

      • Henry

        Buzzards are virtually unpoisonable.
        Job requirement.

    • How about all those cherry trees we got from Japan?

      Zar Belk!

    • eon

      Back when I was in college, we were told that there were something like 400 virus strains that could cause what is technically termed “acute coryza”, AKA the common head cold.

      And that there were probably at least as many virus strains that could cause one or another version of the “flu”, bronchitis, or other upper respiratory infections.

      And that even with the use of SEMs (Scanning Electron Microscopes) and antigen tests, it was a huge PITA to tell exactly which one you were dealing with.

      Since we have better ways of “looking” at things today, there are probably even more recognized strains than were known fifty years ago.

      That doesn’t mean we’re any better at identifying or treating the little buggers.

      clear ether

      eon

    • John+D.+Egbert

      COVID, in its many variants, is just one of the 400-odd flavors of influenza. Why should anyone be surprised? Also explains why I haven’t been- and will not be- jabbed. Last time I took a flue shot, three days later I was flat on my back for a week. Haven’t hd a flu shot since 1974 and haven’t had the flu since. No way am I going against those odds.

    • Henry

      You did notice that the rate of common flu mysteriously dropped to zero last year, didn’t you?
      When your having COVID earns your doctor’s clinic five figures from the goob, and your having the flu earns them nothing, guess what you have?

    • NotYetInACamp

      Covid is a control excuse.
      ask da sintril bankas.
      Da bildabirgas were real

      • Kafiroon

        It’s New York. They know better how to waste money and destroy in one move than any others.
        Except maybe a ty with the West Coast.

      • John+M.

        What about the two and three-stage re-burning stoves, and the ones with catalytic converters?

        They won’t be allowed to transport any unpasteurized wood more than 50 miles? What’s next, the wood has to be “fortified” with Vitamins A and D like they do with milk?

        I foresee a HUGE Black Market in firewood developing – truckloads of bootleg firewood from North Carolina and Tennessee coming into the state on the back roads.

        • Henry

          The Corduroy Highways are back!

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