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  • Too Tall

    Skye, Desperate is NOT Sexy.

  • Punta Gorda

    A new cash crop for the Carolinas?

    Thai Scientists Develop COVID-19 Vaccine Using Tobacco Leaves

    A Chulalongkorn University doctor on Saturday announced that tests of new locally produced COVID-19 vaccines on monkeys had proved successful.

    Head of the Thai Red Cross Emerging Infectious Disease Health Science Centre, Dr Thiravat Hemachudha, said the latest vaccine, using proteins from tobacco leaves, had been tested on mice and monkeys with satisfactory results and will now go through a purification process before it is tested in human trials.

    The doctor explained the vaccine is produced by integrating the virus’ DNA into tobacco leaves. The plant responds to the DNA and produces proteins about a week later. These proteins are extracted to make the vaccine.

    Dr Thiravat said the vaccine not only produces antibodies but can also stimulate T cells to produce antibodies themselves when meeting the same virus. @COVID19Up SOURCE

    • Toxic Deplorable Racist SAH B Woodman

      That would be nicer if viruses (virii?) didn’t mutate so rapidly. This is the problem with the flu vaccines. The “scientists” are throwing darts at the board, and most of the time they’re wrong.

      • @Woodsman,
        It is just like everything else, racism, social injustice, Gun bans, etcetera. The left wing politicians and nut job rioters are trying to solve symptoms of the problem, and not the actual problem. They don’t seem to get the fact that if you cure a symptom the problem is still there. If the libtards would start taking a more; less government, more personal responsibility type attitude they would be taking the first step towards solving the problem. Getting rid of these problems has to start from within a person. And the one thing you or I have no control over, not even it is legislated, is how another person thinks or believes. The individual has to change that. How is committing many social injustices on other people going to solve the social injustice problem? It actually creates more symptoms from the people that want social justice.

    • JTC

      DH, all absolutely correct, but overlooking the “root” of the issue. Which is that the left has no interest in solving any of those problems but worsening them in the hope that the resistance (us) will finally give up…the symptoms they attack are actually OUR responses to the problem, and if they can beat us down bit by bit they will ultimately win the issue.

      That is happening right now as they have decided to go full on attack with the riots to support the destruction wrought by the weaponization of the ChiCom flu. And it is working big time as evidenced by the corporate bowing and scraping (CYA) discussed here. 2A onslaught will begin immediately after they take the presidency and all the murder and mayhem going on now is also prep for that.

    • cfm56dash7

      They found anecdotal evidence, not peer reviewed, not analyzed to a gnats eyelash, that COVID deaths were amongst smokers. Tobacco may have other effects.

      • cfm56dash7

        *underrepresented*

  • interventor

    That’s a nice dress Sam is nearly wearing.

    • DogByteRER

      Yes, that is a nice dress … and it would look even nicer hanging off the bedpost!

  • Toxic Deplorable Racist SAH B Woodman

    Restraining order. Heh. Sheriff Tucker has it right. Never stick your d### in crazy. And Skye definitely qualifies as crazy.
    Maybe start with waving “hello” to each other from opposite ends of the DD Ranch driveway.

    • shooter 2.5

      R3V

    • Brent Dotson

      A saying that I heard in my younger days; Never play poker with a man nicknamed “doc”, never eat at a place called “mom’s, and never sleep with someone crazier than you are.

      • interventor

        Never play poker with a guy named Slim, or pool with a guy named Fats.

    • Charlie's Foxtrot

      You’ve obviously never stuck your d### in crazy.

      It can be very entertaining… initially. ;^)’ Then, the bunny-boiling starts. :^(

    • Steveb919

      What a freaking idiot that bitch is. Wonder how she would respond to death threats to her.

      • Steveb919

        Also couldn’t that be pose as a death threat to the President by trying to incite others to do the deed?

        • Punta Gorda

          In a sane world with equal justice under the law, yes. But it’s a demoncrap.

      • DCE

        If it comes down to it, we could always apply Rule .308 against her.

    • eon

      The always expose themselves. They can’t resist the frisson they get when they say what they really think.

      Of course, that’s helped because they are a protected class. Who can sneer at their intended victims and say, “And what are you gonna do about it?”

      clear ether

      eon

    • My Way Or --->

      Will check on her Navy record. May be more here than meets the eye.
      Whattabitch. Yes, let her rattle on and on. The more you know about someone, the more you know his/her/its weaknesses.

  • Punta Gorda

    Btw… the best part about little black dresses is what is wiggling around inside….

    • Bill G

      That, and the fact that they come off.

      • MasterDiver

        Like my wife’s silk nighties. They look best artistically draped over the foot of the bed!

        Zar Belk!

  • Bill G

    I’m now imagining President Trump in front of a running montage of burning buildings. And he’s mimicking the GEICO ads by saying “I saved a ton of money on campaign ads by just showing what democrats do, and what they say.” A long series of ads like that could be made by following it with a clip of some notable comment a leftist let slip.

    • Badger

      Without the GEICO reference, that’s the theme of a current online ad running. The Communists are making their own case for being discarded, along with validating those “crazy” earlier purchases of ammo, radios, and provisions.

      As to Skye, that type of woman is one where I’d want at least 2 major terrain features between us.

      • MasterDiver

        The Rocky Mountains and the Urals!

        Zar Belk!

        • John M.

          The only problem with that is, if you’re West of the Rockies and she’s East of the Urals, then the only things between you are the Steppes of Asia and the Pacific! …unless you limit yourself to Utah, Nevada, and Arizona so you stay between the Rockies and the Sierra Nevada.

  • @JTC From yesterday,

    No it is not a hoax. They actually are moving to IndieGoGo. I bought a Virtue Signal game because I wanted to give it to my kid. Then I decided to keep it. When Deplorables came out (I am one…) I immediately bought one.
    From the email-
    Goodbye, Kickstarter
    Posted by William Dalebout
    Aug 30, 2020
    View on Kickstarter
    Just a notice to say that our organization will no longer have dealings with Kickstarter of any kind. They literally support defunding police departments, and that’s something we just can’t take any part in.
    So this is the last communication you will ever receive from us on this platform.
    I can’t imagine ever regretting this.
    We have cancelled all our Kickstarter projects. If you’re interested in our work going forward we have moved operations to IndieGoGo, and, of course, there is always our website.
    Farewell and godspeed.
    Show support and stay involved—let William Dalebout know you read this update.

    Hope this helps-

    • JTC

      Thank you DH, I misunderstood that it was a policy notice from Kickstarter directly, got it straight now.

  • My Way Or --->

    The more someone like Pam Keith rattles on in public venues like the internet, the better.
    The more you know about your enemy, especially those careless imbeciles who advertise their intentions, the more easily you can spot their weaknesses and take advantage of them

  • Pamela

    Now can we bring out the animal tranq for Skye?
    She must be ovulating again. This time with Triplets.

  • JTC

    Sam talks to Tucker dressed like that and he will NOT be thinking about Democrats…

    • JTC

      …and maybe *he* would need a restraining order…

      Or better yet serve an order to Sam and her girls to restrain themselves.

      No wait, don’t do that.

    • My Way Or --->

      Sorry, but I can’t watch someone who is as ignorant as that guy is about farming and food production and storage. There IS no war on food production. If a grain elevator explodes like that one did, it is spontaneous combustion. I grew up in farmland and silo fires that big were not unusual. If the corn or any other grain is TOO DRY in the bin, static electricity will EASILY spark an explosion. It is NOT something new and it is NOT unusual.

      We’ve had a long, dry summer in the Midwest with low humidity and erratic rain events – SO erratic, in fact, that any grain = wheat, corn, soybeans, oats, even popcorn – that was damaged by that derecho can be regrown. The derecho that went through farmlands and tore through Chicago and it suburbs was a natural event. Humans do NOT have the ability to control the weather, no matter what he thinks. Derechos are straight-line winds that start spontaneously and spawn tornadoes as they move. The 1974 tornado swarm that tore through the Midwest and destroyed Xenia, Ohio, started as a derecho.

      The silo explosion in Lebanon was caused by 2750 tones of ammonium nitrate -FERTILIZER – spontaneously igniting, after being stored there for 6 years. These things happen. There’s no conspiracy involved. Beirut can build new grain storage bins, and in the meantime, they will be buying wheat from commodities market sources. That’s how that works.

      Negligence and bad weather cause a lot of problems in agriculture, which that rather uninformed person does not seem to understand. We’re having a dry growing season this year. It happens sometimes. There’s no conspiracy involved in this. PERIOD. What would he say about the Dust Bowl, which was caused by a failure of annual monsoonal air to flow out of the Gulf of Mexico into the Plains States. Those things happen. That was the 1930s. Would he label THAT a conspiracy? It went on for 10 years and then corrected itself. THESE THINGS HAPPEN.

      If there’s some conspiracy to destroy food supplies, then how come I’m still buying stuff at the grocery store and visiting the market gardens in my area? Would you like to explain that to me? I”m about to go apple picking a few miles north of me. Plenty of apples of many varieties are ready now, and cider will be available in about SIX weeks.

      The only shortages I’ve seen around here were in the beginning of the pandemic isolation that sent people fleeing in panic to Costco to grab all the paper products they could find. Didn’t bother me since I don’t shop at Costco, but that seems to have corrected itself.

      I still can’t get Formula 409 because it’s not back on the shelves so far at Walmart. I’ll have to order it from Amazon, instead. They have it – in GALLON jugs. I’ll order TWO of them. The stay-at-home mandate must have made people see how grungy their dwellings really were.

      He’s being ridiculous. It is obvious he knows a whole lot LESS than he pretends to know.

  • Pamela

    Fiscal Imprudence

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    > Q ueen Pelosi’s aircraft
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    > I don’t care who you are … Democrat, Republican, or Independent … liberal or conservative … blue state or red state … you have to be appalled at the sheer gall of this woman!
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    > This is QUEEN PELOSI’S NEW JET!!! And the Democrats talk about Melania’s dresses???
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    > Queen Pelosi wasn’t happy with the small USAF C-20B jet, Gulfstream III, that comes with the Speaker’s job … OH NO! Queen Pelosi was aggravated that this little jet had to stop to refuel, so she ordered a Big Fat, 200-seat, USAF C-32, Boeing 757 jet that could get her back to California without stopping! I understand that a former Speaker of the House, Newt Gingrich, flew commerical most of the time.
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    > Many, many legislators walked by and grinned with glee as Joe informed everyone of what Queen Nancy’s Big Fat Jet costs us, the hard working American tax payers, literally thousands of gallons of fuel every week.
    > Since she only works 3 days a week, this gas guzzling jet gets fueled and she flies home to California every Friday and returns every Monday, at a cost to the taxpayers (YOU and ME are those taxpayers!) of about $60,000, one way!
    > As Joe put it …”unfortunately we have to pay to bring her back on Monday night and that costs us another $60,000!” Taxpayers, that is $480,000 per month and that is an annual cost to us of $5,760,000!!!
    > No wonder she complains about the cost of this war … it might cramp her style and she is styling on my back and yours. I think of the military families in this country doing without and this woman, who heads up the most do-nothing Congress in the history of our country, keeps fueling that jet while doing nothing.
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    > Queen Pelosi wants you and me to conserve our carbon footprint. She wants us to buy smaller cars and Obama wanted us to get a bicycle pump and air up our tires. Who do these people think they are??? Their motto is … Don’t do as I do .. JUST DO AS I SAY!
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    > If you think this is outrageous, forward it to all those on your email list! Keep in mind the figures above do NOT include the cost of plane or crew … just the fuel!!! One has to wonder what the total package costs us?
    > And on top of that … now she wants to tax our IRA’s & 401K’s!

    • John M.

      In addition to the fuel and personnel costs on that 757, (sorry Airdales, VC-32) I understand there was a fairly high human-grade ethanol expense as well…

  • formwiz

    That’s a good look for Sam.

    • Indeed.

  • markm

    @My Way Or: Too dry and a full silo can spark and explode. Too wet, and the grain rots, generating heat and methane, and explode. It’s rare, but only because there is a lot of expertise and experience in the people storing the food. And if there are leftists who want to destroy silos, I doubt they would know how to do it, short of leaving explosive traces and buying enough explosives to risk being traced.

    But COVID-19 and the lockdowns do have effects on the food supply. Crops don’t get harvested if the workers are ill or staying indoors, but I doubt that will be much of a problem – except where minimum wage hired hands are making more money from subsidized unemployment than they would by working! OTOH, thanks to the requirement to have a federal inspector on site, most meat butchering has been done by huge, crowded corporate plants, which have a big problem with spreading COVID. Farmers _have_ had to slaughter and bury or burn livestock because they could not get it slaughtered in accordance with regulations for saleable meat.