Shavua Tov, The Open Forum 10.23.22

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  1. Weary Traveler

    Ah, good. Back to normal.

    Interesting encounter earlier today. I was at a nearby shopping center, and outside one of the main anchor stores were some young men gathering signatures for a petition. I asked what it was about, and they said it was stop oil wells from being drilled in next to schools in our community.

    So I asked, which oil company is applying for the land lease to do that, and near which school? Our city is very densely populated, so where could an oil well possibly go here if someone wanted to drill one? And also, how are we defining “close”?

    Of course, each question was answered with an “I don’t know.”

    I mentioned that the last thing I wanted to do was stymie domestic oil production any more than it already has been, as I am not at all happy with current gas prices.

    I also mentioned that it wasn’t right that the organization they were with was sending volunteers unarmed with even the most basic facts. I worked in a non-profit long enough to know how this type of thing is supposed to be done, and have even participated in training the volunteers we would send out to engage the public and spread the word of our mission. And we were a small local nonprofit, not a large one with millions of corporate and donor dollars.

    We trained our volunteers as we did to be transparent. So that they could answer most any question that anyone they talked to might have. We even ran them through simulation exercises to test their knowledge, and how they conduct themselves. Whether we were asking for donations, trying to get local businesses to partner with us, or just invited the community at large at come to an event we were hosting, we wanted to make sure that beforehand, people knew what they were supporting and why, what we did, and why.

    There was no language designed to illicit emotional responses. We respected the intelligence of people we reached out to.

    When an organization cannot do that, or more accurately, WILL not do that, that says one of two things about said organization. One, they do not know what they are doing. This can happen with those just starting out from scratch with little to no experience in such matters, but even then, there most likely be someone from the organization that could step in and answer the harder questions.

    Or, worst case, they do know what they are doing, and they do not want anyone knowing their real motivations, as they would not be in the best interest of most.

    So if they poorly train a volunteer to not be able to answer questions that are, or could be asked, or worse, encourage their people not to engage with a skeptic, they are only looking for those they can easily reel in with a statement that is meant to incite an emotional reaction, such as, “stop oil wells from being built next to schools”

    The last thing they want is someone questioning not. Not so much because they do not want to waste time on someone who is most likely not going to sign the petition. In fact, it is interesting how they automatically assume a skeptic asking serious questions to put the issue in to full context, is automatically going to not want to sign the petition. But it’s not just that they lost your signature. What they really worry about is anyone overhearing the conversation, and because of anything you might say, and losing those signatures as well.

    A good example of that is the story of when my friend Marty was taken to an EST seminar, was called on the speaker, and asked some questions, and made some very strong counter points, and how it cost the speaker everyone in the room from signing up for the next course.

    This got me to thinking that this is exactly how politics work, especially when dealing with the left. Which reminds me a great deal of “The Case of The Greengrocer” in áclav Havel’s, The Power of The Powerless.

    Marty’s amusing story about sabotaging a self-help seminar perfectly makes Havel’s point, about living under a totalitarian state like Poland under Communism. As one person, in this case, Marty, was able to convince a room of 30 people to not sign up for the next level seminar which would have cost them hundreds more dollars to attend, just by simply challenging a narrative.

    1. Sapper 9

      They are usually paid morons, we get them all the time and they will admit that they are paid by the signature.

      1. Weary Traveler

        They are indeed morons being uninformed, and not willing to educate themselves of the issues they are gathering signatures for.

        Very rarely have I ever engaged someone gathering signatures, who was actually informed on the issue they were seeking support on, and could discuss it. Needless to say, none of them were on the left.

        1. Proud Conservative Mom

          Mega dittos to that one.

          As I was reading, I had a few points to make.
          However, you did such a thoroughly good job in your posting that I have nothing to add except for: You positively NAILED it.

          I have said this before, but Marty sounds awesome.

          Good for you BOTH.

          1. Weary Traveler

            I only wish I could have relayed the Marty story exactly how he worded it. But only hearing it person directly from him gives it it’s proper due. I wish you could have heard him tell the story for yourself. You would have been laughing hysterically.

          2. Proud Conservative Mom

            I understand what you mean.
            Some people have a unique way of sharing a story that makes it priceless.

            I can only begin to imagine because I laugh out loud just from reading the stories.

            The rat story still takes the cake.

            Do you think you could ever convince him to join us here?

          3. Weary Traveler

            That is tough one as he keeps pretty busy, and most of his online time is spent streaming shows more than participating on discussion boards. But he does have so much to offer, but he is also, a much better talker than a typist.

            I would love to somehow record him at the right time as he tells a story. And ten add some little animations to it like a cartoon. I think it would be a hit.

            I imagine it being like Dr. Katz; Professional Therapist.”

            Which is hilarious, because a.) He does remind me a bit of, and sounds a little like the Ben Katz character. And b.) That was one of his favorite shows.

      1. Proud Conservative Mom

        That is a fabulous meme!

        Shavuah Tov William!
        How are you and your family doing?

        It’s an infirmary in my house.
        We’re all sick.

        I got hit the worst, but the best news is that it’s something that gets better, Boruch Hashem!

        I slept for over three hours this afternoon.

        I’m so very grateful to be on this side of Heaven.
        It’s all relative, but I cannot wait to be up and really moving again.

        No fever since yesterday.


        1. williamdiamonz ghost

          Happy Sunday Mom !
          Everyone here is doing fine but it still warm here. It’s only in the 60’s at night.
          People haven’t turned on the heat yet, which drys out our nasal passages, which leaves us susceptible to colds.
          It may not be until December until it cools off.
          You should spend your winters where it’s warm.

          Baby yourself, eat what you want when you want it and sleep as much as you want, and the germs will give up and go home.

          1. Proud Conservative Mom

            That’s terrific that you’re all doing well and that it’s still warm.

            I love your closing statement.
            I laughed out loud.

            I’m definitely much more stubborn than any of my germs. 😂🤣😂🤣😂🤣

            My family is always grateful that I have a tremendous sense of humor and the ability to laugh at the ridiculous.

            Agreed that I would be far better off in a warmer climate in the winter.

            My husband doesn’t like to go to Florida.
            Moreover, I have my “baby” still in high school.

            I’m dreaming about Israel.
            With Hashem in one’s life, nothing is ever impossible.
            I’m still keeping him.

        2. stevemusicmaker

          Thank you for your concern about my situation. I am doing quite well at this time, considering I don’t do much…:)

          I am glad things seem to be moving in the right direction for you health-wise! I hope and pray your entire family recovers quickly. FLCCC website has a group of many doctors that prescribe over the Internet, if you need timely medical help. FLCCC has lots of info on Ivermectin and COVID protocols and dosing and other meds and supplements to consider, if needed.

          Take care. Keep us posted!

    1. Chief Mac

      I have to disagree. The First Amendment prevents the government from silencing others. We have the right to free speech without the Constitution

        1. John Gillis

          I needed to edit my response – I don’t hope Iran heeds the warnings. The regime needs to fall.

  2. Proud Conservative Mom

    Israeli Police publish footage of the officer who chased and shot a Arab teenager who allegedly stabbed an Israeli man in East Jerusalem a short while earlier yesterday.

    — JewishNews24

    I hope he dies from an infection.

  3. Proud Conservative Mom

    Former British Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced Sunday he will not run to lead the Conservative Party, ending a short-lived attempt to return to the prime minister’s job he was ousted from little more than three months ago.

    His withdrawal leaves former Treasury chief Rishi Sunak the strong favorite to be Britain’s next prime minister. He could win the contest as soon as Monday.

    — JewishNews24

  4. Proud Conservative Mom

    After a joke about Ben Shapiro getting gassed first in another Holocaust fell flat and raised controversy in online spheres, prominent YouTube comedian Ethan Klein’s podcast channel was suspended on Friday and the video in which the remarks were made was deleted.

    — JewishNews24
    (It’s a pity that Klein’s podcast wasn’t permanently cancelled. That’s a demonic incitement for someone to commit murder!)

    1. John Gillis

      Iran is no match for Israel. Despite being a small nation, Israel has more fighting spirit and will to survive than the nations who dwarf them in terms of population. And Israel is less concerned with world opinion. Right now, the US could take a page from Israel’s book.

  5. Proud Conservative Mom

    A Palestinian militant group accused Israel on Sunday of killing one of its top fighters in a targeted attack deep inside a West Bank city, promising to unleash a fierce response.

    The Den of Lions, a group of young Palestinians that was formed out of frustration and disillusionment with the Palestinian leadership and its tight security ties with Israel, said Tamer al-Kilani was killed when an explosive device planted on a motorcycle exploded as he walked by.

    — JewishNews24

  6. Proud Conservative Mom

    Former Yeshiva University basketball star Ryan Turell took a major step on Saturday toward realizing his dream of becoming the first Orthodox Jew to play in the NBA.

    Turell was drafted 27th overall by the Motor City Cruise, the Detroit Pistons’ affiliate in the G League, which is the NBA’s minor league organization. After going undrafted during June’s NBA draft, Turell is now officially part of a NBA franchise and has drawn closer to the highest echelon of professional basketball.

    — JewishNews24

  7. Proud Conservative Mom

    A federal appeals court late Friday issued an administrative stay temporarily blocking President Joe Biden’s plan to cancel billions of dollars in federal student loans, throwing the program into limbo just days after people began applying for loan forgiveness.

    The Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals issued the stay while it considers a motion from six Republican-led states to block the program. The stay ordered the Biden administration not to act on the program while it considers the appeal.

    — JewishNews24

    (Apologies as I cannot recollect for certain if I had posted this last week or not.)

  8. Proud Conservative Mom

    Regarding Halloween:

    Halloween may be a secular affair today, dominated by candy, costumes and trick-or-treating, but the holiday is rooted in an annual Celtic pagan festival called Samhain (pronounced “SAH- wane”) that was then appropriated by the early Catholic Church some 1,200 years ago.

    It was a three day pagan holiday celebration.

    1. Weary Traveler

      If they aren’t calling us “Domestic terrorists”, they are calling us “Nazis”. Yet it is these “oh, so enlightened” and “oh, so tolerant”, and “oh, so morally pure” halfwits that are ISIS and the Brown Shirts all rolled up in to one. But worse, because at least Nazis were honest about their racism, and even ISIS was honest about their religious fanaticism.

  9. Weary Traveler

    Sorry Seems to Be the Hardest Word

    At this stage, “sorry” isn’t going to cut it.

    For one, the pain and suffering that was inflicted upon us in the name of public health was NOT put in to effect with good intentions. It was a deliberate act of evil. So an apology from these people would be a bold-faced lie.

    Second, even if this were a genuine mistake, and the intentions where for the good of public safety, as the dumb sheeple who defend these totalitarians claim, that STILL does not change all the irreparable damage that was done to people’s lives. Damage that will scar far too many for life. Intentions do not matter as much as actions, and the consequences thereof. And considering how long we had to suffer those consequences, and to the severe degrees we suffered the consequences of their actions, “sorry” is simply not going to cut it at this point, no way, no how. It’s too little, too late.

    Any chance at reconciliation is long gone. That ship has sailed. It is so far from the dock now, it is not even a dot on the horizon.

    There are no excuses as to why this was even done to us in the first place, let alone being allowed to carry out as long as it did, and to the degrees that it did. These politicians, world “leaders” and “experts” all need to be made examples of, and their public punishment should fit the callousness and cruelty of their crimes against us.

    I would suggest horse whipping them until their skin comes off, just for starters.

  10. bill smith

    Since there are fewer comments lately, and the comments go berserk after 1000 comments, I am considering to make a new page once the comments reach 500.

        1. Felix

          Originally, as a cost-saving measure, I purchased the Pabst Blue Ribbon for my horse. But I was thirsty and tried one for myself – not bad for the money! 🙂

    1. Weary Traveler

      It goes to show that all this other stuff is just skin deep. We love our country, because we love freedom and the right to be who we are.

      That’s how someone like me, some 1980s goth rock dude can get along with a country boy like John Schneider, and talk to each other for the first time like we were old friends.

        1. Coolercoleman

          When I worked at the sheriff office there was a deputy at a crime scene with the sheriff. He ask the sheriff if he could turn off his body cam while he went to the bathroom. The sheriff told him this was a crime scene and he had to keep it on. That video got a lot of play back in the squad room.

    1. Malka

      NooOOooOoo, Kale is Amazing. Clean it, spray with olive oil, add some sea salt seasonings on it, put a bunch in the oven on low heat and you have Kale chips.

    1. Proud Conservative Mom

      “Torrance County, NM recently held an audit of their primary election and the results showed a stunning 25% difference between machine and hand count results.

      Torrance is a small county but the significance is huge for the 2022 general election on Nov 8.”

      That is HUGE.

      1. Sapper 9

        If they were doing this in the primary to get the Republican challenger of their choice, imagine what they have planned for the primary.

        If the source code and programming is held secret, we can never be sure about the outcome.

    1. Proud Conservative Mom

      TYVM for that.
      I cannot stop laughing…

      That was very much needed.
      The antisemitism is reminiscent of what it was like before Kristallnacht.
      I say that based on what Holocaust survivors told me a few years ago already.

      The extreme heightened amount is terrifying.

      1. Weary Traveler

        Sadly, as long as both stupid people and evil people both exist, so will antisemitism. Seems to be the favorite go to for talking monkeys. What’s that? The lawnmower wouldn’t start this morning because it ran out of gas? Of course, the Jews did it. It was a “Zionist” conspiracy carried out by Israel just to ruin their lawn. Uh huh.

        That last bit was sarcasm of course to illustrate the stupidity, and paranoid hysteria of antisemites.

        1. Proud Conservative Mom

          That was such a terrific analogy.
          Anything and everything is the fault of the JOOOOOS.

          I’m so very exhausted and fed up with being hated so very much for having the gall to breathe and exist.

          Too @#$_&-+ bad on these haters.
          There is just cause why Hashem made us such a stubborn and stiff-necked people.
          How the heck in tarnation would we have possibly survived otherwise?!

          1. Weary Traveler

            You certainly would not have survived by “turning the other cheek”, that’s for sure.

            I’m so convinced that these people are so far gone in their delusions, that if someone were to sneeze around them, they would have a panic attack, jump up, freak out, and say; “A JOO?! WHERE?!”

          2. Proud Conservative Mom

            You are correct.
            We never could have survived like that and it’s an insane way to live!

            We are obligated to know our enemies and defend ourselves.

            No joke.
            For such a small people that make up 0.2% of the entire world, we seem to be behind every shrub and tree.

          3. Weary Traveler

            Behind every shrub and tree is exactly what I think goes on in their diseased and paranoid minds. It would actually be laughable, just because o the ridiculousness of it alone, if not for the fact that there are real world consequences, and such an ugly history around it.

    1. Weary Traveler

      And what shows up the suggestions along the side of people to follow? Ilhan the diaperhead Omar.

      The mini bio was laughable. “Fighting for a more just world” she says? How? Does she plan on flying a plane, and crashing it in to a mosque?

  11. diaspora

    ‘We won’t let the Jewish community be some pinata for people to attack,’ says Florida governor at synagogue visit.

    By World Israel News Staff

    Florida Governor Ron DeSantis emphasized his pro-Israel bona fides at a campaign stop in a synagogue north of Miami Sunday night, ahead of the November 8th gubernatorial election.

    Speaking at a Forward Action Fund event at a synagogue in Bal Harbour, DeSantis drew cheers from the audience as he referenced his policies against the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions movement, and rejected claims that Judea and Samaria is “occupied territory.”

    “One of the things I said we would do, is that I would ensure that… the State of Florida would be the most pro-Israel state in the United States,” DeSantis said. “We have delivered on it.”

    “Before I even took office, we had this issue of Airbnb going to discriminate against Israel and Jews living in Judea and Samaria. So I announced… ‘This will not stand, and we will take action very quickly.’”

    “And we did. Once I became governor, we activated our anti-BDS legislation, we identified Airbnb as falling under that, and a couple of weeks later, Airbnb reversed its policy.”

    “We were also able to sign in my first year in office the strongest law that combats antisemitism anywhere in the country.”

    “We signed that bill at the US Embassy in Jerusalem,” noting that his first trip abroad as governor was to the Jewish state.”

    DeSantis touted his support for Israel’s presence in Judea and Samaria, highlighting his visit to the area during his 2019 trade mission to Israel

    “The State Department would always say, ‘You can’t go to Judea and Samaria,’ because they say that it is ‘occupied territory.’ I know the history, it is disputed territory. They are among the most historic Jewish lands, and yes, there was a partition agreement on the table in 1948, but the Arabs rejected that agreement and decided to go to war.”

    “I was the first major elected official in America to hold a public event in Judea and Samaria. We did an event at Ariel University.”

    The governor accused the Biden administration of “playing footsie with Iran,” and condemned the Iran nuclear deal.

    “Why would you try to empower Iran after what we witnessed?”

    “It did nothing but empower the mullahs in Iran. They got massive amounts of money,” DeSantis said, adding, “They used it to fund terrorism in the Middle East.”

    Turning to domestic issues, the governor drew cheers for his support of school choice, and highlighted his administration’s support for security arrangements at Jewish day schools in Florida.

    “If you look at what is happening in other states, there are some states now where Jews are getting singled out for attacks, criminal acts, and unfortunately if happens very frequently. We are not going to let the Jewish community be some piñata in Florida that people feel free to attack.”

    DeSantis praised Jewish emergency services group United Hatzalah for its efforts following the condominium collapse in Surf Side.

    “United Hatzalah was there, in a major, major way, helping folks.”

    “What I saw from this community, was I saw people banding together, stepping up to the plate, doing whatever they could to help their friends, their families, and their neighbors.”

  12. diaspora

    Muhammad Jafar Katzir, head of the arms-smuggling unit whose warehouses have been bombed by the IDF, is brother-in-law to the Hezbollah chief’s daughter.

    By Batya Jerenberg, World Israel News

    The IDF attack near Damascus International Airport Friday was directed against sites belonging to a unit of Hezbollah headed by a relative of Hezbollah head Hassan Nasrallah, Hebrew-language Ynet reported Monday.

    The Dubai Al Arabiya TV channel reported Sunday that the strike had been aimed at Hezbollah’s Unit 4400, whose leader it named as Haj Fadi. Tal Beeri, head of the Research Department of the Alma Research and Education Center that specializes in the security situation on Israel’s northern border, told Ynet that Fadi’s real name was Muhammad Jafar Katzir.

    “One of his brothers is married to the daughter of Hassan Nasrallah,” he said, “and another brother is considered ‘Hezbollah’s first martyr.’ He was the one who blew up a car bomb in the first Tyre [Lebanon] tragedy in 1982.”

    Nasrallah has suffered the loss of only one of his five children in his battles with Israel. In 1997, his oldest son, who was 18 at the time, was killed in an Israeli ambush of four Hezbollah fighters in Lebanon.

    Beeri said that Unit 4400 is responsible for transferring weaponry from Iran to Lebanon via Syria through both land and air corridors.

    “This unit works in full cooperation with Unit 190 in the Quds Force of the Revolutionary Guards,” he noted. Both units “have storage sites on Syrian soil as part of the logistical operation” of the corridors.

    According to Al Arabiya, “The dangerous materials that the unit smuggles from Syria to Lebanon are smuggled under the guise of ‘humanitarian equipment.’”

    Their activities have not gone unnoticed by the IDF, the report said, noting that “over the past few years, Israel has attacked Unit 4400’s targets on Syrian soil several times.”

    According to a Sunday report by the Britain-based Syrian Observatory of Human Rights (SOHR), Israel’s alleged strike targeted a site in a military airport used to construct Iranian UAVs, which are sent in disassembled parts to Syria from the Islamic Republic.

    Residents in the capital said they heard at least three explosions, and SOHR stated that the facility was destroyed, while one runway and a radar system were damaged.

    The Syrian media only said that several Israeli missiles were fired toward some military positions near and in Damascus, causing only some material losses. It claimed that Syrian air defenses had shot down most of the missiles.

    Israeli officials went on record over the weekend to state that the IDF has managed to destroy 90 percent of Iran’s military operations in Syria, including weapons factories and arms smuggling attempts, in what is deemed a “war between the wars.”


  13. diaspora

    Bin Salman has been mocking the aging U.S. president in private, the Wall Street Journal reported, citing government sources.

    By World Israel News Staff

    The growing animosity between U.S President Joe Biden and Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has been widely reported in various news outlets over the past year. But the elderly president’s questionable mental state has made him somewhat of a laughingstock in the Kingdom, the Wall Street Journal reported Monday.

    Bin Salman, 37, has been mocking Biden in private, making fun of his gaffes and questioning his mental acuity, according to sources inside the Saudi government, the report says.

    Indeed, the 79-year-old president has been showing signs of dementia, and a significant percentage of Americans, including Democrats, are questioning his mental state.

    The crown prince also much preferred former President Donald Trump, the sources said. Bin Salman and Trump had a close relationship, largely due to the former administration’s tough stance on Iran, which also threatens the Saudis.

    Regarding the friction and lack of trust between bin Salman and Biden, “rarely has the chain of broken expectations and perceived insults and humiliations been greater than they are now,” said Aaron David Miller, a veteran U.S. diplomat in the Middle East now at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, WSJ reported.

    “There’s almost no trust and absolutely no mutual respect,” Miller said.

    However, Prince Faisal bin Farhan, the Saudi foreign minister, denied the allegations, according to WSJ. The kingdom’s leaders have always accorded the greatest respect to U.S. presidents, he said.

  14. bill smith

    The Jerusalem Post

    German sporting goods maker Adidas plans to end its partnership with American rapper Kanye West, following a rash of offensive behavior from the performer and designer.

    1. John Gillis

      I’m waiting for the looting to begin over this outrage. The perp was killed by the police and I’m sure there is a narrative for mass outrage somewhere in this story.

      The gun is at fault for killing those students.
      The police killed a black perpetrator; therefore, police brutality must be rewarded with violence, robbery and mayhem in the name of “just us”.

        1. Sapper 9

          We are presenting in a FORCED DECLINE, an equalization of misery with the rest of the world, with the exception of those that feel they are our masters.

          I would rather die on my feet than grovel on my knees.

        2. george linker

          When europe and the rest of the world retooled the us was no longer the only industry left. Now they must compete with the rest of the world as equals.

      1. Weary Traveler

        How do you cure depression? Play a country song backwards. You get your house back, your wife back, your truck back, your job and your dog back. LOL

      2. Sapper 9

        Except it is being sung in the city, suburbs and country alike.

        I should have stuck a biden did it sticker on there for a photo. Lol

  15. bill smith

    New York Supreme Court Reinstates All Unvaxxed Employees
    Caitlin Sinclair – NY Political Correspondent
    UPDATED 11:00 AM PT – Tuesday, October 25, 2022

    The New York State Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that New York City cannot fire employees for
    not getting vaccinated against COVID-19.

    The court ordered the city to reinstate all fired employees and grant them back pay, citing the
    fact that “being vaccinated against COVID-19 does not stop an individual from catching or
    spreading the virus.”

    New York Mayor Adams came under fire for not allowing an exception to the mandate for those
    workers after he granted one for specific athletes.

    “States of emergency are meant to be temporary,” the court said in its ruling. “The Heath
    Commissioner cannot terminate employees” and the Adams’ executive order in March
    exempting professional athletes and others rendered “all of these vaccine mandates arbitrary
    and capricious.”

    NYC alone fired roughly 1,400 employees for being unvaccinated earlier this year after the city
    adopted a vaccine mandate under former Mayor Bill de Blasio.

    Many COVID-19 vaccine mandates were put in place based on the rationale that the vaccines
    could drastically reduce the chances of a person becoming infected or transmitting the virus if
    they were infected, so getting vaccinated was not only a benefit to the individual getting the
    shots, but everyone around them.

    Many of those fired were our own police officers and firefighters.

    About time the system stood by the Law and Constitutional rights.

    1. Weary Traveler

      As someone that was on the receiving end of these Nazi-like mandates, I would not want my job back at all. An apology would not cut it, and would not be accepted. And backpay would barely be a start. Once someone does something like that to you, they can never be trusted again.

      There are certain lines that once crossed, its over. The other party is done.

      I know I have said this before, and I will keep saying it over and over, and over again until their is justice. None of this was a mistake. This was all a deliberate act of evil. This was a war crime, and needs to be treated as such.

      “Never again” is supposed to literally mean NEVER AGAIN!!

  16. bill smith

    Google has been busted again for manipulating search results regarding the mod-terms. GOP candidates are not showing up in searches.
    Catching google may validate our suspicions, but little else…. nothing will happen and they will continue with impunity.

    1. Weary Traveler

      That is what we were saying about social media platforms. They may not change their tunes, although Twitter could if Elon takes over. But it has invited competition. Both Rumble and Truth Social are doing very well right now.

        1. Weary Traveler

          At this point the back and forth has gotten out of control. Now, last I heard, it’s supposed to be a done deal by Friday of this week.

          I saw part of a demand letter written by Twitter employees on X22 last night. I had to pause the video to read the portion for myself.

          It was pretty funny, because all they did was make an even better case with all their concerns and demands for firing them all.

          Especially with regards to the Visa holders. Goodbye and good riddance to them, I say.

          1. bill smith

            The employees went rouge and caused this…. but the shareholders really do not care. They can keep their shares and be wealthy on paper, or they can sell, and put cash in the bank.
            Unfortunately, this whole episode encourages other social media companies to go rouge. An but going rogue, I mean full blown woke.

          2. Weary Traveler

            True, regarding the shareholders. The employees OTOH are playing a stupid game here, especially with how Elon has made it perfectly clear that he intends on laying off 75% of the personnel. If that is true, meaning he keeps word, then that would send a shock wave that would be felt in other “tech” companies.

            The “tech” companies themselves were a big part in creating the monsters that is the employees behaving in this manner.

          3. Weary Traveler

            You and me both. Send them all back to where they came from. And that applies to both the H1Bs and the rejects from out of state clogging up our area.

            As those I encounter on Truth Social from red states like Florida and Idaho even tell their fellow MAGA patriots wanting to escape their blue state hellholes say; “We’re already full.”

          4. Weary Traveler

            They really do not want any more people moving to their state. People in places like Florida and Texas, and even Idaho, even Northern Idaho, are all complaining about the same things. Mainly increase in traffic, and rising costs of living due to the influx of blue state refugees. And that’s just the damage from the ones who vote right.

            Mass migration of any kind is harmful to an area, and tends to displace locals. I totally get where they are coming from, as we experienced here over 20 years ago with the Dot Com boom and bust.

    1. Weary Traveler

      She left me a message yesterday. She is suffering from laryngitis. I’ve had that before, and it is no fun.

        1. Weary Traveler

          I haven’t worn a suit in eons. And even I could put together a better outfit than that, and could clean up better. And I am not a suit and tie type at all.

          1. bill smith

            Part of the problem is that loons are way too vocal… they are few in numbers, but often seem to be the majority.

      1. Weary Traveler

        I sent it to Carolyn to give her a good laugh. I also asked her if she helped write it. LOL

          1. Weary Traveler

            The allusion the author made to the people having some form of Asperger’s reminded me so much of what she said on multiple occasions. LOL

  17. Weary Traveler

    I shouldn’t laugh, as it stands to reason. I would also say this cuts both ways. No way would I consider entering in to a relationship with a woman that was jabbed, and for pretty much the same reasons. The reason I laugh, is because it reminds me of something my brother said back when we were much younger. And that was that he could care less if a guy was gay, only because that was one less guy out there competing for women, which meant more women for him.

    Informed women REJECT sex with vaccinated men to protect themselves from spike protein bioweapons

    Let’s be real, this whole thing cuts both ways as was pointed out here…

    To be fair, unvaccinated men face the very same thing with “fully vaccinated” women, many of whom militantly support the jabs and look down on men who just said no to experimental drugs from the government and Big Pharma.

    As for the Jabbed, who were only jabbed because they were coerced in to it, because they were afraid of losing a job, and feeling resentful over being rejected by a potential mate, as discussed here, I have a few points to add. Regardless of whether the person being rejected is male or female, by the other.

    1.) It’s their own fault.
    I get it. It is scary the prospect of losing a job, especially over a shot. Remember, I am not discussing this from the sidelines. Since I actually took a stand, and stood by my principals, and faced the consequences. So am not talking about any of this from the sidelines as an idealist.

    Since the beginning of the SCAMdemic, with regards to lockdowns, masks, etc., before the jabs were even introduced, let alone mandated, I have been saying that compliance is consent.

    At the risk of sounding arrogant, I was right. Complying didn’t get us less regulations and restrictions, but more. It gave politicians and “experts” carte blanche to continue moving the goalposts. It is how we went from “2 weeks to flatten the curve” to ‘2 years to flatten the economy’ and “your papers, please.”

    They chose to say, “okay, fine.”

    2.) Their priorities were out of whack to begin with.
    As a great line in the latest John Schneider film, To Die For, says, “Why is it everyone is more afraid of losing a damn job than they are about losing their freedom?” The second you are worried about losing your job over anything not related to your own work performance, or the company you work for losing money, is the sign that you are not in a free country anymore, and there is worse ahead for you than losing some job. Even if you comply and keep your job.

    A job, I might add, that doesn’t give a damn about you in the first place, and does not appreciate your work or recognize your value.

    The very fact that they demand you take an experimental drug as a condition of employment, clearly shows they do not value you as a person, or even the work you do for them. And that they are far worse than just some passive-aggressive, ungrateful slavers. It shows they are war criminals, so what else can you really expect from them?

    Once they have made that demand of you, they have shown you who they really are. And they are not worth you. By giving in to their demands, you will have effectively devalued yourself and your own worth. That is far more shameful than being fired, and reduced to unemployment status.

    Remember; Slaves had jobs too. If a slave defied his master, and won his freedom, he too, suddenly found himself “unemployed.”

    Just sayin’.

    3.) Being compliant is just unattractive.
    For the reasons stated above, being compliant does indeed make a person unattractive. It demonstrates a lack of conviction. Which let’s face it, are not good qualities in a person, and therefore, not good qualities for a partner. This is why, the jabbed men being rejected by unjabbed women would be so frustrating to them, especially if they got the jab because they were coerced in to it. Or, more accurately, decided to give in to the coercion and take the jab.

    It’s not just because it limits their options, and as is, the males of any species, including humans, have always been at a statistical disadvantage in the process of natural selection, especially with regards to selecting a mate to carry on their genes. It is not much better in the human world either, with regards to courtship. Like in the animal kingdom, the male peruses the female, and the female decides.

    Part of the reason the men who decided to get jabbed — and I am specifically referring to single men here, just to be clear — decided to get jabbed to keep their jobs, other than the threat of poverty, and not being able to provide for himself, is because unemployment does make a man less desirable to women, and why makes his odds any worse? Only now to find that decision is still costing him = “damned if you do, damned if you don’t” kind of scenario. Kind of like whether or not to get a college education in in the last two decades, but that is a whole other topic altogether.

    Plus, the prospect of unemployment does affect men far differently than women. For a man to lose his ability to provide for himself, and by default, his family if he were ever to acquire one of his own, is the equivalent of castrating him.

    Think of it this way: If the jabbed man being rejected by the unjabbed woman took the jab because he actually wanted it, and believed in it, he might still feel dejected, as rejection has a tendency to do that. But, he could cope better with it in the long run knowing he at least was true to his principal. The man who took the jab because he gave in to coercion doesn’t have that luxury.

    This segues in to the next point…

    4.) Hypocrisy is also very unattractive.
    For a person to go along with something they know to be wrong because they fear the backlash from not going along with it, makes that person both a hypocrite, and a coward. Because for one, they are not acting in accordance to their own sincerely held beliefs and convictions, therefore, they are not being honest. Not with those around them, or even themselves. The willingness to abandon one’s convictions for the sake of “peace”, i.e., appeasement, “go along to get along”, is cowardice. And, therefore makes them as much a part of the problem as the sheeple buying in to it, or the tyrants implementing it.

    5.) Ultimately it is not personal, it is self-preservation.
    Let’s put COVID and the COVID jabs out of the equation for now. Lets instead say we are talking about an old familiar STD, like HIV/AIDS. And let’s say a potential mate has it. And let’s further say that person has it due to no fault of their own, like say they had a bad blood transfusion, just to further illustrate the unfairness of life.

    Would you still run that risk for yourself? Of course not.

    [end of rant]


    1. Proud Conservative Mom

      My husband is one of the wisest people that I know.
      He refused to do more than a second booster.
      I heard him talking to my in-laws this Motzei Shabbos (Saturday night).
      He sounded much less convinced then I have ever heard him.
      He told my in-laws after they continued to spout the nonsense about it keeping people out of hospitals: “Maybe. I’m really not so convinced anymore.”

      I almost fell off of my couch.

      He was never taken in by anything before.
      So many intelligent people were.
      Sigh… 💔💔💔😪😪😪

      My youngest son and I are the only pure bloods in my close family unit, to my knowledge.

      I agree with what you wrote for the most part.
      I refuse to worry about the protein spikes being shed on me by other family members.

      I have the same reaction that I did when I was diagnosed with the Delta Variant last year.
      I wasn’t at all afraid for my life.

      I refuse to live my life in fear.
      My very wise mother taught me years ago that it’s no way to live.

      Moreover, I refuse to even contemplate that the same Hashem who saved my life from imminent death SEVEN times would take my life from this.

      I won’t be afraid.
      It’s just not happening.

      Apologies for ranting off topic in response to your posting.

      1. Weary Traveler

        No worries. The whole point being is putting forth a sentiment that is out there, and understandably so.

        Each individual is going to have to decide and assess the risk for themselves.

        Carolyn would be in a similar situation as you, as both her husband and son got it. Her husband tried to pressure her in taking it, and her son did it against her pleadings not to.

        She will not harp on it every day, but she has told me on some days she wonders what she would do in worst case scenario, and she lost both of them. Of course, that only makes me think of certain people in my own life.

        On the one hand I wonder how could they have been so dumb when I know for certain that they aren’t. But on the other, I also know it does no good harping on them about it, as nothing can undo it anyway.

        All I know that I can do for me is hope that they got the saline, or at the very least, that their effect are minimal.

        As for the relationship aspect of this, I personally do not know what I myself would do if I was already involved with a woman before all this COVID crap, and she went and got that damn Franken Jab. Because I have read of couples, where one was jabbed and the other wasn’t, and they stopped being intimate altogether.

        I also was aware posting all this that this would be an uncomfortable topic for many. But sadly, it is a real issue many of us are dealing with in some shape or form.

        Your own sentiments reminded me a great deal of some of the elderly who, at the height of the fear porn who said, “I don’t care if hugging my own grandchildren kills me, because I cannot imagine living life without being able to do so.”

        Overall, I find it disgusting that we have actually reached a place in our society where a conversation as uncomfortable and upsetting as this has become a fact of reality that we are all dealing with in some way.

        And all because of liars like Fauci, may he rot in Hell, and some flickering idiot box turning so many brains to mush.

        1. Proud Conservative Mom

          I feel for Carolyn so very much.
          I begged my family members as well.

          “Because I have read of couples, where one was jabbed and the other wasn’t, and they stopped being intimate altogether.”

          Married people?!
          How awful. 😞😔

          My husband is a real gem💎.
          I wouldn’t give him up in any manner for anything in the world. ❤️‍🔥❤️‍🔥❤️‍🔥
          Again, I refuse to believe that after what I have been through that this would Heaven forbid finish me off.

          “Your own sentiments reminded me a great deal of some of the elderly who, at the height of the fear porn who said, “I don’t care if hugging my own grandchildren kills me, because I cannot imagine living life without being able to do so.”

          I remember reading stories of people who really felt that way and did it anyway.
          I mentally cheered all of them on.
          Life is for living.

          I have never played in traffic and have wisdom and common sense.
          I refuse to let these people dictate the course of my life for me.
          That includes the jabs.

          I would have absolutely forfeited my job in order to not get jabbed.
          I’m certain that it would have killed me.

          “Overall, I find it disgusting that we have actually reached a place in our society where a conversation as uncomfortable and upsetting as this has become a fact of reality that we are all dealing with in some way.”


          AMEN AND AMEN to your closing statement!

          1. Weary Traveler

            Unfortunately, yes, there are instances like this now with married people. It’s going to take some time to see the full extent of all the damage that was done by the big COVID lie.

            I honestly hope that something I came across not too long ago is true, which is that most of the batches were saline as to make us “anti-vaxxers” look nuts. Either way, I think the real kill shot is in the boosters, which most have not gotten. Not that anyone should ever get that first shot, or ever should have. Each booster has gotten a smaller and smaller percentage of the population, hence why they keep pushing in spite of losing more court cases.

            I don’t even have to ask if you are familiar with the latest court ruling in deep blue NY, which has ruled the NYC’s mandate for first responders unconstitutional, and has also ordered Mayor Adams to rehire the first first responders who were fired, and pay them back pay. Which is YUGE!! Just think; go back a year ago at this very time, and where we were, with the attitude and mood. Did it look like we would see such a ruling coming out of deep blue New York of all places?

            It is true that some of the batches were saline. I would love it if most were, than that would be good news for our loved ones, and in turn, for us.

            You’re right that you cannot live in fear, and love is supposed to conquer that.

            But do keep in mind that the story in my original posting is strictly referring to singles in the dating world.

          2. Proud Conservative Mom

            Absolutely, I read about the court victory in NYC.
            It blew my mind.

            May this be the beginning of more wonderful tidings.

            Understood that you were referring to singles/single “couples” (talk about oxymoronic terminology).

            I pray that it was mostly saline, but there were so many adverse side effects.

          3. Weary Traveler

            There have been other victories as well. It is almost a polar opposite of where we were at this very time last year. People in my boat were being told that we were screwed and didn’t stand a chance, that we had sealed our own fates. And I would always tell those people it is that attitude that becomes a self-fulling prophecy.

            Just like the bully in the schoolyard, they depend mostly on their mystique, and the illusion of strength through their size, and aggressive mannerisms to instill fear in the other kids on the playground. Fear that keeps them from fighting back, and shattering the illusion, and stripping away at the mystique.

          4. Proud Conservative Mom

            “And I would always tell those people it is that attitude that becomes a self-fulling prophecy.”

            YES! YES! YES!

            My mother always warned against never having such an attitude and she gave that reason.

            Jews by nature are stubborn fighters.
            We never give up.
            When one has Hashem in their lives, nothing is ever impossible.

            I was always a very critical and creative thinker.
            To be able to think outside of the box, write persuasively, and know how to advocate, are tremendous gifts from Hashem.
            I can take zero credit for those gifts.

            I can tell you from personal experience that one is capable of doing and becoming far more than they ever imagined.

            The attitude is extremely critical.

          1. Chief Mac

            Israeli politics is brutal – when we left they had over 100 parties, now only 39. That’s an improvement

          2. Chief Mac

            Remember that Israel was a Socialist country then and Labor had always had control. Begin had not made any sort of impact at that point and it looked like Labor would always stay in power. Israel changed, but it was too late for my family by then

          3. Weary Traveler

            Don’t blame you. I couldn’t deal with that either.

            I will admit that am a neophyte with regards to Israeli politics. But what I do know, is they have more elections for their prime minister in a year than Kamala had “Johns”, err, I mean, boyfriends in a year. LOL

  18. Proud Conservative Mom

    Hat tip Malka:

    You can’t escape a pagan Holiday. Halloween is starting to be celebrated in Israel too now.

    Good morning/afternoon everyone!

    That’s what I asked her to post on the blog.
    There was a misunderstanding.

    She had asked me if there was anything she could do for me.
    I responded to daven for myself and my family.

    I have a couple of relatives ill with cancer.
    One needs the biggest miracle to make it.
    There’s no way to prepare myself, as much as my husband’s words keep on replaying in my mind.

    Because (as I had even posted a couple of days ago from Rabbi Avigdor Miller ZTL) we should always include Hashem in our lives and ask for His help, I do so.
    For everything.
    I have been doing so for a very long time.

    What I have is not limited to laryngitis.
    That’s the least of it.

    It’s some kind of extremely debilitating virus.
    It literally saps the strength of the person who has it.
    I sleep about three hours in the afternoon.
    It’s been a week already.

    BORUCH HASHEM, no nausea from it.
    I am so beyond grateful to Hashem.
    I’m ALIVE and it will go away, Be’Ezras Hashem.

    My husband never takes a sick day unless he’s Heaven forbid ready to drop.
    It almost never happens.
    He took a sick day and has slept the same amount I have in the afternoon (and working crazier hours).

    In any event, it is customary in the Jewish world to ask people to daven away a situation like that, even though it’s not life threatening.

    Hence Malka’s very kind message.
    I understand why she did that.

    I just didn’t want you to be very worried.

    I’m going to the doctor.
    I’ll be back later, Be’Ezras Hashem for however long I can.

    Have a great day everyone and TYMK for everything.

    1. Weary Traveler

      It makes sense to daven a situation like that away. It’s unpleasant to say the very least, and no one wants to suffer longer than needed.

      I do hope that you are all back on your feet ASAP.

        1. Weary Traveler

          You are very welcome. I just hate thinking of people having to suffer more than needed, or at all for that matter.

          1. Proud Conservative Mom

            Myself included. 😊😊😊

            On a humorous note, I still have a way to go regarding how my voice is.
            I was sent the audios for the last choir session that I missed.

            I was laughing out loud trying to envision myself even attempting to try any of them.
            I still listened to them and learned them.

            It’s Wednesday night.
            Alot can happen between now and Monday.

            Presently, I would most likely be paid not to sing. 😂😂😂

          2. Proud Conservative Mom

            I thought you might get that.
            What a hilarious story.


            On another note, unfortunately, Malka messaged me that she was diagnosed with the flu today.

            @seamalka:disqus, Refuah Sheleimah!
            I’m davening for you as well…

  19. Proud Conservative Mom

    Anyone who says that there isn’t a G-d in the world, needs a psychiatrist.
    This just happened.
    I went to one of my specialists this morning.
    On the way back home, I ran into one of my wisest and closest friends in town.
    I pulled over (she was walking home and was still a few blocks away from her house).
    She needs an implant and her front temporary tooth cracked in the middle of class.
    She had to run home to glue it.
    One of my sons needs three implants.
    My husband was told it would be over $9,000.00.

    We were discussing what a bloody fortune implants were.
    I jokingly asked her if she knew of anyone skilled who does cheap implants.
    To my amazement she does.
    It’s a place that charges $1,300 per implant from start to finish.
    She said they do an incredible job.

    These kinds of things transpire in my life.
    It’s very important to take note of occurrences like this when they happen to you.
    And be appreciative of all of the “little” things that aren’t so little.

    The more you look for Hashem in your life, the more you will find him.
    I have learned that manifold.

    I can attest to this personally.
    I should really keep a journal of these instances.
    I recently discovered that my daughter does.

    Hashem enables us to openly see His presence in our lives (if we’re open to letting Him into our lives), so that we can take solace during circumstances when we cannot yet see the conclusion.

    I am not Pollyanna.
    I never was or ever wanted to be.

    I’m just as human as the next person.
    But trust me when I tell you that one’s life takes on tremendous meaning and purpose if one develops a relationship with Hashem and nurtures it.

    Hashem doesn’t force Himself on anyone.
    We are gifted with free will.
    It’s up to every individual person if they want to have a relationship with Hashem or not.

    (This of course, does not negate our obligation to keep Torah and the consequences and rewards based on the choices that one makes.)

    Honestly, I feel like Hashem gave me another hug.

    1. Sapper 9

      The other day my daughter had two flats and one spare, she called me but, I was an hour away; a nice couple with a truck and large trailer took her jeep to a local tire shop, an act of pure kindness. I showed up and met them, I offered them money for their trouble and they refused. In a conversation with them I realized that he was an out of work mechanic/machinist , who had just lost his job and was down on his luck at the present. I told him that I was short handed for two weeks and could give him a temporary job, which was true; however, this would be a two week job interview since I needed a person with his claimed skills. I do not do the hiring for this area, I have someone else that has the authority to do this, but, I set up a chance and he has been hired.

      He has worked out great and the head of that area loves his work.

  20. Proud Conservative Mom

    In the tragic accident earlier today in Jerusalem the deceased has been identified as Yoel David Landau, who only recently immigrated to Israel with his family from Ukraine following the war. The child’s father is Rabbi Daniel Landau, a Chabad Chasid from Kiev who is staying in Cyprus. Yoel David who was killed was on his way home from school with his older sister. When he crossed the road, he was hit by a concrete mixer that he did not notice. His sister was not hurt. The offending driver tried to help the child and cooperated with the police who opened in the on-site investigation.

    — JewishNews24
    BDE. 💔💔💔😭😭😭

  21. Proud Conservative Mom

    Kanye West has lost his billionaire status now that Adidas has terminated its partnership with him.

    The deal with the German athletic company accounted for $1.5 billion of West’s net worth, so without it, he’s valued at $400 million, according to Forbes.

    While Adidas on its own might not have technically torpedoed his billions — they say it’s a combination of several deals, including Gap, falling apart of late — Forbes does note it was a HUGE part of his wealth, and the final nail in the coffin.

    — JewishNews24

  22. Proud Conservative Mom

    Unilever says it’s recalling dry shampoo aerosol products sold nationwide because they may contain elevated levels of benzene, a human carcinogen. The recall is the latest of half a dozen so far this year, with the cancer-causing chemical showing up in products including deodorant, hand sanitizer and sunscreen.

    The latest recall includes dry shampoo aerosol products made before October 2021 from brands Dove, Nexxus, Suave, TIGI (Rockaholic and Bed Head), and TRESemmé, the company said in a notice published on Friday by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. A complete list of affected products and UPC codes can be found here.

    — JewishNews24

      1. Weary Traveler

        Yes, I have often quoted that Hitler speech to libTWATs that tried to tell me that Hitler and the Nazis were not socialists. Never mind they called themselves the National Socialist German Workers Party.

        1. John Gillis

          Nazis and Communists held the same goals and employed the same methods, but wore different jackbooted uniforms. In essence, they were COMPETITORS. That was the only reason they hated each other.

          Jewish people are wise enough to repudiate them both, at least the ones I know. Of course, many such friends had families that came from behind the Iron Curtain and saw firsthand how awful the Soviets were to the Jews.

          1. Weary Traveler

            Exactly. But any excuse they can come up with to blame the Jews. Seems to work the same as TDS.

      2. bill smith

        As I recall, that entity’s sick conspiracy theories were against capitalist Jews in NY, and communist Jews in Moscow. He hated Jews no matter what their ideology was or wasn’t.

    1. Proud Conservative Mom

      That’s not truly where the story begins.
      These are pages that I shot from Hold On by Roy Neuberger and sent to one of my people that I am working with.

      That’s a direct quote from Rabbi Avigdor Miller ZTL.

      The Enlightenment was one of the worst tragedies that occurred to Judaism.
      Moses Mendelssohn and Solomon
      Schechter totally monkeyed around with the Torah in a horrific manner.
      Before that, almost all Jews followed Torah.
      Those like the Karaites (who only believed that the Written Torah is Divine), were a fringe element.

      Moreover the readiness of gentiles to “embrace” us in every way including intermarriage was our tremendous downfall.

      When Yaakov Avinu (our Patriarch Jacob) said “Save me from the hand of my brother, from Eisav (Esau)”, it sounds redundant.
      But what Yaakov was asking was, save me from Eisav, when he acts like he is my brother.
      That’s when he’s the most dangerous because many are caught unaware.

      Jews need to remain practicing Jews.
      When we don’t keep Torah, there are consequences.
      It’s a cause and effect.
      Just like in the physical world there is cause and effect, so to there is in the spiritual realm.

      PLEASE NO ONE shoot the messenger.
      If anyone has any issues with what I posted, they need to speak to HASHEM about it.
      I didn’t author the Torah.
      I just very lovingly keep it.

      Circling back to the article, I learned alot of it many years ago.
      Moreover, my paternal grandparents told me about many aspects of the article as well.

      As I mentioned beforehand, he was sent to Siberia twice for the heinous and nefarious crime of keeping and learning Torah.
      He escaped twice in extremely miraculous manners.

      How many Jews suffered in so many different ways throughout the generations, truly breaks my heart…

      It’s almost over, BH.

  23. Weary Traveler

    Language warning in article, but I think the title of the article says it all.

    Former Dem Candidate Who Said ‘I Don’t Give A F**k What Happens to Anti-Vaxxers’ Died Suddenly While Walking Dog

    Considering the abuse we got from people such as this, can those of us like myself really be blamed for our schadenfreude?

    1. george linker

      They are weak minded followers who are willing to relegate people as sub human. This has happened before by the vaccine doctors in ww2 who used prisoners for vaccine tests.

      1. Weary Traveler

        I was just going to say after reading your first sentence, “where have we seen that before”, and you already answered it in your closing sentence. Great minds think alike.

        Point being, there is something very human that is missing from such people, and overall, it is actually them that the world is truly better off without.

    1. Proud Conservative Mom

      “I didn’t trust her because of her indecisive answers about so-called Palestinians versus Israel, when she answered she hadn’t fully studied the matter. It’s been a while since and still no answer.”

      – Rabbi Leonard Grunstein

    2. Weary Traveler

      If her pal, Kanye, or Ye, whatever he is calling himself now wants to call out Soros personally as he actually did last week, cool. But his comments beforehand were NOT cool.

      Calling out an entire group for the actions of certain individuals that happen to belong to said group shows his ignorance.

      And I will say it. The most racist demographic in the US are blacks. And a big part of it is because of stupid white liberals, and their stupid white guilt have enabled them. In the name of being “tolerant”, they all actually made us all LESS tolerant.

      How many times did I have to put up with hearing crap about white people from some black or Hispanic person when discussing some white person that supposedly did/said this or that to them? “Typical white people.” And in work places too, where they were never called out for their racism.

      Again, thank you, stupid racist white liberals.

      Now, do I blame all blacks and Hispanics for the actions of the ignoramuses that talk like that? Nope. My maternal grandmother’s side of the family is Hispanic, and I NEVER heard them talk like that. EVER!!

      1. John Gillis

        Funny thing is, most black acquaintances respected me despite knowing my politics. Or maybe more accurately, because of them, because nobody truly respects white liberals.

        BTW, I ran into a racist, elderly Biden-supporting couple on my walk yesterday. The old man wore a Biden hat, and he was spewing racial epithets with his wife giggling.

        I chose not to say anything until I heard him say, “Indian giver”, and I shot him a Jovian gaze. He said. “Oh, sorry buddy” and his wife chided him for his lack of situational awareness. Not for his racism, but for his inability to discern his audience.

        Typical Biden voters! 😆

        1. Weary Traveler

          That’s hilarious. If you are racist in private, but not in public, you are still a racist. But, everything liberals do is an act.

      2. Proud Conservative Mom

        Agreed about what Kanye said.
        I would still never trust him again.
        Nor his grifter friend Candy.

        “And I will say it. The most racist demographic in the US are blacks. And a big part of it is because of stupid white liberals, and their stupid white guilt have enabled them. In the name of being “tolerant”, they all actually made us all LESS tolerant.”

        That’s the TRUTH.
        Liberal Whites caused this problem and encouraged this insane sense of entitlement that these black people are owed reparations.

        NONE of these blacks were slaves.

        Remember when Nancy and her fellow nutcases and traitors kneeled to these people?

        I am so very @#$_&-+ sick of their lunacy.

        (End of rant. 🥵😁)

    1. John Gillis

      Until his anti-Semitic rants, he was at least appealing to some form of sanity. Now he’s a Jew-hating nutcase.

  24. Proud Conservative Mom

    Israeli President Isaac Herzog has been invited to address a joint meeting of Congress as Israel prepares to celebrate the 75th anniversary of its founding, which congressional leaders called a “historic and joyous milestone.”

    House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., issued the invitation to Herzog in a joint letter Tuesday. They said the two nations have shared “an unbreakable bond rooted in common security, shared values, and friendship.”

    The date for Herzog’s address has not been set.

    — JewishNews24
    (What a farce!)

    1. Sapper 9

      This happened in Kansas City Area, which is my every other weekend home, since my fiancee lives there.

      I have subcontracted for WSP , the general contractor on this project and I am glad to have had no part on this project.

      I would hate to be the engineers that inspected the bridge structure before they poured the concrete yesterday.

      The reports I read stated one soul was lost in this tragedy; I always read the final reports on accidents like this for educational purposes.

      Here, we have had to cease work due to weather and are enjoying the break, which works well for me, since my new grandson is due to see this world by next Friday. Lol

      1. Proud Conservative Mom

        Oh my goodness!!

        I’m also grateful that this job wasn’t yours.
        I’m sorry for the loss of life.

        That’s so very exciting!

        Grandchildren are so much fun!

        May your daughter-in-law have a very easy and painless labor and may everyone be healthy.

          1. Proud Conservative Mom

            Good morning Sapper9.
            That doesn’t necessarily rule it out.

            My biggest baby was my 25 year old.
            He was 9.8 lbs., 22 inches, and looked like an offensive lineman.

            He was my best and easiest labor and delivery.
            I had an unforgettable anesthesiologist (Dr. Meg Rosenblatt) who gave me a phenomenal epidural.
            I’ll never ever forget her and her tremendous kindness.

            (My two prior epidurals didn’t work properly with my oldest two. It’s way more advanced since then.)

            Have a great weekend.

            I regressed alot, so I most likely won’t be on today.
            I’ll get there…

            Have a wonderful weekend in every single manner.

          2. Proud Conservative Mom

            Amen and Amen!
            Yours as well.
            I said a prayer for your DIL and baby and will continue to daven for her.

            If you remember, please keep us posted.

            Never forget that Hashem is everything and nothing is impossible for Him to do.

            May you all be blessed.

            (My husband is convinced that I have Covid. I had Delta last year at this time. If I do, I will get through whatever virus this is. It’s “fixable.” I’m exceedingly grateful to Hashem.)

  25. Proud Conservative Mom

    Israel’s Supreme Court on Sunday threw out four legal challenges to a landmark maritime agreement between Israel and Lebanon, clearing a major hurdle for the deal that could mark a major breakthrough in relations between the two countries.

    The court did not immediately release its reasons for rejecting the challenges, which were submitted by an influential conservative policy group and an ultranationalist Israeli politician, among others.

    — JewishNews24

      1. Weary Traveler

        The therapy puppies is an old joke I made a while back in here about starting a business where we raise therapy puppies, and rent them out to TDS sufferers. Bill even made a video about it. LOL

          1. Weary Traveler

            Since @nicetomeetyou2:disqus makes his videos unsearchable on YouTube, I’m tagging him to see if he still has to so that you can see it. Bill, it’s the one from a couple of years ago, “Therapy Puppies for TDS sufferers.” LOL

          2. Proud Conservative Mom

            That’s so very sweet of you!
            So very much appreciated.

            I love to be able to laugh.

            Your postings do that for me manifold.
            It’s your style of writing.
            Moreover, you’re never inhibited about revealing that the emperor is naked.

          3. Weary Traveler

            I not only reveal that the emperor is guilty of indecent exposure, but I am usually also the one to add insult to the injury, and say something snarky about the emperor’s manhood in order to point out his nudity. LOL

            So ultimately, it’s a good thing I was born and raised when and where I was. Because unlike in the Hans Christian Andersen tale, in real life, the kid would never be seen or heard from again after pointing out the blatantly obvious.

    1. george linker

      It does not matter what the glue is made of one is dumb to superglue themselves to a wall. First it wastes glue then it wastes remover. Guess they are not really about the environment. They simply want attention. I would leave them there

    1. bill smith

      It’s the infiltrators themselves who have undermined the UN…. and they complain when someone tries to restore a bit of credibility.

      1. Proud Conservative Mom

        That is 💯 percent.

        The bottom line however, is that the one good thing in its history that the United Nazis did, is vote in approval for the State of Israel.
        That is it.

        They’re a leech on US tax dollars and a garbage antisemetic organization.

        That evil place needs to be dismantled in every single manner.

        On another note, I read a very fascinating account regarding President Harry Truman and why he had the US rep in the UN vote for the State of Israel.
        It’s also in “Hold On.”

        1. Weary Traveler

          I’ll never understand how the UN ever gets a pass on anything. My dad once taught me long ago, and turned out to be very true, is how one “oh sh** can quickly erase a hundred atta boys.” Yet, with the UN, the opposite seems to work in their favor.

        2. bill smith

          It was the League of Nations then, and binding… the UN was obligated to honour the decision.

          1. Proud Conservative Mom

            You are correct that is was The League of Nations then.

            That being said, the amount of votes necessary to have anything pass was still required.
            Indeed, the obligation made it stuck.

            Hashem took care of it.

      1. Proud Conservative Mom

        Healing from a real doozy of an infection at the pace of a tortoise 🐢.
        It took everyone out in my family for several days.
        Of course, with me it’s always the longest but I feel a little better every single day.
        I’m extremely grateful to Hashem.

        Something that can be resolved, is a huge blessing.
        That being said, I have to find a better way to have a good time.

  26. John Gillis

    Hey everyone! Sorry I’ve been out. I’m finally getting full-time hours at my company so I’ve been underwater, so to speak. Hope everyone here is doing well!

  27. Proud Conservative Mom

    Israel’s defense minister became the first top defense official from his country to visit Turkey in more than a decade Thursday as the two nations take steps to normalize their strained ties.

    Turkish Defense Minister Hulusi Akar welcomed Israeli Defense Minister Benny Gantz to Ankara with a military ceremony before the two held talks and chaired meetings between their countries’ delegations, Turkey’s Ministry of National Defense said.

    — JewishNews24

  28. Proud Conservative Mom

    Lebanon and Israel signed copies of a U.S.-mediated sea border deal on Thursday and delivered them to the U.N. in the coastal border town of Naqoura.

    The agreement to demarcate the maritime border comes after months of indirect talks mediated by Amos Hochstein, the U.S. envoy for energy affairs, and would mark a major breakthrough in relations between the two nations, which have formally been at war since Israel’s creation in 1948.

    — JewishNews24

    1. Weary Traveler

      “Get rid of extra weight.” Hmm.. Good one. I like the idea of tossing Anna Navarro out of a moving car. LOL

      1. george linker

        Biden is also a known liar. Nothing truthful comes from his mouth. He also says he lowered it for the election and that it will go back up after the election blaming saudi arabia.

      2. Proud Conservative Mom

        He’s such a piece of work.
        I’m still paying double versus triple the price.
        These scum destroyed our energy independence, sold our oil to China, use oil from our reserves and we’re supposed to be grateful?!

        They can all go to Hell.

    1. Proud Conservative Mom

      Indeed very reminiscent of 1984!

      “The absolute irony of all of this is the grossly misleading statements and censorship made not only by the federal and local governments, but also by the Mockingbird media regarding the 2020 election and the COVID-19 virus and vaccines, while honest information was being censored on social medial platforms globally.”

      I hate these people.
      I seriously hate these people.

    1. Weary Traveler

      That is one smart four year old. I’m still not convinced it’s really “hers” though. LOL

        1. Weary Traveler

          Well, as you know, that is not the ONLY reason I have a hard time believing it is “her” child. LOL

    1. george linker

      The dems then go to the other countries to get the funds needed to operate their elections.

  29. bill smith

    Oct 28 (Reuters) – Elon Musk has taken ownership of Twitter Inc (TWTR.N) with brutal efficiency, firing top executives immediately but providing little clarity over how he will achieve the lofty ambitions he has outlined for the influential social media platform.

    “The bird is freed,” he tweeted after he completed his $44 billion acquisition on Thursday, referencing Twitter’s bird logo in an apparent nod to his desire to see the company have fewer limits on content that can be posted.

    1. Weary Traveler

      I saw from footage from inside Twitter’s HQ in SF, and I have to wonder if any work was ever really done. It was one giant clubhouse. It was more of a hang out spot, and they can’t even show up to “work” for that? I’m willing be bet, like most, if not all the “tech” sector — there is a reason I use that word in quotes when referring to the industry — basically work the independent contractors to death, while the regular employees play with themselves all day.

      And with a clubhouse environment, they STILL couldn’t show up to “work” in person? So what in the blue hell were they doing at home all day while being paid six figures?

      I’ve heard the soon to be ex employees have already been sending their resumes off to Google and Meta/Facebook.

      Quite frankly, I would love it if Elon bought out the rest of these so-called “tech” companies, and fired a bunch of those hipster cucks too. That way, all the out of state rejects and H1Bs can back their bags, and GTFO of our area, so us locals can have it back. We didn’t want them, and their daddy issues, and their Asperger’s, along with their other mental problems, here in the first place.

    1. Weary Traveler

      I’ll never forget it, or forgive those who did. May they hang for it, and then rot in Hell for all eternity.

    1. Sapper 9

      The Democrats are into TRANSITIONING : little boys to little girls, little girls to little boys and from reliable energy sources to something that is not.

    1. george linker

      The democrats did the attacks themselves I would suspect and try to blame others. Maybe the attack is just fake news. Either way the democrats play nothing but dirty politics.

    1. bill smith

      The so-called creative class.
      These people are not physically capable of doing a job that requires movement…. no plumbers, electricians, athletes, etc… only sitting in a chair.
      They also do not have the mental capacity for a high level job…. lawyer, architects, etc…
      They do not have the intestinal fortitude for high stress jobs, doctors, stock brokers etc…. They just sit in a chair.

      In terms of abilities, competence, efficiency, productivity, they are virtually the bottom of the pile…. and they realize it, if not consciously, then unconsciously since the only way to get what they want, politically, socially, financially, etc…., is to cheat the system, manipulate, and their all-time favourite, being such a pain that others reluctantly give them what they want. They have no problem whatsoever with silencing opinions they do not like, cancelling people who oppose them, rigging elections, and word-smithing in a devours manner.

      The so-called creative class, are in my opinion, the lowest of the low. The one irony is that of all the creative schemes that they devise, they are usually perfected and used against them at some future date. Maybe this is why they are so “creative”, they have to keep devising new scams to get ahead.

      1. Weary Traveler

        They are the biggest parasites ever. I guarantee you, it isn’t just MAGA folk celebrating today. I am willing to bet that the long time “boomer” San Franciscans are having a snicker fest right now as well, but mostly for different reasons than us.

        They have hated these so-called “techies”, and self-proclaimed “creatives” since they fist invaded over 20 years ago with the whole Dot Commie fiasco, and changed the character of the city, and region, with all the gentrification they brought. Even the “ethnic minorities” these virtue signaling halfwits pretend to champion hate them for changing their communities and displacing them.

        Nobody, and I do mean NOBODY, likes the “techies” around here.

        The only problem is that this is a tiny dent. Do this very same thing to Google/YouTube, and Facebook/Meta, and there would be dancing in the streets around here, as the interlopers have to pack their bags and go back to where they came from.

        1. John Gillis

          This also happened in Boston. Home prices and tents now rival SF. And for no good reason other than gentrification and greed.

      2. John Gillis

        They remind me of that class of workers in “Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy”, the phone sanitizers as well as other useless professionals. They go to Golgafrinchim and die off due to their uselessness!

      3. george linker

        Athletes are by no means creative. They just repeat the same thing every day. It takes no knowlde to be an athlete.

      1. Weary Traveler

        I did, but I am sure I would have had even more fun if I didn’t get myself banned from Twitter so quick a couple of years back, all because I wanted to go on a trolling rampage. If not for that, I would probably be there now poking the hornet’s nest as we speak. LOL

        1. John Gillis

          I had a coworker whose daughter worked for Pecker (Tweeter). Her daughter was just laid off recently and she blames the MAGA crowd for her job loss.

          Too many at Pecker are too full of their own leftist pride to realize they are just useful idiots.

          1. Weary Traveler

            Of course. It couldn’t be her own fault for being an elitist snob with no marketable skills.

            These “techies”, so-called, are glorified welfare queens when you get down to it.

          2. John Gillis

            They are. And I remember when every Tom, Dick and Mary got into IT in 2000. The MCSE certs were a joke because 900,000 Americans with no skills received them and couldn’t turn on a computer. A manager at my first IT job fired an MCSE on his first day: he gave this twit one job to perform. Put Windows NT on all of the computers and install the latest service packs. 8 hours layer, the guy couldn’t image the 1st one. Then he made me, a fledgling IT guy, show him how it’s done.

            At this point, I’m happy as a clam, because it gave me a break from the help desk. The MCSE just gawked and said, “Wow, this is amazing “, as the process went. The manager was disgusted and asked him how in the name of Hashem he was certified. (Yes, he said Hashem!) Mr. MCSE said, “Oh, easy, there were brain dumps online! Everybody is getting certified this way!” Anyway, Bob told this kid to turn in his access badge and go home. Then he turned to me, pointing the Finger of Doom and said, “Do YOU have any Microsoft certs?”, to which I replied “No, just my A+ and Network +”. He said, “Good. Microsoft certs are worthless and people in IT are only worth the experience they bring to the table!”

            Anyway, I’ve seen many IT con artists in my career. 90% of IT people I’ve known were idiots and con artists. There were few who were the real deal. And those real IT guys I know were quintessential conservatives!

          3. Weary Traveler

            This sounds very familiar. I am reminded of that “technical” college that was everywhere that went out of business a few years ago. I think it was ITT Technical Institute. They had a campus practically in every other strip mall, and there were all the ads on TV and the radio, I remember.

            This is why I always hated the bandwagon affect. They even want to tell you what field is “hot” and what you should spend time and money getting in to. It’s typical leftist thinking, which is lazy, one dimensional, and “one size fits all.”

            You either end up with a situation you just described, or, by the time the person invest all that time and money in to the schooling to get the job, the industry they trained for is no longer “hot”, and is starting to dry up, and you are screwed either way.

          1. Weary Traveler

            And to think, that creature is now famous, still years later, and will never live that down. They probably had no idea when they woke up that morning that they would be a meme. That thing has held on to its notoriety longer than “Big Red.” LOLOLOLOLOLOL!!

      1. Weary Traveler

        I remember reading that one, and thinking what a weird quote. But then again, the “techies” are also not grounded in reality either.

        I can’t help but enjoy watching their little world crumble. Not because they had it so good, but because they are such entitled elitists.

    1. Weary Traveler

      Exactly. We are not that desperate for allies. If we don’t really need Tulsi, and we don’t, we don’t really need Kanye either.

        1. Weary Traveler

          Exactly. We had a much smaller percentage of the population fighting the Brits when we won the revolution.

          1. Proud Conservative Mom

            Oh my goodness!
            You practically read my mind.

            I was also thinking about Chanukah and how the Maccabees won against the mightiest army on Earth.
            They were a very small band of untrained men who conducted guerilla warfare.

          2. John Gillis

            The Maccabees were the ninjas of their time. I saw a recent History Channel special about the ninjas and they were peasants who developed their own style of guerrilla warfare.

          3. John Gillis

            The Maccabees were more successful than the ninjas because ninjas as a rebellious force were eventually wiped out or driven underground.

            The Maccabees in comparison brought Israel a period of freedom and prosperity.

          4. Proud Conservative Mom

            The Maccabees were really a terrible analogy on my part in this instance.

            The reality is that the Jews are the Chosen People and have a special Divine Providence.

            Zeresh, Haman’s wife, was described by the Gemarah (Talmud) as being a very wise woman.
            She understood that when the Jewish People keep the Torah, we’re untouchable.

            Esther 6:13 “And Haman recounted to Zeresh his wife and to all his friends all that had befallen him, and his wise men and Zeresh his wife said to him, “If Mordecai, before whom you have begun to fall, is of Jewish stock, you will not prevail against him, but you will surely fall before him.””

            RASHI explains:

            before whom you have begun to fall, etc.: She said, “This nation has been compared to the stars and to the dust. When they descend, they descend to the dust, and when they ascend, they ascend to the sky and the stars.”

      1. John Gillis

        Kanye was a disappointment. I thought his rant was at first just a momentary belch of ignorance, but now I’m convinced he’s an anti-Semitic jackwagon.

        1. Weary Traveler

          I never put too much in to him in the first place. Only because he was kind of new to this. And he was someone I never cared for. Let’s put it this way, I probably laughed a lot harder than I should have at that South Park bit abut him being a “Gay Fish.”

          But I have learned over the years to watch people very cautiously.

          I have had my issues with Ben Shapiro in the past, and still do. But this is one instance where I fully agree with him.

          1. John Gillis

            I loved the fish sticks joke. At first, I dismissed him as a jackwagon. And you’re correct. He jumped on the bandwagon because he is an attention hound. Celebrities don’t truly change their stripes.

          2. Weary Traveler

            One of the funniest scenes in that one was when he was trying to figure out how people though he was a gay fish by drawing that big equation on the chalk board. LOL

  30. Proud Conservative Mom

    Noach was mocked by an entire “woke” people who were destroyed because they celebrated depravity and theft.

    Even the animals were not mating with their own kind.
    Only those who stuck to their own kind were allowed on the Teivah (ark).

    Moreover, Noach didn’t have to gather any of the animals.
    They all came to him.
    Another huge miracle of epic proportions.

  31. Proud Conservative Mom

    It’s an absolute outrage that the Alphabet People use the rainbow as their symbol.
    The rainbow!
    It’s the symbol of the covenant between Hashem and Noach that Hashem would never destroy the entire world by flooding ever again.
    Hashem will deal with all of them accordingly.
    It will not continue indefinitely.

    Evil will get royally recompensed.

    1. Sapper 9

      That is only because the normal society backed away from it after they hijacked it; if we had of held on to it, they would have backed away

    1. Weary Traveler

      What is interesting about his words here, it starts with the obvious, which is the evil of the notion of “sacrifice for the greater good.” Then he concludes by using one of the left’s greatest arguments against them, which the notion of man being the greatest scourge of the planet, and how it really specifically them, and their sanctimonious zealousness that is the cause of all the destruction. And I also caught what I think is an indirect reference to a verse in Proverbs(?), regarding something about how the ‘tender mercies of the wicked are cruel.’

      Of course, he ends it making an appeal to these moral halfwits, who are basically no different than the zealots who carried out the Spanish Inquisition, or setting women on fire because of accusations of “witch craft.” And who, just like those involved in those instances in history, are too sanctimonious to see their own blatant hypocrisy, and how THEY are demons they are so afraid of.

      Yeah, good luck getting through to people like that.

          1. Chief Mac

            You are fortunate. The rest of the country doesn’t even know what TriTip is. We have a store in Cincinnati where I can get it but that is all

          2. Sapper 9

            My butcher is very skilled and can create any cut that I ask for.

            That tri tip was my first attempt and it was delicious, it only took four hours.

          1. Sapper 9

            It is , she financed a lifestyle with Student loans while in school, I guess we the taxpayers just gave her a gift. Err

            I missed her OCS graduation due to covid crap.

          2. Chief Mac

            I was a Cryptological-Voice Intercept (ie I listened to foreign military radio traffic and decode and translate it) before I become a pilot. Everybody changes careers as they go along

          3. Proud Conservative Mom

            That’s incredible!

            My father had major career changes as well. He was a professor in college, a doctor, and then an attorney.

            He was in school for many years.
            He’s exceptionally brilliant.

            My husband is extremely smart and has had no career changes.
            He worked for two different actuarial consultant firms.
            He loves math and is a fabulous people person.
            He’s an actuarial consultant and a director in his firm.

          4. Chief Mac

            Am on my 12th or 13th career so far. Mainly on the job trained.
            My father was an army medic, did cancer research, train dispatcher, bus driver, rubber manufacturer, put together the motors for the command modules on the Apollo Project, owned a handyman business, quality control for a food processor, chemist at an aluminum anodizing plant (did the top 15 floors of the TransAmerica Tower in San Francisco), efficiency expert, manager of several water systems, and college professor. All with a BS in biology

          5. Chief Mac

            Yup. My father would get bored with a job and off we went. Before I was a teenager I had been to four different continents and we were poor in money and rich in knowledge.

            Carried over into my life. Lived and worked in a dozen different states, in different industries, doing different career paths and that is not counting the nine years in the US Army with two very different MOSs (Military Occupation Specialties). As John or Sapper can tell you – changing MOSs is not very common.

          6. Proud Conservative Mom

            Good Heavens!
            That sounds like a very eventful yet difficult childhood.

            That’s terrific that you put your tremendous knowledge that you gained to good use.
            It was always apparent to me that you are exceptionally skilled in various areas.

            That’s fabulous!

          7. Chief Mac

            I remember when I was in 2nd grade my mother got called into the school for a parent-teacher conference and my mother brought me along. The teacher told my mother that I wasn’t like the other kids. I will never forget her response – “Good, now why was I called here?”

    1. Weary Traveler

      They aren’t used to being told the truth like that to their faces. They know he is right. I am surprised those turd world despots at the UN let him speak.

    1. george linker

      Biden must not be that dumb. He has managed to remain on the public payroll his whole life just like bernie sanders. They know how to keep the do nothing jobs.

    1. bill smith

      Something stinks about this… Sounds like it “really” could have been done by 2 MAGA hat wearing Nigerians.

      1. Sapper 9

        The person that sent that to me said a big tree limb on it and the sign was there for humor until it is repaired. Lol

  32. Proud Conservative Mom

    Several people who were once close to the artist formerly known as Kanye West told CNN that he has long been fascinated by Adolf Hitler — and once wanted to name an album after the Nazi leader.

    A business executive who worked for West, who now goes by Ye, told CNN that the artist created a hostile work environment, in part through his “obsession” with Hitler.

    “He would praise Hitler by saying how incredible it was that he was able to accumulate so much power and would talk about all the great things he and the Nazi Party achieved for the German people,” the individual told CNN.

    — JewishNews24
    (May Kanye join Hitler in eternal Hell.)

  33. Proud Conservative Mom

    The man who was shot dead in a terror attack Saturday night near Kiryat Arba was identified on Sunday morning as Ronen Hanania, a resident of the West Bank settlement.

    Hanania’s son, who was wounded in the attack, said that he and his father had parked their car and entered a convenience store located between Kiryat Arba and the adjacent city of Hebron. When they returned to their car to leave, the attacker “opened fire on us from the left,” he recalled Sunday morning.

    — JewishNews24

    BDE… 💔💔💔😪😪😪

  34. Proud Conservative Mom

    Four are injured in a ramming attack at the Almog Junction, south of Jericho, in the West Bank, the military and medics say.

    Police say the Palestinian attacker first rammed a person near Nabi Musa, then continued driving and plowed into a bus stop at Almog Junction, injuring others.

    The Magen David Adom ambulance service says all of the victims are in their 20s. One is listed in moderate condition and the rest are good, MDA adds.

    — JewishNews24

  35. Proud Conservative Mom

    Obama: “You hear Republicans talk a lot about crime. Violent crime has gone up over the last seven years by the way. They act like it just happened last year… Turns out it’s gone up in conservative rural states too.”

    — JewishNews24

    1. Chief Mac

      Yes in every case the crime rate went up in cities that were controlled by LeftTwats, especially those that George Soros put his DAs into office

        1. Chief Mac

          Control – skill in the use of a tool, instrument, technique, or artistic medium.
          What they are attempting to do is steal what they don’t own

        1. Proud Conservative Mom

          I hate the cleanup as well.
          I find it very helpful to take out everything that I need before I start to cook and then put everything that I use away immediately after I use it.
          It makes it that much easier.

          I learned that years ago.
          It really makes a difference.

          1. Chief Mac

            That I do, but the dishes. Wish my wife were here, we had a deal. The person that didn’t cook does the dishes. I am a better cook so when she is here I don’t have to do more than cook

          2. Proud Conservative Mom

            Oh the dishes!
            That could be alot to clean depending on what was made.
            Interestingly enough, I don’t mind doing the dishes.
            I don’t have to bend or lift to do that chore.
            That’s very gratifying to me because I can’t do chores that involve bending and lifting heavy objects due to my chronic pain.
            (I sometimes do myself in despite that. 🤦)

            Moreover, I put on my favorite songs and sing along while doing the dishes.
            It’s very relaxing for me and makes it very enjoyable for me.
            I love music and singing.

          3. Proud Conservative Mom

            We’re all blessed with beautiful voices.
            We cannot take any credit for it.
            One of my sons sings in the shower as do I. 🙈

            My husband frequently is asked to be the cantor. His voice is magnificent.
            I frequently have people tell me what a stunning voice he has.

            Our Shabbos and Yom Tov tables are filled with beautiful singing (Divrei Torah (words of Torah and catching up on everyone’s week).

            I enjoy it tremendously.

            Chief, you are very talented in other ways.
            Very much so.
            Hashem gave you other wonderful gifts. 😊😊😊

        1. Weary Traveler

          My lineage is often questioned too because of the foods I avoid and can’t stand. So I know the feeling.

  36. bill smith

    Had problems when comments went over 1000….. no problem now with over 500.
    I’ll post a new page shortly.

    1. Weary Traveler

      Oh yeah, that reminds me. Do you still have that Therapy Puppies for TDS sufferers video you made a while back?

      PCM wanted to see it, and I can’t find it on YT.

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