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  • Suzanimal's Avatar
    Today, 07:12 AM
    In the freezer. My mom left 'em. Personally, I'm not a huge fan of cracklin' cornbread. My mom loves it, though. I'm a cornbread purist.:cool:
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  • Suzanimal's Avatar
    Today, 07:09 AM
    LIFESKILL FOR TODAY CLOCK REPAIR. POOR MR ANIMAL KNOCKED HIS FAMILY COO-COO CLOCK OFF THE WALL WHEN HE WAS HANGING MY DRAPES THE DAY BEFORE EASTER. WE HAVE NO IDEA HOW LONG IT'S BEEN IN HIS FAMILY BUT IT'S PRE WW II. HIS GRANDPARENTS BROUGHT IT OVER FROM ALSACE WHEN THEY IMMIGRATED AFTER WW I. IT'S A COOL CLOCK AND IT BROKE HIS HEART TO SEE IT BUSTED BUT WE'VE HAD TO HAVE IT REPAIRED BEFORE AND I THINK THE DAMAGE IS MOSTLY SUPERFICIAL THIS TIME. THE BACK CAME OFF BUT THE DEER ANTLERS DIDN'T BREAK AND IT LANDED ON IT'S FACE. THE CHAINS LOOK LIKE THEY NEED TO BE PUT BACK ON THE GEARS AND THE BACK REATTACHED BUT THAT LOOKS LIKE ABOUT IT. I'M ALSO GOING TO STOP BY THE CAR REPAIR SHOP AND TALK TO THEM ABOUT THE BEEMER. I NOTICED THE LIGHTS ON THE GEAR SHIFTER DON'T GO OUT AND I'M GOING ASK ABOUT THAT. MR ANIMAL WANTS TO DRIVE IT TO NASHVILLE NEXT MONTH AND I FIGURE I WOULD HAVE THE MECHANIC GIVE THE ONCE OVER AND FIX THOSE ANNOYING LIGHTS IF IT'S AN ISSUE. I'M WORRIED THEY'LL DRAIN THE BATTERY. HE SAYS IT'LL BE FUN TO GET IT ON THE OPEN ROAD AND "SEE WHAT THIS BABY CAN DO". SOUNDS LIKE HE PLANS ON GETTING A TICKET ON THE WAY TO TN. I JUST HOPE WE DON'T FLY OFF THE SIDE OF A MOUNTAIN IN THE DAMN THING. NOTE TO SELF: STAY AWAKE THROUGH THE MOUNTAINS AND BACKSEAT DRIVE US SAFELY TO NASHVILLE. :)
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  • tod evans's Avatar
    Today, 06:50 AM
    Got any cracklin's?
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  • Suzanimal's Avatar
    Today, 06:47 AM
    Moar collards for today. Mr Animal brought home a Nancy's Pizza (meat lovers & cheese) and he and the boys chowed down on that so I still have a huge pot of greens. So much for "meatless Monday".:rolleyes: I think I'm gonna make a pone of cornbread and slice up some maters to go with my collards today. I may even have a bowl of cornbread and buttermilk for dinner. Cute story, when my now 13 year old niece was little, she used to pronounce corn - cone. I would make her fried cornbread just to hear her talk about it. I think about her sweet little voice going on about how much she loves my fried conebread every time I make it.:)
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  • Suzanimal's Avatar
    Today, 06:41 AM
    You must spread some Reputation around before giving it to Occam's Banana again.
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  • Suzanimal's Avatar
    Today, 06:00 AM
    http://blog.tenthamendmentcenter.com/2017/04/signed-by-the-governor-arizona-law-prohibits-warrantless-stingray-spying/
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  • osan's Avatar
    Today, 04:28 AM
    The world has become an "interesting" place. I started a blog some years ago. Possibly I am flattering myself as I am a horrible judge of my own merits (which is why I usually default to "everything I do sucks", so as not to lead myself astray in the direction of auto-stroking), but I think I have done a fair to middling job of it. Ten-thousand views since late 2009 is an abysmal result, telling me that either indeed I suck or the average man has no interest in, or capacity for my efforts. Assuming for conversation's sake that I do not wholly suck, it would then follow that people are not in much of a mood for the rigors of freedom. Done that. Not much response, which leads me back to the notion that "I suck". The other possibility is that I just suck at self-promotion. I've never been one to whip it out and start waving it around like the world's largest flag poll, screaming "hey everybody, look at me!" Hell no. The ONE thing I don't like about Ron Paul is the cult that has arisen around him. It is essentially no different than the one that rose at the feet of men like Hitler and Jim Jones. What we need is not a Ron Paul, but fifty million like-minded and driven individuals of equivalent knowledge, capacities, drive, and habit. So long as we of the "liberty movement" retain this fetish for personalities, hoping for a new Moses to appear out of the mists to deliver us from our bondage, we shall remain in fact the Bowel Movement, for we are nothing more than that. The fact is that say that we want freedom, but clearly not enough to seize it. We only want it enough to "pray" someone comes along and gives it to us. Does this not remind us so very powerfully of those whom we claim to despise? Sadder and more ironically still is the fact that those at whom we look down our noses have been out there acting to get their hands on that which they say they want. Yes, they are almost equally guilty of wanting it given them, but that small difference between us - such as demonstrated by the rioters who tried to burn down Portland - is all the difference in the world because even though the goals were rotten and perhaps disingenuous, they DID get off the couch and into the action. Generally speaking, "we" do nothing beyond griping from behind a screen.
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  • Occam's Banana's Avatar
    Today, 03:44 AM
    That is not the Copenhagen interpretation of quantum mechanics. What you are talking about is the so-called "Many Worlds" interpretation (which is not the dominant or "standard" interpretive framework). The Copenhagen interpretation does not involve or suggest any kind of "multiverse" - and it certainly does not assert that "both happen." Despite the fact that it is indeed the prevailing or "standard" interpretive framework for quantum mechanics, there is actually no formal and precise definition of exactly what the Copenhagen interpretation is. Such as it is (and in a crude nutshell), it asserts that it is not cognitively meaningul to speak of quantum objects or phenomena as having any definite or particular states prior to their being measured. IOW: Copenhagenists regard discussions about whether the cat is alive or dead to be pointless nonsense until the cat's state is actually measured by an observer.
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  • osan's Avatar
    Today, 03:41 AM
    You go too far, perhaps. We all fuck up. I do so daily, or so it seems sometimes. My point is that you may be correct, or not. Unless you have a direct line into the man's innermost thoughts, calling him "warmonger" speaks to an intention that may not be present. That, of course, may prove irrelevant in terms of the outcomes, but the distinction is still important to recognize, just as it is to avoid certain sorts of presumptions on the part of others. Doing so keeps us closer to precision in our communications, even if our accuracy is off - I trust you understand the difference between the two. One of the reasons we as a species tends to get into so much trouble is that we have become endlessly careless in the use of our words, which are the single most important possessions we have after our lives and our health. Words matter and part of my mission in life is to annoy the living crap out of everyone until the message sinks in. Casual construction leads to casual thought and it's all downhill from there. Is a man not allowed to make innocent errors of opinion? Criminy man, if I were held to the fire for every wrong opinion I held 40 years ago, there'd be nothing left of me but fly-ash. Now, compare with Obama, a man who held idiotic notions long ago and has remained as welded to them through to this day as a jihadist remains to his favorite goat.
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  • osan's Avatar
    Today, 03:10 AM
    Seems in this case the fruit fell from the tree, rolled all the way down the mountain and into a fetid bog.
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  • osan's Avatar
    Today, 02:57 AM
    Those of us old enough can remember a time when the very question at hand would have been deemed a stupidity only because so many people had the smarts to know how obvious the answer: this is low-rent political drama designed with the intent of frightening some people. The set of tacit assumptions on such matters are broad and deep, all of them carrying the subtext of doom. What appalls me in all this is not even so much the failure of intelligence that this sort of thing represents on the part of the common man, as his revolting timidity and barking cowardice. This could be forgiven in women, again speaking to the mean and not meant to suck in every individual, but that the men manifest such cowardliness is disgusting and pathetic beyond my ability to place words. This is perhaps a penultimate example of how Theye have managed to derail "traditional" (awful term, IMO) male characteristics in favor of supplanted female traits, turning men into what would have once been called "fairies". Progressives will naturally wish and perhaps even call for my head on a platter, as will some who deem themselves "evolved" and/or "modern". So be it. In my opinion, one of the defining characteristics of a "man" is courage. Proper women should also have courage, albeit I find that its expression takes somewhat differing forms. This is why the men I have known, those of my personal circle of which I am perhaps the least example, understand that the female is not to be expected to have the same timbre of courage as themselves, which not only seems well and good, but also satisfies the progressive's obsessive fascination with "diversity". A proper man, in my estimation, faces that which scares him sheet-white in the form of immediate physical threats. That is the very definition of "courage". Yet today we see men cowering like frightened little children right along with the women when subjects such as "government shutdown" arise as real possibilities in the immediate time-frame. It is embarrassing to witness it, so much so that it tends to evoke anger in real men, whose empathy is taxed too far in such cases, so deeply pathetic being the condition beheld. It is much like watching the suffering of a hopelessly injured animal; a proper adult puts such creatures to their rapid and merciful end not only for the sake of the animal's suffering, but to end their own at the hands of their empathy. Both parties feel the relief. When such suffering is prolonged beyond the point of absurdity, anger tends to be one of the common emotional responses precisely because we suffer through our empathic components, often beyond the point of tolerance. So it is I find it with these mangled, maimed examples of the male of the species who have been so horribly reduced that they cannot be rightly called "men" at all. Few things can one find that are as painfully and depressingly sad as this. Today, the nation drowns in them and we get to see just how true this is when the media radiates their tacit messages of pending apocalypse that are threatened with the words "government shutdown". The ignorance that is also represents would be difficult to overstate, as is the various lies that it represents. Were people both courageous and clued, they would yearn for such outcomes, which would likely never come to pass. But were they to, the welcome wagon would be broken out and grand parades held in honor of the miracle that had taken place.
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  • Occam's Banana's Avatar
    Today, 01:56 AM
    I don't have a problem with mitigating or aggravating factors being considered in sentencing. The violent bigotry exhibited by Lauren Kirk-Coehlo can be considered an aggravating factor. It should not be required to be considered, but it should not be prohibited from being considered, either. The problem I have is that it is not the local community that is deciding whether and how to apply those factors - it is "justice system" apparatchiks and automatons who are making such decisions (such as the "Yolo County probation officials" and their "sentencing reports" mentioned in the OP article).
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  • Occam's Banana's Avatar
    Today, 01:25 AM
    Hate Crimes are #FakeCrimes. Property crimes are real. But of course, as far as the State is concerned, there are no crimes against persons or property - there are only crimes against the State. Which is exactly why we get bullshit like this: Full restitution and punitive damages would be perfectly adequate. A prison term of any length is entirely uncalled for. But the State doesn't give a damn about making victims whole. It only cares about feeding its own rapacious maw.
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  • Occam's Banana's Avatar
    Today, 12:50 AM
    Sounds like a special case of the following:"No man's life, liberty or property are safe while the Legislature is in session." -- Gordon J. Tucker The former is what happens in republics. The latter is what happens in empires. Even the Caesars sometimes attended the Senate, if only for the sake of form. I guess we're getting past that point now ...
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  • Occam's Banana's Avatar
    Today, 12:01 AM
    No matter how cynical I get, the police always find a way to live up to my expectations ...
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  • Occam's Banana's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:52 PM
    We have always been at war with Eastasia.
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  • Origanalist's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:33 PM
    President’s flexibility on wall funding could ease bipartisan deal on spending bill to avoid a government shutdown later this week (hee hee) By Kristina Peterson and Rebecca Ballhaus Updated April 24, 2017 10:41 p.m. ET WASHINGTON—President Donald Trump is open to waiting until later this year to secure funding for a wall along the border with Mexico, White House officials said Monday night, in a shift that could clear the way for lawmakers to strike a deal to avoid a government shutdown on Saturday. Mr. Trump and top administration officials previously indicated the president wanted to include money to begin building a wall along the southern border in the bill to keep the government running after its current funding expires at 12:01 a.m. Saturday, which is also the president’s 100th day in office. The president addressed the issue at a reception with conservative media at the White House on Monday night. The president’s new flexibility over whether the wall is funded in this spending bill or one that will be needed in late September could remove one of the last remaining hurdles facing congressional Democrats and Republicans hammering out the five-month bill they must pass this week to avoid a partial government shutdown.
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  • Origanalist's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:10 PM
    It's good thing some people here understand then or we would be really screwed. Bigly.
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  • Suzanimal's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:07 PM
    http://ronpaulinstitute.org/archives/featured-articles/2017/april/24/candidate-trump-i-love-wikileaks-president-trump-arrest-assange/ Copyright © 2017 by RonPaul Institute. Permission to reprint in whole or in part is gladly granted, provided full credit and a live link are given. Please donate to the Ron Paul Institute
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  • Suzanimal's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:50 PM
    Republicanguy is off the scale LOL, I don't think I've seen that one before. -rep
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  • Suzanimal's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:48 PM
    I understand that - I was just joking.
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  • Suzanimal's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:46 PM
    I cooked up a big pot of collards and ate on them all day. Collards and pickled peppers and green tomatoes. Good thing I don't have gym in the morning.
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  • Origanalist's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:45 PM
    Y'all just just don't understand how Trump operates. MAGA
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  • Occam's Banana's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:44 PM
    Fixed with bold insertions ^^^^^ So get rid of prisons - and the myriad statutory rules and "Propositions" that intentionally feed them (or unintentionally fail to feed them, as the case may be). Then (re)implement restitution, indenturement, weregild, outlawry, citizen-initiated-and-arbitrated indictments, etc. But, no ... if that was done, then there would be little or no role for the State's so-called "justice" system and Prison-Industrial Complex ... :rolleyes:
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    Yesterday, 10:40 PM
    Being as it's Oakland, yes, it must be those damn caucasions.
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