Thursday, 12 May 2016

07:58 – Well, yesterday morning I made rice, intending to make pork fried rice for dinner last night, but it turned out that we were out of soy sauce. I just added a new category: prepping fail

Next time we make a Costco run, I’ll pick up one or two of the half-gallon jugs of soy sauce. We had one of those before. Barbara hated it because it leaked, so she started buying the smaller glass bottles of soy sauce.

More work on science kits today. We got a lot of bottles filled and capped yesterday. More of that today and for the next several days. Then we can start making up chemical bags for kits.


60 thoughts on “Thursday, 12 May 2016”

  1. Even though we use more soy sauce than the average US family, I don’t buy in bulk.

    I buy smaller bottles, at higher unit cost, because it is used up before any issues from being open for a while. It will change over time if opened. Small bottle lets me keep it in the fridge too.

    It might make sense to have a couple of bulk containers on long term storage, but for the normal pantry, smaller bottles makes more sense for me…

    nick

  2. For a minute this morning I thought I had the perfect prepping food. I opened a package of store brand cereal and it said “Best before JUL3016”. I figured that anything good until 3016 would outlast me. Teach me to try to think before coffee.

    Rick in Portland

  3. Bob, it looks like the time zone is off on your WordPress. I entered my previous message at 08:15 PDT and this one at 8:18.

    Rick in Portland

  4. Bulk containers are great for cost savings and stockpiling, but beyond that I mostly find them extremely annoying. Ever try to get that last few ounces of ketchup out of a 64oz bottle of ketchup, get that least squirt of shampoo out of a liter bottle, or the last sandwich worth of peanut butter out of a 5lb can? Hate it. That’s on top of having a shelf tall enough or deep enough to hold the container where it would be most convenient. I’d rather pay extra for multiple smaller containers.

  5. I wonder how your fried rice recipe would be with teriyaki sauce instead of soy sauce. It might be annoyingly sweet, since soy sauce and sugar are the two main ingredients in teriyaki sauce.

  6. nick: “I buy smaller bottles, at higher unit cost, because it is used up before any issues from being open for a while. It will change over time if opened.”

    My modus operandi exactly for most condiment items. Better to throw out one bottle in a case rather than a gallon jug.

    WRT “soy sauce”, I use tamari instead. Better taste IMHO and seems to store better even though it has less salt. I attribute that to there being no wheat in tamari.

  7. Dave: “I wonder how your fried rice recipe would be with teriyaki sauce instead of soy sauce. It might be annoyingly sweet, since soy sauce and sugar are the two main ingredients in teriyaki sauce.”

    If you make your own teriyaki sauce you can control the sweetness as well as other flavors.

    This is an example of how instead of buying a “specialized” condiment you use your basic stock of supplies to make something.

  8. Same with ponzu sauce… although it’s easier to just stock the bottles.

    n

  9. As has been pointed out in other forums, when/if hispanic becomes a majority the ‘free pass’ that blacks have been enjoying with PC policies and cowering in fear of being called racist, will be over. The hispanics generally have no tolerance for American blacks, who they see as loud mouthed, entitled, lazy, and racist.

    “‘There IS a race problem. Your heads are in the sand’: Mexican-American Actor Danny Trejo speaks out at LA school where massive lunchtime brawl broke out

    ‘There IS a race problem. Your heads are in the sand,’ actor Danny Trejo said at the Sylmar High School school safety meeting
    Fight broke out Monday at Sylmar High School in San Fernando Valley on Monday
    Team of 12 officers tried to break up the fight, which lasted 20 minutes
    ‘It was just uncontrollable’ said one witness
    No one was taken to hospital but many suffered minor injuries
    Reports say tensions were flaring between students at the weekend prom

    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3586139/There-race-problem-heads-sand-Mexican-American-Actor-Danny-Trejo-speaks-LA-school-massive-lunchtime-brawl-broke-out.html

    nick

  10. Reading the articles on Sylmar, there is little mention of “Hispanics” and “Blacks”. The MSM was hoping and praying it was WHITEY! who started it. Funny the MSM didn’t say
    “White Hispanics” are picking on “poor Blacks” in the article. Like they did with Zimmerman.

  11. The original article in UKDailyMail had it as a race brawl. US outlets, not so much.

    Why I read the dailymail, despite the tabloid nature and the complete lack of spelling or grammar checking….

    and their anti- gun and anti-disney bias.

    nick

  12. The clock is off by an hour when DST is in effect. That is, when I posted the entry at 07:58 this morning, WP thought it was 06:58. I’ve never seen it off by two hours.

  13. Okay, it’s 15:46 local, but the timestamp on that last response is 14:46. Not sure what’s going on, but I’ve looked at this before and saw nothing I could do about it from within WP. I suspect Dreamhost just doesn’t observe DST.

  14. We’ll undoubtedly see more racial conflict and violence between Afrikan-Murkans and Hispanics, spreading from the prisons to the skool systems (but I repeat myself) and the cities where they’re at loggerheads and have been for decades. The Hispanics are already a majority-minority here anyway. And some of their gangs are huge and contain units who’ve had extensive mil-spec, LE and spec ops training with contemporary weapons systems, too. I expect more pitched battles on our southern border between U.S. military and LE units and the narcotrafficantes, and lots more bloodshed in the cities as LE finds it increasingly difficult to cope and they’ll have to roll tanks again like they did during the Sixties rioting.

    Just back from vets combat group session; some good info and resources discussed and one very disturbing anecdote regarding a recurring nightmare. A guy was a heavy equipment operator over in SEA during the war and was bulldozing the tree line back a ways when he hit a big huge nest of vipers. It began raining vipers on him and his machine and he was still having a nightmare about that 45 years later. They worked with him on using some kinda image replacement technique where he wrote it up and then took out the disturbing elements and switched them for pleasant chit, like plowing snow and snow was falling instead of snakes. And it worked for him.

    Except now the rest of us will have that friggin’ nightmare.

  15. Re Time Settings: it is not a Dreamhost (or any host) problem. The time setting in WordPress is used for the timestamp of posts or comments.

    In Robert’s case, the timezone was set to UTC-5, which doesn’t take into account DST. I changed that setting to the “New York” time zone, which is the local time zone for Robert.

    Note that comment (or post) time stamps are not local to the user, but are the settings within WordPress; in this case, EDT/EST (New York). The comment I make (in my PDT time zone) is not the timestamp used for the comment as displayed. That timestamp will be the equivalent of ‘now’ (the time that I submit the comment) in RBT’s time zone.

  16. Thanks. I thought I’d changed that and it had no apparent effect. Perhaps I didn’t save the change or something. I really don’t like WP.

  17. I was gonna play around with it a while back but also found stuff I didn’t cotton to very much. There are alternatives, but it’s not on my list of priorities. At some point I’ll get a web site up for my biz but it won’t be a blog. Very few derps in this neck of the woods, or any neck of the woods for that matter, would care to hear my various bloviations on all my hobby horses. Others do a pretty good job of covering them bases for me, but it means hitting half a dozen sites. Ann Barnhardt for my rabid traditionalist Roman Catholic outlook; Straight Line Logic for economic and political chit; Chronicles Magazine, the WoodPile, Western Rifle Shooters, etc. Oh, and the Appalachian Messenger.

    I’m looking at Joomla for a web site and I’m down to maybe two or three possible hosting outfits, but that’s probably not gonna happen until this summuh sometime, after I get a whole bunch of other ducks lined up. I do have my LLC and state of VT docs all configured, and I gotta talk to the local zoning office to get a bit of reassurance on several issues. I may still go with Dwolla at some point but there’s no rush, and in the meantime our bank has some pretty good resources and programs.

    And of course my plan C is working on stuff that will still be running if the SHTF with Grid down, and how to get certain services back up OK.

  18. In addition to soy sauce, fish sauce and oyster sauce are key ingredients in really good fried rice. Best fried rice I’ve every had was in Thailand on the breakfast buffet at our hotel on Phuket. The fried rice and the fruit they put out were amazing.

  19. “Best fried rice I’ve every had was in Thailand…”

    Ditto. In the rural northeast provinces, in the small villes, 75 cents for a plate of fried rice with that nifty hot sauce on the side and scallion shoots to dip in it. With a Singha or Amarit beer, outside, at the roadside cafes, watching the poo-ying go by dressed in their summer clothes, etc.

    And keeping an eye peeled for Thai Cong, Khmer Rouge or Pathet Lao operators.

  20. I’ve got several WordPress sites of my own, and manage several others. Once you know your way around WP, you can make it do anything you want. I’ve even built three WordPress plugins to perform various functions. But most of the things that you want your site to ‘do’ is available with free plugins (add-ons) or themes (designs)..

    I do know that researching a possible site design can be a terrific time sink. I’ve spent many tens of hours looking for a theme that does what I want. Most of the time I just use a basic theme, and modify it with specific changes via a ‘child theme’. I’ve thought about writing my own ‘theme’, but haven’t had a project that would require it – I’ve been able to do things that are needed with free themes and a bit of child theme customization.

    As for hosting, I have had good luck with JustHost and BlueHost. They meet my needs, and have decent support. Yeah, I could ‘roll my own’, but why bother when the hosting places are ‘good enough’. (Same theory: I could change my own oil, but it is sometimes easier to let JiffyLube do it.)

    I also have some hand-built sites out of PHP and MySQL. That is fun for me. (You can get a list of sites I’ve done at my main place, http://www.CellarWeb.com , if interested.)

    As for OFD’s site plans, it may be that a ‘brochure’ site is all you need. You can do that with WordPress as the ‘engine’ (I did it with the CellarWeb site). I think that’s an advantage, as the WP engine takes care of a lot of custom programming I’d have to do. And there are enough themes that you can generally find one that works how you like (although, see ‘time sink’ above).

    I”m available for free advice (often worth what you pay for it, but I’ve been doing this for many years) on web sites. I’ve also been known to build sites for paying clients, although I haven’t gotten rich doing it. It’s mostly a hobby. (My wife does scrapbook pages, and I do web sites.)

  21. lol! The DC Metro is burning to the ground.

    Obola: “It’s the GOP’s fault”

    lol! I don’t call him Odooshnozzle for nothing.

  22. Carburetor on the pressure washer started leaking. Fuel was dripping on the ground when I was using the machine. Not good. Ordering a new carburetor is only $25.00, only slightly more expensive than buying the parts to rebuild. But I thought what they heck, it can’t be that complicated. Took the old carburetor apart, basically removing the fuel bowl. Hmm, float is fine, needle valve seat looks good, why is it leaking and where? There is only one gasket. Turns out there is an overflow orifice that will expel excess fuel out of the carburetor upstream from the orifice, basically out the air filter.

    I could not find anything wrong so just ordered a new carburetor and installed it this evening. Takes many fingers as you have to hold three gaskets, a spacer, and the carburetor as you thread the long bolts into the cylinder head. Hooked the choke, throttle, and fuel line up and all seems to work.

    So I thought I would carefully examine the old carburetor. Took it apart again and inspected the parts. Float is good, needle valve is good. Needle valve stops airflow quite easily. Then I took a high powered FLASHLIGHT and looked down the tube where the needle valve sits. There was a very small piece of debris. How it got up that high is beyond me as the needle valve is vertical in operation. Apparently the strength of the float is not enough to seal against the debris and gravity fed fuel could get past the needle valve even when the float was at maximum height. Removed the debris and will keep the unit as a spare.

  23. Always satisfying to find the actual problem.

    And very helpful to repair it yourself.

    A good skill to have anytime, but especially now.

    nick

  24. “Then I took a high powered FLASHLIGHT…”

    There it is! Once again! I just used one myself to try to identify which breaker switch on the scrawled-pencil guide on the fuse box door corresponded with the actual switches, which they don’t, of course, thanks to whichever douchenozzle penciled that chit on there. So trial-and-error to turn off the stove, which had TWO switches on that box. So the stove-top burners work but not the ovens. We figure an oven heat sensor but will have to Get Somebody In here who knows what they’re doing. Shouldn’t cost us too much.

    “The DC Metro is burning to the ground.”

    I was in there back in late 1988 and you could eat off the floor, very clean and orderly. The GOP must have messed it all up after the Twelve Years of Reagan-Bush.

    “@OFD, I found a beer for you…”

    Looks good, but OFD don’t drink beer no mo, sadly, now that there’s a lotta really great ones out there; I used to dig the stouts and porters, mostly.

    “As for OFD’s site plans, it may be that a ‘brochure’ site is all you need. You can do that with WordPress as the ‘engine’ (I did it with the CellarWeb site). I think that’s an advantage, as the WP engine takes care of a lot of custom programming I’d have to do. And there are enough themes that you can generally find one that works how you like (although, see ‘time sink’ above).”

    Thanks much for that info and the links; you seem to know some good stuff and why reinvent the wheel is my thing lately, so you may hear from me accordingly later this fine warm season ahead.

  25. This weeks issue of the newsletter put out by Homeland Security’s Emergency Management and Response Information Sharing and Analysis Center

    The EMR-ISAC InfoGram for May 12, 2016 contains the following articles:

    1. Seismic Activity Increasing Around “Ring of Fire”

    2. Law Enforcement Uses for UASs

    3. DHS Fellows Program Looks for SLTT Partners

    4. Zika Preparedness Webinar for Public Health

    https://content.govdelivery.com/attachments/USDHSFACIR/2016/05/12/file_attachments/549675/May%2B12%252C%2B2016%2BInfoGram.pdf

    nick

  26. Think he’ll have an unfortunate ‘nail gun’ accident? Or dive off a tall building like all those other bankers? Or is he protected by marriage????

    ” EXCLUSIVE: No apology, no rebate! Chelsea Clinton’s husband Marc Mezvinsky has ‘nothing to say’ to his investors (some Hillary contributors) despite losing 90%
    of their millions
    Chelsea Clinton’s contemptuous husband Marc Mezvinsky has ‘nothing to say’ to his

    Mezvinsky has refused to apologize to investors – despite losing nearly $25 million of their money in a gamble on the Greek economy. Those investors include wealthy Clinton family supporters, some of whom have contributed campaign money to either Bill or Hillary. Mezvinsky persuaded clients to pour cash into the struggling European country in the hope it would bounce back and deliver massive profits. When Daily Mail Online asked Mezvinsky – outside his $10 million Manhattan apartment – he refused to discuss the Greek tragedy. Marc’s father Edward Mezvinsky, pleaded guilty to 31 charges of felony fraud in 2001 and spent five years in federal prison. He admitted scamming his friends and family out of $10 million in a Ponzi scheme.

    apple doesn’t fall far from the tree does it?

    nick

  27. “Coming to a failed state near you…”

    Mexico, for one, already a horrific mess, despite Fred’s love for the place. (I’m betting even he will tire of it at some point and move back to El Norte)

    And pretty much any city in these united states.

    “apple doesn’t fall far from the tree does it?”

    They’re all nasty criminal scumbags and they all tend to hang together and the Bush crime family is no different, going a long way back, too. It’s just that these contemporary parasites and thieves and perverts hit the various nooz media and innernet now and we all see and hear it much more quickly in those cycles.

    I’d gladly stand the lot of them against a firing squad wall and apply the coop de grass when done.

  28. outside his $10 million Manhattan apartment

    lol! I guess he will be feeding directly from the BJ Klinton Foundation cash trough from now on. Who would hire or trust this guy now other than the cretins who groomed him? I wonder how much *he* put into Greece? What a joke. He probably made millions. I’m sure Chelsea is already planning a run for Senator from New York. After some juicy post from Cankles, let’s say, Secretary of State. The youngest ever.

  29. It’s just a long series of criminal gangster bag jobs. By our political “leadership” class, behind whom sit the ruling junta. Welcome to Brazil el Norte. With nukes and innernet and Krispy Kremes and the Kardashians. Bitch too much or say unpleasant truths in public (or in “private” for that matter) and lose your bank accounts, house, cars, jobs, and go to jail. Or get shot, for “putting in fear” the arriving “officers.”

    Someone is probably compiling lists of names, places, residences, plate numbers, sites frequented, emails, phone calls, etc., just like they do with us. And the day will come when many of them will be swinging from lamp posts. Apparently they’re doing their damndest to replicate the French Revolution circa 2020 or so, or maybe the one in Romania not that long ago. When Mr. and Mrs. C. were taken out to the courtyard and MACHINE-GUNNED. Mrs. C. shouting threats and obscenities to the end, Devil take her.

  30. Some they try to deport but the originating country refuses.

    This, I don’t get. Just transport them to the country and unload. Realistically, what’s going to happen?

  31. which had TWO switches on that box

    Let me guess, they were opposite each other. That is not good. You should have the stove on a single two pole breaker. The stove is 220V and being able to only disconnect one leg is a major code violation and also a significant safety issue. A two pole breaker will pull power from both legs of your power thus giving you the 220V potential between both legs of your service and the ability to disconnect both. If one leg draws too much current then both sides of the power will trip which is how it should work.

  32. RE: Time zones:

    We have an LED display sign with software that just sucks. Initially, it had no way of setting the time zone, so we set the time to local time & left it. When the power went out & the sign rebooted, it reverted to its prior time (an hour off).

    I screamed and the vendor sent an updated utility to manage the sign, which let me set the time to UTC-5, but all it listed was UTC times.

    When DST kicked in, I went in, expecting to switch it to UTC-4 (or 6, I can’t think right now) and found they had added a block of friendly time zones, including US-NYC, which observes DST. I haven’t had to fix it since.

    Sheesh.

  33. @brad, think about the logistics of deportation.

    Suppose it’s not Canadia or Mejico and you have to fly in. Leaving aside the cost of airtravel for thousands, how do you get them on the plane? A dozen guards carrying each prisoner while fully restrained?

    How do you get them OFF the plane? Even if the country will accept them, again you are carrying fully restrained violently resisting people.

    Then what? If the country doesn’t want them what do you do?

    Chuck them out the door on the tarmac? push them thru the door into a jetway? That might be good for one flight, but what do you do on the next flight when you are denied access to the airport? Do you use military transport planes, with fighter escort, make a hostile landing and bulldoze the prisoners off the back?

    How many thousands of flights are needed?

    We’re still getting 10’s of thousands across the border into TX even if it’s not making the news anymore.

    You have similar problems trucking them or busing them to Mexico. Do you snug the bus door up against the border and push them out from behind riot shields?

    Seriously, the only way to get rid of them is to make the ordinary ones “self deport” and to pressure the countries involved to accept the ‘actively deported’ criminal scum. And WHY would any country want thousands of known criminals BACK? I’d be saying “tough sh!t, we got rid of them, and it’s your problem now.”

    nick

    BTW, I’m all for dumping them out of airplanes, but access to the airspace is problematic without cooperation, and the costs are still VERY high.

    Bonus points “with God as my witness, I thought turkeys could fly!”

  34. Good old Les Nessman.

    I’d go with the air drop, too. You can fit a lot of them on a C5A if you pack them tightly. Then just open the back ramp and push them out with a bulldozer. Assuming a illegal immigrant payload of 150,000 pounds, you could get maybe 1,000 on each flight.

    And you’d only have to do it once. The rest of them would leave skid marks self-deporting.

  35. Oh, wait. There was probably a micro-aggression in there somewhere.

  36. How do you get them OFF the plane?

    Strap them to pallets, open the tail doors, shove.

  37. “Let me guess, they were opposite each other.”

    Nope, they were together on the left side of the panel. We really need to get an electrician in here for that panel, possible upgrade to the house, outlets in the FLOOR in the living room, a hinky outlet in the spare bedroom, half the outlets being dead in the studio/shed, and installing a couple of multiple outlets in the attic work space. We’re finding out all the chit that never got done by previous owners.

    As regards the MILLIONS and maybe TENS of millions of people who’ve swarmed into this country over the past decades? It’s a done deal, folks. Kicking them out is NEVER gonna happen; as Mr. nick has illustrated above, it’s physically impossible, short of the draconian methods suggested here, which ain’t never gonna happen, either, no matter the supposed bellicosity of Mr. Trump. And putting up a wall on the southern border is like unto locking the barn door after the hosses got out. BFD.

    We’re stuck with this now, as is Europe and the UK. Note also that the Mohammedan countries actually WOULD have used draconian methods to keep them out, as more than one of them has demonstrated previously.

    Maybe not in OUR remaining lifetimes, but those of our children and grandchildren, the Murkan Southwest will de facto become Nuevo Aztlan and the Mohammedans will have large areas of cities and towns as mini-Caliphates and sharia, with mosques dotting the urban and suburban landscapes.

    THIS is what our political “leaders” wanted for us, make no mistake. And it wasn’t all on Obola; it goes back to the mid-1960s, so it’s been a half-century of simple TREASON. Which none dare call it, of course. But that’s what it is.

  38. Add my vote to air dropping the deportees.

    Like was mentioned above, ensure some good YouBoob videos and the “self” deportees will be running for the border like lemmings.

    The American Ignoramuses need to be awakened to the illegal immigrant polices of essentially ALL other countries. I hear that Canada puts them on a plane on sends them home (fairly nice treatment). Mexico throws them in their slimy jails for awhile to give the inmates some fresh meat and those that survive may get “home”.

    Essentially in all other countries you have to know the language, come with money in your pocket, have a job promised, and usually a sponsor who is held responsible for you.

    BTW, it would help if the first C5A carried a select group of the Oligarchy to soften the drop of the illegals, it’s the least they could do.

  39. Nope, they were together on the left side of the panel

    Well at least they have the correct legs on the input. Still needs to be a ganged breaker. You are not supposed to be able to only trip one leg.

    Fixing that problem is easy. Get a two pole breaker, usually a 40 ampere, kill the main breaker at the top, remove the red and black wire from each breaker, remove the breakers, install the new breaker, reattach the red and black wires. Also confirm you have a white neutral and a ground attached to the neutral buss bar in the box.

  40. I’ll take a crack at that but will probably just wait for the electrician (or someone like him) to come in and do the whole enchilada for us here in one fell swoop.

    I am not kidding when I mention the five-page To-Do List for this house, single-spaced. Most of it is chit that shoulda got done by previous owners, really basic stuff, too. So we have priorities; this week the top one became getting bigger windows for Mrs. OFD in her studio, I kid you not. It was down a couple of pages in my list, of course. But on the other hand, she works her butt off all over the country keeping this place afloat, and it helps to calm her down and relieve the stress, and she hopes to make some money with it. So there’s that. Same with the hoss. So I can’t really kick too much.

    But right now my main priorities are the outside porch and yard stuff, weeks behind my previous joke of a schedule, and getting the outside doors secured properly. Next up, the electricity and some kinda dual-fuel gen for the well pump. And of course stocking up on the prep supplies.

  41. Nah, you don’t need a generator for the well pump. You’ve got a horse, so all you need is a horse-powered mechanical pump to get water. Make problems solve each other, that’s my motto!

  42. The only feasible answer to crimmigrants is to cut off welfare bennies. That could be accomplished by dropping a nuke on Mordor. Our Lords and Commanders want all those crimmigrants to vote, vote vote to keep power in the hands of Mordor. The FSA will rule us all.

  43. “You’ve got a horse…”

    The hoss lives on a big farm 18 miles northwest of here, on the Quebec border. We’d have to transport him back and forth and I doubt he’d make it down and back up the cellar stairs, which I can barely manage myself. Good thought, though. Maybe the dog. Or all three cats.

    “The only feasible answer…”

    Wow, so many micro-aggressions there! I am counting at LEAST a DOZEN! New record for a short para here. Congrats, hater!

    “Maybe the wife.”

    Excellent! She’ll be thrilled! Can I have a number to reach you at and an address?

  44. Excellent! She’ll be thrilled! Can I have a number to reach you at and an address?

    The verbal abuse alone would not be worth it.

  45. Just pretend your hearing’s going/gone like I do. And anyway, she can’t dish it out like I can. (I have decades of all-male roughhouse environment language to fall back on, as is probably evident from my years on this board.) (combined with graduate-level study in English, with a fine appreciation for the wits, cards and reprobates of it over the centuries)

  46. OFD wrote:

    “Just back from vets combat group session; some good info and resources discussed and one very disturbing anecdote regarding a recurring nightmare. A guy was a heavy equipment operator over in SEA during the war and was bulldozing the tree line back a ways when he hit a big huge nest of vipers. It began raining vipers on him and his machine and he was still having a nightmare about that 45 years later. They worked with him on using some kinda image replacement technique where he wrote it up and then took out the disturbing elements and switched them for pleasant chit, like plowing snow and snow was falling instead of snakes. And it worked for him.”

    I psychologist I knew in the early Nineties told a similar story. A refugee woman had nightmares about something she did as a child: She and her family were hiding from soldiers and she cried out. As a result they were found and her mother and sisters raped and killed. She blamed herself for this, and eventually sought counselling. The psychologist said he was able to replace the memory, so that she witnessed the place where her family were hiding being hit by a bomb. Then she no longer blamed herself.

  47. OFD wrote:

    “I’d gladly stand the lot of them against a firing squad wall and apply the coop de grass when done.”

    Except for Chelsea. She’s kinda cute.

  48. DadCooks wrote:

    “Add my vote to air dropping the deportees.”

    What’s wrong with barges? Take ’em outside the three mile limit and flip: sharks gotta eat too.

  49. Except for Chelsea. She’s kinda cute.

    Jesus Christ, what is wrong with you?

  50. “Then we would have their detritus washing up on our shores.”

    The NORKs used to cut off the feet of their citizen-slaves who tried to escape that shit-hole; I wonder if they still do it.

    “Jesus Christ, what is wrong with you?”

    He’s GOTTA be kidding.

  51. Chelsea was unfortunate enough to get her mother’s looks AND brains. Or lack thereof, in both cases.

  52. And her dad’s (Web Hubbell’s) looks, bigtime. The late Vince Foster was also one of her mom’s “lovers” way back in the day, a competitor of Hubbell’s. Another thing Chelsea has inherited from her mom is the absolute nastiness and contempt for other people.

  53. He’s GOTTA be kidding.

    It would be nice to think so, but I’m afraid Miles_Teg boinked one too many sheep, got syphilis, and it went into his brain.

    Same thing that got Nietzsche, though so far as I know Nietzsche got his from a human. Fun fact: that oft-quoted line “That which does not kill me, makes me stronger”, beloved of stupid people everywhere, was penned while Nietzsche’s brain was being rotted by syphilis … which eventually killed him.

    Web Hubbell’s

    Aw, you beat me to it.

  54. “…penned while Nietzsche’s brain was being rotted by syphilis … which eventually killed him.”

    Some of us wonder if that or something like it might be doing in Larry Klinton these days; word has it that he’s still been making those pedophile flights with his rich pedophile pals, and how many of those underage kids have been hooking and carrying all sorts of STDs?

    “Aw, you beat me to it.”

    Plain enough for anyone to see, although she’s had significant facial surgery as a teenager and adult.

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