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Oct 28 2020

I give up.

Not who you think. Trump Is Giving Up By Ross Douthat, The New York Times Oct. 20, 2020 Trump has really acted like a Black Sox ballplayer trying to throw the World Series. There are two major issues for voters in this election: the pandemic and the economy. Trump’s numbers on handling the virus are …

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Oct 25 2020

No Sports?

Trials Motorcycle Hours ago (at least when posted).

Oct 22 2020

Cartnoon

Halloween is scarier than usual.

Oct 21 2020

The Only Thing I Liked About Game 1

And I didn’t like it that much. Joe Scarborough says, “This is the type of ad Republicans used to make.” And that’s exactly the problem. Getting rid of Republicans and Republicanism (the whole Party is a Racketeer Influenced Corrupt Organizat under the relevant Statutes) is necessary but not sufficient.

Oct 20 2020

Cartnoon

Don’t make promises you won’t keep. Who would have him anyway? Remember it has to be a Country with no extradition.

Oct 19 2020

Cartnoon

What people don’t remember about the Peloponnesian War because “Democracy”, Athenians were corrupt, aggressive, and treated their vassals and allies badly. They caused the Persian War and had to beg Sparta to bail them out. At the outset of the Peloponnesian War they were engaged in a program of overseas expansion, plundering neighboring City/States to …

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Oct 18 2020

No Sports?

Waterski Jumping 2019 This video has been edited. To include a puff piece for Malaysian Tourism? Good luck with that, your U.S. Passport is no good anymore (though November 7th you can fly to Dutch Curacao and from there anywhere).

Oct 16 2020

Cartnoon

Worst Person In the World

Oct 15 2020

Cartnoon

A Map and a minimal level of navigation skill are about the most important things you can have in the bush outside of a Knife. A Knife will get you Fire and shortly after, Water (well, unless you’re stuck in the Desert and why would you go there anyway?). A Map will tell you where …

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Oct 14 2020

Cartnoon

Michael Moore knows a lot more than I about Michigan. Not that I don’t know stuff, Autorama, Blueberry Hill, Huckleberry Railroad. Among places I plan to see again (at a safe social distance, the insanity is contagious) is Greenfield Village (sacrilegious in my family, Buick through and through), Painted Rocks, tea on the porch of …

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