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Yes, this is real.
Author: Raine    Date: 11/28/2018 13:59:22

There are times when I sit back and contemplate about the days we are currently in. I ask myself these questions:

'It can't be that bad, can it?'
'This isn't real, is it?'
Did he actually say this?


The answer seems to be, Yes.

Lately, I am wondering if what we know is just the tip of the iceberg. And, if it is, how long has this monstrosity been growing right alongside our state of consciousness? I admit there are days when I don't know if I want to know the answer to that question. It all seems overwhelming.

Truth is, I do want to know. Every day it appears more and more that this scandal is bigger and more grotesque than I could imagine.

Every day, I hope that sunlight finally shines and begins to disinfect this scourge of corruption that we have all been forced to witness on a personal level. I did not ask for this, you did not ask for this and yet we are forced to witness it, live through it and suffer from it.

Awareness is as much of a joy as it is a burden, sometimes, isn't it?

Yes.

and

Raine



 
 

13 comments (Latest Comment: 11/28/2018 21:09:50 by Scoopster)
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Comment by Scoopster on 11/28/2018 14:16:55
Mornin' all!
Another day on the farm...

Comment by BobR on 11/28/2018 14:52:47
I just hope that The Media calls him out on his lies (and Sanders's lies) in real time. They get away with it because it lays there unchallenged

Comment by wickedpam on 11/28/2018 14:57:24
Morning

Comment by Raine on 11/28/2018 15:05:39
Holy crap Dotus is retweeting some crazy shit today.

Comment by wickedpam on 11/28/2018 15:47:42
So can someone explain to me why Ecuador still lets Assange stay at the embassy? I thought they told him to leave?

Comment by Raine on 11/28/2018 15:56:35
Quote by wickedpam:
So can someone explain to me why Ecuador still lets Assange stay at the embassy? I thought they told him to leave?

At this point, I have no idea, Mala.

Comment by BobR on 11/28/2018 16:05:17
Quote by Raine:
Quote by wickedpam:
So can someone explain to me why Ecuador still lets Assange stay at the embassy? I thought they told him to leave?

At this point, I have no idea, Mala.

They are trying to make life uncomfortable for him so he'll leave on his own by - horror of horrors - not letting him have a cat, and no longer doing his laundry for him.

Comment by Raine on 11/28/2018 16:07:36
Comment by wickedpam on 11/28/2018 16:10:20
Quote by BobR:
Quote by Raine:
Quote by wickedpam:
So can someone explain to me why Ecuador still lets Assange stay at the embassy? I thought they told him to leave?

At this point, I have no idea, Mala.

They are trying to make life uncomfortable for him so he'll leave on his own by - horror of horrors - not letting him have a cat, and no longer doing his laundry for him.


Good lord, I've seen harsher tactics used on "kids" who moved back in with their parents.

Comment by Scoopster on 11/28/2018 17:53:35
Watching the Chess championship just makes all our problems seems so simple by comparison.

I may be a gamer, but there's no way I could think that many moves ahead like Carlsen & Caruana do.

Comment by BobR on 11/28/2018 18:33:15
Quote by Scoopster:
Watching the Chess championship just makes all our problems seems so simple by comparison.

I may be a gamer, but there's no way I could think that many moves ahead like Carlsen & Caruana do.

I remember watching the epic East -vs- West Bobby Fischer / Boris Spassky tournament, and writing down all of the moves to study later. I never did.

Comment by Scoopster on 11/28/2018 19:23:22
For a brief moment, the Washington Post had an article about Kavanaugh returning to coach girls basketball in the "Public Safety" section of their website.



Comment by Scoopster on 11/28/2018 21:09:50
HAHAHAAHAHAHA Corsi hired Larry Klayman to represent him against Mueller.. and then boned himself by posting their litigation strategy on Twitter (seriously, he can't claim attorney-client priv when he's literally posting stuff that he shouldn't in a public forum)