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  1. about 8 hours ago on Jeff Stahler

    New term for GOP: Gun-groomers.

  2. about 8 hours ago on Jeff Stahler

    Not good enough. How about arming bank tellers, postmen, cashiers at supermarkets, ushers in places of worship, janitors in office buildings and servers at McDonalds? Can’t be TOO safe. We’ve had shootings in all these places that could have been prevented if more people were packing.

  3. about 8 hours ago on Jeff Stahler

    But don’t get her the help she needs. That would be woke!

  4. about 8 hours ago on Jeff Stahler

    Good man with a gun shoots other good man with a gun in self-defense. “He had a weapon. I found myself threatened. I stood my ground.” Sounds OK to me.

    When rock music goes bad – it’s more cowbells.

    When gun violence goes bad, it’s more guns – GOP.

  5. about 8 hours ago on Jeff Stahler

    Woke is what you shout when you don’t want to admit your stand on women’s rights, racism, anti-Semitism, voting rights, gun violence, LGBTQ or any important topic. Let’s concentrate on the real threats to society: M&Ms, Legos, Mr. Potato Head, Dr. Seuss and men in dresses.

  6. about 8 hours ago on Jeff Stahler

    Republicans: protecting children from the dangers of drag queens, LGBTQ and woke things while protecting gun rights for everybody.

  7. about 8 hours ago on B.C.

    One of the joys of pet ownership is poo patrol. Whether you do it on the spot as you walk the animal or collect it from the yard: business is picking up.

    I also feed my dog.

    I know what goes in one end and comes out the other. It is enough to sustain one dog.

    But then there is the fur. If you add the mass of fur shed to the intake of food and the output of poo, then there is a deficit. Over the course of a week, there is enough fur to make a dog and a half. The dog has to be acquiring this excess mass from somewhere else.

    My conclusion is that my dog is capable of photosynthesis.

  8. about 9 hours ago on Aunty Acid

    I do have to admit, having a beard and a mustache is one price to pay for being a boy. You just can’t wipe your face after a meal, you have to wash it. (Reason number 76 why I am not glad I’m a boy?)

    I have an “accidental” beard. A couple of decades ago, I had to have a tendon reattached on my elbow as a result of some overzealous “aerobic gardening” (AKA digging a hole in red clay concrete). My right arm was in a sling for about 6 weeks.

    Among the many things I learned how to do left handed was NOT how to shave. I grew a beard and my wife liked it. I don’t care either way, so I kept it. It’s relatively low-maintenance: I shave twice a week and I trim it once a week.

    The reason the beard is where the beard is, is because that’s where the hair grows fastest and thickest. The reason the beard isn’t where the beard isn’t is because that where hair grows slowly and sparsely. Shaving such a small patch twice a week means a disposable razor lasts about a month. A 12-pack is a year’s supply. I understand razor costs are a thing for some men.

  9. about 12 hours ago on Strange Brew

    My jury is still out on meatless meat. I wonder what they have to do to make it look like, feel like and taste like meat.

    I am sure the FDA has looked into this matter, but the stuff hasn’t been around long enough to know what the long-term effects will be. At my age, I don’t know why I am concerned with the long-term effects of anything.

    Just because it is a vegetable, doesn’t mean it’s automatically healthy. I wonder what its nutritional content is: good and bad.

    If it does pass the safety test then I want to know about the ecological test.

    It takes a lot less energy to put a calorie of fruit or vegetable on the plate than it does a calorie of meat. Obviously, there is some sort of industrial process that must take place to make non-meat, meat-like. Do we negate the energy savings of not passing the vegetable through a cow or pig by burning fossil fuels to run the plant?

    I just don’t know so, before I pass judgement, I have to learn more.

  10. about 12 hours ago on Jeff Stahler

    Andy Ogles who is the Republican Representative for the district in which the shooting occurred has an “A” rating from the Gun Owners of America Association. He’s indorsed by the NRA and has a 92% rating with them. He also has one of those heart-warming Christmas Cards with his gun-toting family.

    His top funders are: Real Estate, Securities & Investment, Leadership PACs, Republican/Conservative, Oil & Gas, Retail Sales, General Contractors, Pharmaceuticals/Health Products, and Lawyers/Law Firms.

    His office offered their “thoughts and prayers.”