7. A lot to be said for home schooling

6. Eaton Rapids Joe


As you may already know, they make terrible employees [the easily triggered]. The kindest thing that can be said about them is that they squander resources pursuing some kind of utopia they cannot articulate a priori and other workers walk on eggshells around them.

Less kindly, they seem to have a huge need for attention and “self actualization”. They insist on running the show and jerking everybody around according to their second-by-second emotional-state.

5. She really good become President

It’s been shown how – last minute switcheroo, Biden mysteriously dies like a Maxwell Epstein, all sorts of scenarios – if it wasn’t her, it would be the illumined Gabbard, also prepared for the moment:

4. A good start, N.O. believes


3. Born in changes, childhood in poverty

2. Bunging taxpayer wodges to the right people


1. Nice one to start the day

[H/T Chuckles and haiku as applicable]

8 comments for “Tuesday

  1. dearieme
    July 7, 2020 at 16:04

    Good God, man, Gabbard was by miles the best Dem candidate: infinitely superior to Biden or Boynie, Bloomberg or The Law Squaw, Kamala Harlot or Mayor Pete.

    • July 7, 2020 at 16:09

      She’s one of Them, you’ve been hoodwinked. Showed why on the site.

      • dearieme
        July 7, 2020 at 16:16

        But Them tried Their best to cripple her campaign.

        • July 7, 2020 at 17:05

          DM, we’ve been through that. Yes, most decidedly, as she was too bright. She showed Them colours to rise but then started showing Kennedy colours, in it for herself, attacked sacred cows.

          In terms of the current agenda, she was trouble. Harris is far more malleable, a real thicko.

          BRM was ruminating too but methinks you hit it with Gabbard, plus the preferred is Harris, they want a female Pres.


  2. dearieme
    July 7, 2020 at 16:11

    #4: if a university is effectively insolvent introduce a temporary arrangement to let the current inventory of students complete their courses there or elsewhere but then close them. After that see how many more should be closed or, more accurately, should have state funding withdrawn. If they can flourish on their own, so be it.

    The US has such a huge number of unis/colleges that it’s no great shock if one folds from time to time. We’ll have to learn to accept this too. Gale of creative destruction and all that.

  3. Penseivat
    July 7, 2020 at 16:56

    2. Perhaps, if all these multi millionaire luvvies, who insist the theatre is so important, were told that the Government would match their contributions to the theatre industry, it could save the taxpayer a bob or two. That is, of course, if the luvvies are willing to stick their hands in their own pockets to help keep their industry alive.
    4. Perhaps this is a good opportunity for the failing universities to revert back to being polytechnics.

    • July 7, 2020 at 17:06

      On both points – agreed.

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