Leaps From The Past

Posted in Library of Congress, Weekly Notes by chamblee54 on December 30, 2019

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the people who are using these buzzwords you know white supremacy etc almost always in my experience if they’re speaking that lingo the reasoning power is relatively low and yet in modern society educated people are trained to just roll over and pretend that that kind of stuff makes sense ~ @chamblee54 The word “Gabbard” appears three times in a 1163 word article. This article is the barely coherent ravings of .@jonathanchait about heaven only knows what. @TulsiGabbard has become the poster girl for the inconvenient opposition that must be silenced. ~ @chamblee54 @GlennLoury @PeterMoskos “I would put immigration into that a million New Yorker has moved a million foreign-born people moved into New York in the 1990s it’s about one-third foreign-born now immigrants have lower levels of violence that undoubtedly contributed to to the violence reduction” ~ Reality is created by the mind, we can change our reality by changing our mind. Plato ~ You frequently hear about someone being credible. What about being debible? ~ @TylerMahanCoe One time (when I was like 8 years old) my father’s manager wanted us to bring him some diamondback rattlesnakes from Arizona or NM (or wherever we were). Went to a snake farm. Guy used that forked rod thing to put two rattlers in a 10 gallon bucket, air holes in the lid, etc. – And then that bucket got put in the bunk under mine on the bus. I don’t know if you’ve ever tried sleeping with two rattlesnakes 3 feet away, doing the entire “we’d really love to kill someone” thing after every bump in the road between the desert and Louisiana? Super chill. ~ this picture is photoshopped here is the original ~ “This Is Not a Novel To Be Tossed Aside Lightly. It Should Be Thrown with Great Force” While Dorothy Parker gets the credit for this gem, it was created by Sid Ziff ~ You’re not a soldier anymore You’re a General ~ pictures today are from The Library of Congress. ~ selah

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