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15 days ago
Nolondil
Quote Voters are smart enough to draw their own conclusions that something ain't quite right with some of the voting systems. So what? If 'they' control the voting system, how can 'they' -- or their servants -- be voted out?
Forum: Global Village
21 days ago
Nolondil
We know there were many slaves in Ancient Rome. It has been estimated that about 10 percent of the population at any given time were slaves. But they aren't given much attention when they aren't engaged in rebellion. The Servile Wars get plenty of ink in Roman history, but not the everyday lives of non-rebellious slaves. Now a very important find has been made in Pompeii. An intact area of slave
Forum: History
23 days ago
Nolondil
I wish I knew how to get those images of the tweet for embedding. I can only link to it.
Forum: Global Village
24 days ago
Nolondil
And it's about time! Note that this only involves his refusal to provide information about an investigation into a past incident. His ongoing public incitement to further insurrection is not yet in the sights of the court system. Hopefully someone at the Justice Department is listening to his speeches and podcasts, and taking notes. There is most likely plenty there to convict him on yet more cha
Forum: Global Village
24 days ago
Nolondil
Remember what is really going on here. They are not fighting about 'releasing' (to the public) these records. They are fighting about whether Congress has the power to request these records in order to investigate the Executive branch. Oversight of the Executive branch is a Constitutional power (and duty) of Congress. Whether the records acquired will be eventually available to the public will de
Forum: Global Village
27 days ago
Nolondil
And his buddy Steve Bannon is right out there with the rest of them, publicly campaigning to undermine democracy: Quote Steve Bannon Out in the Open ... On September 22, the day before the committee issued its subpoena, Bannon more or less confirmed his involvement with January 6th. He has continued to push the idea that the Biden administration is illegitimate—“We told you from the
Forum: Global Village
29 days ago
Nolondil
Without knowing the actual content of the currently sealed indictment, it's difficult to comment. The Q-koo crowd needs to learn about soup and oysters... Quote Evidently, the issue of too much soup from one oyster—or more to the point, not enough oyster for the amount of soup served—has been a focus of criticism by disgruntled diners for more than a century—so much so that the complaint
Forum: Global Village
4 weeks ago
Nolondil
Yeah, the quiet attempts to extort and blackmail aren't working. Quote GOP candidate claims Michael Flynn hoped to blackmail U.S. officials into pro-Trump "audits" A Republican Senate candidate alleged over the weekend that Michael Flynn, the retired general and former national security adviser, has sought damaging information on elected officials in a number of states, wit
Forum: Global Village
5 weeks ago
Nolondil
The insurrection didn't end on January 6th, it continues to the present moment. The insurrectionists are still promoting their evidence-free claims of a stolen election and helping to drive a complete subversion of the electoral process in many states of this country. Oddly, while the attempt to either throw out the previous election or steal the next one continues on the far right, the general p
Forum: Gunpowder, Treason & Plot
5 weeks ago
Nolondil
How about a food channel that matches well with the historical content here? Tasting History
Forum: Misc.
8 weeks ago
Nolondil
Well, I could ask why do you think opinion on everything falls into neat ideological camps. But that's the political disease of our times, so I guess you're just following the popular trends. Meanwhile, polling of actual people shows a much more mixed reaction to this badly crafted law: Quote The poll, conducted by NPR, PBS NewsHour, and Marist Institute for Public Opinion, shows where A
Forum: Global Village
8 weeks ago
Nolondil
Quote I fail to understand how Trumpers have convinced themselves that Biden has dementia and is feeble minded, as well as being a greedy, ruthless dictator. The same way they convinced themselves that Hilary was nearly dying of major concealed health problems and also terrorizing her campaign staff with her terrible temper tantrums? They are just rationalizing hate. True rationality checke
Forum: Global Village
8 weeks ago
Nolondil
Quote I’m not dialed into this policy discussion at all. But I can see the Texas heartbeat bill going a long way to tanking the GOP. And they know that... there has been a wave of fear among Republican politicians, even in Texas, because of this bill going into effect. They thought they could grandstand and make their extremist wing happy while not worrying about anything actually being imple
Forum: Global Village
2 months ago
Nolondil
New? They updated it? Why? Was the old one not as effective as it used to be? Or is this another 'new technology' thing?
Forum: Global Village
2 months ago
Nolondil
Quote What's up with south east Oregon? Despite the epithet "The Left Coast", the states on the western end of the contiguous US are not pure lefty liberals. There are some serious concentrations of the same type of people you see in the south or the mountain states. It's the cities close to the coasts that overwhelm the interior populations with different political loyalties. Northe
Forum: Global Village
2 months ago
Nolondil
Quote Yes, I see exactly where it’s leading. Durham is trying to figure out how to get out of this without legions of Trumper cultists sending his entire family death threats.
Forum: Global Village
2 months ago
Nolondil
Alex Jones loses another lawsuit. Importantly, "by default", meaning he did not (and really could not) provide the information requested by the court to actually make the case for his claims. His claims were absurd and all but impossible. Maybe this sort of result will reach the rest of the conspiracy industry and reduce the spewing of wild unsupportable stories in hopes of collecting a
Forum: Gunpowder, Treason & Plot
2 months ago
Nolondil
So far I haven't seen any signs of the shortage causing the sort of problems in continental Europe that it has in the UK. Are there lines and panic buying of gas in Germany? Yet they 'also' have a truck driver shortage? And this is just one more facet on ongoing problems, all of which are being exacerbated by the new economic isolation. E.g. A fire at a power station in France has disabled a majo
Forum: Global Village
2 months ago
Nolondil
Quote I think it is good to apply critical thinking to any theory, conspiracy or otherwise. The term conspiracy theory has become a current pop culture catchphrase and so overused but was originally intended as a way to ridicule and dismiss critics of the Warren Commission after the Garrison fiasco in New Orleans. I wish they would use a better term to describe what the Trumper crowd and and Q
Forum: Gunpowder, Treason & Plot
2 months ago
Nolondil
The latest wrinkle in a an ongoing series of shortages in the UK is the shortage of plain old gasoline (petrol in UK speak) due to a shortage of truck drivers and panic buying by many UK residents. Quote Lines at U.K. gas stations as Brexit, Covid-19 and global price hikes bite The British government said on Friday it may draft in the army to help deliver gas after shortages caused by a
Forum: Global Village
2 months ago
Nolondil
The Democratic party is rather like the Republican party in that it is not known for having good sense. They just have a different style of stupidity. I know what ought to happen, but I can't guess what really will happen.
Forum: Global Village
2 months ago
Nolondil
The holes in the top of their heads are what they breathe through, just like the nostrils in a land animal's nose. It's just the location that is different. The function is the same. Even whales with a single blow hole still have a septum (the dividing cartilage between right and left), even though both 'nostrils' operate through the same hole.
Forum: Science & Space
2 months ago
Nolondil
Quote But if they don't hurry up and eliminate the possibility that it was something natural and earthly, I'll be dead before that is known - and that will be extremely annoying!! You'll be dead and annoyed?
Forum: Gunpowder, Treason & Plot
2 months ago
Nolondil
The Republicans are only getting worse as time goes on. I think they really are cynical enough to allow the country to default if it damages the Democrats. So the party with the narrow margin of control had better do what is necessary to extend the debt limit and prevent a default. The 'extra' infrastructure that the Democrats want to pass is not what was traditionally called infrastructure. I
Forum: Global Village
2 months ago
Nolondil
Quote 63 lost lawsuits. what type of brain doesn't see that as lost. what type of brain thinks it was a conspiracy. what type of brain thinks its going to turn around. A delusional, malfunctioning brain. I've seen Il Dufus loyalists claiming his lawsuits were dismissed for 'lack of standing' instead of lack of evidence. How could the actual candidate not have standing to file suit? But when T
Forum: Global Village
2 months ago
Nolondil
Yes, the crypto-currency fad is that crazy. A hamster hooked up to a computer that reads his running wheel as a selection of which currency to buy or sell is making money. Quote Meet Mr. Goxx, a hamster who works out of what is possibly the most high-tech hamster cage in existence. It's designed so that when Mr. Goxx runs on the hamster wheel, he can select among dozens of cryptocurre
Forum: Misc.
2 months ago
Nolondil
Wheeler Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > lets have a free and fair vote on whether you are > nuts or not. Definitely delusional: Quote A delusion is a fixed belief that is not amenable to change in light of conflicting evidence. As a pathology, it is distinct from a belief based on false or incomplete information, confabulation, dogma, illusion, or som
Forum: Global Village
2 months ago
Nolondil
Well, that's one experience. Plenty of people with various shades of brown, black, or blonde hair also have natural curliness. Plenty of women with red hair might deliberately curl their otherwise straight hair to look more 'girly' and less threatening. Remember, redheads are believed to have nasty tempers. :) As the saying goes "The plural of anecdote is not data". Without some sort of
Forum: Science & Space
2 months ago
Nolondil
Gosh, if that gets into the news too much people might realize there is post-election manipulation going on. And that's why the next rodeo clown has ridden out into the arena. There must be distraction! And there must be excuses for Il Dufus dupes to continue to believe that he won. Quote County officials in Texas say they are in the dark following 'audit' announcement A day after a p
Forum: Global Village
2 months ago
Nolondil
Yes, there are other traits that are associated with red hair. Left-handedness is much more common in redheads, for example. I'm not sure if the curly hair thing is documented to be genetic, since it requires knowing if they deliberately curl their hair, but it does seem to be common with redheads. It might be a style choice that is influenced by culture. There are medical things, too, like incre
Forum: Science & Space
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