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@jcocktosten posted:

Agree with this entirely and we were there also for much of his time as Mayor albeit pre-9-11.

He did a lot to clean up the City but much of it was also based upon extremely racist policing and policies.  His popularity was in the toilet before 9-11 - I recall the NY marathon one year, probably 1999 - I think it was right before we moved - where he was relentlessly booed by the crowd - including Stef - as they went up 1st Avenue

He once yelled at my friend for jaywalking.  Also, he was a lousy mayor, generally, who was told to put command and control underground in Brooklyn but insisted to have it in the WTC.

This post election litigation is an utter waste of taxpayer resources.  If I lived in a state where the atty general was spending time and money on a frivolous case to undermine democracy, I'd consider filing a motion to intervene or a separate lawsuit to enjoin the AG from wasting my tax money.

What I find amazing about the cases is that, to date, while the judges have dismissed the cases rapidly and without hesitation, and been critical of those who have brought the cases, not one judge has sanctioned those who bring these frivolous cases or their attorneys under the powers of Federal Rule 11 or the state rules that are similar.

@irwin posted:

This post election litigation is an utter waste of taxpayer resources.  If I lived in a state where the atty general was spending time and money on a frivolous case to undermine democracy, I'd consider filing a motion to intervene or a separate lawsuit to enjoin the AG from wasting my tax money.

What I find amazing about the cases is that, to date, while the judges have dismissed the cases rapidly and without hesitation, and been critical of those who have brought the cases, not one judge has sanctioned those who bring these frivolous cases or their attorneys under the powers of Federal Rule 11 or the state rules that are similar.

I've wondered about that, too.  I've always thought that if I were elected to the bench, I probably wouldn't last very long. Sanctions would be falling like rain.

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@The Old Man posted:

"Supreme Court Rejects Texas Suit Seeking to Subvert Election."

If I believed in God I'd say, God bless America. But it still ain't over folks.

It is and has been over.

The grifter and conman has known for weeks it is over. He has already started construction in Florida for his next residence. That said, he will continue to steal 75% of every dollar from the fools sending him money to continue ‘ the fight.’

The orange pile of dung isn’t going to stop the con, period. I wonder how much money Napa has sent post election? 🤣😂😂😅

@wine+art posted:

Let the vaccinations begin!

I find it interesting that Pfizer-BioNTech were not part of the Warp Speed funding by their choice. I saw the Pfizer CEO say he felt the need to liberate their scientist from any bureaucracy and having to answer political questions. Wise!

well more properly.

OWS would mean the rights to the vaccine gets owned by the US govt, and pfizer would have preferred to have a say in how they sucker the rest of the world into paying for it, they're not that altruistic !

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@csm posted:

In the best example ever of what have you done for me lately, San Francisco to remove Lincoln's (yes, that Lincoln) name from elementary school because he never proved black lives matter to him:

https://nypost.com/2020/12/16/...lincoln-high-school/

I'm just at a loss.

If you read the story you will see that a committee of the San Francisco school board has recommended that a number of school names be reconsidered, but no decision has been made.

The very first line of the story says: "San Francisco may remove Abraham Lincoln’s name from a high school.”

So your comment that they WILL do it is incorrect.

Always a good idea to read the stuff you share before sharing it.  And now you no longer need to be at a loss!

@bman posted:

If you read the story you will see that a committee of the San Francisco school board has recommended that a number of school names be reconsidered, but no decision has been made.

The very first line of the story says: "San Francisco may remove Abraham Lincoln’s name from a high school.”

So your comment that they WILL do it is incorrect.

Always a good idea to read the stuff you share before sharing it.  And now you no longer need to be at a loss!

If you're going to stir the pot you should always check your ingredients first.

@bman posted:

If you read the story you will see that a committee of the San Francisco school board has recommended that a number of school names be reconsidered, but no decision has been made.

The very first line of the story says: "San Francisco may remove Abraham Lincoln’s name from a high school.”

So your comment that they WILL do it is incorrect.

Always a good idea to read the stuff you share before sharing it.  And now you no longer need to be at a loss!

I read the damn article. I never used the word WILL in all caps or otherwise. Perhaps you could read too. And even though they are saying it’s because he never proved Black Lives Matters it seems to be more his administration’s treatment of indigenous people rather than blacks so it’s a weird recommendation to say the least.

At any rate though do you honestly think that even making the recommendation makes any sense?  Any at all? Seriously I’m asking. I remain at a loss as to how anyone could think that makes sense. Even you or TOM.

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@csm posted:

I read the damn article. I never used the word WILL in all caps or otherwise. Perhaps you could read too. And even though they are saying it’s because he never proved Black Lives Matters it seems to be more his administration’s treatment of indigenous people rather than blacks so it’s a weird recommendation to say the least.

At any rate though do you honestly think that even making the recommendation makes any sense?  Any at all? Seriously I’m asking. I remain at a loss as to how anyone could think that makes sense. Even you or TOM.

Your post said "San Francisco to remove Lincoln's name from elementary school". How is that different from saying that span Francisco will remove his name?

Also, I never said it makes sense. Of course it doesn't. But I doubt it will happen. Even if your post said otherwise!  ;-).

@csm posted:

At any rate though do you honestly think that even making the recommendation makes any sense?  Any at all? Seriously I’m asking. I remain at a loss as to how anyone could think that makes sense. Even you or TOM.

Strawman, neither of us said it did. But here's something you said that says a lot about you, "Biden is a piece of garbage. He’s just slightly less ripe than Trump. Who frankly cleaned Biden’s clock in the debate."

It's getting interesting down here in Palm Beach about whether soon-to-be former President Trump can move into Mar-a-Lago.  Lots of residents are pointing out that the use agreement for Mar-a-Lago restricts the property to a social club and states that no one is allowed to reside in the club for more than 21 days a year.  So if Donald and Melania come down in January and intend to live there for more than 21 days, we may have another fun legal show on the Island.

Record cases, record hospitalizations and record deaths and the orange pile of dung says nothing nor does he give a damn. Dreadful first time unemployment filings this past week and Dump says nothing nor does he push for any stimulus relief as he doesn’t give a damn. This POS is truly a sick f£€k. He is as absent as Napa.

As for the Russian hack into the pentagon, it is news to him. Putin will soon not have his useful idiot to rely on.


Meanwhile, the renovations continue for his new home next month in Florida and the town has already put him on notice he cannot live there more than 21 days in a year. I also saw the city attorney this morning saying the helipad would be removed on January 20th. 😎

@Rothko posted:

It's getting interesting down here in Palm Beach about whether soon-to-be former President Trump can move into Mar-a-Lago.  Lots of residents are pointing out that the use agreement for Mar-a-Lago restricts the property to a social club and states that no one is allowed to reside in the club for more than 21 days a year.  So if Donald and Melania come down in January and intend to live there for more than 21 days, we may have another fun legal show on the Island.

Indeed. I saw the attorney for Palm Beach on TV this morning. He has been directed to be prepared to enforce all policies Dump agreed to when the property was converted to a private club. He also said the helipad would be removed on January 20th and all provisions allowed for Secret Service personnel, vehicles et al wouldn’t be allowed after the 20th and permits will be pulled.

@The Old Man posted:

Little innocent me? I was just asking a question. Hate always deserves to be called out, like calling Biden "a piece of garbage." As long as you shovel shit like that I'll admit to not being done with you.

Get a life dude.  It was a legitimate question.  I wasn't feigning innocence.

I wouldn't think that anyone believes removing Lincoln's name from a school makes any sense, but the recommendation was made, so at least someone does.

And seriously what's hateful about it?  I really dislike the guy and don't think he's a good man.  He only looks good next in comparison to Trump, which isn't saying much.

That being said, it's only my opinion.  If you can look at him and his record and think he's something other than what I called him independent of standing next to Trump then more power to you.

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