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Friday, September 24, 2021

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Louisiana State University Begins Disenrolling Students Not Compliant with COVID Regulations

As Fox 23 reports, seventy-eight students were told that they had been “resigned” from the school and would be refunded 50 percent of their fees. Louisiana State media relations director Ernie Ballard confirmed on Twitter that the students are “being contacted that they are being unenrolled from the university.”

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I'm shocked - shocked, I say

USA – -(AmmoLand.com)- In a paper published at Loyola University Chicago, describing the make-up of people convicted for firearms possession, few surprises are found. These are the major findings listed in the executive summary of the paper, published in July of 2021. From luc.edu:
-WiscoDave

Dat ass, though...

Two women were arrested last month after a botched Brazilian butt lift conducted inside a private Encino home led to the death of an aspiring social media star, police said. 

Karissa Rajpa was undergoing her third such procedure in October 2019, when she died from acute respiratory failure from dangerous silicone injections, the Los Angeles Police Department told KTLA Monday.

Warren Haynes

Warren Haynes on Skynyrd's "Tuesday's Gone" 11/8/20 Morris, CT 
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Warren Haynes "River's Gonna Rise" - Guitar Center's King of the Blues 2011
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Gov't Mule - "Gold Dust Woman" ft. Grace Potter - Mountain Jam VI - 6/4/10
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Oklahoma to ease overcrowding on Death Row

OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – Execution dates have been set for seven death row inmates, after Oklahoma put capitol punishment on pause for six years. 

The Department of Corrections said it will be using the same three-drug cocktail used before the executions were put on hold. So far, no word how the protocol will be different this time.

Like father like son

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – Metro police are searching for a 16-year-old boy wanted for the deadly shooting of a 50-year-old man. 

Metro police say Adrian Cameron II is wanted for shooting and killing 50-year-old Josh Evans, whose body was recovered from the Cumberland River on September 13. 

Cameron’s father, 47-year-old Adrian Lamont Cameron, was shot and killed by Metro SWAT officers Saturday night at the Days Inn on Percy Priest Drive.

Smarter In-Car Cameras Can Detect Every Dumb Thing You're Doing While Driving

Several automakers offer features where a camera inside a vehicle monitors the driver and sets off alerts when it detects them starting to fall asleep, but researchers at the Fraunhofer Institute have developed an even smarter in-car camera system that can figure out exactly what a driver is doing, potentially improving the safety of semi-autonomous driving features.
-Stormfax

WWII Marine Describes Hand to Hand Fighting on Iwo Jima

 This is an interview with WWII veteran Carl Berghofer who fought and was wounded on Iwo Jima. He talks about many close encounters with the enemy. Take the time to watch this powerful testimony and consider writing him a thank you for your service letter which you can address with the following:

Heroes of the Second World War

C/o Carl Berghofer 

1940 Fountain View Dr # 3142

Houston Texas 77057 

VIDEO HERE  (33 minutes)

VERITAS: COVID Whistleblower Exposes Federal Conspiracy to Suppress Adverse Reactions to Vaccines

A federal whistleblower has emerged to Project Veritas to expose a federal conspiracy that is suppressing adverse reactions to COVID-19 vaccines. 

Veritas founder James O’Keefe released videos provided by whistleblower Jodi O’Malley showing federal doctors and medical professionals admitting the vaccine’s lack of efficacy behind closed doors. 

 O’Malley is a registered nurse with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS). She came forward to Veritas to expose how the COVID vaccine is “not doing what it’s purpose was.”
-Stormfax

Someone Orchestrated the Border Crisis

You can see a long way from Border Patrol Hill. A clear day and good pair of binoculars get you visibility for twenty, thirty, sometimes forty miles into Mexico. It’s view broken only by the rolling terrain on both sides of the Amistad reservoir. This used to be a barren and canyon-strewn section of the near despoblado: now it’s a “recreation area,” a dammed lake with recreation mostly on the north side. On the south side, it’s all business. The business is trafficking: drugs, people, lawlessness, the common coin of Mexico hellbound for Texas. 

I stood on Border Patrol Hill at sunset, binoculars in hand, and surveyed the far shore. The low red sun was ideal for illuminating glass and metal at a distance: I could see the glints and flashes as the vehicles moved down from the approach roads onto the sandy shoreline. Nearly the whole apparatus of transport was visible from here, at this hour, when it was bright enough to see but dim enough that prudent drivers turned on their headlights. Carretera Federal 2, the cartel-controlled Mexican route hugging the border from Matamoros to just west of Ciudad Acuña, brought the main traffic — and then the vehicles bearing their cargo and people pulled off onto the tributary roads, descending momentarily out of sight before popping up again on the bluffs above the shoreline.
-Chuck

The shit I post on Facebook

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Commentary: Virginia, Not California, Will Provide Lessons for 2022

In the wake of a big statewide campaign win of any kind, political pundits rev into overdrive with broad pronouncements about the takeaways and what the result reveals about the mood of the nation. Often, the results are more prosaic — simply the political status quo for that particular state or district in that specific slice of time. 

Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom’s smackdown of the recall was no different this week. Few longtime state politicos were surprised by his ability to win big in solidly blue California.

The Big No

The Twenty-first Century war is being waged on all fronts. Primarily, this is China versus America, but includes Middle Eastern countries, Russia and North Korea. The war began first with the slow creep of communism within our institutions so that by the Twenty-first Century, there was the acceptance of communist principles in what we considered American institutions, but some things didn’t ring true. Income tax, property tax, business and liquor licensing are all means of placing the state above the people, taking their private property and forcing them to ask permission to engage in business, permission they revoke when they want to exert power. 

Tell us how you really feel

NEW YORK - A Walmart worker quit in a profanity-laced tirade over the Louisiana store’s loudspeakers. 

Beth McGrath’s posted the video of her resignation on Facebook.

Marked safe from being keyed for parking too close

General Motors says some Chevy Bolt EV and Bolt EUV owners should park their vehicles at least 50 feet away from other cars and only park on the top floor of parking garages due to reports of fires. 
-Stormfax

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BLM Is Threatening An ‘Uprising’ Against ‘Racist’ Vaccine Mandates

It’s a rule in the national media that vaccine hesitancy is worthy of shame and scorn, right up until it collides with their most precious cause, the Black Lives Matter movement.

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Hawk Newsome, the co-founder and chairman of Black Lives Matter Greater New York, was quoted Saturday in the New York Times saying that restaurants “are using vaccine mandates to enforce their racist beliefs and excluding black patrons.”
-WiscoDave

Of course, they may have good reason for their pissy attitude, especially if they see this:

Advocating for the sanctioned hunting of black people and shooting them with blow-darts may not result in more vaccine support from people of color….
-Murray

Tennessee, baby...

KNOXVILLE, TENN. (WSMV) - Two boys from East Tennessee are hoping to be named the mullet king, according to a report from News4 partner WBIR.