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Picnic Point is one of my earliest memories. I was first there in about '63 or '64. You have done so many posts of this favorite place. Have you ever given your readers a sense of how peninsular it is?
That's right Hagar. It's not a cave.
Anything? OK. Donald Trump is a Martian. Pass it on.
I understand it can be a peninsula, but how does it go about being peninsular?
Anything?Okay. Children s/b taught to read beginning at age 3.5 to 4.5. Using only phonics.26 letters. 44 sounds. Any child can learn it. Any parent can teach it.Don't let them enter 1st grade "ready to learn." They were learning from the moment of birth.
I just did a beautiful Brazilian
Phonics? Phonics? The elimination of phonics once and for all lies at the very heart of the alt-left conspiracy. Children reading at three and a half will very likely develop critical thinking skills. And that simply cannot be tolerated in a a perfect society controlled by technocrats and bureaucrats.
"I just did a beautiful Brazilian""When hesitating between doing and not doing, it is generally better to not do it." -- Kenko
Didn't the stubble cause a rash?
No worries about the zitka virus for you two lovebirds.
Titus said...I just did a beautiful BrazilianI can never remember...does a Brazilian come before or after a Quadrillion?
Breaking news : the NYT has just discovered that Trump is a racist again.
O.K. you convinced me. I can see at least one case where abortion might have been an option.
More timeless wisdom of Kenko: “You should never put the new antlers of a deer to your nose and smell them. They have little insects that crawl into the nose and devour the brain.”
Musical interlude: What do you want from life?
Given his lack of critical thinking skills, how long before Kaepernick is broke once his playing days are over?
Musical interlude: Workin' it
Be sure to gargle with lots of hydrogen peroxide, Titus.
From http://secondcitycop.blogspot.com/Trib Prints CrapIn their ever increasing efforts to stay relevant and stir the pot of anti-police sentiment, the Tribune comes up with this "exhaustive" study:Every five days, on average, a Chicago police officer fired a gun at someone.In 435 shootings over a recent six-year span, officers killed 92 people and wounded 170 others.While a few of those incidents captured widespread attention, they occurred with such brutal regularity — and with scant information provided by police — that most have escaped public scrutiny.Now, after months of struggles with Chicago police to get information through the Freedom of Information Act, the Chicago Tribune has compiled an unprecedented database of details of every time police fired a weapon from 2010 through 2015."...brutal regularity..."Um, hyperbole much?They break down all sorts of stuff by race, because that's the only measure that matters to the lib-tarded media and their followers.Here are a few questions that might lead to another "exhaustive" Tribune study:This year, HeyJackass.com says that shootings happen an average of every two-hours-and-three minutes. A killing happens every twelve hours (two a day). Could the Tribune "reporters" calculate those types of totals over the same 6 year period? (hint - it'll be close to three THOUSAND dead and well over ten THOUSAND wounded.)Maybe the Tribune could do an analysis of how many "Shots Fired" calls are made to 9-1-1, how many go out over the police radio daily, and how many were actually legit?How many shots total were fired? We can't recall a scene in the past six years that didn't have at least five or six shots, counted by witnesses or shell casings we picked up. Most scenes were ten or more though. Some really messed up scenes were thirty and forty at a time. We're betting those totals would be in the hundreds of thousands of rounds fired.And after all of that "exhaustive" research, if the Tribune "reporters" break it down racially so that if Eric Holder comes to town, we can have that "frank discussion" he was always going on about.
Everything about Mardini’s route to the Rio Games has been unlikely. She will compete on the first refugee team at an Olympics, a feat that was unthinkable less than a year ago when she was neck-deep in the Mediterranean Sea swimming for her life.Last August, Mardini and her sister Sarah fled war-torn Syria and embarked on a harrowing, monthlong journey through Lebanon, Turkey and Greece, up through the Balkans and Central Europe, to Germany, narrowly dodging capture and death. When their crammed dinghy broke down between Turkey and Greece, she and her sister, also a swimmer, jumped into the water and helped guide the boat to safety. New York TimesNo mention of Hillary's efforts as Secretary of State to arm factions in this civil war, escalating the violence. None. Isn't that strange? Wouldn't the kinder thing have been to refuse to arm the rebels and not force Assad to use more and more violent means to fight a war, that if he loses, will lead to his certain death?
Meade said...More timeless wisdom of Kenko: “You should never put the new antlers of a deer to your nose and smell them. They have little insects that crawl into the nose and devour the brain.”That one addresses Titus's horny cravings.
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