October 29, 2019

Morning snow pictures.

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23 comments:

Rick said...

TEXAS LURING JOBS AWAY FROM CALIFORNIA WITH PROMISES OF ELECTRICITY.

It's time to Move On from your irrational stance on the Bee.

Ken B said...

Hoyer is now saying there might be no vote Thursday.

iowan2 said...

Stenner Hoyer is hedging about holding the vote on the fake impeachment, Thursday

Maybe the new poll, has 'em spooked.

USA Today/Suffolk has the 36% of registered voter agreeing that President Trump should be impeached

Andrew said...

I cannot believe the ineptitude of the Biden campaign. It's worse than Jeb Bush.

Take a look at this video on Biden's Twitter feed. This is a video that he or his campaign chose to use. It's an official campaign clip.

https://mobile.twitter.com/JoeBiden/status/1189180586042318848?s=17

Even if you like the guy, watching this video is cringe-worthy. It highlights his oldness, his forgetfulness, and his inability to speak in complete sentences. Why would anyone think this makes him look good?

madAsHell said...

Let me don my tin foil hat......

Was DrudgeReport purchased by Yahoo News?? The content has changed, and the icon associated with his URL in the browser shows a purple Y! Yahoo News.

......or did I just fail to read the memo!!

Lewis Wetzel said...

Snow in October?
Believe it or not, I am quitting my job in Hawaii & moving to Wisconsin next year.

Caroline said...

Beautiful. Serene.

steve uhr said...

Where were the pictures taken?

Flat Tire said...

Beautiful! Makes me miss the midwest. You probably have electricity too!

Original Mike said...

"Snow in October?
Believe it or not, I am quitting my job in Hawaii & moving to Wisconsin next year."


Welcome. Buy a snow shovel and a coat and you'll be fine.

h said...

It is only today (Tuesday Oct 29, 2019) that I have learned about the sad story of Kayla Mueller. I see that many people (not here, but elsewhere) are so deranged by Trump that they cannot sympathize with Kayla's parents. It is this aspect of Trump Derangement Syndrome that is driving me to vote for Trump -- a candidate with whom I do not agree on some important issues. The anti-Trump obsessives are cruel, and irrationally cruel -- I don't want to be associated with them.

MountainMan said...

“Was DrudgeReport purchased by Yahoo News??”

I haven’t been able to find a really good article about it but a Google affiliate bought his father’s web business and as a part of the deal his advertising moved to that company. Somehow this has resulted in him re-orienting his website to meet the advertiser’s business. At least that is what someone claimed, but I couldn’t make a whole lot of sense out of it.

I saw a report on Gateway Pundit that as a result his monthly page views are down by about 200M views so it doesn’t sound like it has been a good move.

Limited Perspective said...

Looks bones, fossils, a dinosaur graveyard.

Ingachuck'stoothlessARM said...

did we find among the documents obtained in the Al Baghdadi ISIS compound
comms from the US State Dept, from 2010-2011?

"after the mission, we took highly sensitive materials and information"
"about ISIS: origins... future plans... things that we very much want"

nevermind that-- Trump & FLOTUS put candy on a kid's head.

Yancey Ward said...

Andrew, that was an ad for Sunny Vistas Retirement Home and Funeral Parlor, not the Biden Campaign.

Big Mike said...

Nats live to play another game.

wildswan said...

I have cut down on my visits to Drudge very substantially. I have no idea what is going on over there but there is something formless and strange about the totality of the stories you find on a given day over there. As if one day he was going to wake up a cockroach and he was getting hints of it and collecting stories that matched that mood.

wildswan said...

No snow at all in Milwaukee and I'm glad. Prefer the pictures (beautiful) to the reality. I demand climate change.

mandrewa said...

It's look like we've had a significant crop failure this year, maybe 20% down from what is normal, maybe more than that.

See https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JDTdK7X3xIw

It's the farmer Paul that I'm impressed by. He's very careful with his words and I think he knows what he is talking about. On the other hand, I'm not so sure about "Ice Age Farmer," the guy interviewing him.

So we are probably coming up short this year. And that's an unusual thing. The United States may have produced less food than it will consume and since we are a big exporter that should be a big deal for the world.

But the perverse thing about this is that the market prices aren't showing this. And the official government numbers on crop production don't seem to reflect what farmers are seeing. So what is going on?

It's obvious why it happened. There was a very wet spring that greatly delayed the planting of many crops, and we've had an unusually cold fall, for much of the country.

But the puzzle is why isn't this being reflected in the grain and soybean future contracts?

Andrew said...

@Yancey,
Lol. Indeed.

tim in vermont said...

"I have cut down on my visits to Drudge very substantially. I have no idea what is going on over there but there is something formless and strange about the totality of the stories you find on a given day over there.”

Drudge was a huge part of the Clinton impeachment, and I think getting to Drudge was a goal of theirs before this fight. I don’t know how they did it, but it’s sure weird how he keeps passing up on some really juicy stuff he would have once run with and instead keeps posting this stuff that’s always one ingredient short of whatever it is supposed to be.

tim in vermont said...

"Welcome. Buy a snow shovel and a coat and you'll be fine.”

I once moved from Florida to Vermont, and here is my advice, wear pajama bottoms under your blue jeans.

Howard said...

They are all very nice the second from the top is got an exquisite composition. Now you just have to hunt down that kind of cold white and blue foreground with yellow, orange and pink clouds with water in between