January 11, 2020

At the Saturday Night Cafe...

... you can talk about whatever you want.

103 comments:

JML said...

Am I the only one sick and tired of the damn reviews in professional games now?

narciso said...


Game set

https://qz.com/1783651/tsai-ing-wen-wins-landslide-in-taiwan-election/

Ken B said...

Normally we accept commenters are what they say they are. I accept for instance that Birkel is a human being not a failed AI experiment. But not always. Does anyone believe Chuck is a life long Republican who voted for Trump? No.
So let me float a crazy idea. Is there another regular here who is a similarly implausible fan of the mullahs in Iran?

stevew said...

Agree JML, get rid of the reviews, they add no value to the exerience, detract, really.

narciso said...


Quic custodies custidium


https://www.powerlineblog.com/archives/2020/01/we-now-know-the-kris-cross.php

StephenFearby said...

"Iranian military commander Qassem Soleimani died with his cell phone, a wad of bills in his wallet and books of poetry, new photos reveal."

"...He also had a pistol and an assault rifle."

https://nypost.com/2020/01/11/qassem-soleimani-carrying-phone-cash-and-poetry-books-when-killed/


walter said...

Never made it to open mic.

gilbar said...

at the risk of irking our beloved professor (again); i will propose My theory of Chuck

I feel, that Chuck is a 4 dimensional moby (i think that's the word)
Chuck is ACTUALLY a Life Long Republican; not only That! He's a Trump supporter

here's how my theory winds
Chuck APPEARS to be a Life Long LIBERAL, that TOTALLY SIDES with the Democrats, IN ALL THINGS
BUT!
His (apparent) powers of persuasion are completely NON EXISTENT
EVERY argument that he makes,seems to be detrimental to his (apparent) plan to push democratism
Instead of selling people on anti-Trumpism; his (apparent) dumbfuckedness turns people away

BECAUSE!
He's ACTUALLY SELLING TRUMP through some elaborate reverse reverse psychology
Chuck doesn't even DRINK anything besides Diet Coke
Chuck is NOT REALLY an incompetent buffoon

It's ALL AN ACT An Act, to support his true leader; Donald Trump

Birkel said...

And I accept that Ken B is a liar.

Rick.T. said...

Titans up 14-6 over the Ravens. Still a long way to go but Titan Up!

Mark said...

Watched "Ophelia," with Daisy Ridley. An interesting twist on the Hamlet tale, told from her perspective. A lot of "off-stage" extra story told.

Iman said...

"Iranian military commander Qassem Soleimani died with his cell phone, a wad of bills in his wallet and books of poetry, new photos reveal."

Walt Whitman’s “Leaves of Grass”?

Or perhaps Joycedeh Kilmerfandiari’s “Knees”...


I think that I shall never see
The spots where once there were my knees
Or face whose bloody mouth is pressed
Against a wall or ground, your guess
Flattened eye that stares in disbelief
An eternity of endless grief

narciso said...



Not that surprising

https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.foxnews.com/media/new-york-times-reporter-sympathy-soleimani-poetry-fake-news-propoganda.amp

traditionalguy said...

Midnight is a famous person's birthday. Could it be Meade's sweetheart?

Tommy Duncan said...

Blogger gilbar said...

"It's ALL AN ACT An Act, to support (Chuck's) true leader; Donald Trump"

It is a well know fact among the Soviet patriots on this blog that Comrade Drago is Chuck's handler. Comrade Drago and Comrade Chuck both agents of Vladimir Putin. Both have been cited as Heroes of the Soviet Union for their work on this blog in support of Putin and his American proxy, Donald Trump. What you see on the Althouse blog is a carefully enacted ruse which is meant to sway sentiments toward President Trump under the direction of Putin. Comrade Chuck plays the comic part in the manner of Lou Costello while Comrade Drago plays the Bud Abbott straight man.

Rory said...

ABC must be making some money: they're rerunning the already-shown Jeopardy matches tonight. #3 starting right now in the East.

narciso said...


Playing hardball with a cricket bat


https://www.cnbc.com/2020/01/11/trump-administration-warns-iraq-could-lose-new-york-fed-account-wsj.html

FullMoon said...

"Iranian military commander Qassem Soleimani died with his cell phone, a wad of bills in his wallet and books of poetry, new photos reveal."

.......
Sweet. Check that phone, see which democrats he was sexting with

Rory said...

"EVERY argument that he makes,seems to be detrimental to his (apparent) plan to push democratis"

I think a good number of people, mostly on the left but also some tonier types on the right, succumbed back in the Crossfire/McLaughlin Group days to Talking Heads Disease. Mastery of talking points is the objective, moreso than actually persuading anyone of anything.

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J. Farmer said...

Walt Whitman’s “Leaves of Grass”?

Or perhaps Joycedeh Kilmerfandiari’s “Knees”...


Isn’t Rūmī the obvious guess?

pacwest said...

Seen on the internet:
Trump: "Siri, order me a grilled quesidia and salami"
Siri: "OK. Sending a jet to kill Qassem Soleimani"

Iman said...

Titans are gettin’ ‘er done.

mockturtle said...

Titans are gettin’ ‘er done.

So far, so good!

Iman said...

“ Isn’t Rūmī the obvious guess?”

Bet you are a scream at parties...

mockturtle said...

Wow! 28-6!

Iman said...

That’s a good one, pacwest!

narciso said...


Thats a nuking from orbit


https://mobile.twitter.com/jamestaranto/status/1216119860029272064

Ingachuck'stoothlessARM said...

I betook myself to linking
Fancy unto fancy, thinking
what this ominous bird of yore-
What this grim, ungainly, ghastly, gaunt and ominous bird of yore
Meant in croaking "Nevermore."

Andrew said...

It's fascinating to follow Make Iran Great Again on Twitter (#MIGA), and similar trending hashtags. A combination of protest and crackdown videos, expressions of sympathy and respect from MAGA people, Iranian thanksgiving for the death of Suleimani, mutual appreciation for Trump's Farsi tweets, and meltdowns from the Left. Take a look if you haven't already.

StephenFearby said...

January 11, 2020 10:20 PM
Trump tweet in Farsi 'the most liked Persian tweet' in history of Twitter

President Trump's tweet in Farsi expressing his support for Iranians protesting Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has already earned over 200,000 likes, making it the "most liked Persian tweet" in the social media giant's history, according to a leading think tank adviser.

“To the brave and suffering Iranian people: I have stood with you since the beginning of my presidency and my government will continue to stand with you. We are following your protests closely. Your courage is inspiring,” Trump wrote.

https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/news/trump-tweet-in-farsi-the-most-liked-persian-tweet-in-history-of-twitter

I'm starting an unfounded rumor:

Trump was tutored in Persian by his granddaughter, who also speaks Chinese.

Ingachuck'stoothlessARM said...

Kitchen supported by Meghan Markle's cookbook is housed inside mosque 'which has links to 19 terror suspects including Jihadi John'

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6423517/Mosque-supported-Meghan-Markles-charity-cookbook-links-19-terrorists.html

Mark said...

Balmer didn't expect this.

narciso said...

But theyve made amends, shes just not the sharpest skillet.

Big Mike said...

My DIL is a hardcore Ravens fan. She is no doubt pretty heartbroken right about now.

Hagar said...

I think Trump and McConnell would just love a full up dramatic presentation in the Senate with new witnesses and testimony allowed - theirs about the extent of corruption coming out of Ukraine - while Pelosi wants a quick no vote and dismissal of all charges if she can just find a way for that to happen and no such testimony to be heard.

BleachBit-and-Hammers said...

@Andrew

Indeed

J. Farmer said...

Bet you are a scream at parties...

You’d win that bet ;)

BleachBit-and-Hammers said...

Americans should demand an investigation of Adam Schitt and his whistleblower.

narciso said...


Additional context for powerlines link


https://mobile.twitter.com/pspoole/status/1216175617135214593

Ingachuck'stoothlessARM said...

Barack and Michelle Obama are advising Meghan and Harry on their new life outside the Royal Family.
" Sources confirmed Harry and Meghan had discussed their plans with the former US president and his wife and wanted to mimic the way they had managed to build a successful, but dignified, life for themselves after the White House."

barf

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7874861/Barack-Michelle-Obama-advising-Meghan-Harry-new-life-outside-Royal-Family.html

narciso said...

Things that make go hmm:



https://www.asiatimes.com/2020/01/opinion/iran-keeps-concocting-fake-news-on-downed-jet/

Birkel said...

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7876991/High-level-pro-Iran-militia-commander-Iraq-killed-unknown-gunmen.html

Apparently another bad guy who supported Iran was killed in Iraq.
J Farmer hardest hit.

Birkel said...

Well, second hardest.

Drago said...

Tommy Duncan: "Comrade Chuck plays the comic part in the manner of Lou Costello while Comrade Drago plays the Bud Abbott straight man."

This is absolutely my favorite hot take.

William said...

People change over time. I know I have, but I can't isolate the catalysts or fulcrum moments in my own development, much less those of entire civilizations. When did the Russians give up on Marxism? Who was the last Junker to actively seek a dueling scar? Who among the Hanover crew still believes in the faith, dogma, and sacraments of the Angican faith?....Why do people in the Middle East continue to believe their faith with such fervor and follow such leaders as seem doomed to lead them off the cliff? The Russians have given up Marxism. The Germans are no longer enamored with militarism. The British seldom go to church, and the royal family, the raison d'etre, of their faith don't seem particularly inspired by it.....I wonder when the last Soleimani will be born?.....People here criticize Bush, Obama, Trump even Reagan, Carter, and Eisenhower for their policies. They've all tried diifferent tactics, and they all, despite minor tactical successes, have failed to change the dynamic in the Middle East. I get the sense that there is no conciliatory gesture that we can ever make that will change that dynamic. It's not likely the Muslims will produce a Gandhi, but maybe someday another Ataturk will come along.

narciso said...

Pharoah asisi is the closest thing like the original mohammed Ali

Mark said...

the original mohammed Ali

That's an odd idea since the original Mohammed Ali wasn't Mohammed Ali. He was Cassius Clay.

Yancey Ward said...

Wow, I thought the Ravens were the team to beat. Well done, Titans.

narciso said...

Mohammed ali the albanian vizier of egypt, who drove the wahhabis back into the nejd

mockturtle said...

Big Mike reports: My DIL is a hardcore Ravens fan. She is no doubt pretty heartbroken right about now.

So is one of my grandsons. He'll be in mourning for a while. Titans had an impressive win and Baltimore made too many mistakes.

Bill, Republic of Texas said...

“To the brave and suffering Iranian people: I have stood with you since the beginning of my presidency and my government will continue to stand with you. We are following your protests closely. Your courage is inspiring,” Trump wrote.

JFarmer is not going to approve of that Al all.

Trump tweet in Farsi 'the most liked Persian tweet' in history of Twitter

Oops.

Rick.T. said...

Lower Broad in Nashville no doubt rocking tonight. Hearing “Tennessee firecrackers” going off out here in the country. Way to go Titans.

Qwinn said...

The thing is, if Chuck *were* a triple moby whose actual intent was to completely discredit NeverTrumpers and make Trump look great by focusing exclusively on the most trite and trivial and idiotic criticisms imaginable.... what would he do differently?

I can't think of a thing. If it's intentional, Trump isn't paying him nearly enough. And Trump could be paying him a thousand a post for all I know. Still not enough.

Ingachuck'stoothlessARM said...

"qouth the Ravens "Nevermore"
****
‏per @CarpeDonktum

Hate me for saying it, but the net result of "WW3" was

- Trump looks strong
- Iran looks weak
- Pelosi looks petty
- Dems look hypocritical
- Obama looks naive
- MSM looks hysterical
- Canada looks like a pussy
- A terrorist looks dead
- Iranians look angry at their leader

narciso said...


Appears to be:


https://mobile.twitter.com/doranimated?lang=en

Yancey Ward said...

I may be a fool for doing so, but I have always taken Chuck at his word regarding his political affiliations..... or at least I accept that he believes it. It sometimes gets forgotten just how much Trump was actively loathed by the Republican establishment during the primaries, and Chuck by his own words is part of that establishment. Most of those people let it go, though, after Trump won the nomination, and then the stragglers mostly let it go after the general election. Chuck never got to that point, and I think part of it is due to something I have pointed out here more than once- Chuck took great delight in telling the commentariat how he was going to rub in their faces when Trump lost.....then he took great delight in telling us he was going to rub in our faces when Mueller indicted Trump and Trump was impeached and removed. No doubt Chuck will delight in telling us how he is going to rub it in our faces when Trump loses this November, or when Trump dies of a stroke, or something, I am quite sure.

narciso said...

And yet they continue this chimp grooming ceremony in the possum senate.

Ingachuck'stoothlessARM said...

Turns out the FISC judge who hand picked the Obama appointed Lawfare blog lawyer David Kris also happens to be an Obama appointed Bonesman named "Jeb."
James "Jeb" Boasberg —1985 Yale Skull & Bones. per CarrolQuigley

Devin Nunes tells @dailycaller it is "shocking and inexplicable" that the FISA Court picked David Kris to oversee FBI's FISA reforms.
Kris has been entirely dismissive of allegations that FBI misled the court to surveil Carter Page. Kris embraced the idea that there was probable cause to believe Page was a Russian agent. Kris also promoted the possibility of Nunes facing obstruction of justice charges.

Now he's been picked to ensure that FBI complies with its reforms of FISA procedures?
per chuck ross

Freeman Hunt said...

A good day! A friend's lost child was found!

mockturtle said...

A good day! A friend's lost child was found!

That is great news, Freeman! Praise God!

narciso said...

Great news freeman.

Ingachuck'stoothlessARM said...

REX's thread on the Huber/Hillary/Barrett 'headfake' dust-up

https://social.quodverum.com/@REX/103467475612622366

StephenFearby said...

Re: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7876991/High-level-pro-Iran-militia-commander-Iraq-killed-unknown-gunmen.html

Very likely we had nothing to do with this because it happened in Karbala.

Seems that a lot of people in Karbala have had their fill of Iranian meddling in their country and are willing to do something about it:

4 Nov 2019
Three killed as Iraq protesters attack Iran consulate in Karbala
Demonstrators in southern city attempt to storm building, as weeks-long protests in Iraq continue.

'...Demonstrators reportedly scaled the concrete barriers surrounding the building late on Sunday. They hung Iraqi flags and spray-painted "Karbala is free, Iran out, out!" on them, in a sign of increasing anger among some demonstrators against Tehran's perceived interference in Iraqi politics.'

https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2019/11/iraqi-protesters-attack-iran-consulate-karbala-191103232545555.html

narciso said...



Well lets go back two weeks

https://mobile.twitter.com/HSajwanization/status/1211995637723652097

stephen cooper said...

A good day - one of those days where I was away from the news all day, took a few walks in the afternoon, and took some long naps, and wake up at 10 PM after the longest of naps, as those of us who often work brutal 40 hour weeks so often do on our Saturdays---
and I wake up at 10PM and turn on the Ravens game, see they are losing. Well good luck next year Ravens, at least this year we Jets fans won't have to hear for the next few weeks about what a genius Larry David was.
and I wake up at 10 PM and check out Persian Twitter and see that the guy who I supported when he was one out of 17 Republican hopefuls just tweeted the most-liked tweet in the history of Persian Twitter. Now, I have lots of friends who have never said a single respectful word about our kind-hearted President, and I sort of feel sorry for them, I have known since before that day on that escalator in Manhattan, where my grandparents lived five generations or so ago, that his heart was in the right place, it must be so sad to live in a world where you don't know that, and still think that the average politician who opposed him was right to do so - whether on the anti-Trump NR side, the pro-choice Obama side, or simply on the almost-all-rich-white-guys-are-presumptively-bad side (sad!) - it must be so sad to be an American who has not been able to appreciate and enjoy, in the proper limited degree such things should be enjoyed, the blessing this nation has had to have a decent man - a flawed man but still a decent man - as president these last few years.
Oremus invicem.

narciso said...

It certainly seems that way stephen cooper, you spoke as if you were in ill heath the other night

fleg9bo said...

I recorded the MN-49ers game today so I could catch all the action without all the getting up off the ground and cutting to commercials. Much more enjoyable. We lived in the Twin Cities for six years and the SF Bay Area for 15 but my loyalties are not divided. Our time in the Bay Area coincided with football's most exciting era, the time of Joe Montana and Jerry Rice. And while I don't much care about sports these days, there will always be a soft spot in my heart for those games.

stephen cooper said...

Oremus invoices means let's pray for each other. Spell check wants to call it "remus invoices".
Lots of people who post here have more serious health issues than I do, hence - oremus invicem.
It was nice to check out these comments and read the good news from Freeman Hunt.

narciso said...

Fair point, but you seem particularly troubled, if im not being too nosy.

wholelottasplainin' said...

narciso said...
Mohammed ali the albanian vizier of egypt, who drove the wahhabis back into the nejd
***********

Correctamente!

Ferchrissake, Mark: why do you think Clay took on his name?

narciso said...


Now it waa an ironic choice

http://deovolentenl.nl/the-slave-name-of-muhammad-ali-and-islams-forgotten-slave-trade/

gpm said...

>>Quic custodies custidium

Jeez, Narciso. Were you referring to Juvenal's "quis custodiet ipso custodes"? If so, no wonder I can't make any sense of what you say in English. If not, no idea what that one was supposed to mean.

--gpm

narciso said...

The context is clear in light of the link

stephen cooper said...

"ipsos"

Crazy World said...

Very cool Freeman Hunt!!!!!

Crazy World said...

God Bless this President and my home sweet home and the Iranian protesters.

walter said...

https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/opinion/vladimir-putin-endorses-2020-democrats-energy-policy

stephen cooper said...
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walter said...

(cog diss ensues)

stephen cooper said...
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stephen cooper said...

reposting my 12:52 comment which I deleted before I realized it might be responded to .....

"narciso, how kind of you to ask.
i am in the process of finding a new cat and dog to adopt and the process is difficult.
the novel Jane Austen never wrote but should have written, filmed by Orson Welles.
and yes last week was full of medical issues, but as Walter once wisely said, everyone has medical issues."

buwaya said...

Taal volcano is erupting.
6000 evacuated.
https://newsinfo.inquirer.net/1211871/taal-volcano-erupts

We were just there last year.
Had the traditional buko ice cream.
Its a lovely place even without the excitement of an eruption.
I recommend the Taal Vista Hotel, which also has the best view.

There are some other excellent hotels there, but the Taal Vista has its famous back lawn from which the views are unsurpassed.
The ridge road traffic can get bad though.
One can also, sans eruption, arrange a boat ride to volcano island, and look at close range into where all the excitement is, or would be. That is a day trip.

buwaya said...

The eruption, based on live video, is now much more significant than initial reports.
The plume is up to thousands of feet. This may well turn into a genuine problem.

TBD. This is possibly the most intensely watched (and instrumented) volcano on earth.
It is also surrounded by a very populous countryside.

gilbar said...

Tommy Duncan said (yesterday)...
Thanks to gilbar, iowan2 and Shouting Thomas for the suggestions. We live in SE Minnesota,


IF you drive to Lanesboro, and head south; you'll be going through the most bestest parts of both Minnesota AND Iowa. I'm Assuming you've been to Lanesboro?

hywy us-52; Canton (mn) to Decorah. iowa 9; through Waukon to Lansing;
Across the cool Lansing bridge to wisconsin. wisc 35 to La Crosse

is a pretty road trip i take a Lot. wisc 35 goes RIGHT next to the river, and is a must drive

Caledonia (mn) and down hwys 76 (iowa and mn has same number) to waukon,
or better yet; hop off on a26 (allamakee county rd: iowa river road) to new albin
and back to mn would be a nice shorter drive

BUMBLE BEE said...

Poetry or Code Book?

tim in vermont said...

I can’t believe the Mullah’s are going with straight up Democrat propaganda. It looks like it might be working with US Democrats, but the Iranian people? Not so much. You think they are calling John Kerry and Ben Rhodes now asking what to say next?

tim in vermont said...

According the Burgermeister Buttigig, we should have just let the Iranians continue to pick off our soldiers in Iraq because who knows what might happen if we tried to stop them?

Iman said...

"Iranian military commander Qassem Soleimani died with his cell phone, a wad of bills in his wallet and books of poetry, new photos reveal."

Now the Left has a new Che, a new murderer to romanticize.

tim in vermont said...

We should get out of Iraq though, even if that is what the Mullahs want, because we are not the world police.

Temujin said...

Narciso nailed it last night while I was watching Tennessee hand it to Baltomore: Quic custodies custidium.

Mr. Forward said...

Has anybody seen Skylark and Aunty Trump in the same room? I'm pretty sure Skylark doesn't smoke cigarettes.

Rusty said...

Gilbar @ 8:17
He is simply not that smart.
He's mentally unbalanced and seeks attention and approval.
He desperately wants approval and attention from our hostess.
If she gives it to him he will show up on her doorstep with a knife and a gun.
You know. As gifts.
Freeman Hunt said...
"A good day! A friend's lost child was found!"
A very good day.

Nichevo said...

https://www.asiatimes.com/2020/01/opinion/iran-keeps-concocting-fake-news-on-downed-jet/

I've been saying for some time: the shootdown of PS752 was deliberate and done on orders. The crew would have received a medal if they hadn't been caught.

How sick, how irrational, how non-Euclidean of thought process (ah, how Byzantine!) is the Iranian regime to find advantage in downing in airliner full of their own people, operated by one of rhe only countries willing to risk doing so?

Cui Bono? Were they satisfied because they wanted to kill an American airliner and a Boeing 737 is an American airliner, notwithstanding that it was owned and operated by Ukrainian and full of people of Iranian descent? The Russians, somehow? Was there some McGuffin on board worth killing for? Did they kill the WRONG airliner out of Khomeini Airport? Did they think they wouldn't be caught? Is the division in the US and ROW so bad they thought the Ds and Europe would side with them over the USA and PDT?

Maybe they're not as clever as we think. Obviously estimates of deviousness are short of the mark however. I wonder if they've dropped their demands of Ukraine Airlines for compensation of damages on the ground from the crashed aircraft.

This blaming the crew is a mere modified limited hangout, Mark my words. No, Rouhani already confessed, or rather he warned/bragged about it in advance. His Tweet:

Those who refer to the number 52 should also remember the number 290. #IR655
Never threaten the Iranian nation.
12:25 PM · Jan 6, 2020·Twitter for Android


-Rouhani invokes US military shootdown of Iranian Airbus airliner which for 32 years the regime has said was deliberate and we said an accident/fog of war

-Iran military shoots down American-made Boeing airliner

-First they said it was mechanical failure, then an accident/fog of war

When I say Rouhani confessed, it's not quite a "You're damned right I ordered the Code Red," but with apologies to J. Farmer, at this point they need to refute my incredulous stare.

Nichevo said...

Freeman Hunt said...
"A good day! A friend's lost child was found!"
A very good day.


Indeed! God bless you and keep you all.

Ralph L said...

Perhaps they discovered at the last minute that the Iranian who told us where Suliasplat was was on the plane.

tim in vermont said...

"Has anybody seen Skylark and Aunty Trump in the same room? I'm pretty sure Skylark doesn't smoke cigarettes. “

You mean besides me?

Inga said...

“He's mentally unbalanced and seeks attention and approval.
He desperately wants approval and attention from our hostess.
If she gives it to him he will show up on her doorstep with a knife and a gun.”

What a stupid paranoid comment. The problem lies with the commenters here who are obsessed with Chuck. Aren’t the topics of the blog posts interesting enough for certain commenters to focus on, instead of another commenter named Chuck? Often Drago starts this and other dummies follow his lead.

MayBee said...

Freeman- I am so relived for your friend. What everyone must have been going through!

Drago said...

Admiral Inga: "Often Drago starts this and other dummies follow his lead."

Both Inga and LLR-lefty C**** were banned from this blog.

Its hardly surprising Inga would defend her fellow leftist.

wildswan said...

"Ingachuck'stoothlessARM said...

Hate me for saying it, but the net result of "WW3" was

- Trump looks strong
- Iran looks weak
- Pelosi looks petty
- Dems look hypocritical
- Obama looks naive
- MSM looks hysterical
- Canada looks like a pussy
- A terrorist looks dead
- Iranians look angry at their leader"


The way the Dems are, we'll see more "WW3's" so I'm thinking we should name them like hurricanes. For instance, the first "WW3" of 2020, the one just gone by, would be World War Albert. Next up, World War Beatty, World War Claude and so on.

Inga said...

“Both Inga and LLR-lefty C**** were banned from this blog.”

Apparently Althouse had her reasons for allowing me to comment here. Don’t you think it’s time you respected her decision and stop bitching about it? You’re such an obsessive bitch, Drago.