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2021-04-14 3:51:50 PM  
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2021-04-14 4:09:34 PM  
Humpday
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2021-04-14 4:14:07 PM  
Google is celebrating Johannes Gutenberg for some reason.

We should celebrate Steve Guttenberg for some reason.

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2021-04-14 4:15:41 PM  
This weekend we're due to get rain and snow, Markoff mentioned it in the last thread. So I figured I'd better take pictures of our crabapple trees while they are still in bloom, which is early this year. I've got a feeling there won't be many fruit this year as there are no bees, too cold.

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And congrats to Tudorgirl making this week's newsletter.
 
2021-04-14 4:17:46 PM  
I envy you day drinker Farkers.    Day smoking, yes.   Alcohol before 5-6 PM just makes me sleepy.
 
2021-04-14 4:20:07 PM  
Sarah just shared this

https://twitter.com/BeschlossDC/statu​s​/1382315628737003520?s=20

that's the lining of Lincoln's coat the night he was shot

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2021-04-14 4:20:37 PM  
Until the sun comes up over Little Santa Monica Boulevard.
 
2021-04-14 4:21:41 PM  
Talking Heads - Life during wartime LIVE - Stop making sense 1984 HQ
Youtube OVHNwBbkSj4
 
2021-04-14 4:21:52 PM  

JulieAzel626: Until the sun comes up over Little Santa Monica Boulevard.


Unfortunately there is no longer a Little Santa Monica Boulevard. I believe it is just called South Santa Monica Boulevard.
 
2021-04-14 4:25:07 PM  
In case you missed it...

Now ex Brooklyn Center officer Kim Potter to be charged with 2nd Degree Manslaughter in the Daunte Wright case.
 
2021-04-14 4:25:17 PM  
The air quality is ideal for most individuals; enjoy your normal outdoor activities.

lol it's 33 & snowing
 
2021-04-14 4:25:25 PM  

JulieAzel626: JulieAzel626: Until the sun comes up over Little Santa Monica Boulevard.

Unfortunately there is no longer a Little Santa Monica Boulevard. I believe it is just called South Santa Monica Boulevard.


Well then "till the sun comes through.....the skylight!"

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/at the foot of Mt. Belzoni
 
2021-04-14 4:28:03 PM  

JulieAzel626: In case you missed it...

Now ex Brooklyn Center officer Kim Potter to be charged with 2nd Degree Manslaughter in the Daunte Wright case.


here is the info

https://www.hg.org/legal-articles/murd​er-charges-in-minnesota-43141

https://blog.oregonlegalresearch.com/​m​innesota-murder-and-manslaughter-statu​tes-criminal-code-chapter-609-2019/
 
2021-04-14 4:29:02 PM  
https://www.cityandstateny.com/articl​e​s/politics/new-york-city/andrew-yangs-​mayoral-campaign-being-run-lobbying-fi​rm.html

Andrew Yang's two campaign managers, his press secretary, his policy director and multiple senior advisers don't actually work for his New York City mayoral campaign. They're employed by Tusk Strategies, a lobbying firm that's regularly hired by clients to advocate for or against bills that are being considered by the City Council and the mayor. And the arrangement raises concerns about what kind of access this lobbying firm - and the private clients that hire Tusk - would have to the mayor if Yang were to win the election.
 
2021-04-14 4:30:46 PM  
Get my 2nd shot of Pfizer next week.
2 weeks to the day after that I am on a mini vaca with my parents, who are fully vaccined.

We are heading to South Dakota to tend the gravesites of my brother and both sets of grandparents.

We usually do this twice a year, but haven't been able to do it in nearly 18 months now due to the Rona and my mom's cancer.

I am happy.
 
2021-04-14 4:32:34 PM  

JulieAzel626: In case you missed it...

Now ex Brooklyn Center officer Kim Potter to be charged with 2nd Degree Manslaughter in the Daunte Wright case.


And she'll have the best defense. Don't feel sorry for her. She'll never see another day in jail after her union bonds her out. Unlike the thousands of others she cheated out of their civil rights over her 26 year career.
 
2021-04-14 4:34:12 PM  

Cornelis de Gyselaer: Sarah just shared this

https://twitter.com/BeschlossDC/status​/1382315628737003520?s=20

that's the lining of Lincoln's coat the night he was shot

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Wow...
 
2021-04-14 4:34:14 PM  
Someone mention Santa Monica Boulevard?

Sheryl Crow - All I Wanna Do (original music video)
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2021-04-14 4:34:31 PM  
He still wants hes GD Grilled Cheese

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2021-04-14 4:35:11 PM  
oh shiat, a Sheryl Crow reference.

<3
 
2021-04-14 4:37:22 PM  
 
2021-04-14 4:37:38 PM  

tudorgurl: Cornelis de Gyselaer: Sarah just shared this

https://twitter.com/BeschlossDC/status​/1382315628737003520?s=20

that's the lining of Lincoln's coat the night he was shot

[Fark user image image 850x537]

Wow...


the henry Ford museum has the chair

They tested for human blood -- guess what?

https://www.thehenryford.org/collectio​ns-and-research/digital-collections/ar​tifact/73805#slide=gs-327207
 
2021-04-14 4:40:30 PM  
 
2021-04-14 4:42:38 PM  
Woodrow says hi to all. I got a fun picture and want to share. I'll leave you all alone now, unless Olive does something cute.
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2021-04-14 4:43:54 PM  

freddyV: This is farked up

https://lawandcrime.com/live-trials/li​ve-trials-current/george-floyd-death/d​erek-chauvin-defense-witness-is-being-​sued-in-another-state-for-allegedly-co​vering-up-black-teens-death-in-police-​custody/


WOW
 
2021-04-14 4:50:15 PM  

BlousyBrown: Woodrow says hi to all. I got a fun picture and want to share. I'll leave you all alone now, unless Olive does something cute.
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Hai Woodrow!!!
 
2021-04-14 4:50:39 PM  

Closed_Minded_Bastage: This weekend we're due to get rain and snow, Markoff mentioned it in the last thread. So I figured I'd better take pictures of our crabapple trees while they are still in bloom, which is early this year. I've got a feeling there won't be many fruit this year as there are no bees, too cold.

[Fark user image image 850x637]

[Fark user image image 850x637]

And congrats to Tudorgirl making this week's newsletter.


I was bummed to read, that nope, crabapples have zero spider repellent effect. GF hates spiders and it seems to be getting worse.
 
2021-04-14 4:51:36 PM  
My brother is about to get his first shot. I am scared for him because he hates needles.
 
2021-04-14 4:55:10 PM  
https://twitter.com/GlennKesslerWP/st​a​tus/1382410284007063560?s=19

In 2009, I traveled to Afghanistan with Defense Secy Gates after Obama announced the troop surge that Biden opposed. Then-Afghan president Karzai told reporters that US troops would be there for another 25 years. A stunned Gates had real trouble keeping a poker face.
 
2021-04-14 4:55:48 PM  
I bought a keeshond

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2021-04-14 4:55:52 PM  

Cornelis de Gyselaer: tudorgurl: Cornelis de Gyselaer: Sarah just shared this

https://twitter.com/BeschlossDC/status​/1382315628737003520?s=20

that's the lining of Lincoln's coat the night he was shot

[Fark user image image 850x537]

Wow...

the henry Ford museum has the chair

They tested for human blood -- guess what?

https://www.thehenryford.org/collectio​ns-and-research/digital-collections/ar​tifact/73805#slide=gs-327207


I get 404 and a demand to accept all cookies just to do a GD search.
 
2021-04-14 4:56:45 PM  
Saw this go by on my tumblr dash:

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It was followed by each "scary label" in bold, each posted by a different user, and each with some sort of standing ovation GIF.

At the end:

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2021-04-14 4:57:14 PM  

whidbey: I envy you day drinker Farkers.    Day smoking, yes.   Alcohol before 5-6 PM just makes me sleepy.


I Drink Alone - George Thorogood and the Destroyers
Youtube 4E9ydw_aDMg
 
2021-04-14 4:57:18 PM  

JulieAzel626: https://twitter.com/GlennKesslerWP/st​a​tus/1382410284007063560?s=19

In 2009, I traveled to Afghanistan with Defense Secy Gates after Obama announced the troop surge that Biden opposed. Then-Afghan president Karzai told reporters that US troops would be there for another 25 years. A stunned Gates had real trouble keeping a poker face.


Hope Malala is a US citizen. Otherwise, just a matter of time before they kill her.
 
2021-04-14 4:57:22 PM  

I am Tom Joad's Complete Lack of Surprise: Closed_Minded_Bastage: This weekend we're due to get rain and snow, Markoff mentioned it in the last thread. So I figured I'd better take pictures of our crabapple trees while they are still in bloom, which is early this year. I've got a feeling there won't be many fruit this year as there are no bees, too cold.

[Fark user image image 850x637]

[Fark user image image 850x637]

And congrats to Tudorgirl making this week's newsletter.

I was bummed to read, that nope, crabapples have zero spider repellent effect. GF hates spiders and it seems to be getting worse.


Citronella mist

https://www.homeadvisor.com/r/indoor-​o​utdoor-spider-control-guide/
 
2021-04-14 4:58:17 PM  

I am Tom Joad's Complete Lack of Surprise: Cornelis de Gyselaer: tudorgurl: Cornelis de Gyselaer: Sarah just shared this

https://twitter.com/BeschlossDC/status​/1382315628737003520?s=20

that's the lining of Lincoln's coat the night he was shot

[Fark user image image 850x537]

Wow...

the henry Ford museum has the chair

They tested for human blood -- guess what?

https://www.thehenryford.org/collectio​ns-and-research/digital-collections/ar​tifact/73805#slide=gs-327207

I get 404 and a demand to accept all cookies just to do a GD search.


hang on
 
2021-04-14 4:59:57 PM  

Cornelis de Gyselaer: I am Tom Joad's Complete Lack of Surprise: Cornelis de Gyselaer: tudorgurl: Cornelis de Gyselaer: Sarah just shared this

https://twitter.com/BeschlossDC/status​/1382315628737003520?s=20

that's the lining of Lincoln's coat the night he was shot

[Fark user image image 850x537]

Wow...

the henry Ford museum has the chair

They tested for human blood -- guess what?

https://www.thehenryford.org/collectio​ns-and-research/digital-collections/ar​tifact/73805#slide=gs-327207

I get 404 and a demand to accept all cookies just to do a GD search.

hang on


It's more than Fark's URL munging -- it's also that Fark can't handle the # or the = in the URL.
 
2021-04-14 5:00:01 PM  
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President Abraham Lincoln was sitting in this rocking chair during a production of Our American Cousin at Ford's Theatre in Washington, DC when he was assassinated on April 14, 1865. Henry Ford purchased the chair in 1929 for the Museum, where it remains one of the most revered objects associated with the "man who saved the Union."

The Lincoln Assassination Chair History 29.1451.1
Originally purchased as part of a parlor suite, the rocking chair was intended for use in a reception room in Ford's Theatre, which opened in 1863. The parlor suite was purchased by Harry Clay Ford (no relation to Henry Ford) manager of the Theatre. However, the comfortable rocking chair began to be used by ushers during their "down" time and the fabric became soiled by their hair oil. This stain is still visible on the back. Sometime in 1864, Harry Ford had the chair moved to his apartment across the alley from the Theatre in a belated attempt to keep it clean.
Beginning with the Theatre's opening in 1863, President Lincoln became a frequent visitor. At some point, Mr. Ford began to supply the president and his party with comfortable seating furniture. Apparently, the president preferred this rocking chair, perhaps, due to his height. On the afternoon of April 14th, the chair was brought to the president's box along with a matching sofa and side chair. After the assassination, the Theatre and its contents was seized by the Federal government.
After its seizure, the chair remained in the private office of the Secretary of War, Edwin Stanton. In 1867, the chair was transferred to the Department of the Interior and then sent to the Smithsonian Institution and placed in storage. For all practical purposes, the chair vanished from the public for half a century. Documentation at the Smithsonian indicates that it was catalogued into the collection in 1902.
An unrelated Civil War event brought the red rocker back into the public eye. In the last year of the War, Jefferson Davis, President of the Confederacy, was captured and his personal belongings were seized by the government. In 1913, the Davis heirs challenged the validity of this action. Their contention was upheld by the United States Attorney General as there had been no legal proceedings to acquire title to Davis's possessions--they remained the property of the heirs. President Woodrow Wilson returned the items by executive order.
In 1927 Mrs. Blanche Chapman Ford, widow of Harry Clay Ford, the man who supplied the rocking chair for the president's box learned of the Davis case. As his widow and heir, she applied for return of her chair in November of that year. The precedent of the Davis disposition was recalled and by order of the War Department (where it had originally been accessioned as a deposit) the chair was ordered returned to its rightful owner, Blanche Ford. In the spring of 1929 the Curator of History at the Smithsonian delivered the rocker to her son.
Mrs. Ford sold the chair at auction through the Anderson Galleries in New York on December 17, 1929. The purchaser was Israel Sack, the dean of antique American furniture dealers, and an agent of Henry Ford. Sack had observed that Ford delighted in furniture that had association with American historical figures. Sack, in turn, offered the chair to Mr. Ford, who purchased it and carefully documented its arrival in Greenfield Village in early 1930. There, the chair resided in the Logan County, Illinois Court House where Lincoln practiced law as a circuit rider in the 1840s. Mr. Ford had moved the Court House to Greenfield Village in 1929--the chair became the centerpiece of his Lincoln collection. In 1979, as part of the institution's fiftieth anniversary, the chair moved from the Court House to the Museum, where it remains today.
By the early 1990s, conservators recognized that the fragile silk upholstery was degrading, even though the chair was always displayed in an exhibit case, requiring action. In preparation for conservation, eleven fabric samples were analyzed to determine the composition of both the fabric and the stains on the upholstery. The results aided conservators and curators in determining which stains should be preserved and which could be removed to minimize damage to the upholstery.
Microscopic analysis determined that calcium sulfate commonly known as plaster of Paris was present in many of the samples, including a large area on the base of the chair back and seat. This stain is consistent with documentation that suggests the chair was stored in a basement after the assassination and prior to its purchase by Mr. Ford.
A preliminary test for blood using the reagent Benzidine yielded positive results in two areas--the front of the seat and near the upper portion of the back. More extensive testing would be required to provide additional information regarding its origin. Given the chair's well-documented history and a lack of available samples of the President's blood and DNA, The Henry Ford has decided not to pursue further testing.
In 1996, following testing, museum conservators carefully cleaned the delicate silk fabric and removed some plaster stains using a tiny spatula. The upholstery was then covered with a thin polyester fabric attached with adhesive and tiny stitches in order to hold the fragile fragments of the fabric together. After treatment the newly conserved chair returned to exhibit in the Museum. In 2006, the chair became a key artifact in a major exhibit on American freedom titled "With Liberty and Justice for All," where it may be seen today.
For decades, visitors to The Henry Ford have sought out the so-called Lincoln Rocker. They are drawn to it not simply because of its role at the center of a tragedy, but as symbol of a beloved president. There is a unique sense of awe and reverence that the chair provides. As such, this rocking chair personifies the sacrifice made by Abraham Lincoln in fashioning a more perfect Union.
President Abraham Lincoln was sitting in this rocking chair during a production of Our American Cousin at Ford's Theatre in Washington, DC when he was assassinated on April 14, 1865. Henry Ford purchased the chair in 1929 for the Museum, where it remains one of the most revered objects associated with the "man who saved the Union."

The Lincoln Assassination Chair History 29.1451.1
Originally purchased as part of a parlor suite, the rocking chair was intended for use in a reception room in Ford's Theatre, which opened in 1863. The parlor suite was purchased by Harry Clay Ford (no relation to Henry Ford) manager of the Theatre. However, the comfortable rocking chair began to be used by ushers during their "down" time and the fabric became soiled by their hair oil. This stain is still visible on the back. Sometime in 1864, Harry Ford had the chair moved to his apartment across the alley from the Theatre in a belated attempt to keep it clean.
Beginning with the Theatre's opening in 1863, President Lincoln became a frequent visitor. At some point, Mr. Ford began to supply the president and his party with comfortable seating furniture. Apparently, the president preferred this rocking chair, perhaps, due to his height. On the afternoon of April 14th, the chair was brought to the president's box along with a matching sofa and side chair. After the assassination, the Theatre and its contents was seized by the Federal government.
After its seizure, the chair remained in the private office of the Secretary of War, Edwin Stanton. In 1867, the chair was transferred to the Department of the Interior and then sent to the Smithsonian Institution and placed in storage. For all practical purposes, the chair vanished from the public for half a century. Documentation at the Smithsonian indicates that it was catalogued into the collection in 1902.
An unrelated Civil War event brought the red rocker back into the public eye. In the last year of the War, Jefferson Davis, President of the Confederacy, was captured and his personal belongings were seized by the government. In 1913, the Davis heirs challenged the validity of this action. Their contention was upheld by the United States Attorney General as there had been no legal proceedings to acquire title to Davis's possessions--they remained the property of the heirs. President Woodrow Wilson returned the items by executive order.
In 1927 Mrs. Blanche Chapman Ford, widow of Harry Clay Ford, the man who supplied the rocking chair for the president's box learned of the Davis case. As his widow and heir, she applied for return of her chair in November of that year. The precedent of the Davis disposition was recalled and by order of the War Department (where it had originally been accessioned as a deposit) the chair was ordered returned to its rightful owner, Blanche Ford. In the spring of 1929 the Curator of History at the Smithsonian delivered the rocker to her son.
Mrs. Ford sold the chair at auction through the Anderson Galleries in New York on December 17, 1929. The purchaser was Israel Sack, the dean of antique American furniture dealers, and an agent of Henry Ford. Sack had observed that Ford delighted in furniture that had association with American historical figures. Sack, in turn, offered the chair to Mr. Ford, who purchased it and carefully documented its arrival in Greenfield Village in early 1930. There, the chair resided in the Logan County, Illinois Court House where Lincoln practiced law as a circuit rider in the 1840s. Mr. Ford had moved the Court House to Greenfield Village in 1929--the chair became the centerpiece of his Lincoln collection. In 1979, as part of the institution's fiftieth anniversary, the chair moved from the Court House to the Museum, where it remains today.
By the early 1990s, conservators recognized that the fragile silk upholstery was degrading, even though the chair was always displayed in an exhibit case, requiring action. In preparation for conservation, eleven fabric samples were analyzed to determine the composition of both the fabric and the stains on the upholstery. The results aided conservators and curators in determining which stains should be preserved and which could be removed to minimize damage to the upholstery.
Microscopic analysis determined that calcium sulfate commonly known as plaster of Paris was present in many of the samples, including a large area on the base of the chair back and seat. This stain is consistent with documentation that suggests the chair was stored in a basement after the assassination and prior to its purchase by Mr. Ford.
A preliminary test for blood using the reagent Benzidine yielded positive results in two areas--the front of the seat and near the upper portion of the back. More extensive testing would be required to provide additional information regarding its origin. Given the chair's well-documented history and a lack of available samples of the President's blood and DNA, The Henry Ford has decided not to pursue further testing.
In 1996, following testing, museum conservators carefully cleaned the delicate silk fabric and removed some plaster stains using a tiny spatula. The upholstery was then covered with a thin polyester fabric attached with adhesive and tiny stitches in order to hold the fragile fragments of the fabric together. After treatment the newly conserved chair returned to exhibit in the Museum. In 2006, the chair became a key artifact in a major exhibit on American freedom titled "With Liberty and Justice for All," where it may be seen today.
For decades, visitors to The Henry Ford have sought out the so-called Lincoln Rocker. They are drawn to it not simply because of its role at the center of a tragedy, but as symbol of a beloved president. There is a unique sense of awe and reverence that the chair provides. As such, this rocking chair personifies the sacrifice made by Abraham Lincoln in fashioning a more perfect Union.
 
2021-04-14 5:00:45 PM  

Cornelis de Gyselaer: I am Tom Joad's Complete Lack of Surprise: Closed_Minded_Bastage: This weekend we're due to get rain and snow, Markoff mentioned it in the last thread. So I figured I'd better take pictures of our crabapple trees while they are still in bloom, which is early this year. I've got a feeling there won't be many fruit this year as there are no bees, too cold.

[Fark user image image 850x637]

[Fark user image image 850x637]

And congrats to Tudorgirl making this week's newsletter.

I was bummed to read, that nope, crabapples have zero spider repellent effect. GF hates spiders and it seems to be getting worse.

Citronella mist

https://www.homeadvisor.com/r/indoor-o​utdoor-spider-control-guide/


Thanks
 
2021-04-14 5:00:51 PM  

JulieAzel626: JulieAzel626: Until the sun comes up over Little Santa Monica Boulevard.

Unfortunately there is no longer a Little Santa Monica Boulevard. I believe it is just called South Santa Monica Boulevard.


More unfortunate these days is many of the things and places that long made Santa Monica Boulevard an interesting place have been forced out of business.

In West Hollywood, long-time heart of Southern California's LGBTQ community, many clubs and venues have been forced to close due to a single landlord who owns most properties in the area raising rent in the middle of Covid-19.

Not sure what the end game is for this property owner, but what made Santa Monica Boulevard in West Hollywood an interesting place bringing thousands of people daily and into the night has been wiped out.
 
2021-04-14 5:03:27 PM  
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2021-04-14 5:07:10 PM  

I am Tom Joad's Complete Lack of Surprise: Cornelis de Gyselaer: I am Tom Joad's Complete Lack of Surprise: Closed_Minded_Bastage: This weekend we're due to get rain and snow, Markoff mentioned it in the last thread. So I figured I'd better take pictures of our crabapple trees while they are still in bloom, which is early this year. I've got a feeling there won't be many fruit this year as there are no bees, too cold.

[Fark user image image 850x637]

[Fark user image image 850x637]

And congrats to Tudorgirl making this week's newsletter.

I was bummed to read, that nope, crabapples have zero spider repellent effect. GF hates spiders and it seems to be getting worse.

Citronella mist

https://www.homeadvisor.com/r/indoor-o​utdoor-spider-control-guide/

Thanks


My pleasure
if you need specific stuff feel free to ask
 
2021-04-14 5:08:12 PM  

Sarah Jessica Farker: [64.media.tumblr.com image 540x676]


you looking to update pin the tail on the donkey?
 
2021-04-14 5:08:34 PM  

Sarah Jessica Farker: Saw this go by on my tumblr dash:

[Fark user image image 540x540]

It was followed by each "scary label" in bold, each posted by a different user, and each with some sort of standing ovation GIF.

At the end:

[Fark user image image 524x171]


I don't understand how any of this information is bad, but I did learn AOC looks to have cankles. She's so young.
 
2021-04-14 5:08:54 PM  
Can this be a real high school pic of Matt Gaetz?

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2021-04-14 5:12:52 PM  
https://twitter.com/AprilDRyan/status/​1382438621672845319?s=19

White House Correspondents' Association (@WHCA) cancels annual dinner for second year in a row due to the pandemic. #WHCA https://t.co/XnDgIxIQCr
 
2021-04-14 5:13:42 PM  
https://twitter.com/sahilkapur/status​/​1382440211032981513?s=19

News: Senate votes 92-6 to proceed to Mazie Hirono's bill to respond to hate crimes against Asian Americans.

This is to begin debate. There isn't agreement yet on the outcome and senators retain the power to filibuster the vote to end debate, which again requires 60 votes.
 
2021-04-14 5:15:40 PM  

freddyV: Can this be a real high school pic of Matt Gaetz?

[Fark user image image 421x480]


You would have to ask girls that were in local grade schools at the time.
 
2021-04-14 5:16:27 PM  

JulieAzel626: https://twitter.com/sahilkapur/status​/​1382440211032981513?s=19

News: Senate votes 92-6 to proceed to Mazie Hirono's bill to respond to hate crimes against Asian Americans.

This is to begin debate. There isn't agreement yet on the outcome and senators retain the power to filibuster the vote to end debate, which again requires 60 votes.


Filibuster on this. Great look, Repuglicans.
 
2021-04-14 5:18:10 PM  

west.la.lawyer: Sarah Jessica Farker: [64.media.tumblr.com image 540x676]

you looking to update pin the tail on the donkey?


socially distant Nazi punching.
 
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