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Ukrainian dogs waiting to eat...


Stunning new NASA pic


No good reason for the DoJ to defend Trump....

There is no good reason for the Department of Justice to defend a former president against charges that he defamed a woman he allegedly raped.

By Elie Mystal

I can’t believe I have to write this, but: Slandering alleged rape victims is not one of the official duties of the president of the United States. This is apparently a confusing and controversial proposition to some. But rest assured, there is nothing in Article II of the US Constitution, and nothing in any part of the US statutory code, not even the footnotes, that lists “defaming alleged rape victims” as one of the privileges or responsibilities of the office of the president.

We could, and in fact do, have a fully functioning Executive Branch without granting civil immunity to presidents who decide to call rape victims “ugly” “liars” in their personal capacity as edgelord bully on Twitter.


IF Carroll rightfully wins 🤞, are the U.S. taxpayers...

on the hook for damages too?

Indeed! 👍 And THANK YOU, again!

From the Nation article:

Garland is not offering a defense.

He’s offering absolute immunity from these charges and is willing to offer it on the taxpayers’ dime.

That’s simply unnecessary. Trump is well capable of paying for (or misappropriating charitable contributions for) his own defense.

Argument in family

DH: Garland can handle anything.
Me: Garland is a holiday decoration.

Nicest thing I can say, since I think Garland is WRONG for the job. And I HOPES HE LOSES and E.C. wins since I believe Trump sexually assaulted her.

Question: If Carroll rightfully wins, are the U.S. taxpayers on the hook❓❓

So, raping a woman was one of Trump's official duties. How fucked up is that ❓

"FBI official: field office agents are whining about prosecuting 1/ 6 attackers

On Raw Story...


Fire them all!!


I know a NASA physicist who had the similar idea as the article above but knowing that aerosols can be a big problem, thought that some kind of huge shields could help. He talked to his branch management about it. This was ~20yrs ago and he was laughed out of the office.

(Btw, believe it or not, most NASA engineers are Republicans. The physicists on the other hand, are all Democrats.)

He should've gone across the field to talk to the atmospheric scientists about his idea. I'm sure others have thought of this and it's about g.d. time that we implement something.


I realize these scientists are trying to help, even cure human cognitive problems.

"Eventually, this type of rat model could be used to study psychiatric disorders, autism or neurodegenerative diseases like Parkinson’s or Alzheimer’s, and even to identify new treatments or test their effectiveness."

However, I'm one of those people who do not believe the end always justifies the means. I also opposed many other animal experimentations, like those in psychology labs. (Had a dozen college hrs. of psych courses myself.)

" Columbus Day" - nope.


"You cannot discover something that was never lost."

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