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Don't take what I say too seriously...I'm a dumb-ass.

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One thousand or so elected and appointed officials across the country enabled the attempted coup

The riot was cover to allow the subversion of the election. For the most part, I really don't care about all the Billy-Bobs that shit all over the Capitol Building. The people I want arrested and permanently banned from holding public office are the ones that violated their oaths and broke laws to reverse the results of a valid election.

Right now, these very same people are preparing to do it all over again.

https://www.democraticunderground.com/100216214099 DUer turbinetree's OP.


Among them are 213 incumbents in elected office and 29 who are running as candidates for positions of power in upcoming elections. There are also 59 military veterans, 31 current or former law enforcement officials, and seven who sit on local school boards.

When the index goes live on Thursday, it will contain a total of 1,404 records of those who played a role in trying to overturn the 2020 election. In addition to the 1,011 individuals, it lists 393 organizations deemed to have played a part in subverting democracy.

Funny, but not...the Onion

The Longest Way

That's Democracy...from a television pilot

I'm reminded yet again of this Far Side cartoon...

Late to the party as always...Giorgio by Moroder

As per usual, something has to become an internet meme before I hear it.

John Prine and Steve Goodman - Souvenirs

Buckethead Wishes Bootsy Collins a Happy 70th Birthday

To honor Bootsy's birthday, Buckethead made this his entire homepage. All of the other links on his site still work but there's no main page to link all of them anymore, just what's on this screenshot. Happy 70th to the legend!

Welcome to BucketheadLand - Aunt Suzie - Familiar Spirit


Dismantling the Zaibatsu in post-war Japan

Yes, the title of the video is click-bait, but that's how YouTube gets your attention. An interesting bit of history and perspective from a Taiwan tech and history channel.

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