Sunday, June 26, 2022

Okay. Now the protests have gone just a little too far over this Roe shit...

 There's a joke I've known since I was probably 11 years old that applies to this... 

There's a little boy and a little girl in a backyard swimming pool and the boy says to the little girl - 'I'll take my bathing suit off if you take yours off'. So they both go commando and the little boys starts laughing at the little girl. 
The girl asks him what he's laughing at and the boy says 'Look between my legs! I have one of these and you don't!".
The little girl - very calmly - says 'I don't know why you're laughing. My Mommy told me 'with one of these I can get as many of those as I want...'
I'm thinking the little girl grew up to be pretty angry about a lot of things...
 
A number of pro-choice Americans on Saturday were pushing for a 
nationwide sex strike after the Supreme Court struck down Roe v. Wade, 
with one woman telling The New York Post, “I think it’s absolutely valid for us 
to be withholding the Holy Grail that men seem to think is important.”
 
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President Biden said Sunday that the Group of Seven (G7) nations will ban Russian gold imports to further impose financial costs on Moscow for its invasion of Ukraine.  
“The United States has imposed unprecedented costs on Putin to deny him the revenue he needs to fund his war against Ukraine,” Biden tweeted on Sunday. “Together, the G7 will announce that we will ban the import of Russian gold, a major export that rakes in tens of billions of dollars for Russia.” 
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I'm tellin' ya - you just cannot make this shit up. If it's too crazy to be true, it usually is, and there's usually a lawyer somewhere in the background...
A new lawsuit alleges that Costco, by trying to cut costs for their rotisserie chickens, is violating animal welfare laws. Costco sells the popular Kirkland Signature rotisserie chicken for $4.99 each.
Legal Impact for Chickens, the group behind the lawsuit, claimed, “Costco’s directors and officers have violated their fiduciary duty by knowingly causing Costco to neglect and abandon chickens in violation of state law” - namely, in Nebraska and Iowa where the company keeps chickens.
The lawsuit also claimed that the wholesale retailer bred their chickens so quickly that “many of them cannot stand under their own weight.”
“Costco then sends millions of these fast-growing birds to dirty, crowded, factory farms, run by inexperienced contract growers who Costco recruited and trained. There, disabled birds slowly die from hunger, thirst, injury, and illness,” the lawsuit continues.
The lawsuit draws upon a 2021 New York Times article and an undercover investigation from the animal welfare group Mercy for Animals as proof that the mistreatment of the chickens has become public knowledge.
 
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Okay. Time to get serious again...
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Late Friday, law enforcement in Arizona used tear gas to disperse a crowd of abortion rights supporters protesting outside the State Capitol in Phoenix.
"Troopers deployed tear gas after a crowd of protesters repeatedly pounded on the glass doors of the State Senate Building."
Sure looks like an insurrection to me...
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Illinois, California and Florida.Go figure...
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1 comment:

  1. So, are the domestic terrorists banging away on the AZ senate going to be held in solitary confinement?

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I'm sensing a degree of instability here...

Charles Hew Crooks, 23, opened his side cockpit window at 3,500ft and 'may have gotten sick', before 'getting up from his seat, ...