• WWIII

    From Andeddu@VERT/AMSTRAD to All on Saturday, March 12, 2022 23:48:00
    Seems like this is only going to go one way. If we sanction them, they'll sanction us... and they're major players in raw metals, grain and oil and gas production. Life is going to get tough for us all if this conflict continues and escalates further. These oil and gas prices are already killing me! Glad I don't have a monster of an engine in my car or a large house to heat up.

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  • From MRO@VERT/BBSESINF to Andeddu on Sunday, March 13, 2022 08:27:00
    Re: WWIII
    By: Andeddu to All on Sat Mar 12 2022 11:48 pm

    Seems like this is only going to go one way. If we sanction them, they'll sanction us... and they're major players in raw metals, grain and oil and gas production. Life is going to get tough for us all if this conflict continues and escalates further. These oil and gas prices are already killing me! Glad I don't have a monster of an engine in my car or a large house to heat up.


    what i dont like hearing is they were fucking with the swine flu virus and trying to make it 50% death rate.

    i dont like anybody fucking with viruses. it's not like we will cure anything, anyways.
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  • From Gamgee@VERT/PALANT to Andeddu on Sunday, March 13, 2022 09:59:00
    Andeddu wrote to All <=-

    Seems like this is only going to go one way. If we sanction them,
    they'll sanction us... and they're major players in raw metals,
    grain and oil and gas production.

    They are not major players in any of that as far as the USA is
    concerned. As a citizen of the USA, I'm not concerned about that. Some
    of you in the EU may be affected more.

    Life is going to get tough for
    us all if this conflict continues and escalates further. These
    oil and gas prices are already killing me! Glad I don't have a
    monster of an engine in my car or a large house to heat up.

    I wouldn't worry too much about that. Things will be quieted down in a
    few weeks.

    Personally I'm thankful to have a monster engine and a large house.


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  • From Arelor@VERT/PALANT to Gamgee on Sunday, March 13, 2022 14:37:00
    Re: Re: WWIII
    By: Gamgee to Andeddu on Sun Mar 13 2022 09:59 am

    Personally I'm thankful to have a monster engine and a large house.

    The good part of having lands is that if there is food shortage you can grow your own vegetables. For small consumption you do not even need fuel, since you can still plow by hand. It is a lot of work but, historically, people in cities have it way worse during crisis.



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  • From Gamgee@VERT/PALANT to Arelor on Sunday, March 13, 2022 17:52:00
    Arelor wrote to Gamgee <=-

    Re: Re: WWIII
    By: Gamgee to Andeddu on Sun Mar 13 2022 09:59 am

    Personally I'm thankful to have a monster engine and a large house.

    The good part of having lands is that if there is food shortage
    you can grow your own vegetables.

    Indeed, and if the lands are large enough, you can likely harvest some
    tasty critters as well.

    For small consumption you do not even need fuel, since you can
    still plow by hand. It is a lot of work but, historically,
    people in cities have it way worse during crisis.

    Yes, and of course you can use animals such as horses (as you well
    know) to do plowing/hauling work also, and they get their fuel from
    the land they are working. :-)

    I don't really garden much these days, because I don't have to and
    don't have the "spare" time for it, but I could if needed. Definitely
    a good skill/knowledge to have.



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  • From Arelor@VERT/PALANT to Gamgee on Sunday, March 13, 2022 19:50:00
    Re: Re: WWIII
    By: Gamgee to Arelor on Sun Mar 13 2022 05:52 pm

    I don't really garden much these days, because I don't have to and
    don't have the "spare" time for it, but I could if needed. Definitely
    a good skill/knowledge to have.


    Actually, I have a lot of trouble coming up with time to tend a harvest, so I have started using opaque plastic sheets to cover the ground and prevent weeds from eating the harvest away.

    Basically, I place the sheets on the ground and make holes through them. Then I plant the tomatoes and their friends through the holes. Since the growth of weeds is drastically cut off, it removes a lot of work. THe bad news is a lot of plants won't do it with such setup (such as potatoes).

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  • From Ogg@VERT/CAPCITY2 to Arelor on Monday, March 14, 2022 08:47:00
    Hello Arelor!

    ** On Sunday 13.03.22 - 19:50, Arelor wrote to Gamgee:

    Basically, I place the sheets on the ground and make holes
    through them. Then I plant the tomatoes and their friends
    through the holes. Since the growth of weeds is drastically
    cut off, it removes a lot of work. THe bad news is a lot of
    plants won't do it with such setup (such as potatoes).

    I have heard that people have pretty good succes using a straw-
    bale technique over the ground for their gardens.


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  • From Arelor@VERT/PALANT to Ogg on Monday, March 14, 2022 12:27:00
    Re: own garden, prevent weeds
    By: Ogg to Arelor on Mon Mar 14 2022 08:47 am

    Hello Arelor!

    ** On Sunday 13.03.22 - 19:50, Arelor wrote to Gamgee:

    Basically, I place the sheets on the ground and make holes
    through them. Then I plant the tomatoes and their friends
    through the holes. Since the growth of weeds is drastically
    cut off, it removes a lot of work. THe bad news is a lot of
    plants won't do it with such setup (such as potatoes).

    I have heard that people have pretty good succes using a straw-
    bale technique over the ground for their gardens.

    How would that work? Do they cover the ground around the plants you intend to grow with straw or something?

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  • From poindexter FORTRAN@VERT/REALITY to Andeddu on Sunday, March 13, 2022 09:09:00
    Andeddu wrote to All <=-

    Seems like this is only going to go one way. If we sanction them,
    they'll sanction us... and they're major players in raw metals, grain
    and oil and gas production. Life is going to get tough for us all if
    this conflict continues and escalates further. These oil and gas prices are already killing me!

    The numbers I've seen don't indicate that we get a small, but significant amount of oil from Russia. I'm more concerned about Europe as they appear to be much more reliant on oil and natural gas from Russia given the proximity.

    Boy, it'd be nice if US oil companies and OPEC would boost supply, but why would they when they're reaping the profits?

    Glad I don't have a monster of an engine in my
    car or a large house to heat up.

    I was debating about selling my Prius and getting something a little bigger.
    I think I'm keeping it around a little longer. It's paid off and gets 52
    mpg - higher when I plug it in!




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  • From MRO@VERT/BBSESINF to Arelor on Monday, March 14, 2022 13:40:00
    Re: own garden, prevent weeds
    By: Arelor to Ogg on Mon Mar 14 2022 12:27 pm

    How would that work? Do they cover the ground around the plants you intend to grow with straw or something?


    yep. you still get weeds,though.
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  • From MRO@VERT/BBSESINF to poindexter FORTRAN on Monday, March 14, 2022 13:45:00
    Re: Re: WWIII
    By: poindexter FORTRAN to Andeddu on Sun Mar 13 2022 09:09 am

    Andeddu wrote to All <=-

    Seems like this is only going to go one way. If we sanction them, they'll sanction us... and they're major players in raw metals, grain and oil and gas production. Life is going to get tough for us all if this conflict continues and escalates further. These oil and gas prices are already killing me!

    The numbers I've seen don't indicate that we get a small, but significant amount of oil from Russia. I'm more concerned about Europe as they appear to be much more reliant on oil and natural gas from Russia given the proximity.
    you're concerned about europe? yeah ok



    Boy, it'd be nice if US oil companies and OPEC would boost supply, but

    why
    would they when they're reaping the profits?

    why are you grouping those together? dont you know who runs opec? apparently not.

    also why arent we pumping oil and boost the supply.

    FJB is why. he hates the oil companies and fracking.
    he's not letting those companies do what they must.

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  • From poindexter FORTRAN@VERT/REALITY to Arelor on Monday, March 14, 2022 07:59:00
    Arelor wrote to Gamgee <=-

    The good part of having lands is that if there is food shortage you can grow your own vegetables.

    I'd love to have a backup food production plan, more concerned about
    obtaining water for said crops when SHTF.

    I suppose a rainwater catch system is required. I seem to recall one of the
    US states claiming that rainwater reclamation on your own land was illegal because the water belonged to the state's water table, or some such
    nonsense.


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  • From Andeddu@VERT/AMSTRAD to Gamgee on Tuesday, March 15, 2022 19:21:00
    Re: Re: WWIII
    By: Gamgee to Andeddu on Sun Mar 13 2022 09:59 am

    They are not major players in any of that as far as the USA is
    concerned. As a citizen of the USA, I'm not concerned about that. Some
    of you in the EU may be affected more.

    Well I heard they produce around 20% of the world's grain along with Ukraine who are responsible for around 10% of the world's grain. This will have massive implications as Ukraine may miss an entire harvest due to the war and Russia will be sanctioning the trade of commodities with the West. We in Europe are highly dependent on imports from that area. The BBC have already reported that food inflation will go up by around 15% this year.

    I wouldn't worry too much about that. Things will be quieted down in a
    few weeks.

    Personally I'm thankful to have a monster engine and a large house.

    We just do things differently here. It's rare to see big SUV style cars or gas guzzlers and land is expensive as we are all normally hearded into crowded and densely populated areas. Sometimes I am envious of you Yanks.

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  • From Dumas Walker@VERT/CAPCITY2 to POINDEXTER FORTRAN on Tuesday, March 15, 2022 16:42:00
    I'd love to have a backup food production plan, more concerned about obtaining water for said crops when SHTF.

    Yes on both counts.

    I suppose a rainwater catch system is required. I seem to recall one of the US states claiming that rainwater reclamation on your own land was illegal because the water belonged to the state's water table, or some such
    nonsense.

    And it was not California??? :O California and Texas are the first two
    that pop into mind for some reason.


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  • From MRO@VERT/BBSESINF to Dumas Walker on Tuesday, March 15, 2022 18:14:00
    Re: Re: WWIII
    By: Dumas Walker to POINDEXTER FORTRAN on Tue Mar 15 2022 04:42 pm

    I'd love to have a backup food production plan, more concerned about obtaining water for said crops when SHTF.

    Yes on both counts.

    I suppose a rainwater catch system is required. I seem to recall one of the US states claiming that rainwater reclamation on your own land was illegal because the water belonged to the state's water table, or some such
    nonsense.

    And it was not California??? :O California and Texas are the first two that pop into mind for some reason.


    there's some states with restrictions. it's probably for good reasons.
    you can collect rainwater in every state i'm pretty sure.

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  • From Arelor@VERT/PALANT to poindexter FORTRAN on Tuesday, March 15, 2022 18:03:00
    Re: Re: WWIII
    By: poindexter FORTRAN to Arelor on Mon Mar 14 2022 07:59 am

    Arelor wrote to Gamgee <=-

    The good part of having lands is that if there is food shortage you can grow y
    own vegetables.

    I'd love to have a backup food production plan, more concerned about obtaining water for said crops when SHTF.

    I suppose a rainwater catch system is required. I seem to recall one of the US states claiming that rainwater reclamation on your own land was illegal because
    the water belonged to the state's water table, or some such
    nonsense.


    I am also lucky there, because water is plenty. Some would say it is too plenty.

    If S really HTF then I can guarantee nobody is gonna care if you set humidity traps
    like they do in the desert to condense water from the air or whatever.

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  • From Arelor@VERT/PALANT to Andeddu on Tuesday, March 15, 2022 18:07:00
    Re: Re: WWIII
    By: Andeddu to Gamgee on Tue Mar 15 2022 07:21 pm

    Well I heard they produce around 20% of the world's grain along with Ukraine who ar
    responsible for around 10% of the world's grain. This will have massive implication
    as Ukraine may miss an entire harvest due to the war and Russia will be sanctioning
    the trade of commodities with the West. We in Europe are highly dependent on import
    from that area. The BBC have already reported that food inflation will go up by aro
    15% this year.


    Horse feeds are getting their price slightly inflated, but since the area I live in is
    a grain producing Juggernaught, it is not dangerous inflation and I doubt it will be.
    Maybe we should repurpose some potato fields for grain for a change.

    Something nobody is mentioning is fertilizers are going through the roof because
    industrial ones are made from fossile fuels. Now, those not using cattle and horse
    poop are gonna suffer the price this year.

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  • From Moondog@VERT/CAVEBBS to poindexter FORTRAN on Tuesday, March 15, 2022 13:40:00
    Re: Re: WWIII
    By: poindexter FORTRAN to Andeddu on Sun Mar 13 2022 09:09 am

    Andeddu wrote to All <=-

    Seems like this is only going to go one way. If we sanction them, they'll sanction us... and they're major players in raw metals, grain and oil and gas production. Life is going to get tough for us all if this conflict continues and escalates further. These oil and gas prices are already killing me!

    The numbers I've seen don't indicate that we get a small, but significant amount of oil from Russia. I'm more concerned about Europe as they appear to be much more reliant on oil and natural gas from Russia given the proximity.

    Boy, it'd be nice if US oil companies and OPEC would boost supply, but why would they when they're reaping the profits?

    Glad I don't have a monster of an engine in my
    car or a large house to heat up.

    I was debating about selling my Prius and getting something a little bigger. I think I'm keeping it around a little longer. It's paid off and gets 52
    mpg - higher when I plug it in!




    ... Where is the edge?
    Last I checked we were getting like 9% of our oil from Russia. I 'd prefer
    to get none at all. I find it crazy to hear people discussing getting oil fro m Iran or Venezuela. It's trading one evil for another

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  • From Moondog@VERT/CAVEBBS to poindexter FORTRAN on Tuesday, March 15, 2022 13:52:00
    Re: Re: WWIII
    By: poindexter FORTRAN to Arelor on Mon Mar 14 2022 07:59 am

    Arelor wrote to Gamgee <=-

    The good part of having lands is that if there is food shortage you can grow your own vegetables.

    I'd love to have a backup food production plan, more concerned about obtaining water for said crops when SHTF.

    I suppose a rainwater catch system is required. I seem to recall one of the US states claiming that rainwater reclamation on your own land was illegal because the water belonged to the state's water table, or some such nonsense.


    ... Abandon desire

    Some states claim the rain belongs to them. In places like Colorado, they've had housing developers re-route small rivers and streams to flow on to people's properties to give them that picturesque view. Basically it boils down to preventing water from being denied to people who had natural access to it befo re. If you want to be all sneaky about it, I've seen large plastic tanks designed to fit under decks that connect to your gutter system. My parents have a cistern by the house that collects water. We'd lower a sump pump on a chain and pump water into the sprayer. When the power would go out, we could draw water from it for washing, and use bottled water for drinking.

    I've been considering learning how to process bio diesel for heating my home, and the biggest obstacle is I don't want to waste my well water on the glycerine flushing cycle of the process. I was storing water from my
    basement dehumidifer in plastic barrels to be used in power washing things.

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  • From MRO@VERT/BBSESINF to Moondog on Wednesday, March 16, 2022 00:54:00
    Re: Re: WWIII
    By: Moondog to poindexter FORTRAN on Tue Mar 15 2022 01:40 pm

    Last I checked we were getting like 9% of our oil from Russia. I 'd prefer to get none at all. I find it crazy to hear people discussing getting oil fro m Iran or Venezuela. It's trading one evil for another

    hey it's putin's fault! it's all his fault for everything. build back better would have worked!!! :D
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  • From Moondog@VERT/CAVEBBS to MRO on Wednesday, March 16, 2022 12:17:00
    Re: Re: WWIII
    By: MRO to Dumas Walker on Tue Mar 15 2022 06:14 pm

    Re: Re: WWIII
    By: Dumas Walker to POINDEXTER FORTRAN on Tue Mar 15 2022 04:42 pm

    I'd love to have a backup food production plan, more concerned about obtaining water for said crops when SHTF.

    Yes on both counts.

    I suppose a rainwater catch system is required. I seem to recall one of the US states claiming that rainwater reclamation on your own land was illegal because the water belonged to the state's water table, or some such
    nonsense.

    And it was not California??? :O California and Texas are the first two that pop into mind for some reason.


    there's some states with restrictions. it's probably for good reasons.
    you can collect rainwater in every state i'm pretty sure.

    The purpose is not to impede the natural water flow, as in build private dams and resevoirs or route water from existing that is necessary for farms and wildlife. Problem is it can aslo go against the guy with the car dealership w ho washes and details cars with water collected in a 2000 gallon tank on his dealership's roof.

    Imagine having a home in a scenic valley where there's a pond fed by a creek, then come home after a week fo vacation to find the creek dried and the pond dried up. After following the creek's source, you find the guy who built
    his vacation home upstream from you has redirected the creek to run through
    his property to fill a pond or small lake. imagine if you were to sell your property when this ahppens, and the proerty's values tank because all the
    water features that made it worth more are now gone?

    Believe it or not I think Washington State has strict water laws desptie
    being a Pacific northwaest state that rains all the time

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  • From Moondog@VERT/CAVEBBS to MRO on Wednesday, March 16, 2022 12:20:00
    Re: Re: WWIII
    By: MRO to Moondog on Wed Mar 16 2022 12:54 am

    Re: Re: WWIII
    By: Moondog to poindexter FORTRAN on Tue Mar 15 2022 01:40 pm

    Last I checked we were getting like 9% of our oil from Russia. I 'd pref to get none at all. I find it crazy to hear people discussing getting oi fro m Iran or Venezuela. It's trading one evil for another

    hey it's putin's fault! it's all his fault for everything. build back bette

    haha. Why were we buying oil from this unstable despot in the first place?

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  • From poindexter FORTRAN@VERT/REALITY to Andeddu on Wednesday, March 16, 2022 06:28:00
    Andeddu wrote to Gamgee <=-

    We just do things differently here. It's rare to see big SUV style cars
    or gas guzzlers and land is expensive as we are all normally hearded
    into crowded and densely populated areas. Sometimes I am envious of you Yanks.

    I thought metro US areas were the most expensive, barring European capitals. California real estate in San Francisco and San Jose is crazy.

    We've been watching too many "House Hunters International" and "Escape to
    the Country" on HGTV, thinking we'll sell when we retire and end up with a little empty-nest place in the Cotswalds for what we paid for a down payment here on the California coast. I've already got a barn coat and old Land
    Rover picked out.



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  • From poindexter FORTRAN@VERT/REALITY to Moondog on Wednesday, March 16, 2022 06:30:00
    Moondog wrote to poindexter FORTRAN <=-

    Some states claim the rain belongs to them. In places like Colorado, they've had housing developers re-route small rivers and streams to
    flow on to people's properties to give them that picturesque view.

    I can't imagine the mentality of someone who would do such a thing,
    oblivious to the downstream (no pun intended) consequences.

    Basically it boils down to preventing water from being denied to people who had natural access to it befo re. If you want to be all sneaky
    about it, I've seen large plastic tanks designed to fit under decks
    that connect to your gutter system.

    That's a great idea, much less obvious than a large round tank sitting out
    in the yard.


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  • From Denn@VERT/OUTWEST to MRO on Thursday, March 17, 2022 08:40:00
    Re: Re: WWIII
    By: MRO to Moondog on Wed Mar 16 2022 12:54 am

    Last I checked we were getting like 9% of our oil from Russia. I 'd
    prefer to get none at all. I find it crazy to hear people discussing
    getting oil fro m Iran or Venezuela. It's trading one evil for
    another

    hey it's putin's fault! it's all his fault for everything. build back better would have worked!!! :D

    Lol, Don't you just love the Democrat blame game? :)

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  • From Moondog@VERT/CAVEBBS to poindexter FORTRAN on Thursday, March 17, 2022 12:05:00
    Re: Re: WWIII
    By: poindexter FORTRAN to Moondog on Wed Mar 16 2022 06:30 am

    Moondog wrote to poindexter FORTRAN <=-

    Some states claim the rain belongs to them. In places like Colorado, they've had housing developers re-route small rivers and streams to flow on to people's properties to give them that picturesque view.

    I can't imagine the mentality of someone who would do such a thing, oblivious to the downstream (no pun intended) consequences.

    Basically it boils down to preventing water from being denied to people who had natural access to it befo re. If you want to be all sneaky about it, I've seen large plastic tanks designed to fit under decks that connect to your gutter system.

    That's a great idea, much less obvious than a large round tank sitting out in the yard.


    ... How would someone else do it?

    Bury a large plastic tank in your yard and use it like a cistern. when it's full, turn a valve and let it drain into your yard or garden. Add a submersible pump, and connect it to you sprinkler system or power washer.

    Regarding the diverting of rivers, consider the property values in a palce
    such as Vale, Colorado, and consider how rich some of thsoe people must be. I
    live in southwest Michigan, and a property down the road from me was listed for $8 million a few years ago. People with big money like that are williung to landscape and create features they cannot naturally obtain.

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  • From MRO@VERT/BBSESINF to Denn on Thursday, March 17, 2022 13:13:00
    Re: Re: WWIII
    By: Denn to MRO on Thu Mar 17 2022 08:40 am

    Re: Re: WWIII
    By: MRO to Moondog on Wed Mar 16 2022 12:54 am

    Last I checked we were getting like 9% of our oil from Russia. I 'd
    prefer to get none at all. I find it crazy to hear people discussing
    getting oil fro m Iran or Venezuela. It's trading one evil for
    another

    hey it's putin's fault! it's all his fault for everything. build back better would have worked!!! :D

    Lol, Don't you just love the Democrat blame game? :)


    i loved it when biden blamed everything on putin and he stopped and looked around to see if people believed his bullshit.
    fucking transparent puppet.
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  • From Denn@VERT/OUTWEST to MRO on Friday, March 18, 2022 01:32:00
    Re: Re: WWIII
    By: MRO to Denn on Thu Mar 17 2022 01:13 pm

    Last I checked we were getting like 9% of our oil from Russia. I
    'd prefer to get none at all. I find it crazy to hear people
    discussing getting oil fro m Iran or Venezuela. It's trading one
    evil for another

    hey it's putin's fault! it's all his fault for everything. build
    back better would have worked!!! :D

    Lol, Don't you just love the Democrat blame game? :)


    i loved it when biden blamed everything on putin and he stopped and looked around to see if people believed his bullshit. fucking transparent puppet.

    Even the Biden ass kissers don't believe him, they're along for the cushy ride.

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  • From MRO@VERT/BBSESINF to Denn on Friday, March 18, 2022 04:08:00
    Re: Re: WWIII
    By: Denn to MRO on Fri Mar 18 2022 01:32 am

    looked around to see if people believed his bullshit. fucking transparent puppet.

    Even the Biden ass kissers don't believe him, they're along for the cushy ride.


    you notice that poindexter loved to trash trump but he hasn't said one good thing about biden.
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  • From Denn@VERT/OUTWEST to MRO on Friday, March 18, 2022 12:19:00
    Re: Re: WWIII
    By: MRO to Denn on Fri Mar 18 2022 04:08 am

    looked around to see if people believed his bullshit. fucking
    transparent puppet.

    Even the Biden ass kissers don't believe him, they're along for the
    cushy ride.


    you notice that poindexter loved to trash trump but he hasn't said one good thing about biden.

    I've noticed that about all Democrats and Rino's.
    poindexter is just being a total ass right now.

    Hunter's Laptop problems are heating up.


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  • From Dumas Walker@VERT/CAPCITY2 to MRO on Friday, March 18, 2022 16:28:00
    i loved it when biden blamed everything on putin and he stopped and looked aro
    d to see if people believed his bullshit.
    fucking transparent puppet.

    I love that back when he was campaigning he tweeted that he would not play
    the blame game and blame things on others.


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  • From Denn@VERT/OUTWEST to Dumas Walker on Friday, March 18, 2022 23:11:00
    Re: Re: WWIII
    By: Dumas Walker to MRO on Fri Mar 18 2022 04:28 pm

    i loved it when biden blamed everything on putin and he stopped and
    looked aro d to see if people believed his bullshit.
    fucking transparent puppet.

    I love that back when he was campaigning he tweeted that he would not play the blame game and blame things on others.

    and when he said "the buck stops here" then imedeatly blamed Trump for everything.

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  • From MRO@VERT/BBSESINF to Denn on Saturday, March 19, 2022 02:06:00
    Re: Re: WWIII
    By: Denn to MRO on Fri Mar 18 2022 12:19 pm

    I've noticed that about all Democrats and Rino's.
    poindexter is just being a total ass right now.

    Hunter's Laptop problems are heating up.


    i have the txt msgs from his laptop. hunter biden is a sick motherfucker.
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  • From Dumas Walker@VERT/CAPCITY2 to DENN on Saturday, March 19, 2022 11:00:00
    i loved it when biden blamed everything on putin and he stopped and
    looked aro d to see if people believed his bullshit.
    fucking transparent puppet.

    I love that back when he was campaigning he tweeted that he would not pla
    the blame game and blame things on others.

    and when he said "the buck stops here" then imedeatly blamed Trump for everything.

    Yes, as most of the problems keep getting worse, or didn't exist at all
    when Trump was President, I cannot imagine how people eat that up, but some
    of them still do.


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  • From poindexter FORTRAN@VERT/REALITY to Moondog on Friday, March 18, 2022 07:09:00
    Moondog wrote to poindexter FORTRAN <=-

    Regarding the diverting of rivers, consider the property values in a
    palce such as Vale, Colorado, and consider how rich some of thsoe
    people must be. I
    live in southwest Michigan, and a property down the road from me was listed for $8 million a few years ago. People with big money like that are williung to landscape and create features they cannot naturally obtain.

    Rich people turned the California desert into golf courses. It's insane.


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  • From Denn@VERT/OUTWEST to MRO on Saturday, March 19, 2022 15:15:00
    Re: Re: WWIII
    By: MRO to Denn on Sat Mar 19 2022 02:06 am

    I've noticed that about all Democrats and Rino's.
    poindexter is just being a total ass right now.

    Hunter's Laptop problems are heating up.


    i have the txt msgs from his laptop. hunter biden is a sick motherfucker.

    You know the laptop issue is about to explode when the New York Times has a story that back's it's authenticity.
    the NYT's is trying to get out in front of this story, they ran cover for the Bidens over the laptop from HELL for nearly 2 years.

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  • From Denn@VERT/OUTWEST to Dumas Walker on Saturday, March 19, 2022 15:22:00
    Re: Re: WWIII
    By: Dumas Walker to DENN on Sat Mar 19 2022 11:00 am

    i loved it when biden blamed everything on putin and he stopped and
    looked aro d to see if people believed his bullshit.
    fucking transparent puppet.

    I love that back when he was campaigning he tweeted that he would
    not pla the blame game and blame things on others.

    and when he said "the buck stops here" then imedeatly blamed Trump for
    everything.

    Yes, as most of the problems keep getting worse, or didn't exist at all when Trump was President, I cannot imagine how people eat that up, but some of them still do.

    the Democrats have a base that have been brainwashed to vote for them no matter what.
    Some however are waking up and switching party affiliations.


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  • From Dumas Walker@VERT/CAPCITY2 to DENN on Saturday, March 19, 2022 12:51:00
    Hunter's Laptop problems are heating up.

    In 2020, the White House said "the laptop" was Russian disinformation.

    This past week, both the NY Times and NY Post reported of it existence. So
    I guess we should call the line above White House disinformation? Psaki disinformation? Biden disinformation? Some disinformation for sure, but
    it isn't apparently Russian.


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  • From Denn@VERT/OUTWEST to Dumas Walker on Saturday, March 19, 2022 20:57:00
    Re: Re: WWIII
    By: Dumas Walker to DENN on Sat Mar 19 2022 12:51 pm

    Hunter's Laptop problems are heating up.

    In 2020, the White House said "the laptop" was Russian disinformation.

    This past week, both the NY Times and NY Post reported of it existence. So I guess we should call the line above White House disinformation? Psaki disinformation? Biden disinformation? Some disinformation for sure, but
    it isn't apparently Russian.

    NYT confirmed it is Hunter's laptop.
    Kind of hard to deny all the phot's and emails of hunters.
    All the fake news outlets kept calling it a fake story, their silence now makes it clear they were involved in the coverup.

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  • From Denn@VERT/OUTWEST to Dumas Walker on Saturday, March 19, 2022 21:01:00
    Re: Re: WWIII
    By: Denn to Dumas Walker on Sat Mar 19 2022 08:57 pm

    In 2020, the White House said "the laptop" was Russian
    disinformation.

    This past week, both the NY Times and NY Post reported of it
    existence. So I guess we should call the line above White House

    it isn't apparently Russian.

    NYT confirmed it is Hunter's laptop.
    Kind of hard to deny all the phot's and emails of hunters.

    Oh Oh now the two wank brothers are going to critisize me for accidently leaving the "o" off of Photo's.

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  • From Arelor@VERT/PALANT to poindexter FORTRAN on Sunday, March 20, 2022 09:40:00
    Re: Re: WWIII
    By: poindexter FORTRAN to Moondog on Fri Mar 18 2022 07:09 am

    Rich people turned the California desert into golf courses. It's insane.


    Hey, maybe that is a valid stragety against desertization. Now that we are not producing Spagetti Westerns, we could as well turn Almerías Desert into a greenery for tourists and stuffs.

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  • From Dumas Walker@VERT/CAPCITY2 to DENN on Sunday, March 20, 2022 11:11:00
    NYT confirmed it is Hunter's laptop.
    Kind of hard to deny all the phot's and emails of hunters.

    Oh Oh now the two wank brothers are going to critisize me for accidently leaving the "o" off of Photo's.

    I understood you, but I did chuckle when I saw it because I immediately
    had a similar thought about it... Denn is going to catch more grief for
    that.

    Sometimes my brain thinks faster than my hands can type... or maybe that is vise-versa. I am not sure. :)


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  • From Denn@VERT/OUTWEST to Dumas Walker on Sunday, March 20, 2022 18:41:00
    Re: Re: WWIII
    By: Dumas Walker to DENN on Sun Mar 20 2022 11:11 am

    NYT confirmed it is Hunter's laptop.
    Kind of hard to deny all the phot's and emails of hunters.

    Oh Oh now the two wank brothers are going to critisize me for
    accidently leaving the "o" off of Photo's.

    I understood you, but I did chuckle when I saw it because I immediately had a similar thought about it... Denn is going to catch more grief for that.

    Yes they seem to go in cycle's they critisize for awhile trying to get a reation, acting like professor's (in their own minds) must be their time of the month.

    Sometimes my brain thinks faster than my hands can type... or maybe that is vise-versa. I am not sure. :)

    I log in after a gruelling day at work.
    If I wanted to take the time and be an ass I could do the same to them.
    I just tell them to piss off then I move on.

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  • From poindexter FORTRAN@VERT/REALITY to Denn on Saturday, March 19, 2022 09:35:00
    Denn wrote to Dumas Walker <=-

    and when he said "the buck stops here" then imedeatly blamed Trump for everything.


    "I take full responsibility - it's not my fault!"

    --Donald Trump


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  • From Denn@VERT/OUTWEST to poindexter FORTRAN on Monday, March 21, 2022 23:50:00
    Re: Re: WWIII
    By: poindexter FORTRAN to Denn on Sat Mar 19 2022 09:35 am

    and when he said "the buck stops here" then imedeatly blamed Trump
    for everything.


    "I take full responsibility - it's not my fault!"

    Actually I think you put it closer to how he actually said it.


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  • From Denn@VERT/OUTWEST to poindexter FORTRAN on Tuesday, March 22, 2022 10:55:00
    Re: Re: WWIII
    By: poindexter FORTRAN to Denn on Sat Mar 19 2022 09:35 am

    and when he said "the buck stops here" then imedeatly blamed Trump
    for everything.


    "I take full responsibility - it's not my fault!"

    --Donald Trump

    You spelled Joe Biden wrong.
    Here is what Trump actually said "I take full responsibility. It's not my fault that it came here," meaning COVID-19

    Then he said this - "It's China's fault. You know what, it's not Joe's fault that it came here either. It's China's fault. They kept it from going into the rest of China, for the most part, but they didn't keep it from coming out to the world including Europe and ourselves."

    Anything can be taken out of context.
    Robert Reich is the one that started this out of context crap.
    Context matters.

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  • From Denn@VERT/OUTWEST to poindexter FORTRAN on Tuesday, March 22, 2022 10:58:00
    Re: Re: WWIII
    By: Denn to poindexter FORTRAN on Mon Mar 21 2022 11:50 pm

    and when he said "the buck stops here" then imedeatly blamed Trump
    for everything.


    "I take full responsibility - it's not my fault!"

    Actually I think you put it closer to how he actually said it.

    I was tired when I got home from work last night and didn't notice the Trump at the bottom, but I'm sure you know that's a quote taken way out of context by Robert Reich.

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  • From Dream Master@VERT/CAUGHT to poindexter FORTRAN on Wednesday, March 23, 2022 12:09:00
    Re: Re: WWIII
    By: poindexter FORTRAN to Moondog on Wed Mar 16 2022 06:30 am

    Some states claim the rain belongs to them. In places like Colorado, they've had housing developers re-route small rivers and streams to flow on to people's properties to give them that picturesque view.

    Ironically, the law changed a few years ago that allowed residents served by Denver Water to capture rain water runoff for personal use.

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