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I updated the Twitter Files post again, making a good point about leftwing "fact" checking, generally.
Oxfordshire proposes "The Fifteen Minute City," a scheme in which you'd be imprisoned within 15 minutes' distance of your home.
The idea of setting up self-sufficient towns where most people don't need to leave a 15-minute-distance range is fine. But this will be enforced with roadblocks and fines for leaving your prison block.
Klaus Schwab of the World Economic Forum is a huge fan of the scheme.
Here is a Colion Noir video in which he speaks eloquently about the purpose of the 2nd Amendment. At least up to 4:45, and then it turns into an ad...[CBD]
Good summary of the Arizona lawsuits. TL;DR - Arizona law doesn't allow filing until 5 days after certification, so Dec 10th. [DiF]
Podcaster Coffeezilla: I got Sam Bankman-Fried to admit he committed fraud
It's interesting, but Sam Bankman-Fried keeps throwing up more bullshit and refusing to admit he just took other people's money
Police called to Senator Cruz's home over report of teenager engaging in self-harm
The leftwing propaganda attack media will treat this situation with respect and delicacy, obviously.
I don't think the FBI will be instructing their social media monopoly partners to delete mentions of this story. Do you?
Steve Deace
@SteveDeaceShow

Regardless of the outcome of the #GArunoff rest assured the GOP won't even read your tweets with suggestions of what to do differently/better, let alone put them into practice. Because it doesn't care about winning or you, because it hates you.
Now the New York Times is saying it's 95% likely that the crazed abortionist Warnock will win
They say the remaining vote is "overwhelmingly" in Democrat counties. Nice of them to always hold that vote back until the end, huh?
If it's any consolation -- the GOPe was planning to sell you out whether they were in the majority or in the minority or had a tie in the Senate. Your hopes and wishes simply do not matter to them. Now donate to the GOP so they can use your money to pay leftwing consultants like Frank Luntz to tell them exciting new ways to lie to you.
Walker moves ahead of Warnock
And the New York Times disables its Likely Winner needle?
Dr. Benjamin Braddock
@GraduatedBen

I hope Fulton County doesn’t have any plumbing issues tonight
Here's that review of "Deconstructing Karen" I mentioned yesterday
"If you're going to cry, you have to leave the room. Crying is part of white supremacy. Crying is how White Women draw attention to themselves."
Here's the trailer. That's a very short trailer -- it's very hard to find trailers or clips from this movie online. I think they're taking them down because the movie is getting memed so hard.
Settling an argument on the blog from a couple of weeks ago: the rule is that you use "a" before words starting with "h" where "h" is pronounced, and "an" before words starting with "h" where "h" is silent.
This isn't really the whole of the rule, because the "h" in "historic" is pronounced, and yet we're told it's "an historic first," but I guess it's... kinda-sorta sometimes not pronounced? I don't know. I lied, this settles no arguments. Really it just escalates them to the point of violence, which, honestly, was my intention.
There's a rule -- or a tendency -- in English to avoid "hiatus" (another "h"!), which is running two vowel sounds together. Because, to make the vowels sound properly, you have to insert a silence between them -- a hiatus between the sounds. Which is awkward. I think this is why they say "an historic." You do pronounce the "h" in "historic," but if you say "a historic," I think you run into the problem of hiatus, where, to make the sounds clearly, you have to insert a micro-pause between "a" and "historic," which is awkward. Easier, then, to just say "an historic," so you can just run the words together with no hiatus: "anhistoric."
This guy has a lot of videos about the real Secret Rules of English Speech. Or should I say, English Sbeech. Because that's how we usually say it.
Forgotten 80s Mystery Click: Soft Rock Easy Listening Edition
Is everything okay?
I just thought I'd write a song to tell the world how I miss you
'Cause each and every day
I think of all the words I never said and all the chances that I had to
Japan loses to Croatia on penalty kicks after a 1-1 tie
The B-21 Unveiling, live video
Tennessee Jed says it's white rather than matte black. I guess it's a daylight bomber?
Update: It's a jip. They give you sense of the thing's basic outline then they end the "unveiling." The image is blurry like Sasquatch.
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