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How true Strong vs weak and good vs hard. #Boudica_Bpi

How true Strong vs weak and good vs hard.

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Only Barack Obama #Boudica_Bpi

Only Barack Obama

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All are losers #Boudica_Bpi

All are losers

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Picture This Week via NEO

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Picture This Week via NEO

So, another week in the books.

YANNY, LAUREL, OR….

Muppet Outtakes!!!

Once upon a time, P.J O’Rourke gave a most cogent explanation of why America doesn’t get invaded. You might remember it. In any case, here is the visual aid.

Mom taught us to share, right?

Congratulations to  Kaitlyn Marie, a graduate of Kent State University, class of 2018. Now she can protect herself on campus.

As usual, mostly from PowerLine and Bookworm, and diverse other places. Enjoy!

ps.

And just a royal wedding quibble or two. A couple of my Anglican friends, @DrJulesGomes and Gavin Ashenden had reservations on the Bishop’s message at the royal wedding yesterday. I don’t disagree with them, and the bishop will likely never have a more bully pulpit, But I have my doubts that anybody was really paying all that much attention, it was after all a show wedding, and I don’t know about you, but at my wedding, I had a few other things on my mind beyond what the preacher was preaching at me.

It also struck me that if this was my daughter marrying into the British Royal Family, I’d want her to have the best and that Rolls Royce she went to church in, while a pretty decent car, and rare too, wasn’t considered the best when it was built. This was:

That is a 1936 Packard All Weather Cabriolet V12, which quite a few reviewers at the time thought was a better car than the Rolls Royce. This particular one would have been highly appropriate having both show business and British connections. How does that work, you ask? Well, its original owner was a chap by the name of Charlie Chaplin.

Ask the man who owns one.

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Duty, and Honor

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So this happened, as it should have.

Professor Williams is, of course, correct. But there is more to the story, and what it entails. First Fergus died at Loos, that horrible battle that also cost Rudyard Kipling his only son, not to mention almost 60,000 more British casualties in four days.

At the time of the battle, Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon, then 14 years old, was helping her mother to prepare the family home (actually castle) Glamis for use as a convalescent hospital for men wounded in the war. His death (and his brother being on the missing list) devastated her mother, and much of the work of the conversion fell…

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Something doesn’t smell right

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You have to wonder why this crap happens. Or, you realize the reason, and “take the red pill”:

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This makes total sense

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“Death by a thousand cuts”? “Playing the long game”? I never thought that the 2A was in any way not understandable. I remember in 1965 asking my father to get me something from one of those organizations that sold guns through the mail, and he said they’ll still be there when you turn 18. Voila, GCA 1968.

NO MORE:

Tim said something that I have always said, the reason for the 2A is as the ultimate “check and balance” to preserve all the rest of our rights.

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