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Thanks, Henry. I've never had a problem with Typepad. I keep passwords written down and on keychain. Plus, years ago I gave that outfit some money for a site for my photos but never used :-) The cloud has sure changed things for many of us who need to transfer pictures around.. As far as your link referring to Hannity being worried about Trump..I just checked Hannity's twitter feed and he sure seems to have solid support for PDJT.
Some time ago Rush was speculating Michele Oh would sweep into the D convention and rescue that bunch of sickos. It could be Hillary's trying to make a move in that direction. Yesterday I was on the verge of a massive anxiety attack over what the party of D has been doing. Am off the ledge for the time being. Thank goodness for the smart people at JOM who help get me on the right track! Was prompted me was to try a post here after reading of JIB's plight on FB's JOM site. Wonder what's up on that front.
I'll bet Levin is going super nova by now..
Toggle Commented Sep 24, 2019 on I Can't Take Anymore at JustOneMinute
What a dick Biden is.
Toggle Commented Sep 24, 2019 on I Can't Take Anymore at JustOneMinute
Heh.. No cowboys in the NE. Thank goodness, JIB :-)
Toggle Commented Aug 26, 2019 on Sunday Excitement at JustOneMinute
Caught up to Jane's link to the Obamas' summer home and cruised through the pictures. What a chintzy job that photog did.. ;-) And I'll bet the paycheck for that job was a big one. Love you all!!
Toggle Commented Aug 26, 2019 on Sunday Excitement at JustOneMinute
Mickey Kaus is tweeting/likes this 2015 vid/article on Epstein. Warning: it features Ann Coulter :-)
Toggle Commented Jul 7, 2019 on Meanwhile, Back At The Mall... at JustOneMinute
Speaking of Lehman, Narciso.. RenTech Pulls Cash From Deutsche Bank As Insider Warns Of "Lehman-Style" Scene
Toggle Commented Jul 7, 2019 on Meanwhile, Back At The Mall... at JustOneMinute
And here's the link in JMH's blog about Obama that is really terrific also:
Toggle Commented Jul 7, 2019 on Meanwhile, Back At The Mall... at JustOneMinute
Jane, here's the pertinent link:
Toggle Commented Jul 7, 2019 on Meanwhile, Back At The Mall... at JustOneMinute
Thanks, rich :-) The fuss the lefties are making about the census question really got me riled. They never said boo about BHO's control trying to move it into the WH's orbit. JMH's article on her blog has great links I'm going through. It is not to be missed.
Toggle Commented Jul 6, 2019 on Meanwhile, Back At The Mall... at JustOneMinute
Hey Man Tran, have you heard of this massive landfill in my neck of the woods? Some of the trains you mentioned earlier may be hauling their garbage to this location. It's in a very dry part of the Gorge. Wheat farmers in that area tend to slowly starve to death. Ask me how I know.. ;-)
Toggle Commented Jul 6, 2019 on Meanwhile, Back At The Mall... at JustOneMinute
I've tweeted jim nj's petition on the census but have not seen any takers yet. And JMH's article on her blog about Obama and his maneuvers on the census is not to be missed. Big thanks to all on this great blog :-)
Toggle Commented Jul 6, 2019 on Meanwhile, Back At The Mall... at JustOneMinute
From the 'way back machine.. And since it's behind the paywall I'm including the whole thing. Why Obama Wants Control of the Census By John Fund Updated Feb. 10, 2009 11:59 pm ET President Obama said in his inaugural address that he planned to "restore science to its rightful place" in government. That's a worthy goal. But statisticians at the Commerce Department didn't think it would mean having the director of next year's Census report directly to the White House rather than to the Commerce secretary, as is customary. "There's only one reason to have that high level of White House involvement," a career professional at the Census Bureau tells me. "And it's called politics, not science." The decision was made last week after California Rep. Barbara Lee, chair of the Congressional Black Caucus, and Hispanic groups complained to the White House that Judd Gregg, the Republican senator from New Hampshire slated to head Commerce, couldn't be trusted to conduct a complete Census. The National Association of Latino Officials said it had "serious questions about his willingness to ensure that the 2010 Census produces the most accurate possible count." Anything that threatens the integrity of the Census has profound implications. Not only is it the basis for congressional redistricting, it provides the raw data by which government spending is allocated on everything from roads to schools. The Bureau of Labor Statistics also uses the Census to prepare the economic data that so much of business relies upon. "If the original numbers aren't as hard as possible, the uses they're put to get fuzzier and fuzzier," says Bruce Chapman, who was director of the Census in the 1980s. Mr. Chapman worries about a revival of the effort led by minority groups after the 2000 Census to adjust the totals for states and cities using statistical sampling and computer models. In 1999, the Supreme Court ruled 5-4 in Department of Commerce v. U.S. House that sampling could not be used to reapportion congressional seats. But it left open the possibility that sampling could be used to redraw political boundaries within the states. Such a move would prove controversial. "Sampling potentially has the kind of margin of error an opinion poll has and the same subjectivity a voter-intent standard in a recount has," says Mr. Chapman. Starting in 2000, the Census Bureau conducted three years of studies with the help of many outside statistical experts. According to then Census director Louis Kincannon, the Bureau concluded that "adjustment based on sampling didn't produce improved figures" and could damage Census credibility. The reason? In theory, statisticians can identify general numbers of people missed in a head count. But it cannot then place those abstract "missing people" into specific neighborhoods, let alone blocks. And anyone could go door to door and find out such people don't exist. There can be other anomalies. "The adjusted numbers told us the head count had overcounted the number of Indians on reservations," Mr. Kincannon told me. "That made no sense." The problem of counting minorities and the homeless has long been known. Census Bureau statisticians believe that a vigorous hard count, supplemented by adding in the names of actual people missed by head counters but still found in public records, is likely to lead to a far more defensible count than sampling-based adjustment. The larger debate prompted seven former Census directors -- serving every president from Nixon to George W. Bush -- to sign a letter last year supporting a bill to turn the Census Bureau into an independent agency after the 2010 Census. "It is vitally important that the American public have confidence that the census results have been produced by an independent, non-partisan, apolitical, and scientific Census Bureau," it read. The directors also noted that "each of us experienced times when we could have made much more timely and thorough responses to Congressional requests and oversight if we had dealt directly with Congress." The bill's chief sponsor is New York Democratic Rep. Carolyn Maloney, who represents Manhattan's Upper East Side. "The real issue is who directs the Census, the pros or the pols," says Mr. Chapman. "You would think an administration that's thumping its chest about respecting science would show a little respect for scientists in the statistical field." He worries that a Census director reporting to a hyperpartisan such as White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel increases the chances of a presidential order that would override the consensus of statisticians. The Obama administration is downplaying how closely the White House will oversee the Census Bureau. But Press Secretary Robert Gibbs insists there is "historical precedent" for the Census director to be "working closely with the White House." It would be nice to know what Sen. Gregg thinks about all this, but he's refusing comment. And that, says Mr. Chapman, the former Census director, is damaging his credibility. "He will look neutered with oversight of the most important function of his department over the next two years shipped over to the West Wing," he says. "If I were him, I wouldn't take the job unless I had that changed." Just thought some might be interested in this article. Apologies for the length.
Toggle Commented Jul 6, 2019 on Meanwhile, Back At The Mall... at JustOneMinute
Just stopping by to point out what a t@rd Barack Hussein Obama is.. Former Obama Officials Working To Isolate The Trump Administration On Iran I'm sure he and his cohorts are doing this all over the globe!
Toggle Commented May 31, 2019 on Those Annoying Democratic Governors at JustOneMinute
From the last thread.. Thank you, thank you for the birthday wishes. Very kind of you to remember me. I should have my head examined for starting a one man band business that's controlling a big chunk of my time some years ago. But with my better half not in the best of health (we cannot travel any more) I can go out to the jobs at various times and then finish the photos when I get home and look after him. Try to keep up with JOM as best I can and wish lots of love to all of you. You all are just the best!! :-)
Left a thanks to Extraneus on the last dead thread :-) I think you nailed it. General Flyn was 'way to trusting of those FBI #bozos. But agree it was Weissman who was carrying out higher ups orders and who directly tore down Manafort.
Toggle Commented May 17, 2019 on Bill deBlasio To The Rescue! at JustOneMinute
Big Thanks, Extraneus :-)
Toggle Commented May 17, 2019 on All In Good Fun at JustOneMinute
If anyone is thinking on the General Flynn kerfuffle I'm reading this twitter thread from techno-frog for perspective:
Toggle Commented May 16, 2019 on All In Good Fun at JustOneMinute
Happy Birthday to you Mom, Clarice.
Toggle Commented Apr 15, 2019 on Two Weeks Too Late at JustOneMinute
I must have missed the part of Lesley Stahl's interview on 60 Minutes last evening where she asks Pelosi about her tax returns and why she and Mr Pelosi haven't submitted them for review by the US public.. Heartbreaking news about Notre Dame. I memeber daddy's discourses on that area when his work took him to Paris. If I had better google-fu skills I'd try to track his comments down. DaveinMA?
Toggle Commented Apr 15, 2019 on Two Weeks Too Late at JustOneMinute
Here's one good article about what Levin talked about on Hannity this the Lion of the Senate went to the Rooskies begging for help in defeating Reagan in 1984:
Toggle Commented Mar 30, 2019 on Brexit Remains On The Drawing Board at JustOneMinute
Captain H, that book really confirmed in my mind your black robed tyrants phrase. Have been recommending it to many people on twitter. And when Sharyl Atkinson lost her case on the intrusion of her computer she asked her followers if she should appeal the decision.I recommended her to read Powell's book and then decide :-)
Toggle Commented Mar 26, 2019 on The Resistance Regroups at JustOneMinute
Tom R @ 12:42am If anyone else has some other legit possibilities to explain what happened let me know. I'm sticking with what I said earlier. Since the original position on Mueller of the Ledge dwellers has been completely refuted, that moves the needle in the direction towards my position. We won't know for certain who is correct until all the facts come out and the indictments start flowing. My guess is the floodgates are about to open. I finished reading Sidney Powell's book "License to Lie" about the same time as Captain Hate and I really suggest you read that fine book. There is no way Mueller is the 'white hat' as you describe/believe. Anyone who has Weissman on the SC team as Mueller had cannot be unbiased. Read the book. It explains just how horrible this man Weissman is and the damage he and others like him have done to our legal system.
Toggle Commented Mar 26, 2019 on The Resistance Regroups at JustOneMinute
To A-mom's margarita recipe, I would gently suggest using Midori liqueur instead of the Cointreau. Makes a pretty colored beverage and smoother flavor. And Mr & Mrs T's sweet and sour mix gives just the right tang :-)
Toggle Commented Mar 20, 2019 on Monday Evening at JustOneMinute