Saturday October 12th – Open Thread

Our Father, who art in heaven, hallowed be thy Name. Thy kingdom come. THY WILL BE DONE, on earth as it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread. And forgive us our trespasses, as we forgive those who trespass against us. And lead us not into temptation, but DELIVER US FROM EVIL.

For Thine is the kingdom and the power and the glory, forever and ever. Amen †

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102 Responses to Saturday October 12th – Open Thread

  1. citizen817 says:

    Happy Caturday!

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  2. citizen817 says:


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  3. Deplorable_Infidel says:

    The One Essential Thing

    The place of the Word in the life of the believer is settled once and for all in the inspired record of one of our Lord’s visits to the home of Mary and Martha (Luke 10:38-42).

    Commentaries on this passage generally point out that both Mary and Martha had their good points! This, of course, is true, but if we limit ourselves to this observation we rob the account of its intended lesson, for our Lord did not commend both sisters for their “good points.” He reproved Martha and commended and defended Mary with regard to one particular matter.

    What, exactly, was Mary commended for? How often she has been portrayed as an example to us to spend more time with the Lord in prayer! But this is missing the point of the passage. Mary was not praying; she “sat at Jesus’ feet, and HEARD HIS WORD.” She just sat there, drinking in all He had to say. This was “the one essential thing” which Mary had “chosen” and which our Lord said was not to be “taken away from her.” Thus, while prayer and testimony and good works all have their importance in the life of the believer, hearing God’s Word is “the one essential thing” above all others. Indeed, let this “one thing” be given its rightful place and all the rest will follow naturally.

    It is granted, of course, that we must study the Word prayerfully and with open heart, or it will have disastrous, rather than beneficial results, but this only goes to place still further emphasis upon the supreme importance of the Word of God, which we seek, by sincere and prayerful study, to understand and obey.

    By Pastor Cornelius R. Stam

    Luke 10:38 Now it came to pass, as they went, that he entered into a certain village: and a certain woman named Martha received him into her house.
    39 And she had a sister called Mary, which also sat at Jesus’ feet, and heard his word.
    40 But Martha was cumbered about much serving, and came to him, and said, Lord, dost thou not care that my sister hath left me to serve alone? bid her therefore that she help me.
    41 And Jesus answered and said unto her, Martha, Martha, thou art careful and troubled about many things:
    42 But one thing is needful: and Mary hath chosen that good part, which shall not be taken away from her.

    Acts 17:11 These were more noble than those in Thessalonica, in that they received the word with all readiness of mind, and searched the scriptures daily, whether those things were so.

    2 Timothy 2:15 Study to shew thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth.

    1 Thessalonians 2:13 For this cause also thank we God without ceasing, because, when ye received the word of God which ye heard of us, ye received it not as the word of men, but as it is in truth, the word of God, which effectually worketh also in you that believe.

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  4. Garrison Hall says:

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    • livefreeordieguy says:

      Saw Willie just a few weeks ago at Meadowbrook in the Lakes Region of NH…. 86 and still bringing it… Funny and engaging…. Bonnie Raitt (70 next month) was fabulous that same night, as was Allison Kraus… Such great artists, defying age and showing integrity to their craft. Moonlight in Vermont is a Willie favorite…. And, in case you were wondering, Bonnie remains sassy, sexy, and skilled and will soon be a Septuagenarian….

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      • GB Bari says:

        I’m just a bit envious of your being at that show. Both my wife and I love all three of those artists. Although I think my wife likes Willie maybe more…😉


  5. Garrison Hall says:

    Happy Caterday!!! Simple pleasures . . . 🙂

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    • mandy says:

      Very cute *while it is a baby kitten.* However, play of this type imprints on the cat. When the kitten is full grown and attempts this EXACT type of play with its owner, it’s not so “cute” anymore. Owners are sometimes distraught when their adult cats attempt this kind of play. One way to avoid the problem is to use a glove when playing this way with baby kitties – that way, they don’t come to associate your BARE HAND with play that includes ‘love bites’ and sometimes a little claw extension. 🙂

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      • Garrison Hall says:

        Interesting that you mention this. My kitties, most of em’ anyway, liked to play this game into adulthood. They only played at sinking their claws in because they didn’t want to hurt us. Then, as they got older, they welcomed tummy rubs and didn’t bother to grab. Tinkerbell, our youngest at 2 years old, hasn’t quite figured this out yet . . .

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  6. Mark says:

    Jason Whitlock absolutely knocked it out of the ballpark on Tucker Carlson this evening about Nike, TPP trade agreement, China, the NFL, the NBA, and pro sports personalities that explains the last three years Trump smearing perfectly

    You’re not going to hear a peep about this from the MSM …


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  7. Herbert Kroll says:

    With American troops going to Saudi Aurabia, here a surprising video of Saudi girls screaming for BTS, an effeminate Korean boy band, pink hair included. It was the first stadium concert in Riyadh ever.


    • JTR says:

      So, all of the men got to go inside for the concert, but the women had to listen from outside? And stand out in the heat with burkas on?
      I sure feel sorry for any of the troops we send, but the females should be kept home!


      • Herbert Kroll says:

        Does it hurt when I tell you they were actually all admitted inside the stadium? Just like those K-pop boy band admiring adult Arab men who were fighting to get in? Cognitive dissonance is a b… ain’t it?

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        • czarowniczy says:

          Yeah, Saudi adult males ogling the boy band – imagine what would happen if they played in Afghanistan…


          • Herbert Kroll says:

            Horrible! A boy band concert in Afghanistan, that would resemble any given day in Hollywood!

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            • Janie M. says:

              Herbert, look up the term “Bacha bazi it’s ‘boy play,’ and has existed in Central Asia since ancient times; it is still present and rife in modern Afghanistan. Dancing boys are also known as ‘bacha bareesh’, boys without beards.I discovered this disgusting practice a few years ago. At this juncture can’t remember what triggered me into researching it.


              • Herbert Kroll says:

                One would single-handedly throw those abusers off the highest building, the ISIS way, isn’t it? Indonesia has sourcerors with young “apprentices”. If a sourceror ever touched a woman, he would lose his magic powers, which makes sense… /S
                Men and boys have been victims of rape and abuse in many war torn countries, like the Congo. Sadly their sufferings do not fit the globalist narrative, so it’s not likely you’ll ever hear about such things. I don’t think that Michelle Obama would ever advocate to ‘Bring Back The Boys’…


            • czarowniczy says:

              I’m surprised the Afghans haven’t built a shrine to honor Epstein.

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  8. curator55 says:

    The Canadian Federal Election is in 9 days on the 21st and the taxpayer funded public broadcaster—-the liberal biased CBC—decides it’s a good time to sue the Conservative Party for a 17 second “moral rights” and copyright infringement.

    “The CBC is suing the Conservative party, claiming its use of excerpts from the broadcaster violated the “moral rights” of news anchor Rosemary Barton and reporter John Paul Tasker.”
    “The excerpts — which included video taken at this week’s English-language leaders’ debate — were used on a Conservative party website and on Twitter…”

    “….The 17 seconds of CBC clips in the video included (Postmedia columnist) Andrew Coyne highlighting how Justin Trudeau broke the law, Justin Trudeau telling a Canadian war veteran that he is ‘asking for more than we can give right now,’ and one CBC reporter questioning why the Liberals provided Loblaws with $12 million in tax dollars to install new refrigerators.”


  9. David says:

    My American friends. Have you ever heard the word “YASAM”? I would guess not. Well, it’s the Israeli unit who has three jobs: 1. Arrest terrorists. 2. Collect intelligence about terrorists. 3. Arrest the leaders of the Palestinians rioters mid riots.
    It’s all done undercover. They dress like Arabs and learn the Arab language with all the dialects.
    They are the toughest warriors and are operating at the West Bank where they would be killed if they are not fast and under-cover. As a note there is a very good film series on Netflix that is completely based on internal knowledge of this unit and it’s called “Fauda”. I recommend.
    I posted here a video compilation of real footage of arresting real hard core terrorists in hostile areas and arresting riots leaders. Notice the large group of people at the beginning.
    They are dressed like Arabs and entered a main hospital at the West Bank. A few days before a terrorist murdered a civilian and he himself got injured and was taking refuge in that hospital. The unit came in with a wheelchair and the brother of the terrorist shot at them and they killed him and took the terrorist out on the wheelchair. Video below:

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  10. Lucille says:


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  11. David says:

    My American friends. I have something special in my heart for heroes. I mean real heroes.
    The following video is about one of them and there were many. The guy is a son of Jewish immigrants from Russia. This is very inspiring. I recommend to watch. A miracle:

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  12. Lucille says:

    U.S. Navy Military Power | MOST POWERFUL Navy in Human History
    MILITARY CHANNEL – Published on Oct 10, 2019
    The power of the Atlantic and Pacific Fleet

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  13. Texian says:

    Houston.. New Orleans..
    The Gulf..

    Did you know from time to time the Barge Foreman tended to hate fck’n divers..

    The Barge Foreman was the Construction Captain on deck.. He ran the show.. Top dog.. But when it came to the dive team, we had a certain amount of autonomy from everybody else on the barge..

    “..Fck’n divers..”


    It was November..

    the phone rang..

    gotta go.. get to the dock asap..

    Weather was coming in.. and they needed to get us on the barge before it hits.. it’s a race against time.. we were leaving out of Fourchon.. sht.. that’s a six hour drive for me. There was no time to make personal arrangements or to shop for supplies/gear prior to leaving. I had to immediately pack and go..

    I loaded my gear, filled up with gas, bought a couple of cartons of cigarettes and hit the road. Six hours later I boarded the crewboat.. all were accounted for and we took off..

    We arrived onsite after dark.. The crewboat idled down about a quarter mile from the barge.. the sea is calm.. we assembled on the back deck, waiting to disembark.. fifteen minutes.. thirty minutes.. wtf is going on.. the crewboat is now slowly trolling, circling the barge from a distance.. The crewboat Captain was waiting for permission from the barge to approach..

    Word was something was wrong with the crane.. It was used to lower the personnel basket onto the back deck of the crewboat.. the basket can carry four men at a time.. but nothing is happening..

    Hurry up and wait.. It’s now been an hour.. what are they waiting for.. the damn crane is in the cradle.. the barge is silent.. no activity.. wtf.. we could just ‘bump and jump’..

    After awhile, something in the air started to feel different.. It was eerily quiet.. Then a rolling wall of wet fog silently crept in and enveloped us.. Surreal.. Uhh.. wtf is going on.. Oh shit..

    A portent.. Then it departed..

    The fog slipped away as quietly as it had come and the wind started to ramp up.. it’s biting cold.. and the sea reacted in kind.. waves started to roll in.. and increase.. They haphazardly slammed into the barge.. spraying up over the railings..

    Here she comes.. Cold front..

    The Barge Foreman radioed the crewboat.. it’s too rough to load the personnel.. We have to go back..

    The crewboat Captain pointed the bow into the waves and throttled up.. here we go..

    The wind continued to rapidly increase in intensity.. and the seas.. it was brutal.. the waves were steep and gaining height.. it was kind of like a hurricane, but different.. the sea is hugely choppy.. and angry.. it’s mean.. And we are on a small 140 ft. crewboat.. not on a big ass barge secured in place with eight huge anchor points.. where we should have been at that moment..

    The waves were treacherous.. almost vertical.. The boat creaked then lurched forward as the wave disappeared from under us.. airborne.. free-falling.. everybody braced themselves.. we knew what was coming.. SLAM..!

    The whole crewboat shuddered violently from the impact.. shit is flying around the passenger cabin. Now I knew why they had seatbelts in these aircraft style seats. But when I sat upright in one I started to get seasick, so I wedged myself underneath the seats on the floor so I wouldn’t be thrown around the cabin.. Each impact hurt.. the force transmitted through my body. The Captain powered up the next wall of water.. airborne.. SLAM..! It was unending..

    The crewboat was taking a severe beating.. and so was everybody inside.. every wave.. brace yourself..

    After a couple of hours of this, stomachs started to turn.. people started to vomit.. it stinks.. the head is now unusable.. the hatches are dogged.. the smell of vomit throughout the cabin started a chain reaction..

    The situation was unacceptable. Me and another diver came up with a quick plan.. Fck the dogged hatches.. we opened the hatch that opened out onto the back deck.. Anybody who needed to throw up.. get in line..

    If you have to vomit, you’re going to do it on the back deck.. we will hold you by your ankles and hang your ass out the hatchway onto the back deck.. water is washing over and it’s going to roll over you.. but don’t worry.. we won’t let you go.. anyway, it will clean the vomit off.. when your done we will pull you back in..


    We took turns holding ankles.. Two per person.. one per ankle.. in case one lost their grip.. I took my turn in the open deck vomit saltwater washing machine. We had come up with a viable but risky remedy to the vomit situation..

    Let’s see.. I’ve driven six hours, rode hours more on a boat, hurry upped and waited for a cold front only to turn around and go right back against it, get seasick, have a vomit party, then get the shit beat out of me by the waves..

    What else could go wrong..

    “Mayday..! Mayday..!..”
    “This is the [I forget].. we are taking on water.. our coordinates are [I forget]”..
    “Mayday..! Mayday..!..”

    It didn’t sound like anybody on the other end of the radio heard him.. He kept repeating it.. “Mayday.. Mayday..”

    Well fck me.. It was the crewboat Captain.. He’s on the radio.. Now we’re sinking.. We all just mutter.. cuss.. then chuckle wryly at our good fortune. This is a fcking fck’d up nightmare. Now we’re gonna have to tread water for a day or two.. maybe forever.. and throw in some hypothermia with that order too..

    The Captain turned around and yelled down the hell hole into the passenger area.. “..Everybody put on your lifevests.. Now..!..”

    Shit.. Is it that bad..? I guess so.. he’s starting to sound like he means it.. and the faces on the deckhands coming out of the hold below told the story.. we were sinking..

    The severe repetitive slamming down into the troughs for hours and hours had cracked the hull.. We were taking on water..

    For a moment we just sat there.. glancing at each other.. absorbing our circumstance.. None of us were putting on our fck’n vests until it’s absolutely necessary.. Our minds were busy calculating our personal strategies.. getting our minds right for the challenge ahead of us.. on our own out in the open sea.. nobody is going to find us.. We all came to the same inevitable conclusion.. we’re fck’d..

    The boat crew were trying to get the emergency pumps working.. (see how important regular maintenance can be..).

    Tense minutes later they succeeded.. somewhat.. They reported we were still taking on water but the pumps were keeping up.. for the moment.. the deckhands tended over the pumps like pirates over treasure..

    The Captain continued his battle with the sea. He’s actually been doing a pretty damn good job considering the circumstances. He’s been doing it for hours and hours. And we were still afloat..

    The battered crewboat finally limped into Timbalier Bay..

    In port you just felt a ripping, persistent, biting cold North wind. At sea it was a whole different story.. It was another close one..

    In one way or another, it was always close. A calculated risk. It’s just the nature of the business..

    I got in my car and drove back to Houston to my loft and fell into bed.. It felt so good to be under the covers in my own warm, dry bed.. alive..

    The following evening I woke up to the phone ringing..

    It’s time to go back to Fourchon..

    The Barge Foreman said he can load us now..

    I got up and grabbed my gear..


    I never knew a Gale could do what that one did.. She’s different than a hurricane..

    A Gale is more wicked.. She will sling you up into the air.. Then pull the chair out from under you..

    She breaks the backs of boats.. and ships.. It’s how she works.. it’s how she tries to sink you..

    The Gales of November remembered..

    She’s a mean bitch.. I’m not kidding either.. She will beat the crap out of you..

    I’ll never underestimate her again..

    The witch of November..

    Been there.. done that..

    Never again..

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    • greenswampgirl says:

      As I was reading towards the end, I was thinking of a song that was like your tale. And when I scrolled down, you posted that song. Very fitting.

      I used that song in a poetry unit I taught one year. Don’t know if I inspired anybody to write as well as you write. Thanks, again.

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    • RyderLee says:

      Texian , You have a Gripping and Thoughtful Style of Writing .
      Your Essays are Thought-Provoking and Really Paint a Picture in my mind .
      Page Turning , Burn the Midnight Oil , Read to the Last Page Imagery with Words .

      Thank You So Much for Sharing These with Us !

      Mesmerizing at its Finest !

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    • curator55 says:

      Fabulous composition Texian. Fortunately, your well written and gripping story had a happy ending. It’s mind boggling to speculate how many other human interest stories like yours could be told about humans barely surviving or dying on the vast waters of the world while conducting their shipboard duties during peacetime or at war.

      Sundance’s CTH is a great and welcoming website in many ways including this Open Thread section which provides a generous platform for excellent stories like this one.

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    • czarowniczy says:

      I respect water to the point I don’t trust it – main reason why I never joined the Navy.

      I used to take the ferry between Chalmette and New Orleans, a minimum of twice a day and frequently more, where it’s about a halfmile wide. Twice we had popcorn styorms that popped up and sent winds down the river that pushed the ferry nearly a mile downriver, in both cases the ferry – not even half full – didn’t have the power to resist, the captain just rode it out until he could slide the stern into the levee and basically hold the ferry into it until the winds went down. One time we went more than a mile south until he regained control.

      Another time a storm more up in the city area whipped up some waves that came south, picking up strength from the river flow too. One of those huge strings of empty barges that transport tons of grain or rip-rap from way up north to NOLA was being pushed north by a large pushboat. The ferry had to give way to the barge string so we watched it smacking headlong into the waves.

      The barges have ballast tanks around their sides that can be filled or emptied thru large hatches. I’m presuming they’d just been emptied as some were open and the barges were riding high. The pushboat captain must have realized it was a bad situation and started driving towards the river’s westbank. As he reached the westbank levee a huge wave from nowhere broke over the front barges, hitting the front left one very hard, covering it. A crewmember, fire ax in hand, jumped fro the deck of the pushboat to the barges, rann up the swaying barges along their gunwales and chopped the ropes binding the front barge to the others. About 30 seconds after he did another wave hit the barge (about 200 feet long by 40 wide), covered it and it just disappeared. No splash, no breaching, it just disappeared poof into 90 feet of shore depth as if it never existed.

      Nope, water does strange things to things that float on it…sometimes quickly retracting the privilege. I’m not very comfortable with the idea of metal flying through the air and am less so with steel floating – at times believing that all that keeps things flying in the air or floating on the water is the collective belief of the passengers that it won’t go down. I’m not comfortable traveling on anything that I can’t walk away from if things go bad.

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  14. Dora says:

    Someone please turn on the water.

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  15. Pointman says:

    The illiterate of the 21st century.


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  16. Dora says:

    Congratulations Meng Meng.

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  17. Dora says:

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  18. Dora says:

    Pray for Japan.

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  19. WeeWeed says:

    Mornin’ infidels!

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  20. duchess01 says:

    Verse of the Day

    “But without faith it is impossible to please him: for he that cometh to God must believe that he is, and that he is a rewarder of them that diligently seek him.”
    Hebrews 11:6 (KJV)

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  21. just stevie says:


    “Enoch walked with God.” Genesis v. 24

    The test of a man’s religious life and character is not what he does in the exceptional moments of life, but what he does in the ordinary times, when there is nothing tremendous or exciting on. The worth of a man is revealed in his attitude to ordinary things when he is not before the footlights (cf. John i. 36). It is a painful business to get through into the stride of God, it means getting your second wind spiritually. In learning to walk with God there is always the difficulty of getting into His stride; but when we have got into it, the only characteristic that manifests itself is the life of God. The individual man is lost sight of in his personal union with God, and the stride and the power of God alone are manifested.

    It is difficult to get into stride with God, because when we start walking with Him we find He has outstripped us before we have taken three steps. He has different ways of doing things, and we have to be trained and disciplined into His ways. It was said of Jesus – “He shall not fail nor be discouraged,” because He never worked from His own individual standpoint but always from the standpoint of His Father, and we have to learn to do the same. Spiritual truth is learned by atmosphere, not by intellectual reasoning. God’s Spirit alters the atmosphere of our way to looking at things, and things begin to be possible which never were possible before. Getting into the stride of God means nothing less than union with Himself. It takes a long time to get there, but keep at it. Don’t give in because the pain is bad just now, get on with it, and before long you will find you have a new vision and a new purpose.

    Oswald Chambers
    October 12th Devotional

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  22. chickenhawk says:

    Sundance and Team,

    Not that you aren’t busy enough with all of your research,

    How about an investigation into Soros, the dark stain?

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  23. Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

    God Bless our president, Donald J. Trump.

    Bringing our troops back home where they belong.

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  24. Dora says:

    I love this clip.

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  25. czarowniczy says:

    And here I was mentioning just last night how the Trump organization backed out of a hotel dealin NOLA so fast they left a vacuum. I was reminded by a story on the nightly news about the new Hard Rock Hotel being built right downtown and how quickly and swimmingly it was going along.

    This morning I received a msg on my NOLAready public service capp to avoid the area of Canal and North Rampart, guess why:

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  26. rah says:

    Shep Smith gone from FOX News. Good Riddance! If I had to bet, I would say he will show up as an anchor on a “News” Network or program that is more ideologically aligned with his leftist bent. Why? Because the likes of Chuck Todd are already arguing that Shep is not a biased leftist. Why did Shep leave? I think it was because he got butt hurt when FOX management did not support him in his tiff with Tucker Carlson. Time for Sheps best buddy, Never Trumper, Neil Cavuto to move on to fake conservative pastures also I think.


  27. Dora says:

    Happy Columbus Day!


    Columbus on Trial

    For over 500 year Christopher Columbus enjoyed a seat in the pantheon of American history. Being the discovery of the New World came with well earned advantages. During the early days of our nation books, poems, and statues were made celebrating the man and his mission. Cities were named in his honor, even the seat of the American Government was christened the District of Columbia. There were some that even thought of making it the United States of Columbia. The Admiral of the Ocean Sea (Columbus’s official title) was so important to the American ethos, that one of the first vessels in the Navy was the USS Columbus.


  28. TreeClimber says:

    I tried to post something, but it had a picture and I think I got binned…

    Liked by 1 person

  29. wendy forward says:

    Thanks for all the precious babies-I love that one of the cheetah jumping on the jeep-I wish I’d been there!


  30. Tesla owners mounting a protest over the electric company shut-in off the power………

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  31. wtd says:

    Syrian Christians Proclaim “Trump is right on Syria”

    Few hours ago in #Tehran, despite being suppressed by #Iran’s Islamic Regime, thousands of Iranians gathered at the #Turkish embassy & protested the massacre of Kurds & #Syriac Christians by #Turkey & its terrorist groups in NE #Syria.
    Kurds = Iranians

    Footage showing Kurdish civilians being executed in northern Syria by Turkey -backed rebel forces.


  32. wtd says:

    Larry Summers and Bill Gates at Jeffrey Epstein’s mansion in May 2011,
    which was after he left jail and was registered as a pedphile. Summers
    was at Obama White House through Dec. 2010.

    Bill Gates “My father headed Planned Parenthood”


  33. wtd says:

    Bookmark worthy – Ex-FBI John Guandolo speaks to the Islamic threat:

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  34. wtd says:

    African Migrants March North!
    Early Saturday morning African migrants in #Tapachula
    joined a caravan consisting primarily Caribbean and Central American
    migrants marching north to demand an audience with AMLO in Mexico City.
    Caravan numbers from 2-3,000.
    ===>Mexican officials decided to let the caravan leave Tapachula in order to relieve pressure on the immediate area.

    VIDEO: Why Is This Mexican Spraying The New Mexican Border Wall in Tijuana? … via @gatewaypundit


  35. auscitizenmom says:

    lilbirdee12’s prayer:

    Our Heavenly Father, Your children come to you tonight to ask for healing and peace throughout our country so that we may return to being One Nation Under God. Guide us to be leaders in Your Kingdom, spreading Your Love and Salvation to all. Forgive us our sins and deliver us from evil.

    Lord, we ask for a blanket of protection over all our troops and law enforcement who serve to defend and protect us. Bless our representatives with the strength and wisdom they need to achieve the path You have chosen for us.

    Please place Your Guardian Angels of Protection around Donald Trump and Mike Pence and their families as they seek to lead America back to You.

    Grant us patience, Lord, as the evil ones try to anger us and cause us to fall.
    Spread blessings over Israel and Netanyahu.

    We humbly ask that You please comfort those who are grieving and in pain.
    Thank you Father, for Your Love and the gift of Life.

    In Jesus name, we pray. Amen.

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  36. auscitizenmom says:

    A prayer for Justice Kavanaugh and Gen. Flynn:

    Prayer to St. Michael

    St. Michael the Archangel, defend us in battle;
    be our defense against the wickedness and snares of the devil.
    May God rebuke him, we humbly pray;
    and do you, O prince of the heavenly host,
    by the power of God,
    thrust into hell Satan and the other evil spirits
    who prowl about the world for the ruin of souls.

    In Jesus name, we pray. Amen.

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