Joaquin Castro is my hero
Friends, Fellow Trumplandians, Former Americans: Our president has finally explained how he knew that bad (or sick) President Obama had tapped his phones. Let’s take a look:
It turns out that our hero president has incredible superpowers – much like little Jeff in the old TV show, “Lassie”. Remember how Lassie would go, “Ruff! Ruff!” and Jeff would say, “Oh my Gosh, Uncle Buck slid down the canyon!” And Lassie would go, “Arf!” and Jeff would go, “And he’s twisted his ankle! Hurry, Lassie.”
Well, it’s the same exact way with Donald Trump and The New York Times. The New York Times uses the word, “Wiretap” and Trump exclaims, “Oh no! Trump Tower’s been wiretapped!” and the New York Times barks, “Wiretap” again, and Trump declares, “Oh my God! Obama did it! Hurry, Kellyanne! Get my laptop!”
Of course, as Press Secretary Spicer repeatedly explained to all you lamestream media…
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Last year, we lost one of Cleveland’s more striking locations with neither warning nor fanfare. St. Joseph Byzantine Roman Catholic was a Mission Revival/Spanish Colonial Revival church built in 1933, well known for its extravagant hand painted details.
A 1973 photo by Clay Herrick, found on abandonedonline
The church on Orleans gave its final service on Easter Sunday in 1980, and the congregation moved to their new church in nearby Brecksville, where they still operate today. The property cycled between a couple different church organizations who ultimately abandoned it, and eventually tore it down.
This was from around 2011-2012:
I didn’t take this one, but I did get in the way of it.
And this was from 2015.
While it like a lot of places I’ve enjoyed visiting the first time around with its door hanging open like an invitation, the second time around was not so easy. Shortly after our final…
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Logging operations at the Keene Dillant Hopkins airport in Swanzey began on February 2nd. The trees being cut are very near Edgewood, one of Keene’s oldest neighborhoods, and residents there filed a court injunction to stop the cutting of trees on a 12.4 acre parcel that’s a small part of a 34 acre parcel called Edgewood Forest. In 1969 the Edgewood Civic Association transferred the 12.4 acres to the city with some restrictions, including that the land basically stay as it was. For residents who don’t want the trees cut it’s more about property values and quality of life than anything else. Though the city hasn’t logged that particular parcel they’re logging around it. I wasn’t surprised the day I saw the skidder in the above photo.
A log skidder gets its name from the way it drags logs out of a forest, or in this case several white pine…
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About two weeks after leaving the late winter weather behind in Boston, the Queen Mary stopped in the tropical city of Rio De Janeiro on March 6, 1942. While the men weren’t allowed to leave the ship, they were quite content to take in the view of the city surrounded by lush, green mountains and the famous statue of Christ the Redeemer. “…A symbol of peace in a world torn by war,” remarked PFC. Ducharme.
The ship’s appearance in the harbor didn’t go unnoticed by the Axis. Messages from Nazi radio installations and an Italian spy ring were sent off containing information about the Queen Mary‘s course, position and time of sailing. After supplies were loaded and the ship was refueled, the Queen Mary set sail on March 8th, heading for Cape Town, South Africa. Josef Jacob Johannes Starzicny was arrested by Sao Paulo police on the 10th for…
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It’s been 75 years since the 43rd Bomb Group began the long journey to Australia and the Pacific Theater. Today, we’re revisiting the first part of that journey, which we originally published on Sept. 26, 2014.
For nine years, the Queen Mary was a luxury passenger liner that had been commissioned by the British Cunard Line. August 30, 1939 marked its final peacetime cruise across the Atlantic, and as per request by Winston Churchill, it would be retrofitted and used as a troop ship for the next few years. While Gen. George C. Marshall was hesitant to accept Churchill’s offer, Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower knew the Pacific theater was in dire need of additional troops. Since this would be the fastest and most efficient way to send additional men, Eisenhower ordered to proceed with Churchill’s idea. The ship went from carrying approximately 2000 passengers in peacetime to around 16,000…
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Thank you for all of the nice statements on the Press Conference yesterday. Rush Limbaugh said one of greatest ever. Fake media not happy!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) February 17, 2017
By Fareed Zakaria Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017 Let’s say you are a Trump voter, the kind we often hear about — an honest, hard-working American who put up with Donald Trump’s unusual behavior because you wanted a president who would stop playing Washington’s political games, bring a businessman’s obsession with action and results, and focus on the […]
In This Issue:
The Best Words! The Best Spellings! Plus: The President Gets Debriefed. We Have the Shocking Pictures!
It’s been another news-filled week in the former United States, and the @failing Trumplandia Review is here for another weekly round-up.
It all kicked off with Bill O’Reilly asking President Trump, a so-called “person”, why he supported Putin, given that the Russian Regime are killers. El Presidente brought his usual penetrating analysis, full of deep insight and a careful weighing of all sides of the issue: “You got a lot of killers,” he replied. “You think our country is so innocent?” So brilliant! When Donald Trump says he’s got the best words, he isn’t kidding! And we’re not just talking about, “bigly”. Or even, “pussy”. He’s also got, “got”! I wish I had a word as good as “got”! Plus he doesn’t just have the best words. He’s got the best…
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