Barack Hussein Obama, contributing to the ruination of his adopted city, Chicago

The well-known total narcissism of ex-president Barack Hussein Obama, got some great feedback today, on the subject of his Personal Library in Chicago (NOT his official Presidential Library).  It is not news that the Obama Steamroller flattened opposition from the neighborhood surrounding Jackson Park, to the decimation of numerous trees and other natural features which …

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Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #165: Going Wide (with pride)

I love taking photos of landscapes, since I normally notice the wide view.  I don't have a wide-angle lens for my normal point-and-shoot camera, nor my iPhone, which I have been using for most photography for the past two years.  I used to pooh-pooh all the people who are constantly using their phones to capture …

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Terror on September 11

Twenty years ago, on September 11, 2001, a band of Islamic terrorists wrought havoc on our homeland of America.  They hijacked commercial airliners, and flew them into the World Trade Center in New York, the Pentagon in Washington DC, and, due to the courage of the passengers, into a field in Pennsylvania.  Everyone alive today …

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Shades of the Soviet Gulag! The Government will inject you now.

The so-called president of the United States, whose mental competence is severely in question, has "mandated" that American citizens must undergo an invasive medical procedure if they are to retain their employment for the government, or private-sector government contractors.  What makes him think that he has that kind of power?  Under the Constitution, he has …

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Buy low, sell high.

Yeah, that's the standard admonishment to anyone who buys and/or sells stocks.  You are supposed to buy under-valued stocks, then hold them until such time as they increase in value, and only sell when the stock is worth more than you paid for it.  Most people who trade more than once in a while, and …

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A fun and interesting day at the Washington State Fair

In 2020, the Washington State Fair in Puyallup (pronounced Pew-al-up), was canceled, like everything else, due to Covid.  This year, the Almighty Dictatorial Health Nazis in Olympia and Tacoma "let" it go on.  Albeit with a Mask Mandate, requiring that all fair-goers wear a mask, indoors and out, regardless of vaccination status.  What did that …

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Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #164: Looking Up/Down

Thanks very much to Sofia, who echoes what I always tell my friends, photographers or not.  I make a habit of looking up, wherever I am.  Most people, when they are in a city, walk or drive along looking forward, or down at their phones (which is dangerous!).  I suggest that they take their eyes …

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Am I perspicacious or what?!

One issue of the Wall Street Journal proves, in two articles, that RushBabe49 is one smart cookie. My readers will know that I am totally against the governments of the world basically requiring car-makers to build and sell electric cars, deeming them "zero-emission" and the only way to stop "global warming", or "climate change", or …

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