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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At The Fair, a bit of rebellion?

The Washington State Fair, or "The Puyallup Fair", as it is widely known, starts this Friday, September 3, and runs to the end of September.  I just purchased our admission tickets online this afternoon, and they are good for any day.  We are going on Saturday. Hours after I bought our tickets, I learned from …

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The State of Washington is doing whatever it can to push residents to move away.

In the past week, we have been reminded of this fact in more ways than one.  First, we received in the mail, a notice from the company which provides our auto and condo insurance.  The notice tells us that we can expect a sizable rate increase when it is time for us to renew our …

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Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #163: Keep Walking

When I go for a walk in a scenic location (or even just around my neighborhood), I try to pay attention to my surroundings.  I live six blocks away from my local Costco store, so if I just want to pick up a prescription, I walk there and back. [let me put in a pitch …

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What causes more deaths in Seattle? Covid, or drug overdoses?

According to local radio host Jason Rantz (on KTTH), in Seattle and King County, more people are dying of drug overdosesthan are dying of Covid, even with the increasing infections due to the “Delta variant”.  The so-called human-services department actually encourages drug addicts to stay addicted, by supplying them with unlimited supplies of clean needles …

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It’s Meme Day on Calling-all-RushBabes

Thanks to my friend Joe Messerli over at PoliticallyIncorrectHumor.com (make sure you visit), for three of the very best memes I have seen, all on the same day!  The first two are in regards to Terrorism. Fellow Conservatives, never fear, they will come for you, too.  Be prepared. The next one is on the subject …

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Mainstream Media Outlet commits an act of Journalism. Australia on Covid Lockdown.

I cannot believe it, but I found this story on the NBC News Web site.  The story describes the situation in the state of Victoria, in Australia, which has been on a hard Covid lockdown for over two months.  Get this quote from the article: Sydney, a city of more than 5 million people, has …

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There are grounds right now to Impeach President Joe Biden: Updated in August

When he took the OATH of office on January 20, Biden swore to uphold the US Constitution, and Faithfully Execute the Laws of the United States of America. Well, he has from Day One violated that oath.  The most egregious example is the way he is refusing to enforce existing Border-Control Laws on the US …

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