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  • Homeland Security Admits It Tried to Manufacture Fake Terrorists for Trump

    11/06/2022 5:35:25 PM PST · 57 of 60
    VRWCer to Menehune56

    So first of all, we know that even before he won in 2016, they were falsifying “Russian collusion” dossiers against him and offering Steele a million dollars to verify the lies, then continued the lies and persecution for the next four years, Comey, Mueller, COVID, J6 false flag, and a color revolution to take him out of office, and they’re still trying to keep him from running again in 2024, but they want us to believe that at the same time, they were trying to “help” him?????

    And second of all, if “Antifa doesn’t exist”, then they are essentially blaming BLM for ALL of the two billion dollars worth of rioting, looting, murders, arson, and general destruction that went on for over a year, including the white liberal BLM members who created their own “nation” in what was it, Portland? And we’re out there in force for many months spitting in policemen’s faces, throwing bricks at anyone wearing a red hat, etc.

    How stupid do they think we are? And how angry will BLM be when they finally work out that they are being blamed for all the crap that white professors and lawyers in “black block” did?

    Utter horse hockey. They’re downright villainous.

  • Trump Boasts He’s Polling above ‘Ron DeSanctimonious’ for 2024, at Rally for Oz and Mastriano

    11/05/2022 11:40:39 PM PDT · 123 of 374
    VRWCer to central_va

    Same here. I’ve been feeling it for weeks (as much as I’ve liked and admired his work as governor), especially since the GOPe has started making sounds about what a great guy he is. I’m starting to smell a rat, and I don’t trust any of them. Kari Lake, in the other hand, I’m really liking, and thinking she’d be a great choice for VP!

  • Why do so many kids ‘see ghosts’? We asked some psychologists.

    10/26/2022 8:37:10 PM PDT · 38 of 69
    VRWCer to NeverCheney

    Ironically, I just spent the past hour and a half reading this article and then the thread on Twitter that the article links to, specifically about creepy/strange/odd things people’s kids have said when they were little. I guess ‘tis the season for such things! Reading regular people’s stories was a fascinating rabbit hole to go down!

  • Two shot outside NY gov. hopeful Rep. Lee Zeldin’s Long Island home while twin daughters inside

    10/09/2022 8:04:14 PM PDT · 63 of 75
    VRWCer to DFG

    Too unsettling. I grew up in Stony Brook and it was as safe and idyllic as I can ever imagine a town being. Kids walked and rode bikes everywhere and went to the beach all day together in the summer, we always felt completely safe, it was like Mayberry but with water and a university. We also hung out in Port Jefferson and Setauket and it just felt like you were at home wherever we went. Really a perfect childhood! Haven’t been back in over 20 years and in my mind it’s still wonderful, makes me sad to hear that the reality is much different. I guess the old adage “You can’t go home again” is sadly true.

  • All Hell Could Break Loose If Donald Trump Gets Indicted

    09/08/2022 8:00:22 PM PDT · 78 of 98
    VRWCer to whyilovetexas111

    Violence is a nonstarter, that’s exactly what they want. They’re trying like hell to goad us into behaving the way their demented goons do (sanctioned by the Swamp) so they can “prove” that the Red Screed was justified and MAGA people are “insurrectionists”, possibly even getting them pulled off of ballots across the country, “for the safety of democracy”. No, we need to organize the hugest Election Day surge of MAGA voters in history, to change the makeup of DC. Then let them run investigations and impeachments for the next two years, while President Trump appeals his case right up to the Supreme Court and gets this abusive persecution stopped and the abusers restrained or removed from their positions. And then, in 2024, we vote Trump in regardless of what they do, even if it means a write in campaign. They must not be allowed to continue taking away the decision making and the power away from We The People, the Constitution doesn’t say “let the deep state decide every office holder and persecute and imprison everyone who disagrees with them”. That’s the very kind of abuse of power they came here to get away from.

  • Ok all I have a question...

    03/18/2022 7:24:08 PM PDT · 29 of 32
    VRWCer to US Navy Vet

    We go there almost every year! Universal Orlando is the entire complex. Universal Studios is one of the parks in the complex (the other is Islands Of Adventure, and there is a water park we’ve never been to, I think it’s called volcano Bay.). There is also, on property, an area called City Walk, which you have to traverse to get to the parks. It has no admission price (except during special events) and is basically restaurants (all kinds, from fast food to upscale, and snacks, including the wonderful Voodoo Donuts! They’re large, so the hubby and I pick one to take back to the hotel each night to have with tea! You don’t have to stand in line for them either (long lines), there’s an app and a cart outside the shop where you can pick up your to go order about 10 minutes after ordering).

    Islands Of Adventure has a Marvel themed area (Spider-Man is the best!), a comic book themed area (Popeye etc), Jurassic Park area (great ride!), and Harry Potter castle and Hogsmeade area, it’s beautiful, very themed, pop up shows, wand store, etc. Lots of fun if you’re a Potter fan, which our whole family is! There’s also a new coaster there, over the lake that separates the two parks.

    From Hogsmeade, you can take the Hogwarts Express (highly themed train ride, different in each direction, lots of fun) to the Universal Studios park if you have park hopper tickets. It will leave you at the back of the park, at Kings Cross Station, where you can visit Diagon Alley, and ride the Gringotts ride (indoor roller coaster), and get butter beer (actually both parks. The frozen one is awesome when you’re hot!). More shops, very Harry Potter immersional!

    The Universal Studios park also has a Simpsons themed area, Men In Black (you can shoot “aliens”, one of our favorite rides because it’s interactive and the
    Lines are relatively short), an ET ride that’s mild but cute, Transformers ride (never again!, a NYC area with pop up performances by the Blues Brothers and an Irish restaurant with good food, the Mummy ride which is a fantastic indoor coaster and one of our favorites too, and a large Hollywood themed area with a Bourne show (really good effects), Shrek show (silly and really really fun), Minions ride, an outdoor coaster I’ve never ridden, and lots of characters (we like Scooby Doo and the gang!).

    The nice thing about the parks is that you can get quick snacks, including fresh fruit cups and other relatively decent things, all over the place. If you like the Simpsons, you can even get your own Duff beer and giant hot dogs lol.

    Wear comfy shoes, it’s a LOT of walking (typically we do 17k-18k a day).

    Have an awesome trip!

  • Psaki tells TikTok influencers Russia 'hacked our election' in 2016

    03/11/2022 8:19:58 PM PST · 25 of 32
    VRWCer to Rebelbase

    Fibbie Longstocking ;-)

  • Lee Strobel's 'The Case for Heaven: A Journalist Investigates Evidence for Life After Death,"' Presents a Christian View of Death

    03/06/2022 9:50:21 AM PST · 28 of 30
    VRWCer to tired&retired

    Thank you so much for sharing your profound experience and new gift! It is very moving and also quite fascinating. I could listen to hours more of your experiences! How beautiful and extraordinary! If you ever decide to write a book, I’d be so happy to read it! These are esoteric and faith subjects I’ve researched and tried to learn about since childhood, as on some level I’ve always known there is so much “more” to everything we “know” and see, like it’s on the tip of my tongue but I can’t seem to pull it into my active consciousness, if that makes any sense. Your descriptions ring very true to me and make so much sense but I’ve never heard them described quite like you have. Thank you again, so much, for sharing! I especially love to hear about Jesus outside of the Church’s prescribed context, because I have felt all my life that I know him so personally but as a much more dimensional being than the Church portrays Him as. What a joy to hear even just a taste of what you have experienced!

  • Dutch teenager, 17, woke up after knee operation forgetting how to speak his native language and only knew ENGLISH (and he also forgot who his parents were and thought he lived in Utah!)

    02/20/2022 12:38:36 AM PST · 70 of 122
    VRWCer to Fai Mao

    I’m thinking that you might want to reconsider some of your initial assumptions and then reconsider whether you still firmly hold to the belief that there really is no possibility of reincarnation.

    For instance, why assign infallibility to the Hindu/Buddhist religion re the number of souls being finite, but then say they’re wrong about reincarnation?

    Also, why assume that, if God really created all existing souls at once, they all wanted to experience their one allotted incarnation immediately? Why would many not hang out at the starting gate until they felt like having a body?

    Also, why would God create this magnificent planet for us, and then plan that eventually there would be nobody left to enjoy it?

    Also, if there are a finite number of souls and He never made more or intends to make more, why does He continue to expand the universe and the numbers of states and planets? I personally believe that He continues to create new souls too, but that’s just what I believe from my gut.

    And lastly, but In my mind more importantly, why would He create a system whereby each soul gets only one physical life and then goes in to whatever eternal home they’ve earned, but one soul only gets to be a morning glory for a day, another gets to live as a flea, another as a house spider who gets sucked into a vacuum, another as an unborn child who gets a few months in the womb before it’s mother ends it, while another gets to travel the works and live to 110 and another gets to be a beloved family pet? If all souls are created by Gods all at once and only get one life, how does that extraordinary inequity make sense? How can one’s eternal existence be judged on how well they did at being a flower that bloomed for eight hours, or at being a plankton for a day before a whale ate you? That doesn’t make any sense at all to me personally.

    Personally, I am a cradle Catholic but I believe that all organized religions need to be taken with a grain of salt because though they may have been divinely inspired, they all were also tainted along the way by mankind, by both written traditional translations and corrupted oral history, as well as by the nefarious intentions of power hungry leaders with agendas. Therefore I try to use discernment to glean the truths, pray about it, and trust what I feel deep inside as to what to believe and what to let slide. Reincarnation, to me, makes perfect sense in that it is logical that when God created us He wanted us to experience the fullness of existence in this dimension and in others, maybe even in other Solar systems, who knows? I absolutely believe that life is present all over His creation, so why not? Also, as a small child, I had some experience of spontaneous recall of a life in NYC (freaked my poor parents out!) and grew up knowing that we get born again and again, though it took a few years before I found out what it was called and that not everybody believed the same.

    I’m not trying to tell you what to believe or to change your mind, it’s such a personal thing and we all have our own opinions, as we should. I’m just saying that maybe you might want to contemplate the “what if”’s a little bit more from a slightly different perspective and see if maybe there is maybe even a tiny chance that should get to come here (or somewhere) more than once.

  • Spotify appears to remove more than 70 episodes of Joe Rogan's podcast

    02/04/2022 8:14:16 PM PST · 33 of 44
    VRWCer to janetjanet998

    I’ve never even heard of most of the deleted people, but I really have to wonder what made them decide to delete the episode with the “I’m not saying it was aliens, but it was aliens” guy! That one must have been fun! I guess now we’ll never know.

  • Post New Article CBS/YouGov Poll Sweeps the Legs out From Under Biden

    01/16/2022 7:00:23 PM PST · 12 of 30
    VRWCer to Bruce Campbells Chin

    But let’s not forget that he still received 11 million more votes then in 2016 even by the post-cheating figures, and still received more actual votes than any other President in the history of our country, so he still gained a mountain more support than the molehill of never-Trumpers - and that is an important fact for the GOPe, Dem-lite wing of the party to acknowledge and accept. He’s still, by FAR, the most popular leader in the party, and the sock puppet in the oval is making Trump far more popular with independents as well, now that they see the alternative in action.

  • Federal Judge Dismisses Case of Christian Photographer Who Refuses to Take Pictures of Same-Sex Weddings

    01/10/2022 1:42:59 PM PST · 78 of 103
    VRWCer to marshmallow

    I think if I were in that situation, I would subcontract the work out to someone else and let them have the entire fee, save for a small “finders fee” for the time I had to spend servicing their service (finding another photographer, baker, florist, etc). And then I would make it my business to have a list of other service providers who were comfortable with whatever I wasn’t, that I could slide the actual work to. That way I did provide the work, it was adequate, and I want forced to do something against my conscience or anyone else’s - plus I would be helping others to find work. Win/win/win!

  • Bold Predictions for 2022: Everything is About to Change

    01/02/2022 9:27:32 PM PST · 96 of 97
    VRWCer to DMD13

    I’m wondering why nobody is suggesting a Trump/Pompeo ticket! His foreign experience is impeccable, he’s MAGA down to his very shoes and hasn’t wavered a bit, he’s brilliant, well spoken, and tough in a steady low key way that would balance Trumps big personality. I think it’d be a genius choice!

  • More VC Nurses Blow Whistle on ‘Overwhelming’ Numbers of Heart Attacks, Clotting, Strokes

    12/28/2021 6:11:38 PM PST · 203 of 297
    VRWCer to gas_dr

    I’ve just finished reading the article. The nurse in question did not offer diagnoses, only observations and unanswered questions based on diagnoses made by doctors in the hospital.

    It doesn’t seem to be beyond the scope of a nurse (or really, any adult who can do basic math) to be able to notice when there has been a drastic and sudden increase in a certain kind or kinds of diagnoses being made in their own hospital in a certain amount of time (you know, when they read the charts).

    Neither does it seem to be beyond the scope or ability of any nurse to question why there is a policy or culture in his or her hospital of refusing to acknowledge the possibility of these increases in similar diagnoses being related to some common occurrence in the community (such as mass vaccination), or of refusing to report these occurrences to VAERS ***just in case ***, as that is the purported purpose of even having the VAERS system - to recognize patterns that might indicate a problem with a medication in the general population!

    There is no need to be condescending to those who work every bit as hard as the doctors or harder, or demean their ability to bring their intellect and experience to bear in analyzing unusual situations. My aunt is a nurse for decades, and has, on quite a few occasions, saved a patient’s life by noticing that the hallowed doctor has written a prescription that was either for the wrong dosage or for a medication that was contraindicated because of other medications the patient was taking that was overlooked by the doctor, and those doctors had the grace to thank her for recognizing the error before any harm was done. Disparaging nurses is not a good look, and dismissing their instincts is flat out stupid.

  • FReepers - who has had COVID?

    11/30/2021 11:02:10 PM PST · 36 of 94
    VRWCer to the OlLine Rebel

    Bookmarking to answer tomorrow when I’m not half asleep. ;-)

  • Biden muzzled: WH scraps presser with Canada, Mexico leaders amid prez blunders

    11/17/2021 9:30:10 PM PST · 89 of 117
    VRWCer to taterjay

    I don’t think they will like The new slogan much better:

    Let’s Go Blow Job!


    Let’s Go Bendin’


    Let’s Go Heels Up


    Lets Go Camel Toe


    Let’s Go Random


    Let’s Go Cackles


    We aren’t letting them off that easy!

  • German Broadcaster Confesses: ‘We Promote COVID New World Order Propaganda And I Can’t Stay Silent Any More!’

    10/19/2021 11:39:52 PM PDT · 12 of 21
    VRWCer to Mount Athos

    Bookmarking to read later

  • Food supply 101: Minimum calories needed for survival

    10/11/2021 11:46:58 PM PDT · 27 of 56
    VRWCer to Roman_War_Criminal

    Bookmarking for later!


    10/07/2021 9:25:30 AM PDT · 15 of 40
    VRWCer to mylife

    Bookmarking! Thank you!

  • Biden's IRS bank account snooping plan faces mounting opposition ... Biden's plan would give IRS enormous amount of new information to manage

    09/24/2021 8:18:48 AM PDT · 15 of 55
    VRWCer to Red Badger

    This would require reporting on nearly every adult in the United States! Who pays less than 600 a month for mortgage or rent? Heck, with two youngsters on our insurance, we pay more then that for car insurance every month! Plus there are people who pay premiums for their health insurance because it isn’t employer paid. Those are all an automatic flag right there, every month. Also, most people get paid either one or twice a month, which is also going to flag almost every person. Many will be flagged several times a month!

    The only ones who might escape being “reported” are teenagers and college students, and maybe people who work hourly in the service industry so they get paid more frequently in smaller amounts, who also share their living space with roommates.

    And the biggest question is, how does getting information about every person who gets receives or pays out 600 in a month increase their revenue by hundreds of billions of dollars? What is their ultimate plan?