Motes For Thursday

Big Brother has cousins: And one of them is Madison Square Garden. Kelly Conlon and her daughter came to New York City the weekend after Thanksgiving as part of a Girl Scout field trip to Radio City Music Hall to see the Christmas Spectacular show. Conlon is an associate with the New Jersey based law firm, Davis, Saperstein and Solomon, which for years has been involved in personal injury litigation against a restaurant venue now under the umbrella of MSG Entertainment. Upon entering MSG she was id’d by the “facial recognition security equipment” identified and zeroed in on her. Security guards approached her right as he got into the lobby. she was asked her name and to produce identification. Conlon says she posed no threat, but the guards still kicked her out with the explanation that they knew she was an attorney. So, now you can be id’d, and excluded because of your profession. Nest it will be because of you vaxx status, your past, your religion, and then, wait for it, your race. Yes, BB has cousins, and they are ALL after you.

Still a bull: Retired pro-wrestler Jim Duggan is one of the most recognizable names in pro wrestling and earlier this month he needed to put some of those moves to good use when he was faced with an intruder in his South Carolina home. The 68-year-old told the wrestling news outlet that a man in his mid-20s entered through his and wife Debra’s front door. Duggan said he took the man down by himself and grabbed his .44 caliber pistol and held the man at gunpoint. Duggan didn’t appear to need a foreign object in the matter. During his wrestling days, he would come down to the ring with a 2×4. Shows a poor victim selection process.

We want them to do their job, but they can’t: Congressional leaders dropped the $1.7 trillion, 4,155-page omnibus spending bill at 1:30 a.m. ET, giving lawmakers little time to digest the implications of the mammoth legislation. The voting was slated for the next day. Many lawmakers, such as Richard Shelby (R-AL), are retiring and face few political repercussions for pushing a bill that contains many special interest carveouts and increases the deficit. He slipped in $656 million is special earmarks for the state of Alabama.  The omnibus bill also renames the FBI facilities at Redstone Arsenal, Alabama, as the “Richard Shelby Center for Innovation and Advanced Training.” Breitbart News’s Jacob Bliss reported last week that there are over 7,500 earmarks totaling $16 billion lawmakers are trying to slip into the omnibus spending bill. Less than 24 hours to read 4K+ pages full of if’s/or’s/but’s and in the event of’s. You know, I really think we should have a bill that says everything in the bill, must pertain to the bill.

Not a single mention: There appears a bunch of “documentary’s” on Jan 6 2021 “insurrection. I’ll wager there will be little, if any, mention of Ashli Babbitt or Rosanne Boyland. They were the only “murder’s” in that event.

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