Sunday Funnies, 10-13-19

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I was just reflecting on how about half the country has a stunning lack of self awareness…  And the other half has a solid grasp on reality…

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Trump: It’s Different When Democrats Do It 5

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I used to watch Chris Wallace’s Sunday show on Fox. But in the last few years I’ve noticed he is far more aggressive when questioning Republicans than Democrats, usually arguing with them, often interrupting them and not allowing them to provide answers he doesn’t like.  I don’t watch that show any more.  Even reasonably ethical, fair journalists are eventually lured into the resistance, all the while thinking they’re being ethical.  That’s what happens, I suppose, when one is daily surrounded by liars and members of the Democrat/Socialist/Communist propaganda machine.  Consider this from Fox News:  

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School Attacks 2019, 2: Saving Lives?

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This is the second in the series of articles on school shootings and how to deal with them.  To find every article in this series, enter “school attacks 2019” in the SMM home page search bar. Note that I do not presume to absolutely prevent them; that’s plainly impossible for reasons I’ll explain in the near future.  However, effective deterrence is a reality, and once a school attack begins, attackers can be stopped dead, potentially before they can harm anyone.

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July 10, 2019: Erik Scott–A Sad Anniversary

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Erik Scott

In our connected world, we make previously unimaginable connections.  We make friends we will never meet, yet those friendships grow and are, in most ways, as real as those that enjoy personal contact.  We learn about the lives of others from far away, and their stories become a part of us.  Such was the case with Erik Scott and me.

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School Attacks On The Rise?

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credit: 99%invisible

Do you recall, gentle readers, the missing children on milk cartons craze of the early 1980s?  Wild numbers were bandied about; hundreds of thousands of American children were going “missing” every year!  Eventually, sanity was reestablished.  People began to realize that if those numbers were even remotely correct, virtually everyone would have been touched in some way, indirectly or directly, by such an immense wave of horror.  They weren’t.  Cooler heads prevailed, and milk cartons once again advertised their contents instead of stirring up false fears.

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