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Damn, damn, damn, Ken Jennings is gone!!!!!!

Do not like her. 🤮

Yikes, the "baby" eaglet at the Decorah nest doesn't look much like a baby anymore


OMGAWD......watching "I robot". And I swear this really could happen with AI.....

Saw a blip on CBS Sunday morning this morning.......writers in Hollywood are worried if

they walk out on strike, their employers will use AI and replace them. A real problem for the writers. Yikes, who ever would have thought this could even be a possibility.

Love C-SPAN's coverage of White House Correspondents Dinner......NO TALKING HEADS 👏 👏 👏

White House Correspondence Dinner.........tomorrow 7:00pm CDT on C-SPAN and CNN.

Why the heck is paint so expensive......at our Menards store one gallon of paint is $44.00!!!!!!


Idea.......I want to see stories of what towns, cities, states, do after total destruction........

ya know…..total destruction from tornadoes, floods, and hurricanes. How do they start completely over. I want to see success, survival, existence, and at least beginnings.

Ok, I'm done feeding the woodpeckers those square suet packs. ONLY BIRDS EATING IT ARE THE

dang grackles, blackbirds, and sparrows. 😡 Oh I do get some woodpeckers, red bellied sap suckers, downys, hairys and every once in awhile a Pileated woodpecker, but dang it, those grackles are non stop eaters. OMGOSH….just saw a red wing black bird on it, and he even was eating in the thistle feeder. 😡 😡 😡. Yup, I’m done feeding woodpeckers.

Justice Thomas's friend, Harlan Crow "did not have business before the court"

Justice Clarence Thomas said he was advised he didn’t have to disclose private jet flights and luxury vacations paid for by billionaire Harlan Crow because, although a close friend, Crow “did not have business before the court.”

But in at least one case, Crow did.

Bloomberg reviewed dozens of state and federal cases involving companies that the Crow family has owned or had a financial stake in since Thomas’ 1991 confirmation. Nearly all of these disputes played out at the trial and appellate level and didn’t reach the Supreme Court.

In January 2005, though, the court declined to hear an appeal from an architecture firm that wanted more than $25 million from Trammell Crow Residential Co. for allegedly misusing copyrighted building designs. When the court issued a one-sentence order denying the petition, there were no noted recusals — indicating that Thomas participated — and no noted dissents.


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