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Bowman damn well better deliver as a Congressman. . .

. . .in serving his constituents. . .first, last and always. No grand-standing bullshit.

Otherwise, AFAIC, he's merely warming the seat for Mario's grand-daughter, Alessandra (who is currently a NY state senator)

Just my 2 cents.


Fart Joke (NOT): Yet another excuse to not wear a mask. . .

The woman is seen taunting a man for believing wearing a mask will protect him from COVID-19.

“You think that mask is going to protect you?” she asked.

She then pointed to her pants and said, “When you fart out your ass, you can smell it!”


Poor George Carlin.



Here's Bugs Bunny using a leaf blower of sorts. . .

. . .it's what this news make me think of.


The Medal of Freedom. . .

. . .'nuff said.


Thank You For Calling The White House


Grateful Dead - US Blues - with Empire State Building (NYC) light show

Make the best of this Fourth of July, everyone. We will overthrow the current mad wannabee king squatting in the White House. One way or another.


New York Public Library's Lions Get Masks.


NYC’s famous lions Patience and Fortitude don face masks as libraries gear up for social distancing visits

They’ve been socially distancing for decades, and now the iconic lions that guard the main branch of the New York Public Library are wearing masks, too.

Workers outfitted the marble lions, named Patience and Fortitude, with Jurassic-sized masks to set an example and remind New Yorkers to stay safe and follow expert guidelines to combat the spread of COVID-19.

“Patience and Fortitude are the perfect symbols for the strengths our city and our nation need now even more,” said New York Public Library President Anthony W. Marx. “Like them, New Yorkers are strong and resilient and can weather any storm. We will get to the other side of this public health crisis together. But to do so, we must remain vigilant, we must have patience and fortitude, and we must follow what experts tell us, especially as we continue to reopen our cities.”


OUCH! Loser Trump arrives home after Tulsa Covidchella rally


Trump: Deer In The Headlights


The NY state senate has just voted to remove police misconduct protection.


The New York State Senate Tuesday voted to repeal a 44-year-old provision that had previously shielded police officers’ disciplinary records from being released to the public, an early sign that the nationwide police brutality protests are advancing actionable change.

In 1976, legislators passed the provision, known as 50-A of New York’s Civil Rights Law, as a way to protect police officers who testified in court. “All personnel records used to evaluate performance toward continued employment or promotion, under the control of any police agency or department of the state … shall be considered confidential and not subject to inspection or review without the express written consent of such police officer, firefighter, firefighter/paramedic, correction officer or peace officer …. except as may be mandated by lawful court order,” the provision states.

On Tuesday, the senate overturned the provision 40-22, with all Republicans voting against the measure. Governor Cuomo has publicly said he will sign the bill once it crosses his desk. The bill is part of a package of various police reform bills the state senate has taken up this week.

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