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Do I say this here??? Stoned, and watching all news, talk, cowboy, murder, sports......

Dr. Pimple popper”. 🤣 😂 🤣 😂 🤣 😂 🤣 sorry, we have all got to lighten up. Seriously. Lighten up. Is it all for the top story??? For the first thing, is it the topic of the day??? Who REALLY CARES??? ♥️ ♥️ ♥️

So, am buying new tires for the car, and the new thing now is to put nitrogen in the tires

instead of air. I did some research and it’s ok, but not so much better then air that I’m not doing it. Anyone hear of this??


Sober October?? Anyone??

Sober October, Dry January and Dry July: For one quarter of a year, these campaigns provide a motivation for people to come together and challenge themselves to go without alcohol.

It isn’t a surprise to Annie Grace that these periods to reduce alcohol consumption are becoming more popular. The author of “This Naked Mind: Control Alcohol” said she is seeing more and more people evaluate the relationship that alcohol plays in their lives.

How much is too much? The US Center for Disease Control and Prevention classifies moderate drinking as two drinks or less in a day for men and one drink or less for women. But two-thirds of adult drinkers report drinking more than those levels at least once a month, according to the CDC.


🤬 🤬 🤬 🤬 🤬 oh, sorry, watching the orange piece of shit.....

and that’s enough…..he’s on that oddball station newsmax. And changing the channel.

Help......I saw, I think on Facebook someplace, two human skeletons walking four skeleton

wiener dogs for Halloween and I can’t find it again. Thanks if you do find it for me. Thanks.

Ok, for all of you on Medicare, did you get your "handbook" for 2023?????

ya gonna read it?? If ya do let me know what’s in it ok??

Damn......how good of a poll is AARP??? it shows both Democrats losing with the 50+ group.

A poll released Thursday found voters 50 and older are driving support for the Republican candidates in Wisconsin's high-profile races for governor and U.S. Senate.

The poll, commissioned by AARP Wisconsin, surveyed voters of all ages, although a disproportionately large share of the respondents were 50 and older.

In the governor's race, Republican challenger Tim Michels led Democratic Gov. Tony Evers 50 percent to 47 percent. In the U.S. Senate race, GOP Sen. Ron Johnson led Democratic challenger Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes 51 percent to 46 percent.

The group, which advocates for older Americans, found support for the GOP candidates was stronger among those 50 and older.


Rubio is on CNN with Jake Tapper regarding Ian.....🤮 🤮 🤮

Turning back to MSNBC.

Turtle man IS going to support legislation that would make it harder to overturn a certified

Presidential election.

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell announced Tuesday he would support legislation that would make it harder to overturn a certified presidential election, an endorsement that will bolster its chances for passage in his chamber and puts him at sharp odds with former President Donald Trump, who has called on GOP senators to sink the plan.

McConnell said the “chaos” of the pro-Trump attack on the Capitol last year “certainly underscored the need for an update.”

“I strongly support the modest changes that our colleagues in the working group have fleshed out after literally months of detailed discussions,” McConnell said. “I’ll proudly support the legislation, provided that nothing more than technical changes are made to its current form.”


in 2020 Wisconsin was the 38th easiest state to vote in......now, 2022 it's now the 4th HARDEST

to vote in. 🤬 🤬 🤬

A CROSSE (WKBT) — In 2020, out of 50 states, Wisconsin was the 38th easiest state to cast your ballot. In the 2022 edition of Cost of Voting in America, Wisconsin fell to 47th. It is now the 4th hardest state to vote in.

When it comes time to vote in November, some Wisconsinites may find it hard to cast their ballot.

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