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Name: Joseph Korienek
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Hometown: Wheaton, Illinois
Home country: usa
Current location: Wheaton
Member since: Sun Feb 10, 2019, 02:06 PM
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Joe; Wheaton, Illinois; railfan; likes animals, BunnyMcGee was a lop rabbit of mine that lived 10.5 years with me. She was named after the song "Me and Bobby McGee". Lived 20 years in California, originally from south side Chicago.

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i've heard this for years, but just recently thought how bouncy good it is. Enjoy

For those who moved away from Illinois

Chicago news legend Joel Daly dies at 86

by: WGN Web Desk, Dean Richards

Posted: Oct 22, 2020 / 10:36 AM CDT / Updated: Oct 22, 2020 / 10:43 AM CDT

CHICAGO — A long-time fixture on Chicago television news has passed away.


Too many people from my youth are gone now.

Waking a sleeping rabbit with an air horn


He thought the coronavirus was 'a fake crisis.' Then he contracted it.

Source: NBC News

A Florida man who thought the coronavirus was "a fake crisis" has changed his mind after he and his wife contracted COVID-19.

Brian Hitchens, a rideshare driver who lives in Jupiter, downplayed the seriousness of the coronavirus in Facebook posts in March and April.

"I'm honoring what our government says to do during this epidemic but I do not fear this virus because I know that my God is bigger than this Virus will ever be," he wrote in a post on April 2. "Jesus is the King of Kings and Lord of Lords."

In mid-April, Hitchens, 46, began documenting his and his wife's health on Facebook.

"Been home sick for over a week. Both my wife and I home sick," he wrote in a post on April 18. "I've got no energy and all I want to do is sleep."

Read more: http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/he-thought-the-coronavirus-was-a-fake-crisis-then-he-contracted-it/ar-BB14hgYi?ocid=DELLDHP17

A 'Liberty' Rebellion in Idaho Threatens to Undermine Coronavirus Orders

Source: MSN / New York Times

SANDPOINT, Idaho — Inside an old factory building north of Boise, a few dozen people gathered last week to hear from Ammon Bundy, the man who once led an armed takeover of an Oregon wildlife refuge.

The meeting, which appeared to violate orders by Gov. Brad Little of Idaho to avoid group gatherings, was an assertion of what Mr. Bundy said was a constitutional right to peacefully assemble. But Mr. Bundy said he also hoped to create a network of people ready to come to the aid of those facing closure of their businesses or other interference from the government as a result of the coronavirus outbreak.

“If it gets bad enough, and our rights are infringed upon enough, we can physically stand in defense in whatever way we need to,” Mr. Bundy told the meeting. “But we hope we don’t have to get there.”

In a state with pockets of deep wariness about both big government and mainstream medicine, the sweeping restrictions aimed at containing the spread of the virus have run into outright rebellion in some parts of Idaho, which is facing its own worrying spike in coronavirus cases.

The opposition is coming not only from people like Mr. Bundy, whose armed takeover of the Oregon refuge with dozens of other men and women in 2016 led to a 41-day standoff, but also from some state lawmakers and a county sheriff who are calling the governor’s statewide stay-at-home order an infringement on individual liberties.

Read more: http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/a-liberty-rebellion-in-idaho-threatens-to-undermine-coronavirus-orders/ar-BB12gfO9?li=BBnb7Kz&ocid=DELLDHP17

One way to lose the deplorables
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