Terrifying Tuesday

Chuck Norris, mighty Kangaroo deleter

Chuck Norris, mighty Kangaroo deleter

The actor, martial artist, and internet meme Chuck Norris has warned of a federal government plot to take over the state of Texas.

Writing on the right-wing website WND, or WorldNetDaily, Norris discussed the potential for Jade Helm 15, a US military training exercise planned for July and August, to turn into a full-scale occupation of his home state.

Exercises will be held in Texas and six other states during Jade Helm 15, across public and private land. The training has been the focus of rightwing conspiracy theories since a map published for the purpose of the simulation labelled Texas, Utah and California as “hostile”.

“The US government says, ‘It’s just a training exercise’,” wrote Norris, 75. “But I’m not sure the term ‘just’ has any reference to reality when the government uses it.”

@ THE GUARDIAN

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19 Responses to Terrifying Tuesday

  1. Den says:

    Chuck Norris for Prez…NOT!
    The relentless pursuit of violence is unacceptable, violence got us here and I expect it will carry us into the future in a flurry of cage wrestling, war games and actual war, but it still unacceptable.

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  2. David B. Benson says:

    Chuck Norris has little conception of reality.

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  3. David B. Benson says:

    Bird Flu!

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  4. David B. Benson says:

    The usual 35 minutes to Banyans. Saw some blackbirds on the way.

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    • David B. Benson says:

      Again 65 minutes to Sloan. Wasn’t sure looking across the little valley but over a mile later I could look up the hillside and indeed it was abuncha sheep in a poor pasture. Saw a penned animal I did not recognize. Maybe an oversized llama still with its winter coat? Also saw a juvenile Swainson’s hawk just after seeing two of the bears out in their yard. One looked my way, a bit puzzled, so I said “Hello, Branson” which satisfied the bear that I was only another human.

      So today was 100 minutes on the sticks which puts me over the minimum for this week. I still plan on a longer walk on Thursday but I’ll never make it to 450 minutes per week.

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  5. David B. Benson says:

    A Cinco de Mayo party on the way home.

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  6. David B. Benson says:

    Air conditioning, Den?

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    • Den says:

      Fresh unit installed and ready, tried it out last week, works OK.
      Really nice, cool day today, got the new wheels on the front of the truck, back tomorrow.
      Had to remount my satellite dish as some hooligans placed a styrofoam cup over one of the LNB’s and knocked it off line in the process. Was a rickety mount anyway from the previous installer.

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  7. º¿carol says:

    Did I mention I caught a cold? My throat last night, left tonsil was horrible. I finally took one Excedrin and in 10 minutes the pain was gone and I fell asleep. I’ll be hitting the Excedrin again in a few, that’s for sure.

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  8. º¿carol says:

    I voted today, on the only thing on the ballot: to raise or not raise our state sales tax. “NO!”

    Proposal 1
    Yes 183,203 22%
    No 642,374 78%

    Just like Kansas and Iowa, our esteemed repug governor got rid of business taxes to the tune of $1 billion a year, which I think has deprived Michigan of $2 billion every year since they were erased. THAT COULD HAVE BEEN OUR ROAD MONEY!

    Instead of raising revenue the republican plan is to always get the money from we unwashed masses. If we would have said YES to the sales tax, it would have triggered something like 10 or 12 other bills, all designed to hurt us. One would have upped the price to buy license tags every year. Just what we peasants need.

    Already the repubs in Lansing are telling us their next plan, first to look for places to cut. NO! JUST TAX THE RICH, YOU FOOLS!!!!

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  9. David B. Benson says:

    In the two parking areas I checked today every car was a Japanese or Korean brand.

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  10. Den says:

    Some have factories here in the US. Google it 😉

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  11. Den says:

    Serfs for the Kingdom like days of yore, some things never change.
    I bid you a good evening sir and hope you too rest comfortably this evening.

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  12. David B. Benson says:

    Ben, Taylor and Brady came up to visit for a bit. Taylor as a CE graduate likely has a job with GeoTek. Ben is giving up trying for an MD; just C grades in central classes. *sigh *

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