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I Finally Physically Met Someone I Met While Blogging

Posted by John Hitchcock on 2014/11/22

And it took traveling to the Philippines to do it. I met Climate Destruction DENIER from Twitchy here in the Philippines. He, his wife, and his Philippine family were very gracious hosts, providing far more food than could be eaten in 3 sittings. And that was only the lunch. We also went sight-seeing so I could better understand circumstances as they relate to my own business ideas for the Philippines. Climate Destruction DENIER likes my ideas, and has started the process of information gathering in an effort to implement my ideas — with his alterations — here on Luzon.

But the important thing is I have found a family in Luzon that I can really talk business plans and culture differences with. I hesitate to call him an ex-pat because there are negative connotations with that term among some people. He’s a US citizen with a lovely Pinay wife, living on Luzon.

I hope to learn a lot more from him, and to further develop our acquaintance relationship into a solid friendship. He’s very clearly good people, despite some of our disagreements. Actually… I like the fact we have disagreements. Two of me in the same room for any length of time would result in one of me in that room.

I definitely have business plans aiming more than one direction for the Philippines. I also have business plans, aiming basically only one direction in the US, and I am actively working to make the US plans work, despite some setbacks. The destruction of my credit history, which started in November 2008, is a major stumbling block, at least for my US LLC. If I can get these multiple plans working, I can be officially retired at a younger age than most Americans, while continuing to do some heavy work while retired.

It is much less expensive to live in the Philippines, and the people, for the most part, are much friendlier than what you’ll find in the US. And now that I’ve met Climate Destruction DENIER and his family in person, I also have an anchor of sorts in the Philippines. Things are looking up, with multiple hurdles to … hurdle, but looking up, nonetheless.

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The Sad Thing Is…

Posted by John Hitchcock on 2014/11/19

Our media, our Colleges, our public education are the most depraved, anti-American they have ever been in the history of the US. And the sad thing is…

In 15 years, I’ll be able to say the same thing with complete accuracy.

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Listen up, rubes! Nancy Pelosi has a question for you ‘executive action’ haters

Posted by John Hitchcock on 2014/11/19

John Hitchcock:

The German nationals in Arizona and the Americans with squint eyes during the racist FDR’s Presidency would like to have a word with you, Nazi Peelousy.

Originally posted on Twitchy:

That’s probably what she had in mind when she said this:

Unfortunately, she only made herself look stupid.

Poor Nancy doesn’t know much of anything.

Can’t wait til the Left pounces on her for this one!

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‘Hope you die soon!': Treehuggers target bear hunter Eva Shockey

Posted by John Hitchcock on 2014/11/18

John Hitchcock:

“You better keep it civil or I’ll demand that you die!” Sincerely, typical tolerant Leftist.

Originally posted on Twitchy:

Remember the online treehugger freakout over hunter Kendall Jones? Well another female hunter is getting the WE WANT TO SEE YOU DEAD treatment from the oh-so tolerant and scientific animal rights crowd.

Nothing says “war on women” quite like the fanatical reaction to a female hunter photographed with a successful—and LEGAL—kill. The left wing nuts who get incensed about hunting are probably the same people who attack conservatives for being “anti-science.” Wildlife conservation is rooted in science and hunting plays a role in maintaining healthy populations.

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‘Gruber gremlins?': Jonathan Gruber videos reportedly disappearing from university websites

Posted by John Hitchcock on 2014/11/17

John Hitchcock:

The Stalinizing of US universities and @TheDemocrats.

Originally posted on Twitchy:

There are plenty of people who just wish all of those videos of Obamacare architect Jonathan Gruber mouthing off about “the stupidity of the American voter” would just go away, and then there are some people who aren’t content just wishing: they’re literally making those videos go away, it seems.

American Commitment president Phil Kerpen has been amassing a collection of Gruber videos, but some have been taken down quite recently. Here’s one from the University of Rhode Island that’s coming up empty tonight.

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William Schmalfeldt, Eat Your Heart Out

Posted by John Hitchcock on 2014/11/16

I am far less active these past two years than I was in 2012 and prior, due to my work (which has put me solidly in the middle class, whatever that is), and my blog’s hit-count and “other author activity” have taken a large toll, since my original article writing has dropped off precipitously. I do not claim to be a journalist. I have not fail-doxxed anyone. I have not tied my caboose (which is not nearly as sizeable) to a terrorist bomber/drug smuggler/perjurer/alleged pedophile/lawfare warrior (who loses his lawsuits)/fail-doxxer’s choo-choo. I have not been an adjudicated harasser in any state, much less multiple states. I have not been ordered to stop printing other people’s work. I have not tried to make money by printing other people’s work. I have not superimposed other people’s heads (and possibly photos of minors’ heads) on homoerotic pron. I don’t have a huge mock-worthy name among the blogosphere and among certain court-houses.

But I do have 156 blog followers, 50 facebook followers (for the website, many other “friends” who catch my feed that way), and year-to-date 80 page-views a day. Schmalfeldt only wishes he had that much of a following. And I’m a super-cereal micro-blog.

So, William Schmalfeldt, and Candy the TK bandit, eat your collective hearts out. I win.

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We Could Annex The Northern Half Of It

Posted by John Hitchcock on 2014/11/16

Back when we had control of the northern half of it, we should’ve annexed it then. But we didn’t, and we’ve been suffering for it since. And what is “it”, you ask? “It” is this.

And I know certain empty heads will esplode because I wrote this.

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Posted by John Hitchcock on 2014/11/15 just declared I am George H W Bush! The evils of that are astounding. First of all, I said I am Conservative. GHWB was and is no Conservative. He is not Conservative. Can you hear me? None of the Bush family are Conservative. Get that through your thick skulls.

I am not like GHWB. Ronald Reagan was too far Left for me, and I said so in 1985. GWHB was, clearly, to the left of Ronaldus Maximus, and was selected to appease the Statist Republicans.

Take the quiz yourselves, if you dare.

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Patrick Grady’s Story

Posted by John Hitchcock on 2014/11/15

Originally posted on hogewash:

The following is a guest post by Patrick Grady:

I flew into BWI late Thursday night. John was waiting at baggage claim for me. This had been arranged by an offer from a truly gracious host, and not by request. After a full day of work and half a night of travel, I was very, very grateful.

John drove me to the motel where I now sit typing this. If Bill knew how close I am … well, suffice it to say that I am glad this motel sits on top of a good sized hill next to the highway. I checked in, hung my suit, cursed myself for the one medical incidental item I forgot (guess all you want – I’m not saying), improvised a solution, and crashed hard.

Woke up this mornin’, got myself a gun …  (Sorry. Soprano’s reference). Went downstairs and availed myself of the free…

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Obamacare architect Jon Gruber calls voter ‘adolescent child’ in 5th video

Posted by John Hitchcock on 2014/11/14

John Hitchcock:

Hey Perry Hood, you sick, demented near-octogenarian Socialist from Lewes, Delaware, are you following what Jon Gruber, the architect of ObamaCare has been saying about you?

Originally posted on Twitchy:

Another day, another video of highly-paid Obamacare architect Jonathan Gruber speaking ill of Americans concerned with the ACA:

And here’s the clip:


Obamacare architect admits…

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Prevarication Du Jour

Posted by John Hitchcock on 2014/11/14

John Hitchcock:

If Bill Schmalfeldt couldn’t lie, harass, infringe copyrights, make (possibly pedophilic) fake porn to harm good people, he would have no ability to do anything at all. And there’s that hope, that that will be the case in the not to distant future.

Originally posted on hogewash:

Remember so long, long ago—way back yesterday—when the Cabin Boy™ announced that he was leaving the Interwebz for good? Well, just when you thought it was safe to get back onto Twitter …CBPR201411142230Z

Some of us don’t know that Patrick Grady didn’t come to Maryland because we saw him here today. I saw him when we left BWI airport together just after midnight this morning. I saw him again at Einstein Bros. while we had bagels for brunch. I saw him at the Howard County District Courthouse this afternoon. So did Deputy Sheriff Mays, who served the formal paperwork for The Dreadful Pro-Se Schmalfeldt’s peace order petition. (Deputy Mays signature is on the return of service paperwork.) So did Judge Mary Reese, before whom Mr. Grady appeared this afternoon.

Of course, there’s also the paperwork trail of a ticket from Midway to BWI on Southwest, the receipt for lodging at the Holiday…

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In Re Schmalfeldt v. Grady

Posted by John Hitchcock on 2014/11/14

John Hitchcock:

Where William Schmalfeldt chooses not to show up in court for a vexatious peace order lawsuit that William Schmalfeldt filed, but bravely shows up (with other members of Team Kimberlin, it appears) to bravely downvote comments regarding such.

Originally posted on hogewash:

The Dreadful Pro-Se Schmalfeldt was a no-show. The peace order petition was dismissed.

More later.


Cowardly no-show
Bogus petition dismissed
FroYo and mayo

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Fading Harry Reid says he’ll let ‘Goddess of the Senate’ Elizabeth Warren be Elizabeth Warren

Posted by John Hitchcock on 2014/11/13

John Hitchcock:

House Dems let Nancy Pelosi keep her leadership after they were booted from majority under that leadership. Senate Dems saw how well that worked out and kept Harry Reid on as their leader. Sounds like a good idea.

Originally posted on Twitchy:

Soon-to-be Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid lost the support this morning of Sen. Claire McCaskill and a handful of other Democrats but managed to hang onto his leadership position. One of his first announcements is that he would create a special leadership position for Sen. Elizabeth Warren. Perhaps understanding just what a crazy move he’d made, Reid conceded that he’d “let” Warren be Warren.

Indeed, Warren was quite literally breathing over Reid’s shoulder in a photo of his newly assembled leadership team, while reaction from his Twitter followers was less than enthusiastic.

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‘Idiot climate deniers’ invited to question White House’s top scientist at #AskDrH

Posted by John Hitchcock on 2014/11/13

John Hitchcock:

The guy who scare-mongered about the coming ice age in the 70s and thought it was a good idea to sterilize Africans without their consent is calling skeptics “climate deniers” since they aren’t going with the cooked books about the cooked planet. Imagine that.

Originally posted on Twitchy:

Cool! The president’s top scientist is taking questions on Twitter? Which one? Bill Nye the Science Guy or Neil deGrasse Tyson?

Neither? Oh man, it’s going to be famed oceanographer John Kerry, isn’t it? Or maybe infectious diseases expert Ron Klain?

Thanks for that kind invitation. We’d forgotten about Dr. John P. Holdren, Director of the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy. Anyone who does have questions about climate change can ask Dr. Holdren via the hashtag #AshDrH. Who wants to start?

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The Sorcerer’s Apprentice

Posted by John Hitchcock on 2014/11/13

John Hitchcock:

One of the members of Team Kimberlain (most likely) shows up on a Hogewash thread discussing a court date with a serial harasser and member of Team Kimberlin. And what does that (most likely) TK member do on that thread? Threatens to harass the victims of harassment, and declares they’ve been “reported” for “possibly going to show up armed” at a restaurant they will be gathering for camaraderie. You can’t make this fecal matter up.

Originally posted on hogewash:

Last night, I was running iTunes in random mode when The Sorcerer’s Apprentice by Paul Dukas came up. The first time I can remember hearing that piece was when I saw the movie Fantasia at the Tennessee theater in downtown Nashville back in the ’50s. The work is a symphonic poem that tells the story of Goethe’s poem Der Zauberlehrling. You probably know the story: Rather than do his chores the old fashioned way, a young apprentice tries to use magic. He loses control of his enchanted broom but is saved in the end when his master returns and sets things right. Mickey Mouse plays the apprentice in the Disney version.

But back to my story …

I didn’t initially realize what was playing in the background because I was concentrating on writing today’s Team Kimberlin Post of the Day. When I did notice the music, it struck me as…

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