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  #209 New April 25th, 2020 02:23 AM
Well, I will have to see if either of my two posts to the Pit survive. In one, I dared to mention religion, in the other, I dared to criticize the actions of my state governor. I do not think that he has missed a meal in a decade or two or three. It will be interesting to see how the lawsuit regarding the length of emergency powers plays out. The law does not allow for a whole lot of wiggle room.

Next, why is it that the mayor of Chicago can break stay-at-home orders and get her hair down with no repercussions but I cannot get a hair cut? Is the state of her hair someone connected to her job performance? Then she gets ticked when the Chicago City Council does not, to my shock, give her spending powers with no oversight as long as the virus emergency last. My guess is that the virus emergency is going to last a long time in Chicago. Against that, the longer the revenue stream is cut off, the faster Chicago goes bankrupt. That will be interesting to see.

The mayor of New York has now adopted one of Germany's favorite pre-war and World War 2 tactics, and is asking New Yorkers to snitch on those who do not appear to be adequately social distancing. Note, the mayor is immune to this action. Apparently, so are the news organizations. Exactly what will happen to these people is a yet to be determined. After all, New York is releasing criminals from the city jails to fight the virus. Some of those former inmates have already returned to their former cell. At least New York state has allowed gun stores to open, but you cannot bring your purchase into New York City to protect yourself from the released criminals. That may still be against the law.

My church is going with another drive-in service, and hopefully I can make it as we will also be partaking in communion. We have been assured, for now, that this is okay. If the governor wakes up with a stomach ache on Sunday morning, that could change. The local gun shops are doing a booming business, but the idea of everyone having to wear masks is making them quite uncomfortable. Generally, when someone with a mask walks into a gun shop, the employees start grabbing for their own guns. I am not sure how long this mask order is going to be sustained. The Democrats might get very upset about civil disobedience being used against them. A friend of a friend of mine got pretty thoroughly worked over by some "progressives" who did not like his Trump hat. They also wrecked his car because of the Trump stickers. Needless to say, no arrests were made.

This is also the anniversary of the Armenian genocide by Turkey, with an assist from the Kurds, but more about that tomorrow.

Edit Note: I do not think that my comments in the Pit are going to be allowed.
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