Yep, I cut my hair. My mother used to cut all our hair. My dad was in the Air Force.
My exercise habits, forced to run, oldest bro had us doing exercises, then pouring myself into my work like a white man, the flood at BOND, a rigorous coworker or few, getting up at 3 or 4 every weekday….
TDS hits the “weather community”
You heard about this from Nick second hour, Hake News top of third hour, and my show on Sunday.
(Drudge) NOAA assailed for defending President's hurricane claim… (AP) Former top officials of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) are assailing the agency for undermining its weather forecasters as it defends President Donald Trump’s statement from days ago that Hurricane Dorian threatened Alabama. The NOAA repudiated a tweet from the National Weather Service of Birmingham the previous weekend contradicting Trump about Alabama’s risk.
The NWS Birmingham had tweeted: “Alabama will NOT see any impacts from #Dorian. We repeat, no impacts from Hurricane #Dorian will be felt across Alabama. The system will remain too far east. #alwx”
HERE’S THE NOAA STATEMENT: “From Wednesday, August 28, through Monday, September 2, the information provided by NOAA and the National Hurricane Center to President Trump and the wider public demonstrated that tropical-storm-force winds from Hurricane Dorian could impact Alabama. This is clearly demonstrated in Hurricane Advisories #15 through #41, [which can be viewed at a link provided]. The Birmingham National Weather Service’s Sunday morning tweet spoke in absolute terms that were inconsistent with probabilities from the best forecast products available at the time.”
The weather service is part of NOAA.
Ridiculous quotes from the intellectuals
“This rewriting history to satisfy an ego diminishes NOAA,” Elbert “Joe” Friday, former Republican-appointed director of the National Weather Service, said on Facebook. He told The Associated Press on Saturday: “We don’t want to get the point where science is determined by politics rather than science and facts. And I’m afraid this is an example where this is beginning to occur.”
JAMES COMMENTARY (OH, LORD, SO WHERE IS HE ON THE SO-CALLED MAN-MADE CLIMATE CHANGE CONSPIRACY THEORY?)
You gotta check out these quotes, they’re rich, melodramatic, apocalyptic, and accusing Trump of doing what THEY’RE doing!
“Heartbreaking.” ... “...makes the country less safe…” … “...politicizing…” …
Caller Log, courtesy of Jesse’s producer, Nick
Neil from Wisconsin brings up the federal reserve. James doesn't know much about the federal reserve but he knows they have too much power. He is glad that Trump is going after them.
Ryan M. from Concord, CA has some comments on MGTOW. To James the MGTOW people are victims. Although they sometimes may have legitimate grievances, they also usually bring it upon themselves.
Scott from Chicago, IL has some comments on Andrew Yang. He comments on Yang crowdsurfing which has left him wondering why the media calls Trump crazy. They touch on Mark Sanford and James says anyone who is anti Trump then he is anti them.
Dan from Phoenix, AZ finds Andrew Yang to be arrogant to think he can change America. James is leery of the young commies our schools are raising.
I Was Not Excited About Liberal Males Accused by #MeToo
(Drudge) Weinstein accuser sent affectionate e-mails after alleged sex attack… (Page Six) A Harvey Weinstein accuser sent the disgraced producer hundreds of affectionate messages – including one that said “I’m thinking about you” just a day after he allegedly raped her in 2010, according to emails obtained by the media.
Some of “loving” quotes from the accuser
Alexandra Canosa, who is suing Weinstein in Manhattan federal court, wrote him the 2010 missive along with, “Miss you too. Love to you and the girls” in early 2011 — fewer than two weeks after she claims he forced her to perform oral sex on him, the emails show.
A Jan. 30, 2013, email also shows that Canosa, who worked at The Weinstein Company for a decade and produced some Netflix series, even addressed the fallen Hollywood heavyweight with the greeting, “hi love.” “You have been my mentor and friend for many years now and have never failed to give me the right advice. I am trying to figure out what my next step should be for my career as a whole and I trust your guidance completely,” she wrote. Canosa signed that message, “love, Ally.”
Canosa, who claims Weinstein repeatedly attacked her from 2010 through 2017, also sent him a condolence message in January 2017 after his mom died. “I know how much she meant to you and how deeply loved and respected she was and I can only imagine how proud she must have been of all you have created and contributed to, throughout your life,” she wrote. Canosa signed that message, “Warmest, Ally.”
Canosa, who is suing Weinstein for unspecified damages, tried to keep the messages under wraps and blasted him for refusing to agree to her request. “Weinstein and his counsel are trying to manipulate and misuse these emails out of context to taint the Jury pool by creating a false impression that there was a consensual sexual relationship when there was only a consensual business relationship,” Canosa lawyer Jeremy Hellman wrote in an Aug. 21 letter to the judge.
Background on Weinstein
Weinstein, 67, faces life in prison if convicted of predatory sexually assault in the alleged rape of a longtime lover, who hasn’t been publicly identified, in 2013 and an alleged sex attack on production assistant Mimi Haleyi in 2006.
MY COMMENTARY: In short, as Jesse says, men are sex addicts, and women are sex dealers. And so the men surrender their natural power and authority. Men’s Forum was awesome last week, BTW.
The Fallen State this past Friday noon, with Dielawn http://thefallenstate.tv
Church Sunday 11 AM PT yesterday, about millennials http://rebuildingtheman.com/church