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February 25, 2024

Sunday Overnight Open Thread (2/25/24)

—Misanthropic Humanitarian

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The Quotes of The Day


Quote I

“Health is one of the top drivers to the plant-based meat category, and we feel a deep responsibility to deliver on that expectation for the consumer,”Beyond Meat CEO Ethan Brown

Quote II

“The Green New Deal is a scam! They’re giving the NYCHA apartments away! They’re giving illegal aliens $10,000 a day! They’re trying to take NYCHA and give it away! I want you to debate me AOC!”
Congressional candidate, Jonathan David Rinaldi declared


Quote III

“I said earlier this week that no matter what happens in South Carolina, I would continue to run for president. I’m a woman of my word. I’m not giving up this fight when a majority of Americans disapprove of both Donald Trump and Joe Biden.” Nimarata Nikki Randhawa Haley
Obviously not the majority of South Carolinians.


Quote IV

Feckless policymakers, in league with their rapacious corporate cronies and other greedy elitists, have divined a critical distinction between the defunct Soviet variant of the communist virus and that of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP): unlike the former Soviet Union, western elites can make a buck off the communist China. Thaddeus G. McCotter


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The Comments of The Week

The best community on the webz. Great commentary folks, thank you.


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Gun Thread: End of February Edition!

—Weasel

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Howdy, Y'all! Welcome to the wondrously fabulous Gun Thread! As always, I want to thank all of our regulars for being here week in and week out, and also offer a bigly Gun Thread welcome to any newcomers who may be joining us tonight. Howdy and thank you for stopping by! I hope you find our wacky conversation on the subject of guns 'n shooting both enjoyable and informative. You are always welcome to lurk in the shadows of shame, but I'd like to invite you to jump into the conversation, say howdy, and tell us what kind of shooting you like to do!

Holy Shitballs! How in the ever-loving hell did it get to be February 25th? Cold weather be damned, I'm headed to WeaselAcres this coming weekend as long as it's not precipitating!

With that, step into the dojo and let's get to the gun stuff below, shall we?

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Food Thread: Rice? Lowly Rice? And Corn? Even Lowlier!

—CBD

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Rice is great! And there are all sorts too. There are perfumed rices and short-grained and long-grained rices and all thousands of ways to prepare them. No wonder, it is one of the most valuable food crops in the world (#1 according to the UN). So lots of people eat lots of rice, but I rarely eat it, because my preferred dish is Risotto, and that takes a fair amount of time. And I tend to eat the entire pot and stick my head into the container to lick it clean....

So..why am I thinking about Risotto? Because I had some yesterday for lunch with a dear friend, and now I can't stop thinking about it! And to make matters worse, commenter "Doof" sent me a photo of his dinner last night, and now I have two of my favorite foods on repeat in my head!

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Yeah...shrimp and grits, and a particularly delicious-looking version. He has promised to get the recipe and share it with the class, so keep nagging him until he coughs it up.

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First-World Problems...

—CBD

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I'm not saying it's aliens, but...it's aliens!

Or maybe the ice maker is possessed? Who knows, but the damned thing will sometimes spit out a single cube with nobody near the thing!

We'll probably have to move...

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Do You Believe In Miracles? The 1980 U.S. Olympic Hockey Team And The Future Of Patriotism

—CBD

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America had been on a roller coaster for almost 20 years, and most Americans wanted to get off the ride. From the highs of the space program to the lows of three high-profile assassinations, a presidential resignation, a military victory snatched from our armed forces by political machinations, violent cultural upheavals on our campuses and the concurrent profound social fracturing, fuel crises, the humiliation of the Iranian hostages, an economy that could not produce, stagflation, and a host of other ills conspired to shift the vision of a country from its post-war magnificence to one that gazed down on a country that was crumbling, polluted, getting poorer, and less influential on the world stage.

But the improbable success of a bunch of college hockey players against the Soviet Union and its seemingly inexorable drive for world domination was a respite from the grinding misery that had become America in the late 1970s. The story had everything America loved...underdogs, insurmountable odds, fighting and playing not for personal glory and wealth, but for a thing greater than themselves.

Did their victory provide a catalyst for the resurgence of America in the 1980s? No...of course not. It was a hockey game, not a geopolitical or economic tsunami. But it was a powerful symbol of what America once was, and could be again, and for a few moments the country remembered what it was like to see the horizons as limitless, rather than the increasingly stratified and static country we seemed to be becoming.

There were other forces at work too...Ronald Reagan understood how fragile our freedoms were and was able to articulate a vision of America that matched that of those 20 hockey players. Jimmy Carter's timid, diffident, and perhaps cowardly approach to America's problems became increasingly obvious. And most of all, America was still solidly patriotic, with love of country front and center in a large majority of the country. Reagan could rely on that deeply held belief that America was, is, and will always be the greatest country on earth, and that we would emerge from our current malaise a better and stronger country and people.

44 years later our country is in similarly dire straits. We are socially and politically fractured, our infrastructure is collapsing, the world sees us as a toothless, squawking bully, and our government seems to be actively pursuing policies that are antithetical to everything that America has believed for most of its history.

Worst of all, that sense of shared history and love of a common culture that is the hallmark of patriotism and American Exceptionalism has never been more fragile. If A similar situation in the world of sports...some amazing impossible run to the podium...happens, would America even notice or care? Would it become the focus of an awakening of love of country, or a refocus on what joins us together?

I think not. We have destroyed sports by relentlessly monetizing it: burying amateur athletics under a mountain of cash. Of course that is just a symptom of a much greater problem. We are no longer a unified country. Those tenuous links of the 60s and 70s that were made so much stronger by the resurgence of a belief in America as the greatest country on earth have been diluted by an ocean of illegals, by the careful undermining by the progressive academy of America Exceptionalism as a common bond; replaced by a post-modern mess of lemming-like pseudo-individualism, by the replacement of religion with new-age blather, and by the destruction of the idea of family as the first building block of a successful culture.

If we are to recover our past success, from where will that drive come? How will we rebuild the links that join us as a people? Would we even bother to cheer if those 20 players once again did the impossible?

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Sunday Morning Book Thread - 02-25-2024 ["Perfessor" Squirrel]

—Open Blogger


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Welcome to the prestigious, internationally acclaimed, stately, and illustrious Sunday Morning Book Thread! The place where all readers are welcome, regardless of whatever guilty pleasure we feel like reading (Admit it--we've all been there!). Here is where we can discuss, argue, bicker, quibble, consider, debate, confabulate, converse, and jaw about our latest fancy in reading material. As always, pants are required, unless you are wearing these pants...(warm and fuzzy kittens not included!)

So relax, find yourself a warm kitty (or warm puppy--I won't judge) to curl up in your lap, and dive into a new book. What are YOU reading this fine morning?

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EMT 18 Feb 25

—krakatoa

Happy Sunday.

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Daily Tech News 25 February 2024

—Pixy Misa

Top Story

  • The replication crisis is an ongoing problem in science, and particularly in medicine and psychology, where peer-reviewed papers that supposedly have a 95% probability of demonstrating a real effect cannot be replicated between 50% and 90% of the time.

    It turns out that AI is a cure for this problem. (Stanford)

    When querying Google Gemini for medical information, half of the papers referenced do not even exist, and 90% do not actually make the claims Gemini reports.

    Cure? Well sure. If a paper doesn't exist, it can't be wrong.

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Saturday Overnight Open Thread (2/24/24) Recycled Material Edition

—Misanthropic Humanitarian

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The Saturday Night Joke


Guy travels to Europe for a vacation... it's his first time, he sees the sights, has a real good time... after a while he decides to call home... gets his brother on the phone and says 'so how are things back home?'

... and the brother says 'your cat died!'... the guy says 'you shouldn't break bad news like that, you should...
... break it to me gently... like, you should say, 'the cat crawled out on the roof... chasing a squirrel... and got stuck...
we had to call the fire department... the fireman climbed up and got the cat, but on the way down he slipped... the cat fell to the ground...
... we had to take the cat to the vet... they tried to save the cat, they even operated... on the cat... but it was too late... they couldn't save the cat'... that's how you should break bad news like that'... so the guys says to his brother, 'anyway, how's mom?'... and the brother says
… 'SHE'S ON THE ROOF!'...

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Saturday Evening Moviethread [moviegique]: A Man Called Ove

—Open Blogger

Back in 2016, The Boy and I decided this Swedish film was one of the best of the year, and dreaded the inevitable remake with Tom Hanks, which did finally come out last year. We didn't see it, but I'll still enthusiastically recommend the original.

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While we have seen some good movies this year and a fair number of okay movies, there haven't been many at all that made us sit up and say, "Wow, this is easily one of the year's best!" You know, if you go to the movies a lot, you get a sense for film that's going to stand out, no matter whether it's January or (as in this case) October. This Swedish slice-of-life drama/black-comedy is one of those films.

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Weekend Hobby, Crafts and Bodging Thread

—J.J. Sefton

Greetings gang. Time once again to head for the basement, garage, shop, studio or wherever it is you can lose yourself for a few hours, get creative and have some fun.

Note: This is NOT an open thread so please refrain from any comments other than germane to the subject.


What's everyone working on, planning or dreaming about?

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Ace of Spades Pet Thread, February 24

—K.T.

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Good afternoon and welcome to the almost world famous Ace of Spades Pet Thread. Thanks for stopping by. Kick back and enjoy the world of animals.

Would you like a treat?

Let's relax a little with the animals and leave the world of politics and current events outside today.

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Hiya K.T.

My daughter sent this to me and I thought it was cool and you could use it on the pet thread. I'm mostly a lurker but when I do post in the comments I've been using "GoofusMaximus"

Thanks for taking over the Saturday thread activities. I enjoy them.

Thanks to your daughter for the unusual photo. Almost worthy of Google Gemini, but more creative!

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Gardening, Puttering and Adventure Thread, Feb. 24

—K.T.

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Hi Katy

It's maple syrup time again in the Great White North, a nice time of year to be outside in the bush with longer days & warmer weather. It has been milder than normal this winter so I tapped our trees this past week, about 2 weeks earlier than usual.

Temperatures above freezing in the day and below freezing at night are needed for the sap to drip. A short stretch of colder weather periodically stops the sap run which can be welcome relief to the constant collecting, boiling & bottling. Maple syrup season usually lasts 4 - 6 weeks, or for me, when I run out of firewood. After a long enough warm spell the trees start to bud causing the sap to sour.

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Why all good Americans must be afraid of "Christian Nationalists"

—K.T.

Get A Load Of These Insane Christian Nationalists Who Believed Rights Come From God And Not The Government

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At the end of yesterday's The Week In Woke post (don't comment on old threads), Ace wrote about a bit on MSNBC:

Watch the leftwing authoritarian Marxist media create the Narrative in real time:

1, if you believe that our rights derive from God, then you are a "Christian Nationalist"

2, if you are a "Christian Nationalist," you are a dangerous proto-terrorist who must be surveilled, harassed, debanked, and imprisoned by the Marxist God-State

She didn't say "2" but we've seen how this game of demonization and creation of a pretext for government persecution works.

Yes. But how do you handle such attacks?

Ace posted Kyle Shideler's reaction: "I wish everyone posting this clip would stop with the "look how dumb they are" schtick. They aren't dumb. They are setting conditions for what will become, or has already become, the accepted reality."

Troublemaker James Lindsay, that anti-communist atheist with a background in the study of religious cults, would agree with Shideler. He has foreseen this for several months now, and says that "Christian Nationalism is an operation" of the left.

This was his reaction to the same clip:

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The Classical Saturday Morning Coffee Diversity Thread & Prayer Revival

—Misanthropic Humanitarian

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Good morning Horde. So this is our last *Saturday together. I mean February Saturday.

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Daily Tech News 24 February 2024

—Pixy Misa

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Houston, Tranquility Base Here. The ONT Has Landed

—WeirdDave

Hello, and welcome to Friday's ONT. I just finished reading Doomsday Recon, and I have to say, it was great. Not my usual fare, but it's very well written, kinda Clancy meets Tolkien. From the blurb:

The year is 1989. America has just invaded Noriega’s Panama. And Specialist Bennett’s platoon of Cav Scouts are in country… with, frankly, not a whole lot to do. Until the freak rainstorm that somehow transports the entire platoon—Humvees, weapons, and all—to another world. A world controlled by a wicked Aztec god.  The Land of the Black Sun. In a heartbeat, the Scouts find themselves fighting for their lives against savage beasts, witches, zombies, subhuman tribes seeking sacrifices… and even themselves. Fuel runs low, ammo grows scarce, and their only allies are a tribe of all-female warriors and a single fledgling sorceress with a decidedly mean streak.
Sorry for steppin' on any toes, Perfessor, but I really did enjoy the book. On with the memes! I'll start with this one because you definitely could run into these guys in the Land of the Black Sun.


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The Cliffs of Insanity Cafe

—Disinformation Expert Ace

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I'm not sure but I think this might be fake. Trippy, though.

Some kind of bunny streetfight.

Life on Mercury?


Voice artist goes through all the common corporate voices she's asked to do.

A pod of whales.

Dol-O-Mite!

This is the sort of place where Cthulhu moonbathes.

The high road through Switzerland.


A waterfall as viewed from, get this, underwater.

Even in the gray rain, Switzerland is still pretty. (There are two videos there.)

Bear cubs doing some scouting.

Impossible cliffs in Norway. (Multiple videos here.)

Jumping from an impossible cliff.

Scenes from an Italian (Cliffside) Restaurant.

Some amazing cliffs (and sea stacks, of course) in Oregon.

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The Week In Woke

—Disinformation Expert Ace

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Deb Heine's story about Gemini is worth reading, especially if you're coming to this late and need the background and context. She points out that Gemini will produce images of "beautiful black women" and "beautiful trans 'women'" -- but it refuses to produce image of "beautiful white women," because that "reinforces harmful stereotypes."

I noted earlier that when Gemini is asked to produce images of Vikings, it produces "Vikings" from four different races: Pacific Islander, black, American Indian, and Danny Trejo.

But when you ask it to produce images of white Zulu warriors, it refuses, and produces only black Zulu warriors:

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Ah, it's following Hollywood Casting Rules: We need black Viking and Middle Earth dwarves, but man oh man, do we intend to keep Wakanda racially pure!

Bonus: Google's AI says it cannot provide a recipe for fois gras because it's unethical to force-feed ducks to fatten their livers, but then also refuses to condemn cannibalism, lecturing that this is a nuanced question which depends on different cultural perspectives.

Another bonus: The white savior programming Google AI says that he would have averted the 2007 mortgage meltdown and financial crisis, but evil capitalists stopped him.


Eat Zee Bugs Update: The Drooling Vegetable Administration is funding a program to raise "edible bugs" on landfill garbage.

The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) began funding research into trash-fed crickets as an alternative to conventional and "unsustainable" protein production in July 2023, a federal grant listing shows.

The $130,000 grant supports research that "addresses the need for more cost-efficient production of crickets as a sustainable protein source," according to the listing. Specifically, the grant will support research into using municipal landfill waste to feed crickets that will later be harvested for human consumption.

USDA awarded the grant to Mighty Cricket Inc., a private firm that sells cricket flour, cricket protein powder and cricket oatmeal. The agency believes that using landfill waste to feed crickets could help the firm "procure cricket feed at lower cost than what is available on the market," leading to savings that could then be passed along to the consumer.


Seattle activists just declared a "homosexual intifada." An intifada is a violent uprising.


As if "Queers for Palestine" wasn't enough of a self-parody, keffiyeh-donning gay activists in Seattle have declared a "homosexual intifada."

After another pro-Hamas/anti-Israel march and rally that took over city streets that Seattle mayor Bruce Harrell ceded, the extremists plastered their signage around downtown Seattle. That's when we started seeing a new flyer showing two men with faces covered with keffiyeh while embracing in a kiss. The pink-hued message says "Homo-sexual Intifada" in all caps.

Seattle's homosexual intifada flyer is a stark oxymoron as brazen as it is ignorant. It signals LGBT Seattle activists are willing to become more violent in support of a terrorist organization that would order them tossed from the highest rooftop the moment they accuse someone of misgendering them.

Note that any white straight males who even discuss the topic of a possible civil war will be put under surveillance by the federal government. Trans extremists meanwhile accumulate a high bodycount in mass shootings, while their activists demand violent action against normies. But the feds will not monitor their speech -- The Regime approves of violence by the extreme left. It helps intimidate civilians into going where The Regime wants them to go.


Minnesota declared itself a "trans sanctuary" that would sever the parental bonds of authority over children, if children ran away to Minnesota seeking genital amputation against the wishes of their parents.

Now Big Mutilation is rolling in money-- the clinics are cutting and chopping night and day, and still can't keep up with demand.

During the last legislative session, Minnesota declared itself a "trans refuge" state, inviting children from around the country to travel to the state to get "gender-affirming care" here if they were no longer able to get treatment to medically transition in their home state.

The law was specifically targeted to get children to come to Minnesota for treatments including hormones and surgery.

Minnesota Democrats placed this law near the top of their legislative agenda, and were over the moon when they managed to get the bill passed.

There was no question in anybody's mind that this would result in a substantial expansion of the client base for clinics and doctors that provide this care. That was the whole point--to bring children here to get the care "they need."

Regardless of what you think of the morality of what they did--this law would allow adults to violate court orders and custody rights established in other states--it was not just predictable but also the entire point was to dramatically expand the patient pool in the state.


Well, it happened, and in a big way.

And now the butcher shops "struggle" to keep up with demand. Hit the link for The Rest of the Story.

Trans provocateurs arranged for a funeral in St. Patrick's Cathedral. They deceived the church about the decedent, hiding the fact that it was a trans extremist and male prostitute.

Then, having deceptively gained entry into the storied church, they made a mockery of it and Christianity.

A raucous funeral liturgy for a high-profile trans activist and sex-worker advocate was held Thursday in New York City's St. Patrick's Cathedral, sparking an outcry on social media that the iconic church was misused to advance an ideological agenda at odds with Catholic teaching.

The Manhattan cathedral hosted the Feb. 15 funeral service for Cecilia Gentili, an activist who helped to decriminalize sex work in New York, lobbied for "gender identity" to be added as a protected class to the state's human rights laws, and was a major fundraiser for transgender causes.

Organizers reportedly did not disclose to the cathedral that Gentili, who died Feb. 6 at age 52, was a biological man who identified as a woman.

"I kept it under wraps," Ceyeye Doroshow, the service's organizer, told The New York Times.

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The Archdiocese later released a statement on Saturday from Father Enrique Salvo, the pastor of St. Patrick's, who said that cathedral staff "had no idea our welcome and prayer would be degraded in such a sacrilegious and deceptive way."

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Time magazine described the fact that a funeral service for a trans activist was held in a Catholic cathedral as "no small feat," while The New York Times described the service as "an exuberant piece of political theater."

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Other Catholics, however, were more pointed in their assessment.

On X, CatholicVote described the service as a staged "mockery of the Christian faith INSIDE St. Patrick's Cathedral" by trans activists.

Others called for Cardinal Dolan and the Archdiocese of New York to respond to what they considered to be sacrilege.

Many of the 1,000 in attendance wore drag and scanty outfits. At the foot of the altar stood an image of the Argentinian-born Gentili with a halo, surrounded by the Spanish words for "whore," "transvestite," "blessed," and "mother."

Trans activist Oscar Diaz told Time it "felt appropriate" to say farewell to Gentili with a funeral service at St. Patrick's, describing the event as an act of bestowing "sainthood" on the transgender advocate.

The service for Gentili was marked by several moments that were out of the ordinary for a Catholic funeral and have raised questions of irreverence and sacrilege.

For instance, during the liturgy, attendees cheered, applauded, and chanted "Cecilia!" and "madre de putas" -- Spanish for "mother of whores."

A rendition of the "Ave Maria" by the cathedral cantor was interrupted when an attendee shouted "Ave Cecilia!" and danced down the center aisle.

That sound you're hearing is the last remaining support and sympathy for the transgender extremists burning up from the heat of their own poisonous hatred of anything good and normal and decent.

A prominent trans surgeon admits that hollowing out a penis, inverting it, and then Frankensewing it into an unstable fake vagina can result in a lot of complication for the patient.

A prominent surgeon stated that the complications from vaginoplastic surgery that aims at removing male genitals and creating a vagina 'can be pretty bad" and noted that there was "a growing number of programs throughout the world of gender affirmation, probably with a lack of training and not proper training," according to the video of a presentation that the Daily Caller News Foundation obtained through a public records request.

"Complications can be pretty bad for vaginoplasty and the most-dreaded complication is to perforate the rectum while you are dissecting the vaginal cavity," Dr. Alex Laungani, a Canadian surgeon, who has "expertise in trans surgical care," said at an event sponsored by the World Professional Association for Transgender Health (WPATH).

"You are essentially dissecting the vaginal cavity between the prostate and the rectum and there's literally no space there," he said. "So, you have to create a new plain in a spot that doesn't exist. So, you're very close to the rectum and it's very hard--it's very easy to get in there. We don't, I mean, the more you do it, the less risk you have, of course."

"You're not going to follow up, you know, and you're not going to be that interested that you actually go and hang out at these kinds of conferences and learn from your colleagues, because you're not going to do it as much," he said. "So, I think you need to dedicate a huge part of your practice to gender-affirming care if you are going to do it at all."

One article published in 2023 in the journal Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery stated: "Penile inversion vaginoplasty (PIV) is a common procedure for transfeminine patients, with the goal of creating a functional vaginal canal and clitoris and a natural-appearing vulva. Creation of the neovagina requires opening the prerectal space, most commonly from a perineal approach, and the reported rates of rectal perforation during this dissection range from 3% to 5%."

A slide in the WPATH presentation listed possible complications of vaginoplasty, which include minor wound dehiscence, vaginal stenosis, recto-vaginal fistula, pelvic floor dysfunction, and clitoris necrosis.

During the presentation, Laungani noted the rate of wound dehiscence, a complication in which a surgical incision reopens, could be as high as 75%. "I think for the dehiscence you can expect as much as probably 75 percent," he said.

In the recording, Laungani explained that within the first week after surgery, a vaginoplasty patient must begin regularly dilating the surgically created vagina, sometimes called a neovagina, to prevent closure. He described dilation as a sometimes painful, time-consuming process, saying patients have to dilate themselves up to four times a day.

WPATH should just admit to their experimental victims that if you opt for "transgender" surgery, you're signing up for the Surgery of the Month club, forever, at least until Americans get fed up and stop covering this butchery under Obamacare.

At long last, some common sense backed by courage: Nassau County, NY has banned men from competing in women's sports.

This is believed to be the first such executive order. It applies to female competitive sports, not co-ed sports, or sports where females compete against males.

The ban is for county-run facilities.

It's crazy that an executive order like this had to be signed in the first place, but here we are. Kudos to Nassau County for leading the way. Let's hope that more local officials will do the same across the country.

[ABC News 7 in NYC:] "This is not precluding anybody from participating in sports," said Blakeman. "What it is, it's identifying that there are women and girls who spend a tremendous amount of time and effort to excel and compete in their sports that are women's sports.... And it is an unfair advantage for someone who is a biological male to compete against a biological female."

Blakeman was surrounded by female athletes, including Kim Russell. Russell is a former women's lacrosse coach at Oberlin College in Ohio. She was reassigned after speaking out against men competing against women.

The county has 100 ballfields and athletic facilities. If a team or league does not agree to the ban, they will be barred from the facilities.


The ADL says that the leftwing trans terrorist who shot up Christian children is not a leftwing terrorist at all, because it used the word "f*gg*t" at one point, which, let's be serious, 90% of gays use themselves. And through this kind of accounting fraud, the left is able to claim that only "rightwingers" do mass shootings. They just reclassify any leftwing murderer as a rightwinger. After all, no True Scotsman would ever...

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The Corrupt Race-Hustling "Super Mayor" of Dolton, IL, Finally Being Investigated for Official Corruption, Such as Using Cops to Shut Down Businesses Unless They Donated to Her "Charity"

—Disinformation Expert Ace

She has a criminal history and gang affiliations, and they voted for her anyway.

And then this gangster bitch began looting the town's coffers, firing any cops who did not act as her personal Gangster Enforcers, and using the corrupt cops she hired to impose a Mafia-like street tax on legitimate, lawful businessmen.

Who could have imagined a gangster whore would do such a thing?

FBI investigating Illinois Mayor Tiffany Henyard for misuse of office and corruption as state AG shuts down her charity after she responded to critics by saying 'how dare you question me, I'm a black woman!'

Illinois Mayor Tiffany Henyard is accused of shutting down businesses that refuse to donate to her campaign, and using public funds for her charity

The FBI is now investigating Dolton's mayor for myriad instances of public financial corruption

Residents of the small village hope to see their mayor in handcuffs sooner rather than later

By Sophie Mann For Dailymail.Com


The FBI is probing the self-described 'super-mayor' of a small Illinois town over mounting allegations of misconduct and misuse of office.

Tiffany Henyard, 40, had her charity shut down Tuesday by the Illinois Attorney General over alleged financial corruption.

'Tiffany Henyard Cares' was ordered to stop seeking contributions. Prior reporting found that Henyard used taxpayer money and the services of public employees to support the charity, which was not registered with the AG's office.

Henyard's notorious misuse of public funds, on expenditures that include personal styling, travel, and an outlandish salary, have allegedly plunged the tiny town of Dolton into $5million of debt.

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The beleaguered leader has previously lashed out at the town's board and her constituents for criticizing her, accusing her detractors of 'attacking a black woman that's in power.'

The FBI, citing the pending investigation, declined to comment. Though, local residents say agents who have approached them about the case say they have received dozens of complaints about Henyard.

'She said we are going to get her,' one resident said, referring to an FBI agent. 'It just takes time. We have to make sure we have all our i's dotted and t's crossed.'

Henyard, the first female mayor of the tiny Illinois village, has been accused of shutting down businesses that refuse to donate to her campaign. She was previously slammed for using city money to fund her glamorous looks.

She's also accused of using official position within the town to retaliate against those who do not comply with her wishes, the New York Post revealed.

Residents claim she adopts the persona of movie gangster Nino Brown from the 1991 film 'New Jack City' during official meetings, dressing in an ensemble designed to instill fear.


...


During a meeting, she reportedly signaled for a DJ to play Rihanna's 'B***h Better Have My Money,' while fully committing to her Nino Brown persona, even carrying a small stuffed dog reminiscent of a scene from the movie.

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Since the initial reporting on Henyard's spending, it's been revealed she and other officials spent more than $67,000 on trips to Portland, Austin, Atlanta and New York City on the village's dime, according to WGN.

And Las Vegas, of course.

Many of the flights were first-class, while Henyard's team spent $13,000 in public money staying in New York.

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Henyard doesn't understand the criticism, as she believes she's working to better everyone's lives.

'Everything we do is for the people. But we're under attack. We get scrutinized by the media,' she said. 'For what? Loving on the people? Showing that they matter to us? We going through the fires for you all.'

Appearing in a Black Church near you!

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Henyard, who often refers to herself as 'God's favorite,' has now sparked further outrage by proposing a new law that would cap the next mayor's salary at $25,000, unless she remains in the role, Fox 32 reported in early February.

She's making $300,000 per year to be mayor of this tiny town of very poor people.

But she wants to give the next mayor a salary of $25,000, if that person is anybody but her. Basically attempting to craft a law that would make no one want to take her job from her.


Oh, and she also hires her sex-offender criminal friends to positions that involve going into people's homes:

A year after her election, Dolton residents triggered a recall process largely due to her hiring of convicted sex offender Lavelle Redmond into a role that would require him to enter people's homes.

According to reporting at the time, the then-16-year-old Redmond and three others kidnapped and sexually assaulted two girls, ages 13 and 14.

At age 17, Redmond was sentenced to 50 years in prison but was paroled in 2016 and required to register as a sex offender. At the time Henyard defended the move, stating that convicts who have served time deserve a second chance.


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However, the recall failed on a technicality and Henyard remained in post, turning up to the next board meeting blasting a disco song and dancing on the podium.

A judge fren of hers tossed out that recall effort.



Following the verdict, she also posted a defiant picture on Instagram proclaiming herself the 'People's Mayor' with the caption, 'I am and forever will be Dolton's Mayor.'

The only thing that would make this better is if the demented clown Joe Biden met with this gangsta bitch.

Good news: It's better.

The FBI is reportedly probing misconduct allegations regarding Dolton, Illinois Mayor Tiffany Henyard after a local business owner claimed he was punished for refusing to donate to an event the mayor held.

Henyard had previously posted an Instagram video of herself chatting with Biden from when she attended a press conference at the White House on Jan. 19, during the U.S. Conference of Mayors' annual winter meeting.

Fox News Digital previously reported that Henyard has been living like a royal with a combined salary of nearly $300K -- more than the state's governor -- and frequent use of beauty vendors, despite the 23,000 residents of the Illinois town having a median income of $24K. Henyard has also come under fire for various tirades in public meetings, accusing her critics among local leaders of "beating and attacking on a Black woman that's in power."

She just started sexting Darrius "Sweetdick" Honeycum, Esq.

According to FOX 32, a Dolton-based U-Haul rental and trucking business owner named Lawrence Gardner said he went to the FBI out of frustration that the Village of Dolton would not renew his business license. He claims he has suffered from harassment, raids on his business and being shut down by Dolton Police. Gardner believes it's retaliation after he refused to donate to a civic event sponsored by Henyard.

"I talked to a couple of [FBI] agents and I explained to them what's going on," Gardner told FOX 32. "I gave them all my paperwork to show them what was happening in court and what was happening in Dolton. And they told me they were investigating and would be in touch with me."

He also reportedly claimed that the FBI agents he spoke with took his allegations seriously, "Yes. Very serious. Very."

Actual Justice Warrior has done several videos about the "Super Mayor."

After the FBI began investigating people that she was using the cops to shut down for not donating to her campaign or charity, she then began retaliating against people who spoke to the FBI.

Keep watching to the 4:00 mark -- one of her critics also happened to have two thugs dressed all in black shoot up her house and vehicle, then speed off in a white Escalade (?).

That video is around 3:40-4:00. The shooting takes place at the top right of the screen.

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