Intelligent Christian Lady

Aug 28
Thanks and a tip of the top hat to Playboy.

Thanks and a tip of the top hat to Playboy.


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Aug 20
Image of Kate Meckler, courtesy New York Post. She was caught in the act, tried, and found guilty. Image of Mike Brown courtesy IJReview.

Image of Kate Meckler, courtesy New York Post. She was caught in the act, tried, and found guilty.
Image of Mike Brown courtesy IJReview.


Aug 18
From Wikipedia: “EDP Renováveis (English: EDP Renewables, EDPR) is a leading renewable energy company registered in Oviedo and headquartered in Madrid that designs, develops, manages and operates power plants that generate electricity using renewable energy sources.”

From Wikipedia: “EDP Renováveis (English: EDP Renewables, EDPR) is a leading renewable energy company registered in Oviedo and headquartered in Madrid that designs, develops, manages and operates power plants that generate electricity using renewable energy sources.”


Aug 17

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Two pictures worth several thousand words.


Aug 11
workingamerica:

Harvard Professor Justin Levitt surveyed more than a billion votes cast in general, primary, special, and municipal elections across the US from 2000 through 2014, and found only 31 credible instances of voter impersonation. And many of those 31 were never confirmed and prosecuted.

In-person voter fraud (ONE person casting a fraudulent vote) is the only kind that voter ID laws prevent.

workingamerica:

Harvard Professor Justin Levitt surveyed more than a billion votes cast in general, primary, special, and municipal elections across the US from 2000 through 2014, and found only 31 credible instances of voter impersonation. And many of those 31 were never confirmed and prosecuted.

In-person voter fraud (ONE person casting a fraudulent vote) is the only kind that voter ID laws prevent.

(via thewinstonisin)


Aug 9
The ceiling is above it all.

The ceiling is above it all.



Aug 8
And yes, a Big Mac costs $7.80 in Norway. But then again, nobody in Norway has to buy the cheapest possible food in order to survive.

And yes, a Big Mac costs $7.80 in Norway. But then again, nobody in Norway has to buy the cheapest possible food in order to survive.


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