I would love to hear what you all think of this that JPL linked to in the previous thread.
(replaced the first link with this better one, still the same song)
Maybe women should tell @Sen_JoeManchin what he can do w/ his vote to kill their rights to control their bodies? Not like I'm suggesting a March down his street or anything..Maybe with a really loud Metal band playing at 4am…Every night, for the rest of his life. pic.twitter.com/fyXJpUedPj
— David F. (@NJGuitarBoy) May 11, 2022
I liked it, but I’m not sure what they are supposed to stock up on. ??
I LOVE THIS, THOUGH.
The original tweet’s about the baby formula shortage; one response links to that song. Two separate things.
Reason why our system of government stopped listening and acting on behalf of the voters.
Top 10 Lobby Groups of 2021
US Chamber of Commerce: $66.4 million
National Association of Realtors: $44 M
PhRMA: $30.4 M
Business Roundtable: $29.1 M
Blue Cross: $25.2 M
American Hospital Associationn: $25.1 M
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Amazon: $19.3 M
American Chemical Council: $16.6 M
VOTE BLUE NO MATTER WHO
I want one of those!
@debbie: Is there a trick, then, to finding the original tweet with the song instead of the one with the unrelated comment about baby formula?
This should be what you’re looking for:
I went to the poster’s feed and scrolled until I found the clip
ETA: I think he found it somewhere, but I’m not sure how to figure that one out.
I clicked on his profie. I took a bit of skimming to find one he wasn’t retweeting. Here’s a clean version.
@debbie: Thank you!
I looked for more Vote Blue No Matter Who images.
@debbie: ha I had sent the original tweet to a friend and she sent this back. My motto is don’t ever read the comments. I do love mollie though . Moosewood was one of my original cookbooks from way back then. The ex stole it. No wonder why after all these years, I still hold a grudge.
@JPL: That’s the Mollie from the Moosewood cookbook? I have always liked that one.
I’ve still got it in paperback!
@TaMara: Love this. I hope the democratic party buys the rights and cuts it down to tv size.
@WaterGirl: Mine was fifty years old and he stole it asshole.
@debbie: Mine is paperback, too.
Maybe women festoon Joe Manchin’s yacht with barnacles !
@JPL: Have you looked for a used copy online?
(yes, he’s an asshole)
@WaterGirl: no.. but the original had a layered taco chip, salsa, black bean, cheese and spinach recipe which is excellent. I still make it but with changes over the years.
@JPL: Fabulous cookbook
@JPL: Mine is from 1977 and I would be happy to take a picture of any recipe you want. But mine may not be old enough?
As much as it galls me this is where were at if we hope to keep our democracy. But once Democracy is secured. We go after these worthless small d Dems!
@nonrev321: I’ll bite. What is a worthless small d Dem?
Small d usually refers to “democracy” or “democratic” but not related to party.
So what you’ve written does not compute.
I get that Joe Manchin can be frustrating as hell, but without him Mitch McConnell would be in charge, and everything Joe Biden has worked on and all his nominations would have been strangled in the crib. The thing is the problem is not Joe Manchin, but the 50 GOP Senators. We have the Senate on a knife’s edge. We need to make Joe Manchin irrelevant by not only defending Hassan, Kelly, Masto, and Warnock, but also capturing the open GOP seats in NC, OH and PA. And while we’re at it let’s get rid of Grassley, Johnson, and Rubio. Let’s make those seats our goal.
All this and contra you guys. Babies need fed. My beloved grand-daughter had food issues (allergic to milk.) So what is with these kids? Starve? Y’all okay with that? Have a way to not have it happen?
@sab: Biden talked about this HHS collection of information today, along with all they’re doing to end the problems quickly.
Ordinary citizens raised $1.5 Billion for Dem candidates through ActBlue in just the 3rd quarter of 2020. How badly do Dems need the money of these outfits, unless (like Manchin, I’m sure) that’s how they’re wired, and they don’t know how to change?
Meanwhile, in Texas, …
Good luck, folks. :-(
We need more resilience in our electricity systems, and we need to do more to reduce CO2 and methane in the atmosphere – quickly.
@WaterGirl: Abebooks thinks 1977 is the first. Here’s a paperback for a fiver: https://www.abebooks.com/servlet/BookDetailsPL?bi=30805593496
@Timill: Yes, that’s the one I have! I will email JPL.
@WaterGirl: I went to grad school at Cornell in the 1980s. I used to eat at Moosewood!