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As you know, for several years now I’ve had my desk in my walk-in closet.

But due to the fortuitous discovery of the world’s largest deposit of frackable natural gas in my yard (see above), I’ve upgraded my closet considerably.

Also, my clothes and grooming have improved as well.

In other news, the Lego Corporation of Denmark has brought out a “Steve Sailer’s Closet” playset.

 
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  1. Coronavirus SARs2 is pernicious. It damages the lungs, heart, liver, kidneys, soles of the feet, blood itself (clotting) and the brain.

    • Replies: @donut
    I've done all that on my own with no help from some Commie bug .
    , @Olorin
    You left out how it also causes colonic bursitis, consumption, elephantiasis, explosive urethral exsanguination, gangrene, gout, gunshot wounds, ingrown brains, leprosy, mange, plague, pneumonia, quinsy, rheumatism, robot assault, scrofula, spontaneous pan-corporeal organ rejection, state-ordered electrocution, transdermal vomiting, typhus and/or worms.

    Plus your willy falls off.

    Already in Pennsylvania they're reporting that this terrible disease has a "negative death rate," which to my quant's eye suggests it also is responsible for zombieism, which I would more readily associate with Camden or the Jersey shore.

    , @MEH 0910

    blood itself (clotting)
     
    Stone and Hall Find Satellite That Carries Deadly Germ in "The Andromeda Strain"
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UEzSGifV4YM
  2. And your taste in elf shoes!

  3. View from the street:

    • Replies: @Ancient Briton
    Frackin' hell that's quite a stretch!
  4. Get yo’ feet off the furniture who raised you.

    • Agree: Inverness
    • Replies: @ThreeCranes
    Obama’s mammy.

    https://www.washingtontimes.com/multimedia/collection/president-obamas-favorite-footstool-famous-resolut/?page=2
  5. Keep your arms spread out wide Steve , it makes it harder to get the net over your head .

    • Agree: Coemgen
  6. > world’s largest deposit of frackable natural gas in my yard (see above)

    Why are you flaring it? Sour? H2S probably kills Corona-chan.

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    Why are you flaring it?

    Because I can.

  7. steve, you ok big guy?

  8. Do you lay down on the floor to type on that keyboard?

  9. @ic1000
    > world’s largest deposit of frackable natural gas in my yard (see above)

    Why are you flaring it? Sour? H2S probably kills Corona-chan.

    Why are you flaring it?

    Because I can.

  10. Your own perpetual flame?

    Cool.

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    Actually, it's John F. Kennedy's Perpetual Flame. I made a modest contribution to the Arlington National Cemetery's endowment in return for certain relocations to add historical interest to my yard.
  11. Just don’t let the money go to your head, Steve.

  12. Steve is actually squatting in David Geffen’s pool house while he’s quarantining on his yacht.

  13. Is that pH water a more effective treatment for coronavirus than Clorox. Don’t hold out on us Steve.

    water

  14. Hmm … a panic room with that much glass seems so very California. Is it bulletproof?

  15. For god’s sake…put some socks on!

  16. Channel the inner Persian:

  17. Now, there’s a Lego model of Kliff Kingsbury’s home:


    Image: Lori Johnston, a lecturer at the University of Georgia’s journalism school, tweeted a LEGO rendition of Kingsbury’s home.

    You probably saw the picture tweeted by the Cardinals’ team account: Kingsbury, relaxed in a sofa with three cell phones in front of him, watched the TV intently. It was the posh backyard, fire pit and Camelback Mountain in the background that wowed NFL fans.

    https://arizonasports.com/story/2297691/cardinals-gm-steve-keim-calls-kliff-kingsburys-house-a-palatial-estate/

    Kingsbury’s record in 6 seasons at Texas Tech was 35-40. The Arizona Cardinals were 5-10 in Kingsbury’s first year as head coach.

    Psst: It’s always good to keep some foot sanitizer handy in case runaway toe jam sets in while your feet are sweating in street shoes.

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    Thanks.
  18. @Cortes
    Your own perpetual flame?

    Cool.

    Actually, it’s John F. Kennedy’s Perpetual Flame. I made a modest contribution to the Arlington National Cemetery’s endowment in return for certain relocations to add historical interest to my yard.

    • LOL: Redneck farmer, moshe
  19. Also, I’m now owner, general manager, and coach of the NFL Arizona Cardinals. My draft choices last week were awesome.

    • LOL: Bubba
    • Replies: @BenKenobi
    I don't into sportsball, but there's a Simpsons clip for that. It's from 2000, is it still accurate?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sc3nNPd0VnA
    , @Bubba
    I wish you were Steve - you'd make wise decisions and have a good team every year.

    And your post is hilarious.

    , @Reg Cæsar


    Why are you flaring it?
     
    Because I can.

     

    It's about time Steve came out of the closet. Literally.

    Also, I’m now owner, general manager, and coach of the NFL Arizona Cardinals.
     
    Then move them back home!


    https://www.profootball100.com/sites/profootball100.indiemade.com/files/imagecache/im_clientsite_product_zoom/c-rc16x.jpg
  20. According to Zillow, your closet remodel cost $4,455,000, a bit over what Texas Tech had to pay to fire their previous football coach.

    Coincidence?

  21. Hey Steve, how rich does one have to be to live in Telluride? I just learned that a woman I dated in 1980 lives there, divorced from a reasonably successful comedy writer/director.

  22. @Steve Sailer
    Also, I'm now owner, general manager, and coach of the NFL Arizona Cardinals. My draft choices last week were awesome.

    I don’t into sportsball, but there’s a Simpsons clip for that. It’s from 2000, is it still accurate?

  23. @Sparkon
    Now, there's a Lego model of Kliff Kingsbury's home:


    https://arizonasports.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/kliff-kingsbury-house-lego-1280x720.jpg

    Image: Lori Johnston, a lecturer at the University of Georgia’s journalism school, tweeted a LEGO rendition of Kingsbury’s home.


    You probably saw the picture tweeted by the Cardinals’ team account: Kingsbury, relaxed in a sofa with three cell phones in front of him, watched the TV intently. It was the posh backyard, fire pit and Camelback Mountain in the background that wowed NFL fans.
     
    https://arizonasports.com/story/2297691/cardinals-gm-steve-keim-calls-kliff-kingsburys-house-a-palatial-estate/

    Kingsbury's record in 6 seasons at Texas Tech was 35-40. The Arizona Cardinals were 5-10 in Kingsbury's first year as head coach.

    Psst: It's always good to keep some foot sanitizer handy in case runaway toe jam sets in while your feet are sweating in street shoes.

    Thanks.

  24. @Lot
    View from the street:

    http://photo.sf.co.ua/g/463/24.jpg

    Frackin’ hell that’s quite a stretch!

  25. Is that pH water a more effective treatment for coronavirus than Clorox. Don’t hold out on us Steve.

    Funny enough you can get both at the same time!

    I have no idea if there’s anything to the whole “alkanizing” thing, but a year or two ago i was trying to up my magnesium intake and came across this recipe for making magnesium bicarbonate water.

    Mix 45ml Milk of Magnesia into a 1L bottle of chilled seltzer. shake. let it sit for 30 minutes. shake again. let it sit again.

    Use 1/3 liter of that concentrate to make 1 gallon of drinking water.

    Ends up with “125 mg of magnesium and approximately 625 mg of bicarbonate per liter” in the final product. Didn’t taste like anything, iirc.

    http://www.acupuncturebrooklyn.com/how-tos/how-to-make-magnesium-bicarbonate-water

    And the bleach? MoM has sodium hypochlorite in it as a preservative so you get some of that too. (not enough to do anything after so much dilution)

    (i liked the “easy home chemistry” aspect of this as much as anything else)

  26. When did your closet get relocated to Scottsdale?

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    I had Camelback Mountain relocated to the San Fernando Valley.
  27. @anon
    When did your closet get relocated to Scottsdale?

    I had Camelback Mountain relocated to the San Fernando Valley.

    • Replies: @anon
    I had Camelback Mountain relocated to the San Fernando Valley.

    Seems legit.

    But I don't remember any press release like this:

    "Due to the unknown effects of COVID-19 on certain Native Families of granite and sandstone, Camelback mountain has been removed to and sequestered in a save & secure location in the San Fernando valley. The mountain will be repatriated once the crisis is concluded".

    That seems like something Gov Gav would say. But I don't remember him saying it. Not on TeeVee, not in a noosepaper.

    D'oh! Unless it was on Twitter!
  28. Trailer Park Boys – Bubbles’ Shed

    Bubbles displays his palace of a shed.


    [MORE]

    Trailer Park Boys S10 Behind the Scenes – Welcome to the Set

    Catch up with Ricky, Julian and Bubbles on the set of Trailer Park Boys Season 10! Bubbles gives us a tour of his shed and meets a very famous Hollywood director.

    Trailer Park Boys 360 – Touring Bubbles’ Shed

    The SwearNet dicks let Bubbles borrow a DECENT 360 camera, and he gave it a test drive in his shed! Use the 3D controls to take a spin around the most famous shed on the planet, and keep an eye out for kitty cameo!

    • Replies: @Bard of Bumperstickers
    Vic DiBitetto's shed:
    https://www.google.com/search?q=vic+dibitetto%27s+shed&source=lnms&tbm=vid&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwiFn5yDtIjpAhWclXIEHXyNBm8Q_AUoBHoECAsQBg&biw=1163&bih=523

    His name was Steve Sailer. His name was Steve Sailer. His name was Steve Sailer.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GCi_PIz5ekU

    , @moshe
    More relevant to our host

    https://youtu.be/F5JXrSpap8c

    Sorry Steve :)
  29. Someone on Twitter was reminded of Van Zandt’s living room in HEAT, but checking that scene again on YouTube, the real similarity is the zoned out expressions in both.

    The NFL virtual draft has shown a wide range of home set-ups from this, to Jerry Jones’s yacht, to Bill Belichick’s modest-looking dining room.

    • Replies: @Ghost of Bull Moose
    That was Belichick's Nantucket place.
  30. Cardinals Coach Kliff Kingsbury’s house looks like Pontius Pilate’s palace in a Jesus movie. He’s going to go out by the flame and cut 15 guys on cutdown, and then wash his hands thoroughly.

    • Replies: @Ancient Briton
    PP was ahead of the curve by 2000 years!
  31. “frackable natural gas” With the current collapse in the price of energy, fracking will probably become too costly to pursue. Being in Cali I think there might the possibility of an aggregation of gold nuggets past generations overlooked. Gold, water and a few other metals being the only minerals still valuable.

    • Replies: @AnotherDad
    Yep, i'm calling b.s. on Steve's story.

    Frackable natural gas isn't going to make you rich anymore. No one's going to pay you a dime for it now.
  32. the 2020 NFL Draft officially announced the pivot to an all african football league. only 5 out of the first 64 players take were not african, a ludicrous result that doesn’t exist in any other sport.

    it won’t be long now until other players are mostly eliminated. NFL could be MORE african than NBA in less than 10 years.

    they must have wanted to make it clear that it’s not always about taking the best player available or winning games. the NFL will fully be used as a jobs program for africans. that has been the case for decades, but they’re making it explicit now.

    • Troll: Corvinus
    • Replies: @AnotherDad
    There is bliss for a white man in ... not caring! (Actually bliss for anyone.)
  33. What happened to your diagonal pool?

  34. “Rand, I’m tired. How’d’you like to be The Boss for a while?”

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=cna4LHtW5ng


    YouTube offers video compilations of "stereotypical music from every country". One uses this for France, even though it was composed by Randy's uncle Lionel in Hollywood. Still, that's better than their inclusion of a Chinese cover of "Kung Fu Fighting"!

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=wgNPCKuX9ds

  35. @Steve Sailer
    Also, I'm now owner, general manager, and coach of the NFL Arizona Cardinals. My draft choices last week were awesome.

    I wish you were Steve – you’d make wise decisions and have a good team every year.

    And your post is hilarious.

  36. Apparently, Kliff Kingsbury’s house costs $4.5 million, although that is a setup that could easily go for 10X that in California.

    But just for perspective, and another lesson in wealth inequality, his salary is estimated to be in the $4 million range, how many of us could pay for our homes with 14-18 months of income?

    If anything, I wonder why MORE coaches didn’t have lavish setups like that, considering their salaries. Belichick’s room looked like the dining room looked like my grandparent’s.

  37. It’s great to have the old iSteve back! (even if possibly only for a while…) Great retorts in the comments too – you seem in a much better mood. Did you get out to the golf course, or just house-sit in that place in the picture that belongs to, let me guess, the movie producer friend of your brother from elementary school?

    People house-sitting in glass houses shouldn’t get stoned.

  38. The outside area looks a little too Epstein Temple-ish. You’d better not be keeping underage women in your closet.

    • LOL: Bardon Kaldian
  39. @Steve Sailer
    Also, I'm now owner, general manager, and coach of the NFL Arizona Cardinals. My draft choices last week were awesome.

    Why are you flaring it?

    Because I can.

    It’s about time Steve came out of the closet. Literally.

    Also, I’m now owner, general manager, and coach of the NFL Arizona Cardinals.

    Then move them back home!

  40. So, could you build a walk-in closet out of Legos? Really?

    • Replies: @Buzz Mohawk
    You can build anything out of Legos. A closet would cost a lot more that way though. They're pricey.
  41. @Cortes
    “Rand, I’m tired. How’d’you like to be The Boss for a while?”

    https://youtu.be/SuHvGnlP344

    YouTube offers video compilations of “stereotypical music from every country”. One uses this for France, even though it was composed by Randy’s uncle Lionel in Hollywood. Still, that’s better than their inclusion of a Chinese cover of “Kung Fu Fighting”!

  42. @miss marple
    So, could you build a walk-in closet out of Legos? Really?

    You can build anything out of Legos. A closet would cost a lot more that way though. They’re pricey.

    • Replies: @Buffalo Joe
    Buzz, there was display of Leggo "art" in Buffalo...look it up...."The Art of the Brick"
  43. Sitting is the new smoking. You are supposed to get up out a chair every 30 minutes, but I don’t suppose that is practical with all the clothes on hangers and the ironing board in the way. Seriously, have you ever considered a standing desk set up?

    • Replies: @Anon
    Actually now they're saying standing is bad for you after several years of fearmongering about sitting and hyping up standing desks:

    "Standing too much at work can double your risk of heart disease"

    https://theconversation.com/standing-too-much-at-work-can-double-your-risk-of-heart-disease-83629

    There’s been a lot of interest in the harmful effects of prolonged sitting at work, from academics and the public alike. The attention being paid to sitting — or rather, not sitting — while on the job stems from the scientifically validated message that being sedentary in general, both indoors and outdoors, is bad for your health.

    However, comparatively little attention has been devoted to the harmful effects of prolonged standing at work, despite past studies linking it to chronic back pain and musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) in the lower limbs.

    What’s more, research has shown that prolonged standing might increase the risk of cardiovascular disease. That’s because standing too long can result in blood pooling in the legs, increased pressure in the veins and increased oxidative stress, all of which can contribute to an increased risk.
     
    Steve might want to go for a lying down computer setup if he can fit it in:

    https://image.cnbcfm.com/api/v1/image/103160016-altwork2.jpg
  44. Is it pressurized?

  45. due to the fortuitous discovery of the world’s largest deposit of frackable natural gas in my yard

    Trade roll. Seriously, Steve, here’s an idea for extra income:

    You’ve had some creative writing experience/ambitions—all you need is a pseudonym. Write childrens’ literature.

    My Frackin’ Rabbit

    Family man and dogged internet journalist Treeve Taylor unwittingly adopts a headstrong, agitated pet rabbit who makes a mess of the backyard by digging tunnels.

    One day Treeve just wants to grill for God’s sake! and BRRAAAAAP—the rabbit, Benzo, shoots from a tunnel in a spewing cloud of natural gas! Explosive chaos—and ultimately, good fortune, ensues.

    • Replies: @Jenner Ickham Errican

    childrens' literature
     
    Oops, meant to write children’s. Or maybe childrenses’s.
  46. Your grooming has improved? You’re not wearing socks!

  47. @Jenner Ickham Errican

    due to the fortuitous discovery of the world’s largest deposit of frackable natural gas in my yard
     
    Trade roll. Seriously, Steve, here’s an idea for extra income:

    You’ve had some creative writing experience/ambitions—all you need is a pseudonym. Write childrens’ literature.


    My Frackin’ Rabbit

    Family man and dogged internet journalist Treeve Taylor unwittingly adopts a headstrong, agitated pet rabbit who makes a mess of the backyard by digging tunnels.

    One day Treeve just wants to grill for God’s sake! and BRRAAAAAP—the rabbit, Benzo, shoots from a tunnel in a spewing cloud of natural gas! Explosive chaos—and ultimately, good fortune, ensues.
     

    childrens’ literature

    Oops, meant to write children’s. Or maybe childrenses’s.

  48. @Buzz Mohawk
    You can build anything out of Legos. A closet would cost a lot more that way though. They're pricey.

    Buzz, there was display of Leggo “art” in Buffalo…look it up….”The Art of the Brick”

  49. @prime noticer
    the 2020 NFL Draft officially announced the pivot to an all african football league. only 5 out of the first 64 players take were not african, a ludicrous result that doesn't exist in any other sport.

    it won't be long now until other players are mostly eliminated. NFL could be MORE african than NBA in less than 10 years.

    they must have wanted to make it clear that it's not always about taking the best player available or winning games. the NFL will fully be used as a jobs program for africans. that has been the case for decades, but they're making it explicit now.

    There is bliss for a white man in … not caring! (Actually bliss for anyone.)

  50. @George
    "frackable natural gas" With the current collapse in the price of energy, fracking will probably become too costly to pursue. Being in Cali I think there might the possibility of an aggregation of gold nuggets past generations overlooked. Gold, water and a few other metals being the only minerals still valuable.

    Yep, i’m calling b.s. on Steve’s story.

    Frackable natural gas isn’t going to make you rich anymore. No one’s going to pay you a dime for it now.

    • Replies: @kaganovitch
    Frackable natural gas isn’t going to make you rich anymore. No one’s going to pay you a dime for it now.


    What's more, in the People's Republic of Cali. no one would let you go anywhere near fracking. Even the Clampett's didn't strike oil in Beverly Hills, they just moved there.
  51. Anonymous[643] • Disclaimer says:

    NFL could be MORE african than NBA in less than 10 years.

    They’re burying #1 pick Burrow in an early grave in Mike Brown’s hellpit in Cincinatti. Burrow is the future of pocket passer quarterbacking and that future will only be allowed in Canada. Maybe.

    BTW Mike Brown’s house is one giant dark dank s&m dungeon. His mind is a hellpit and therefore all of his surroundings become a hellpit also.

  52. Anon[166] • Disclaimer says:
    @Sean
    https://youtu.be/AItDg5BAz_o?t=112


    Sitting is the new smoking. You are supposed to get up out a chair every 30 minutes, but I don't suppose that is practical with all the clothes on hangers and the ironing board in the way. Seriously, have you ever considered a standing desk set up?

    Actually now they’re saying standing is bad for you after several years of fearmongering about sitting and hyping up standing desks:

    “Standing too much at work can double your risk of heart disease”

    https://theconversation.com/standing-too-much-at-work-can-double-your-risk-of-heart-disease-83629

    There’s been a lot of interest in the harmful effects of prolonged sitting at work, from academics and the public alike. The attention being paid to sitting — or rather, not sitting — while on the job stems from the scientifically validated message that being sedentary in general, both indoors and outdoors, is bad for your health.

    However, comparatively little attention has been devoted to the harmful effects of prolonged standing at work, despite past studies linking it to chronic back pain and musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) in the lower limbs.

    What’s more, research has shown that prolonged standing might increase the risk of cardiovascular disease. That’s because standing too long can result in blood pooling in the legs, increased pressure in the veins and increased oxidative stress, all of which can contribute to an increased risk.

    Steve might want to go for a lying down computer setup if he can fit it in:

  53. anon[388] • Disclaimer says:
    @Steve Sailer
    I had Camelback Mountain relocated to the San Fernando Valley.

    I had Camelback Mountain relocated to the San Fernando Valley.

    Seems legit.

    But I don’t remember any press release like this:

    “Due to the unknown effects of COVID-19 on certain Native Families of granite and sandstone, Camelback mountain has been removed to and sequestered in a save & secure location in the San Fernando valley. The mountain will be repatriated once the crisis is concluded”.

    That seems like something Gov Gav would say. But I don’t remember him saying it. Not on TeeVee, not in a noosepaper.

    D’oh! Unless it was on Twitter!

  54. In other news, the Lego Corporation of Denmark has brought out a “Steve Sailer’s Closet” playset.

    We want to see the Minecraft edition!

  55. @Dave Pinsen
    Someone on Twitter was reminded of Van Zandt's living room in HEAT, but checking that scene again on YouTube, the real similarity is the zoned out expressions in both.

    The NFL virtual draft has shown a wide range of home set-ups from this, to Jerry Jones's yacht, to Bill Belichick's modest-looking dining room.

    That was Belichick’s Nantucket place.

    • Replies: @Dave Pinsen
    Oh.
    , @anon
    Where's the bucket?
  56. @MEH 0910
    Trailer Park Boys - Bubbles' Shed
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I72sWzXCvvw

    Bubbles displays his palace of a shed.
     
    https://i.imgur.com/5ixzXjT.jpg

    Trailer Park Boys S10 Behind the Scenes - Welcome to the Set
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6zRIOnF_4UA

    Catch up with Ricky, Julian and Bubbles on the set of Trailer Park Boys Season 10! Bubbles gives us a tour of his shed and meets a very famous Hollywood director.
     
    Trailer Park Boys 360 - Touring Bubbles' Shed
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MNK-JFowBUQ

    The SwearNet dicks let Bubbles borrow a DECENT 360 camera, and he gave it a test drive in his shed! Use the 3D controls to take a spin around the most famous shed on the planet, and keep an eye out for kitty cameo!
     

    Vic DiBitetto’s shed:
    https://www.google.com/search?q=vic+dibitetto%27s+shed&source=lnms&tbm=vid&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwiFn5yDtIjpAhWclXIEHXyNBm8Q_AUoBHoECAsQBg&biw=1163&bih=523

    His name was Steve Sailer. His name was Steve Sailer. His name was Steve Sailer.

  57. @AnotherDad
    Yep, i'm calling b.s. on Steve's story.

    Frackable natural gas isn't going to make you rich anymore. No one's going to pay you a dime for it now.

    Frackable natural gas isn’t going to make you rich anymore. No one’s going to pay you a dime for it now.

    What’s more, in the People’s Republic of Cali. no one would let you go anywhere near fracking. Even the Clampett’s didn’t strike oil in Beverly Hills, they just moved there.

  58. @MEH 0910
    Trailer Park Boys - Bubbles' Shed
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I72sWzXCvvw

    Bubbles displays his palace of a shed.
     
    https://i.imgur.com/5ixzXjT.jpg

    Trailer Park Boys S10 Behind the Scenes - Welcome to the Set
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6zRIOnF_4UA

    Catch up with Ricky, Julian and Bubbles on the set of Trailer Park Boys Season 10! Bubbles gives us a tour of his shed and meets a very famous Hollywood director.
     
    Trailer Park Boys 360 - Touring Bubbles' Shed
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MNK-JFowBUQ

    The SwearNet dicks let Bubbles borrow a DECENT 360 camera, and he gave it a test drive in his shed! Use the 3D controls to take a spin around the most famous shed on the planet, and keep an eye out for kitty cameo!
     

    More relevant to our host

    Sorry Steve 🙂

    • Replies: @Kibernetika
    God bless John Dunsworth! What a talent he was.

    Those who know, know :-)
  59. @Ghost of Bull Moose
    That was Belichick's Nantucket place.

    Oh.

  60. @Ghost of Bull Moose
    That was Belichick's Nantucket place.

    Where’s the bucket?

  61. @Bugg
    Cardinals Coach Kliff Kingsbury's house looks like Pontius Pilate's palace in a Jesus movie. He's going to go out by the flame and cut 15 guys on cutdown, and then wash his hands thoroughly.

    PP was ahead of the curve by 2000 years!

  62. @James Speaks
    Coronavirus SARs2 is pernicious. It damages the lungs, heart, liver, kidneys, soles of the feet, blood itself (clotting) and the brain.

    I’ve done all that on my own with no help from some Commie bug .

  63. @moshe
    More relevant to our host

    https://youtu.be/F5JXrSpap8c

    Sorry Steve :)

    God bless John Dunsworth! What a talent he was.

    Those who know, know 🙂

    • Agree: moshe
  64. @James Speaks
    Coronavirus SARs2 is pernicious. It damages the lungs, heart, liver, kidneys, soles of the feet, blood itself (clotting) and the brain.

    You left out how it also causes colonic bursitis, consumption, elephantiasis, explosive urethral exsanguination, gangrene, gout, gunshot wounds, ingrown brains, leprosy, mange, plague, pneumonia, quinsy, rheumatism, robot assault, scrofula, spontaneous pan-corporeal organ rejection, state-ordered electrocution, transdermal vomiting, typhus and/or worms.

    Plus your willy falls off.

    Already in Pennsylvania they’re reporting that this terrible disease has a “negative death rate,” which to my quant’s eye suggests it also is responsible for zombieism, which I would more readily associate with Camden or the Jersey shore.

  65. @James Speaks
    Coronavirus SARs2 is pernicious. It damages the lungs, heart, liver, kidneys, soles of the feet, blood itself (clotting) and the brain.

    blood itself (clotting)

    Stone and Hall Find Satellite That Carries Deadly Germ in “The Andromeda Strain”

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