Heap o'Links Sun 2020 Dec 13

Hockey play of the year


235 Take the vaccine! chop off your kid's benis. give them hormones. eat the bugs. It's almost as if our medical community is compromised.


Head of Pfizer Research: Covid Vaccine is Female Sterilization

Posted by: bat nationalist at December 05, 2020 10:00 AM (R1LMN)

Interesting. If the vaccine works, that effect would not necessarily preclude its use on people beyond their child-bearing years, which is the cohort most at-risk from the wuflu.
Posted by: Alberta Oil Peon at December 05, 2020 10:05 AM


Rudy Giuliani absolutely wrecks this young smug Michigan cuck into oblivion

269 This is crazy. An Oregon doctor says masks do not do anything, which is factual. Science.

The state medical association yanked his license in a panic.


Posted by: Huck Follywood, Fopps News Sucks at December 06, 2020 08:32 AM

361 Big if True


Amir Tsarfati
Unconfirmed reports from Iran that the supreme leader of the country, Ayatollah Ali khamenei, had died. Official announcement won't be given until the transfer of powers will be completed.
2:27 AM
Posted by: bat nationalist at December 06, 2020 11:00 AM


Julie Kelly @julie_kelly2
If the GOP--including Senate leadership--doesn’t do this now, they’ll lose GA Senate races. It’ll have nothing to do with “conspiracy theories” but because of cowardice and complacency.


500 For you Chicago area goombahs Thurl Ravenscroft did the jingle for Bouschell Furniture Cleaners....Hudson 3-2700
Posted by: Big Fat Meanie at December 12, 2020 09:50 PM

Voice of "You're a mean one, Mister Grinch," and Tony the Tiger. Theyyy'rrre GREAT!"


Army/Navy erupts in USA chant as President Trump steps on the football field. Incredible.


Stop the Steal Rally

Great videos

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President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump gave a moving Christmas address to the nation.

Mark Dice: It's True


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A six-year-old Chinese-American boy is being called a piano prodigy, after beating out thousands of applicants from around the world in a prestigious musical competition this year. Winning the prize got him to New York's famed Carnegie Hall where he was among the youngest to perform. CGTN's Karina Huber reports.


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Lise Linde plays a piano concert on her first birthday.


Mark Dice: They Never Thought We Would Do It
Nov 23, 2020


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Even with very few appearances for Joe Biden, he managed to fill a video full of gaffes. And is Nancy Pelosi okay in this clip?


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Buddy Hackett's Duck Joke Has Everyone Rolling on The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson
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92 I continued my religious readings:

Who Moved the Stone? by Frank Morison. Originally published in 1930, this was an examination of the Resurrection of Jesus Christ. The author stated that he had originally planned a book refuting the Resurrection but instead became a believer. While the author was a member of the Church of England, this book seems to be applicable to all Christian denominations. A couple of interesting points Morison makes is that early Christians did not make the burial crypt of Jesus Christ a pilgrimage destination (no reason to: it was empty) and if the Resurrection had not happened why were the Apostles prepared to be martyrs for a hoax? He also spends considerable space to refuting various arguments against the Resurrection. Rating = 4.5/5.

Posted by: Retired Buckeye Cop is now an engineer at December 06, 2020 09:39 AM (pJWtt)
Who Moved the Stone? is a Christian classic, and the Kindle edition is only 99 cents. Also, a free, online version is available. The title is a question he could find no plausible "natural" answer for, so he decided that Jesus' resurrection was real, and changed his beliefs accordingly.

There are other books of this nature, that is, when the author sets out to write one thing, but then becomes convinced of the opposite and ends up writing a totally different book. Perhaps you know of such a book. The one that I can recall is Perjury: The Hiss-Chambers Case by Allan Weinstein. Similar to Morison, "Weinstein had started out with the belief that Hiss had been wrongfully convicted, and, with his aim of showing that Hiss was innocent, Weinstein was given access to Hiss and Hiss�s supporters and to their internal and confidential documents. A consideration of all the evidence turned Weinstein from a Hiss defender to a historian who was convinced that Hiss had done what he was accused of doing." (from an Amazon reviewer). And there was great weeping and gnashing of teeth among the lefties because they thought Weinstein was going to totally exonerate Hiss. Subsequent disclosures such a the Venona decrypts confirm Weinstein's research. And, to rub it further into the left's face, Weinstein's book has become pretty much the definitive work on the Alger Hiss case. Although there are still a tattered remant of True Believers still around. Some years ago, I stumbled across a web page managed by one of Hiss' kids that attempted to show that his father was innocent and every piece of evidence of his guilt was a lie.

And the Kindle version, which is labelled an "eTextbook" (not sure what that means), is only $5.99.

Oh, and getting back to Who Moved the Stone? Retired Buckeye Cop noted that the sentence structure may sound a bit different to our ears as it was written nearly 100 years ago. Fortunately there is an updated (2017) edition which might help a bit with that. And the price of the Kindle edition is