Today was busy — tomorrow?

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Even more so. Early night - lots to do...

The guy is off-the-charts smart.  I would love to have dinner with him.
His reaction to Jack Dorsey stepping down from twitter:

Comrade Nikolai Yezhov? Comrade Yezhov to the White Courtesy Telephone please...
More here, here and here for starters

Twitter and Facebook intrigue me a little bit.  All of the other Bond Villians are doing major projects with their money. Rocket ships, philanthropy, alt.energy, transportation. Jack and Zuck? Nothing that we know of.  Are they just not that into large projects or is their extra—curricular work a sooper sekreet. NSA-grade secret. China-grade secret (without the NSA knowing about it).

Google it - it's a thing (actually, the link goes to DuckDuckGo but it's a thing there too).

From The Lancet:

The epidemiological relevance of the COVID-19-vaccinated population is increasing
High COVID-19 vaccination rates were expected to reduce transmission of SARS-CoV-2 in populations by reducing the number of possible sources for transmission and thereby to reduce the burden of COVID-19 disease. Recent data, however, indicate that the epidemiological relevance of COVID-19 vaccinated individuals is increasing.

And the two take-aways:

In Israel a nosocomial outbreak was reported involving 16 healthcare workers, 23 exposed patients and two family members. The source was a fully vaccinated COVID-19 patient. The vaccination rate was 96.2% among all exposed individuals (151 healthcare workers and 97 patients). Fourteen fully vaccinated patients became severely ill or died, the two unvaccinated patients developed mild disease.

And:

Many decisionmakers assume that the vaccinated can be excluded as a source of transmission. It appears to be grossly negligent to ignore the vaccinated population as a possible and relevant source of transmission when deciding about public health control measures.

No shit Sherlock...  No, the vaccinated are not safe, they are the worst of the worst of the carriers. They are the disease.

Nosocomial?  An infection that is contracted from the environment or staff of a healthcare facility.

One of the most common ways to die - #3 from what I heard if you include both nosocomial and iatrogenic:

"Iatrogenesis (from the Greek for "brought forth by the healer") refers to any effect on a person, resulting from any activity of one or more persons acting as healthcare professionals or promoting products or services as beneficial to health, that does not support a goal of the person affected"

Want to stay healthy? Eat right, monitor your own health and use physicians as a last resort.

Back home again

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Did not get everything done that I wanted to but making good progress.

Fixing some oven-roasted veggies for dinner.

And out the door - very busy day today

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Meetings, dog walks, welding, coffee, oh my...

He asks you to hold his beer and watch this - Gateway Pundit:

Forgotten Monument to Dead Orphans from Fauci’s Torturous and Deadly AIDS Testing Is Located in New York State — HEART-BREAKING PHOTOS
In August Gateway Pundit contributor Cassandra Fairbanks broke the story on Dr. Fauci’s use of taxpayer money to torture beagles in barbaric animal testing. Dr. Fauci funded a study in Tunisia where beagle dogs were eaten alive by parasite-infected flies.

Dr. Fauci also spent over $16 million in taxpayer funds on disturbing “toxic brain injection” experiments on monkeys in 2018.

Dr. Fauci more recently was caught funding gain-of-function research in a Wuhan, China laboratory blamed for the production and leak of the coronavirus.
Fauci lied about his funding of the lab under oath numerous times.

But Dr. Fauci’s sinister work does not stop there.
Fauci has a long history of mass death, barbarism and lies.

Not the thing to be reading early in the morning.  Here are just a few tastes:

The Fauci NIH approved experiments on hundreds of New York City orphans.  Government agencies and pharmaceutical companies used the orphans in deadly AIDS drug trials.

And:

These children were buried in mass graves at the Gate of Heaven Cemetery in Hawthorne, NY in Westchester County and otherwise forgotten.

And:

Children who refused to take Fauci’s drugs had feeding tubes installed so drug companies could administer the drugs even when the kids fought back.

Much more at the site.  This is the guy who is the director of our National Institute of Health and who pulls down almost a half-million per year as a salary.  Rope.  Tree. Assembly required.

Just one more example of the pure evil that is walking this Earth.
It needs to be rebuked and purged. Sent back to the hell it came from.

But of course - Twitter's new CEO

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Has a history of nasty Tweets - from The National Pulse:

Twitter’s New CEO Parag Agrawal Has Disturbing Anti-American, Anti-White Tweet History
With Twitter founder Jack Dorsey stepping down as CEO, it was announced that Parag Agrawal – the company’s current Chief Technology Officer – will take over the leadership role.

Agrawal, concerningly, is a vocal opponent of free speech and the First Amendment, and has sent tweets about all white people being racist:

If they are not gonna make a distinction between muslims and extremists, then why should I distinguish between white people and racists.
— Parag Agrawal (@paraga) October 26, 2010

The Indian-born migrant has used his tenure as Twitter’s tech chief to lead research on how best to silence voices across the platform under the myth of “fake news” and dismiss the ideals America was founded upon, often quoting his favorite leftist celebrities.

In a November 2020 interview, Agrawal said the following, as reported by multiple sources online:

Former CTO and new Twitter CEO Agrawal in November 2020 interview: “Our role is not to be bound by the First Amendment… focus[ing] less on thinking about free speech, but thinking about how the times have changed.”
— Disclose.tv (@disclosetv) November 29, 2021

The proles will always support Twitter and Facebook - they drink their Victory Gin and watch their telescreens rapt with attention. The rest of us?  We have better things to do with our time.  We produce.  We create. We live lives of love, excitement and beauty.

Good riddance - two for the price of one

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Both Cuomos are looking for work. From Breitbart:

CNN Suspends Chris Cuomo Indefinitely After Learning of ‘Greater Level of Involvement’ in Andrew Cuomo’s Defense
CNN suspended Chris Cuomo indefinitely after recently released text messages showed Cuomo used his media sources to dig up information on his brother, former Governor Andrew Cuomo’s, sexual harassment accusers.

CNN said in a statement that the recently unveiled documents “shed new light on Chris Cuomo’s involvement in his brother’s defense.”

“The New York Attorney General’s office released transcripts and exhibits Monday that shed new light on Chris Cuomo’s involvement in his brother’s defense,” a CNN spokesperson said. “The documents, which we were not privy to before their public release, raise serious questions.”

Yeah - blood is thicker than water but there are limits to what is ethical.

Of course, like any liberal, he will lay low for six months and then get placed in some other cushy job with a pay raise and probably a nice fat book deal too. That would put it right around June 1st - anyone want to bet me $50? Figure a four week leeway either way.

Dave Chappelle weighed in when it happened (from August 30,2019)

From the London Daily Mail:

PIERS MORGAN: Flip-Flop Fauci's partisan political point-scoring shows he's more interested in promoting himself than saving lives – he should park his gigantic ego, stay off TV and shut up
I've never heard Dr Anthony Fauci's cell phone voicemail greeting, but I imagine it says: 'Yes, I'll come on your show.'

For someone whose day job is supposed to be leading America's scientific and medical war against Covid-19, he seems to have an incredible amount of spare time for self-promotional media interviews.

Barely a week seems to go by without him popping up on TV or in newspapers and magazines, and as time has gone on, Fauci's become more and more brazenly political in those interviews since the Biden administration took over.

Yesterday, he was everywhere again, speaking about the new Omicron variant.

What he said in these new interviews should give every American serious for concern, not just about the latest Covid threat but about some of the outrageously partisan statements the country's top doctor made.

Just go and read.  Piers is a treasure and he is in fine form with this post.  A long article but worth reading.  Over 1,000 comments.

About that vax - schadenfreude

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From TMZ/Sports:

TESTS POSITIVE FOR COVID-19 ... Will Miss Several Games
TMZ Sports has learned ... LeBron James tested positive for COVID-19 this afternoon using a lateral flow test. James was given a follow-up PCR test to confirm the diagnosis. However, that test came back negative. LeBron was then given a third tie-breaker test ... which came back positive.

We're told the team has chartered a private jet so Bron can fly back to Los Angeles in a safe manner.

We're also told James is currently asymptomatic. LeBron is fully vaccinated.

But it works and everyone needs to get it.  Fifty bucks says that LBJ got a saline shot instead of the vax - would not be a good optic if he collapsed during a game.

Schadenfreude?  A German word - a good one to know these days:

Schadenfreude is pleasure derived from the misfortunes of others. This word is taken from German and literally means "harm-joy". It is the feeling of joy or pleasure when one sees another fail or suffer misfortune. It is also borrowed by some other languages. An English term of similar meaning (but with no noun equivalent) is "to gloat"; which means to feel, or express, great, often malicious, pleasure, or self-satisfaction, at one's own success, or at another's failure.

Nothing like doxxing the members of the jury. Bloomberg does this:

Ghislaine Maxwell’s Fate in Hands of Home Health Aide, City Worker Jurors
Ghislaine Maxwell once inhabited an exclusive world of Upper East Side townhouses and private Caribbean islands, but her fate will be decided by a jury that includes a home health aide and four public-sector workers.

After a slight delay Monday morning, a jury of six men and six women was seated for the British socialite’s trial on charges that she trafficked underage girls for sexual abuse by her former boyfriend Jeffrey Epstein. They range in age from 28 to 70 and mostly said they don’t follow the news closely. Many prospective jurors who said they had closely followed the case involving Epstein, who committed suicide in 2019 while awaiting his own trial for sex-trafficking charges, were previously excused from serving on the panel.

And the jurors:

    • A woman, 61, working as a trader’s assistant for an unidentified bank after previously working at ING. She lives in the Bronx with her son, daughter-in-law and grandchildren and said she watches a lot of “police shows” like “Law & Order.”
    • A woman, 28, living in the Bronx and doing clerical work for the City of New York while she finishes her master’s degree in public administration. She said she’d heard of Epstein before but not Maxwell.
    • A woman, 60, with a master’s in urban affairs who prepares contracts for the government. The Manhattan resident said she doesn’t read newspapers but follows online news feeds.

And the other nine get the similar treatment.  They do not name names or addresses - got to maintain a measure of plausible deniability. Still, it would be a shame if anything happened to their families of their decision was not favorable to poor Ms. Maxwell.

Do not forget - this is not about Maxwell or Epstein.  This is not about the underage women victims.

This is only about protecting Epstein's customers. Clinton, Prince Andrew?  Tip of the iceberg.

Of course not - *Resident Biden

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The Waukesha massacre does not fit the nominative agenda.
From Breitbart:

Joe Biden Heads to Minnesota for ‘Infrastructure’ Push, but No Plans to Visit Victims of Waukesha Massacre
President Joe Biden has not visited grieving families in Waukesha, Wisconsin, but he will travel to Minnesota on Tuesday afternoon to promote infrastructure.

The White House told reporters on Monday that Biden had no plans to visit Waukesha, Wisconsin, even after six people were killed in the Christmas parade attack and over 60 people were injured.

“Obviously, any President going to visit a community requires a lot of assets, requires taking their resources, and it’s not something that I have a trip previewed at this plan- point in time,” White House press secretary Jen Psaki told reporters during the daily briefing.

Assets?  They could make a phone call and have the assets on site in two hours.  This is about deep-sixing the brutal terrorist attack by a racist black career criminal. Does not fit the narrative.

To hell with the sheep...

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They made their own bed by putting all their faith in the media and the government:

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And out for a little while

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The usual routine.  Working at home again today so back in a couple hours.

This IS one for the history books

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Well... I see no problem as long

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as they keep it in D. C. - from MSN/Washington Post:

New opioids, more powerful than fentanyl, are discovered in D.C. amid deadly wave of overdoses
Forensic analysts have identified a new and highly potent family of synthetic opioids in the District’s illicit drug supply, a worrisome discovery in a city already struggling with a wave of fatal overdoses that shows no signs of abating.

The opioids, found on used syringes examined by scientists at the D.C. Department of Forensic Sciences in September and October, are called protonitazene and isotonitazene, respectively. Experts estimate that each is at least several times more powerful than fentanyl, the synthetic opioid that has displaced heroin in many parts of the United States and is now responsible for the majority of the country’s drug overdoses, including those in the nation’s capital.

The identification of the “nitazenes” in D.C., first reported by WTOP, comes as the District is reckoning with an opioid crisis that has never been worse. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention data released this month show that the District saw an estimated 498 fatal overdoses over 12 months during the coronavirus pandemic — an extraordinary figure that eclipses the city’s notably high homicide toll and is larger than the number of drug deaths in 13 states.

Let them kill each other off - no great loss to society. They commit crimes to raise the money to feed their habit so win/win.

The Modern Prometheus - Dr Fauci

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Mary Shelley's creature writ large - from Branco:

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How not to run a nation - Australia

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What will it take for the people to rise up and throw off their chains.
From The Register:

Australia will force social networks to identify trolls, so they can be sued for defamation
Australia's government has announced it will compel social media companies to reveal the identities of users who post material considered defamatory.

Prime minister Scott Morrison phrased the planned legislation as creating a power "to unmask anonymous online trolls".

Yeah - one man's truth-teller is another man's troll.

Never been there.  Always wanted to. Not now - not with the government they have in power.

A quick reminder

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Lest we forget

One big happy family

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Sums up the levels of power these days:

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A heartwarming story - Ivermectin

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From Mary Beth Pfeiffer:

A Judge Stands up to a Hospital: "Step Aside" and Give a Dying Man Ivermectin
Sun Ng, a retired contractor from Hong Kong, traveled to Illinois to celebrate his only granddaughter’s first birthday. He got covid and was near death in a Chicago-area hospital. All other options were exhausted, but the hospital refused to give Mr. Ng a generic, FDA-approved drug with an extraordinary safety record that a doctor believed could safe his life.

Finally, a judge asked the right question about ivermectin.

“What’s the downside?”

And the upshot?

The hospital ultimately stepped aside. Dr. Alan Bain, an internist, administered a five-day course of 24 milligrams of ivermectin, from November 8 through November 12.

Ng, who with his wife, Ying, had come from Hong Kong to celebrate their granddaughter’s birthday, was able to breathe without a ventilator within five days—he, in fact, removed the endotracheal himself. He left the ICU Tuesday, November 16, and, although confused and weak, was breathing Sunday without supplemental oxygen on a regular hospital floor.

“Every day after ivermectin, there was accelerated and stable improvement,” said Dr. Bain, who administered the drug in two previous court cases after hospitals refused. “Three times we’ve shown something,” he told me. “There’s a signal of benefit for ventilator patients.”

Much more at the site.  Yeah - it does that.  I have some and take it prophylactically every month and also after potential exposure (if I am around someone with a bad cough). No Wuhan flu, no cold, no flu, no illness of any kind for a year and a half and I go out and am exposed to a lot of people every day.  Cheap and effective.  Doesn't make any money for Pfizer or Moderna so they are pushing against its use.

And out the door - the usual stuff

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Dog walk, coffee and then back home to work on more stuff.

Lisa thinks that sorting Crap and taking it to the Dump should be collectively termed crumping.
A portmanteau.  I like it.

China is asshoe - fishing

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This is happening now - any comments from the environmentalists?

Words of truth - Omicron

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From Ann Barnhardt:

I’ll say it: “Omicron” doesn’t exist. “Omicron” is the cover story for the poisoning deaths from the coerced injections, AND an excuse for Big Pharma to declare that everyone must start over and be injected with another brand-new poison
If you can’t see this OBVIOUS ploy, then… I don’t know what to tell you. This is so obvious that it is laughable.

“Omicron” has EXACTLY the same symptoms as the Poison DeathJabs, but ODDLY, no symptoms of a CoronaVirus cold – just heart damage, clotting, immune system destruction, miscarriages, etc. So, the more deaths and injuries there are from the DeathJabs, the more it feeds the “Omicron” fictional cover story, and the more there will be howling for an ENTIRELY NEW CYCLE OF DEATHJABS. The cover story not only “protects” the murderers, it makes every death they cause FEED AN INCREASE OF THEIR POWER.

THERE IS NO “OMICRON”.

Simple as that.

The Problem

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From Peter at Bayou Renaissance Man:

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Relevant in 1952 and relevant now

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Small wonder that liberals do not want history to be taught in schools.  They must have their revisionist narrative promoted above all. They can not let the proles and useful idiots see that their "utopia" has never ever worked and never ever will.  It's about power for them and not about any benefits for the masses.

Purges are the necessary consequences of the philosophical foundation of Marxian socialism. If you cannot discuss philosophical differences of opinion in the same way you discuss other problems, you must find another solution—through violence and power. This refers not only to dissent concerning policies, economic problems, sociology, law, and so on. It refers also to problems of the natural sciences. The Webbs, Lord and Lady Passfield, were shocked to learn that Russian magazines and papers dealt even with problems of the natural sciences from the point of view of the philosophy of Marxism-Leninism-Stalinism. For instance, if there is a difference of opinion with regard to science or genetics, it must be decided by the "leader." This is the necessary unavoidable consequence of the fact that, according to Marxist doctrine, you do not consider the possibility of dissent among honest people; either you think as I do, or you are a traitor and must be liquidated.
—von Mises, Ludwig (1952). Marxism Unmasked

Emphasis mine.

A memento from the trip - gasoline

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Mendocino, CA gas station. They are small and can not order tens of thousands of gasoline at one time so their costs are higher.  Still...

I bought five gallons:

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Don't feel like doing the arithmetic? Here's the price:

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Once I got into a more populated area, other gasoline was in the $4.60 to $5.20 range.
Just eighteen months and Biden's handlers fscked it up

Even a caveman can understand

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So many people are clueless about being brainwashed:

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Which person do you grieve for

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Every unfinished life is a tragedy but one not so much and one a lot more:

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Funny how the liberals claim the high moral ground but fail so miserably.

From TechnoFog:

The Ghislaine Maxwell Trial
We’ve followed the Jeffrey Epstein saga for years. Back before his arrest, we were the first to observe he was an informant for the FBI. We were the first to name the individuals at Main Justice in Washington, DC who supervised and approved Epstein’s 2007 plea deal. (Epstein’s lawyers would later name these DOJ supervisors in court.)

Now we’ll be focusing on the Ghislaine Maxwell trial, which is set to begin tomorrow, November 29.

To borrow a cliché, this is the beginning of the end. The date where a jury of her peers in the Southern District of New York will be presented with evidence of her guilt, her defenses, and ultimately decide her fate. The date where the US Government – the Department of Justice, the FBI, and unknown officials – have finally afforded Maxwell’s victims the right to have their voices heard.

Of course though, this is not about Maxwell and Epstein.  This is not about the underage victims.  This is about protecting their customers.  All of New York City and Washington, D.C. are sleeping soundly knowing that the Pretorian Media are covering for their flabby lily white asses.  Epstein and Maxwell were running their own little blackmail operation and they almost got away with it.

Waiting for WikiLeaks to do its job in 3... 2... 1...

Back to the island house.  The trip was wonderful and reuniting with Lisa was beyond all expectations.  We are making plans to live together.

Time to get the dogs fed, fix some dinner and surf...

Still alive and very very thankful

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Having an amazing time - life is good.

Back on the island in about four+ days - regular posting will resume then.

Heading out

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Dog walk,  coffee - some things never change.  Pack up the motel room first and check out and then get on I-5 South and continue my travels.

A regular choir-boy - Darrell E. Brooks

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They got the driver in the Waukesha, Wisconsin vehicle attack. From American Greatness:

Identified
A black male with a lengthy criminal rap sheet is in police custody in Waukesha, Wisconsin,  after an SUV plowed into Christmas parade on Sunday, resulting in multiple fatalities, and more than 20 people injured.

At least eleven adults and twelve children were transported to six area hospitals following the horrific vehicular attack.

And Mr. Brooks:

The suspect, Darrell E. Brooks, 39, is a registered sex offender, who was arrested several weeks ago for multiple felonies and misdemeanors, including domestic abuse, resisting or obstructing an officer, jumping bail, disorderly conduct, and battery, according to Wisconsin Circuit Court records.

Brooks had just posted $1,000 cash bond on Friday. The repeat criminal also posted bond for three felonies in March.

His social media is being picked over and reported on at several sites.  Oh yes, he was a "rapper"

Got nothin' for you

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Did my usual full read of the internet.  A couple fun memes but do not have image processing software on the laptop (it's a chromebook) yet so bookmarked those for when I get back to my main computer.

Time to watch a few videos - meeting up with Lisa tomorrow after about a year of just emailing back and forth.  Should be interesting.

Gone to ground in Redding, CA

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Breakfast was wonderful - well worth tracking the place down.  Had more of a traditional eggs and bacon as I was craving protein rather than 100% carbs.  Pass conditions could not have been better and pulled into Redding 45 minutes ago.  Going out looking at options for dinner and maybe a movie.

Quick surf first but probably the usual slow-news Sunday

SURF?  Nope - nuttin.  Big mele in Wisconsin - SUV ramming a crowd with shots fired but no word yet as to the driver.

Day two on the road

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Heading out for a pancake breakfast and then down to Redding, California.

Pass reports look good. More later

And that is it for tonight

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Heading farther South tomorrow - aiming for Reading, CA

Fond memories of that city - snowed in for four days, no waterproof shoes, both Jen and I were sick as dogs.  Ahhhh - the good old days

Just the headline is all you need

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A Short List of Individuals and Entities Kyle Rittenhouse May Consider Suing

And of course, this plays into the Gilbert and Sullivan Mikado's number.
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