Electric car hazards

Now that Lyin’ Biden is pushing electric cars (naturally without providing power plants with sufficient capacity) we have to worry about pedestrians—and not just in Waukesha Xmas parades.

“Electric vehicles are quiet enough to create a safety concern, particularly for visually impaired pedestrians, even with artificial sounds implemented, a study presented Tuesday during the Acoustical Society of America meeting in Seattle found.”

Via UPI

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Rule 5: Denise Bidot

Racial arson in a bankrupt age

“As soon as it was revealed that the Waukesha mass murderer was a black career criminal who hated white people, it was a no-brainer to state that the huge story would fade from view as quickly as possible and that any reference to it would eliminate the perpetrator as much as possible.”—Neoneocon

“Both Wisconsin towns, Kenosha, and Waukesha, about 50 miles apart by car, were the recent sites of multiple deaths. The violence in both made national news. Yet in contradictory ways both reflected the common themes of America’s current legal, media, and societal corruption.”—Victor Davis Hanson

Omicron a pussycat

“’We had one very interesting case, a kid, about six years old, with a temperature and a very high pulse rate, and I wondered if I should admit her. But when I followed up two days later, she was so much better,’ Dr. Coetzee says.”

The new Covid variant, for which NYC has declared a state of emergency and Israe3l has closed its borders, looks like a pussycat: Mild symptoms and short duration. And it seems to strike the young and unvaccinated.

Via PJMedia

Turkey Day

It was a struggle to get the giblets out of the bird because, despite two days in the fridge, its guts were still frozen. But Bar finally did it and, covered with tinfoil, it went in the oven at 375 degrees at about 8:30 am. Mrs. Charm frequently had to struggle to get the turkey cooked. So problems with turkeys on their big day are no surprise.

UPDATE: Came out at 1 pm, foil removed and back in for browning for thirty minutes. Was splendid, or as splendid as turkey is. Not my favorite.

Waiting for the Aggie

That would be my new name for Mr. Boy, who graduates from TAMU next May. He was volunteering this morning in College Station for something health-related, but expected to come to see us for a few days in the afternoon or evening.

UPDATE: Finally got in about 9 pm. Good to see him again!

Booster benefits

Bar’s sister who is an RN and head of nursing at a local hospital says after the staff were given their boosters they tested out at antibody levels of 2,000. However long it lasts is the question that won’t be answered for a while, but it starts off strong.

UPDATE: 900 is good enough.