October 4, 2017, - 5:09 pm

Stephen Paddock Had Explosives, Bomb-Making Materials; Attn, Gun Control Idiots

By Debbie Schlussel

Las Vegas mass murderer Stephen Paddock had a lot of explosive material and the ability to build bombs, which he was apparently planning to do. This is important evidence that gun control doesn’t work and wouldn’t have with him because, as many of my Twitter followers pointed out, those who are faced with strict gun control usually resort to bombs and running people over with vehicles. It’s also more proof that Paddock took his cue from Islamic terrorists.

Yesterday’s Wall Street Journal reported:

Clark County Sheriff Joseph Lombardo said they also found Tannerite, an explosive that detonates when shot by bullets. . . .

That was in Paddock’s Mandalay Bay hotel room. But there’s more:

In Paddock’s car, authorities found more ammunition and ammonium nitrate, a fertilizer that can be used to make explosives, Mr. Lombardo said.

Ammonium nitrate is easily obtained. You can buy it on the net from purveyors like Alibaba. These kinds of explosive materials are hallmarks of Al-Qaeda, ISIS, and other Islamic terrorist groups who provide shopping lists and how-to videos on how to build bomb devices. They are not the hallmarks of someone who is “just crazy.” Or someone who has heavy gambling debts (and we’ve yet to see any evidence that Paddock had any gambling debts, just info that he was a high-stakes gambler, which is not the same as losing and owing).

So, what was Paddock planning to bomb? Or was he keeping that stuff in his car in case his plan with hotel windows and the automatic guns didn’t work? That appears likely. If he was refused entry into the hotel or not allowed to take his guns and ammo in–had they been detected (which they weren’t), he could’ve set off bombs in the venue.

And, again, this is a memo to the two Jidiot Jimmys–Jimmy Kimmel and Jimmy Fallon–and all of the other gun-grabbing, statist, gun control freaks: when guns are taken away from criminals and terrorists, they a) go to the black market where they easily obtain them; or b) turn to other methods of mass murder that can arguably be more dangerous and more effective, including bombs and other explosive devices to blow people up and vehicles to mow people down.

How much you wanna bet Stephen Paddock got instructions from Muslims on how to build a bomb using ammonium nitrate? Don’t bet against it.

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500 KILOGRAMS?!?!??!!! MULTIPLE BAGS?!??!?!?!!!

Debbie, please don’t tell me those are pictures of the bags that Mr. Should Have Been Padlocked A Long Time Ago was in possession of? ALL of those bags I see?

500 Kilograms = 1,102.3 pounds (PER BAG)

Someone with a military background please chime in with how much power is in each of those bags!!!

Ai Dios mio, venga Jesus, POR FAVOR!!!

We really are dead. The Good Ship USA is going in circles, because our so-called leaders abandoned ship after Mr. Reagan left office.

Kinder, gentler, ehhhhhhh, George? War hero that you are? Schmuck. Sorry, but you stabbed your president in the back with that kinder, gentler, New World Order crap, and as well, WE, THE PEOPLE. ALMOST ALL OF YOU HAVE, YOU DEMMICANS AND REPUBLICRATS, SCHMUCKS!!!

Alfredo from Puerto Rico on October 4, 2017 at 7:33 pm

    You really do have to wonder what was up with hotel security. Do they just hit on chicks at the tables and slots? They certainly were not around when Paddock was ferrying his masses of gear. Also, how do you hide all of that stuff from maid service? What other illicit activities does Mandalay turn a blind eye to?

    Worry on October 4, 2017 at 8:30 pm

At least I got to see Jenny Simpson before I died.

HEY!!! All I’ve got left is Anger and Sadness. Everywhere I go, everyone I know. Sometimes distraction can be healthy.


It’s not easy being The Man With The X-Ray Eyes.

Alfredo from Puerto Rico on October 4, 2017 at 8:28 pm

Worry, you probably have the most appropriate handle on the entire internet.

Alfredo from Puerto Rico on October 4, 2017 at 8:34 pm

    Thanks. What that man was loading into his hotel room should have alerted security, and prompted a call to the police. Paddock’s scheme could have been short-circuited relatively easily with an ordinary amount of competence.

    Worry on October 4, 2017 at 8:38 pm

If the post that’s missing from the previous article, and also this one ever make it up, it just underscores it even more, especially the post missing from this article.

All things considered, I’m just a siwwy wabbit.

Alfredo from Puerto Rico on October 4, 2017 at 8:42 pm

And even if ISIS or al Qaeda were to be discounted vis-a-vis Paddock and his motives, there’s always the likes of Antifa . . . not to mention that James Hodgkinson who shot Congressman Steve Scalise was an uber-leftist who supported Bernie Sanders, took SPLC’s hate propaganda to heart, and religiously watched MSNBC. Antifa has also claimed Paddock as one of their own, which I suppose gives a hint as to a symbiotic relationship between those violent thugs and the likes of ISIS.

The Left, in a sense, has the blood of those 59 victims (and counting) on their hands, as they were proclaiming that the victims deserved it because, being country fans, they were automatically (in those leftists’ minds) Trump voters. (Oh, as opposed to Obama voters who, in most if not all cases, listened intently to misogynistic, violent, pro-cop-killer, pro-jihad rap music?)

Concerned Patriot on October 4, 2017 at 11:02 pm

Initial story unraveling. Paddock was seen with a woman. He reserved the hotel room in early Sept, but the records were deleted. He checked in 3 days prior, not one. He had a suite, and an attached room.

Also, the girlfriend was with him on trips to buy guns, so she was probably lying. Then, we have the possible second shooter on 4th floor. That should be easy to confirm or deny.

Also, we have his brother, who seems to have become an MSM go-to guy. He’s affiliated in some way with the Pulse nightclub. Most of this info comes from Mandalay employees who refuse to go mum.

Adam on October 5, 2017 at 12:57 am

Possession of Ammonium Nitrate is Bad ?


Go to any turf farm
Golf course
They buy it by the TONS

Every year

Maybe the leftist idiots would want to outlaw
Golf !

JayPee on October 5, 2017 at 5:24 am

We’ll never know the truth! Regardless, the idiots “feel” they “have to do something.” Why don’t they start profiling? Any man who buys that amount of firearms in short a short time, plus the wiring of money, plus the fertilizer, should have been investigated. May be legit or may be not. If you withdraw or deposit more than $10,000.00 cash in a bank, you’re guaranteed a visit from the Secret Service, IRS, DEA, etc.
The idiots want to profile a firearm (assault weapon), but not the person? With their logic, cars should be outlawed.
Debbie: Keep up the good work!

unholyone on October 5, 2017 at 9:10 am

Well, JayPee, that would present the previous president with quite a problem, because he golfed his way through office. Of course, the current and probably most past presidents is and are/were golfers as well, but certainly the time for the left to do it would be while this one is in office, because . . .

Democrat good, Republican bad. LOL!!!

Alfredo from Puerto Rico on October 5, 2017 at 9:11 am

It’s obvious hotel security is more like tits on a bull. Useless.

JEFFERY TOPPS on October 5, 2017 at 9:39 am

    I remember a time when Casino Security WAS armed. If a bunch of drunks made a scene, they would take them outside and physically interrogate them. If you got caught cheating, they would kick your ass. They also would not tolerate any photography inside the Casino. I remember seeing them rip film out of cameras. We have become complacent and much too lenient.

    #1Vato on October 8, 2017 at 9:31 pm

The EPA should at least have been triggered when this Stephen Paddock purchased 2000kg of Ammonium Nitrate! Some agency should have been triggered when 2000kg of fertilizer is delivered to a residence! Evan for large companies this would be a major shipment I would think. There are 3 and probably 4 bags in that photo but they could have been purchased individually.

Karen on October 5, 2017 at 11:24 am

That’s right, Karen, what is a private citizen doing purchasing ANY amount of that stuff? Even one 500 kg. bag. Unless you work at a golf course, or in some other business where it’s required. That should be purchased by or in the name of the business, what’s up with that?

I do yard work for people, which involves annual flowers and other plants, occasionally trees. They don’t have bags of ammonium nitrate in the garage or storage shed. No really large bags of anything, either. 20 lbs., 30 lbs., something like that.

Family gardners also use peat moss, mulch, etc. They have something like Chikity Doo Doo, or whatever it’s called, or another such product. And if you look at the bag, the NH3 (ammonia) content is always 3, 4 percent, something like that. Doesn’t it say 34.4% on those bags in Debbie’s picture?


Alfredo from Puerto Rico on October 5, 2017 at 11:38 am

The bottom line with the FBI (“Famous But Incompetent” or “Famous But Insidious,” as you prefer) is that it has already been decided that there are no connections between Stephen Paddock and any Islamic or other organization. It has also been decided that Paddock acted alone, even though there is already sufficient evidence indicating otherwise.

The FBI is reaching all of these conclusions without performing any genuine investigation. As I’ve indicated in my post to Debbie previous article on the Las Vegas Massacre, the FBI has done this several times before in high profile cases.

The FBI infamously concluded, for example, that Lee Oswald acted alone in JFK’s assassination within an hour or so after Oswald was picked up by the Dallas Police, and well before any investigation was performed while critical evidence was immediately destroyed or tampered with.

The FBI also investigated Omar Mateen for about a year before the Orlando Massacre last year and concluded that he wasn’t a threat to anyone despite his allegiance to Islamic terrorist organizations. And the FBI only begrudgingly admitted that Mateen proclaimed he was committing his mass murders “for ISIS.”

I sense that FBI wants to close up the case by concluding that not only did Paddock act alone but that he had had no political motive and was compelled to commit this crime out of the blue because he was mentally unstable. They will also claim that there was no connection to Islamic terrorism whatsoever.

You can see how this scenario is unfolding by the sudden change in statements being made by Marilou Danley, the woman whom the media have been calling Paddock’s girlfriend. Initial comments from Danley and from Paddock’s brother noted that there was nothing unusual happening to Paddock that might explain the actions that have been attributed to him.

But now that FBI has gotten hold of Danley and applied pressure on her to get the answers that they want to hear, Danley suddenly complies. In contrast to her earlier statements of shock that Paddock could do such a thing, she now suddenly remembers him exhibiting symptoms such as lying in bed and moaning, according to two former FBI officials who have been briefed on the matter.

“She said he would lie in bed, just moaning and screaming, ‘Oh, my God,'” one of the former FBI officials said.

The other former official said Danley spoke about Paddock displaying “mental health symptoms.”

For those of you who wonder how the FBI could get Danley to provide false information on their suggestion, such as noted above, I will leave you with a YouTube clip involving the Robert F. Kennedy murder of June 1968.

Most of you probably believe that Sirhan Sirhan murdered RFK. But the evidence indicates otherwise. In RFK’s case (unlike the JFK case), a genuine forensic pathologist, Thomas Noguchi MD, who was then Chief Medical Examiner-Coroner for the County of Los Angeles, performed RFK’s autopsy and he concluded that RFK was shot only from behind, from upward trajectories, and in the case of the fatal shot, only inches from the right mastoid area behind RFK’s right ear. However, at all times, Sirhan Sirhan fired his gun from many feet in front of RFK and RFK never turned his back to him. Thus, while Sirhan Sirhan fired shots, and did wound others, he did not fire any shots that struck RFK, including the fatal shot. (The person who did fire shots from behind RFK was security guard Thane Eugene Caesar, but that’s a story for another day.)

But I’m not raising the RFK case to demonstrate how the police, the FBI, and other authorities can and do lie to the public about high profile cases. I’m bringing it up here to demonstrate how those in authority get witnesses to give them the “story” they want them to tell, even though not the truth.

One important witness in the RFK case, was Sandra Serrano, an RFK campaign worker. She saw and heard a man and a woman running past her proclaiming excitedly, “We shot Kennedy!” or words to that effect. (The woman infamously wore a polka dot dress, as noted by several witnesses, all of whom were ignored or authorities forced them to change their testimony.) Initially, Sandra Serrano simply told the authorities what she saw and hear, which is what a good witness does. But as you’ll hear, as the authorities go about “working on her,” they ultimately wear her down. She ended up signing the “statement” that they wanted her to make, but that doesn’t change the truth. (Incidentally, the police officer “working on” Ms. Serrano also had ties to CIA, which should surprise nobody who has performed serious investigations into the JFK and RFK assassinations.) Here’s the clip about Ms. Serrano:


Ralph Adamo on October 6, 2017 at 7:59 pm

Ohhhhhhh, man, way to go, Ralphie boy. NOT!!!

As I have stated publicly, all I have left is anger and sadness. Additionally, I have said that just under the surface of my skin is a shrieking, bawling baby that has been howling for decades and won’t stop. Howling at the state of the world and the universe since time immemorial.

Like the writings of Isaiah, Jeremiah, Nehemiah, etal, horror stricken at the state of their societies, everyone and everything around them, with the prophets living in poverty and at times ill health and imprisonment.

Okay, this is basic training, right? And everyone knows basic training sucks, right? At least that’s what the military folks I’ve known have told me. So, I know that. This isn’t The Kingdom, as “Satan is the god of this world.”

Okay, but all the knowledge in the world doesn’t help. As God’s Word says, wisdom is not going to make you happy, but rather brings bitterness and everything that goes along with that.

So, what’s the alternative, . . .

ignorance? God forbid. Is that better?

Our beloved hostess bakes the cake. Then, Mr. Adamo comes along, ices the cake, puts the cherry on top, lights the candles, . . .

and the holder places it down, 54 yards out, and Mr. Adamo boots it. It’s up, and iiiiiiit’s . . .


And it splatters all over the place, all over my face. Because he talks about the seminal events of my youth, many of the events that shaped what has happened to the culture and keeps happening, right up until today. I was such a hopeful, blissful little kid at that time.

I’ve got a good mind if and when I get back down to the farm to try and have him down there. We’ll smoke cigars. I’ll ply him with fresh coconut water, acerola juice, guavas right off the tree, as well avocados, manzano bananas, mangoes, tamarind juice, and key limeade. Quenepas, breadfruit, jackfruit anyone? There’s more than just those, believe it, right outside my door.

If there are any grapefruits left on the trees the termites haven’t destroyed yet, the best grapefruit juice he’s ever had, raw, unpasteurized, unfiltered, absolutely DELICIOUS, not sour, but like candy.

We’ll read Debbie’s web site, and he’ll talk. And I’ll listen. I’ll listen forever. I’ll be SO ecstatic with all the knowledge, it’ll be wondrous. I’ll be beaming with the amazement that overcomes me as I become so full of knowledge that the ecstasy will leave me with a smile as big as Texas.

I’ll be so overcome with emotion and the satisfaction that comes when knowledge of a certain subject is acquired, that, . . .

that, . . .

I will go and find my longest machete, and sharpen it as I’ve never sharpened it before. And I will go outside on a night when a full moon is beaming as bright as a man with the knowledge of the universe at his fingertips. I will go outside amidst the rats, the bats, and the cats.

And fall on it, right through my heart.

Seriously, . . .

what else is left?

Alfredo from Puerto Rico on October 6, 2017 at 9:26 pm

Why did it take 72 minutes from the time of the first 911 call until the time they busted and killed him…if they actually shot and killed and if he was actually the only one involved.

The police couldn’t get any snipers in position to take him out in less than an hour?

Who was the woman that was escorted out by security,who told the concert goers they were all going to die that night?
And where is she now?

I refuse to accept any of the “official” explanation of events or the media’s account.

ebayer on October 7, 2017 at 3:17 am

That’s right, ebayer, and that’s what makes it so frightening and depressing. Our government has been lying to us forever, and in the process, not properly protecting the people. Along comes a president who wants to protect the people, speaks of taking in only those “who love us,” and he’s excoriated.

What do the people in the streets with their placards and slogans think this is, a Hollywood party?

We’re being led to the slaughter by our own government, our own employees, who seem to think that turning the USA in to some kind of social experiment circus is more important than having an orderly and civil society.

Thank God He will some day fulfill his promise to save us from ourselves. But in the meantime, nothing but chaos, confusion, disease, disorder, fear, hatred, violence, and death. Ohhhhhh, that’s great, what a party, niiiiiice.

Alfredo from Puerto Rico on October 7, 2017 at 4:41 am

    Are you in Puerto Rico now?
    What do you think about the mayor of San Juan?
    And the teamsters?
    Since the relief was sent to Puerto Rico.

    Ebayer on October 7, 2017 at 4:21 pm

Still stuck in the NYC area for the past 780 days. Spoke to cousin in town a week or so ago. Everything okay up at the farm, my house, our cousin who manages the farm okay, his house okay. The hurricane would have to traverse several miles of land coming from where it did, then hit the mountain and come over before hitting my house and the farm.

Town okay, no flood in my cousin’s house, everything and everyone in the immediate neighborhood okay, people helping people, one huge cooperative effort, they don’t need to be told.

As for the Mayor of San Juan, she is a drama queen who plays to mixed reviews and raised eyebrows down there. She is also part of the burgeoning Democrat good, Republican bad disease that has sadly swept across the mainland over the past few decades.

Up until this hurricane, they had not stopped talking about Hurricane Georges (1998), which swept across Puerto Rico from the east, and did more damage in our southwestern area than this one did, although Maria hurt the eastern and northern areas more than Georges.

Back then, there was no water or electricity for a LONG time in many areas, took me two months before I got my father on the phone. He had only just gotten back his electricity and water service shortly before that.

Of course, no one talks about that, because although the machinations were already in place for Puerto Rico’s demise, the exodus had not yet begun, and there was a Democrat in the White House, so no cries of Bush-Hitler or Trump-Hitler were able to be mustered.

You KNOW when Geraldo says that the Trump bashing is fake news, that something rotten is going on. I truly expected him to jump on the dump Trump, Trump’s Katrina bandwagon, etc., but in coming out of his face the way he has, it shows you how full of crap the people are trying to make this Trump’s Katrina.

Lin Manuel Miranda is nothing but a Democrat good, Republican bad, Nuyorican activist looking for attention and money for whatever his next project is. This schmo who turned Alexander Hamilton in to a card carrying member of Hip Hop Nation.

Alfredo from Puerto Rico on October 7, 2017 at 6:16 pm

Padlock was a nutjob to be sure. Still not convinced he’s an Islamic nutjob. The chick he was with would have known if he had converted to Islam. She says nothing on that.

Fabrice DeMilo on October 7, 2017 at 11:12 pm

The latest is that this guy may have had an undiagnosed mental illness. LOL!!!

Riiiiiiight. Keep pointing fingers in all directions but the right one(s), and lying to the people. You may have fooled people in J. Edgar Hoover’s time, The Great StainMaker’s time, and Dubya’s time, but by the time The Community Disorganizer In Chief took office, the jig was up.

You FBI, CIA, high ranking political officials, whoever you are, Soros, Gates, Zuckerberg, all you One World Government, watch the swinging pendant, get in line and march to our beat types ain’t foolin’ anyone anymore.

You people who think you’re going to be flying around until the radiation clears, or hiding out on remote islands, starting over on Mars, whatever your schtick is, keep on thinking, you’re going to get ravaged just like the rest of us “little people” who are supposedly too stupid to wipe our butts without your regulations and admonitions.

Get ready for Judgment Day, ALL of you. You’re fooling no one, and you will not escape The Wrath of God.

Alfredo from Puerto Rico on October 7, 2017 at 11:33 pm

Why nobody pointing similarities to Oklahoma City Bombing:
1. Terry Nichols, one of the bombing mastermind was married to Filipino
2. The Filipino woman was married to another man in Philippines at the same time. That man happened to be tied to Islamic Filipino terrorist groups Abu Saef.
Just read the book The Third Terrorist by Jayna Davis. there are a lot of similarities to LV shooting.

Moishe on October 8, 2017 at 1:33 am

Careful, Moishe, with knowledge and logic like that, you could leap over the heads of everyone to become the new FBI Director, and upset the whole apple cart. Remember, we’re all too stupid to know how this really works. Better let the “smart people” handle it, y’know.


Alfredo from Puerto Rico on October 8, 2017 at 2:54 am

Whenever there is a while male in a casino with lots of money, there is an Asian woman with a Louis Vuitton purse nearby.

#1Vato on October 8, 2017 at 12:25 pm

    LOL Good one.

    Elmo on October 8, 2017 at 4:15 pm

BWAAAAAHAHAHHAAAAAAAAAAA!!! Ohhhhh, man, thank God for the brief respite that comes from reading a really good joke.

Alfredo from Puerto Rico on October 8, 2017 at 12:27 pm

This attack is no reason to infringe on our 2nd Amendment rights. Every year, we have one or two mass attacks like this. At the end of the year, the statistics show that more people are murdered by blunt force (i.e. baseball bat, golf club, hammer, etc.) to the head.

Liberals love to call attention to themselves with a one-size-fits all solution. It feels good, but it doesn’t work. Debbie has done a good job of explaining why gun control won’t work.

There is no need for Congressional action on slide stocks. Fully automatic firearms are already regulated by the BATF. They merely need to extend their regulations to slide stocks.

Note that fully automatic firearms are not illegal. Americans merely need a special license to own one. It should be noted that most Americans are happy to own firearms without such a license. (Hint: Chewing up ammunition with a fully automatic firearm is expensive.)

I’m much more curious as to what motivated Paddock to commit mass murder. Someone on FOX News said something rather profound. He said that Paddock was a successful professional gambler. As such, he was a master of bluff and concealment.

It might be a long time before we know what was really behind this attack. Try to be patient.


There is NO Santa Claus (aka TINSC)

There is NO Santa Claus on October 9, 2017 at 7:10 am


Yo Debrina, did you catch the Detroit hood rat wannabe, Eminem, on the BET awards last night? He went into a freestyle ghetto rap trashing Trump just like he a homey in da hood, girl. Sickened, but still LMAO.
Da vid be on youtube.

Fabrice DeMilo on October 11, 2017 at 7:28 am

Fabrice, I read the headline, but didn’t see it, and don’t want to watch the video. But further to your point, isn’t it funny that Eminem is an accepted member of Hip Hop Nation, yet soon to be back home hangin’ wit’ da marsupials Iggy Azalea has been pounded in to oblivion for not using her real voice, and trying to act black?

Not that I like her or think much of her or her schtick, I’m just pointing out the hypocrisy. Poor little fool went and got her face done up even more, her boobs done, and who knows what else to go along with that now you see it, now you don’t ass of hers, and now she isn’t even going to be famous anymore.

How is that you have a world class ass one day, it’s gone two weeks later, back a month later, then gone, then back, then . . .

As soon as she got all that work done, T.I. drops her, that never was of a rapper schmapper, her ONLY ticket to fame, and now she’s going home to the koalas.

HYPOCRITES!!! A nation of hypocrites we are, and now it’s coming crashing down. The United States is crashing down.

Alfredo from Puerto Rico on October 11, 2017 at 10:31 am

    Amen my friend.

    Fabrice DeMilo on October 11, 2017 at 2:02 pm

Just for the heck of it, here’s my politically incorrect contribution . . .

Harvey Weinstein, Bill Clinton, Bill Cosby, and Anthony Weiner walk into a bar. Just as they’re about to sit down they see Barney Frank, Mark Foley, Steve Gunderson, and Jim McGreevy at a table nearby having drinks. Harvey says, “Uh-oh, looks like we’ve come to the wrong bar.”

Ralph Adamo on October 11, 2017 at 4:16 pm


PERFECT! And the punchline is, they’re actually all in the right bar.


Alfredo from Puerto Rico on October 11, 2017 at 4:31 pm

The official story makes no sense. No evidence has been provided to back it up. There is no reason to believe it. Citizen journalists have started putting together a scenario of what might have happened. Paddock may have been a gun dealer working for the CIA, and selling guns to ISIS (CIA employees). Multiple ISIS/CIA shooters were on the ground, and no shots came from the hotel. Being a gun runner would explain a multi-million dollar bank account better than his being a professional video poker player.

BuddSmith on October 11, 2017 at 6:03 pm

    Budd, right now, only Jesus can tell us what might have really happened in Las Vegas.

    I speak, of course, of Jesus Campos, the security guard who the FBI and the Vegas police are calling a “hero” in the Vegas massacre, even though the law enforcement authorities have been issuing contradictory statements regarding him and the timeline of events. But, unfortunately, Jesus isn’t talking.

    However, from what we do know, this particular Jesus was truly a miracle worker!

    According to the latest version of the events, some 6 minutes before the massacre, Stephen Paddock was supposedly holed up in his suite preparing his firearms for the massacre when he had a vision of Jesus outside his locked and barricaded suite via security cameras that he had installed to observe the hallway.

    Then, according to the latest story, Paddock blasted Jesus through the door with one of his many machine guns, making swiss cheese out of the suite’s door and hallway wall. Yet, Jesus only sustained, at most, a shot to his leg! Fue un milagro!

    Of course, this is only the latest version of events. Law enforcement authorities may well come up with entirely new, revised versions and timelines of events in the future. This sort of thing is bound to happen when they arrive at a predetermined conclusion before they even begin the investigation and when they aren’t even interested in the facts or the evidence, particularly when they don’t fit the predetermined conclusion.

    Ralph Adamo on October 11, 2017 at 11:37 pm


Yup, I was hoping to get on Debbie’s web site tonight, and find out what Mr. Adamo would make of that story I read several hours ago.

Thanks. Because I’ve been shaking my head ever since.

But the salient point is Jesus, and I don’t mean Campos.

Although the campo is where I’m trying to get back to, so I can be insulated from this nonsense, LOL!!!

NYC – Day 785

Alfredo from Puerto Rico on October 12, 2017 at 12:05 am

    Thanks, Alfredo. Your posts remind me that there three things we can all still try to do in these difficult times: never stop learning and growing, never give in to those who want to defeat us, and never stop laughing.

    I’ll leave you with an inspiring clip on all three points from a 1980s movie called “Back to School,” starring the late, great and one-of-a-kind comic Rodney Dangerfield. (The clip also features one of Rodney’s proteges, Sam Kinison, who tragically died in an auto accident while his career was really only getting started.)

    This was back when Hollywood actually turned out some good comedies. For the setup, for those who haven’t seen the movie, Rodney plays a successful businessman who never went to college, but, who decides, for various reasons, to continue his schooling. (Of course, Rodney also teaches those at the school about life while he’s learning.)

    In this clip, he faces an oral exam. The great poem at the end that Rodney recites is by Dylan Thomas, and I still laugh whenever I hear Rodney’s simplified explication of it. And I also still laugh whenever I think of the inscription on Rodney’s gravestone, which I’ve visited, at Westwood Village Memorial Park Cemetery in Los Angeles: “There goes the neighborhood.”


    Ralph Adamo on October 12, 2017 at 4:16 pm

While we are eagerly awaiting Debbie’s next article, I know that all the faithful on this web site are watching the fascinating goings on in Da Nooze.

Enter the Harvey Weinstein scandal, and of course, on the heels of that, the exposure of the UTTER HYPOCRISY of the Hollywood, Democrat Party, at large media. And of course, with almost enough women to form a fully rostered NFL team coming out about Hahhvee and now his brother, along with others in Hollywood, enter . . .

distraction politics.

What? Stop the Blond(e) Ignition and get to the point, Fettucine.

WELL, when an entire community and their associates/enablers have their hypocrisy exposed, what’s the best thing to do? Get together, and make sure that the fingers are pointing elsewhere.

So, what happens? We now have the Hollywood crowd, including some of Mr. Weinstein’s accusers, getting together in their never ending quest to . . .



Keep watching, keep your guns in sight, and your hands on at least one of them.

The Vegas massacre may have been kicked off the headlines for a while, but you know the left, they NEVER stop trying to advance the ball.

Alfredo from Puerto Rico on October 18, 2017 at 2:04 pm

Trump is absolutely disgusting and is a disgrace to all White males. He is rich trash. The people that follow him to hell deserves to burn and writhe as their skin drips

DisgustedAtYouPeople on October 18, 2017 at 5:17 pm



is baaaa-aaaaaack.

“. . . as their skin drips.” That’s funny. I’m back doing another house caretaker job in Eastern Westchester County, and, . . .

and, . . .

I’m . . .

(snuffle, snicker, snorkity, porkity)

reheating some fried chicken the owners left for me.


How did . . .




Alfredo from Puerto Rico on October 18, 2017 at 5:46 pm

    So, here I am with my morning coffee, getting over the flu, and just noted an error in a post. My health has taken a battering since late September. The A and Y references to the Armenian (or Argentinian, Australian ladies, if you prefer) should be reversed, of course.

    That will comport with the bots chosen order of DAYP.

    Not being able to breathe for a few weeks can disrupt brain function, y’know. Passed out rather early, but the bot did not returned, I see.


    I just reread the RFK assassination part of Mr. Adamo’s post above, and I’m still shaking my head. We are SO dead. Our government has been actively working against us since at LEAST the time of Woodrow Wilson. I’m so scared. I shook Bobby’s hand once, when I was 11.

    Alfredo from Puerto Rico on October 19, 2017 at 8:59 am


Here’s one from real life.


Alfredo from Puerto Rico on October 18, 2017 at 7:21 pm

Not to be confused with McFadden & Whitehead, Ashford & Simpson, Peaches & Herb, Benton & Washington, Gaye & Terrell.

Would you believe Mike & Bill?

I have a LITTLE time tonight, does the . . .


wish to come out and play? Hmmmmmmm? As long as you’re baaaa-aaaack.

That is a terrible thing to say about such a fine group, which gave us such hits as Do It (Till You’re Satisfied), Do You Like It, This House Is Smokin’, Peace Pipe, etc.

I hereby apologize for the above stated remarks, which I actually don’t remember making, and therefore deny, but because of the offense I caused, despite not remembering, I apologize.

I hereby renounce my Tweedledum, Faceplant, Instabang and Snap, Crackle, Pop accounts. Any posts which have been put up in the past 24 hours are really not mine.

I think.

Alfredo from Puerto Rico on October 18, 2017 at 8:05 pm

In a bizarre defense of President Donald Trump’s lack of grasp of public policy, Sen. Bill Cassidy (R-LA) suggested on Thursday that it does not matter if the president of the United States has any understanding at all of major legislation
RePukelicans are pure trash, defending this fool

DisgustedAtYouPeople on October 19, 2017 at 2:25 pm

You mean like The Great StainMaker shoved his PR person out front to tell us that character issues really don’t count? Wow, for a bot, you really are a dolt.

I didn’t realize bots had thought processes. I guess I was wrong. So are your thought processes, ALL WRONG!!!


By the way, I’m at work, stop bothering Debbie’s web site until I can spend some real time having fun with you. How ’bout a joint? Sour Diesel. Yummmmmmmmmmm.

Alfredo from Puerto Rico on October 19, 2017 at 2:33 pm

I will not ever again register as a repukelican. You people who defend Trump are low life trash. I will not ever allow myself to respect your kind again. Repukelicans have lost this one for good

DisgustedAtYouPeople on October 22, 2017 at 2:03 pm

I see that BOT(ulism) has returned. It is so obvious at this point, that DAYP is a bot. Someone in charge of 347 bots attacking 12 different web sites EVENTUALLY gets around to inserting some more boilerplate text, clicking once, and sending it back here. This thing cannot have real discussions. It’s nothing but a bot.


Alfredo from Puerto Rico on October 22, 2017 at 3:06 pm

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