26 December 2020

Saturday Roundup of Link Roundups

The image today is a Christmas Card from "Your friends at Nakatomi Plaza." (Click on it for a larger view.) And yes, Die Hard is a Christmas movie.

Wombat-socho at The Other McCain starts things rolling with In The Mailbox: 12.23.20 (Afternoon Edition)

Victory Girls: Joe Biden Will Never Be My President
Volokh Conspiracy: Mother Has Son Tested For COVID-19, Threatened With Contempt Of Court
Weasel Zippers: President Trump Sends COVID Relief Bill Back To Congress

EBL - Feast of the Seven Fishes 🐟🐙🦑🦐🦀🦞🦪: A Review

Feral Irishman: Mandate, Nothing would shock me..., Masks slipping off the Democrat Party, Friday Femme Fatale
TOM: The Destructive Meaning of ‘Equality’

Freedom Is Just Another Word... - Quick Bits …

When your a asshat…
NY Governor Cuomo Humiliated, His State Suffers Biggest Loss in New Census Estimates, Red States Make Biggest Gains

The Right Way - Top of the News

Plandemic- American Digest
NSA Puzzle Palace Technical Director: Simple Mathematics reveals massive Biden fraud. - Free North Carolina

Again from Wombat-socho - In The Mailbox: 12.24.20 (Afternoon Edition)

The Lid: Will The Last Person Leaving NY State Please Turn Out The Lights
Legal Insurrection: Red China Demands Biden Return U.S. To Iran Nuke Deal, also, Netanyahu-Gantz Government Collapses, Israel Heads For Fourth Election In Two Years

A View from the Beach - Russiagate: POTUS Pardons Papadop

But, as Chuck Ross notes at Da Caller, AG Barr Sees No Evidence Of CIA Wrongdoing In Trump-Russia Probe. NewsMax, Brennan Calls Durham Investigation 'Trolling,' Mocks Barr. I'm not as big a man as Barr

Wombat-socho at The Other McCain - In The Mailbox: 12.24.20 (Christmas Eve Edition)

Vox Popoli: The BBC’s War On Christmas, also, No Place For Fear
According To Hoyt: We Are Not Alone, also, I Won’t Be Home For Christmas

Gates of Vienna - News Feed 12/23/2020

“They Don’t Want Results to Get Out”— Trump Blasts “Slow Walking” Of Georgia’s Signature Verification
President Trump is exposing the “slow walking” of Georgia’s signature verification

Ace of Spades HQ - The Morning Report - 12/23/20 [J.J. Sefton]

Daniel Greenfield: "When the government decides who gets to live or die based on race."
The CDC's Affirmative Action Eugenics for the Chinese Coronavirus Vaccine

Doug Ross - Larwyn’s Linx: Yes, It Was a Stolen Election

What Else Can We Do to Fight Back Against This Stolen Election?: EIB
'There's never been anything like it': Trump alleges voter fraud again: Tyler Van Dyke

Maggie's Farm - Wednesday morning links

"Stay Home Except for Essential Activities," Dem Gov Says, Then Goes to a Bar
Bill de Blasio: “Our Mission Is to Redistribute Wealth”

I leave you with Wednesday gifdump from Knuckledraggin My Life Away, Merry Christmas Woodsterman Style ~ 3 From Woodsterman, Christmas Eve Memes … from MaddMedic at Freedom Is Just Another Word... and Cartoon Round Up.... from Theo Spark.

2 comments:

  1. Speaking of "Die Hard is a Christmas Movie", I went searching for it on our streaming service (Hulu + Live TV) and found it was only on one time on Christmas, at something like 8PM and only on HBO Max.

    The side effect of everybody dropping cable and moving to streaming services is that a bunch of movies that used to be on TV all the time are moving to being exclusive for some streaming service, and "everybody's got to get into the act" (do your best Jimmy Durante voice for that).

    Then think of Star Trek Discovery on CBS streaming, instead of being over the air. Three (four?) new Marvel series on Disney +. If you want to watch one show on a bunch of different streaming services at $5 each, think $5/month for 50 different streaming services. It makes the old gripe that, "I'm paying for 450 channels of cable and there's nothing worth watching" into almost a good old days story.


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    1. That's why I own a copy. DVDs and BD disks are expensive when a movie is new, not so much a few years down the road.

      I was mad about ST: Discovery until I saw a couple of episodes at a friend's house.

      But I decided a while back that none of it was worth it. CBS, Disney, Hulu, Netflix, whatever. 10 bucks a month is too much. Now if I could subscribe to one of them for 10 bucks and see everything I wanted, I might be tempted.

      Though I know of at least one person, who signed up for Disney, binge watched The Mandelorian, and then canceled Disney. So 7 or 10 bucks or whatever to watch an entire season's worth.

      I pay for music streaming because that is important to me, and I read.

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