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By NB Staff | December 26, 2010 | 07:58
For general discussion about politics, the economy, the holidays, sports, or whatever else tickles your fancy.
Submitted by motherbelt on Sun, 12/26/2010 - 8:35am.
What The Obama can't get by law, he will get by czarist fiat or bureaucratic regulation.
Under the new policy, outlined in a Medicare regulation, the government will pay doctors who advise patients on options for end-of-life care, which may include advance directives to forgo aggressive life-sustaining treatment.
While the new law does not mention advance care planning, the Obama administration has been able to achieve its policy goal through the regulation-writing process, a strategy that could become more prevalent in the next two years as the president deals with a strengthened Republican opposition in Congress.
Submitted by DontFeedTheTrolls on Sun, 12/26/2010 - 10:11am.
Here's some more of that regulation that wouldn't pass Congress, so Obama has his Tsars (Czars?) force it on America. I hope someone in Congress is looking out for us, the citizens.
EPA puts chokehold on America.
Submitted by Red Jeep on Sun, 12/26/2010 - 11:59am.
...without people that we elect having a yea or nay?
The size of this Federal Government has got to be trimmed at least by 75%. Nothing should be a law or regulation with out House/Senate approval.
Submitted by Dave. on Sun, 12/26/2010 - 4:02pm.
Actually, it's pretty easy when you have a man in the White House with dictatorial leanings on a mission to irretrievably wreck America before most of its dumbMass citizens catch on to what he is doing, as well as an "opposition" party that is essentially spineless - as in afraid to speak up out of fear of being called racists.
Vote for the American in November
Submitted by ricklail on Sun, 12/26/2010 - 10:54am.
I've wrote a letter to the editor right after it passed. The devil was going to be in the rules that would be written. Took a lot of flack for it. OSHA was a simple bill until the rules were written.
Submitted by Dave. on Sun, 12/26/2010 - 3:00pm.
Submitted by Dave. on Sun, 12/26/2010 - 3:14pm.
LOL - I swear the paragraph breaks show up in the edit screen but somehow go bye-bye when I hit the "Save" button.
Submitted by miss911ninja on Sun, 12/26/2010 - 3:38pm.
There's no way he'll be impeached and possibly removed from office. Can you imagine the cries of racism that would ensue THEN? It would be like nothing we've seen yet, and we'd probably also see cities burning. So they wouldn't dare.
(Not that I wouldn't LOVE the mofo to be impeached.)
Submitted by BEGRUNT on Sun, 12/26/2010 - 4:21pm.
If he were to be impeached, it would start riots nation wide, and possibly an insurection......The "racecard" would be played to the hilt. Even with unndeniable evidence of high crimes and misdemeanors, the country would explode, and the marxists would get what they want, by declaring martial law........then the next step would be an all out civil war.
"A nation can suffer it's fool's, but cannot survive the traitor"
Submitted by MrShy on Sun, 12/26/2010 - 4:31pm.
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Submitted by BEGRUNT on Sun, 12/26/2010 - 4:48pm.
full of holiday pessimism...... ;-)
Submitted by Dave. on Sun, 12/26/2010 - 8:31pm.
I just can't help myself at times.
And you are exactly right, as there are so many stoopid mooch, leech and tick sheeple in this country, who know nothing about the Constitution of the United States, they would probably take to the streets if an impeachment attempt was made, even though Obama has been urinating all over our founding document since he took the Oath of Office.
It's too bad that Political Correctness has now reached the point when a sizeable percentage of the population cares more about Obama's skin color than they do about the fact that he is rapidly destroying the very country they reside in.
Submitted by Dave. on Sun, 12/26/2010 - 4:50pm.
...which is why I believe this country is in far greater peril than it actually realizes.
The American people as a whole are just way too far behind the curve on what Obama is really doing. Sure, some of us woke up enough by last November to take 63 seats in the House away from the party of the Comrade Chairman, but I don't think it was enough to matter, given the history of the repubs.
I mean, when have they ever actually completely reversed or eliminated any of the left's lunacy?
The answer is never. Oh sure, they have managed to scale down or roll back some of the more excessive idiocy occasionally, but the left always comes back and gets the government's claws in things even deeper later on - often with the help of idiot RINOs.
Hell, they couldn't even de-fund PBS back in '95 when the door was wide open for them to do it. I have no confidence they will do any better now, even though the immediate stakes for our country are far higher now than they were then
Let's face it, the Obamanistas are fast running out of things to seize, and to this point, the repubs haven't really even slowed them down, and the sheeple have raised barely a whimper.
No, he didn't get his nation-killing spending bill through, nor his back-door Scamnesty II plan, but is was his own party that stopped those, not the repubs.
What he did get was control of the Internet (and that despite a congressional Hell No! as well as a hearty FU from a federal court), and is working toward getting control of the nation's food supply (a must-grab according to the Communist Manifesto) which the so-called "Food Safety" bill will ultimately result in - just like ObamaCare will ultimately result in total government control of health care.
He will have two years to consolidate the former and to put into place the latter, and I really don't think the repubs have the stones to stop any of it.
All I'm hearing about the Internet grab from the repubs is they are going to "roll it back." Big friggin' deal, as that won't do any good, as whatever they manage to roll back, the Obamanistas will quietly regain through regulation when everyone's attention has turned elswhere, which has been their MO from day one.
No, the repubs have to seriously screw with the Obamanistas and the FCC over this, because if they don't reverse this 150%, in two years the fed's claws will be so deep into it you will never get them out.
And that goes for just about every other area the government has grabbed since Obama came to power.
Submitted by ThisnThat on Sun, 12/26/2010 - 5:28pm.
First, oil. The 6-month moratorium has turned into a 7-year outright ban. Where are the republicans?
Second, science and technology. It's bad enough to have killed our space program. But turning it into a muslim feel-good outreach program? This is outrageous.
“Didn't win the Medal of Honor? Didn't even serve? Then lie about it. We'll support you." — 9th Circuit Court
Submitted by miss911ninja on Sun, 12/26/2010 - 7:07pm.
Well that about sums it up! It looks pretty bleak. I'd be more optimistic except that I know how the lefties operate, and they will resort to ANYTHING to advance their agenda.
You know how soon-to-be Speaker of the House John Boehner has been choking up a lot while speaking about the country, or growing up in it? I think he may be crying because he loves the country so much, and knows that it's too late to save it.
I hope I'm wrong.
Submitted by Dave. on Sun, 12/26/2010 - 8:56pm.
I think it's still doable, but it is going to require political courage onthe part of a core group of politicians that hasn't been seen since this nation was founded.
It is also going to require We the People to be fully engaged in the process at all times, lest we have more instances like last week, when one of my alleged "conservative" U.S. senators, Johnny Isakson, voted in favor that hideous S.T.A.R.T. treaty, which, as I understand it, leaves us without a missile defense system when many of our enemies are not only nuking up, but also aquiring the delivery systems to send those nukes very long distances.
We cannot afford too many more of those.
Submitted by miss911ninja on Sun, 12/26/2010 - 9:31pm.
I hear ya! And something that would make a huuuuge difference would be the Republicans introducing legislation to require all future bills to include a specific citing of where in the Constitution any potential new law or regulation is authorized. Maybe that would also stop the problem of freedon-grabbing and control by regulation. When the "cavalry" arrives in January, they need to be VERY pro-active and aggressive. It's now or never.
Submitted by Dave. on Sun, 12/26/2010 - 11:24pm.
That would be great, but they still have to address the freedom-destroying laws and regs already in place, as they alone will do us in, even if they pass nothing further.
Merely stopping the left from future lunacy is no longer good enough (actually it hasn't been for some time). We have to dismantle what they, along with their RINO enablers, have done to this country - and not just in the last two years, but that which was done long before Barack Hussein Obama was even heard of.
The left has built a lot of momentum over the last 100 years, and stopping it cold is going to be hard enough, and reversing it far harder still.
But reverse it we must.
Submitted by miss911ninja on Sun, 12/26/2010 - 11:51pm.
Submitted by Dan The Man 2 on Sun, 12/26/2010 - 8:51am.
But, but ... they said there were not any. It was just a bogey man brought out to scare us po ignorant folks. This admin is getting to be a real pain. Some of this has to be illegal.
Submitted by motherbelt on Sun, 12/26/2010 - 9:30am.
The far lefties believe that "progressives" won in the midterm elections, so Obama should govern from the far left, bypassing Congress by Executive Orders (and regulations, it seems).
Let's throw our support unabashedly behind the Congressional Progressive Caucus and let's push Obama to finally do the right thing through as many Executive Orders as we can present to him. (bold mine)
Submitted by miss911ninja on Sun, 12/26/2010 - 3:57pm.
O....M....G! Can you just imagine the mental gymnastics that went into writing that? After already landing on your head a few times.
Submitted by ohiochili on Sun, 12/26/2010 - 9:41am.
This is how it worked when my father was told he was dying and treatment was no longer effective.
If you are terminally ill, your doctor can make a referral to Hospice. Medicare will pay for Hospice, or at least they did when my father way dying. What Medicare did not pay for, Hospice wrote off.
When I worked for a LARGE insurance company, every plan paid for Hospice, either at home or at a factility.
Hospice is a wonderful organization. After the care they provided to my father and our family, they get every donation dollar I can spare. My father wanted to die at home, and Hospice provided his medications, equipment, and visiting nursing care. After my father passed away, they offered my mother grief counseling for 1 year after his death.
I am suspicious that they want to fix something that is not really broken. I haven't really checked into it, but will the counseling provided be outlining the costs of treatment vs. success of such treatment? Will Grandma then think twice about ending treatment that may save her life because she may leave bills for her family?
The messiah is a sneaky, lying thug.
Submitted by motherbelt on Sun, 12/26/2010 - 10:05am.
They are a group of absolutely amazing people!
I think the key phrase in your post is and treatment was no longer effective.
IMO, this plan will convert the "right to die" into a "duty to die."
Submitted by Radical1979 on Sun, 12/26/2010 - 10:07am.
mb and ohio, I think the process has started already. Last February my mom was in the hospital with an infection in her leg. This seems to be a chronic thing with her, it flares up every several months. She is in a wheelchair, and is has some health problems, but very aware and participates in life as much as she can. The doctor advised us that we should consider stopping her antibiotics. At that point she was sleeping constantly. He said even if she recovers she didn't have much of a quality of life and we should think of having hospice at the nursing home take care of her if the infection flared up again.
We refused and kept her on the i.v. antibiotics. Yesterday she backseat drove the hour trip to my sister's home and saw her children and nine grandchildren on Christmas.
How many people will we lose when Obama and his cronies decide who has and doesn't have the quality of life they determine?
Submitted by ricklail on Sun, 12/26/2010 - 11:06am.
A freind of mine's mother passed away on Thursday of this week for about the same reason. She fell out of bed and broke her neck. They advised Jim to left her go but as of Wednesday he told them no. So they had to put a feeding tube down her throat. They had her hopped up on morphine. He wanted that stopped. I don't know what finally happened but she died at 5:30 on Thursday at the age of 95.
Submitted by Jer on Sun, 12/26/2010 - 6:37pm.
comprised of compassionate people devoted to the best interests of patients under their care. And that's why these organizations support the very sensible and humane counseling provisions--reimbursable by Medicare--reimplemented by the administration which will permit a patient's direct input in connection with, and control over, potential treatments later in life when he or she may not be capable of making such decisions.
Let's hope the true intent and purpose of this very worthwhile policy won't be distorted by partisan demagoguery as it was in the past.
Submitted by Newsbubba on Sun, 12/26/2010 - 9:47am.
I've got my own plan for the first "health care worker" who tells me I just need to die.
I heard a rumor that Barney Fwank is proposing a new elite army unit made up of all gay volunteers and, that he wants it named the 69th Sodomites. He is proposing that their motto be, "Never leave your buddy's behind."
Is this true?
Submitted by motherbelt on Sun, 12/26/2010 - 10:52am.
This would be hilarious, if it weren't so despicable.
I thought I was reading a parody, until I followed the link to the Salon article and saw that the quotes were indeed from Mr. Davis....
Submitted by ricklail on Sun, 12/26/2010 - 11:00am.
It began snowing here about 5 AM. We have about 2" on the ground and more to come. I'll post some pictures on my blog later today and let you know. I am as excited as a child with this. In my 59 years I only saw snow around Christmas one time. That was on December 23rd. It snowed in the mornign during the morning comute and was gone by the time we went home. There are no hills around to here to sled on. Some people use the on/off ramps on US 70 though.
Submitted by Wrathful Brunette on Sun, 12/26/2010 - 11:26am.
Here in the Piedmont it started last night about an hour after sunset, and we've got a good three inches now. It's been drifting lightly and steadily down for 15 hours, but it isn't accumulating on the streets. Gorgeous.
The kids were really excited when they woke up this morning, this is just the second time they've seen this much snow. The two year old boy doesn't remember the snow we had last winter, so it's a completely novel experience for him. The dog loves it, the cat hates it, and the chickens don't want to come out of their coop. LOL
Submitted by Blonde on Sun, 12/26/2010 - 11:34am.
Santa was berry good to me yesterday, and brought me Alton Brown's cook book!
It is as fab as his show, and at the very end, he has 14 "afterthoughts"...one of which is "if you can have chickens, have chickens, you haven't lived until you've eaten eggs from your own chickens". Which of course, made me think of you.
So, here I am in Mexico, driving down a dirt road, and see a flock of little chicks, and think of you...paging through Alton's book, and there you are again! See what nameing a chicken does, LOL.
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Submitted by Wrathful Brunette on Sun, 12/26/2010 - 11:42am.
I keep meaning to pick up one of his cookbooks and never remember when I'm at B&N. By the time I get out of the kids section all I can think about is Starbucks and home. LOL
Your namesake hates the snow, I'm going to try to get a pic of her today. She's picking her feet up with an air of deep disgust and clucking disapprovingly. Freakin' hilarious.
Submitted by ricklail on Sun, 12/26/2010 - 11:57am.
My daughter lives in Lincoln County and my folks live in Catawba County. They told me last night about it. They have about 6" inches now.
I don't mind it at all. I am off tomorrow but have a dr. appointment. I really need to talk with him so I hope their office is open. Their urgent care is closed today. Anything over an inch and Craven County is shut down.
The kid is coming out in me. I want to go sledding or have a snowball fight but there where to sled and no one to fight with. My wife is holed up watching old Doris Day movies from Netflix. The satelite went out about 8. So I have the computer and the series The Pacific to watch.
Submitted by Blonde on Sun, 12/26/2010 - 12:13pm.
My mom stays young by acting like a kid whenever she feels like it.
Submitted by ricklail on Sun, 12/26/2010 - 1:02pm.
I am afraid if I get down I won't be able to get back up. My wife is the only one could help me and she ain't going out in this. My son is on his way back to Clearwater. Not sure where he is now but I think he is going to be in the snow at least until he gets in south Jawja.
I sent this picture to the Charlotte Observer and they put it in a slide show. I had to get my grill cover in there.
I just got the satelite signal back for the local channels. Still can't get Fox or ESPN-bummer.
The SIL fixed the duck last night. It was good. Took 45 minutes to get on Cherry Point. They were checking all non-military personnel. Some folks in front of us were turned around and not allowed. The lance coporal that checked us said that if there was a problem with the vechicle registration or the drivers license they were not letting them pass.
Submitted by Blonde on Sun, 12/26/2010 - 1:14pm.
I just got a notice of a pm on the Gator boards, which is probably a link to watch the Denver game via internet, I'll e-mail it to you.
Timmy starts again today, maybe they'll let him take the training wheels off this week. :)
The duck sounds yummy, I've never tried cooking one, perhaps it's time to give it a whirl. The standing rib was delicous, I think I'll warm up some leftovers, now that I think about it, I'm hungry!
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Submitted by Radical1979 on Sun, 12/26/2010 - 12:21pm.
Submitted by Blonde on Sun, 12/26/2010 - 12:11pm.
Obviously, Blonde chick takes after me that way! I didn't see snow until I turned 18, and feel the same way. IOW, I don't think I'm missing anything by NOT having a white Christmas.
What I love about Alton is that he explains "stuff", and his explanations are always spot on. Oh yeah, bonus DVD included, in case you needed more enticement.
Submitted by motherbelt on Sun, 12/26/2010 - 12:07pm.
We were just at my son's in Florida, and my d-i-l's sister brought fresh eggs from her chickens...
Maybe it's because I'm not really an egg person, but I didn't see any difference in them and the ones from the store.
Or maybe it's just that knowing they come from your own makes a difference.
Submitted by ricklail on Sun, 12/26/2010 - 12:59pm.
I haven't had any since my teens. I can't really tell the difference either. I had eggs and grits for breakfast. When you mix them with the grits they taste like grits.
Submitted by Newsbubba on Sun, 12/26/2010 - 1:57pm.
I always thought of grits as just a catalyst. It doesn't do much by itself, but when you add it to other things, it explodes!
I would mix about a pound of the grits in a large serving bowl, drop in about five or six fried eggs, sunny side up with the crispy edges, a big slab of fried country ham, and a cup of redeye gravy. That was heaven!
Then some ,ah, soul invented cholesterol and I had to give it up! A couple of years ago, I decided that I didn't have much longer anyway, so back to the diet of my youth.
Grits with ANYTHING is wonderful. Grits and grunts, grits and eggs w/redeye gravy, grits and shrimp, grits and yellowtail, etc, etc, etc.
Someone needs to write a grits cooking book!
Submitted by Blonde on Sun, 12/26/2010 - 2:10pm.
A fine old Conch tradition.
For anyone wondering, grunts are small snapperlike fish, easily caught, and very tasty. Grits & grunts, are kind of like Ramen noodles in the Keys, if you're short on funds, that's what you eat.
Submitted by Newsbubba on Sun, 12/26/2010 - 3:39pm.
We tend to direct our funds toward the happier hour, and with Obama in office the whole nation may be eating grits and grunts!
Happy New year.
Submitted by Rukus on Sun, 12/26/2010 - 3:17pm.
Good stuff them there grits is, yum! : )
Submitted by Dave. on Sun, 12/26/2010 - 3:36pm.
...with lots of hot sauce this morning.
-And about four mugs of coffee.
That's the perfect breakfast when there is snow on the ground.
Submitted by Dave. on Sun, 12/26/2010 - 2:13pm.
We got well over 2" here yesterday.
LOL - Well, it took 46 years, but I finally experienced my first White Christmas.
Submitted by ricklail on Sun, 12/26/2010 - 5:42pm.
It didn't start here to this AM so no white Christmas. Like I told Blonde the kid in me loves it. Now if I had to work it may have been different. They consider us essential personnel so we have to be there not matter the weather . Since tomorrow is a holiday I can take it.
It is snowing again. The last time I measured on the back deck it was 2.5. My mom lives northwest of Charlotte. They got about 7 ".
It is a good thing the Navy doesn't operate on land. The WC said they had 8" around Newpot News and still more coming.
Submitted by NL207 on Sun, 12/26/2010 - 6:03pm.
Enjoy your heapin' helpin' of Global Warming.
Submitted by Maytag on Sun, 12/26/2010 - 11:20am.
Took short road trip to see grandkids Christmas day. 220 mile round trip.
Price of gas and diesel has allmost doubled since obama took over and nobody even mentions it. The networks would be screaming if Bush was in office. Even Fox barely mentions price per gallon.
It is only going to go higher , per obama wanting cost to gradually go up.
Submitted by ricklail on Sun, 12/26/2010 - 11:24am.
I filled up here on Thursday at 2.96. Went by the store yesterday and it was 3..09. I wondered that too why nobody is complaing. I thought Duh One was going to punish the evil oil companies.
Submitted by TruthMonger on Sun, 12/26/2010 - 4:02pm.
furthermore shouldn't our "war for oil" lower the price of gas??????!! where's our damn oil from Iraq jeepers anyway
Congratulations Jimmy Carter!
Submitted by ckc1227 on Sun, 12/26/2010 - 4:52pm.
Now the average price is about $3.00 per gallon. Clearly this means Obama is in the pocket of big oil. Right, Dems? Even worse, the price is rising during the winter. Usually it's the other way around. Hate to see what's going to happen in the summer.
Submitted by bkeyser on Sun, 12/26/2010 - 5:25pm.
I'm no economist, but it seems to me this is the result of cheap money. Though the MSM has been repeating the line from the Fed that inflation is low and being kept in check through monetary policy, food and oil have definitely been steadily creeping. But when I look at the anemic growth (final estimate for Q3 was 2.6%), steady and high unemployment numbers, housing yet to bottom, and other poor indicators of things to come, the stock market surge is the one true anomaly. And to my way of thinking, this is why oil futures are soaring -and hence gas prices.
Someone please correct me if I'm wrong, though.
This looks to me like another -excuse the pun- derivative on the monetary policies that led to the economic meltdown. Cheap money, easily moved around, creating a bubble; this bubble being the market. With the looming debt and pension crises, it doesn't seem like it'll take much to burst this one.
Submitted by NL207 on Sun, 12/26/2010 - 8:10pm.
The stock market is normally a leading indicator. A rising market means that investors are betting the economy will improve in the next year. This doesn't guarantee the economy will actually improve, it just means that a majority of the money is betting on recovery.
Oil : Obama and his thugs are doing everything they can to curtail domestic production, refining and exploration without the intervention of Congress. What you are watching is supply and demand at work. If you think things are bad now, wait and see what a "real recovery" brings. The only way we will turn this state of affairs around is to remove Obama from office and purge every last single bureaucrat, career or otherwise, who supports this policy. Fire them all.
Submitted by jon_torlin on Mon, 12/27/2010 - 1:39am.
The value of the dollar has dropped quite a bit in the last couple of years or so, last I heard it was at least 20% which does increase the "cost" of everything. That includes the price of oil especially since it's the Euro that it's being used to trade with, not the dollar anymore, unless that got changed recently.
I can't imagine it going back up any time soon because of how things are right now, in fact, I'd be surprised if it does stop devaluing, which apparently there's been no sign of it.
Submitted by Red Jeep on Sun, 12/26/2010 - 11:43am.
Probably cheaper in Kansas.
Submitted by ThisnThat on Sun, 12/26/2010 - 12:38pm.
That's from the AP -- they left out the word "invasive". If the AP was talking about a Republican anywhere in an article, they certainly wouldn't have left out the phrase "extreme", or "far-right", I'll bet.
I guess there are simply too many dometic terrorists (white grandmothers and families, according to obama's world) traveling the airlines these days. Subject them ALL to invasive pat-downs.
Submitted by jon_torlin on Mon, 12/27/2010 - 1:35am.
Guess what, we're going to get that same wonderful protection for us at shopping malls and hotels according to an article in Brietbart, linked from Drudge.
Lots of interesting comments on this one too.
What's shameful about this article is the mention of the underwear bomber-wanna-be but wasn't written in such a way that explains how he had security bypassed for him (which was recently revealed that he wasn't acting alone, big surprise there) coming in on a place from OVERSEAS.
The DHS is the Gestapo all right. One question brought up in the comments is that these places are considered private properties, so how would they come in to start touching people's junk in the Hotels? Answer: Because they will do it regardless if it's legal or not.
I used to do a lot of road travelling, especially into the bigger cities, which I suspect they will start exercising these illegal actions. They really are trying to impede our travel across the US, aren't they?
Submitted by ricklail on Sun, 12/26/2010 - 9:35pm.
The win by the Bengals today assured the Panthers the #1 draft pick. They need a QB like bad. Andrew Luck maybe. Will that tight wad Jerry Richardson be willing to pay him? They are going to try and get a new coach for cheap so that leave out Cowher. He would be the perfect match but Richardson would not be willing to pay the 6 mil a year he'd want. Gurden maybe?
It is going to be an interesting off season. i still feel deep down that Richardson is going to sell the team to an LA group. He had a ticker transplant and I don't know how much longer he will be around.
Go Panthers and take the Bobcats with you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Submitted by BEGRUNT on Sun, 12/26/2010 - 9:35pm.
Breaking on Drudge: "Jon Stewart, the Edward R. Murrow of our times"......WTF??? You have got to be kidding!!!!!! He is a "comedian" that reads other peoples words....good God People!!!!! If he is considered a "journalist"........then journalism is DEAD!! The brain dead speak!!
Submitted by miss911ninja on Mon, 12/27/2010 - 2:03am.
I bet Greg Gutfeld will have a lot of fun with that on Red Eye.
Something else to look forward to is the leftie hysteria over tonights's episode of Sarah Palin's Alaska. Sarah and Todd went to a logging camp and participating in cutting down a huge tree. The only question is, will the hysteria exceed the hysteria over the caribou hunting?
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