Stop Smoking. Try Vaping!

Click on the above graphic for more information on vaping hardware and the best ejuices on the market and also to purchase what you need. Remember, you purchase and I make some change. My wife loves when I make change!

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Feminists: The New Prudes

It seems Feminists wish to be the wardrobe Police

In the fall, actress Karen Gillan came under fire for her skimpy outfit in the upcoming Jumanji movie, in which she stars alongside Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, Jack Black and Kevin Hart. Now, Gillan is explaining why the outfit actually makes perfect sense.

When Johnson posted the first promotional image of the classic film reboot on social media in September, fans loved the outfits worn by the male cast—and especially Johnson’s tight-fitting shirt and khakis. They were less enthused by Gillan’s midriff-baring crop-top that showed off her physique. Her cargo shorts, they argued, exposed far too much of her legs.

Well, again we see that Feminists wish to empower women to make ONLY choices approved by Feminists. And, again, we see that a big issue here is that Feminists are afraid men will like the outfit. Feminists hate seeing men have fun

Feminists were outraged about how her character’s outfit catered to the “male gaze,” with some even calling it “sexist” and “outdated.” Perhaps they would have liked to measure the length of the exposed skin on her legs with a tape measure to determine if she was “decent.”

Just another example of how the Left is bound and determined to have control of everything everyone does.

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Hawaiians call Mark Zuckerberg ‘the face of neocolonialism’ over land lawsuits

Attorneys for Facebook’s CEO have filed suits against hundreds of Hawaiians centered around his 700-acre Kauai estate, alarming neighbors

Afew days after Christmas, Mark Zuckerberg shared a series of photographs of his family at their $100m, 700-acre property in Kauai. The Facebook CEO and his wife “fell in love with the community and the cloudy green mountains”, he wrote, and decided to “plant roots and join the community ourselves”.

Two days later, Zuckerberg’s lawyers filed lawsuits against hundreds of Hawaiians who may own an interest in small parcels within the boundaries of Zuckerberg’s estate. The “quiet title” suits, first reported by the Honolulu Star-Advertiser, are used to clarify the often complicated history of land ownership in Hawaii and can result in owners being forced to sell their land at auction. In some cases, defendants are even required to pay the legal fees of the plaintiff – in this case, the world’s fifth richest man.

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To say that he is rich and wants what he wants at any cost is the truth. So maybe some Hawaiian can disappear this jew?

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More Women’s March Moonbattery

The liberal media eagerly hopes there will be more spectacles like Saturday’s misnamed women’s marches. So do I. They will afford many opportunities to expose moonbattery.

Provided their attention span permits them to keep their tantrums going (and George Soros keeps the money flowing), moonbats will provide us with endless entertainment in the years ahead.

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Liberals React to President Trump Inauguration

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Protect Your Willie

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Get With the Program Ireland

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This Guy is Funny!

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What Pisses Me Off About The Anti-Trump Riots

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Who Put the Hole in the Donut?

Football and a rags-to-riches story—perhaps the only things that America loves more than donuts. But the delectable rings of sugar and dough didn’t always appear in their now-ubiquitous circular form. So where did the donut’s shape (and its signature hole) come from? The curious story involves a boastful sea captain, a Massachusetts Native American with unparalleled aim, and a national debate. With the help of food historian Michael Krondl, we get to the center of this deep-fried mystery.

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