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    How to Mess With Mike Bloomberg’s Head

    In a recent Facebook post, Democratic presidential contender Michael Bloomberg touted how he’s going to dump Trump in November. So just for kicks and grins, I responded with a comment:

     

    “Get many visitors that far from planet earth?”

     

    Shortly thereafter I received this response from “Mike Bloomberg via Facebook Messenger:

     

    Thanks for responding. We’ll be launching a Messenger experience for Mike’s presidential campaign in the coming days to engage with and hear from as many voters as possible in this vitally important election.

     

    Well, shoot. Who can resist that?

     

    That launched an interesting conversation. Here’s how it went down. “Mike Bloomberg’s” comments are in italics. Mine are in bold. (Is this fun, or what?)

     

    Riddle me this Batman: Trump 2020!!

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    ,up (sic) up for answering a few quick questions to help Mike’s campaign? (Well. Who can resist that again?)

     

    Like how he thinks he’s going to buy the election? 

     

    “Mike Bloomberg” responded with a wave. And asked, “Have you decided which presidential candidate you’ll vote for?” Answers were multiple choice. I said:

     

    I’m committed.

     

    Got it. If you’re willing to share, which candidate are you supporting?

     

    Donald J. Trump

     

    Got it. Up for answering a few questions? We’re interested in understanding the views of all voters.

     

     

    Like how he still thinks he’s gonna buy the election?

     

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    Hi There!

    Hi there!. (sic) At this stage, how committed are you to voting for Donald Trump in November?

     

    Absolutely certain.

     

    And how do you identify politically?

     

    Independent.

     

    Got it. Just curious – did you vote for Obama?

     

    You’re kidding right?

     

    Sorry,. (sic) I can’t tell what you mean. Did you vote for Obama?

     

    Bot much?

     

    I am a Conversational Al, helping Mike’s campaign engage with and hear from as many voters as possible. Did you vote for Obama?

     

    How is this relevant?

     

    Please Share!

    Thanks! Last question for now. What part of this great country are you proud to call home? (Please share your zip code.)

     

    2nd star to the right and straight on till morning

     

    Sorry, I didn’t quite get that. We were looking for a five-digit U.S. zip code.

     

    HaHa1

     

    Sorry, I don’t know what you mean. We were looking for a five-digit U.S. zip code.

     

    Twinkle, twinkle little star

     

    Okay, thanks for sharing your views! This great country is even better when we can have these kinds of exchanges!

    If there’s anything else you’d like us to know about why you plan to vote to re-elect President Trump feel free to share. (Hit “done” when finished.)

     

    The short list:

     

    Booming economy. Constitutional fidelity. 1st and 2nd Amendment champion. Pro life and religious freedom, finally. Solid judicial appointments. National security. Protects Americans. Tough on trade, especially China. Promotes capitalism, not socialism. Not willing to destroy U.S. economy for “climate change.” Rebuilt military after Obama destroyed it. Rolled back Era of Big Government under BHO. Promotes school choice. Not beholden to unions. Exposed puerile pettiness and elitism of Do-Nothing Democrats, especially Pelosi, Nadler, Schiff and Schumer as the Party of Hate. 

     

    Why would anyone with half a brain vote otherwise?

    Done.

     

    I should’ve added Terrifies Democrats. Like this guy:

     

    “Conversational Al” wrapped up with: Okay, I’ve added that to your note, and the option to hit Done.

     

    Just in case you thought you were actually engaging with a real person, I removed all doubt. By hitting Done three times. And whaddya know, got the same exact bot response each time: Thanks,! Take care!”

     

    How can this outfit expect to run a country when they can’t even punctuate properly?

    If Someone Wanted To…

    Now. If someone wanted to mess with Mike’s head, they might suggest you jump onto Bloomberg’s Facebook page. Drop a comment. Wait for Conversational Al or some other bot to contact you via Messenger. And flood “Al” with Keep America Great messaging.

     

    Yep. Someone just might suggest that…

     

    Screenshots of the gist of my Messenger conversation with “Mikey B.”:

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

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    Top 5 Local Restaurants to Take Your Honey for Valentine’s Day (Plus 1 Grand Champion)

    Fellas, you might want to tune in. In fact, now would be good. Cuz this one’s for you.

    In case you forgot, there’s a special day coming up tomorrow. I’m savin’ you some serious Domestic Dog House time here with the five best special occasion restaurants in Grays Harbor.

    If you’re looking to take that special someonette out to a nice place this Valentine’s Day so’s you don’t wind up looking like a shmuck, listen up. Here are my totally unscientific, purely subjective top five. Plus a Grand Champion.

    You can thank me later.

    The Salmon House – Quinault

    Perched on the south shore of Lake Quinault, The Salmon House wins best local restaurant honors, hands down. Whether it’s fresh salmon, a sizzling New York steak, to-die-for views of the lake or friendly, efficient service, the Salmon House has been hitting that target since the 1960s.

    The restaurant is part of the Rain Forest Resort Village. Its parking lot is small, so arrive early. Ask for a table in the back near the fireplace.

    Tip: Dilled salmon.

    517 South Shore Road, Quinault.

    Open nightly from 4:00 to 9:00 p.m.

    T: 360-288-2535.

    Find out more here. By Yours Truly.

    Amore – Aberdeen

    If you like authentic Italian cuisine – and who doesn’t? – this is the place. Quaint, with a Mediterranean ambience, this “hole-in-the-wall” in downtown Aberdeen is well worth the look-see.

    Tip: Veal Marsala. Their tiramisu is to-die-for.

    116 West Heron Street, Aberdeen

    T: 360-533-244

    Open at 11:30 a.m. daily.

    Westport Winery – Aberdeen (on the way to Westport)

    Westport Winery carrot cake!

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    Opened in 2008, this place is just fun. It has a gift store, nursery, sculptures, golf, and tours. You can even bring Fido, because it includes a dog park. With its blazing fireplace and rustic décor, this restaurant is warm, the site picturesque. Good food at reasonable prices in a unique, relaxing setting.

    Tip: Benedictine Quiche.

     

    Open daily for lunch from 11am to 4pm. The restaurant is open for dinner on Friday and Saturday from 4pm to 8pm. The bakery is open daily at 11am.

    1 S. Arbor Road, Aberdeen

    T: (360) 648-2224

    Find out more here.

    Tokeland Hotel – Tokeland

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    If the Tokeland Hotel looks a little long in the tooth, that’s because it is. In fact, it’s “the oldest resort hotel in Washington.” I must confess that I was still hungry after finishing lunch here awhile back. I’m including it because it’s historic, overlooks the Willapa Bay and the Pacific Ocean, and evinces a certain rustic charm. But you may want to bring a snack.

    Tip: Cranberry pot roast.

    100 Hotel Road, Tokeland

    360.267.7006

    Wednesday & Thursday 8 am to 2 pm
    Friday & Saturday 8 am to 8 pm
    Sunday 8 am to 6 pm

    For the cheapskates among us: Al’s Humdinger – Hoquiam.

    If you’re in “grab ‘no go,” casual mode, check out Humdinger’s. Nothing fancy. Just good food at reasonable prices. No indoor seating and a postage-stamp sized parking lot. We like to fly through here on our way out to the beach.

    Grab your order, zip on over to the Grays Harbor National Wildlife Refuge. If it’s raining, munch lunch or whatever in your car and watch the gray herons or water fowl. If the weather is fine, amble on out to the Sandpiper Trail. Find a bench and enjoy the beach while you eat. A nice place to catch a sun set on the water.

    Tip: Deluxe cheeseburger + large onion rings with extra fry sauce.

    Hum-Dinger
    104 Lincoln St.
    Hoquiam, WA 98550
    360-533-2754

    Hours: 10:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m., daily

    Find out more here. By Yours Truly.

     

    The Winner and Grand Champion:

    National Park Inn, Longmire. Mount Rainier National Park.

    Yes, it’s a haul. And yes, it’s worth it. Cuz it just doesn’t get any better than dinner for two at the foot of The Most Majestic Mountain in the World.

    I mean, hey.  Where else can you get Bourbon Buffalo Meatloaf, Home-Style Pot Roast, or Cedar Plank Red Trout and take in jaw-dropping views of the Mountain at the same time?

    Tip: Blackberry cobbler a la mode. Get there early enough to allow yourself a quick visit to Paradise and Jackson Visitor’s Center. Just up the road. ‘Fize you, I’d bring a sweater this time of year. Maybe several.

    Note: All vehicles are required to carry chains inside the park at all time during winter season, November 1 – May 1. ATV and 4WD vehicles are not exempt. The Longmire – Paradise Road is the only road in the park that’s open and snow plowed regularly in winter. Don’t say I didn’t warn you.

     

    Lunch – 11:30 am – 4:30 pm
    Dinner – 5 – 7 pm (Sunday through Thursday)
    Dinner – 5 – 8 pm (Friday & Saturday)

    Operated by Mount Rainier Guest Services: Phone 360.569.2275 or 855.755.2275
    Fax 360.569.2770

     

    By the way. It’s later. Just sayin’. 🙂

     

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    Watch “The Gun Laws of Washington State”

    What part of “shall not be infringed” a la the Second Amendment and “shall not be impaired” a la the Washington State Constitution do politicians in Olympia not understand?

    This video by Wes Cormier for State Senate (R-19th) provides a brief, cogent rundown of bills in the state legislature that do both.

    Kinda makes you wonder what they’re reading and governing by in Olympia, huh?

    Or are we now playing Let’s Make It Up As We Go Along? Aka in Leftyville as “Tuesday.” And Wenesday. And Thursday. Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday.

    Less than a minute:

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    “You’re Fired!”

    Quick! What two-word phrase is most commonly associated with Donald Trump, pre-presidency?

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    Yeah. That.

    So why are Leftistas in a lather over Trump’s Friday firings of these shills for the Democrat Lead Balloon of the Century?

    The Vindman brothers – which sounds like an off, off-Broadway warm-up act for a warm-up act – were members of the National Security Council. Gordon Sondland was an ambassador to the European Union.

    Not that anyone really noticed until the House impeachment charade. Cuz they seemed to think their day job was Impeachment Witness for the Schiff Show.

    Talk about “useful idiots.” There’s a reason Democrats called Alexander V. and Gordon as “witnesses.” (How long until Dems nominate them for Martyrs of the Decade? Soon as Nancy Pelosi dredges up another tube of Fixodent?)

    Love him or hate him, Donald Trump isn’t a “sit down and shut up” kinda guy. Especially after the non-stop three-ring circus and full-court hate press Dems have been running around him for the past three-plus years.

    So of course he’s going to clean house, post-acquittal. What did you expect Leftistas, a bouquet?

    Get real.

    These guys served at the pleasure of the president. He can fire them any time he wants. Besides. What boss in their right mind would keep back-stabbing Judases on the payroll?

    Would you?

    Well, okay. Maybe this guy would:

    But that’s another story.

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    Conservelocity Turns Ten!

     

    It may seem hard to believe, but Conservelocity turned ten years old this week. The occasion was overshadowed by events on the national scene. But we’re officially a decade old, having cranked out our first post on February 5, 2010. So we’re adding a candle on the virtual birthday cake today:

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    Grab a plate and a fork! Plenty for everyone!

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    Some of you may recall that this blog was first launched as Lady Libertee. But we wanted something more original, with a little more panache. So we switched to Conservelocity.

     

    We’ve covered a lot of ground since February 5, 2010. Made new friends. Lost others. Weighed in on everything from local, state, and federal politics to creating and handing out award Braying Jackass and Soaring Eagle awards. We’ve hosted numerous guest authors and commentators. We’ve reported on county commission doin’s for 3.5 years, beginning when the Grays Harbor County Commissioners consisted of Frank Gordon, Herb Welch, and Wes Cormier. Lots more.

     

    Is Conservelocity the oldest continuously publishing political-ish blog in Grays Harbor? Not sure. But at ten years old, we’re certainly in the running.

     

    Others have come and gone. We’re still here.

     

    So. Happy Birthday to Us! And many, many thanks to our loyal readers and subscribers!

     

     

     

     

    Image credit: Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported license. By Rob Irgendwer.

     

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    About That Trump ‘Victory Lap’…

    Are you sick to death of being lectured about “civility” in public discourse by some of the most vicious, boorish, and vindictive people on planet (Hi, Nancy the Ripper)? Tired of being told to sit down and shut up if you dare to voice an original thought not approved by the Collective? Plastered with “-ist” and “-obe” labels if you refuse to march lock step with The Hive or – gasp! – point out the failed policies of the Left (which are pretty much all of them)?

     

    Donald Trump isn’t.

     

    Love him or hate him, one thing Donald Trump isn’t is a coward. Or a wuss. It’s one reason the usual suspects go apoplectic every time he eats their lunch.

     

    Trump does something that routinely causes Lefty heads to explode: He fights back. It drives Praying Nancy & Co. nuts. They don’t know what to do with a Republican who has some spine.

     

    For decades, Republicans would just lie down and roll over whenever savaged or attacked by Democrats. Trump broke that mold. Upset the apple cart. Rattled Democrat cages.

     

    And Democrats can’t stand it.

     

    Indeed, Democrats are so used to Republicans running up the white flag at the slightest whiff of a rumble, they don’t know what to do with a New York street fighter type who can throw a rhetorical punch as well as he can take one. And yank their chains in the process.

     

    They especially don’t know what to do when Deporables all over the country, sick of being told to sit down and shut up, aren’t sitting down and shutting up anymore. Some are even waking up and realizing that We The People means me. And that government answers to them.

     

    It’s got Democrats scared spitless.

     

    So Trump’s post-acquittal “victory lap” on Thursday shouldn’t surprise anyone. (Except maybe Jerry Nadler. Or Sleepy Joe. But that’s another story.)

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    After years of lies, false accusations, fabrications and non-stop, full-court persecution, what’d Nance & Pals expect from The Donald, a bouquet of roses?

     

    Granted, Trump is no choir boy. He routinely colors outside the Republican box. As soon as Dems think they’ve got Trump hemmed in, he has the unmitigated gall to kick the door down. And come out swinging.

     

    It’s a big shock to a party that’s used to running rough shod over anyone who gets in their way. And has made spewing vindictiveness and  venom its favorite indoor sport while lecturing the rest of us about “civility.”

     

    Democrats don’t know what to do with Trump. They can’t figure him out. And that’s what they’re really peeved about. That, and the fact that he’s awakened a sleeping giant.

     

     

    You bet Trump’s taking a victory lap. Finally.

     

    Remember in November.

     

     

     

     

    Victory lap image credit: Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 2.0 Generic. By Austin Dillon.

     

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    What’s Next for Mitt?

    Why did Benedict Romney vote with Democrats on impeachment? Did he sleep through the hearings? Play Suduku during the trial? Or is he still peeved that all his groveling for a Secretary of State appointment didn’t pay off? And what’s next for Mitt?

    Romney’s latest weaseling shouldn’t surprise anyone. The guy’s a serial flip flopper. See 14 Bald-Faced Mitt Romney Flip Flops That Were Dug Up by John McCain. From 2012.

    Can you say, “Fire sale”? Image credit: Cafepress

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    Real Republicans and conservatives are fuming.

    For example, Turning Point USA’s Charlie Kirk tweeted, “Did you know: Mitt Romney will be the only Senator in US history to vote to convict a president in his own party. He should be ashamed of himself. RT if the GOP should move to expel him from the Republican Party.”

     

    Any “Republican” who’s drawing praise from Richard Blumenthal needs to turn in his R card.

    Meanwhile, a recent poll shows that President Trump is more popular in Utah than Senator Turncoat.

    Oopsie.

    Frankly, I don’t care much about the “Why” behind Romney’s vote. What’s done is done. But I do care about consequences.

    So I’ve got a better idea. Rather than expelling Pierre Delecto from the Republican Party, send him to detention with Patty Murray. Or Chuck Schumer, where Romney can further perfect his boot-licking skills.

    Maybe he can page for Adam Schiff in his spare time? Or Derek Puddin’head Kilmer.

    Utah, you need to get a new senator. Fast.

     

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