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   FlatCityGirl  I keep seeing reference made to the fall elections being called off by the Mulatto Muslim, and martial law being imposed. That thought has been out there since 0bama’s first election: there are those who think he plans to declare himself dictator for life, and people are coupling it to things like the mass murder by the Muslim terrorist in Orlando, and the school shootings, etc., and talking about “False Flags,” which I admit, I do not understand.

If I had seen references like that eight or nine years ago, I would have told the poster to either get his tin foil hat adjusted, or up his meds. One of the other. Maybe both.

This day and age, I’m not so sure. I feel quite certain that the Mulatto does not want to give up the Spite House; he’s no where near through ruining the country. He hasn’t brought us completely to our knees yet, so he still has work to do.

There was an article a day or so back about all of the government agencies that are now “militarized” –armed to the gunnels. I remember several years ago when it was made public that the IRS had just purchased an outrageous number of new Remington shotguns. We hear all the time about the ammo that the government is buying up.

Does anyone have any thoughts about this. I don’t know how 0bama would think he could get away with it. On the other hand, look at what he’s done to our military. It’s completely homosexualized and feminized. Any top commanders we had left after Clinton’s purge, are now gone in the 0bama Purge.

I think I’ll go now and make an appointment with the Tin Foil Hat Adjuster . . .
18 hours ago .

   Tulsa  Wan2! Found my notes several pages back.

If you have ABP and you have Easy List, just place your cursor On any ad at Luciannne and right click. When the box comes up click Adblock 'image'. Then another box comes up that is pre checked, click 'add' to lists and the ad should be gone. Repeat on each ad. If you have bars left under ads, place cursor on bar, right click and select the bottom line that says 'adblock bar'. And add to list.

Pls forgive placing this info on main page. Poster needed help and all the info on blocking ads is here. Mildred has info on blocking ads in IE and my info is for Firefox.
Monday at 10:30 EST .

   Tulsa  scroll down, click 'view all 17 comments' to find instructions from Mildred for IE.
Monday at 10:31 EST .

   MeiDei  Clarion call here for the fellow from Belgium and Zurich Mike to respond to the Brexit post further down this page & before it gets lost.
June 25 at 10:31 EST .

   Tulsa  MeiDei, there may not only be a time difference, but a day difference. This just occurred to me so I thought I'd mention it to you.
June 25 at 12:01 EST .

   MeiDei  Right Tulsa, they're about 6-7 hours ahead of us, good point + they may not check in often. Here's hoping they do.
June 25 at 12:31 EST .

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   HopeandGlory  Hello Mei . . . The fellow from Belgiums name is Wetenschapper.
June 26 at 12:28 EST .

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   Mildred  Tulsa: HELP. I've had more ads on Lucianne in IE 11 and can't find that panel with the 'debugger' tab. I had problems getting on the internet this morning and when it started working, the ads appeared again. I tried everything I know how to do to get that tab so if you have any 'magic' clicks, I would really appreciate it.
June 24 at 10:50 EST .

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   Tulsa  I tried to look below to see if I could find your notes. I remember you said you clicked 'debugger'. Try placing your cursor on any ad and right clicking and see if that screen comes on up on the bottom half of the page. See if after clicking debugger, right click again on any ad and see if you get a drop down screen with options.

I just can not remember what the options were but it's pretty much common sense. There are only 4 or so choices, so you can try them all until you hit pay dirt and then do each ad. I'll say a prayer for you.

Also try the ABP icon and see if there are options there in IE....but if I remember correctly there were none. I just don't understand IE 11.

Please consider going to Firefox and save yourself!

I'm in Firefox, but was never rid of the ads in IE ll.
June 25 at 00:14 EST .

   Tulsa  Ok. Right click on any ad and you should get a box and one options is 'Inspect Element (Q ) that and you get the bottom screen full of code and 'debugger' is one of those.

I don't know what to do after that in IE, but hopefully it will come back to you. If it does...make notes, so you'll have them if it happens again.

I don't know what I'd do without notes! Oh I pray this works for you, Mildred. Will check tomorrow.
June 25 at 00:20 EST .

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   StormCnter  I abandoned IE for doing much of anything because it crashed so frequently. I have Chrome, Opera and Firefox, too. I use Firefox for with ADP and have no ads.
Mildred, is it possible you have picked up an intruder? There are good free programs for detecting and removing that sort of thing. LDotter KenM tipped me to a couple that I hadn't known about.
June 25 at 06:27 EST .

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   Tulsa  Good Morning, StormCnter. I came by to see if Mildred was successful, big help that I was last night (not ).

Pls share tips KenM gave you. I know about Malwarebytes and Spybot Search and Destroy. Thank you.

Mildred, 'send word', as our people say.
June 25 at 08:54 EST .

   StormCnter  And good morning right back.
A few months ago, I had strange things going on in my computer and couldn't find the reason. Nothing worked to clear it up. Ken sent a list of programs he had found helpful and had thoroughly checked out:

I already had CCleaner, so chose Malwarebytes from his list, installed it, ran it, allowed it to delete the problems it found, and then my own computer mess was cleared up.

I have Malwarebytes set to run nightly on my computer now. I run CCleaner and Spybot manually when I think about it.

All is running well now. It's good to have L-Dotter friends who know more than we do. [grin]
June 25 at 09:11 EST .

   Mildred  Finally got back on Lucianne this morning--it's only 6:30 am here! I tried all the right clicking before I commented and nothing worked. I tried different settings also. When I filter by Easy List the only thing I get when I right click is the usual Windows list--copy, print, etc. When I had the other problem a few weeks back I cleaned up files I don't usually use and forgot I had deleted Malwarebytes. I'll try that this morning. Maybe that's the file I need. I'll get back to you later, after some breakfast and coffee! I did use CCleaner but that didn't help although I'll also try that this morning and clear the registry. Thanks for caring so much and getting back to me so quickly.
June 25 at 09:51 EST .

   StormCnter  CCleaner is useful, but it mostly just clears out the clutter. So, it serves a different purpose than the programs that search out aliens.
June 25 at 10:41 EST .

   Tulsa  Thank you Storm C for the info.

...and Mildred so glad you're at least back at Lucianne.

I know you are attached to IE, but you could eliminate all this heartache by switching to Firefox. The only time I use IE is when I need to print a document..a bank stmt for instance. IE is not even close to the security offered in Firefox. ...and no I don't own stock in Firefox. I truly hate to see you having these problems repeatedly.

StormC is correct CCleaner will not remove a virus. Run Malwarebytes.

And to find that screen with debugger in the tool bar last night I was in Firefox and right clicked on a faint list of numbers where the ads used to be at Lucianne. I think? you may right click on blank space. Then a box comes up and click on 'Inspect Element (Q )'...then you'll see jibberish code and that tool bar with debugger on the bottom half of the page. Try to take it from there.

I'll check back.
June 25 at 11:19 EST .

   Mildred  Tulsa and StormCnter: Thanks so much. My free trial of Malwarebytes has expired and I'm 'frugal' so decided to try anything else that is free first. (I only have one computer and all the offers usually include multiple computers. ) I then installed Spybot. Ran the search and destroy--all okay. Cleaned the cookies and temp files, etc. It was a busy morning. Finally I decided to check the right click on ads that Tulsa has been telling me about. I can't believe it but I found the Inspect Element near the bottom of the list and clicked on that. How stupid could I have been!!! There was the debugger. After clicking on debugger, I clicked on the red button that had a '5' (that's how many ads I had ) and I'm ad free. Tulsa, I am writing those notes down so I won't forget. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Lucianne friends are the best. Have a great weekend.

P.S. I have Firebox installed and find it is so much faster than IE and use it for quick searches. I've used IE for so many years, it's hard to change at this age.
June 25 at 11:35 EST .

   Tulsa  I'm jumping for joy. Good for you.

First Malwarebytes has a free edition. Once the trial addition expires you don't buy the premium, you update the definitions I think and carry on. Just don't click buy or try premium anything else and you'll be fine'll revert to the free addition.

If you plan to install Malwarebytes again, do not, repeat Not, try the premium addition...skip to the free addition. You'll have to look carefully and not bubble or unbubble premium addition and install the trial addition from the beginning. Then you update the definitions before you use it.

I don't like change either, but you will find you don't get bugs in Firefox like you do in IE. You won't lose ABP and get ads. It will not let you make mistakes. It warns you about sites and software so you have to think twice and you avoid problems.

It's hard to help like this. I can't show you screen shots, but we can take this to the computer/tech wall and I'll help all I can with questions about Firefox. That little hamburger icon has all the goodies in it.

And isn't it amazing you just saw the 'right click on ads'. I find if I read instructions several times I get it...sometimes. lol. In person conversations are so much easier especially if I can show you on a pc screen.

This isn't easy, but you have done beautifully.

Be advised I am not a tech in any sense of the word.

Praise the Lord Jesus for helping Mildred.
June 25 at 12:18 EST .

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   Gram77  Wow, where are all of you with reference to the news out of England?
June 24 at 10:00 EST .

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   FlatCityGirl  I'm still reading and filtering the news. Getting out now may serve to stem the tide somewhat, but . . . the country is over-run with Muslims who are determined to turn the little island into a Muslim Stronghold. They've got a good start. London now has a Muslim mayor who is already imposing Islamic law.

While England Slept. Did anyone ever read that book?

History is repeating itself at a marathon pace.
June 24 at 11:33 EST .

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   Daisymay  WHO in London thought it was a good idea to vote in a Muslim Mayor? Yikes! I can see why they wanted out of the EU before they were forced to admit thousands of Refugees, but you would then have thought they would be smarter than to vote in a Muslim Mayor. Go figure!
June 24 at 11:45 EST .

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   FlatCityGirl  I expect a Muslim population majority in London is why they now have a Muslim mayor.

Hamtramck, Michigan is majority Muslim and has elected a Muslim city Council.


In Dearborn, Michigan, the Muslims sued the Christian churches to get the Church Bells that tolled during the day, silenced. But five times a day, the Muslim call to prayer is broadcast over loud speakers all over town.

The federal government --the Mulatto and his henchmen, are importing Muslims by the thousands and "sneaking" them into cities all over the nation.

Amarillo, Texas has hoards of Syrians. One just took the manager of a WalMart hostage and was killed by Amarillo's SWAT. Almost all reference to the incident has been scrubbed from the news.

How many other "incidents" are happening all over that we never hear about.

Twin Falls, Idaho.

Have you read the articles posted here in this main page concerning that "incident"?

Islam is not a religion of peace, and Muslims are more dangerous than a cast iron skillet full of rattlesnakes!
June 24 at 12:01 EST .

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   HopeandGlory  Hello Gram . . . my whole family voted to . . . "BREXIT"
June 24 at 13:10 EST .

   HopeandGlory  . . . and I agree with them . . . SMILE!!!
June 24 at 13:13 EST .

   StormCnter  I hoped for this vote result. It will be good for GB and good for the US. Markets will rebound. Scotland may be close behind with a vote to get out of the Empire.
June 24 at 13:53 EST .

   MeiDei  I'd like to hear from our too infrequent poster from Belgium and his take on how Brussels is responding. Also Zurich Mike's opinion would be interesting.
June 25 at 09:31 EST .

some good old fashioned common sense.
June 23 at 11:03 EST .

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   FlatCityGirl  FTA: The directive has prompted outcry from many state governors and others, with Texas leading ten other states in a lawsuit against the federal government over the directive.

Why only ten states? I would think that a lot more states should be against 0bastard's "directive" than ten.

The article says it's a letter --a "non-binding directive" the Mulatto sent, threatening to withhold federal funding from the states.

Did anyone in authority understand that he can't just withhold funding on his own hook? Something like that would have to go through the House and the Senate. Well . . .given the House and the Senate, maybe not. Ryan and McConnell might just green-light it without debate or vote.
June 23 at 11:58 EST .

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   Gram77  I caught the very end of this problem on TV. Since I hesitate to speak about politics based on so many wise folks at this site, I THINK I heard that Obama absolutely could not do anything about this problem without Congress and that's that. Hopefully I heard that much and got it correct.
June 23 at 12:15 EST .

   FlatCityGirl  You are correct, Gram. But that's not likely to stop the Mulatto.

The Supreme Court deadlocked today, effectively putting th4e Mulatto's "Immigration plan" out of action. Stopping it.

However, that isn't likely to stop him, as illegals continue to stream across the Southern Border twenty four hours a day, and potential terrorists continue to land and deplane at our international airports on a daily basis, and he has tied the hands of law enforcement --the INC, ICE, Border Patrol, et al.

The Mulatto has been acting unilaterally since the day he took office. He just gives the nation the middle finger and keeps on trucking.
June 23 at 12:41 EST .

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   Daisymay  So happy to see there are still sensible people left in this Country. If my children were still school age, I would be one of those Moms marching on the School Board if they decided it was okay to have Boys in the Girl's Rest Rooms. Board of Ed members can be fired by the Voters. This Board in Kansas seems to be a good example for the rest of the country. Put the safety of your students before the wishes of Obama. I wonder how he would feel if his girls were to be confronted by a Burly Man in a Rest Room. Oh, that's right, they will most likely have SS protection for the rest of their lives! Easy to make rules for others that won't affect your life or that of your family!
June 23 at 16:48 EST .

   FlatCityGirl  The Twin Falls, Idaho police department, the City Council and the prosecutors have twisted themselves into knots denying and clarifying this story.

This is another update/follow up on a story posted further down this page:

Headline: UPDATED: Story of Syrian refugees raping Idaho girl is wrong, prosecutor says

Authorities are denying reports that Syrians gang-raped a child at knife-point in a Twin Falls apartment complex earlier this month, saying the false claims are being spread to incite anti-refugee sentiments.


According to those officials, three boys were involved, ages 7, 10 and 14, and the alleged victim was a 5-year-old girl. The boys are from Sudan and Iraq; none are Syrian.


So . . . other than the nationality of the rapists [or molesters], the story is true?

Apparently the "children" videoed the incident with their cell phones.
June 22 at 16:35 EST .

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Post #6 explains everything.
June 22 at 19:02 EST .

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   MeiDei  Feel good story - FL woman w/gun
June 21 at 20:09 EST .

   FlatCityGirl  You have to ask yourself, was the guy drunk?

She needs a bigger caliber gun.
June 21 at 20:38 EST .

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   WAN2  OR...she could have called Loretta Lynch...
June 22 at 09:31 EST .

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   Msliberty1937  Wow!! Quick response! Thanks to you both. I will clean up my language from now on...not my thoughts, just my language.
June 21 at 17:41 EST .

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   Msliberty1937  I have a question about what is considered inappropriate language when commenting on the Home Page. From what I have seen lately there are some extremely nasty, vulgar and suggestive remarks that seem to get through. Yet, yesterday, I was prevented from posting a comment because of "bad words.' The word in question was a three-letter one beginning with "a" (for backside, behind, posterior ) followed by two "$$." I've been coming here for years and have always been respectful in my posts so was really surprised to have my brilliant comment rejected. (A joke, folks )
Can anyone help me out? Thanks
June 21 at 16:24 EST .

   StormCnter  Msliberty, the server's list of banned words is not the same as what might be appropriate on the threads. The message you got would have popped up for any number of words in everyday use that many don't consider "bad". Next time, just use an asterisk or two and your comment will go through without the finger-waving message.
June 21 at 16:29 EST .

   FlatCityGirl  Yes, Msliberty, there have been some veeeeeery saloon-like posts lately that have escaped the notice of the Taste Police.
June 21 at 17:10 EST .

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