Palin’s ‘Gotcha’ Question: ‘What Have You Seen Today?’

Ambushed by the media again
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Yesterday Sarah Palin blathered that she was ambushed by the “lamestream media” and their “gotcha questions” about Paul Revere. Today David Frum has discovered the outrageous ambush question that threw Palin for such a loop:

“What have you seen so far today, and what are you going to take away from your visit?”

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138 comments

1 abolitionist  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 11:25:15am

The horror! The horror!

2 shutdown  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 11:25:33am

“Take away” implies that the media think Palin is a thief. Ergo, a “gotcha” question which flustered her to the point that she turned Revere into a British mole.

3 Bulworth  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 11:25:39am

But if she supposedly got it “right” in the word-salad she offered up in response to this question, then why was it a “gotcha question”?

4 Vicious Babushka  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 11:26:09am

All of them!

5 ProBosniaLiberal  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 11:26:18am

Off topic, but we have an attempt at a stupid law in Massachusetts.

Mass. Town Seeks To Outlaw Dating And Sex

6 Charles Johnson  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 11:26:29am

re: #3 Bulworth

But if she supposedly got it “right” in the word-salad she offered up in response to this question, then why was it a “gotcha question”?

It’s useless to try to find logic in any of this.

7 Bulworth  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 11:27:01am
“What have you seen so far today, and what are you going to take away from your visit?”

Liberal bias! The lamestream media never asked Barack Hussein Osama-Obama such tricky questions.

8 Interesting Times  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 11:27:27am

Heh:

AlbertBrooks Albert Brooks
by MarjorieMoon
BREAKING NEWS: Palin changes story. Now says Paul Revere was warning the Yiddish.
9 shutdown  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 11:27:50am

re: #5 ProLifeLiberal

Off topic, but we have an attempt at a stupid law in Massachusetts.

Mass. Town Seeks To Outlaw Dating And Sex

Rephrasing the bill: “I am an egregious asshole with self-control issues and my wife is a bitter shrew. Therefore I will now proceed to make the rest of you miserable.”

10 shutdown  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 11:28:39am

re: #6 Charles

It’s useless to try to find logic in any of this.

From the GOP perspective, logic is the last refuge of tiny minds.

11 Summer Seale  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 11:28:41am

Hi everyone, Sarah here!

I just want to mention again that it’s so obvious that it was a Gotcha! question, wasn’t it? The lamestream media really is out to get me. They’re such a sneaky bunch of liberals, aren’t they?

You Betcha!

You know, sometimes I remember that I have to be more careful when I’m being stalked by them, kinda like the way wolves stalk me when I’m out hunting in Alass-ka and enjoy God’s white earth, because I might say stuff they think I’ll regret when it really was the truth all along, wasn’t it? That’s the way it is with them!

But, I’ll refudiate their claims every time because I really do know my American history about how these great countries started and created a modern day America under the flag and under the Bible, which is what the foundational founders always wanted.

Anyway, I am so happy that so many people agree with me and that history was even re-written to finally include the truth about how Paul Revere rode for our second amendment rights and for fighting the British which we should never forget we did or continue doing until this day! Because we all know that Kenya was a British place, don’t we?

You Betcha!

God bless and see you all soon!

Sarah.

12 elizajane  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 11:28:46am

If she’d only answered “I saw a pink unicorn, and I’ve learned that there’s no place like home,” she’d have been golden.

13 jamesfirecat  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 11:28:48am

re: #8 publicityStunted

Heh:

Oi Vey.

14 shutdown  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 11:29:32am

re: #11 Summer

Are you implying that Palin will soon start shooting at reporters from a helicopter?

15 shutdown  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 11:30:18am

re: #12 elizajane

If she’d only answered “I saw a pink unicorn, and I’ve learned that there’s no place like home,” she’d have been golden.

Basically, that is precisely what she said.

16 darthstar  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 11:30:26am

re: #12 elizajane

If she’d only answered “I saw a pink unicorn, and I’ve learned that there’s no place like home,” she’d have been golden.

If she’d just let her daughter answer the question she would have been better off, and the kid probably wouldn’t have thrown together a word salad about Paul Revere, shots, bells and the second amendment.

17 simoom  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 11:30:56am

NYT: A Warming Planet Struggles to Feed Itself

Now, the latest scientific research suggests that a previously discounted factor is helping to destabilize the food system: climate change.

Many of the failed harvests of the past decade were a consequence of weather disasters, like floods in the United States, drought in Australia and blistering heat waves in Europe and Russia. Scientists believe some, though not all, of those events were caused or worsened by human-induced global warming.

Temperatures are rising rapidly during the growing season in some of the most important agricultural countries, and a paper published several weeks ago found that this had shaved several percentage points off potential yields, adding to the price gyrations.

A scramble is on to figure out whether climate science has been too sanguine about the risks. Some researchers, analyzing computer forecasts that are used to advise governments on future crop prospects, are pointing out what they consider to be gaping holes. These include a failure to consider the effects of extreme weather, like the floods and the heat waves that are increasing as the earth warms.

A rising unease about the future of the world’s food supply came through during interviews this year with more than 50 agricultural experts working in nine countries.

These experts say that in coming decades, farmers need to withstand whatever climate shocks come their way while roughly doubling the amount of food they produce to meet rising demand. And they need to do it while reducing the considerable environmental damage caused by the business of agriculture.

Agronomists emphasize that the situation is far from hopeless. Examples are already available, from the deserts of Mexico to the rice paddies of India, to show that it may be possible to make agriculture more productive and more resilient in the face of climate change. Farmers have achieved huge gains in output in the past, and rising prices are a powerful incentive to do so again.

18 Bulworth  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 11:30:58am

The lamestream media shouldn’t stoop to asking such gotcha history questions just bcuz Sarah is enjoying a little family vacation in a bus that has her name and “mission” to educate all us Americans about our history, plastered all over it.

19 HAL2010  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 11:31:55am

It’s gonna be a long primary season. Teh stopid, it will hurt.

20 Ericus58  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 11:32:49am

re: #11 Summer

Summer, you are a real jewel!
I think at some point, there needs to be a compilation of your works.

21 shutdown  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 11:36:29am

Palin’s Paul Revere

Thanks to “Mudflats”, comes with fun illustrations.

22 Feline Fearless Leader  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 11:37:45am

re: #18 Bulworth

The lamestream media shouldn’t stoop to asking such gotcha history questions just bcuz Sarah is enjoying a little family vacation in a bus that has her name and “mission” to educate all us Americans about our history, plastered all over it.

Or Sarah can stop trying to make every statement that leaves her lips political in nature.

23 First As Tragedy, Then As Farce  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 11:38:01am
“What have you seen so far today, and what are you going to take away from your visit?”

Oh, you know, just… all of it.

24 Bubblehead II  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 11:38:26am

re: #6 Charles

It’s useless to try to find logic in any of this.

Logic=scientific/critical thought process=bad/dangerous thinking and must be discouraged at all costs.

///

25 jeffm70  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 11:39:53am

Does 2+2 still equal 4 or has that equation been revised as well?

26 Feline Fearless Leader  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 11:40:38am

re: #25 jeffm70

Does 2+2 still equal 4 or has that equation been revised as well?

Depends on whether the addition was done in the US or out-sourced to India…

27 lawhawk  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 11:40:44am

re: #11 Summer

You’re really too good at that for your own good. Jon Stewart may come a’callin.

28 shutdown  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 11:43:24am

re: #27 lawhawk

You’re really too good at that for your own good. Jon Stewart may come a’callin.

I vore we start a LGF rumour that Summer is a Palin sockpuppet.
;)

29 JeffM70  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 11:44:48am

Reporter: Hey Sarah, what are your thoughts on visiting Pearl Harbor today?

Sarah: It was inspiring! America could have retreated when the Germans started droppin’ them bombs, but we just reloaded!

30 Prononymous, rogue demon hunter  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 11:47:07am

She may have looked at lots of stuff but she didn’t see anything. She will take away absolutely nothing. Any new information will simply be contorted to fit within her existing worldview.

31 ElCapitanAmerica  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 11:47:12am

Conservapedia Revere page hacked to include FACTS:

conservapedia.com

(added at bottom of article)

Paul Revere rode from Boston to Lexington to warn colonial leaders that British forces had set out to arrest them. He was met there by William Dawes and Dr. Samuel Prescott, who had rode to Lexington via different routes. They then on their own, chose to ride on to Concord to, where a large store of arms and powder were hidden, to warn the residents there. They were captured by a British patrol while making their way to Concord. Their mission was to warn the colonist, not the British. Bells ringing or not there was no 2nd Amendment for Revere to protest to the British about at the time, since the Constitution had not been written. English law permitted the keeping of arms for hunting and self defense (Declaration of Rights (1689 amended version)) but with the language of “as allowed by law” embedded within, which indicated that that which Parliament giveth, Parliament can take away. The Declaration of Rights permitted the possession of arms for hunting and self defense, but did not allow the stock piling of weapons for private militias. This is what the British were marching from Boston to Concord to confiscate, not individual weapons. And maybe the bells.

32 darthstar  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 11:47:52am

re: #18 Bulworth

The lamestream media shouldn’t stoop to asking such gotcha history questions just bcuz Sarah is enjoying a little family vacation in a bus that has her name and “mission” to educate all us Americans about our history, plastered all over it.

The lamestream media should ignore Sarah Palin completely for three days or more and watch her get progressively more unstable:
Day 1 - no biggie…I can facebook and twitter
Day 2 - “Hello, Greta…It’s me, Sarah…I know we talked the other day on camera, but if you’ve got a minute or two…”
Day 3 - “Mr. Ailes? Yes, I’d like to come on and do another commentariat. Glenn Beck’s show should be fine. Lawrence O’Donnel can’t ignore a Beck appearance.”
Day 4 - via Twitter “@lamestreammedia What’s wrong with you? Paul Revere story was not a gaffe! Don’t understand blood libel attack on me!”
Day 5 - via Twitter “I have nude pics too! Check me out at bit.ly/desperateforattention #LOOKATME!”

33 Mark Winter  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 11:51:01am

More gotcha questions:

How are you today?
Everything’s fine?
Any comment on anything?
Enjoy your trip?

34 Bulworth  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 11:51:25am
The lamestream media should ignore Sarah Palin completely for three days or more and watch her get progressively more unstable:

The lamestream media is ignoring ME! Liberal bias!

35 Vicious Babushka  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 11:54:16am

While we’re on the topic of gaffes:

Is there such a word as “agreeance” (agreement)? I have caught my son using it, it is not a word that he ever learned growing up, and I’m wondering if he may have picked it up as a “Southernism” (he lives in Alabama)

I have told him not to put on a fake “Southern” accent. Everybody knows he is a Yankee, and even his born-and-raised in Dixie wife does not have a Southern accent.

36 Bulworth  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 11:55:17am
Day 2 - “Hello, Greta…It’s me, Sarah…I know we talked the other day on camera, but if you’ve got a minute or two…”

Hey Greta, how come media ignoring me? Have you seen my new movie? Can you help me reload?

37 Brother Holy Cruise Missile of Mild Acceptance  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 11:56:10am

re: #35 Alouette

While we’re on the topic of gaffes:

Is there such a word as “agreeance” (agreement)? I have caught my son using it, it is not a word that he ever learned growing up, and I’m wondering if he may have picked it up as a “Southernism” (he lives in Alabama)

I have told him not to put on a fake “Southern” accent. Everybody knows he is a Yankee, and even his born-and-raised in Dixie wife does not have a Southern accent.

Yes

38 Killgore Trout  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 11:56:31am

Has anyone taken a close look at Breitbart’s latest screenshots?
Image: Screen-shot-2011-06-05-at-9.09.59-PM.png

There are a couple of anomalies. Especially comparing the center and right pic. If you zoom in he has a dark smudge over is right eye in the right pic but not in the left pic. Also in the reflection on the right pic there’s a dark line on the back of his neck which doesn’t appear in the center pic. Any photoshop experts want to take a look?

39 darthstar  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 11:57:43am

re: #33 Mark Winter

More gotcha questions:

How are you today?


Betsy Ross put twelve stripes on the flag because she didn’t want to be burned as a witch and we all know covens have 13.

Everything’s fine?


When the Russians walked on the moon, they were surpised to see an American flag there with the words “Don’t Tread on Me” on it.


Any comment on anything?


We beat the French in the Spanish-American war.


Enjoy your trip?


Leave my family out of it.

40 Killgore Trout  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 11:58:05am

also this dude has noticed the famous tight whitey bulge pic was cropped and rotated from the original…
THAT photo

41 ElCapitanAmerica  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 11:58:40am

re: #38 Killgore Trout

That’s too low res, but first impression is that it is probably legit. I mean, it kind of explains why he wouldn’t confirm/deny if that previous pic was of him or not …

42 Mark Winter  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 11:58:42am

re: #31 ElCapitanAmerica

And maybe the bells…

That’s funny as hell!

43 jaunte  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 11:59:15am

re: #34 Bulworth

The lamestream media is ignoring ME! Liberal bias!

More fakery:

Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin apologized Sunday for upstaging Republican Mitt Romney’s formal campaign announcement last week.

The 2008 Republican vice presidential nominee said she didn’t mean to step on toes when her bus rolled into a nearby town just as Romney was making his presidential candidacy formal at a New Hampshire farm.
latimes.com

44 Glenn Beck's Grand Unifying Theory of Obdicut  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 12:00:10pm

re: #38 Killgore Trout

The center and the right look to be exactly the same except for some coloration. The lips, for example.

Kinda weird.

45 RanchTooth  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 12:00:18pm

re: #38 Killgore Trout

Has anyone taken a close look at Breitbart’s latest screenshots?
Image: Screen-shot-2011-06-05-at-9.09.59-PM.png

There are a couple of anomalies. Especially comparing the center and right pic. If you zoom in he has a dark smudge over is right eye in the right pic but not in the left pic. Also in the reflection on the right pic there’s a dark line on the back of his neck which doesn’t appear in the center pic. Any photoshop experts want to take a look?

I’ve got a page up about it… Another site, RadarOnline.com also has some story on it from another woman in Nevada who claims to have been speaking with Weiner since March… Weird stuff. I don’t know what to make of it exactly.

46 Alexzander  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 12:00:32pm

re: #38 Killgore Trout

So whats the theory then?

47 RanchTooth  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 12:00:49pm

.re: #45 RanchTooth

Page here.

48 Winny Spencer  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 12:02:06pm

Looks like Breitbart got this one right.

49 [deleted]  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 12:03:05pm
50 RanchTooth  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 12:03:09pm

re: #48 Winny Spencer

Looks like Breitbart got this one right.

I’m still wary to pass judgement… Knowing the lengths that they’ve gone to make people look bad, it wouldn’t surprise me Rep. Weiner made it to the top of their lists. The photos could be doctored.

51 Charles Johnson  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 12:03:09pm

Weiner is going to give a press conference at 4 pm ET in New York. We shall see what we see.

52 ElCapitanAmerica  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 12:03:33pm

Yup.

Somebody could still have done something to post that picture on his twitter feed, but why do that if you are sitting on these pictures? It’s not necessary, the only option that makes sense is if these images were from before he was married, which doesn’t seem to be the case.

53 Charles Johnson  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 12:03:43pm

re: #38 Killgore Trout

Has anyone taken a close look at Breitbart’s latest screenshots?
Image: Screen-shot-2011-06-05-at-9.09.59-PM.png

There are a couple of anomalies. Especially comparing the center and right pic. If you zoom in he has a dark smudge over is right eye in the right pic but not in the left pic. Also in the reflection on the right pic there’s a dark line on the back of his neck which doesn’t appear in the center pic. Any photoshop experts want to take a look?

The pictures are too small to make any conclusions about whether they were altered.

54 Killgore Trout  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 12:04:04pm

re: #46 Alexzander

So whats the theory then?

I don’t have one. It might just be a change in the contrast settings between the two versions of the same pic.

55 Dancing along the light of day  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 12:04:38pm

re: #51 Charles

Underpants?
(Sorry, couldn’t resist!)

56 Glenn Beck's Grand Unifying Theory of Obdicut  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 12:04:48pm

If it really was him and the whole story is true—

Then it’s really funny that yfrog’s security loophole got exposed anyway.

57 darthstar  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 12:05:10pm

re: #45 RanchTooth

I’ve got a page up about it… Another site, RadarOnline.com also has some story on it from another woman in Nevada who claims to have been speaking with Weiner since March… Weird stuff. I don’t know what to make of it exactly.

Everyone wants a little Weiner.

58 ElCapitanAmerica  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 12:07:17pm

re: #56 Obdicut

If it really was him and the whole story is true—

Then it’s really funny that yfrog’s security loophole got exposed anyway.

Yeah, I stand by that :-)

59 lawhawk  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 12:11:02pm

re: #57 darthstar

Quit dicking around…. Get to the point. /

60 albusteve  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 12:13:29pm

I have a feeling Weiner’s Cadillac has run outa gas…the whole thing is an out of control mess now…I don’t give a damn about Weiner personally but I’d hate to see Breitbart come out the winner

61 Alexzander  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 12:13:42pm

re: #56 Obdicut

If it really was him and the whole story is true—

Then it’s really funny that yfrog’s security loophole got exposed anyway.

My favourite part was being called a conspiracy monger and getting down-dinged by everyone for not believing in a conspiracy. Just some reckless pics in all likelihood. Occam’s razor.

62 Killgore Trout  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 12:17:18pm

re: #61 Alexzander

My favourite part was being called a conspiracy monger and getting down-dinged by everyone for not believing in a conspiracy. Just some reckless pics in all likelihood. Occam’s razor.

Possibly but all of Breitbart’s stuff looks pretty convincing at first. Acorn and Sharrod tapes seemed fairly simple at first. It’s not surprising that a politician is flirting with chicks online. If this came from a reliable source I’d have no trouble believing it.

63 Mostly sane, most of the time.  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 12:17:19pm

Oh, glory.

I just searched on youtube for the song that my son’s dance studio is using for one group number.

I had a feeling I didn’t want to know the singers. It seemed kind of cheesy.

It wasn’t just High School Musical. It was High School Musical 2.

Son of a cheeseball. Now I have to listen to it here while I make him run through it.

64 wrenchwench  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 12:17:53pm

re: #61 Alexzander

My favourite part was being called a conspiracy monger and getting down-dinged by everyone for not believing in a conspiracy. Just some reckless pics in all likelihood. Occam’s razor.

If I dinged you down (I probably did somewhere) it was for acting as though Breitbart had some credibility.

I’d do it again.

Maybe right now.

65 darthstar  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 12:18:55pm

re: #60 albusteve

I have a feeling Weiner’s Cadillac has run outa gas…the whole thing is an out of control mess now…I don’t give a damn about Weiner personally but I’d hate to see Breitbart come out the winner

Ha! You sound down-right ambivalent about this. I won’t be playing poker with you any time soon.

66 albusteve  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 12:20:43pm

re: #62 Killgore Trout

Possibly but all of Breitbart’s stuff looks pretty convincing at first. Acorn and Sharrod tapes seemed fairly simple at first. It’s not surprising that a politician is flirting with chicks online. If this came from a reliable source I’d have no trouble believing it.

nothing surprise me from that town….especially having to do with power and sex…the public has no clue in most cases, and what’s typical in DC is often shocking to aunt Shirley and uncle Fred

67 Glenn Beck's Grand Unifying Theory of Obdicut  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 12:21:57pm

re: #61 Alexzander

My favourite part was being called a conspiracy monger and getting down-dinged by everyone for not believing in a conspiracy. Just some reckless pics in all likelihood. Occam’s razor.

Occam’s razor didn’t actually work in your favor, as I explained.

The long and the short of it is: If a story is reported by Brietbart, believing it off the bat is idiotic. If this winds up being true, it’ll be the only true thing I’ve ever seen come out of Brietbart.

68 makeitstop  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 12:22:13pm

re: #66 albusteve

…what’s typical in DC is often shocking to aunt Shirley and uncle Fred

Aunt Shirley, maybe. But Uncle Fred - he’s ‘seen some stuff.’

/

69 albusteve  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 12:22:21pm

re: #65 darthstar

Ha! You sound down-right ambivalent about this. I won’t be playing poker with you any time soon.

my dad was, by far, the best poker player I ever saw…and his cribbage game was world class…so…

70 Petero1818  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 12:22:36pm

re: #3 Bulworth

But if she supposedly got it “right” in the word-salad she offered up in response to this question, then why was it a “gotcha question”?

But that is just what she is saying. It was a gotcha question which she was expected to flub, but as is perfectly clear from her answer, she handled it with ease. In fact, as I am sure she will point out fairly soon, she should be congratulated for bringing more attention to the Paul Revere story than has been seen since the Raiders had “Just like Me” hit #11 on the hot 100!

71 Mostly sane, most of the time.  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 12:22:38pm

re: #68 makeitstop

Aunt Shirley, maybe. But Uncle Fred - he’s ‘seen some stuff.’

/

You forget Uncle Fred was in the army.

72 Varek Raith  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 12:24:08pm

Lol.
Side ad: Bowflex The Smarter Dumbbell.

73 reloadingisnotahobby  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 12:24:15pm

re: #64 wrenchwench
Now your just being predictable!!/
O.T.
If it hasn’t been said yet….
Remember the greatest Generation!
June 6th 1944 D-Day invasion…

74 albusteve  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 12:26:09pm

re: #73 reloadingisnotahobby

Now your just being predictable!!/
O.T.
If it hasn’t been said yet…
Remember the greatest Generation!
June 6th 1944 D-Day invasion…

here’s a quality rundown of the first couple of hours…
harrowing is an understatement
theatlantic.com

75 leftynyc  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 12:26:14pm

re: #43 jaunte

More fakery:


I saw the “apology” clip on Morning Joe this morning. That was no apology. The words are there but the tone and facial expression say “FU chump”.

76 albusteve  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 12:27:47pm

re: #75 leftynyc

I saw the “apology” clip on Morning Joe this morning. That was no apology. The words are there but the tone and facial expression say “FU chump”.

she went up there precisely to fuck with Romney

77 Killgore Trout  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 12:27:51pm

re: #68 makeitstop

Aunt Shirley, maybe. But Uncle Fred - he’s ‘seen some stuff.’

/

Shirley and fred are doing the same shit. Everybody is but we pretend to be outraged when politicians do it.

78 Summer Seale  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 12:27:55pm

I just got done reading the Apple release for iOS 5 and iCloud and I don’t think anyone expected something this good!

No more need for owning a computer to own/run an iPad! 5 Gigs free on iCloud and you don’t even get counted on your purchased apps, books, songs or photo stream, which is also new…. *wow*….

Multi-windows, gestures, tabbed browsing, notifications. I’m honestly stunned. This is a total game changer for Google and Amazon. This also brings the iPad fully into the realm of total independence from having a laptop or desktop if that is all you want.

I know this is a totally geeky thing to say and to rave about but: wow! I’m blown away (and I have an Android phone, an iPad, and a beautiful brand new MacBook Pro and use Gmail all the time so I like all systems - including Amazon of course)…. I think Apple just surprised everyone and really launched something amazing.

79 RadicalModerate  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 12:28:01pm

re: #50 RanchTooth

I’m still wary to pass judgement… Knowing the lengths that they’ve gone to make people look bad, it wouldn’t surprise me Rep. Weiner made it to the top of their lists. The photos could be doctored.

Given Brietbart’s history for complete fabrications, altering of audio and video footage, and changing of quotes to say the exact opposite of what was actually said, until a reputable third party verifies without a shadow of a doubt that these photos are as reported, or a straight admission from Weiner himself, I am firmly in the camp that Andrew Brietbart is once again lying through his ass, and is AGAIN engaging in libelous conduct.

The Sherrod lawsuit trial trial can’t come soon enough, and I hope that she doesn’t settle and takes him for every damned penny that he owns.

80 Varek Raith  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 12:28:26pm

re: #68 makeitstop

Aunt Shirley, maybe. But Uncle Fred - he’s ‘seen some stuff.’

/

re: #77 Killgore Trout

Shirley and fred are doing the same shit. Everybody is but we pretend to be outraged when politicians do it.

And don’t call me Shirley.

81 wrenchwench  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 12:29:50pm

re: #80 Varek Raith

re: #77 Killgore Trout

And don’t call me Shirley.

Ooooh, I thought he was calling you Fred!

82 Killgore Trout  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 12:29:52pm

Wiener to hold press conference at 4 est.

83 Killgore Trout  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 12:30:13pm

re: #80 Varek Raith

re: #77 Killgore Trout

And don’t call me Shirley.

Roger.

84 blueraven  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 12:30:14pm

I really dont care if Weiner took these pictures, sent them out or what. Stupid? Yes. Criminal? No

What is evident, is that some people are lining up to smear him and destroy his career.

If he did this, it was a private matter. Again, stupid.
It is not the same as Chis Lee putting them out on Craigslist. Or David Vitter consorting with prostitutes.

85 Mostly sane, most of the time.  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 12:30:38pm

re: #77 Killgore Trout

Shirley and fred are doing the same shit. Everybody is but we pretend to be outraged when politicians do it.

Actually, I would highly doubt that all that many American men want to be dressed up in diapers for sexual kicks.

Or for any other reason.

(And Fred isn’t taking nekkid shots because he knows that Aunt Shirley would fall over laughing at the sight.)

86 albusteve  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 12:31:14pm

Anatomy of a Scandal
How Anthony Weiner and John Edwards lost control of their private parts.

Hitchens take on the Weiner story…same old Hitch
slate.com

87 Sol Berdinowitz  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 12:32:28pm

I am recycling this post from the downstairs thread.

Sarah seemed to do a reasonably decent job as governor of Alaska: a state with a population roughly equal to that of Louisville, KY.

Although Alaska is our largest state, nearly 65% of it is owned and managed by the federal government. Another 24% is held by the State of Alaska, another 10% by various Native American councils. Only around 1% is in private hands.

And she quit halfway through her term.

And that another reason I simply do not think she is fit to hold national office, that’s all. I will not criticize or ridicule her any more beyond that point, regardless of what she says or does at this point.

And as it turns out, any criticism beyond that plays right into her hands and into the hands of her legions of supporters.

88 Glenn Beck's Grand Unifying Theory of Obdicut  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 12:33:30pm

re: #84 blueraven

If he’s lying about it, it’s the same thing as Clinton; doing it is a personal mistake. Lying about it brings it into the frame of the public.

I do agree that, no matter what, there’s a bunch of unanswered questions— mainly how did the PatriotUSA stalker dude call this before it happened? If the theory is that Weiner did this by mistake, how would that dude know it was going to happen?

89 albusteve  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 12:34:40pm

re: #88 Obdicut

If he’s lying about it, it’s the same thing as Clinton; doing it is a personal mistake. Lying about it brings it into the frame of the public.

I do agree that, no matter what, there’s a bunch of unanswered questions— mainly how did the PatriotUSA stalker dude call this before it happened? If the theory is that Weiner did this by mistake, how would that dude know it was going to happen?

which I think is why Weiner doesn’t want to call in the law…something is amiss

90 Charles Johnson  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 12:36:56pm

Twitter wingnuts are attacking me like crazy. They’re going to “publicly shame” me. And I’ve “finally lost all credibility.”

This is at least the 50th time this year that I’ve “finally lost all credibility.”

91 blueraven  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 12:37:35pm

re: #88 Obdicut

If he’s lying about it, it’s the same thing as Clinton; doing it is a personal mistake. Lying about it brings it into the frame of the public.

I do agree that, no matter what, there’s a bunch of unanswered questions— mainly how did the PatriotUSA stalker dude call this before it happened? If the theory is that Weiner did this by mistake, how would that dude know it was going to happen?

No, no it is not the same. Clinton had a physical relationship with someone in the oval office. He was the President of the US and had an affair with an intern.

There are degrees of unacceptable behavior, and this one does not reach that level.

92 ReamWorks SKG  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 12:38:12pm

How could someone get away with distributing images that were saved in a Congressman’s private email account, (and were never the subjects of any complaints from anyone)?

Aren’t there “hacking laws” that would cover this?

93 sod  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 12:39:04pm

re: #78 Summer

Two music releases that I’ve been waiting for (seemingly forever) are both exclusive to iTunes for a couple of months before their wider release.

Matthew Good
We Are Augustines

At least with the Matthew Good I can order the physical CD.

Not being able to download via Amazon mp3 is really irritating. iTunes was, is, and will continue to be, irritating.

Apple can take their products and shove them up their iAss for all I care.

94 ReamWorks SKG  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 12:39:40pm

re: #88 Obdicut

Lying about what, though? What exactly did this guy do? And even if the photos were retrieved from his Yahoo account on May 20th, he could have taken them years earlier.

It’s not like he did anything even remotely wrong, illegal, or that is in conflict with his duties as a Congressman.

95 darthstar  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 12:40:21pm

re: #90 Charles

Twitter wingnuts are attacking me like crazy. They’re going to “publicly shame” me. And I’ve “finally lost all credibility.”

This is at least the 50th time this year that I’ve “finally lost all credibility.”

You ever thought about putting credibility on one of those strings that you hook to your belt with the spring so it coils up automatically.

96 wrenchwench  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 12:40:38pm

re: #90 Charles

Twitter wingnuts are attacking me like crazy. They’re going to “publicly shame” me. And I’ve “finally lost all credibility.”

This is at least the 50th time this year that I’ve “finally lost all credibility.”

Does it keep growing back, or what?

97 Kragar  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 12:41:08pm

Any attempt to make Sarah come up with a response on the spot is gotcha journalism.

98 Glenn Beck's Grand Unifying Theory of Obdicut  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 12:41:10pm

re: #92 reuven

They’re saying they got them from an anonymous source, and that the email address was confirmed by ‘a source close to Weiner’.

Which is less-than-convincing.

re: #94 reuven

Sorry, I’m not being clear. If, in the end, he did actually send the picture to the original girl, and then lied about it, that’s a problem because lying is a problem.

If he just had pictures of him grinning at himself with his top off, that’s not a big deal in the least.

99 Targetpractice  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 12:41:35pm

re: #91 blueraven

No, no it is not the same. Clinton had a physical relationship with someone in the oval office. He was the President of the US and had an affair with an intern.

There are degrees of unacceptable behavior, and this one does not reach that level.

It certainly reaches the level of Rep. Lee’s behavior recently, which ended up costing him his own seat in Congress. If Weiner lied from the beginning, then the honorable thing to do would be to resign from office. If he wishes to maintain his innocence, then he needs to prove it by getting an investigation going on an attempt to smear the reputation of a sitting elected official.

100 darthstar  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 12:46:07pm

re: #99 Targetpractice, Worst of Both Worlds

It certainly reaches the level of Rep. Lee’s behavior recently, which ended up costing him his own seat in Congress. If Weiner lied from the beginning, then the honorable thing to do would be to resign from office. If he wishes to maintain his innocence, then he needs to prove it by getting an investigation going on an attempt to smear the reputation of a sitting elected official.

Fuck honor. Weiner isn’t trolling for blowjobs in men’s rooms (Sen. Craig), or putting ads on “Casual encounters” on Craigslist (Rep. Lee), or stalking young male interns (Rep. Foley) or shitting himself to be cleaned by hookers (Sen. Vitter)…it’s not the same level. We don’t even know the details.

101 blueraven  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 12:47:16pm

re: #99 Targetpractice, Worst of Both Worlds

It certainly reaches the level of Rep. Lee’s behavior recently, which ended up costing him his own seat in Congress. If Weiner lied from the beginning, then the honorable thing to do would be to resign from office. If he wishes to maintain his innocence, then he needs to prove it by getting an investigation going on an attempt to smear the reputation of a sitting elected official.

Not true. Lee put his picture out in the public domain…Craigslist. He was soliciting. IF Weiner sent these photos it was a private matter between adults.

102 Sol Berdinowitz  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 12:47:23pm

re: #100 darthstar

We don’t even know the details.

Yes, but our imagination can fil in all the blanks with lurid, juicy inuendoes. And that occupies space on blogsites and gets people worked up enough to comment and re-tweet.

And that is the point of doing anything these days.

103 JeffM70  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 12:47:25pm

re: #90 Charles

Maybe you should attach it to your keys else one of these days you really will lose it and won’t be able to find it.

104 lawhawk  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 12:48:37pm

re: #101 blueraven

Sending those photos to women (whether they wanted it or not) isn’t soliciting if they were done privately as opposed openly via Craigslist?

105 windsagio  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 12:48:57pm

so I’m bad at reading all intervening posts, from the last few is the consensus starting to go against W then?

106 Mostly sane, most of the time.  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 12:49:01pm

re: #103 JeffM70

Maybe you should attach it to your keys else one of these days you really will lose it and won’t be able to find it.

My husband got me a great little 2-part beeper for my keys.

(I wish I were kidding. I’m not.)

107 Winny Spencer  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 12:49:28pm

re: #105 windsagio

so I’m bad at reading all intervening posts, from the last few is the consensus starting to go against W then?

Yes.

108 windsagio  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 12:50:14pm

re: #106 EmmmieG

My mom used to have something like that (shaped like a bat, no idea, still on her keychain tho).

It was just a thing till she dropped it in the water. That thing going off randomly and its eyes glowing randomly… well it always made you jump.

109 Mostly sane, most of the time.  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 12:50:27pm

Here’s what I do know: LGF exposed a hole in the security of a photo-sharing site.

110 darthstar  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 12:50:32pm

re: #105 windsagio

so I’m bad at reading all intervening posts, from the last few is the consensus starting to go against W then?

Nobody’s interested in Bush’s weiner.

111 blueraven  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 12:50:55pm

re: #104 lawhawk

Sending those photos to women (whether they wanted it or not) isn’t soliciting if they were done privately as opposed openly via Craigslist?


In my opinion, no. Not if there had been an ongoing “converstation”.

112 Brother Holy Cruise Missile of Mild Acceptance  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 12:51:19pm

re: #109 EmmmieG

Here’s what I do know: LGF exposed a hole in the security of a photo-sharing site.

it was actually cannonfire, not LGF, Charles linked to what Cannonfire posted. Not to rain on the parade or anything.

113 Targetpractice  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 12:51:28pm

re: #100 darthstar

Fuck honor. Weiner isn’t trolling for blowjobs in men’s rooms (Sen. Craig), or putting ads on “Casual encounters” on Craigslist (Rep. Lee), or stalking young male interns (Rep. Foley) or shitting himself to be cleaned by hookers (Sen. Vitter)…it’s not the same level. We don’t even know the details.

If he’s been lying to us, then the details are inconsequential. If he’s being truthful that he did not send these photos, then he needs to start taking this seriously, because Breitbart and his cronies are playing for keeps.

114 windsagio  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 12:52:21pm

re: #109 EmmmieG

shouldn’t even be about that. People are allowed to make mistakes if they’re up front about them.

Don’t have to particularly justify having been wrong (with the caveat: “If it is actually the case”).

115 Targetpractice  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 12:52:49pm

re: #101 blueraven

Not true. Lee put his picture out in the public domain…Craigslist. He was soliciting. IF Weiner sent these photos it was a private matter between adults.

A private matter that became public when he sent them through Twitter, knowing that they’d be viewable to every one of his followers.

116 Mostly sane, most of the time.  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 12:52:54pm

re: #112 Dreggas

it was actually cannonfire, not LGF, Charles linked to what Cannonfire posted. Not to rain on the parade or anything.

Sure, but it was conclusively proven. Beyond that we have a picture of dubious provenance, a congressman giving weird answers, and a hilarious coincidence of naming.

117 Glenn Beck's Grand Unifying Theory of Obdicut  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 12:53:58pm

re: #112 Dreggas

it was actually cannonfire, not LGF, Charles linked to what Cannonfire posted. Not to rain on the parade or anything.

Actually, a much more thorough job was done by ElCapitan than anyone over thataways, since he demonstrated that within 27 account creations he got a repeat “PIN”.

118 Mark Winter  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 12:54:26pm

One of these days US politicians will learn that you don’t comment on private things.

Again: You don’t comment. Right or wrong, the only comment must be: None of anyone’s business. End of story.

119 kirkspencer  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 12:54:30pm

re: #99 Targetpractice, Worst of Both Worlds

It certainly reaches the level of Rep. Lee’s behavior recently, which ended up costing him his own seat in Congress. If Weiner lied from the beginning, then the honorable thing to do would be to resign from office. If he wishes to maintain his innocence, then he needs to prove it by getting an investigation going on an attempt to smear the reputation of a sitting elected official.

Smearing the reputation of a sitting elected official is illegal?

Seriously, on what basis is he going to call for an investigation? Legal authorities need a body, well, a basis for assuming a crime occurred.

And let’s assume he’s told the truth. He didn’t post it, but it might be his. In other words he’s got pictures like that on his home computer. Which will make bigger headlines:
“someone put his picture on his account without his permission” or
“It’s HIS picture.”

Somehow I think it’ll be the second one that gets more airtime. In that case he’s sunk, even though it’s because someone else did something underhanded.

120 SanFranciscoZionist  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 12:54:50pm

re: #8 publicityStunted

Heh:

Most Colonial Jews were Sephardim, so that wouldn’t have helped much. Except that maybe the German immigrants would have gotten some of it. They tended to settle in the Middle Colonies, though.

121 blueraven  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 12:54:54pm

re: #115 Targetpractice, Worst of Both Worlds

A private matter that became public when he sent them through Twitter, knowing that they’d be viewable to every one of his followers.

Well, we will soon see, I guess.

122 elizajane  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 12:55:10pm

re: #113 Targetpractice, Worst of Both Worlds

If he’s been lying to us, then the details are inconsequential. If he’s being truthful that he did not send these photos, then he needs to start taking this seriously, because Breitbart and his cronies are playing for keeps.

Wiener has completely failed to take this seriously. The pic of himself with a little sign saying “this is me” or whatever was just goading Breitbart. It really made me think that he might be enough of an idiot to have actually sent the original picture, even if he was acting like they could never prove it.

Possibly the first politician to basically be brought down by an unfortunate last name. I still say the story would never have gained traction without that.

123 Targetpractice  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 12:57:55pm

re: #119 kirkspencer

Smearing the reputation of a sitting elected official is illegal?

Seriously, on what basis is he going to call for an investigation? Legal authorities need a body, well, a basis for assuming a crime occurred.

And let’s assume he’s told the truth. He didn’t post it, but it might be his. In other words he’s got pictures like that on his home computer. Which will make bigger headlines:
“someone put his picture on his account without his permission” or
“It’s HIS picture.”

Somehow I think it’ll be the second one that gets more airtime. In that case he’s sunk, even though it’s because someone else did something underhanded.

If he continues to contend that his account was hacked, then that’s an offense that the FBI should be looking into. If they investigate and determine that no crime has been committed, then at least we silence the biggest part of the “case” against him, namely that there’s been no investigation into this incident.

And if there are his photos that have been posted without his permission, then again, that’s something that should be under investigation. Simply saying “Yeah, it’s me, but I don’t know how they got there” isn’t going to cut it any longer.

124 Glenn Beck's Grand Unifying Theory of Obdicut  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 12:58:06pm

re: #122 elizajane

Wiener has completely failed to take this seriously. The pic of himself with a little sign saying “this is me” or whatever was just goading Breitbart.

That picture is supposed to have been from months ago, I think.

125 Glenn Beck's Grand Unifying Theory of Obdicut  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 12:58:45pm

re: #123 Targetpractice, Worst of Both Worlds

There’s no protection against having your pictures posted without permission, though, not for journalistic purposes.

126 Targetpractice  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 1:02:03pm

re: #125 Obdicut

There’s no protection against having your pictures posted without permission, though, not for journalistic purposes.

The question is, how did the “anonymous source” come by them if Weiner didn’t send them?

127 Walking Spanish Down the Hall  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 1:02:17pm

re: #10 imp_62

From the GOP perspective, logic is the last refuge of tiny minds.

May I modify it a bit?

From the GOP perspective, logic is the last refuge of elitist minds.

Ivory towers and stuff, you know.

128 SanFranciscoZionist  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 1:04:21pm

re: #22 oaktree

Or Sarah can stop trying to make every statement that leaves her lips political in nature.

That’s the thing. You can certainly make Revere’s ride, Lexington, Concord, et al, a good angle for discussing gun ownership and the purpose of the Second. I’ve heard it done (in a public school classroom) by a man who knows a shitload more about the Revolution than Sarah Palin.

But you have to know what you are talking about. And she didn’t.

Luckily, for people who don’t know everything, which is most of us, there is the politician’s sidestep. They say, “What did you learn?”

Possible responses:

“Oh, we learned a bunch of stuff today! Piper, what was your favorite thing at the Paul Revere museum?”

“We learned the name of Paul Revere’s horse!” (Or similar daft detail.) “Never knew that before. Sorry guys, we’re on a vacation here, and our next stop awaits.”

“Everything we saw today just makes me so proud and grateful that these men and women of the Revolution fought so hard and sacrificed so much for us to live in a free country. It’s wonderful to think about. OK, can’t chat, we’re off to New Hampshire.”

129 Mark Winter  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 1:06:25pm

re: #125 Obdicut

There’s no protection against having your pictures posted without permission, though, not for journalistic purposes.

Actually there is. It’s called “intellectual property rights”.
Something that is routinely ignored by the media, but if YOU violate those rights they will sue you.

130 SanFranciscoZionist  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 1:07:31pm

re: #35 Alouette

While we’re on the topic of gaffes:

Is there such a word as “agreeance” (agreement)? I have caught my son using it, it is not a word that he ever learned growing up, and I’m wondering if he may have picked it up as a “Southernism” (he lives in Alabama)

I have told him not to put on a fake “Southern” accent. Everybody knows he is a Yankee, and even his born-and-raised in Dixie wife does not have a Southern accent.

Dictionary.com says there is, and that it’s a synonym for ‘agreement’, but is considered obsolete. Might easily have survived in some parts of the country though. The South and New England are both good for odd bits of antiquated speech that linger on. Also, a quick Google shows someone saying it’s sometimes used in New Zealand—probably the same kind of survival.

131 sagehen  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 1:08:03pm

re: #33 Mark Winter

More gotcha questions:

How are you today?
Everything’s fine?
Any comment on anything?
Enjoy your trip?

Paper or plastic?
Would you like fries with that?

132 SanFranciscoZionist  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 1:08:26pm

re: #42 Mark Winter

And maybe the bells…

That’s funny as hell!

That was what caught my eye.

I love it that you have to HACK Conservapedia to put in details like “the Second Amendment didn’t exist in 1775.”

133 SanFranciscoZionist  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 1:10:15pm

re: #79 RadicalModerate

Given Brietbart’s history for complete fabrications, altering of audio and video footage, and changing of quotes to say the exact opposite of what was actually said, until a reputable third party verifies without a shadow of a doubt that these photos are as reported, or a straight admission from Weiner himself, I am firmly in the camp that Andrew Brietbart is once again lying through his ass, and is AGAIN engaging in libelous conduct.

The Sherrod lawsuit trial trial can’t come soon enough, and I hope that she doesn’t settle and takes him for every damned penny that he owns.

Basically, I assume Breitbart is lying until proven truthful.

Showing that he got a real story about Rep. Weiner’s underpants will make me think less well of Rep. Weiner, but not better of Breitbart.

That’s about it.

134 Mark Winter  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 1:15:53pm

re: #131 sagehen


Would you like fries with that?

Oh please. That’s an ambush question!

135 SmithCommaJohn  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 1:19:37pm

re: #33 Mark Winter

More gotcha questions:

How are you today?
Everything’s fine?
Any comment on anything?
Enjoy your trip?

Once we’re on the road, we’re not stopping for 6 hours. Do you need to use the bathroom before we leave?

136 Sol Berdinowitz  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 1:29:57pm

re: #113 Targetpractice, Worst of Both Worlds

he needs to start taking this seriously, because Breitbart and his cronies are playing for keeps.

And that is the point: it would be acknowedging the mountain tthat those creeps are making out of this molehill

137 allegro  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 1:37:25pm

re: #126 Targetpractice, Worst of Both Worlds

The question is, how did the “anonymous source” come by them if Weiner didn’t send them?

The same two words have been going through my head since I started hearing about this: old girlfriend.

Kinda explains a lot.

138 [deleted]  Mon, Jun 6, 2011 2:33:36pm

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