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1 Dark_Falcon  Wed, Nov 21, 2012 5:43:48pm

When in doubt, type 'LOL'.

2 darthstar  Wed, Nov 21, 2012 5:45:59pm

re: #1 Dark_Falcon

When in doubt, type 'LOL'.

Satan worshipper.

3 b_sharp  Wed, Nov 21, 2012 5:47:04pm

re: #2 darthstar

Satan worshipper.

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LOL.

4 EPR-radar  Wed, Nov 21, 2012 5:47:19pm

Were these the people who handled social media for the Republicans in this election cycle?

5 jaunte  Wed, Nov 21, 2012 5:47:26pm

SMaauS

Social Media as an unoriginal Service, brought to you from TheCloud.

6 Douchecanoe and Ryan Too  Wed, Nov 21, 2012 5:47:40pm

re: #2 darthstar

Satan worshipper.

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Holy LOL, Batman. And here I thought I was plugged in to some pretty solid sources of crazy. That's a real whopper.

7 Targetpractice  Wed, Nov 21, 2012 5:50:44pm

re: #2 darthstar

Satan worshipper.

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*facepalm*

8 Charles Johnson  Wed, Nov 21, 2012 5:53:19pm

The cease-fire is holding tonight, thank Cthulhu.

There were about five rockets fired into Israel after it took effect, but apparently Hamas was able to get whoever was doing it to knock it off, because it's been quiet for hours as far as I know.

9 engineer cat  Wed, Nov 21, 2012 5:54:15pm

satan worshippers

in reality only exist in horror comix and credulous minds

10 darthstar  Wed, Nov 21, 2012 5:54:52pm

re: #7 Targetpractice

*facepalm*

Could be worse...there could be alien life.

11 engineer cat  Wed, Nov 21, 2012 5:56:23pm

god troll

i have to admit the conjunction of those two words really appeals to me

12 Shiplord Kirel  Wed, Nov 21, 2012 5:56:39pm

Wingnut goes ballistic over Hillary's dress. This is an actual exchange from Facebook. Names are changed to protect Lubbock from another Judge Head case of international mockery and ridicule.

Special K, local Democrat: She would be the most qualified Presidential candidate in a century.

Carlos the Jackass, wingnut: yEA Right...look at the ' Islamic Green Dress she is wearing ' !

Carlos the Jackass, wingnut: HILLARY IS WEARING THEIR FLAG , FOR HEAVEN SAKE! WAKE-UP SLUMBERING AMERICANS....

Carlos the Jackass, wingnut: WE HAVE AN ACTIVE TRANSFER OF THE BALANCE OF POWER...IF AMERICANS HAVE'NT NOTICE.

John the sane guy: Carlos, tell your Doctor about these thouts and see what he says.


Carlos the Jackass, wingnut: Yea, good Muslim/Islamic Green !

John the sane guy: Those Irish sons-of-bitches like me wear a lot of green. They might be in cahoots with Arabs, Honey Boo Boo, and the Baylor Bears. I'd heard Judge Tom Head and Nazi Don May had one follower but I thought it was Long Talking Todd Klein or Heart Attack Waiting Roberta Pratt (local radio talkers-SK)


Carlos the Jackass, wingnut: I meant " YOU GO " ...IF YOU ARE AN OBUMER SYMPATIZER...GO ISLAMIC GREEN ! NOT ME !...I TOOK AN OATH LONG AGO TO UP-HOLD MY US CONSTITUTION AND RESPECT MY STARS AND STRIPS...FOR EVER!


John the sane guy: I took the same oath, dumb ass, and I had on United States Army green. Go back to playing Pac Man in momma's basement, watching Fox News, and chug a lugging Red Bull.


Carlos the Jackass, wingnut: Oh, okay...I stand corrected to an extend. I don't mean to offend the Irish Green; I see the Islam/Jahadist Green and that what I was referring to...my apology.


John the sane guy: What about our Army? And Las Vegas, all those green felt table. Better look under neath, might be an Arab. Forget Red and Green this Christmas. this moron thinks the color of the forest is a plot having to do with President Obama, two words he has never used together, being from Kenya. If I had a business place, I'd ask them and fire the lousy moronic drooling birthers on the spot.

Carlos the Jackass, wingnut: Johnny, I apologize...that's the best I can do....I would think you would see the latest news and see how our country is going "Islamic, due to Obama Policies" .

John the sane guy: Fuck you.

13 darthstar  Wed, Nov 21, 2012 5:57:14pm

re: #9 engineer cat

satan worshippers

in reality only exist in horror comix and credulous minds

I don't cotton to no muslin satin worshippers.

14 Douchecanoe and Ryan Too  Wed, Nov 21, 2012 5:57:18pm

re: #8 Charles Johnson

The cease-fire is holding tonight, thank Cthulhu.

There were about five rockets fired into Israel after it took effect, but apparently Hamas was able to get whoever was doing it to knock it off, because it's been quiet for hours as far as I know.

It's a good thing they did. I can imagine at least some Israelis were probably chomping at the bit to blow them up some more Hamas as the rockets kept coming down.

15 Douchecanoe and Ryan Too  Wed, Nov 21, 2012 5:58:33pm

re: #12 Shiplord Kirel

The concluding "Fuck you" was beautiful. Sheer poetry.

16 The Questionable Timing of a Flea  Wed, Nov 21, 2012 5:59:52pm

re: #13 darthstar

You'd think given the hot weather in the Middle East there'd be more Linenists.

17 Charles Johnson  Wed, Nov 21, 2012 6:00:22pm

And yeah, Hamas is all over the media boasting about their victory - but nobody watching that stuff really believes Hamas won anything.

18 Targetpractice  Wed, Nov 21, 2012 6:02:34pm

re: #17 Charles Johnson

And yeah, Hamas is all over the media boasting about their victory - but nobody watching that stuff really believes Hamas won anything.

It's like every previous round of hostilities: Hamas lets rockets fly, Israel starts stomping on its ass, the media spends a few days engaged in hysterics over how there will ever be peace so long as both sides hate each other, a ceasefire is negotiated, and Hamas jumps on TV to tell anybody who will listen that it has fought Israel to a standstill.

19 Douchecanoe and Ryan Too  Wed, Nov 21, 2012 6:02:42pm

re: #17 Charles Johnson

And yeah, Hamas is all over the media boasting about their victory - but nobody watching that stuff really believes Hamas won anything.

Just another turn of the wheel. Israel finally has enough and starts blowing up stuff (and, unfortunately, people), they cry foul, a ceasefire occurs, they crow about it to the media. Rinse and repeat.

20 Douchecanoe and Ryan Too  Wed, Nov 21, 2012 6:03:11pm

re: #18 Targetpractice

Beaten by 8 seconds. Well played.

21 Targetpractice  Wed, Nov 21, 2012 6:03:42pm

re: #20 Douchecanoe and Ryan Too

Beaten by 8 seconds. Well played.

*takes a bow*

22 Charles Johnson  Wed, Nov 21, 2012 6:04:02pm

An awesome price for a 3TB bare SATA hard drive (just bought two myself for a RAID array):

Western Digital Caviar Green 3 TB SATA III 64 MB Cache

Three terabytes. It still amazes me how far HD technology has come.

23 Douchecanoe and Ryan Too  Wed, Nov 21, 2012 6:04:33pm

re: #22 Charles Johnson

An awesome price for a 3TB bare SATA hard drive (just bought two myself for a RAID array):

Western Digital Caviar Green 3 TB SATA III 64 MB Cache

Three terabytes. It still amazes me how far HD technology has come.

Just wait until SSD drives start scaling up that high (and prices dropping to match).

24 Targetpractice  Wed, Nov 21, 2012 6:04:52pm

re: #22 Charles Johnson

An awesome price for a 3TB bare SATA hard drive (just bought two myself for a RAID array):

Western Digital Caviar Green 3 TB SATA III 64 MB Cache

Three terabytes. It still amazes me how far HD technology has come.

Can I take a second to whine about how "old" I feel because I remember when 1GB HDDs came around and everybody asked "How will you ever fill that thing up?"

25 engineer cat  Wed, Nov 21, 2012 6:06:18pm

god troll

maybe this refers to the theory that the universe is ruled by a blind, insane child?

26 EPR-radar  Wed, Nov 21, 2012 6:06:34pm

re: #24 Targetpractice

Can I take a second to whine about how "old" I feel because I remember when 1GB HDDs came around and everybody asked "How will you ever fill that thing up?"

How about 10 MB Winchester drives that cost several thousand dollars?

27 Bubblehead II  Wed, Nov 21, 2012 6:07:08pm

re: #24 Targetpractice

Can I take a second to whine about how "old" I feel because I remember when 1GB HDDs came around and everybody asked "How will you ever fill that thing up?"

Not to mention the fact that they ran around $1000.00 when they first came out.

28 engineer cat  Wed, Nov 21, 2012 6:07:35pm

re: #18 Targetpractice

It's like every previous round of hostilities: Hamas lets rockets fly, Israel starts stomping on its ass, the media spends a few days engaged in hysterics over how there will ever be peace so long as both sides hate each other, a ceasefire is negotiated, and Hamas jumps on TV to tell anybody who will listen that it has fought Israel to a standstill.

and innocent people are killed and nothing changes and nothing is accomplished

(see my #25)

29 Dark_Falcon  Wed, Nov 21, 2012 6:08:00pm

re: #12 Shiplord Kirel

Wingnut goes ballistic over Hillary's dress. This is an actual exchange from Facebook. Names are changed to protect Lubbock from another Judge Head case of international mockery and ridicule.

A story with a happy ending: The wingnut gets spanked by logic.

30 Targetpractice  Wed, Nov 21, 2012 6:08:29pm

re: #29 Dark_Falcon

A story with a happy ending: The wingnut gets spanked by logic.

SSDD

31 jaunte  Wed, Nov 21, 2012 6:09:39pm

Uganda “Kill the Gays” bill could be voted on Thanksgiving

...The Ugandan Parliament is poised to bring back a bill that would sentence lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans (LGBT) people to death in the next couple of weeks. In a recent speech, Rebecca Kadaga, speaker of the Ugandan parliament, promised to bring a vote on the proposed law – first introduced in 2009 – as “a Christmas gift” to the population.

32 Charles Johnson  Wed, Nov 21, 2012 6:10:14pm

There's actually an even cheaper 3TB drive from Seagate:

Seagate Barracuda 7200 3 TB

...but I've had two failures with Seagate drives recently, and some of the reviewers are reporting problems too. Western Digital has a better record of reliability.

33 Dark_Falcon  Wed, Nov 21, 2012 6:10:15pm

re: #28 engineer cat

and innocent people are killed and nothing changes and nothing is accomplished

I don't know how this cycle breaks, but I think the thing that breaks it will have to come from within Gaza. Till then, Israel is going to have to keep clubbing the Islamists when they get too violent.

34 Killgore Trout  Wed, Nov 21, 2012 6:11:04pm

re: #17 Charles Johnson

And yeah, Hamas is all over the media boasting about their victory - but nobody watching that stuff really believes Hamas won anything.

I think they did pretty well for themselves. Abbas and Fatah are old news. If you wanna talk you gotta talk to Hamas. Egypt is now a power player, free to demonize Israel, tacitly allow the Palestinians rearm and then get credit for brokering a peace deal. Assad's happy to be out of the headlines for a few weeks and Iran is still boasting about smuggling rockets to Gaza. Lefty sites and talking points are flooded with the conspiracy theory that Israel started this thing because Hamas terrorists were about to act on a secret awesome peace plan.
I think this ends up as win for Hamas.

35 EPR-radar  Wed, Nov 21, 2012 6:12:46pm

re: #28 engineer cat

and innocent people are killed and nothing changes and nothing is accomplished

The only thing that gives me any hope about the I/P situation is that other intractable issues have been resolved in ways that were hard to see in advance.

Unfortunately, this is rare. The end of apartheid in South Arica and partial resolution of the Northern Ireland conflict come to mind.

36 ProGunLiberal  Wed, Nov 21, 2012 6:15:38pm

What the hell is up with this?

The United States bans Tim Pat Coogan, one of Ireland's most recognisable historians and a leading authority on Éamon de Valera and Michael Collins. As a result his book tour is cancelled. The decision is described as a major shock and blot against United States Ambassador to Ireland Dan Rooney.

37 A Man for all Seasons  Wed, Nov 21, 2012 6:18:27pm

re: #22 Charles Johnson

An awesome price for a 3TB bare SATA hard drive (just bought two myself for a RAID array):

Western Digital Caviar Green 3 TB SATA III 64 MB Cache

Three terabytes. It still amazes me how far HD technology has come.

Can't believe we sold our Hard drive division off. Lost money every quarter for years. Finally when after millions and millions invested they started making money and we sold that shit off.

38 Dark_Falcon  Wed, Nov 21, 2012 6:19:49pm

70 Kilometers Of Bad Road

November 21, 2012: Although Pakistan allows Islamic terrorists to reside unmolested in North Waziristan, many of the Islamic radicals there do not return the favor. Thus while Pakistan maintains a token garrison in Miranshah (the capital of North Waziristan), it requires a major military operation to run a weekly supply convoy (carrying mostly food and fuel) for the troops and officials there. The convoy must travel through over 70 kilometers of road that is normally controlled by Islamic terrorist groups (mainly the Pakistani Taliban). The terrorists plant many roadside bombs along the route and will attack any vehicles that will not submit to inspection. Since the military convoy is off-limits to such inspection, the movement of the convoy is an all-day affair and often involves violence or threats of violence.

Early in the morning army engineers start clearing the route of bombs and mines. This is usually done by noon, at which point the convoy and its armed guard proceed and, despite the occasional ambush, reach Miranshah by nightfall. The next day, the empty trucks must repeat the process to get back to their base at the town of Bannu. The Taliban could, if they wanted, cut off army access to Miranshah. But the army has made it clear that this would lead to massive use of artillery and air strikes. So the Taliban let the convoy pass with only light opposition. The government is allowed to do some other development work, like building or repairing roads, but with the understanding that these troops will not interfere with the Taliban, and vice versa.

39 Political Atheist  Wed, Nov 21, 2012 6:21:08pm

re: #32 Charles Johnson

I have overseen the computers at work since about 1990. In the 386 days I even built a couple. Then I got to busy to spend hours doing hardware.

I always have our computers made to our spec. Intel processors and WD drives have never been a bad choice in all that time. My experience has been external drives failing at a higher rate than internal drives. Makes me wonder if flaky drives get sold cheap as externals or maybe the box they put them in sucks with cheap parts.

40 Targetpractice  Wed, Nov 21, 2012 6:26:09pm

Boehner says "ACA must be on table to make a deal," White House responds "Not happening":

White House: Obamacare Off The Table For Debt Reduction

41 Killgore Trout  Wed, Nov 21, 2012 6:27:27pm

re: #34 Killgore Trout

I think they did pretty well for themselves. Abbas and Fatah are old news. If you wanna talk you gotta talk to Hamas. Egypt is now a power player, free to demonize Israel, tacitly allow the Palestinians rearm and then get credit for brokering a peace deal. Assad's happy to be out of the headlines for a few weeks and Iran is still boasting about smuggling rockets to Gaza. Lefty sites and talking points are flooded with the conspiracy theory that Israel started this thing because Hamas terrorists were about to act on a secret awesome peace plan.
I think this ends up as win for Hamas.

..and of course the Palestinian body count is higher but that's by design. The apologists can continue the "disproportionate response" meme.

42 Dark_Falcon  Wed, Nov 21, 2012 6:27:35pm

re: #40 Targetpractice

Boehner says "ACA must be on table to make a deal," White House responds "Not happening":

White House: Obamacare Off The Table For Debt Reduction

What do they propose cutting in its place?

43 A Man for all Seasons  Wed, Nov 21, 2012 6:29:01pm

re: #39 Political Atheist

I have overseen the computers at work since about 1990. In the 386 days I even built a couple. Then I got to busy to spend hours doing hardware.

I always have our computers made to our spec. Intel processors and WD drives have never been a bad choice in all that time. My experience has been external drives failing at a higher rate than internal drives. Makes me wonder if flaky drives get sold cheap as externals or maybe the box they put them in sucks with cheap parts.

Seagate is an interesting HD company. Alot of consumer drives have issues.
The little cheap laptop drive is nothing more than the original IBM junk drives with a different label.
The very high end Seagate drives are awesome, reliable and are spec'd by name by big time solution providers.

44 Targetpractice  Wed, Nov 21, 2012 6:31:52pm

re: #42 Dark_Falcon

What do they propose cutting in its place?

Think before we start in the cuts, we need to first get an iron-clad agreement that the Bush Tax Cuts for those making $250K+ are history. So far, the GOP continues to balk on that, so as far as I'm concerned, there will be no deal.

45 Varek Raith  Wed, Nov 21, 2012 6:35:31pm

re: #2 darthstar

Satan worshipper.

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Lol.

46 Four More Tears  Wed, Nov 21, 2012 6:36:44pm

Watching MSNBC. Rachel is talking to Richard Engel. There is a rooster crowing in the background...

47 EPR-radar  Wed, Nov 21, 2012 6:37:20pm

re: #42 Dark_Falcon

What do they propose cutting in its place?

If I were negotiating with Boehner et al., I would point out that unfunded wars, prescription drug coverage that was not cost-controlled, and tax cuts are the three voluntary acts under the Bush administration that contributed greatly to the debt.

Undoing these (or covering their costs) is the obvious first step towards balancing the budget. This is simple enough to take to the electorate in the midterms, if necessary.

48 Dark_Falcon  Wed, Nov 21, 2012 6:37:50pm

re: #44 Targetpractice

Think before we start in the cuts, we need to first get an iron-clad agreement that the Bush Tax Cuts for those making $250K+ are history. So far, the GOP continues to balk on that, so as far as I'm concerned, there will be no deal.

Eh, eh. Before any tax hikes can be accepted, I'd need to see specific non-defense cuts detailed. Republicans should list some such cuts and then require the Democrats to accept some of them. Privately, of course. This isn't the sort of situation where either side can publicly agree to preconditions.

49 Targetpractice  Wed, Nov 21, 2012 6:39:34pm

re: #48 Dark_Falcon

Eh, eh. Before any tax hikes can be accepted, I'd need to see specific non-defense cuts detailed. Republicans should list some such cuts and then require the Democrats to accept some of them. Privately, of course. This isn't the sort of situation where either side can publicly agree to preconditions.

If the GOP is not going to accept preconditions, then I see no reason to have negotiations, publicly or privately. If Mr. Boehner cannot control enough votes in the House to ensure such a deal will reach the Senate, as he could not during the debt ceiling debacle, then I see no reason to waste time on a deal that will go nowhere.

50 Dark_Falcon  Wed, Nov 21, 2012 6:40:19pm

re: #47 EPR-radar

If I were negotiating with Boehner et al., I would point out that unfunded wars, prescription drug coverage that was not cost-controlled, and tax cuts are the three voluntary acts under the Bush administration that contributed greatly to the debt.

Undoing these (or covering their costs) is the obvious first step towards balancing the budget. This is simple enough to take to the electorate in the midterms, if necessary.

And I'd reply by walking away. If the tactic is to paint the problem as "all the GOP's fault", then Boehner should simply get up and walk out of the meeting.

51 Dark_Falcon  Wed, Nov 21, 2012 6:42:01pm

re: #49 Targetpractice

If the GOP is not going to accept preconditions, then I see no reason to have negotiations, publicly or privately. If Mr. Boehner cannot control enough votes in the House to ensure such a deal will reach the Senate, as he could not during the debt ceiling debacle, then I see no reason to waste time on a deal that will go nowhere.

If that logic is the one that is adopted, then there is indeed nothing to talk about. The Republican party cannot and will not agree to a tax hike publicly then beg for spending reductions. The sequester would be preferable.

52 Hercules Grytpype-Thynne  Wed, Nov 21, 2012 6:42:04pm

re: #42 Dark_Falcon

What do they propose cutting in its place?

The high-end Bush tax cuts.

53 Obdicut  Wed, Nov 21, 2012 6:43:23pm

re: #48 Dark_Falcon

Eh, eh. Before any tax hikes can be accepted, I'd need to see specific non-defense cuts detailed. Republicans should list some such cuts and then require the Democrats to accept some of them. Privately, of course. This isn't the sort of situation where either side can publicly agree to preconditions.

Why do you think we need cuts? Is the economy booming again?

Because cutting spending while still in a recession is fucking stupid.

54 EPR-radar  Wed, Nov 21, 2012 6:44:28pm

re: #50 Dark_Falcon

And I'd reply by walking away. If the tactic is to paint the problem as "all the GOP's fault", then Boehner should simply get up and walk out of the meeting.

A perfectly reasonable outcome. The sequester seems better to me than anything the GOP is capable of putting on the table.

55 Targetpractice  Wed, Nov 21, 2012 6:44:34pm

re: #51 Dark_Falcon

If that logic is the one that is adopted, then there is indeed nothing to talk about. The Republican party cannot and will not agree to a tax hike publicly then beg for spending reductions. The sequester would be preferable.

Then let it happen. Last I checked, the GOP were the ones who insisted on budgetary cuts and chose a temporary extension of the Bush Tax Cuts over making the middle class cuts permanent.

56 Usually refered to as anyways  Wed, Nov 21, 2012 10:09:51pm

re: #42 Dark_Falcon

What do they propose cutting in its place?

The amount of time they spend listening to people on the right until they learn to be sensible?


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