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1 AlexRogan  Fri, Nov 15, 2013 5:52:27pm

***CUTENESS OVERLOAD***

*head explodes*

2 Targetpractice  Fri, Nov 15, 2013 5:55:33pm

re: #1 AlexRogan

***CUTENESS OVERLOAD***

*head explodes*

Clean-up, aisle four.

3 ninja cat  Fri, Nov 15, 2013 5:56:08pm

Cute but not too fond of them. I have come across herds of them and though usually they’ll run away, if they have babies they will stand their ground and start clicking their teeth. It’ s on the list of ‘ways I do not want to die’.

4 Kragar  Fri, Nov 15, 2013 5:57:01pm

And they’re great on the grill.

/ducks

5 GeneJockey  Fri, Nov 15, 2013 6:00:32pm

re: #4 Kragar

And they’re great on the grill.

/ducks

Ducks on the grill, however, tend to flame up a lot, with all that dripping fat.

6 thedopefishlives  Fri, Nov 15, 2013 6:01:53pm

re: #5 GeneJockey

Ducks on the grill, however, tend to flame up a lot, with all that dripping fat.

Cook them on a sheet of aluminum foil. I do this with my 50/50 bacon/beef burgers. Prevents the widespread death and destruction associated with the fat, but gets them cooked with a minimum of heat loss.

7 dr. klys  Fri, Nov 15, 2013 6:03:27pm

re: #6 thedopefishlives

Cook them on a sheet of aluminum foil. I do this with my 50/50 bacon/beef burgers. Prevents the widespread death and destruction associated with the fat, but gets them cooked with a minimum of heat loss.

/looks at the can of soup that is likely dinner

/sigh

8 thedopefishlives  Fri, Nov 15, 2013 6:04:46pm

re: #7 klys

/looks at the can of soup that is likely dinner

/sigh

The Mrs. Fish cooked fish sticks and homemade lefse for dinner. She’s been gaining a lot of confidence in the kitchen lately; I don’t quite know what possessed her.

9 wrenchwench  Fri, Nov 15, 2013 6:05:42pm

We have Collard Peccaries around here. They look about the same. About a year ago I was riding home and six adults were trotting towards me, but stayed on their side of the street as we passed each other. Since the moon is almost full now, and it’s the same time of year, I’m keeping my eyes peeled. Last week a deer ran along side me before pulling ahead and crossing the street right in front of me.

10 wrenchwench  Fri, Nov 15, 2013 6:06:23pm

re: #8 thedopefishlives

The Mrs. Fish cooked fish sticks and homemade lefse for dinner. She’s been gaining a lot of confidence in the kitchen lately; I don’t quite know what possessed her.

Fishsticks!?!?!

:O

11 Charles Johnson  Fri, Nov 15, 2013 6:06:36pm

If these peccaries are anything like the javelinas in Arizona, they totally suck as game animals unless you’re desperate.

12 kirkspencer  Fri, Nov 15, 2013 6:06:44pm

re: #6 thedopefishlives

Cook them on a sheet of aluminum foil. I do this with my 50/50 bacon/beef burgers. Prevents the widespread death and destruction associated with the fat, but gets them cooked with a minimum of heat loss.

Or get a double-rack or use off-set heat, and put a catch pan below.

13 dr. klys  Fri, Nov 15, 2013 6:06:48pm

re: #8 thedopefishlives

The Mrs. Fish cooked fish sticks and homemade lefse for dinner. She’s been gaining a lot of confidence in the kitchen lately; I don’t quite know what possessed her.

In general, if I want creative food in the kitchen, I get to cook. I can sometimes corrall an assistant, but…

So on days like this where I don’t have time because there’s yet another problem set to work on, it’s soup for dinner. Or cheese and crackers, or something else that involves minimal effort to make and comes from the freezer. Especially if I haven’t had time to go to the grocery store.

14 thedopefishlives  Fri, Nov 15, 2013 6:08:13pm

re: #10 wrenchwench

Fishsticks!?!?!

:O

Not dopefish sticks. For one, one dopefish would make a LOT of fishsticks.

15 Bubblehead II  Fri, Nov 15, 2013 6:08:41pm

Night Lizards. The Wife just put Monster University in, so it’s now family time. Might drop back in in the A.M.

As usual, may the Deity of your choice smile down upon you and yours.

16 kirkspencer  Fri, Nov 15, 2013 6:09:10pm

re: #12 kirkspencer

Or get a double-rack or use off-set heat, and put a catch pan below.

I should note, by the way, that I collect fats when cooking. For general cooking duck is best, bacon second, chicken third. Pork is best for sausages, and beef gets added as a supplement to the dog food. (note I’m not talking lard and cauls here, just rendered fats.)

17 wrenchwench  Fri, Nov 15, 2013 6:11:50pm

re: #11 Charles Johnson

If these peccaries are anything like the javelinas in Arizona, they totally suck as game animals unless you’re desperate.

Yep, those are Collard Peccaries. I hear they are ‘gamey’ in the extreme.

18 thedopefishlives  Fri, Nov 15, 2013 6:11:55pm

re: #13 klys

In general, if I want creative food in the kitchen, I get to cook. I can sometimes corrall an assistant, but…

So on days like this where I don’t have time because there’s yet another problem set to work on, it’s soup for dinner. Or cheese and crackers, or something else that involves minimal effort to make and comes from the freezer. Especially if I haven’t had time to go to the grocery store.

When I was in my bachelor pad, I bought a ton frozen food because I had zero confidence in the kitchen and zero motivation to learn. Sure, my mom taught me how to follow a recipe but I’d never done it on my own and I didn’t really need to. When we got married and the budget tightened up, I learned to cook some pretty nice meals as a surprise / date night for my honey.

19 Charles Johnson  Fri, Nov 15, 2013 6:15:00pm

re: #17 wrenchwench

Yep, those are Collard Peccaries. I hear they are ‘gamey’ in the extreme.

This is only hearsay - I have never partaken of javelina myself.

20 ninja cat  Fri, Nov 15, 2013 6:15:04pm

re: #17 wrenchwench

Yep, those are Collard Peccaries. I hear they are ‘gamey’ in the extreme.

No idea how they taste but you can usually smell them a good while before seeing them.

21 wrenchwench  Fri, Nov 15, 2013 6:15:59pm
22 dr. klys  Fri, Nov 15, 2013 6:17:50pm

re: #21 wrenchwench

Later, lizards.

Especially fitting. I applaud.

23 b.d.  Fri, Nov 15, 2013 6:37:52pm

Love the pillow lips on those peccaries.

Those are some nasty critters, a pack of them chased my BIL up a tree outside of Laredo and if you can even find a tree out there it isn’t very big.

24 FemNaziBitch  Fri, Nov 15, 2013 6:44:14pm
25 FemNaziBitch  Fri, Nov 15, 2013 6:49:54pm
26 Targetpractice  Fri, Nov 15, 2013 6:51:12pm

In other news the media isn’t covering:

Administration: HealthCare.gov Really Is Getting Better

The Obama administration has said that HealthCare.gov will be “working smoothly for the vast majority of users” by the end of November. They’ve brought in Jeff Zients, a former corporate executive, to save the ailing website from its disastrous launch. So how are they doing?

They’re making serious progress, Zients said on a Friday conference call with reporters.

The administration is judging its improvement by two metrics, Zients said: the website’s response times and its error rates. In other words, how long it takes a page to load for users and how often users encounter a crash or error page.

In both areas, Zients reported, HealthCare.gov is improving exponentially.

27 Stanley Sea  Fri, Nov 15, 2013 6:57:43pm
28 Tim TeaBro  Fri, Nov 15, 2013 6:58:40pm

re: #11 Charles Johnson

If these peccaries are anything like the javelinas in Arizona, they totally suck as game animals unless you’re desperate.

Just marinade them in soy sauce and garlic.

For a year.

29 Targetpractice  Fri, Nov 15, 2013 7:01:55pm

re: #27 Stanley Sea

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Now just install a voice-recognition module.

“Engage…the movie.”

30 Tim TeaBro  Fri, Nov 15, 2013 7:03:58pm

re: #27 Stanley Sea

That theater could pay for health care insurance for 100 people for a year.

Private engineered home theaters cost >$500k to north of $1m. And they’re awesome. Especially if you’re not homeless/poor and don’t have cancer.

I’m sorry… those little pigs are teh cutenezz!

31 Amory Blaine  Fri, Nov 15, 2013 7:17:03pm

Legislators advance anti-abortion license plate in bitter, late-night session

In a return to form, the state Assembly closed out its last regular session day of the year Friday in the wee hours.

At center stage as Thursday slipped into Friday was a bitter debate over creating anti-abortion license plates. Legislators implied their colleagues were disreputable, questioned their motives, complained they were all acting like schoolchildren and griped about postings on Twitter.

The Assembly mostly avoided late-night votes in 2013 despite a long history of overnight sessions. But Thursday night the Assembly veered off its new, businesslike course and didn’t wrap up its work until just after 2 a.m.

Snip

The fight over the anti-abortion license plates capped a marathon session in which Republicans approved measures to reinstate Wisconsin’s voter ID law, tighten early voting hours, limit the ability to recall elected officials and restrict access to the site of a proposed iron mine in the North Woods.

As the night wore on, Republicans accused Democrats of wasting time, and their patience expired just after Democrats attempted to take up a resolution to honor the victims of last year’s Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting in Connecticut.

That resolution passed the Senate in September with unanimous support, but most Assembly Republicans blocked the measure from passing Thursday.

32 GlutenFreeJesus  Fri, Nov 15, 2013 7:21:46pm

Some (what I feel) great news on the local homefront. Wal-Mart has been pushing very hard for over a year to build a store in my town in the north Chicago burbs. The location they picked was horrible, but I was surprised by the backlash coming from fellow townies. After a year of unsolicited phone calls and junk mail from Wal-Mart, it’s finally a dead deal. My town ended up making it just too difficult for them to build a store. We actually did something right for once.

33 Targetpractice  Fri, Nov 15, 2013 7:28:01pm

re: #31 Amory Blaine

Legislators advance anti-abortion license plate in bitter, late-night session

It ever seem like we’re watching Wisconsin slowly sink into the ninth circle of derp?

34 GeneJockey  Fri, Nov 15, 2013 7:32:53pm

re: #33 Targetpractice

It ever seem like we’re watching Wisconsin slowly sink into the ninth circle of derp?

South Carolina on Lake Michigan?

35 dr. klys  Fri, Nov 15, 2013 7:35:10pm

re: #33 Targetpractice

It ever seem like we’re watching Wisconsin slowly sink into the ninth circle of derp?

I am currently rooting for my parents to move to CO over WI when my dad finally retires.

36 teleskiguy  Fri, Nov 15, 2013 7:36:17pm

Here comes Greggery, little Greggery Peccary!

So that’s what a peccary really looks like.

A peccary
Is a little pig
With a white collar
That usually hangs around
Between Texas and Paraguay
Sometimes ranging as far
West as Catalina

37 AlexRogan  Fri, Nov 15, 2013 7:36:30pm

re: #35 klys

I am currently rooting for my parents to move to CO over WI when my dad finally retires.

Wait…didn’t Hoops just move up there as a retired gentleman farmer or was it to Minnesota?

38 dr. klys  Fri, Nov 15, 2013 7:37:32pm

re: #37 AlexRogan

Wait…didn’t Hoops just move up there as a retired gentleman farmer or was it to Minnesota?

I know he moved somewhere but don’t ask me where it is.

But thanks to the phrase “retired gentleman farmer” and the fact that I watched Pride and Prejudice this week with my sister, I now have a mental image of Hoops as Mr. Bennet.

39 AlexRogan  Fri, Nov 15, 2013 7:43:20pm

re: #38 klys

I know he moved somewhere but don’t ask me where it is.

But thanks to the phrase “retired gentleman farmer” and the fact that I watched Pride and Prejudice this week with my sister, I now have a mental image of Hoops as Mr. Bennet.

I was thinking of Hoops more as Oliver Wendell Douglas.

;-P

40 GeneJockey  Fri, Nov 15, 2013 7:44:59pm

re: #39 AlexRogan

I was thinking of Hoops more as Oliver Wendell Douglas.

;-P

“Olivah! Oh, ZERE you are DAHHling!”

41 kirkspencer  Fri, Nov 15, 2013 7:45:59pm

re: #35 klys

I am currently rooting for my parents to move to CO over WI when my dad finally retires.

Gods help us, but be careful what you wish for. Colorado’s got the county secessionists, and Colorado Springs. While right now the Democrats hold majorities in both of the legislative houses it’s tight.

Worth noting that TABOR (/spit) is Colorado’s, and the state is still paying for it.

42 darthstar  Fri, Nov 15, 2013 7:56:20pm

I could do with some frisky hopping, but I’m tired and going to bed.

43 Dancing along the light of day  Fri, Nov 15, 2013 7:57:11pm

re: #37 AlexRogan

He’s probably packing as we type, on his way to WI. Or watching a ball game!

44 BongCrodny  Fri, Nov 15, 2013 8:05:21pm

re: #40 GeneJockey

“Olivah! Oh, ZERE you are DAHHling!”

I always thought that “Green Acres” got a bad rap. As far as sitcoms go, that show was freaking surreal.

My absolute favorite memory of that show was Lisa in the hot air balloon, throwing rutabagas imprinted with “Eat Hootersville Rutabagas” at unsuspecting people below.

45 dr. klys  Fri, Nov 15, 2013 8:06:10pm

re: #41 kirkspencer

Gods help us, but be careful what you wish for. Colorado’s got the county secessionists, and Colorado Springs. While right now the Democrats hold majorities in both of the legislative houses it’s tight.

Worth noting that TABOR (/spit) is Colorado’s, and the state is still paying for it.

Yeah, but part of this is purely selfish. It’s a hell of a lot easier to get flights to CO, and the scenery is better.

/ducks

46 Feline Fearless Leader  Fri, Nov 15, 2013 8:07:55pm

Good evening Lizards. Finally home and luggage unpacked from the week in the Chi-town suburbs. No delays with flights and travel went pretty smoothly.

Cats welcomed me home by tipping over the garbage can and unrolling the toilet paper in the bathroom. :(

47 dr. klys  Fri, Nov 15, 2013 8:08:51pm

re: #46 Feline Fearless Leader

Good evening Lizards. Finally home and luggage unpacked from the week in the Chi-town suburbs. No delays with flights and travel went pretty smoothly.

Cats welcomed me home by tipping over the garbage can and unrolling the toilet paper in the bathroom. :(

I haven’t unpacked yet, and there are 3 suitcases in the front hall.

Fortunately the cats are all about sitting on them.

48 FemNaziBitch  Fri, Nov 15, 2013 8:12:23pm

re: #46 Feline Fearless Leader

Good evening Lizards. Finally home and luggage unpacked from the week in the Chi-town suburbs. No delays with flights and travel went pretty smoothly.

Cats welcomed me home by tipping over the garbage can and unrolling the toilet paper in the bathroom. :(

WHAT suburbs? If you were in my neck of the woods and didn’t call … .
!@#$%!!!

49 FemNaziBitch  Fri, Nov 15, 2013 8:16:29pm

ACLU Takes On Catholic Hospital’s Abortion Policy

“Not only does the directive violate the Colorado statute that specifically prohibits hospitals from exercising control over a doctor’s professional judgment, it also interferes with physicians’ ethical and moral responsibility to their patients,” writes ACLU attorney Sara Rich in a letter sent to the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment on Wednesday. The letter asks the state to intervene to stop the hospital from enforcing its policy.

AND REMEMBER this I pages posted?
Do Bishops Run Your Hospital?

50 FemNaziBitch  Fri, Nov 15, 2013 8:18:25pm

Because you need to know:
Youtube Video

51 Feline Fearless Leader  Fri, Nov 15, 2013 8:18:32pm

re: #48 FemNaziBitch

WHAT suburbs? If you were in my neck of the woods and didn’t call … .
!@#$%!!!

Lombard/Oak Brook. Dark Falcon and I were talking about movies, malls, and restaurants a couple of times. Figured you saw that.

52 Feline Fearless Leader  Fri, Nov 15, 2013 8:19:09pm

re: #47 klys

I haven’t unpacked yet, and there are 3 suitcases in the front hall.

Fortunately the cats are all about sitting on them.

I have to unpack since the one cat likes to sleep *in* my red duffle bag.

53 FemNaziBitch  Fri, Nov 15, 2013 8:20:19pm

re: #51 Feline Fearless Leader

Lombard/Oak Brook. Dark Falcon and I were talking about movies, malls, and restaurants a couple of times. Figured you saw that.

nah, I’ve been on and off line, was sick week before last.

You WERE in my stomping grounds!

54 Feline Fearless Leader  Fri, Nov 15, 2013 8:24:26pm

re: #53 FemNaziBitch

nah, I’ve been on and off line, was sick week before last.

You WERE in my stomping grounds!

Oh, so now I have to convince my boss to send me to another training class out there…

I’ll keep in mind that you’re in that region the next time I get out that way. Hopefully with more mobility since I did taxi to/from O’Hare and other than that I walked everywhere.

55 Stanley Sea  Fri, Nov 15, 2013 8:26:05pm

Speaking of Chi Town I was going to get a historical non fiction of ww1 but ended up with this one..

amazon.com

56 FemNaziBitch  Fri, Nov 15, 2013 8:28:39pm
57 FemNaziBitch  Fri, Nov 15, 2013 8:29:35pm

re: #55 Stanley Sea

Speaking of Chi Town I was going to get a historical non fiction of ww1 but ended up with this one..

amazon.com

oooh, put that in my Audible queue.

I posted a couple of authors downstairs.

58 moderatelyradicalliberal  Fri, Nov 15, 2013 8:34:25pm

re: #24 FemNaziBitch

Right wing cyber attacks on Healthcare.gov website confirmed

Has this been discussed?

Not in the mainstream media it hasn’t and don’t expect it to be either.

59 Stanley Sea  Fri, Nov 15, 2013 8:35:05pm

re: #57 FemNaziBitch

oooh, put that in my Audible queue.

I posted a couple of authors downstairs.

Thanks!! I’ll go back.

60 moderatelyradicalliberal  Fri, Nov 15, 2013 8:35:23pm

Those things are adorable, but why aren’t they called piglets? They are pigs right?

61 Stanley Sea  Fri, Nov 15, 2013 8:38:11pm
62 moderatelyradicalliberal  Fri, Nov 15, 2013 8:38:55pm

Can somebody tell me why right wing shit is everywhere? Seriously, why does every liberal or non-conservative blog have News Max headlines. There’s a fucking Liberty University Advertisement on the left. WTF?

63 FemNaziBitch  Fri, Nov 15, 2013 8:41:01pm

re: #62 moderatelyradicalliberal

Can somebody tell me why right wing shit is everywhere? Seriously, why does every liberal or non-conservative blog have News Max headlines. There’s a fucking Liberty University Advertisement on the left. WTF?

People want to make money selling ads and the Right Wing has backers with big pockets?

64 moderatelyradicalliberal  Fri, Nov 15, 2013 8:44:05pm

re: #63 FemNaziBitch

People want to make money selling ads and the Right Wing has backers with big pockets?

Sometimes I wish liberals had the same flare for propaganda. Don’t we have rich people too?

65 FemNaziBitch  Fri, Nov 15, 2013 9:01:29pm

re: #64 moderatelyradicalliberal

Sometimes I wish liberals had the same flare for propaganda. Don’t we have rich people too?

The people getting paid by the Right-Wingers to ignore their ads?

66 FemNaziBitch  Fri, Nov 15, 2013 9:02:21pm

Well the Right-Wing sabotage of Healtlhcare.gov is being tweeted a bit. It should be interesting to watch this unroll.

I’m not sure I totally believe it —but sometimes the best way to get the info is to put out a fishing line … .

67 Targetpractice  Fri, Nov 15, 2013 9:03:24pm

Why does it not surprise me that, after screaming for days that the administration needed to do “something” about the inability of some folks to keep their crap insurance in order to keep his “promise,” the wingnuts are just now acknowledging that insurance companies can’t simply shift gears and either reinstate canceled policies or keep policies they intended to cancel without throwing the entire market into chaos.

68 FemNaziBitch  Fri, Nov 15, 2013 9:04:32pm

re: #67 Targetpractice

Why does it not surprise me that, after screaming for days that the administration needed to do “something” about the inability of some folks to keep their crap insurance in order to keep his “promise,” the wingnuts are just now acknowledging that insurance companies can’t simply shift gears and either reinstate canceled policies or keep policies they intended to cancel without throwing the entire market into chaos.

Maybe they realize the voters aren’t stupid as the chorus to which they sing? We know it takes both parties to make this government work.

69 FemNaziBitch  Fri, Nov 15, 2013 9:06:36pm

bbl

70 Targetpractice  Fri, Nov 15, 2013 9:08:01pm

Oh, and they’re also (predictably) accusing the White House of engaging in unconstitutional conduct by actually, you know, using the Executive’s power to execute a law to exchange how the law is executed.

71 GeneJockey  Fri, Nov 15, 2013 9:35:24pm

re: #70 Targetpractice

Oh, and they’re also (predictably) accusing the White House of engaging in unconstitutional conduct by actually, you know, using the Executive’s power to execute a law to exchange how the law is executed.

In other words, How dare you change the thing we were complaining about before we’re done complaining about it!!!

72 Dark_Falcon  Fri, Nov 15, 2013 9:39:45pm

re: #71 GeneJockey

In other words, How dare you change the thing we were complaining about before we’re done complaining about it!!!

More like “The proper remedy is to amend the law in question.” But that isn’t going to be pushed too hard because the House leadership doesn’t want to get the loons going again.

73 GeneJockey  Fri, Nov 15, 2013 9:45:09pm

re: #72 Dark_Falcon

More like “The proper remedy is to amend the law in question.” But that isn’t going to be pushed too hard because the House leadership doesn’t want to get the loons going again.

No, Dark, that’s not it. These same people cheered whenever Bush ignored or circumvented Congress. They don’t really care about the law, and the Constitution is just a way to keep their kind on top.

These folks will literally complain about anything. They were complaining the White House did nothing, then when the White House did something, they complained about that. We’re talking about a bunch of gullible chumps, who simply object to everything.

74 Targetpractice  Fri, Nov 15, 2013 9:55:46pm

re: #72 Dark_Falcon

More like “The proper remedy is to amend the law in question.” But that isn’t going to be pushed too hard because the House leadership doesn’t want to get the loons going again.

There’s nothing to amend, the law is working as intended. There is no need for a “fix,” except perhaps with how the media approaches this absolute joke of a controversy. Instead of throwing a collective fix over a small sliver of the overall health insurance market not being able to skate on crap insurance, they could actually be reporting on companies like Humana who deceived their customers into signing onto outrageously more expensive policies ahead of Kentucky’s insurance exchange roll-out.

75 Dark_Falcon  Fri, Nov 15, 2013 9:58:26pm

re: #73 GeneJockey

No, Dark, that’s not it. These same people cheered whenever Bush ignored or circumvented Congress. They don’t really care about the law, and the Constitution is just a way to keep their kind on top.

These folks will literally complain about anything. They were complaining the White House did nothing, then when the White House did something, they complained about that. We’re talking about a bunch of gullible chumps, who simply object to everything.

The officeholders aren’t chumps, at least not most of them. But the people they represent dislike President Obama intensely and to work with him on something would risk a primary challenge. As one of my university professors taught, members of Congress ‘run scared’, constantly working to be in the best position to be reelected. Given that the policy differences between Republicans members of the House and those who would challenge them for the nomination are actually small, stylistic differences have come to loom larger. Having a cooperative style with the other party often earns a member of Congress the dreaded “Washington Insider” label.

76 Dark_Falcon  Fri, Nov 15, 2013 10:02:09pm

re: #74 Targetpractice

There’s nothing to amend, the law is working as intended. There is no need for a “fix,” except perhaps with how the media approaches this absolute joke of a controversy. Instead of throwing a collective fix over a small sliver of the overall health insurance market not being able to skate on crap insurance, they could actually be reporting on companies like Humana who deceived their customers into signing onto outrageously more expensive policies ahead of Kentucky’s insurance exchange roll-out.

TV news programs would rather go after the president. Insurance companies buy commercial airtime, so going after them can cost money.

77 prairiefire  Fri, Nov 15, 2013 10:04:19pm

re: #76 Dark_Falcon

@@@@@

78 Targetpractice  Fri, Nov 15, 2013 10:04:49pm

re: #76 Dark_Falcon

TV news programs would rather go after the president. Insurance companies buy commercial airtime, so going after them can cost money.

Which is really rather the point, we don’t have a real fourth estate in this country anymore, we have entertainment programs that editorialize the news.

79 GeneJockey  Fri, Nov 15, 2013 10:05:42pm

re: #75 Dark_Falcon

The officeholders aren’t chumps, at least not most of them. But the people they represent dislike President Obama intensely and to work with him on something would risk a primary challenge. As one of my university professors taught, members of Congress ‘run scared’, constantly working to be in the best position to be reelected. Given that the policy differences between Republicans members of the House and those who would challenge them for the nomination are actually small, stylistic differences have come to loom larger. Having a cooperative style with the other party often earns a member of Congress the dreaded “Washington Insider” label.

That’s Congress. And the GOP caucus is a mix of chumps and unprincipled whores. GOP voters, OTOH, are mostly just chumps.

80 prairiefire  Fri, Nov 15, 2013 10:06:36pm

re: #76 Dark_Falcon

Plus there are the millions of unregulated political speech money. Although I have to say, Old Money is still Old Money.

81 Dark_Falcon  Fri, Nov 15, 2013 10:07:27pm

re: #80 prairiefire

Plus there are the millions of unregulated political speech money. Although I have to say, Old Money is still Old Money.

I do not understand the relevance of that last sentence.

82 Dark_Falcon  Fri, Nov 15, 2013 10:10:37pm

re: #78 Targetpractice

Which is really rather the point, we don’t have a real fourth estate in this country anymore, we have entertainment programs that editorialize the news.

That’s what we’ve mostly had in our history. The ‘news network as neutral arbiter’ was a post-WWII phase that has been ended by the march of technology. Nowadays a news broadcast has to fight for ratings and profits, and that means looking for coverage angles that do not alienate advertisers.

83 Bubblehead II  Fri, Nov 15, 2013 10:14:30pm

Engaging snooze mode.

// damn you spy!!!

Family movie was fun.

Night Lizards

84 Dark_Falcon  Fri, Nov 15, 2013 10:19:28pm

re: #83 Bubblehead II

Engaging snooze mode.

// damn you spy!!!

Family movie was fun.

Night Lizards

Same here. Good Night, All.

85 Egregious Philbin  Fri, Nov 15, 2013 10:33:14pm

Greggary?

86 First As Tragedy, Then As Farce  Fri, Nov 15, 2013 10:44:25pm

re: #64 moderatelyradicalliberal

Sometimes I wish liberals had the same flare for propaganda.

“Soup is Good Food”, by Dead Kennedys, 1985

Youtube Video

We’re sorry
But you’re no longer needed
Or wanted
Or even cared about here
Machines can do a better job than you
And this is what you get for asking questions

The unions agree
‘Sacrifices must be made’
Computers never go on strike
To save the working man
You’ve got to put him out to pasture

Looks like we’ll have to let you go
Doesn’t it feel fulfilling to know
That you, the human being, are now obsolete
And there’s nothing in hell we’ll let you do about it

Soup is good food (We don’t need you any more)
You make a good meal (We don’t need you any more)
Now how do you feel (We don’t need you any more)
To be shit out our ass
And thrown in the cold like a piece of trash

We’re sorry
You’ll just have to leave
Unemployment runs out after just six weeks
How does it feel to be a budget cut?
You’re snipped
You no longer exist

Your number’s been purged from our central computer
So we can rig the facts
And sweep you under the rug
See our chart? Unemployment’s going down
If that ruins your life that’s your problem

Soup is Good Food, Etc.

We’re sorry
We hate to interrupt
But it’s against the law to jump off this bridge
You’ll just have to kill yourself somewhere else
A tourist might see you
And we wouldn’t want that

I’m just doing my job, you know
So say “uncle”
And we’ll take you to the mental health zoo
Force feed you mind-melting chemicals
Til even the outside world looks great

In hi-tech science research labs
It costs too much to bury all the dead
The mutilated disease-injected
Surplus rats who can’t be used anymore

So they’re dumped (with no minister present)
In a spiraling corkscrew dispose-all unit
Ground into stew and flushed away
Aw gee!

Soup is good food
You make a good meal, etc:.

We know how much you’d like to die
We joke about it on our coffee breaks
But we’re paid to force you to have a nice day
In the wonderful world we made just for you

“Poor Rats”, we human rodents chuckle
At least we get a dignified cremation
But yet
At 6:00 tomorrow morning
It’s time to get up and go to work

87 First As Tragedy, Then As Farce  Fri, Nov 15, 2013 10:44:53pm

re: #85 Egregious Philbin

The nocturnal, gregarious wild swine!

88 Kragar  Sat, Nov 16, 2013 12:23:02am
89 teleskiguy  Sat, Nov 16, 2013 1:25:13am

Somehow, these tweets haven’t made their way into the current LGF comments. So here they are:

90 sattv4u2  Sat, Nov 16, 2013 4:39:29am

Downside of living in the south

waiting for a hard freeze to knock out the pollen that are causing my allergies to DRIVE ME FRAKKIN CRAZZZZYYYYY!!!!

91 Flounder  Sat, Nov 16, 2013 4:58:39am

Good morning, busy week at work, I hope everyone is well!

92 Flounder  Sat, Nov 16, 2013 5:01:19am

Opening day for big game, southern zone New York. Don’t let your brown dogs out! If it’s brown it’s down!

93 sattv4u2  Sat, Nov 16, 2013 5:03:32am

re: #92 Flounder

Opening day for big game, southern zone New York. Don’t let your brown dogs out! If it’s brown it’s down!

I’m sure that means something to someone somewhere!!!

94 Sol Berdinowitz  Sat, Nov 16, 2013 5:12:30am

re: #88 Kragar

If Bryan Fischer suspects something, then it is probably true, he has the weight of Biblical wisdom to back him up

/

95 Sol Berdinowitz  Sat, Nov 16, 2013 5:16:13am

re: #89 teleskiguy

Edward Snowden has spent his entire savings and lives in a crappy Moscow apartment under constant FSB surveillance.

I spent most of 1993 in a crappy apartment in Moscow, except that it only cost me $100 per month and I don’t think the FSB knew or care that I was there or what I was up to.

96 sattv4u2  Sat, Nov 16, 2013 5:17:52am

re: #95 Sol Berdinowitz

Edward Snowden has spent his entire savings and lives in a crappy Moscow apartment under constant FSB surveillance.

I spent most of 1993 in a crappy apartment in Moscow, except that it only cost me $100 per month and I don’t think the FSB knew or care that I was there or what I was up to.

You had no idea!
See how good they are at it!!!
/

97 sattv4u2  Sat, Nov 16, 2013 5:18:33am

See what happens when you don’t return your tray to a full upright position!?!?!

Rescue crews searched an area southeast of Miami after a pilot reported to the Federal Aviation Administration that a passenger fell out of his small plane into the ocean Thursday.

Read more: wsvn.com

98 Sol Berdinowitz  Sat, Nov 16, 2013 5:27:04am

re: #96 sattv4u2

You had no idea!
See how good they are at it!!!
/

I was not even registered at that address, things were so chaotic back then that I don’t think anybody was aware at all.

99 darthstar  Sat, Nov 16, 2013 5:45:52am

Okay…Yes, it’s Jean Claude Van Damme. And yes, it’s a commercial. But it’s pretty fucking awesome.

Youtube Video

100 lawhawk  Sat, Nov 16, 2013 5:48:56am

re: #99 darthstar

Saw that yesterday. Pretty amazing stunt, and according to Volvo, it’s filmed exactly as shown (they didn’t flip/reverse the film). It’s a practical stunt and not CGI or anything else. There was safety gear that wasn’t visible.

101 lawhawk  Sat, Nov 16, 2013 5:50:42am

re: #90 sattv4u2

We’re still waiting for that hard freeze up here in NYC metro area. We get a few hours of the cold weather before it bounces back up. Whatever molds might have frozen off come back the next day. Sucks bigtime.

102 Flounder  Sat, Nov 16, 2013 5:52:05am

re: #99 darthstar

Shit, and I still can’t back up with a trailer. Showoffs.

103 Varek Raith  Sat, Nov 16, 2013 5:53:11am

re: #102 Flounder

Shit, and I still can’t back up with a trailer. Showoffs.

I can, it’s easy.
Just that the stupid trailer ends up next to the cab.
Weird.

104 Varek Raith  Sat, Nov 16, 2013 6:02:18am

Who am I kidding, the biggest vehicle I ever drove was a F150.
XD

105 sattv4u2  Sat, Nov 16, 2013 6:08:54am

re: #101 lawhawk

We’re still waiting for that hard freeze up here in NYC metro area. We get a few hours of the cold weather before it bounces back up. Whatever molds might have frozen off come back the next day. Sucks bigtime.

Sometimes we don’t get one (hard freeze) till late December, or even January

106 sattv4u2  Sat, Nov 16, 2013 6:13:11am

re: #101 lawhawk

re: #105 sattv4u2

Sometimes we don’t get one (hard freeze) till late December, or even January

UPSIDE,,, unlike back home (Boston), if I want to play a round of golf in January I don’t have to do it in a ski parka and use black golf balls so I can find them in the snow banks, like I used to have to do on the Cape Cod courses that were open year round !!!

107 Flounder  Sat, Nov 16, 2013 6:13:49am

This guy sounds a lot like James Hetfield
Pop Evil-Deal with the Devil
Youtube Video
Good for some early morning nightmares.

108 sattv4u2  Sat, Nov 16, 2013 6:54:43am

And on that note,. the long quiet drive home beckons

109 darthstar  Sat, Nov 16, 2013 7:00:46am

Pretty good chart. Takes a minute to figure out that the traditional X/Y graph is still in play.

110 darthstar  Sat, Nov 16, 2013 7:22:56am
111 Eclectic Cyborg  Sat, Nov 16, 2013 7:36:40am

re: #89 teleskiguy

Somehow, these tweets haven’t made their way into the current LGF comments. So here they are:

[Embedded content]

Sounds like a good set-up for a Revenge/Thriller movie where a Faux Snowden decides to hunt down a Faux Greenwald and get even.

112 Eclectic Cyborg  Sat, Nov 16, 2013 7:37:21am

re: #78 Targetpractice

Which is really rather the point, we don’t have a real fourth estate in this country anymore, we have entertainment programs that editorialize the news.

I disagree. There IS a fourth estate, it’s just getting harder and harder to find.

113 darthstar  Sat, Nov 16, 2013 7:45:04am

Because immigrants won’t be able to sign up for what, exactly?

114 Backwoods_Sleuth  Sat, Nov 16, 2013 7:53:18am
115 Feline Fearless Leader  Sat, Nov 16, 2013 7:53:26am

re: #113 darthstar

Because immigrants won’t be able to sign up for what, exactly?

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I’m surprised they didn’t blame Benghazi for why they can’t talk about immigration policy.

116 ObserverArt  Sat, Nov 16, 2013 8:01:30am

re: #26 Targetpractice

In other news the media isn’t covering:

Administration: HealthCare.gov Really Is Getting Better

Go! Go! Go!

117 Romantic Heretic  Sat, Nov 16, 2013 8:06:45am

re: #109 darthstar

Pretty good chart. Takes a minute to figure out that the traditional X/Y graph is still in play.

[Embedded content]

I’m probably wrong, but my opinion is that inflation isn’t a problem per se. It’s a diagnostic indicator like the human body temperature.

Example: A person has a temperature of, say, 40C (104F). That’s way too high. So check for an infection. Maybe antibiotics. Ice packs under armpits. Or maybe just get out of the sun and rehydrate.

If they have a temperature of 33C (93F) check for bleeding. Treat for shock. Maybe get them indoors and warm them up.

There are a lot of reasons for human body temperature extremes, and for extreme inflation/deflation. In both cases they are indicative of a problem, not a problem themselves.

But we are, for the most part, at the ‘bodily humours’ stage of economics so most of our ‘solutions’ just make things worse.

118 Romantic Heretic  Sat, Nov 16, 2013 8:09:03am

re: #113 darthstar

Because immigrants won’t be able to sign up for what, exactly?

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Translation: We don’t want any more brown moochers in this country. But we can’t actually say that so we’ve come up with this non-sequiter of a reason to block it

119 wrenchwench  Sat, Nov 16, 2013 8:14:53am
120 Dr Lizardo  Sat, Nov 16, 2013 8:19:27am

re: #89 teleskiguy

Somehow, these tweets haven’t made their way into the current LGF comments. So here they are:

[Embedded content]

Heh. I live in a studio apartment with a kitchenette in Ostrava, but at least I’m not under FSB surveillance.

At least, I hope I’m not.

Today, I totally scored a 1970s vintage ETA 2403 vacuum cleaner! It’s even got all the accessories, and came with a new filter and replacement bags. A fellow downstairs on the fifth floor was putting up a little note on the notice board downstairs, giving it away, and I aced it. Works great, too, and it’s in pretty much brand-new condition - it was certainly well maintained.

121 GeneJockey  Sat, Nov 16, 2013 9:06:51am

re: #119 wrenchwench

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Get your minds out of the gatar!
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122 thedopefishlives  Sat, Nov 16, 2013 9:08:27am

Morning Lizardim from the warm and rainy wild north country. How go things in the war on derp this morning?

123 Backwoods_Sleuth  Sat, Nov 16, 2013 9:12:18am

re: #122 thedopefishlives

Morning Lizardim from the warm and rainy wild north country. How go things in the war on derp this morning?

A couple of new registrations hatched this morning, but they’ve been silent.

124 thedopefishlives  Sat, Nov 16, 2013 9:14:24am

re: #123 Backwoods_Sleuth

A couple of new registrations hatched this morning, but they’ve been silent.

I hope I don’t need to get a new gas tank for the troll barbecue.

125 wrenchwench  Sat, Nov 16, 2013 9:16:30am

re: #121 GeneJockey

Get your minds out of the gatar!
///

That’s better than the replies on the Tweet. Some of which were cute.

126 Iwouldprefernotto  Sat, Nov 16, 2013 9:16:38am

re: #124 thedopefishlives

I hope I don’t need to get a new gas tank for the troll barbecue.

Love the smell of troll in the morning.

127 Backwoods_Sleuth  Sat, Nov 16, 2013 9:21:08am

re: #125 wrenchwench

That’s better than the replies on the Tweet. Some of which were cute.

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balloons with streamers…I like that idea!

128 PhillyPretzel  Sat, Nov 16, 2013 9:27:51am

re: #124 thedopefishlives

I have my weber kettle grill on standby.

129 BongCrodny  Sat, Nov 16, 2013 9:29:40am

re: #89 teleskiguy

Somehow, these tweets haven’t made their way into the current LGF comments. So here they are:

[Glenn Greenwald is signing book and movie deals and launching a $250M media business. Pretty obvious who came out ahead.]

If we knew Snowden’s Moscow address, we could send him a “Glenn Greenwald made $250 million and all I got was this lousy t-shirt” t-shirt.

130 ObserverArt  Sat, Nov 16, 2013 9:30:58am

re: #75 Dark_Falcon

The officeholders aren’t chumps, at least not most of them. But the people they represent dislike President Obama intensely and to work with him on something would risk a primary challenge. As one of my university professors taught, members of Congress ‘run scared’, constantly working to be in the best position to be reelected. Given that the policy differences between Republicans members of the House and those who would challenge them for the nomination are actually small, stylistic differences have come to loom larger. Having a cooperative style with the other party often earns a member of Congress the dreaded “Washington Insider” label.

I said it the other day…and I’ll say it again. Term limits!

We need to get the thinking back that being a congressman is all about service to your country and not a life-long career as a lump collecting ‘donations’ from your backers.

If you want to make a name in two/three terms (2 senate, maybe 3 house?) you have to get moving and get some stuff done. It would change the whole look of what government could be about. Service like the military. And make it an honor to serve. Might get some honor back into congress.

131 Romantic Heretic  Sat, Nov 16, 2013 9:35:54am

re: #130 ObserverArt

I said it the other day…and I’ll say it again. Term limits!

To which I will reply with my usual objection by George Carlin.

Now, there’s one thing you might have noticed I don’t complain about: politicians. Everybody complains about politicians. Everybody says they suck. Well, where do people think these politicians come from? They don’t fall out of the sky. They don’t pass through a membrane from another reality. They come from American parents and American families, American homes, American schools, American churches, American businesses and American universities, and they are elected by American citizens. This is the best we can do folks. This is what we have to offer. It’s what our system produces: Garbage in, garbage out. If you have selfish, ignorant citizens, you’re going to get selfish, ignorant leaders. Term limits ain’t going to do any good; you’re just going to end up with a brand new bunch of selfish, ignorant Americans. So, maybe, maybe, maybe, it’s not the politicians who suck. Maybe something else sucks around here… like, the public. Yeah, the public sucks. There’s a nice campaign slogan for somebody: “The Public Sucks. Fuck Hope.”

As far as making public service an honour goes, well, good luck with that. In an economically deterministic society like ours honour doesn’t count for anything because it can’t be counted at all. If it can’t be put on a ledger it doesn’t exist in our society.

132 b.d.  Sat, Nov 16, 2013 9:52:30am

DudeBro “comedian” Russell Brand not allowed into South Africa for some reason.
huffingtonpost.com


One would think he would have asked if he was allowed before hopping on a plane there?

133 b.d.  Sat, Nov 16, 2013 9:55:51am

re: #132 b.d.

DudeBro “comedian” Russell Brand not allowed into South Africa for some reason.
huffingtonpost.com

One would think he would have asked if he was allowed before hopping on a plane there?

Guess he never got on the plane but this may be the lamest excuse I have ever heard of:

According to his publicist, Debra de Souza, Brand was denied access to the plane because ‘he did not have two free pages in his passport’, which is the minimum needed to enter the country.

Read more: dailymail.co.uk
Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook

Hard for me to get worked up over this

134 William Barnett-Lewis  Sat, Nov 16, 2013 10:02:17am

re: #130 ObserverArt

I said it the other day…and I’ll say it again. Term limits!
.

Term limits were considered and discarded by the constitutional convention. Hamilton in Federalist #72 discusses why: en.wikisource.org

In addition Madison in #52 en.wikisource.org argues that frequent elections is a better way of getting rid of bad representatives than artificially limiting their term of office.

While neither would be terribly amused by today’s political parties, the problems they cite with term limits for president or congress are still true despite the party system as it has evolved here.

135 sagehen  Sat, Nov 16, 2013 10:14:23am

re: #130 ObserverArt

I said it the other day…and I’ll say it again. Term limits!

We need to get the thinking back that being a congressman is all about service to your country and not a life-long career as a lump collecting ‘donations’ from your backers.

If you want to make a name in two/three terms (2 senate, maybe 3 house?) you have to get moving and get some stuff done. It would change the whole look of what government could be about. Service like the military. And make it an honor to serve. Might get some honor back into congress.

So none of our elected officials can stick around long enough to be the go-to for anything? Institutional memory and subject-matter expertise should rest in lobbyist hands?

136 Absalom, Absalom, Obdicut  Sat, Nov 16, 2013 10:17:30am

Both term limits and non-term-limits have their flaws. Term limits means that people won’t give too much of a fuck about pissing off their constituents, and will move more easily into lobbyist positions afterwards. Non-term-limits mean assholes stay in forever because of entrenchment and accruing favors and all sorts of incumbent advantage.

I seriously think that every rep and senator should be assigned someone whose only job is to point out where they fuck up the actual job, not the politics, but the job. And to point out gross ethics violations.

137 Targetpractice  Sat, Nov 16, 2013 10:22:42am

re: #136 Absalom, Absalom, Obdicut

Both term limits and non-term-limits have their flaws. Term limits means that people won’t give too much of a fuck about pissing off their constituents, and will move more easily into lobbyist positions afterwards. Non-term-limits mean assholes stay in forever because of entrenchment and accruing favors and all sorts of incumbent advantage.

I seriously think that every rep and senator should be assigned someone whose only job is to point out where they fuck up the actual job, not the politics, but the job. And to point out gross ethics violations.

Have a page behind them, repeatedly whispering “Remember, thou art mortal”?

138 ObserverArt  Sat, Nov 16, 2013 11:24:58am

I’m letting all your comments cook. Some good points.

All I know, what we have now isn’t very good. How else could a group that is at a 9% approval rating do what they are doing if they weren’t already in somebodies pockets? At 9%, you really aren’t even listening to your own district so you have to be listening to ‘other’ influences. Any worry about them being bought in by lobbyists makes me wonder where the difference is from term limit to no limits. What really makes this group tick. Sometimes it seems even they do not know.

My thinking is maybe if there were limits, then the lobbyists and money people would have to find new puppets more often which means the strings might not be attached near as deep and run as long as they are with someone who’s had a seat for so long.

Just kicking it around. Part of what drives me to think what could be done is this Congress at this time (Obama) is unlike anything I’ve seen in my near 60 years. Talk about a “do-nothing” congress. Isn’t this crap unprecedented?

139 Absalom, Absalom, Obdicut  Sat, Nov 16, 2013 2:32:45pm

re: #138 ObserverArt

My thinking is maybe if there were limits, then the lobbyists and money people would have to find new puppets more often which means the strings might not be attached near as deep and run as long as they are with someone who’s had a seat for so long.

It means that those ‘new puppets’ will know that as soon as they get out they get a job with the lobbying company or an associated organization.


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