Chuck C. Johnson: “I Just Hope Gawker Settles With Me”

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Cyberstalker Chuck C. Johnson is blabbing out of control to the Daily Caller’s horrible Betsy Rothstein about Gawker’s latest motions responding to his SLAPP lawsuit. Here’s his egomaniacal rant; obviously his lawyer didn’t tell him to keep his mouth shut about the case (like any competent lawyer would).

“The Gawker response was much weaker than I expected,” he told The Mirror. “It doesn’t rebut any of the substantive claims we make rebutting their libelous claims. They seem to be actually arguing that no one should take their bullshit blogging seriously. The problem is that thousands of people do.

“Rather hilariously their attorneys have decided to smear me again by claiming that my Senator Menendez story is discredited. The same day they filed that the Department of Justice confirmed everything I reported with Matt Boyle and David Martosko years ago. [Actually, if you read what the DOJ actually said, they didn’t confirm what Chuck reported. – ed.]

“Gawker’s lawyers haven’t done their homework but they sure know how to Google. In another example they recycle stories that claim that I outed a rape victim at UVA when we all now know what I knew then that there was no rape at UVA.

“In still another bullshit claim they are saying that because I have contemplated legal action against a number of media organizations for making things up against me, I’m not to be trusted. They don’t take seriously what is obvious: I probably could successful sue a number of these organizations for making things up about me. I just hope that Gawker settles with me before Hulk Hogan — or one of the several other gawker victims — takes all of their money.”

There it is, folks — he gave away his game. From the start, Chuck’s been hoping Nick Denton would just throw some money at him to make him go away. But judging from those motions Gawker’s attorneys filed, that’s not in the cards.

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199 comments

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Aug 25, 2015 • 12:20:07pm

Gawker’s lawyers apparently know how to google better than UpChuck can…

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Dr Lizardo  Aug 25, 2015 • 12:20:12pm

I wonder what sort of whining we’re going to hear when Chuckles gets taken to the cleaners by Gawker - I expect his meltdown is gonna be one for the history books.

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Chan Kobun  Aug 25, 2015 • 12:20:53pm

Someone not only stood up to him, they did it with an actual show of counter force.

And Mr. Shits is terrified.

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The Vicious Babushka  Aug 25, 2015 • 12:21:46pm

GAWKER COUNSEL: You want to settle with this guy?

NICK DENTON: No, let’s fuck him hard in the ass with a cactus.

COUNSEL: OK then.

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Kragar  Aug 25, 2015 • 12:21:46pm

Shorter Chuck:

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Fourth Football of the Apocalypse  Aug 25, 2015 • 12:25:06pm

Said to the voice of Butthead, friend of Beevis:

[CCJ]Uh, yeah, just give me the money, Buttmunch[/CCJ]

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KGxvi  Aug 25, 2015 • 12:25:30pm

re: #4 The Vicious Babushka

those are the kind of client consults you dream of having as a lawyer.

on the other hand, the one that happened between Chuckles and his attorney, that went something like this:

Saul Goodman: Don’t say anything to anybody about the case. Not one freaking word, you hear me?
Chuckles: But I’ve got all these podcast interviews! I’m going to bury Gawker
Goodman: NOT ONE FREAKING WORD!
Chuckles: Sue me, asshole

are the exact opposite of what you want.

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makeitstop  Aug 25, 2015 • 12:25:31pm

I think Chuck’s lawyer is dumber than Chuck. And I never thought anyone could have done that.

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Aug 25, 2015 • 12:28:03pm

re: #8 makeitstop

I think Chuck’s lawyer is dumber than Chuck. And I never thought anyone could have done that.

Actually, UpChuck’s lawyer is dumber.

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Nyet  Aug 25, 2015 • 12:28:09pm

They will settle alright, if Chucky is the one paying out./

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b.d.  Aug 25, 2015 • 12:28:21pm

Has Chuck claimed this was all one big joke that was misunderstood yet or does that come later?

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Aug 25, 2015 • 12:28:37pm

UpChuck’s lawyer:
Here’s Chuck Johnson’s Ludicrous Lawyer Letter to Twitter
Read more at littlegreenfootballs.com

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lawhawk  Aug 25, 2015 • 12:29:08pm

And this is why if you’re going to spread your fecal matter all over the Internet, you better know the lay of the land and who might actually return the favor.

Chucky thought he might get a payday out of a lawsuit that should never have been filed in the first place. He found a lawyer who ought to be ashamed of themselves for even bringing the suit.

And now that the suit has been brought, it can’t be un-brought.

Gawker has no reason to settle here. Not when they are very likely to win outright, and nail Chucky for the costs of defending the initial suit in the first place per the anti-SLAPP suit provisions, and it’s been possible for federal courts to apply the CA provisions to address the circumstances here.

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The Vicious Babushka  Aug 25, 2015 • 12:29:27pm

Where will Chucky get the money to pay the settlement/legal fees/judgment? Gofundme?

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Franklin  Aug 25, 2015 • 12:29:41pm

Sorry for early OT, but carryover from downstairs:

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Bubblehead II  Aug 25, 2015 • 12:29:49pm

Speaking of grifting assholes.

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Chan Kobun  Aug 25, 2015 • 12:30:01pm

re: #6 Fourth Football of the Apocalypse

Hey, let’s not insult Butt-Head by comparing him to Mr. Shits. Butt-Head at least had tiny flashes of near-intelligence.

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Teukka  Aug 25, 2015 • 12:30:08pm

So how long before UpChuck begins Wah. Wah. Waaaah!?

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PhillyPretzel  Aug 25, 2015 • 12:30:28pm

re: #14 The Vicious Babushka

From the hot asian wife. She probably does not have that much money.

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lawhawk  Aug 25, 2015 • 12:30:47pm

re: #10 Nyet

They will settle alright, if Chucky is the one paying out./

No need for the sarc tag. Because that’s the only settlement here that’s likely.

Oh, and I’d expect Chucky to claim that in any settlement that he made them pay even if it’s the other way around. Up is down and all that.

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Dr Lizardo  Aug 25, 2015 • 12:33:19pm

re: #20 lawhawk

No need for the sarc tag. Because that’s the only settlement here that’s likely.

Oh, and I’d expect Chucky to claim that in any settlement that he made them pay even if it’s the other way around. Up is down and all that.

Either that, or he’ll go ranting about he’s being persecuted for his outstanding journalistic efforts and his political views (snort). That wouldn’t surprise me in the slightest. He’ll play the victim card.

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Aug 25, 2015 • 12:33:48pm

heh…

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Jack Burton  Aug 25, 2015 • 12:34:07pm

Chucky:

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wrenchwench  Aug 25, 2015 • 12:34:57pm

C is for Chuck C., who made a mistake.

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Targetpractice  Aug 25, 2015 • 12:35:00pm

re: #21 Dr Lizardo

Either that, or he’ll go ranting about he’s being persecuted for his outstanding journalistic efforts and his political views (snort). That wouldn’t surprise me in the slightest. He’ll play the victim card.

He’ll find some way to spin it as a “win” for him. I’m looking for him to spin his settling for a much lower financial cornholing as his “scaring” Gawker into avoiding a costly trial with him, because they know he’d win the full $60 million.

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jaunte  Aug 25, 2015 • 12:36:24pm

re: #24 wrenchwench

Chuck, the Gashlycrumb Tiny.

It fits.

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Kragar  Aug 25, 2015 • 12:37:08pm

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Dr Lizardo  Aug 25, 2015 • 12:39:17pm

re: #25 Targetpractice

He’ll find some way to spin it as a “win” for him. I’m looking for him to spin his settling for a much lower financial cornholing as his “scaring” Gawker into avoiding a costly trial with him, because they know he’d win the full $60 million.

Yeah, something like “Gawker wanted me to pay $550,000 but I talked ‘em into accepting $200,000” or some crap like that.

‘Financial cornholing’……yeah, that’s what Chuckles has to look forward to.

And with that, goodnight, Lizards.

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makeitstop  Aug 25, 2015 • 12:39:52pm

re: #27 Kragar

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That photo just keeps getting more and more frightening.

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Eclectic Cyborg  Aug 25, 2015 • 12:40:28pm

I suppose in Chucks case being scared shitless is a VERY good thing!

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Jenner7  Aug 25, 2015 • 12:41:09pm

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Targetpractice  Aug 25, 2015 • 12:41:34pm

Of course, Chuckie is going to spin any result of this whole mess as a win for him. Even if it goes to trial and he loses, he’ll find some way to argue that Gawker came out of it looking worse than he did.

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darthstar  Aug 25, 2015 • 12:42:57pm

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Jenner7  Aug 25, 2015 • 12:43:03pm

Hey now!

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jaunte  Aug 25, 2015 • 12:44:55pm

re: #34 Jenner7

Shouldn’t take more than one northeast Texas county.

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Khal Wimpo  Aug 25, 2015 • 12:45:27pm

They keys to the suit are contained in these two citations:

Fuqua Homes Inc. v. Beattie 388 F.3d 853
Aoki v. Benihana, Inc. 839 F.Supp2nd

Basically, these state that 1) defamation claims are controlled by the state in which the corporation is based (i.e. Gawker is in NYC and NOT Missouri) and 2) in cases where the defamation is alleged to have occurred on the internet, then the law in the Plaintiff’s domicile (i.e. CCJ is in California) then also applies.

Here’s what happens next: 1) the case removed from Missouri court to Federal.

2) Jurisdiction will be found to be in California, since that is CCJ’s domicile.

3) The anti-SLAPP statutes will then swing into effect.

At that point, it’s all over but the crying. There will be an absolutely MASSIVE judgment against CCJ. He can try to bankrupt himself out of paying it, but Gawker’s attorneys will likely attach all assets and hound that sleazy little fucker to the ends of the earth.

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darthstar  Aug 25, 2015 • 12:45:33pm

re: #30 Eclectic Cyborg

I supposed in Chucks case being scared shitless is a VERY good thing!

A year ago, that asshole had a promising but likely short-term career in right wing grifting via the twitter. Now he’s going to be fighting financial liens for the next decade.

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Kragar  Aug 25, 2015 • 12:46:19pm

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nines09  Aug 25, 2015 • 12:47:27pm

Some people are incapable of just shutting the F up. I hope they throw him against the wall so hard he sticks to it.

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Eclectic Cyborg  Aug 25, 2015 • 12:47:38pm

It’s amazing how CCJ has made pretty much every wrong decision he possibly could.

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Timothy Watson  Aug 25, 2015 • 12:47:38pm

re: #22 Backwoods_Sleuth

heh…

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?

You can use a candidate’s name in your PAC’s name as long as it’s clear you’re in opposition to the candidate.

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ChuckJager95  Aug 25, 2015 • 12:47:44pm
POINT IS MADE BOSS

POINT IS MADE BOSS.

It’s interesting to note that all the big, scary mens at Fox News are rolling on their backs like supplicant dogs while the women are actually standing up for Kelly. Maybe they’ll realize the anti-women platform of the GOP and stahahahahahahaha sorry, couldn’t keep a straight face.

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Aug 25, 2015 • 12:48:22pm

re: #33 darthstar

Curt Schilling’s FB page is a regular cesspool.
facebook.com

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Targetpractice  Aug 25, 2015 • 12:50:21pm

re: #40 Eclectic Cyborg

It’s amazing how CCJ has made pretty much every wrong decision he possibly could.

I’m really wondering where he goes from here. He’s gonna be in debt up to his eyeballs, his credit’s gonna be tanked, and he has virtually no viable means of earning a living. Considering his run of luck, if he tried to commit suicide staged to look like an accident, not only would the insurance company refuse to pay the claim, but they’d likely bill his corpse for the cost of the investigation.

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HappyWarrior  Aug 25, 2015 • 12:50:27pm

re: #43 Backwoods_Sleuth

Curt Schilling’s FB page is a regular cesspool.
facebook.com

Great pitcher, terrible political commentator.

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nines09  Aug 25, 2015 • 12:50:52pm

re: #42 ChuckJager95

I’ll bet Geraldo likes the taste of Trump shoe leather.

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aagcobb  Aug 25, 2015 • 12:51:09pm

re: #27 Kragar

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Both creepy and hilarious, at the same time.

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KGxvi  Aug 25, 2015 • 12:51:11pm

re: #36 Khal Wimpo

actually, jurisdiction is more likely in New York because that’s where the defendants are and defendants tend to get preference on venue. but otherwise, yeah.

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Fourth Football of the Apocalypse  Aug 25, 2015 • 12:51:59pm

re: #38 Kragar

Ann Coulter is introducing Donald Trump at a rally tonight, in case you’re wondering about the state of the GOP right now.

George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, Abraham Lincoln, Teddy Roosevelt, and FDR are all rolling over in their graves so hard they’re bound to cause an earthquake.

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HappyWarrior  Aug 25, 2015 • 12:52:25pm

re: #27 Kragar

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That is so creepy but so funny too.

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Franklin  Aug 25, 2015 • 12:52:30pm

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Fourth Football of the Apocalypse  Aug 25, 2015 • 12:53:02pm

re: #42 ChuckJager95

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POINT IS MADE BOSS.

It’s interesting to note that all the big, scary mens at Fox News are rolling on their backs like supplicant dogs while the women are actually standing up for Kelly. Maybe they’ll realize the anti-women platform of the GOP and stahahahahahahaha sorry, couldn’t keep a straight face.

What point would that be, Gerard?

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HappyWarrior  Aug 25, 2015 • 12:53:18pm

re: #49 Fourth Football of the Apocalypse

George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, Abraham Lincoln, Teddy Roosevelt, and FDR are all rolling over in their graves so hard they’re bound to cause an earthquake.

I think even Harding, Buchanan, John Tyler, and Andrew Johnson are.

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#CampaignZero  Aug 25, 2015 • 12:53:22pm

re: #46 nines09

I’ll bet Geraldo likes the taste of Trump shoe leather.

Wasn’t Geraldo on the apprentice? They all kiss his boots.

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HappyWarrior  Aug 25, 2015 • 12:53:43pm

re: #52 Fourth Football of the Apocalypse

What point would that be, Gerard?

That sexism is only okay when it’s directed at targets of Fox.

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Bubblehead II  Aug 25, 2015 • 12:53:50pm

re: #44 Targetpractice

I’m really wondering where he goes from here. He’s gonna be in debt up to his eyeballs, his credit’s gonna be tanked, and he has virtually no viable means of earning a living. Considering his run of luck, if he tried to commit suicide staged to look like an accident, not only would the insurance company refuse to pay the claim, but they’d likely bill his corpse for the cost of the investigation.

Wonder when the “Hot Asian Wife” is going to dump his dumb ass. Before or after the trial?

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Franklin  Aug 25, 2015 • 12:54:20pm

re: #56 Bubblehead II

Wonder when the “Hot Asian Wife” is going to dump his dumb ass. Before or after the trial?

Depends if she has money.

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Eclectic Cyborg  Aug 25, 2015 • 12:54:38pm

re: #44 Targetpractice

Nornally I’d be a sympathetic, but every last bit of it is self inflicted.

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WhatEVs  Aug 25, 2015 • 12:55:13pm

re: #56 Bubblehead II

Wonder when the “Hot Asian Wife” is going to dump his dumb ass. Before or after the trial?

From what I read, she’s as whack-a-loon as he.

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Eclectic Cyborg  Aug 25, 2015 • 12:55:44pm

re: #59 WhatEVs

From what I read, she’s as whack-a-loon as he.

Brainwashing?

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Targetpractice  Aug 25, 2015 • 12:55:55pm

re: #56 Bubblehead II

Wonder when the “Hot Asian Wife” is going to dump his dumb ass. Before or after the trial?

Word is that HotAsianWife is at least as bad as he is, so it’s sort of hard to see her doing anything but encouraging him every step of the way.

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WhatEVs  Aug 25, 2015 • 12:56:40pm

re: #60 Eclectic Cyborg

Brainwashing?

Who knows. Why do half the women on Twitter spew shit against what women before them spent years, decades, more trying to achieve?

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HappyWarrior  Aug 25, 2015 • 12:57:55pm

re: #60 Eclectic Cyborg

Brainwashing?

Wingnuts of a feather. Just because she’s hot and Asian doesn’t mean she can’t be ugly and stupid ideologically. It does amaze me that he found someone though since he’s such an ass even if that person is his ideological equiv.

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nines09  Aug 25, 2015 • 12:57:57pm

It’s like a zombie bizzaro “Highlander” movie. There can only be one. The “quickening” is coming and all the whack jobs are falling all over themselves trying to find the keys to the clown car and the door to the mushroom basement called the GOP base. One after another they call out, and one after another debases himself in plain view of anyone with half a brain.

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Nyet  Aug 25, 2015 • 12:57:59pm

re: #27 Kragar

The Nut and his crackers. //

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HappyWarrior  Aug 25, 2015 • 12:59:23pm

re: #62 WhatEVs

Who knows. Why do half the women on Twitter spew shit against what women before them spent years, decades, more trying to achieve?

Indeed. I hate saying it as a guy but I really think there are some women who have no appreciation for what women before them fought for. I guess in a way since I’m a history nut as well as sentimental, I never took it for granted that women have the right to vote since my own grandmother would have had memories of that happening. She just missed being able to vote for FDR the first time too. Made it up for the last three though.

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Jayleia  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:00:11pm

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:00:25pm

re: #57 Franklin

Depends if she has money.

And if the new house is in her name only.
Also, she’s the one with a real job.

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FormerDirtDart  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:00:47pm

A Georgia boy who had a gun in his desk at school was taken into custody after the firearm accidentally went off, wounding a female student, WAGT reports.

Well, the obvious answer is for Georgia to institute mandatory gun safety instruction in all schools, beginning in Kindergarten. And, require bulletproof vests as part of school uniforms.
More in-depth local reporting

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HappyWarrior  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:01:04pm

Really if you’re a woman living with a degree of any kind, express your political opinions without fearing what others may say to you, enjoy being able to date who you want to etc, please don’t bash feminists.

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HappyWarrior  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:01:54pm

re: #69 FormerDirtDart

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Well, the obvious answer is for Georgia to institute mandatory gun safety instruction in all schools, beginning in Kindergarten. And, require bulletproof vests as part of school uniforms.

It’s too soon.// Glad the girl didn’t get killed but goddamn another one?

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:03:41pm

re: #69 FormerDirtDart

And in West Virginia this afternoon:

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HappyWarrior  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:04:35pm

re: #67 Jayleia

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I think it’s funny that the women on Fox spend their time putting down women who are out of the house while they themselves are out of the home. After all, we know Megyn Kelly, Gretchen Carlson, etc but we don’t know the other half. Nothing wrong with those ladies choosing to pursue a career outside the home by any means but the hypocrisy of them putting down women and saying “Well if only they stayed home like a good stereotypical 1950’s housewife than so and so wouldn’t happen.” Really shut up with that crap Fox, it would be pathetic in the 50’s and in the mid 2010’s it borders on making me wonder if you’re a time traveler who got lost at the Fox station and was told to put on this outfit and read the news.

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lockjawcanbefun  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:05:51pm

re: #43 Backwoods_Sleuth

He really is a special kind of whirlybird.

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nines09  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:06:34pm

re: #73 HappyWarrior

I think it’s funny that the women on Fox spend their time putting down women who are out of work while they themselves are out of the home. After all, we know Megyn Kelly, Gretchen Carlson, etc but we don’t know the other half. Nothing wrong with those ladies choosing to pursue a career outside the home by any means but the hypocrisy of them putting down women and saying “Well if only they stayed home like a good stereotypical 1950’s housewife than so and so wouldn’t happen.” Really shut up with that crap Fox, it would be pathetic in the 50’s and in the mid 2010’s it borders on making me wonder if you’re a time traveler who got lost at the Fox station and was told to put on this outfit and read the news.

Obviously they are looking to be raped by their own logic. Logic. Right. Yeah. You bet.

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HappyWarrior  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:06:41pm

Unmarried women who date who they want to should settle down and have a husband. And Ann Coulter who is over 50 is just celibate and not playing the field. I don’t care what people choose to do in their personal lives. I got no issue at all if any of the women on Fox want to have as many boyfriends as they can or even girlfriends if that’s their attraction but the hypocrisy of that network to put down women who work outside the home while having women you guessed it who are working outside the home to do that is disgraceful.

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nines09  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:07:26pm

re: #74 lockjawcanbefun

That’s the Curt I know…..

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goddamnedfrank  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:07:36pm

re: #36 Khal Wimpo

Here’s what happens next: 1) the case removed from Missouri court to Federal.

This already happened. Check the latest filings, Gawker is addressing the Federal District Court now. The removal occurred a month ago. CCJ had no opportunity to appeal because removal to federal court is a defendant’s unilateral right in cases over a set amount of money and involving a total diversity of jurisdictions.

2) Jurisdiction will be found to be in California, since that is CCJ’s domicile.

3) The anti-SLAPP statutes will then swing into effect.

At that point, it’s all over but the crying. There will be an absolutely MASSIVE judgment against CCJ. He can try to bankrupt himself out of paying it, but Gawker’s attorneys will likely attach all assets and hound that sleazy little fucker to the ends of the earth.

Yep. Chuck doesn’t understand that Gawker incurs basically zero risk at this point. They will secure a judgment against him and they will place liens against everything he owns. Denton has zero reason to settle and every reason to make CCJ suffer.

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Dr. Matt  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:08:09pm

re: #74 lockjawcanbefun

He really is a special kind of whirlybird.

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Curt Schilling was born in the deep in the heart of Dixie….Anchorage, Alaska.

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Franklin  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:08:12pm

re: #74 lockjawcanbefun

He really is a special kind of whirlybird.

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It’s all about Herita….wait, Curt Schilling is from Alaska?…Nevermind.

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:08:13pm

re: #74 lockjawcanbefun

He really is a special kind of whirlybird.

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wrenchwench  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:08:24pm

re: #73 HappyWarrior

I think it’s funny that the women on Fox spend their time putting down women who are out of work while they themselves are out of the home. After all, we know Megyn Kelly, Gretchen Carlson, etc but we don’t know the other half. Nothing wrong with those ladies choosing to pursue a career outside the home by any means but the hypocrisy of them putting down women and saying “Well if only they stayed home like a good stereotypical 1950’s housewife than so and so wouldn’t happen.” Really shut up with that crap Fox, it would be pathetic in the 50’s and in the mid 2010’s it borders on making me wonder if you’re a time traveler who got lost at the Fox station and was told to put on this outfit and read the news.

Phyllis Schlafly has been working since I was a little girl telling women to stay home and take care of a man. She’s 91 and STILL working, telling other women not to.

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HappyWarrior  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:08:33pm

re: #74 lockjawcanbefun

He really is a special kind of whirlybird.

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Dude you’re from a state that became part of this country due to a purchase by the Secretary of State by the president who led the fight against that nation. He does know that the KKK love using Christianity as a shield too so praising the CSA for their Christian virtues is just lame sauce.

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Franklin  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:08:51pm

re: #79 Dr. Matt

Curt Schilling was born in the deep in the heart of Dixie….Anchorage, Alaska.

re: #80 Franklin

It’s all about Herita….wait, Curt Schilling is from Alaska?…Nevermind.

re: #83 HappyWarrior

Dude you’re from a state that became part of this country due to a purchase by the Secretary of State by the president who led the fight against that nation. He does know that the KKK love using Christianity as a shield too so praising the CSA for their Christian virtues is just lame sauce.

Jinx!

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wrenchwench  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:09:10pm

re: #81 Backwoods_Sleuth

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Charles Johnson  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:09:16pm

Gonna be doing the Bob Cesca podcast in a few minutes, talking about you know who.

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HappyWarrior  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:09:32pm

re: #79 Dr. Matt

Curt Schilling was born in the deep in the heart of Dixie….Anchorage, Alaska.

I am telling you as a Virginian, it’s people like that I find most irrirating. Native born Southerners who buy the CSA was just rah rah shit piss me off too, hear me out but nothing gets me upset like a Yankee who loves him the Confederacy.

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goddamnedfrank  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:09:42pm

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HappyWarrior  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:10:04pm

re: #84 Franklin

Jinx!

Hey I actually made the same comment but by pointing out that Lincoln’s Secretary of State bought Alaska.

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HappyWarrior  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:11:01pm

re: #88 goddamnedfrank

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It’s nice to know that what they think employees should be to their bosses, they act like that to their bosses.Someone should just lock Geraldo in Al Capone’s vault until he finds a way to actually be a journalist rather than a hack.

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darthstar  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:11:20pm

re: #42 ChuckJager95

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POINT IS MADE BOSS.

It’s interesting to note that all the big, scary mens at Fox News are rolling on their backs like supplicant dogs while the women are actually standing up for Kelly. Maybe they’ll realize the anti-women platform of the GOP and stahahahahahahaha sorry, couldn’t keep a straight face.

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Franklin  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:11:33pm

re: #89 HappyWarrior

Hey I actually made the same comment but by pointing out that Lincoln’s Secretary of State bought Alaska.

Updated! All 3 comments within 30 or so seconds.

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FormerDirtDart  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:12:39pm

re: #79 Dr. Matt

Curt Schilling was born in the deep in the heart of Dixie….Anchorage, Alaska.

Speaking of southern heritage

Kayleigh Tipton told WAFF that Brian McCracken showed up to practice wearing a T-shirt that featured a Ku Klux Klansman in a white hood and a burning cross. The caption on his shirt read, “The original boys in the hood.” He was accompanied by his friend, Brian McDowell, who was wearing a “White Pride” shirt.

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HappyWarrior  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:13:35pm

re: #92 Franklin

Updated! All 3 comments within 30 or so seconds.

I do love as a Virginian by way of Pennsylvania union men never relish an opportunity to give a Northerner hell who supports the CSA. I obviously never knew my great great grandfather but I consider him a greater American patriot than Robert E. Lee. I mean that. Lee chose his state over his country in his nation’s darkest hour. GG Daddy chose his adopted country.

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Dr. Matt  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:14:34pm

re: #84 Franklin

Jinx!

I was first! I win!!!

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Targetpractice  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:14:40pm

re: #78 goddamnedfrank

This already happened. Check the latest filings, Gawker is addressing the Federal District Court now. The removal occurred a month ago. CCJ had no opportunity to appeal because removal to federal court is a defendant’s unilateral right in cases over a set amount of money and a total diversity of jurisdictions.

Yep. Chuck doesn’t understand that Gawkers incurs basically zero risk at this point. They will secure a judgment against him and they will place liens against everything he owns. Denton has zero reason to settle and every reason to make CCJ suffer.

If Chucky’s lawyer wasn’t a fruitloop…well okay, if he wasn’t a fruitloop, we wouldn’t be talking about a case here. But really, were he has sane, he’d be pushing Chuck to find some way to talk settlement for a paltry sum. Financially-crippling, sure, but far lower than what he’s gonna get hit with when Denton files anti-SLAPP and the court brings down the hammer on him. But no, they’re gonna insist on taking this to the bitter end, which is gonna see him hit with fines and fees that will make his eyes water.

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:14:45pm

re: #79 Dr. Matt

Curt Schilling was born in the deep in the heart of Dixie….Anchorage, Alaska.

Curtis Montague Schilling was born on November 14, 1966, in Anchorage, Alaska. His father, Cliff, served in the U.S. Army for the better part of his career and was stationed in Elmendorf Air Force Base at the time. When Curt was brought home from the hospital, there was a baseball glove in the crib that Cliff had placed there. The family moved to Kentucky, Illinois and Missouri before finally settling in Phoenix, Ariz. Curt’s father was a Pirates fan, and the first baseball game Curt ever attended was Roberto Clemente’s last. Curt also was a fan of power pitchers.

espn.go.com

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Fourth Football of the Apocalypse  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:15:24pm

re: #74 lockjawcanbefun

Coulda swore there were only 11 Confederate secession treason states. Maybe they count Missouri. But who else?

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Feline Fearless Leader  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:15:30pm

re: #87 HappyWarrior

I am telling you as a Virginian, it’s people like that I find most irrirating. Native born Southerners who buy the CSA was just rah rah shit piss me off too, hear me out but nothing gets me upset like a Yankee who loves him the Confederacy.

I somehow don’t believe his love of “that flag” has to due with the states of the South.

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makeitstop  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:15:46pm

So, this happened in NYC today…

Rentboy.com offices raided, 7 arrested in prostitution bust

I’m not getting this, though -

It was a Homeland Security bust carried out with help from the NYPD.

What in the world would DHS want with a prostitution bust?

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Fourth Football of the Apocalypse  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:17:03pm

re: #74 lockjawcanbefun

He really is a special kind of whirlybird.

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Liberty. You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means.

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Franklin  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:17:04pm

While we are on the topic of sporty people:

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Shiplord Kirel  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:17:07pm

re: #87 HappyWarrior

I am telling you as a Virginian, it’s people like that I find most irrirating. Native born Southerners who buy the CSA was just rah rah shit piss me off too, hear me out but nothing gets me upset like a Yankee who loves him the Confederacy.

I call them Copperheads.

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HappyWarrior  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:17:10pm

re: #97 Backwoods_Sleuth

espn.go.com

Hmmm he could have a Southern parent but Dad being a Pirates fan leads me to believe that at least in his father’s case probably not. That makes me sad thinking about Clemetne though. One of the best humanitarians ever to play the game of baseball. He would have been 81 last week.

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HappyWarrior  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:17:43pm

re: #99 Feline Fearless Leader

I somehow don’t believe his love of “that flag” has to due with the states of the South.

Yeah i don’t either. Just pointing out that there’s nothing more sad than a northerner who venerates that flag.

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Ace-o-aces  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:17:45pm

re: #44 Targetpractice

I’m really wondering where he goes from here. He’s gonna be in debt up to his eyeballs, his credit’s gonna be tanked, and he has virtually no viable means of earning a living. Considering his run of luck, if he tried to commit suicide staged to look like an accident, not only would the insurance company refuse to pay the claim, but they’d likely bill his corpse for the cost of the investigation.

It’s OK, most life insurance policies have only a 6-12 month no pay on suicide clause. After that, you can off yourself and your beneficiary still gets the full amount. (I recently bought some life insurance, which is why I know this. No, I’m not planning on killing myself.)

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:18:17pm

re: #100 makeitstop

So, this happened in NYC today…

Rentboy.com offices raided, 7 arrested in prostitution bust

I’m not getting this, though -

What in the world would DHS want with a prostitution bust?

Somebody who could be a national security risk on the client list, maybe?

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HappyWarrior  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:18:19pm

re: #103 Shiplord Kirel

I call them Copperheads.

Heh I know the term. I am sure you also know doughface. I called Roberts that several times after he overturned the VRA act.

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No Country For Old Haters  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:18:39pm

re: #88 goddamnedfrank

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makeitstop  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:19:18pm

re: #107 Backwoods_Sleuth

Somebody who could be a national security risk on the client list, maybe?

Could be. As good a reason as any, I guess.

I wonder how many members of Congress are freaking out right now?

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Franklin  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:19:40pm

I am questioning every memory of my childhood now :)

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Fourth Football of the Apocalypse  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:19:54pm

re: #81 Backwoods_Sleuth

I’m just over here laughing so hard at that Laughing is good for the Soul photo. So laughing.

////

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Feline Fearless Leader  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:20:46pm

re: #98 Fourth Football of the Apocalypse

Coulda swore there were only 11 Confederate secession treason states. Maybe they count Missouri. But who else?

Kentucky.

(South Carolina, North Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Florida, Arkansas, Virginia, Tennessee, Texas + Missouri and Kentucky)

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goddamnedfrank  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:20:48pm

re: #96 Targetpractice

If Chucky’s lawyer wasn’t a fruitloop…well okay, if he wasn’t a fruitloop, we wouldn’t be talking about a case here. But really, were he has sane, he’d be pushing Chuck to find some way to talk settlement for a paltry sum. Financially-crippling, sure, but far lower than what he’s gonna get hit with when Denton files anti-SLAPP and the court brings down the hammer on him. But no, they’re gonna insist on taking this to the bitter end, which is gonna see him hit with fines and fees that will make his eyes water.

In this case Chuck got what he paid for, pretty sure Burns took the case entirely on contingency, for like 75% or more of whatever money was recovered. Chuck had no other options and Burns had him over a barrel, being literally the only lawyer willing to file the suit at all. My prediction is that Chuck is going to end up trying to sue Burns for negligence / legal malpractice when this all blows up in his face.

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Bubblehead II  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:20:52pm

re: #59 WhatEVs

re: #61 Targetpractice

*shudder*

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Ace-o-aces  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:21:40pm

re: #74 lockjawcanbefun

He really is a special kind of whirlybird.

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So the 13 stars represent the 13 states of “succession”. But only 11 states succeeded. The stars represent the 13 slave states. Nope, nothing racist about that.

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:22:01pm

re: #113 Feline Fearless Leader

Kentucky.

(South Carolina, North Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Florida, Arkansas, Virginia, Tennessee, Texas + Missouri and Kentucky)

Kentucky never seceded.

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Feline Fearless Leader  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:24:30pm

re: #117 Backwoods_Sleuth

Kentucky never seceded.

en.wikipedia.org

A shadow state government was created and recognized by the Confederacy though. Much the same as Missouri.

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wrenchwench  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:24:32pm

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Fourth Football of the Apocalypse  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:25:00pm

re: #116 Ace-o-aces

So the 13 stars represent the 13 states of “succession”. But only 11 states succeeded. The stars represent the 13 slave states. Nope, nothing racist about that.

Maryland and Delaware were slave states, too. So there would have been 15 slave states at the time of the Civil War.

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:26:14pm

re: #118 Feline Fearless Leader

en.wikipedia.org

A shadow state government was created and recognized by the Confederacy though. Much the same as Missouri.

That shadow government was a bunch of butthurt slaveowners who were pissed off that KY sided with the Union.

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HappyWarrior  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:26:25pm

re: #117 Backwoods_Sleuth

Kentucky never seceded.

I don’t think Missouri did either.

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Bubblehead II  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:26:57pm

re: #86 Charles Johnson

Gonna be doing the Bob Cesca podcast in a few minutes, talking about you know who.

Cool. Would you please mock him relentlessly for us?

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The Vicious Babushka  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:27:15pm

Of course.

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LadyBehir  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:28:07pm

buzzfeed.com

David Duke. Now there is an endorsement I am sure will mean a lot.

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Fourth Football of the Apocalypse  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:28:41pm

re: #124 The Vicious Babushka

Of course.

My surprise face…

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:28:42pm

Arizona was territory claimed by the CSA during the Civil War. It was called Confederate Arizona.

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Franklin  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:29:21pm

Hmmmm……

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goddamnedfrank  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:29:38pm

re: #107 Backwoods_Sleuth

Somebody who could be a national security risk on the client list, maybe?

DHS covers immigration. Rentboy has an anti human trafficking notice (donotlink but still probably NSFW). I doubt that notice just came out of nowhere, human trafficking is an endemic aspect of such ventures.

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HappyWarrior  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:30:05pm

re: #127 Backwoods_Sleuth

Arizona was territory claimed by the CSA during the Civil War. It was called Confederate Arizona.

That’s right.

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ObserverArt  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:30:45pm

Dear Curt Schilling,

You may think that you could get away with your comparison of Muslims to Nazi’s in the current landscape of political banter. However, you are not Donald Trump.

Also, since The Donald is currently running about 30% in Republican polling are you the least bit scared that he may be the real Nazi and that 30% of the Republican base are his real brown shirt followers? You seem to like percentages, just thought you might consider it. You know, math and stuff.

Yours,

ObserverArt

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The Vicious Babushka  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:30:45pm

Antonio French has fallen for the wingnut BS that raising the minimum wage KILLS TEH JERBS!!!!!!

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GlutenFreeJesus  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:30:49pm

re: #114 goddamnedfrank

Imagine what that lawyer will be like. lol

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HappyWarrior  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:31:05pm

re: #128 Franklin

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Hmmmm……

I’ll give Schilling some credit for taking some responsibility rather than bitching at “PC police”.

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dog philosopher ஐஒஔ௸  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:32:43pm

Make America Great Again

Trump Declares America Is Not A Great Nation

typical liberal blame america first policy and socialist europsexual buttkissing just what we expect from overeducated types like him

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HappyWarrior  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:33:42pm

re: #135 dog philosopher ஐஒஔ௸

Make America Great Again

Trump Declares America Is Not A Great Nation

typical liberal blame america first policy and socialist europsexual buttkissing just what we expect from overeducated types like him

Indeed, can you imagine if that was a slogan by a Democratic candidate following a Republican president? “Why does Candidate A think America isn’t great.” It’s perfectly acceptable to put down America……………..if you’re a Republican running to replace a Democrat.

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wrenchwench  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:33:48pm

Fractions strike fear in the hearts of many grade schoolers - but a new study reveals that they don’t pose a problem for monkeys.

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Shiplord Kirel  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:33:53pm

There were 15 slave states: Florida, Georgia, North and South Carolina, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Texas, Arkansas, Missouri, Tennessee, Kentucky, Virginia, Maryland, and Delaware.
The constitutional state governments of 11 of these passed secession ordinances and were indisputably part of the Confederacy. The Confederacy recognized the outlaw factions who passed secession ordinances in Missouri and Kentucky. The constitutional governments of these states never seceded though. The slave states of Delaware and Maryland remained in the Union and this was never seriously in question.

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HappyWarrior  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:34:09pm

re: #132 The Vicious Babushka

Antonio French has fallen for the wingnut BS that raising the minimum wage KILLS TEH JERBS!!!!!!

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Disappointing. He’s entitled to his opinion of course but I think Antonio is quite wrong here.

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:34:12pm

The CSA claimed a lot of states/territories that never actually joined.

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The War TARDIS  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:34:23pm

Ever forgot where you parked your car.

This Norwegian man did in Germany. For three weeks.

Björn Brandvold never meant to stay long in Hanover. He was driving from Andorra back to Oslo, but decided to stop in the north German city to take money out at a bank.

After he was unable to get money out at the first bank, he went further afield. But when he finally withdrew money, he realized he had no idea how to retrace his steps - and he’d lost the piece of paper where he’d written down the name of street he’d parked on.

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HappyWarrior  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:35:04pm

re: #141 The War TARDIS

Ever forgot where you parked your car.

This Norwegian man did in Germany. For three weeks.

Now I am thinking of the Simpsons episode where Homer finds out that his car was illegally parked at 1 World Trade Plaza heh.

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The Vicious Babushka  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:36:03pm

re: #138 Shiplord Kirel

There were 15 slave states: Florida, Georgia, North and South Carolina, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Texas, Arkansas, Missouri, Tennessee, Kentucky, Virginia, Maryland, and Delaware.
The constitutional state governments of 11 of these passed secession ordinances and were indisputably part of the Confederacy. The Confederacy recognized the outlaw factions who passed secession ordinances in Missouri and Kentucky. The constitutional governments of these states never seceded though. The slave states of Delaware and Maryland remained in the Union and this was never seriously in question.

Lincoln placed the entire Maryland state legislature under house arrest so that they could not meet to vote for secession.

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FormerDirtDart  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:36:07pm

Bear sniffs out porn…

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HappyWarrior  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:36:30pm

re: #140 Backwoods_Sleuth

The CSA claimed a lot of states/territories that never actually joined.

Another way to put the clampdown on those who claim the CSA was about states rights is to point out that the CSA put down secession movements within their states. There’s going to be a new movie about the Alabama secessionists (pro union). I think Matthew McConnaughey is going to be in it. Forget the title but we’ve discussed it here. I really want to see that since I really think that’s a chapter of the Civil War seldom told- that of those Southern men who were proud Union men.

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ObserverArt  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:36:46pm

re: #63 HappyWarrior

Wingnuts of a feather. Just because she’s hot and Asian doesn’t mean she can’t be ugly and stupid ideologically. It does amaze me that he found someone though since he’s such an ass even if that person is his ideological equiv.

Case in point: Michelle Malkin.

She is not unattractive, but…

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HappyWarrior  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:36:55pm

re: #144 FormerDirtDart

Bear sniffs out porn…

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Bryan Fischer will demand his immediate arrest.

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HappyWarrior  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:37:47pm

re: #146 ObserverArt

Case in point: Michelle Malkin.

She is not unattractive, but…

She’s an attractive woman, much more than Coulter IMO but the second Michelle Malkin starts talking, you realize that there is a reason why attraction is not just looks.

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The Vicious Babushka  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:37:49pm

And how does Rand Paul propose to pay down the debt?
MOAR TAX CUTS FOR TEH RICHS!!! RAISE TAX ON TEH POORS!!!!!!

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Fourth Football of the Apocalypse  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:38:14pm

re: #140 Backwoods_Sleuth

The CSA claimed a lot of states/territories that never actually joined.

UNPOSSIBLE!!!

/

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dog philosopher ஐஒஔ௸  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:38:37pm

re: #136 HappyWarrior

Indeed, can you imagine if that was a slogan by a Democratic candidate following a Republican president? “Why does Candidate A think America isn’t great.” It’s perfectly acceptable to put down America……………..if you’re a Republican running to replace a Democrat.

republicans this cycle running the most negative campaigns about the u.s. i can remember

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darthstar  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:38:43pm

re: #144 FormerDirtDart

Bear sniffs out porn…

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Bear looks like he likes porn.

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Skip Intro  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:38:45pm

re: #69 FormerDirtDart

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Well, the obvious answer is for Georgia to institute mandatory gun safety instruction in all schools, beginning in Kindergarten. And, require bulletproof vests as part of school uniforms.
More in-depth local reporting

Why are schools wasting money giving these kids iPads? They should be getting guns, starting in the first grade, and be required to carry them loaded to school every day.

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Kragar  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:39:07pm

re: #149 The Vicious Babushka

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dog philosopher ஐஒஔ௸  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:39:43pm

re: #154 Kragar

U.S. tax cuts don’t pay for themselves: Republican-appointed official says

heresy! unclean! unclean!!

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:39:51pm

re: #149 The Vicious Babushka

And how does Rand Paul propose to pay down the debt?
MOAR TAX CUTS FOR TEH RICHS!!! RAISE TAX ON TEH POORS!!!!!!

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Somebody needs to tell that tweeter that, today in Anchorage, Rand said the Tea Party aren’t real conservatives.

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HappyWarrior  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:40:03pm

re: #154 Kragar

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But I thought tax cuts were paid with lollipops.

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The Vicious Babushka  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:40:25pm

re: #154 Kragar

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HappyWarrior  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:41:10pm

re: #158 The Vicious Babushka

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Fiscal conservative.///

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Shiplord Kirel  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:41:12pm

re: #127 Backwoods_Sleuth

Arizona was territory claimed by the CSA during the Civil War. It was called Confederate Arizona.

Slavery was legal in New Mexico Territory (of which Arizona was part until 1863), but there were only about a dozen slaves. Confederate Arizona encompassed what is now the State of Arizona as well as the southern part of present day New Mexico.

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De Kolta Chair  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:41:23pm

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HappyWarrior  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:42:35pm

re: #161 De Kolta Chair

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Governor Wanker strikes again.

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ipsos  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:46:06pm

re: #160 Shiplord Kirel

Confederate Arizona encompassed what is now the State of Arizona as well as the southern part of present day New Mexico.

As opposed to today, when Confederate Arizona encompasses everything north of Tucson and south of Flagstaff?

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WhatEVs  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:47:31pm

re: #100 makeitstop

So, this happened in NYC today…

Rentboy.com offices raided, 7 arrested in prostitution bust

I’m not getting this, though -

What in the world would DHS want with a prostitution bust?

Client list?

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Kragar  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:50:46pm

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Higgs Boson's Mate  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:52:20pm

re: #74 lockjawcanbefun

Wait, the Confederate states had the protection of God through the blood of Christ and they still lost? Those people could fuck up a two car funeral.

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Kragar  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:52:21pm

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HappyWarrior  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:52:35pm

re: #165 Kragar

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He does have a good plan for cutting down on waste though.

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jaunte  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:53:38pm

re: #149 The Vicious Babushka

Luap Dnar can’t decide which job he wants, but he has a plan for the rest of us.

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Fourth Football of the Apocalypse  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:55:21pm

re: #161 De Kolta Chair

We need to see some backbone from Obama on U.S.-China relations. He needs to cancel Chinese President Xi Jinping’s state visit. - SW
— Scott Walker

Yeah, Obama should just go ahead and do that.

/

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HappyWarrior  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:57:00pm

re: #170 Fourth Football of the Apocalypse

Yeah, Obama should just go ahead and do that.

/

He’d prefer it if Obama did things the Republican way. Talk all sorts of shit about China while being okay with the outsourcing because it helps his corporate buddies.

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WhatEVs  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:57:59pm

So this happened (FYI, I clipped the relevant parts):

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ObserverArt  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:58:37pm

I’m beginning to wonder how Trump will debate Hillary should it come down to it. If she pisses him off, will he go about calling her a bimbo?

I can see the steam rising out of that patch of hair up top of his head as she questions some of his statements regarding women. He will either have to shut up and let it happen, or he will go into caveman mode.

I wonder if The Donald thinks he could get elected without a majority of women in America voting for him?

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HappyWarrior  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:58:45pm

re: #172 WhatEVs

So this happened:

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i love it when they fight each other about who has a bigger dick (more conservative than thou.)

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HappyWarrior  Aug 25, 2015 • 1:59:12pm

re: #173 ObserverArt

I’m beginning to wonder how Trump will debate Hillary should it come down to it. If she pisses him off, will he go about calling her a bimbo?

I can see the steam rising out of that patch of hair up top of his head as she questions some of his statements regarding women. He will either have to shut up and let it happen, or he will go into caveman mode.

I wonder if The Donald thinks he could get elected without a majority of women in America voting for him?

I would pay to see that happen.

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Higgs Boson's Mate  Aug 25, 2015 • 2:04:28pm

re: #161 De Kolta Chair

The anti-China rhetoric coming out of the GOPers it too rich. They were the party that did every last thing it could to ensure the smooth and lucrative transfers of US jobs overseas. China’s MFN status was made permanent in December of 2001 - not December of 2009.

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wrenchwench  Aug 25, 2015 • 2:04:41pm

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Fourth Football of the Apocalypse  Aug 25, 2015 • 2:06:44pm

re: #172 WhatEVs

Show me on the doll where…..

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sizzzzlerz  Aug 25, 2015 • 2:09:14pm

re: #33 darthstar

It would appear Schilling is fluffing up his resumé so as to fit into the Trump campaign in some capacity. Liaison to all the racist groups, perhaps. He has some free time now, as I understand it.

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WhatEVs  Aug 25, 2015 • 2:09:16pm

re: #174 HappyWarrior

re: #178 Fourth Football of the Apocalypse

I love the…

Here’s the link.

Show me the proof!

It’s at the LINK. You can get it yourself from a FOIA request.

SHOW ME YOUR FOIA REQUEST!

It’s just…stunning. It’s like screaming “I want to be an ostrich! Don’t make me take my head out of the sand!”

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Eric The Fruit Bat  Aug 25, 2015 • 2:09:42pm

re: #25 Targetpractice

Yeah, just like the Sad Puppies and Rabid Puppies claiming wins when their submissions during the Hugo Awards wound up not taking home any rockets.

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BeachDem  Aug 25, 2015 • 2:10:43pm

re: #33 darthstar

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Why did the odious creep still have a job there in the first place? He’s been tweeting bogus, offensive crap for a long time.

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Blind Frog Belly White  Aug 25, 2015 • 2:11:33pm

re: #180 WhatEVs

I love the…

It’s just…stunning. It’s like screaming “I want to be an ostrich! Don’t make me take my head out of the sand!”

DO MY HOMEWORK FOR ME!!

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HappyWarrior  Aug 25, 2015 • 2:14:22pm

re: #182 BeachDem

Why did the odious creep still have a job there in the first place? He’s been tweeting bogus, offensive crap for a long time.

Jock welfare. It’s how now convicted rapist Darren Sharper got a job at NFL Network. You played a sport, did pretty well, and can speak English, you’re going to get offered that kind of gig.

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ObserverArt  Aug 25, 2015 • 2:17:26pm

And lets not forget Schilling going crazy about the Tweet war he had with some nitwits giving him crap about his minor daughter. I guess he does not learn much about tweeting and how they can be read and spread in very little time. Now he gets to experience the tweet kickback himself.

I’m thinking Curt isn’t very bright. Or, he is too arrogant to actually think about the backlash.

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Fourth Football of the Apocalypse  Aug 25, 2015 • 2:17:43pm

re: #180 WhatEVs

Can’t put anything past that brilliant free market Sara. Show me the government document that says ‘welfare’ on it and has Donald’s name on it and prove to me that….

//

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Decatur Deb  Aug 25, 2015 • 2:20:17pm

re: #93 FormerDirtDart

Speaking of southern heritage

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Huntsville is the smart part of Alabama.

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wrenchwench  Aug 25, 2015 • 2:20:31pm

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freetoken  Aug 25, 2015 • 2:21:42pm

Incompetent lawyers, like CCJ’s, is one thing.

Successfully malicious lawyers are something else:

Attorney Hounding Climate Scientists Covertly Funded By Coal Industry

Christopher Horner, an attorney who claims that the earth is cooling, is known within the scientific community for hounding climate change researchers with relentless investigations and public ridicule, often deriding scientists as “communists” and frauds.

Horner is a regular guest on Fox News and CNN, and has been affiliated with a number of think tanks and legal organizations over the last decade. He has called for investigations of climate scientists affiliated with the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change and NASA, and inundated climate researchers at major universities across the country with record requests that critics say are designed to distract them from their work.

New court documents reveal one source of Horner’s funding: big coal.

Last Thursday’s bankruptcy filing of Alpha Natural Resources, one of the largest coal companies in America, includes line items for all of the corporation’s contractors and grant recipients. Among them are Horner individually at his home address as well as the Free Market Environmental Law Clinic, where he is senior staff attorney.

[…]

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Fourth Football of the Apocalypse  Aug 25, 2015 • 2:23:17pm

re: #180 WhatEVs

I love the…

It’s just…stunning. It’s like screaming “I want to be an ostrich! Don’t make me take my head out of the sand!”

I don’t have to luk up your stupid liberal links and HERE IS PLANNED PARENTHOOD MURDER VIDEOS WATCH ALL ELEVENTY HOURS FOR TROOF!!!!!

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wrenchwench  Aug 25, 2015 • 2:27:23pm

re: #189 freetoken

Incompetent lawyers, like CCJ’s, is one thing.

Successfully malicious lawyers are something else:

Attorney Hounding Climate Scientists Covertly Funded By Coal Industry

Literally inspired by the tobacco shills.

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Decatur Deb  Aug 25, 2015 • 2:28:56pm

re: #98 Fourth Football of the Apocalypse

Coulda swore there were only 11 Confederate secession treason states. Maybe they count Missouri. But who else?

Kentucky, in their secessionist dreams.

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dell*nix  Aug 25, 2015 • 2:30:27pm

re: #153 Skip Intro

For Japanese gun porn anime see Upotte!
Hulu Video It is a mix of guns and girls for the 13 year old boy. Does provide an education on semi and full automatic weapons and how to behave in totally incorrect manners with weapons. Totally insane anime. No actual porn by the way. Just stupid 13 year old humor.

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Decatur Deb  Aug 25, 2015 • 2:30:41pm

re: #145 HappyWarrior

Another way to put the clampdown on those who claim the CSA was about states rights is to point out that the CSA put down secession movements within their states. There’s going to be a new movie about the Alabama secessionists (pro union). I think Matthew McConnaughey is going to be in it. Forget the title but we’ve discussed it here. I really want to see that since I really think that’s a chapter of the Civil War seldom told- that of those Southern men who were proud Union men.

It will be State of Jones or a similar title.

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Decatur Deb  Aug 25, 2015 • 2:36:22pm

re: #104 HappyWarrior

Hmmm he could have a Southern parent but Dad being a Pirates fan leads me to believe that at least in his father’s case probably not. That makes me sad thinking about Clemetne though. One of the best humanitarians ever to play the game of baseball. He would have been 81 last week.

Clemente was the anti-Schilling. He did more to break down racial animosity than anyone who ever lived in Pittsburgh. No one could hate Clemente except a NY Yankee.

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HappyWarrior  Aug 25, 2015 • 2:37:39pm

re: #194 Decatur Deb

It will be State of Jones or a similar title.

Yeah that sounds right, thanks. Definitely will be on my to see list.

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HappyWarrior  Aug 25, 2015 • 2:39:06pm

re: #195 Decatur Deb

Clemente was the anti-Schilling. He did more to break down racial animosity than anyone who ever lived in Pittsburgh. No one could hate Clemente except a NY Yankee.

He was so perfect for that city. Did you read the David Maraniss biography on him that came out about 5 or so years back? Really well written and researched. I have a huge soft spot for the 1960 Pirates precisely because they beat the Yankees. Clemente got a hit in all seven games just like he would eleven years later.

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Decatur Deb  Aug 25, 2015 • 2:42:05pm

re: #197 HappyWarrior

He was so perfect for that city. Did you read the David Maraniss biography on him that came out about 5 or so years back? Really well written and researched. I have a huge soft spot for the 1960 Pirates precisely because they beat the Yankees. Clemente got a hit in all seven games just like he would eleven years later.

Haven’t read it. Our school put the 1960 final game on the PA system.

My grandfather and his brother were natural racists—they didn’t have to put any thought or effort into it, it just came to them. They loved Clemente.

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Aug 25, 2015 • 3:04:03pm

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