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1
Eric The Fruit Bat  Dec 26, 2015 • 9:20:56pm
2
Charles Johnson  Dec 26, 2015 • 9:29:11pm
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teleskiguy  Dec 26, 2015 • 9:35:36pm

I miss living in Steamboat Springs. The place is etched in my mind forever. I learned how to telemark ski there.

The guy that taught me how to telemark ski backwards took this photograph this evening. I’ve been on that track before.

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teleskiguy  Dec 26, 2015 • 9:36:57pm

re: #3 teleskiguy

First time I ever read LGF was in the Bud Werner Memorial Library in Steamboat Springs, CO.

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austin_blue  Dec 26, 2015 • 10:12:35pm

Dallas took it in the neck tonight. Two big wedge tornados, one ripping through east Dallas and Garland, the other from Waxahachie through Rowlett. Sadly, many dead.

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teleskiguy  Dec 26, 2015 • 10:17:18pm

Good god.

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teleskiguy  Dec 26, 2015 • 10:21:19pm
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austin_blue  Dec 26, 2015 • 10:21:29pm

re: #6 teleskiguy

Good god.

[Embedded content]

That’s a solid F3 or F4. Big wedge. We get those in the spring in Texas, but Christmas? Not so much.

We are entering an age of Heavy Weather. Strap in. It’s the new normal.

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Mattand  Dec 26, 2015 • 10:28:52pm

re: #8 austin_blue

That’s a solid F3 or F4. Big wedge. We get those in the spring in Texas, but Christmas? Not so much.

We are entering an age of Heavy Weather. Strap in. It’s the new normal.

I was wondering about that. I thought tornado season ended by September.

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retired cynic  Dec 26, 2015 • 10:33:07pm

re: #9 Mattand

I was wondering about that. I thought tornado season ended by September.

Back in 1957 or 58, our house was destroyed a day or two before Christmas. Pin point tornado that bounced through town (southern Illinois), hitting one house, then skipping down hill and across the street to get another. We had just moved out and were renting the house. Very fortunately, my father had built a very stout workbench in the basement, and the woman and children we had rented it to got under that. The entire two story, complete with fireplace came down on them but they weren’t hurt. So it has happened before. Not sure about this kind of outbreak, however.

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austin_blue  Dec 26, 2015 • 10:35:30pm

re: #9 Mattand

I was wondering about that. I thought tornado season ended by September.

There have historically been November/December outbreaks, although rare and minor. They are just more common and violent in recent years. Welcome to the greenhouse.

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austin_blue  Dec 26, 2015 • 10:42:37pm

re: #10 retired cynic

Back in 1957 or 58, our house was destroyed a day or two before Christmas. Pin point tornado that bounced through town (southern Illinois), hitting one house, then skipping down hill and across the street to get another. We had just moved out and were renting the house. Very fortunately, my father had built a very stout workbench in the basement, and the woman and children we had rented it to got under that. The entire two story, complete with fireplace came down on them but they weren’t hurt. So it has happened before. Not sure about this kind of outbreak, however.

Exactly! An F1 or F2 tornado has never been uncommon in December. These big wedges are killers, though, and are historically uncommon, and increasingly occurring.

I wonder what could be a reasonable explanation for why that is happening?

nudge nudge wink wink

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freetoken  Dec 26, 2015 • 10:44:46pm

Does anyone here use archive.org’s wayback machine to take snapshots of their website?

I’ve done it before, but now the Wayback machine is balking, stopping because of the robots.txt file supposedly.

Well, I didn’t have a robots.txt file in the root of the domain so I’m not sure why it balked. But I added a robots.txt file with the widest possible permission, to try and see if that would work.

But the wayback machine is still balking, complaining about the robots.txt file.

Frustrating.

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austin_blue  Dec 26, 2015 • 10:54:09pm

re: #13 freetoken

Does anyone here use archive.org’s wayback machine to take snapshots of their website?

I’ve done it before, but now the Wayback machine is balking, stopping because of the robots.txt file supposedly.

Well, I didn’t have a robots.txt file in the root of the domain so I’m not sure why it balked. But I added a robots.txt file with the widest possible permission, to try and see if that would work.

But the wayback machine is still balking, complaining about the robots.txt file.

Frustrating.

I would strongly suggest e-mailing Mr. Peabody and asking him for technical advice. He seemed to be the ultimate guru, if I recall correctly.

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Mattand  Dec 26, 2015 • 10:55:29pm

re: #11 austin_blue

There have historically been November/December outbreaks, although rare and minor. They are just more common and violent in recent years. Welcome to the greenhouse.

I was running around South Philly in shorts on Xmas day. 73° F. A good chunk of the Northeast was in the same boat.

Between this and the tornados you guys are getting punished with? I guess I should be shocked that people in the US still deny global warning (coughREPUBLICANScough), but unfortunately, I’m not.

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freetoken  Dec 26, 2015 • 10:56:25pm

re: #14 austin_blue

Well, I’m having trouble logging in too.

So it may be that the archives.org just is having problems right now.

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freetoken  Dec 26, 2015 • 10:58:00pm

I notice that the last time that LGF has been snapshot on Wayback is 4 Dec.

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ausador  Dec 26, 2015 • 10:59:19pm

NWS says 5.6” of snow in Lubbock area already…

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freetoken  Dec 26, 2015 • 11:04:25pm

Well, it appears as if I was able to get the Wayback machine to take a snapshot of littlegreenfootballs.com … but it is still balking at my own domain.

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ausador  Dec 26, 2015 • 11:05:05pm

I-30 closed due to storm debris and flooding while I-40 is closed due to whiteout conditions. Texas weather is bonkers right now, predicting a raised chance of similar strong storms tomorrow also.

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ausador  Dec 26, 2015 • 11:17:26pm
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Belafon  Dec 26, 2015 • 11:24:42pm

Just got back from helping search over in Rowlette (I’m a member of one of the CERT teams in the area). Some houses completely levelled, a lot of houses uninhabitable and will have to be destroyed. One car on its side. Searched a few houses for people but didn’t find anyone. After we got done with about 1.5 hours of searching, another team took over. I will be going out again at about 8 am to do some daylight work.

Edit: Hard to tell the complete extent of the damage in the dark, but there were places where all the houses were damaged and it really did look like war zone pictures.

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freetoken  Dec 26, 2015 • 11:24:42pm

Ok, this is maddening.

I have removed all robots.txt files from my domain.

Wayback machine is still complaining about robots.txt .

It just doesn’t make sense.

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freetoken  Dec 26, 2015 • 11:29:54pm

Looking at the list of visitors to my domain… and I see nothing that could be from the Archive.

I can only guess that my host provider somehow is blocking crawlers now that is upsetting the Wayback machine somehow.

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ausador  Dec 26, 2015 • 11:35:11pm

More bad weather on the way. :(

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Belafon  Dec 26, 2015 • 11:41:43pm

re: #24 freetoken

Can’t you make a robots.txt file that says yes, you can look at everything?

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freetoken  Dec 26, 2015 • 11:42:09pm

re: #26 Belafon

Can’t you make a robots.txt file that says yes, you can look at everything?

Tried that, didn’t work.

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freetoken  Dec 26, 2015 • 11:43:44pm

re: #26 Belafon

I’m not even seeing the wayback machine show up in the visitor log.

I now suspect that the host company has some sort of filtering in place to stop all but the google/bing bots.

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freetoken  Dec 26, 2015 • 11:53:53pm

One of the Christmas sub-genres is a little…well, let’s just say red-light district.

The most famous entry in this category is probably Clarence Carter’s “Back Door Santa”… but we’ve played that one before.

So here we present Kay Martin & Her Body Guards with “Santa’s Doing the Horizontal Twist”:

MP3 Audio

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Usually refered to as anyways  Dec 27, 2015 • 12:14:20am

re: #13 freetoken

Does anyone here use archive.org’s wayback machine to take snapshots of their website?

I’ve done it before, but now the Wayback machine is balking, stopping because of the robots.txt file supposedly.

Well, I didn’t have a robots.txt file in the root of the domain so I’m not sure why it balked. But I added a robots.txt file with the widest possible permission, to try and see if that would work.

But the wayback machine is still balking, complaining about the robots.txt file.

Frustrating.

Seems they think you shouldn’t have one.
archiveteam.org

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Nyet  Dec 27, 2015 • 12:19:24am

re: #30 Usually refered to as anyways

What does it have to do with archive.org?

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Usually refered to as anyways  Dec 27, 2015 • 12:21:42am

re: #31 Nyet

Ducking back down under my desk…
Back to my beer…

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Pawn of the Oppressor  Dec 27, 2015 • 2:49:50am

Good gods almighty… I just got in from an 18-hour drive from Durango, CO to DFW. I drove through EVERYTHING.

This morning I had to leave west out of Pagosa Springs on 160 to Durango and then angle down, because everything east out of Pagosa was closed. I didn’t mind, the drive was absolutely beautiful.

Until I got back towards NM:

Cuba, NM to Bernalilo, NM, and down towards Albuquerque - gray-out blizzard at dinnertime.

I was trying to reach I-40 through Albuquerque to get east as fast as possible, but somebody wrecked just east of Sandia and tied up traffic for ten miles in every direction, so I went NORTH on 25 to gas up in Santa Fe and find another way down to 40…

25 from Albuquerque to Santa Fe - fresh-fallen snow right at 4 PM, Santa Fe was completely slicked over including all the ramps and there were cars and trucks skidding and sliding at literally every intersection. Just popping in to get gas was a ticket to a demolition derby. Lots of joints dropped on the flooboards trying to save from spinouts.

Santa Fe to Cline’s Corners on 285 - 40 miles of white-out, southbound lane was completely covered in 2” of fresh-blown snow and I pretty much surfed my car at a steady 40 mph to keep from bogging down.

Clines Corners to Santa Rosa/Tucumcari - For about five miles I thought I had outrun the storm, but I was wrong about its direction, and right at sunset I ran into the edge of it. It was absolutely mortifying, like the fucking end of the world. Twilight had descended and gray clouds of snow were slamming down across I-40 and it was like some kind of alien planet.

Then came 60+ miles of honest to goodness Little House On The Prairie nightmare blizzard. Blacked-out, sideways snow pelting the car and curling across the road with me holding about 1” of left steering to keep on the road, it looked like videotape of Antarctica. Just incredible.

Finally broke out ahead of it just shy of Amarillo, but the winds in Amarillo at 9 PM were hurricane-force. I stopped at the Shell station at the east end of town and up on the hillside I thought the wind was about to tear the station down on my head.

Amarillo to Childress on 287 was a smorgasbord of slamming into tumbleweeds nearly as big as my car, sideways rain mixed with ice pellets, hurricane winds, and temperatures below 27 degrees the whole way.

Childress to Wichita Falls - blinding rain, wind, more tumbleweeds, still cold.

Wichita Falls to DFW - rain, wind, more rain, lightning, rain, more wind.

I have never seen anything like that in my life. It’s like somebody cut a piece of the arctic off and dropped it into West Texas. Absolutely mind-boggling stuff, and I got trough it in a little Japanese wagon with Michelin all-season tires, no skids, no big slides, no bumps, no crashes, nothing.

I would like to thank Mazda and Michelin for making amazing things. If anybody has relatives out there in West Texas, tell them to stay put, for pete’s sakes… It’s insane out there.

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wheat-dogghazi-mailgate  Dec 27, 2015 • 3:04:26am

re: #33 Pawn of the Oppressor

Glad you made it back in one piece. At least you didn’t see any flying (frozen) cows.

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Decatur Deb  Dec 27, 2015 • 4:34:59am

re: #12 austin_blue

Exactly! An F1 or F2 tornado has never been uncommon in December. These big wedges are killers, though, and are historically uncommon, and increasingly occurring.

I wonder what could be a reasonable explanation for why that is happening?

nudge nudge wink wink

Gay marriage.

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Decatur Deb  Dec 27, 2015 • 4:36:08am

re: #33 Pawn of the Oppressor

Good gods almighty… I just got in from an 18-hour drive from Durango, CO to DFW. I drove through EVERYTHING.

This morning I had to leave west out of Pagosa Springs on 160 to Durango and then angle down, because everything east out of Pagosa was closed. I didn’t mind, the drive was absolutely beautiful.

Until I got back towards NM:

Cuba, NM to Bernalilo, NM, and down towards Albuquerque - gray-out blizzard at dinnertime.

I was trying to reach I-40 through Albuquerque to get east as fast as possible, but somebody wrecked just east of Sandia and tied up traffic for ten miles in every direction, so I went NORTH on 25 to gas up in Santa Fe and find another way down to 40…

25 from Albuquerque to Santa Fe - fresh-fallen snow right at 4 PM, Santa Fe was completely slicked over including all the ramps and there were cars and trucks skidding and sliding at literally every intersection. Just popping in to get gas was a ticket to a demolition derby. Lots of joints dropped on the flooboards trying to save from spinouts.

Santa Fe to Cline’s Corners on 285 - 40 miles of white-out, southbound lane was completely covered in 2” of fresh-blown snow and I pretty much surfed my car at a steady 40 mph to keep from bogging down.

Clines Corners to Santa Rosa/Tucumcari - For about five miles I thought I had outrun the storm, but I was wrong about its direction, and right at sunset I ran into the edge of it. It was absolutely mortifying, like the fucking end of the world. Twilight had descended and gray clouds of snow were slamming down across I-40 and it was like some kind of alien planet.

Then came 60+ miles of honest to goodness Little House On The Prairie nightmare blizzard. Blacked-out, sideways snow pelting the car and curling across the road with me holding about 1” of left steering to keep on the road, it looked like videotape of Antarctica. Just incredible.

Finally broke out ahead of it just shy of Amarillo, but the winds in Amarillo at 9 PM were hurricane-force. I stopped at the Shell station at the east end of town and up on the hillside I thought the wind was about to tear the station down on my head.

Amarillo to Childress on 287 was a smorgasbord of slamming into tumbleweeds nearly as big as my car, sideways rain mixed with ice pellets, hurricane winds, and temperatures below 27 degrees the whole way.

Childress to Wichita Falls - blinding rain, wind, more tumbleweeds, still cold.

Wichita Falls to DFW - rain, wind, more rain, lightning, rain, more wind.

I have never seen anything like that in my life. It’s like somebody cut a piece of the arctic off and dropped it into West Texas. Absolutely mind-boggling stuff, and I got trough it in a little Japanese wagon with Michelin all-season tires, no skids, no big slides, no bumps, no crashes, nothing.

I would like to thank Mazda and Michelin for making amazing things. If anybody has relatives out there in West Texas, tell them to stay put, for pete’s sakes… It’s insane out there.

Glad you made it, and that’s why we put sleeping bags in the van at Halloween—in Alabama.

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Decatur Deb  Dec 27, 2015 • 4:37:25am

Ever find you’ve fumblefingered and are commenting at the end of a dead thread? Too freakn’ early for this shit.

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wheat-dogghazi-mailgate  Dec 27, 2015 • 4:38:54am

So, who was it who mentioned the film crew guy in the mirror in the Alastair Sim Christmas Carol movie? I never noticed him before, but there he was, plain as day, both times when Sim/Scrooge looks in the mirror.

I also noticed the shroud over the Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come does not completely mask his face. I could see the actor’s profile clearly in one scene. Kinda makes the spirit a lot less scary when he’s just an ordinary bloke wearing a black piece of fabric over his body.

Still a good movie, though, even with its faults. Their budget was probably very tight.

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wheat-dogghazi-mailgate  Dec 27, 2015 • 4:43:58am

Oh, yeah. I’m watching a Christmas movie on Dec. 27. I was going to watch it on the 25th, but got distracted, then the 26th, but got invited out for a midday dinner. Meal wasn’t served till 1:30 pm, and was accompanied by the usual Chinese drink of baijiu. By the time my friends dropped me off at home, the only thing I was good for was sleeping.

When will I ever learn? That shit is evil.

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Kent Dorfman  Dec 27, 2015 • 5:31:39am

You can’t buy good taste, mansion built for the return of Jeebus is on the market for a mere $10 million.

The house, variously known as Chapel Farm, Fair Hill or Chapel Hill, was built in the 1920s for one special resident to live in: Jesus Christ.

The idea was, when Jesus returned to earth (via the 1 train, presumably), he would decamp to The Bronx and rule from this opulent, 17-room dwelling. It’s a promising sign for those living in the northernmost borough, which will apparently survive the wars, famine, disease, earthquakes and anarchy the Bible predicts to signal the end of days.

And soon, all this could be yours. It’s set to hit the market in February for $10 million.

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CleverToad  Dec 27, 2015 • 5:52:48am

re: #33 Pawn of the Oppressor

Yikes. Have been on all of those roads at some point or other in the last few decades, and have seen that sort of weather in the windscreen on various drives. Relieved to hear that Michelin and Mazda got you through it!

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Sionainn  Dec 27, 2015 • 5:53:53am

re: #33 Pawn of the Oppressor

Good gods almighty… I just got in from an 18-hour drive from Durango, CO to DFW. I drove through EVERYTHING.

This morning I had to leave west out of Pagosa Springs on 160 to Durango and then angle down, because everything east out of Pagosa was closed. I didn’t mind, the drive was absolutely beautiful.

Until I got back towards NM:

Cuba, NM to Bernalilo, NM, and down towards Albuquerque - gray-out blizzard at dinnertime.

I was trying to reach I-40 through Albuquerque to get east as fast as possible, but somebody wrecked just east of Sandia and tied up traffic for ten miles in every direction, so I went NORTH on 25 to gas up in Santa Fe and find another way down to 40…

25 from Albuquerque to Santa Fe - fresh-fallen snow right at 4 PM, Santa Fe was completely slicked over including all the ramps and there were cars and trucks skidding and sliding at literally every intersection. Just popping in to get gas was a ticket to a demolition derby. Lots of joints dropped on the flooboards trying to save from spinouts.

Santa Fe to Cline’s Corners on 285 - 40 miles of white-out, southbound lane was completely covered in 2” of fresh-blown snow and I pretty much surfed my car at a steady 40 mph to keep from bogging down.

Clines Corners to Santa Rosa/Tucumcari - For about five miles I thought I had outrun the storm, but I was wrong about its direction, and right at sunset I ran into the edge of it. It was absolutely mortifying, like the fucking end of the world. Twilight had descended and gray clouds of snow were slamming down across I-40 and it was like some kind of alien planet.

Then came 60+ miles of honest to goodness Little House On The Prairie nightmare blizzard. Blacked-out, sideways snow pelting the car and curling across the road with me holding about 1” of left steering to keep on the road, it looked like videotape of Antarctica. Just incredible.

Finally broke out ahead of it just shy of Amarillo, but the winds in Amarillo at 9 PM were hurricane-force. I stopped at the Shell station at the east end of town and up on the hillside I thought the wind was about to tear the station down on my head.

Amarillo to Childress on 287 was a smorgasbord of slamming into tumbleweeds nearly as big as my car, sideways rain mixed with ice pellets, hurricane winds, and temperatures below 27 degrees the whole way.

Childress to Wichita Falls - blinding rain, wind, more tumbleweeds, still cold.

Wichita Falls to DFW - rain, wind, more rain, lightning, rain, more wind.

I have never seen anything like that in my life. It’s like somebody cut a piece of the arctic off and dropped it into West Texas. Absolutely mind-boggling stuff, and I got trough it in a little Japanese wagon with Michelin all-season tires, no skids, no big slides, no bumps, no crashes, nothing.

I would like to thank Mazda and Michelin for making amazing things. If anybody has relatives out there in West Texas, tell them to stay put, for pete’s sakes… It’s insane out there.

My dad lives off the 285, close to the 25. I drove in Santa Fe once when it was snowing. Never ever again. Glad you got home okay!

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dholmes32  Dec 27, 2015 • 6:13:17am

re: #40 Kent Dorfman

You can’t buy good taste, mansion built for the return of Jeebus is on the market for a mere $10 million.

You know, most of that “taste” is due to the current owners, not to the lady who had the house built for Jesus. OMG, I say strip it down to the walls and start over again.

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Joe Bacon  Dec 27, 2015 • 6:18:38am

Just woke up at 6AM, COLD, checked The Weather Channel and it’s 38 here in Los Angeles and still windy. Oh, that heater is on full blast…

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Tigger2  Dec 27, 2015 • 6:21:23am

re: #44 Joe Bacon

Just woke up at 6AM, COLD, checked The Weather Channel and it’s 38 here in Los Angeles and still windy. Oh, that heater is on full blast…

Still in the middle to high 40s in Indiana.

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ausador  Dec 27, 2015 • 6:46:10am

re: #40 Kent Dorfman

Don’t buy it!!!
Jesus is going to be pissed when he comes back and finds someone living in his house! Judgement day is not going to be pleasent for whoever the “squatter” turns out to be.

///

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Dave In Austin  Dec 27, 2015 • 6:54:37am

Better late than never….

DBAD……

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PhillyPretzel  Dec 27, 2015 • 6:58:56am

re: #44 Joe Bacon

Philly forecast: Foggy, light rain/mist, and 53 degrees. :/
weather.gov

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ausador  Dec 27, 2015 • 7:05:07am

Not surprising at all…

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PhillyPretzel  Dec 27, 2015 • 7:06:42am

re: #49 ausador

Same here.

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PhillyPretzel  Dec 27, 2015 • 7:16:14am

Well this is a very pleasant surprise. I ordered “Downton Abbey: A Celebration” and expected it to come on New Year’s Eve. I checked my e-mail this morning and saw it was marked “out for delivery” today. I just went to the door to because I heard the screen door opening and there was the amazon delivery truck and the driver just dropped off my book.

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wheat-dogghazi-mailgate  Dec 27, 2015 • 7:18:15am

re: #51 PhillyPretzel

Well this is a very pleasant surprise. I ordered “Downton Abbey: A Celebration” and expected it to come on New Year’s Eve. I checked my e-mail this morning and saw it was marked “out for delivery” today. I just went to the door to because I heard the screen door opening and there was the amazon delivery truck and the driver just dropped off my book.

The last episode aired in the UK on Christmas Day. I’m sad to see it go.

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PhillyPretzel  Dec 27, 2015 • 7:19:58am

re: #52 wheat-dogghazi-mailgate

I will miss it too. The local PBS station WHYY is supposed to have quite a few events for this last season of Downton Abbey.

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Lidane  Dec 27, 2015 • 7:23:40am
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wheat-dogghazi-mailgate  Dec 27, 2015 • 7:26:42am

re: #53 PhillyPretzel

I will miss it too. The local PBS station WHYY is supposed to have quite a few events for this last season of Downton Abbey.

It has even found a small following in China, once someone added Chinese subtitles. One of my students has watched all of it, but she finds some of the British accents difficult to understand.

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ausador  Dec 27, 2015 • 7:54:23am

Plagiarism king CJ Werleman finds a new way to soil his name…

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wheat-dogghazi-mailgate  Dec 27, 2015 • 7:57:17am

I’ve avoided looking at GotNooz for several days, but just now I see Chuck has published the home address (or so he says) of Ann Telnaes, all because of that Ted Cruz cartoon she did for the WaPo.

He describes Cruz’ kids as “biracial” and includes one of his usual gibberish paragraphs for good measure. See below. Plus, he attacks Wesley Lowery and once again refers to Dave Weigel as “mentally ill.”

Naturally, he fails to note that the Post pulled the cartoon after all the outrageous outrage about it.

His “story” is datelined Dec. 23, the same day he was supposed to be at a hearing in the National Abortion Federation v. Center for Medical Progress case. No word yet on the outcome of that hearing, which was about Chuck trying to leverage the California reporter shield law to avoid divulging the source who gave him those purloined videos.

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ObserverArt  Dec 27, 2015 • 7:59:48am

Morning!

So I see the first comment in this thread is more Trump being Trump…a gross, arrogant ass clown that leads a party that is in denial the party he is commanding in the polls is actually the party they created. Hello. It’s all yours. Someone just found their sweet spot and now they are really activated. They didn’t want a bigger tent. They wanted the tent cleared out.

I just saw him in a video clip on MTP where he was speaking about Hillary and said (as far and as close as I can remember) “she puts on her pant suit, makes an appearance and then disappears for a few days. You know where she is? She’s at home asleep. She’s sleeping because she is too weak, too low power. She would not make a good president.”

What can you say? We sure are in an unprecedented time politically when you have a leading candidate speaking like this. I think he far surpassed anything anyone ever thought about him being a candidate. All that is left as far as I can see is how low will he actually go?

I have a felling we are going to find out. The dude is out of control and who can even think they can control him now? If this wasn’t so dangerous it sure would be funny. Anyone laughing?

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GlutenFreeJesus  Dec 27, 2015 • 8:00:04am

The judge should just tell him he’s not a real reporter/journalist and lock him up. :)))

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I Stand With Planned Parenthood  Dec 27, 2015 • 8:00:36am

re: #49 ausador

Not surprising at all…

[Embedded content]

from an awsome sci-fi author!

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I Stand With Planned Parenthood  Dec 27, 2015 • 8:02:20am

re: #44 Joe Bacon

Just woke up at 6AM, COLD, checked The Weather Channel and it’s 38 here in Los Angeles and still windy. Oh, that heater is on full blast…

Coldish, Damp and ominous in my part of the world. I hate damp cold.

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Not a Sparkly Vampire  Dec 27, 2015 • 8:03:09am

WTF, Mother Nature?

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I Stand With Planned Parenthood  Dec 27, 2015 • 8:03:11am

re: #40 Kent Dorfman

You can’t buy good taste, mansion built for the return of Jeebus is on the market for a mere $10 million.

like Jesus needs a mansion?????

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Blind Frog Belly White  Dec 27, 2015 • 8:05:11am

re: #58 ObserverArt

Morning!

So I see the first comment in this thread is more Trump being Trump…a gross, arrogant ass clown that leads a party that is in denial the party he is commanding in the polls is actually the party they created. Hello. It’s all yours. Someone just found their sweet spot and now they are really activated. They didn’t want a bigger tent. They wanted the tent cleared out.

I just saw him in a video clip on MTP where he was speaking about Hillary and said (as far and as close as I can remember) “she puts on her pant suit, makes an appearance and then disappears for a few days. You know where she is? She’s at home asleep. She’s sleeping because she is too weak, too low power. She would not make a good president.”

What can you say? We sure are in an unprecedented time politically when you have a leading candidate speaking like this. I think he far surpassed anything anyone ever thought about him being a candidate. All that is left as far as I can see is how low will he actually go?

I have a felling we are going to find out. The dude is out of control and who can even think they can control him now? If this wasn’t so dangerous it sure would be funny. Anyone laughing?

Says the guy on the phone…..

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Alephnaught  Dec 27, 2015 • 8:06:16am

re: #63 I Stand With Planned Parenthood

like Jesus needs a mansion?????

Yeah, according to the Gospels, he and his crew, like, Couchsurfed all over the place, didn’t he?

/////

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wheat-dogghazi-mailgate  Dec 27, 2015 • 8:06:19am

re: #59 GlutenFreeJesus

The judge should just tell him he’s not a real reporter/journalist and lock him up. :)))

If it were only that easy …

According to Adam Steinbaugh, Chuck should have applied the federal reporter’s shield law, since this is a federal case. Instead, his lawyer is depending on the California law. The NAF also has a pretty good argument why the state law won’t shield Chuck’s source. If we’re lucky, the judge will make some ruling on it this week.

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wheat-dogghazi-mailgate  Dec 27, 2015 • 8:07:55am

re: #63 I Stand With Planned Parenthood

like Jesus needs a mansion?????

Revelation left out that part about how JC comes back and gentrifies a NYC neighborhood.

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Not a Sparkly Vampire  Dec 27, 2015 • 8:09:38am

What does God Jesus need with a starship mansion?

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I Stand With Planned Parenthood  Dec 27, 2015 • 8:10:29am

U.S. Census: Illinois loses 105K people to other states

Illinois is in second place for the most people moving to other states in the past year. That’s according to estimates released by the U.S. Census Bureau Tuesday. Domestic migration data from July of 2014 to July of 2015 has more than 105,200 people fleeing Illinois for other states. That exceeded the number of people coming to Illinois from other countries, which was over 37,600. The Land of Lincoln welcomed over 156,400 newborns but had over 104,200 deaths. When all factors are combined Illinois saw a total population loss of nearly 22,200 people over the past year, leading all other states that saw population declines. Meanwhile New York led the country with nearly 158,000 people leaving for other states in the past year.

I keep hearing about this from my Fox New Drone friends. I have yet to hear specifics on why this is a horrible thing. It’s not like we have the population of Idaho.

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makeitstop  Dec 27, 2015 • 8:10:54am

re: #33 Pawn of the Oppressor

Good gods almighty… I just got in from an 18-hour drive from Durango, CO to DFW. I drove through EVERYTHING.

This morning I had to leave west out of Pagosa Springs on 160 to Durango and then angle down, because everything east out of Pagosa was closed. I didn’t mind, the drive was absolutely beautiful.

Until I got back towards NM:

Cuba, NM to Bernalilo, NM, and down towards Albuquerque - gray-out blizzard at dinnertime.

I was trying to reach I-40 through Albuquerque to get east as fast as possible, but somebody wrecked just east of Sandia and tied up traffic for ten miles in every direction, so I went NORTH on 25 to gas up in Santa Fe and find another way down to 40…

25 from Albuquerque to Santa Fe - fresh-fallen snow right at 4 PM, Santa Fe was completely slicked over including all the ramps and there were cars and trucks skidding and sliding at literally every intersection. Just popping in to get gas was a ticket to a demolition derby. Lots of joints dropped on the flooboards trying to save from spinouts.

Santa Fe to Cline’s Corners on 285 - 40 miles of white-out, southbound lane was completely covered in 2” of fresh-blown snow and I pretty much surfed my car at a steady 40 mph to keep from bogging down.

Clines Corners to Santa Rosa/Tucumcari - For about five miles I thought I had outrun the storm, but I was wrong about its direction, and right at sunset I ran into the edge of it. It was absolutely mortifying, like the fucking end of the world. Twilight had descended and gray clouds of snow were slamming down across I-40 and it was like some kind of alien planet.

Then came 60+ miles of honest to goodness Little House On The Prairie nightmare blizzard. Blacked-out, sideways snow pelting the car and curling across the road with me holding about 1” of left steering to keep on the road, it looked like videotape of Antarctica. Just incredible.

Finally broke out ahead of it just shy of Amarillo, but the winds in Amarillo at 9 PM were hurricane-force. I stopped at the Shell station at the east end of town and up on the hillside I thought the wind was about to tear the station down on my head.

Amarillo to Childress on 287 was a smorgasbord of slamming into tumbleweeds nearly as big as my car, sideways rain mixed with ice pellets, hurricane winds, and temperatures below 27 degrees the whole way.

Childress to Wichita Falls - blinding rain, wind, more tumbleweeds, still cold.

Wichita Falls to DFW - rain, wind, more rain, lightning, rain, more wind.

I have never seen anything like that in my life. It’s like somebody cut a piece of the arctic off and dropped it into West Texas. Absolutely mind-boggling stuff, and I got trough it in a little Japanese wagon with Michelin all-season tires, no skids, no big slides, no bumps, no crashes, nothing.

I would like to thank Mazda and Michelin for making amazing things. If anybody has relatives out there in West Texas, tell them to stay put, for pete’s sakes… It’s insane out there.

Glad you made it back in one piece.

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danarchy  Dec 27, 2015 • 8:12:33am

re: #62 Not a Sparkly Vampire

WTF, Mother Nature?

My allergies are telling me it is spring, the weatherman is telling me to expect snow on tuesday… New England weather has always been a bit of a roller coaster but this is ridiculous.

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Blind Frog Belly White  Dec 27, 2015 • 8:15:16am

Actually went below freezing here last night, while I’m hearing from my family in PA and VA that it’s been crazy warm there. Weird.

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Not a Sparkly Vampire  Dec 27, 2015 • 8:16:41am

re: #72 Blind Frog Belly White

Actually went below freezing here last night, while I’m hearing from my family in PA and VA that it’s been crazy warm there. Weird.

Yeah, spent Christmas with the AC on.
For reals.

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makeitstop  Dec 27, 2015 • 8:18:20am

We went and said goodbye to our cat Zoey this morning. The blood test came back, and it was acute renal failure and anemia. Even with medical care, the doctor said it would have been a matter of days before he left us.

He was a chill cat. I liked to think he was the feline version of me, but that’s not true. He was cooler than I cold ever hope to be. Gonna miss that cat.

Good kitty
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Tigger2  Dec 27, 2015 • 8:21:06am

re: #74 makeitstop

We went and said goodbye to our cat Zoey this morning. The blood test came back, and it was acute renal failure and anemia. Even with medical care, the doctor said it would have been a matter of days before he left us.

He was a chill cat. I liked to think he was the feline version of me, but that’s not true. He was cooler than I cold ever hope to be. Gonna miss that cat.

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Sorry to hear that. He looks just like my cat Trouble.

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I Stand With Planned Parenthood  Dec 27, 2015 • 8:21:45am

re: #74 makeitstop

We went and said goodbye to our cat Zoey this morning. The blood test came back, and it was acute renal failure and anemia. Even with medical care, the doctor said it would have been a matter of days before he left us.

He was a chill cat. I liked to think he was the feline version of me, but that’s not true. He was cooler than I cold ever hope to be. Gonna miss that cat.

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(((((make it stop)))))

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allegro  Dec 27, 2015 • 8:21:52am

re: #74 makeitstop

So sorry. {{{makeitstop}}}

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WhatEVs  Dec 27, 2015 • 8:22:09am

re: #74 makeitstop

Aw, I am so sorry for your loss! {{{ hugs }}}

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ObserverArt  Dec 27, 2015 • 8:22:32am

re: #72 Blind Frog Belly White

Actually went below freezing here last night, while I’m hearing from my family in PA and VA that it’s been crazy warm there. Weird.

It was 64° at 7:00 AM in Columbus. It is now 52° and heading down to 42° later this afternoon. A pretty wild line of wind-blown downpours hit about 10 AM to kick off the drop in temps.

I look at the long range forecasts and if they are to be believed we are going to see high 30° to mid 40° temps through the middle of January. Should that happen, I think winter will be broken and we may not see any true cold and big snows.

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Dark_Falcon  Dec 27, 2015 • 8:22:52am

re: #74 makeitstop

We went and said goodbye to our cat Zoey this morning. The blood test came back, and it was acute renal failure and anemia. Even with medical care, the doctor said it would have been a matter of days before he left us.

He was a chill cat. I liked to think he was the feline version of me, but that’s not true. He was cooler than I cold ever hope to be. Gonna miss that cat.

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A human has to be the very embodiment of cool before he can even approach the coolness of a cat. Sorry for your loss.

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Dark_Falcon  Dec 27, 2015 • 8:23:57am

Lord, I think the Lizard Army deserves some new, high-quality cats in 2016.

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Tigger2  Dec 27, 2015 • 8:25:14am

re: #81 Dark_Falcon

Lord, I think the Lizard Army deserves some new, high-quality cats in 2016.

Just had 3 new ones born about an hour ago.

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ObserverArt  Dec 27, 2015 • 8:25:44am

re: #74 makeitstop

We went and said goodbye to our cat Zoey this morning. The blood test came back, and it was acute renal failure and anemia. Even with medical care, the doctor said it would have been a matter of days before he left us.

He was a chill cat. I liked to think he was the feline version of me, but that’s not true. He was cooler than I cold ever hope to be. Gonna miss that cat.

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LGF members are the best pet owners. Their pets are lucky to have such owners. Zoey was a lucky cat to have chilled at your place.

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makeitstop  Dec 27, 2015 • 8:27:40am

re: #83 ObserverArt

LGF members are the best pet owners. Their pets are lucky to have such owners. Zoey was a lucky cat to have chilled at your place.

He was my studio cat. Whenever I was recording, he’d come down and just pick a spot and hang while I did tracks. Whatever type of noise I happened to be making at the time, he was down with it.

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Charles Johnson  Dec 27, 2015 • 8:28:04am
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dholmes32  Dec 27, 2015 • 8:28:13am

re: #74 makeitstop

We went and said goodbye to our cat Zoey this morning. The blood test came back, and it was acute renal failure and anemia. Even with medical care, the doctor said it would have been a matter of days before he left us.

He was a chill cat. I liked to think he was the feline version of me, but that’s not true. He was cooler than I cold ever hope to be. Gonna miss that cat.

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*sad* Looks like my kitty Nicki. {{{{hugs}}}}

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Eclectic Cyborg  Dec 27, 2015 • 8:29:18am

re: #74 makeitstop

Good looking cat. Sorry for your loss. Saying goodbye to furry ones is never easy.

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Blind Frog Belly White  Dec 27, 2015 • 8:29:20am

re: #74 makeitstop

(((make it stop)))

Seems like a number of LGF Familiars are passing this winter.

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Stanley Sea Toujours  Dec 27, 2015 • 8:30:24am

re: #74 makeitstop

We went and said goodbye to our cat Zoey this morning. The blood test came back, and it was acute renal failure and anemia. Even with medical care, the doctor said it would have been a matter of days before he left us.

He was a chill cat. I liked to think he was the feline version of me, but that’s not true. He was cooler than I cold ever hope to be. Gonna miss that cat.

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So sorry MIS.

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Charles Johnson  Dec 27, 2015 • 8:32:03am
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ObserverArt  Dec 27, 2015 • 8:32:44am

re: #84 makeitstop

He was my studio cat. Whenever I was recording, he’d come down and just pick a spot and hang while I did tracks. Whatever type of noise I happened to be making at the time, he was down with it.

Play a little song for him today.

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Charles Johnson  Dec 27, 2015 • 8:33:03am

Chuck has “spies” at Twitter. LOL

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Dark_Falcon  Dec 27, 2015 • 8:33:52am

re: #82 Tigger2

Just had 3 new ones born about an hour ago.

Make sure you post photos in a few days. Kitten photos and video are Internet Gold.

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Tigger2  Dec 27, 2015 • 8:34:01am

re: #90 Charles Johnson

Haha

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Maybe if Conservatives weren’t such asshole they wouldn’t get banned.

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Not a Sparkly Vampire  Dec 27, 2015 • 8:34:27am

re: #92 Charles Johnson

Chuck has “spies” at Twitter. LOL

With secret decoder rings to boot!

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Dark_Falcon  Dec 27, 2015 • 8:34:58am

re: #90 Charles Johnson

Haha

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Chuck is covering his ginger hair with a tinfoil hat today.

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Tigger2  Dec 27, 2015 • 8:34:58am

re: #93 Dark_Falcon

Make sure you post photos in a few days. Kitten photos and video are Internet Gold.

I don’t have a cell, no way of getting pic to my puter.

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Great White Snark  Dec 27, 2015 • 8:35:26am

re: #82 Tigger2

Just had 3 new ones born about an hour ago.

Pics?

Edit sorry missed your post above

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Dark_Falcon  Dec 27, 2015 • 8:36:08am

re: #97 Tigger2

I don’t have a cell, no way of getting pic to my puter.

If your camera uses a digital memory card you can buy a drive for that card that plugs into your computer.

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Tigger2  Dec 27, 2015 • 8:36:43am

re: #99 Dark_Falcon

If your camera uses a digital memory card you can buy a drive for that card that plugs into your computer.

Don’t have one of those either. Even when I had a camera it wasn’t digital it was a 35mm Cannon.

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WhatEVs  Dec 27, 2015 • 8:37:07am

This has to be the weirdest story I’ve read today (ok, it’s early but….)

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Not a Sparkly Vampire  Dec 27, 2015 • 8:37:57am

re: #100 Tigger2

Don’t have one of those either.

ASCII art.
;)

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Great White Snark  Dec 27, 2015 • 8:40:40am

re: #74 makeitstop

So sorry to hear that. In the end their lives seems so short but somehow rewarding like twice as long.

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Tigger2  Dec 27, 2015 • 8:40:59am

re: #93 Dark_Falcon

Make sure you post photos in a few days. Kitten photos and video are Internet Gold.

I do have a Cam I might try and get a screen shot from it tomorrow after the kittens get some rest.

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makeitstop  Dec 27, 2015 • 8:41:57am

re: #101 WhatEVs

This has to be the weirdest story I’ve read today (ok, it’s early but….)

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I heard this one on the radio earlier.

A New York man has been arrested after being caught y police defecating on the concourse of a state office building in Albany, the second such incident this month.

New York State Police said 65-year-old Gregory Gombel was arrested Thursday at the Empire State Plaza.

Police said Gombel was caught by troopers defecating on the concourse level of the building after it was closed to the public.

No word on whether it was a political statement, or whether the guy just really had to go.

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Nyet  Dec 27, 2015 • 8:42:00am

re: #56 ausador

Plagiarism king CJ Werleman finds a new way to soil his name…

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Werleman is a fraud, but he is popular among certain subsets of progressives. Probably among the people who are as shrill as he is.

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Great White Snark  Dec 27, 2015 • 8:43:05am

re: #104 Tigger2

Perfect excuse to borrow or buy a cheap digital. When a good subject literally falls in your lap…

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stpaulbear  Dec 27, 2015 • 8:44:43am

re: #83 ObserverArt

LGF members are the best pet owners. Their pets are lucky to have such owners. Zoey was a lucky cat to have chilled at your place.

Balloon Juice is a great site for pet owners too. John Cole posted a nice mash note to his dog yesterday.

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Dark_Falcon  Dec 27, 2015 • 8:45:08am

re: #104 Tigger2

I do have a Cam I might try and get a screen shot from it tomorrow after the kittens get some rest.

Whenever they and their mother are up for it. And thank you.

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I Stand With Planned Parenthood  Dec 27, 2015 • 8:46:04am

re: #82 Tigger2

Just had 3 new ones born about an hour ago.

Kid and I reallly, really want a new kitty. It’s been really difficult since we lost our 16yo in August.

Hubby says no new vet bills and he is right. We also don’t have a lot of time right now—travelling and stuff. Not good to leave a kitten home alone.

It gives me a sad.

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Dark_Falcon  Dec 27, 2015 • 8:46:23am

re: #106 Nyet

Werleman is a fraud, but he is popular among certain subsets of progressives. Probably among the people who are as shrill as he is.

One moonbat DERPs out a lie about Israel and soon there arises a chorus of rabid barking.

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Tigger2  Dec 27, 2015 • 8:47:02am

re: #109 Dark_Falcon

Whenever they and their mother are up for it. And thank you.

np

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Eric The Fruit Bat  Dec 27, 2015 • 8:48:04am

re: #81 Dark_Falcon
This is my rescued Persian Ozzie in his usual position.

I’m not listening…..
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Not a Sparkly Vampire  Dec 27, 2015 • 8:50:21am

re: #113 Eric The Fruit Bat

This is my rescued Persian Ozzie in his usual position.

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Morbo the Kitteh will destroy you!

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I Stand With Planned Parenthood  Dec 27, 2015 • 8:50:46am

bbl

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makeitstop  Dec 27, 2015 • 8:54:19am

re: #103 Great White Snark

So sorry to hear that. In the end their lives seems so short but somehow rewarding like twice as long.

We nearly lost him twice before - once to a urinary tract infection and kidney stones (at the same time, no less!), and then a couple of years later to diabetic shock. We were prepping ourselves to let him go for real at the time, because the doctor said that 9 out of 10 cats in his shape didn’t make it. But he not only recovered, but his diabetes disappeared by the time we took him for a follow-up. I think the sight of me with a needle in my hand might have scared the diabetes right out of him.

Just after that episode, my wife and I were out for dinner and it turned out the doctor was at the table next to us. On the way out we said hello, and he said to his wife ‘These are the people with that cat I was telling you about!’ He said the staff at the animal hospital called him the Bionic Cat.

He had a good, long life. Still very hard to imagine that he won’t be trying to nab food off my plate any more, thogh.

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Great White Snark  Dec 27, 2015 • 8:55:20am

Windy! The kind of wind speed and direction that has the airliners flying into Burbank coming in to land from the south. Which we get used to. So I was out front talking to a friend who was having a smoke. A Southwest jet came in too low, fast, and angling to get aligned with the runway. Unlike 99.9% of the normal planes on that approach right over me. Now I have seen full flaps from directly underneath. They have lots of rivets and oil stains. And serial numbers in a all caps font.

Okay kidding about the serial number but that was a moment of pause.

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makeitstop  Dec 27, 2015 • 8:55:45am

Don’t mind me rambling today, Lizards. Thanks in advance.

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I Stand With Planned Parenthood  Dec 27, 2015 • 8:55:53am

chore took less time than I thought.

been playing on photoshop again, relearning it since my PSE was way out dated. Now have the “Creative Cloud” —(sigh)

This is Feral Girl after a training session at the park.

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ausador  Dec 27, 2015 • 8:56:18am

Finally a article that doesn’t blame liberals for Trump.

“Obama’s team says GOP earned Donald Trump” - Politico
politico.com

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WhatEVs  Dec 27, 2015 • 8:58:45am
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Eventual Carrion  Dec 27, 2015 • 9:02:11am

re: #95 Not a Sparkly Vampire

With secret decoder rings to boot!

DRINK YOUR OVALTINE

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freetoken  Dec 27, 2015 • 9:02:41am

re: #30 Usually refered to as anyways

Seems they think you shouldn’t have one.
archiveteam.org

So… I never did have one. When I got the error I put in the basic robots.txt file that allows everyone in. Got same error from Wayback. Took out the robots.txt file - same error.

Looked at log book… no visit from anything associated with archives.org or walkers.

So my working theory is that somehow my host is blocking their crawler.

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makeitstop  Dec 27, 2015 • 9:03:32am

re: #121 WhatEVs

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Yeah, that’s pretty much me and my wife today.

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Dark_Falcon  Dec 27, 2015 • 9:04:44am

re: #101 WhatEVs

This has to be the weirdest story I’ve read today (ok, it’s early but….)

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The story is crazy but the article linked to by the tweet is quite bad. It not once but twice makes assumptions not supported by the story it links to:

It should come as no surprise that in gun-crazy Alabama, conservatives believe a right to bear arms extends all the way to being allowed to open carry while being rushed to the hospital during a medical emergency. The results are predictably bad.

In Birmingham, a “responsible gun owner” who police have so far declined to identify decided to unload her weapon in the back of an ambulance. Even worse, they were transporting her to the hospital after she called 911.

Neither the news story nor the Birmingham Police post on Facebook mention anything about ‘open carry’ or if the gun in question was legally owned. The second point isn’t major but the first is. If the paramedics knew the woman had a gun before she got in the ambulance that would be in the news or police reports but it is not. Therefore comments about open carry are not justified.

And the article’s author, Jameson Parker, does this wrong thing not once but twice:

It’s unclear what set her off, but focusing on the details misses the point. What civilized society finds this sort of scary situation not only tolerable, but normal? Should paramedics have to worry about being shot by their patients inside a moving ambulance so that gun nuts don’t scream about their rights being “violated” by gun control?

Paramedics normally do not search persons they are transporting in non-crime situations, which is what they thought this situation was. Again, there is no evidence they knew she had a gun until she drew said gun. So once against Mr. Parker argues without evidence.

It’s one thing to use stories like this to push a gun control angle, but it is quite another to add things that the news and police reports do not include. That can be quite likely called ‘lying’.

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Eric The Fruit Bat  Dec 27, 2015 • 9:04:52am

Here’s a little surprise that was buried in the just-signed budget: DoJ shuts down asset forfeiture program after Congress slashes its budget

Why that’s a big deal:
Last Week Tonight with John Oliver: Civil Forfeiture (HBO)

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Snarknado!  Dec 27, 2015 • 9:05:11am

re: #74 makeitstop

Sorry to hear about Zoey.

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Dark_Falcon  Dec 27, 2015 • 9:06:41am

re: #119 I Stand With Planned Parenthood

chore took less time than I thought.

been playing on photoshop again, relearning it since my PSE was way out dated. Now have the “Creative Cloud” —(sigh)

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This is Feral Girl after a training session at the park.

Well, no ones gonna mess with you when you’re walking her.

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Snarknado!  Dec 27, 2015 • 9:08:06am

re: #110 I Stand With Planned Parenthood

Kid and I reallly, really want a new kitty. It’s been really difficult since we lost our 16yo in August.

Hubby says no new vet bills and he is right. We also don’t have a lot of time right now—travelling and stuff. Not good to leave a kitten home alone.

It gives me a sad.

Maybe you can foster rescued cats? Not a long-term commitment, and you’d have cats/kittens to play with.

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Blind Frog Belly White  Dec 27, 2015 • 9:13:02am

re: #125 Dark_Falcon

It’s not an ‘article’, Dark, it’s a blog post, and as such is an opinion piece, not a news article. And the author makes good points - what the hell is wrong with people that they think ‘Open Carry’ is anything but a really, really stupid idea, favored by tiny-dicked morons who fear their own shadows? What kind of country are these gunfuckers making for the rest of us, where there are SO FUCKING MANY GUNS that paramedics now have to worry about this kind of shit?

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Dark_Falcon  Dec 27, 2015 • 9:15:21am

re: #101 WhatEVs

This has to be the weirdest story I’ve read today (ok, it’s early but….)

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One more thing about the “Woman who drew a gun and stole an ambulance” story, and its relevant:

UPDATED INFORMATION on earlier post:

At approximately 11:11 am Birmingham Fire and Rescue personnel were transporting a patient to an area hospital from the airport. While in route to the hospital, the patient, a black female, pulled a gun out and ordered the paramedics out of the vehicle. At some point shots were fired, and the female drove off in the ambulance. Officers received a call about the incident, and searched for the vehicle. Within minutes the vehicle was spotted, and a brief pursuit ensued. It ended at the intersection of 4th Ave. West and 3rd St. West, with no property damage.

Fire personnel did receive minor injuries from the incident, but otherwise are okay. The female suspect is in custody, and being looked at by paramedics. The incident is under investigation. We will update as information becomes available.

That the woman in question is black means she doesn’t fit the “southern gun nut” stereotype, though there are notable numbers of pro-gun black people in the Birmingham area.

It is more relevant to note that she was arrested without her being harmed. Note to police in the US: This is the outcome you want. If Alabama cops can manage an arrest like this of a black person without getting gun happy, you can too.

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Dark_Falcon  Dec 27, 2015 • 9:19:40am

re: #130 Blind Frog Belly White

When you argue without evidence, you are not making a good point. You are reading things into a story without knowing that they are there and that can cause people to have a false impression of what happened. If you are going to base an article or post off of a news story, you should separate the story from your editorializing so that people will know what is fact and what is your reading of the meaning of those facts.

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FormerDirtDart  Dec 27, 2015 • 9:20:35am

OHIO GOV. JOHN KASICH VOICES SUPPORT FOR REDISTRICTING REFORM - Nordonia Hills News Leader

“I support redistricting reform dramatically,” the governor said. “This will be something I’m going to do, whether I’m elected president or whether I’m here.”

He added, “I think we need to eliminate gerrymandering. We’ve got to figure out a way to do it. We’ve got to be aggressive on it. We’ve got to have more competitive districts. That to me is what’s good for the state of Ohio and what’s good for the country.”

End gerrymandering, Kasich says - The Columbus Dispatch

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makeitstop  Dec 27, 2015 • 9:23:19am

re: #133 FormerDirtDart

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OHIO GOV. JOHN KASICH VOICES SUPPORT FOR REDISTRICTING REFORM - Nordonia Hills News Leader

End gerrymandering, Kasich says - The Columbus Dispatch

Which raises the question - does he want to un-gerrymander the most egregious districts, or does he want to end gerrymandering with things the way they are?

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Decatur Deb  Dec 27, 2015 • 9:23:25am

re: #133 FormerDirtDart

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OHIO GOV. JOHN KASICH VOICES SUPPORT FOR REDISTRICTING REFORM - Nordonia Hills News Leader

End gerrymandering, Kasich says - The Columbus Dispatch

He’s either having a bout of sanity, or discovered that gerrymandering is about to bite his party in some critical markets.

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ObserverArt  Dec 27, 2015 • 9:28:11am

re: #133 FormerDirtDart

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OHIO GOV. JOHN KASICH VOICES SUPPORT FOR REDISTRICTING REFORM - Nordonia Hills News Leader

End gerrymandering, Kasich says - The Columbus Dispatch

As an Ohioan, I don’t know how to take this report. It sounds good, but in light of some of the voting rights and election messing around credited to the Ohio Republican Party believing it is going to be fair is hard to do at this time.

Kasich sometimes has bouts of political lucidity though and then his Republican buddies work hard to remind them who he is really working for and he caves.

The only thing he took heat on and didn’t change was his going with the expanded medicaid. He took the high ground on that one, saying his religion was talking to him. It was hard to attack religion. This has only to do with politics…so it will probably be more politics.

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William Lewis  Dec 27, 2015 • 9:28:17am

re: #135 Decatur Deb

He’s either having a bout of sanity, or discovered that gerrymandering is about to bite his party in some critical markets.

My guess is both. He looked at some maps and had a come to Jesus moment as a result. Both parties are better off, long term, with honest districts.

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freetoken  Dec 27, 2015 • 9:31:58am

re: #135 Decatur Deb

He’s either having a bout of sanity, or discovered that gerrymandering is about to bite his party in some critical markets.

If the GOP is not in control of most of the state legislatures in 2020, they will probably lose any hope of controlling Congress for the foreseeable future.

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Dark_Falcon  Dec 27, 2015 • 9:32:11am

re: #133 FormerDirtDart

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OHIO GOV. JOHN KASICH VOICES SUPPORT FOR REDISTRICTING REFORM - Nordonia Hills News Leader

End gerrymandering, Kasich says - The Columbus Dispatch

Thank you, Gov. Kasich. Thank you for putting your weight behind badly needed reform.

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Camacho DeezNuts 2016  Dec 27, 2015 • 9:38:59am

On this glorious day not a fuck giveth:

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ausador  Dec 27, 2015 • 9:39:03am

Fair and balanc…oops wrong party mouthpiece slogan.

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Decatur Deb  Dec 27, 2015 • 9:39:17am

re: #139 Dark_Falcon

Thank you, Gov. Kasich. Thank you for putting your weight behind badly needed reform.

Are you tugging your forelock?

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Dark_Falcon  Dec 27, 2015 • 9:40:24am

re: #142 Decatur Deb

Are you tugging your forelock?

Why would I be? I’m a Republican in Illinois, DD. I have every reason to want gerrymandering cut back.

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dholmes32  Dec 27, 2015 • 9:40:28am

re: #141 ausador

Fair and balanc…oops wrong party mouthpiece slogan.
politico.com

Headline is accurate…the GOP got the guy they deserved for seven years of obstruction and Know-Nothingism.

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Decatur Deb  Dec 27, 2015 • 9:41:45am

re: #143 Dark_Falcon

Why would I be? I’m a Republican in Illinois, DD. I have every reason to want gerrymandering cut back.

Rational partisanship is good.

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Tigger2  Dec 27, 2015 • 9:42:45am

re: #143 Dark_Falcon

Why would I be? I’m a Republican in Illinois, DD. I have every reason to want gerrymandering cut back.

Not as much as Dems living in red states. lol

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ObserverArt  Dec 27, 2015 • 9:42:45am

Don’t know if any of you are all that familiar with the most recent districts in Ohio. If you know anything about the population and the politics of Ohio, you have to say this is some pretty crazy and creative district mapping.

Look at District 4 and 7. I am familiar with both. My one brother lives in 7 and has Bob Gibbs. A mile away from his home is a larger democratic area. District 4 is good ol’ crazy man Jim Jordan. His district is very solid white farmer and small town types. Dems scares them.

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ausador  Dec 27, 2015 • 9:44:41am

re: #144 dholmes32

Headline is accurate…the GOP got the guy they deserved for seven years of obstruction and Know-Nothingism.

That was the wrong link, edited now. My internet hamster is barely wheezing today for some reason. :(

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Decatur Deb  Dec 27, 2015 • 9:50:28am

re: #147 ObserverArt

Don’t know if any of you are all that familiar with the most recent districts in Ohio. If you know anything about the population and the politics of Ohio, you have to say this is some pretty crazy and creative district mapping.

Look at District 4 and 7. I am familiar with both. My one brother lives in 7 and has Bob Gibbs. A mile away from his home is a larger democratic area. District 4 is good ol’ crazy man Jim Jordan. His district is very solid white farmer and small town types. Dems scares them.

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Mandating computer-generated maps with nearest-neighbor applications could fix that. Ain’t gonna happen.
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Dark_Falcon  Dec 27, 2015 • 9:50:45am

re: #146 Tigger2

Not as much as Dems living in red states. lol

Oh yes, I have as much reason. Gerrymandering adds to the rot that cripples Illinois, T2. It cause rot regardless of who gerrymanders the districts, elephants or donkeys. It needs to end for that reason, above any others.

Moreover, the reform I seek would not give an unfair advantage to Republicans in Illinois. If done right it would give both parties a fair chance, which I all I can reasonably ask for.

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Decatur Deb  Dec 27, 2015 • 9:51:48am

re: #150 Dark_Falcon

Oh yes, I have as much reason. Gerrymandering adds to the rot that cripples Illinois, T2. It cause rot regardless of who gerrymanders the districts, elephants or donkeys. It needs to end for that reason, above any others.

Moreover, the reform I seek would not give an unfair advantage to Republicans in Illinois. If done right it would give both parties a fair chance, which I all I can reasonably ask for.

You’re making me uncomfortable. Send back our other DF.

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makeitstop  Dec 27, 2015 • 9:52:30am

re: #151 Decatur Deb

You’re making me uncomfortable. Send back our other DF.

Dunno, I’m kinda liking this one.

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Joe Bacon  Dec 27, 2015 • 9:53:11am

re: #90 Charles Johnson

Haha

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Chuck C has spies…They’re his “C. I. Assholes”!

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Belafon  Dec 27, 2015 • 9:53:14am

A DFW update: there are eleven dead, most of whom died after their cars were thrown off an I-30 overpass. Everyone is accounted for so we CERT people are waiting for an assignment, most likely damage assessments for FEMA.

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Dark_Falcon  Dec 27, 2015 • 9:57:31am

re: #151 Decatur Deb

You’re making me uncomfortable. Send back our other DF.

I was talking like this back in 2014 in support of anti-gerrymandering legislation and ballot initiatives. There’s only one Dark_Falcon on this issue, DD. I see my opposition to gerrymandering as entirely in line with my being a loyal Republican. I want a healthy GOP with good ideas, and requiring Republicans to compete against Democrats is the best way to do that.

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Decatur Deb  Dec 27, 2015 • 9:59:32am

re: #155 Dark_Falcon

I was talking like this back in 2014 in support of anti-gerrymandering legislation and ballot initiatives. There’s only one Dark_Falcon on this issue, DD. I see my opposition to gerrymandering as entirely in line with my being a loyal Republican. I want a healthy GOP with good ideas, and requiring Republicans to compete against Democrats is the best way to do that.

Now try to extend that thinking to candidate selection, and you can join our borg.

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Camacho DeezNuts 2016  Dec 27, 2015 • 10:01:13am

Why not just have Thunderdome and bludgeoning weapons?

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William Lewis  Dec 27, 2015 • 10:02:32am

re: #151 Decatur Deb

You’re making me uncomfortable. Send back our other DF.

This is the one I know is there hiding behind the other one. Nice to see him today :)

Hey, DF? How long does it take the owner of tank-net.com to get around to adding members?

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Joe Bacon  Dec 27, 2015 • 10:02:35am

re: #147 ObserverArt

Don’t know if any of you are all that familiar with the most recent districts in Ohio. If you know anything about the population and the politics of Ohio, you have to say this is some pretty crazy and creative district mapping.

Look at District 4 and 7. I am familiar with both. My one brother lives in 7 and has Bob Gibbs. A mile away from his home is a larger democratic area. District 4 is good ol’ crazy man Jim Jordan. His district is very solid white farmer and small town types. Dems scares them.

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Pennsylvania is just as bad. This is why I want to eliminate congressional districts and go to proportional representation for the House. That way, everyone’s vote counts.

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Dark_Falcon  Dec 27, 2015 • 10:05:14am

re: #158 William Lewis

This is the one I know is there hiding behind the other one. Nice to see him today :)

Hey, DF? How long does it take the owner of tank-net.com to get around to adding members?

It can take a week or two. Try logging in with the requested username and password. If it does work and it’s been longer than a week, send a polite follow-up email. Sometimes emails get caught in spam filters.

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Lidane  Dec 27, 2015 • 10:05:21am

OUTRAGE!

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Dark_Falcon  Dec 27, 2015 • 10:06:33am

re: #159 Joe Bacon

Pennsylvania is just as bad. This is why I want to eliminate congressional districts and go to proportional representation for the House. That way, everyone’s vote counts.

I prefer districts because the interests of urban voters in Chicago are not always the same as those rural voters in western Illinois and Congressional representation ought to reflect that.

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Dec 27, 2015 • 10:06:36am
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Camacho DeezNuts 2016  Dec 27, 2015 • 10:07:09am

re: #161 Lidane

Jade Helm is well underway.

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William Lewis  Dec 27, 2015 • 10:08:18am

Have a great day folks, I’m off to visit my son and have Christmas with him. A bit of pizza (cheese for him, ham & PINEAPPLE (Muhahahahah!) for me) and some presents and some Minecraft.

Later lizards.

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Dec 27, 2015 • 10:08:24am
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Blind Frog Belly White  Dec 27, 2015 • 10:09:15am

re: #162 Dark_Falcon

I prefer districts because the interests of urban voters in Chicago are not always the same as those rural voters in western Illinois and Congressional representation ought to reflect that.

Provided it represents their numbers. It is often argued on the Right that “the cities dominate the rural areas”, but since most people live in metro areas, that only makes sense.

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Tigger2  Dec 27, 2015 • 10:11:27am

re: #166 Backwoods_Sleuth

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Wow. That’s terrible.

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I Stand With Planned Parenthood  Dec 27, 2015 • 10:12:38am

bbl

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Dec 27, 2015 • 10:12:54am
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Decatur Deb  Dec 27, 2015 • 10:16:14am

re: #167 Blind Frog Belly White

Provided it represents their numbers. It is often argued on the Right that “the cities dominate the rural areas”, but since most people live in metro areas, that only makes sense.

One tractor, one vote.

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Blind Frog Belly White  Dec 27, 2015 • 10:17:54am

re: #170 Backwoods_Sleuth

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My Grand-nephew who’d been staying with us while doing Dev Bootcamp took a job in Dallas. He got laid off around Thanksgiving, which I now consider good news, since he’s home with his folks in Virginia, rather than in Dallas.

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Blind Frog Belly White  Dec 27, 2015 • 10:19:49am

re: #171 Decatur Deb

One tractor, one vote.

Nothing makes my eyes roll like the red/blue county maps that Republicans post after every Presidential election, as if we vote by acreage. The EC is already bad enough, overweighting voters in the Big Empty States.

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Dec 27, 2015 • 10:21:51am

Photo gallery of Garland and Rowlett:

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Dark_Falcon  Dec 27, 2015 • 10:22:02am

Some Peshmerga-supplied war footage from Iraq:

Daesh sends a Suicide Vehicle-Borne Improvised Explosive Device (SVBIEB) at a group of Kurdish Peshmerga vehicles. A US supplied AT-4 blows it away short of its target:

«Глядящие в лицо смерти»: курды еле успели взорвать мчащийся на них автомобиль со смертником ИГИЛ

Sorry, terrorist slimeball, no 72 virgins for you!

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mroop  Dec 27, 2015 • 10:22:34am

re: #3 teleskiguy

I miss living in Steamboat Springs. The place is etched in my mind forever. I learned how to telemark ski there.

The guy that taught me how to telemark ski backwards took this photograph this evening. I’ve been on that track before.

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Steamboat! Oh how I envy you. I worked at Vail for a season to get a free pass. That meant working one day and skiing 6 days. I also spent a month in Alta skiing free because a friend of mine worked there. I did a week in Steamboat as well. A beautiful mountain! I would have stayed in Vail forever but there are very few jobs that pay well. I was meant to live in a mountain town, but I live in New Jersey. I need to start buying lottery tickets. The place I feel most at home is on a mountain with a steep mogul feel in front of me.

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Great White Snark  Dec 27, 2015 • 10:23:35am

Bigger picture maybe?

Gerrymandering is not just for Congressionals. Look at state legislative districts. In my home state the Democrats have a long term and massive majority in the state houses. Now one can argue left and right, but my point is about time. Argue chicken or egg maybe but our redistricting here can fairly be said to exemplify a long term majority as expressed and supported by those favorable district borders. Favorable to the long majority.

Also see city borders. For obvious economic reasons Los Angeles has this long thin tendril that reaches the port. But the impact of that is huge on management of all the things cities normally cover. Distances, tail wagging dog etc. LAUSD is so despicably large.

From zoning at grass roots on up to DC seats this tends to be where party power really lives in the marrow of our lives. The crazier the GOP gets and the more powerful the Democratic party gets here, the more I want a less partisan system. We need it.We indies are far too numerous to be disenfranchised from zoning on up simply from lacking a machine to lean on.

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lizardofid  Dec 27, 2015 • 10:27:11am

re: #154 Belafon

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Belafon  Dec 27, 2015 • 10:32:38am

And the rain keeps coming down, sometimes really hard.

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lizardofid  Dec 27, 2015 • 10:34:03am

re: #179 Belafon

And the rain keeps coming down, sometimes really hard.

Terrible conditions for everyone trying to help/assess isn’t it.

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WhatEVs  Dec 27, 2015 • 10:34:43am
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Belafon  Dec 27, 2015 • 10:35:14am

re: #170 Backwoods_Sleuth

That picture is of an apartment complex at I-30 and George Bush turnpike, where the F4 hit.

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Nyet  Dec 27, 2015 • 10:39:04am

re: #175 Dark_Falcon

He’ll only be given 36, all male.

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freetoken  Dec 27, 2015 • 10:41:38am

re: #174 Backwoods_Sleuth

That’s a lot of destruction.

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BeachDem  Dec 27, 2015 • 10:43:04am

re: #135 Decatur Deb

He’s either having a bout of sanity, or discovered that gerrymandering is about to bite his party in some critical markets.

Or…

How perfect is this? A state leader with aspirations to be commander-in-chief rails against a lopsided, partisan system of legislative district map making he voted for then signed into law?…

Mr. Kasich voted in 2011, just months after he was elected with a thin win of just two percent in 2010 over former Gov. Ted Strickland, to create the legislative districts in use now that he’s vowing to change either in Washington or in Columbus…

Gov. Kasich, Secretary of State Jon Husted and State Auditor David Yost went along with the very partisan design of Ohio’s congressional districts with little if any pushback…

At the time, Gov. Kasich defended himself as not being part of the map making process. All he did, he claims, was sign the bill making it all possible…

When Mr. Kasich likes a bill, like Senate Bill 5, he can marshal his resources and people to get behind it. Staying quiet and claiming he wasn’t a material part of the process, as he’s done with redistricting, is basic Kasich.
plunderbund.com

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Dark_Falcon  Dec 27, 2015 • 10:44:08am

re: #181 WhatEVs

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“My heart is broken by the terrible loss I have sustained in my old friends and companions and my poor soldiers. Believe me, nothing except a battle lost can be half so melancholy as a battle won.”

Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington, Letter from the field of Waterloo (June 1815), as quoted in Decisive Battles of the World (1899) by Edward Shepherd Creasy

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Dark_Falcon  Dec 27, 2015 • 10:46:02am

re: #185 BeachDem

Or…

How perfect is this? A state leader with aspirations to be commander-in-chief rails against a lopsided, partisan system of legislative district map making he voted for then signed into law?…

Mr. Kasich voted in 2011, just months after he was elected with a thin win of just two percent in 2010 over former Gov. Ted Strickland, to create the legislative districts in use now that he’s vowing to change either in Washington or in Columbus…

Gov. Kasich, Secretary of State Jon Husted and State Auditor David Yost went along with the very partisan design of Ohio’s congressional districts with little if any pushback…

At the time, Gov. Kasich defended himself as not being part of the map making process. All he did, he claims, was sign the bill making it all possible…

When Mr. Kasich likes a bill, like Senate Bill 5, he can marshal his resources and people to get behind it. Staying quiet and claiming he wasn’t a material part of the process, as he’s done with redistricting, is basic Kasich.
plunderbund.com

Perhaps he’s changed his mind now that he’s suffered from the extremism gerrymandering engenders. It’s a truism, but still true that the burned hand teaches best.

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WhatEVs  Dec 27, 2015 • 10:48:22am

Gah.

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BeachDem  Dec 27, 2015 • 10:50:52am

re: #187 Dark_Falcon

Perhaps he’s changed his mind now that he’s suffered from the extremism gerrymandering engenders. It’s a truism, but still true that the burned hand teaches best.

Oh, puleeze, we’re talking about John Kasich here. He has suffered nothing from gerrymandering, nor from the extremism of his cohorts.

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Nyet  Dec 27, 2015 • 10:51:45am

So I’m thinking of watching a horror flick a bit later. Any recommendations from 2015?

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Dark_Falcon  Dec 27, 2015 • 10:52:28am

re: #188 WhatEVs

Gah.

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A true moronic convergence. The immaturity of that tweet is just stunning.

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ObserverArt  Dec 27, 2015 • 10:52:40am

re: #181 WhatEVs

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Good to hear. I wonder how much it will be talked about in Republican circles? Sounds to me like the US airstrikes and getting some cooperation from Iraqi troops turned this tide. It’s all we have been working for working out. I’m sure Obama and the current Defense Dept. will get proper credit.

I commented a few weeks back, if Obama, Russia and the ME countries do what they are trying to do, ISIS might not be the same topic politically next year.

Oh…who am I kidding. This will be a negative and show Obama’s military weakness.

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Camacho DeezNuts 2016  Dec 27, 2015 • 10:54:04am

I’ll write in Satan and Beiber for prez.

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Nyet  Dec 27, 2015 • 10:54:12am

re: #191 Dark_Falcon

A true moronic convergence. The immaturity of that tweet is just stunning.

Indeed. As bad as voting for Ted Cruz.

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Nyet  Dec 27, 2015 • 10:56:12am

Bernie is OK.

It’s the cultic aspects of his following that are troubling.

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Dark_Falcon  Dec 27, 2015 • 10:57:48am

re: #189 BeachDem

Oh, puleeze, we’re talking about John Kasich here. He has suffered nothing from gerrymandering, nor from the extremism of his cohorts.

When he’s screamed at on the net as a “cuckservative” and wingnuts loudly decry him as a RINO and a traitor for wanting an immigration policy other than “Throw out the brown people!!1”, he suffers from that. And gerrymandering helps enable that because it means that the greatest electoral threat for many Republicans is their own ring wing. If more competitive legislative districts are formed, the need to compete in them will pull the part away from the extremes and back towards John Kasich.

So he is being self-interested, but he’s still right about the problem.

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nines09  Dec 27, 2015 • 10:58:35am

re: #190 Nyet

So I’m thinking of watching a horror flick a bit later. Any recommendations from 2015?

Any of the GOP debates.

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Dark_Falcon  Dec 27, 2015 • 10:58:38am

re: #193 Camacho DeezNuts 2016

I’ll write in Satan and Beiber for prez.

You can’t write in Beiber because he’s Canadian.

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Nyet  Dec 27, 2015 • 10:59:51am

re: #195 Nyet

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Nyet  Dec 27, 2015 • 11:00:27am

re: #193 Camacho DeezNuts 2016

I’ll write in Satan and Beiber for prez.

Still better than the GOP.

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Nyet  Dec 27, 2015 • 11:01:41am

Then again, she’s dumb enough to be a sexist, so I guess we shouldn’t be surprised.

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PhillyPretzel  Dec 27, 2015 • 11:02:06am

re: #199 Nyet

Why a picture of Hillary in that tweet? I thought she was on the Democratic side of the aisle.

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Camacho DeezNuts 2016  Dec 27, 2015 • 11:02:06am

re: #198 Dark_Falcon

You can’t write in Beiber because he’s Canadian.

I guess Satan is out too. Kanye it is. Say it: President Peezy.

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Nyet  Dec 27, 2015 • 11:02:50am

re: #202 PhillyPretzel

Why a picture of Hillary in that tweet? I thought she was on the Democratic side of the aisle.

But then you’re sane.

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ObserverArt  Dec 27, 2015 • 11:03:03am

re: #199 Nyet

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Ugh. Cassandra…wise up.

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Dark_Falcon  Dec 27, 2015 • 11:03:31am

re: #199 Nyet

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Shots fired… at own side. In the military this is called a “Blue on Blue” and the name fits here, too.

But if you’re calling Hillary Clinton a DINO then I’ve got to ask: “What are you smoking and where can I get a supply of it to sell?”

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Camacho DeezNuts 2016  Dec 27, 2015 • 11:04:04am
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PhillyPretzel  Dec 27, 2015 • 11:04:14am

re: #204 Nyet

thanks. :)

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Smith25's Liberal Thighs  Dec 27, 2015 • 11:04:16am
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Dark_Falcon  Dec 27, 2015 • 11:05:54am

re: #201 Nyet

Then again, she’s dumb enough to be a sexist, so I guess we shouldn’t be surprised.

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The person she was attacking is an equally sexist fan of “Gamergate” who think body-shaming women is fun.

I blocked both of them.

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Nyet  Dec 27, 2015 • 11:06:37am

re: #210 Dark_Falcon

One of those cases when pox goes on both of their houses.

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Dec 27, 2015 • 11:06:58am
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PhillyPretzel  Dec 27, 2015 • 11:08:04am

re: #212 Backwoods_Sleuth

And my lawn is still green and has dandelions. oy.

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Dark_Falcon  Dec 27, 2015 • 11:09:09am
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Backwoods_Sleuth  Dec 27, 2015 • 11:10:37am

re: #213 PhillyPretzel

And my lawn is still green and has dandelions. oy.

Pouring down rain here in the backwoods.
Driveway is under water.

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CuriousLurker  Dec 27, 2015 • 11:11:55am

LOLOLOL—VB!

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Camacho DeezNuts 2016  Dec 27, 2015 • 11:13:31am

re: #216 CuriousLurker

Jihad? Meh.

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freetoken  Dec 27, 2015 • 11:13:31am

re: #212 Backwoods_Sleuth

National radar shows a very distinct line between warm and cold air, with a large low pressure down in the SW anchoring it all:

radar.weather.gov

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b_sharp  Dec 27, 2015 • 11:13:41am

re: #216 CuriousLurker

LOLOLOL—VB!

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Sounds like I’m in the only spot in NA where normal weather is happening. -19C, a stiff but not overpowering wind & snow on the ground.

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Nyet  Dec 27, 2015 • 11:14:11am

re: #216 CuriousLurker

And now I want pie.

Thanks, Obama! :/

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freetoken  Dec 27, 2015 • 11:16:28am

re: #219 b_sharp

We’re in fairly typical dry winter conditions here. Very low humidity, clear skies (sometimes the meter reading over 100% of expected sunshine), cold at night.

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ObserverArt  Dec 27, 2015 • 11:18:01am

re: #215 Backwoods_Sleuth

Pouring down rain here in the backwoods.
Driveway is under water.

Seems the clouds are thinning out up my way, and the hard rain is backing off a bit. I think it is now heading south from the cold driving in from the northwest. You may be trapped in this for some time. Stay dry Sleuth.

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Jenner7  Dec 27, 2015 • 11:18:29am

Legitimate?

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ausador  Dec 27, 2015 • 11:20:26am

Has a point…

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Nyet  Dec 27, 2015 • 11:20:53am

re: #223 Jenner7

Economic concerns can be channeled into xenophobia, Bernie isn’t exactly wrong about this.

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Wendell Zurkowitz (slave to the waffle light)  Dec 27, 2015 • 11:21:00am

re: #199 Nyet

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We need to teach these people basic civics, like the difference between a primary and a general election.

And the Supreme Court nomination process…

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Jenner7  Dec 27, 2015 • 11:23:00am

re: #225 Nyet

Trump started his campaign on a racist tirade. This has nothing to do with economic issues. Bernie is wrong to say they are legitimate.

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Nyet  Dec 27, 2015 • 11:25:47am

re: #227 Jenner7

Trump started his campaign on a racist tirade. This has nothing to do with economic issues.

Bernie sees it differently. So does Obama.

“You go into some of these small towns in Pennsylvania, and like a lot of small towns in the Midwest, the jobs have been gone now for 25 years and nothing’s replaced them,” Obama said. “And they fell through the Clinton Administration, and the Bush Administration, and each successive administration has said that somehow these communities are gonna regenerate and they have not. And it’s not surprising then they get bitter, they cling to guns or religion or antipathy to people who aren’t like them or anti-immigrant sentiment or anti-trade sentiment as a way to explain their frustrations.”

—-

Bernie is wrong to say they are legitimate.

I don’t see why economic issues wouldn’t be legitimate.

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The Vicious Babushka  Dec 27, 2015 • 11:26:29am

re: #228 Nyet

Bernie sees it differently. So does Obama.

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I don’t see why economic issues wouldn’t be legitimate.

Economic issues are legitimate but they are not the ONLY issues.

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Nyet  Dec 27, 2015 • 11:27:10am

re: #229 The Vicious Babushka

Economic issues are legitimate but they are not the ONLY issues.

Did anyone claim differently?

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Nyet  Dec 27, 2015 • 11:28:52am

One is free to disagree with Bernie’s analysis, but let’s not pretend that he legitimated racism or something.

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Dec 27, 2015 • 11:33:16am

Trump is ranting today about the Virginia state GOP.

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Wendell Zurkowitz (slave to the waffle light)  Dec 27, 2015 • 11:33:17am

re: #231 Nyet

One is free to disagree with Bernie’s analysis, but let’s not pretend that he legitimated racism or something.

Common tactic for ruling elite to pit two disadvantaged classes against each other on racial, ethnic or religious lines…

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ausador  Dec 27, 2015 • 11:34:30am
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The Vicious Babushka  Dec 27, 2015 • 11:34:57am
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Dark_Falcon  Dec 27, 2015 • 11:35:45am

re: #231 Nyet

One is free to disagree with Bernie’s analysis, but let’s not pretend that he legitimated racism or something.

I don’t think he has, but his saying “I Can Win Over Trump Supporters” is the sort of line that is near certain to be taken out of context.

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Nyet  Dec 27, 2015 • 11:38:13am

re: #233 Wendell Zurkowitz (slave to the waffle light)

Common tactic for ruling elite to pit two disadvantaged classes against each other on racial, ethnic or religious lines…

Basically.

Let’s not forget that Bernie is a socialist, which means he probably agrees with derivation of racism mostly from class struggle under capitalism. One can argue with this as being maybe too simplistic, but it is what it is. The thesis may be wrong (in part), but it’s not morally objectionable for Bernie, under his assumptions, to say that these concerns are legitimate - because for him those are economic concerns. It doesn’t mean that for him racist concerns are legitimate.

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Wendell Zurkowitz (slave to the waffle light)  Dec 27, 2015 • 11:38:39am

re: #235 The Vicious Babushka

he simply wasn’t ready. she was.

“Do you want me to start googling it now?”.

No, but how about doing so before opening up your yap?

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Blind Frog Belly White  Dec 27, 2015 • 11:39:02am

re: #227 Jenner7

Trump started his campaign on a racist tirade. This has nothing to do with economic issues. Bernie is wrong to say they are legitimate.

Disagree. The reason Trump’s message of scapegoating works is that a lot of people are finding their imagined economic security evaporating, and because they’d already bought into the Free Market Religion that your economic position reflects your value as a person, they can’t blame rich people. The two things they CAN blame are Government and ‘Other’, which for most of them constitutes anyone non-white, non-male, and non-Christian. So, Trump’s appeal to misogyny, racism, nativism, and Islamophobia resonates with their feelings of economic insecurity.

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The Vicious Babushka  Dec 27, 2015 • 11:39:17am

Uma Kompton is a parody account.

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ObserverArt  Dec 27, 2015 • 11:43:04am

Sometimes Bernie says the most awkward things. Winning over Trump supporters is right up there. I guess he is fine being looked at as being a bit nutty. Opening yourself up to Trump people makes it look like he is more than a bit crazy, he is willing to go full on nut to get the nomination.

Oh well, it is Bernie.

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Nyet  Dec 27, 2015 • 11:43:10am

re: #236 Dark_Falcon

I don’t think he has, but his saying “I Can Win Over Trump Supporters” is the sort of line that is near certain to be taken out of context.

That’s returning to the topic of the clickbait journalism.
It’s only in the body of the news item that we learn that Bernie was talking about economics. Both the headline and the tweet are hand-crafted to cause outrage (through misleading) and hence clicks, clicks, clicks.

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Dec 27, 2015 • 11:45:18am
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PhillyPretzel  Dec 27, 2015 • 11:46:21am

re: #243 Backwoods_Sleuth

That does not sound very good. I pray that nothing bad happens.

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freetoken  Dec 27, 2015 • 11:50:19am

Two years ago no one would have even taken Bernie Sanders as a serious candidate for President.

At least he has found a seat at the table for himself.

I probably would agree with him on some things. He may be a cut above the normal politician.

He’s still not going to be President.

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Wendell Zurkowitz (slave to the waffle light)  Dec 27, 2015 • 11:51:03am

re: #245 freetoken

Two years ago no one would have even taken Bernie Sanders as a serious candidate for President.

At least he has found a seat at the table for himself.

I probably would agree with him on some things. He may be a cut above the normal politician.

He’s still not going to be President.

Wish I did not have to agree with you.

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Camacho DeezNuts 2016  Dec 27, 2015 • 11:52:17am

I like Bernie. Some of his fans are a little bonkers.

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Blind Frog Belly White  Dec 27, 2015 • 11:52:18am

I would add to my comment that whenever one discusses income inequality with a wingnut, one is likely to be told, “It’s not a zero sum game!”, yet they believe that the advancement of blacks, hispanics, women etc takes away from them, as if it were a zero sum game.

I’d further add that if anyone thinks that income inequality does NOT work as a zero sum game, they should look at income distribution since WWII - incomes for the top 5% only take off when incomes for the other 95% stop rising. Productivity and national income grew fairly steadily, but distribution changed radically.

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freetoken  Dec 27, 2015 • 11:52:38am

re: #246 Wendell Zurkowitz (slave to the waffle light)

One of the difficult things in life, at least for me, is accepting that the die is cast.

What happens tomorrow is not just the result of what happens today, but what has also happened in 10,000 yesterdays.

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Dec 27, 2015 • 11:52:40am

People also getting the word out about pets in Rowlett

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Nyet  Dec 27, 2015 • 11:53:22am

re: #245 freetoken

Two years ago no one would have even taken Bernie Sanders as a serious candidate for President.

I’m not a fan of socialism, but the way the label is treated in the US exceeds all reason. That Bernie is helping to change that is pretty good.

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Blind Frog Belly White  Dec 27, 2015 • 11:54:18am

re: #251 Nyet

I’m not a fan of socialism, but the way the label is treated in the US exceeds all reason. That Bernie is helping to change that is pretty good.

Insularity and the Two Party System.

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freetoken  Dec 27, 2015 • 11:54:48am

re: #251 Nyet

I’m not a fan of socialism, but the way the label is treated in the US exceeds all reason. That Bernie is helping to change that is pretty good.

“Socialism” = your crazy ol’ uncle from the north woods?

Well, that is how it seems sometimes.

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The Vicious Babushka  Dec 27, 2015 • 11:55:02am

re: #248 Blind Frog Belly White

I would add to my comment that whenever one discusses income inequality with a wingnut, one is likely to be told, “It’s not a zero sum game!”, yet they believe that the advancement of blacks, hispanics, women etc takes away from them, as if it were a zero sum game.

I’d further add that if anyone thinks that income inequality does NOT work as a zero sum game, they should look at income distribution since WWII - incomes for the top 5% only take off when incomes for the other 95% stop rising. Productivity and national income grew fairly steadily, but distribution changed radically.

Look at this graph:

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freetoken  Dec 27, 2015 • 11:56:07am

re: #254 The Vicious Babushka

Our entire system of economics is based on exponential growth.

That is non-linearity.

Which is what we see in that graph.

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Nyet  Dec 27, 2015 • 11:56:07am

re: #253 freetoken

“Socialism” = your crazy ol’ uncle from the north woods?

Well, that is how it seems sometimes.

I haven’t seen much from Bernie that would qualify him as a crazy old uncle.

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freetoken  Dec 27, 2015 • 11:56:31am

re: #256 Nyet

I haven’t seen much from Bernie that would qualify as a crazy old uncle.

His hair?

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ObserverArt  Dec 27, 2015 • 11:56:39am

re: #242 Nyet

That’s returning to the topic of the clickbait journalism.
It’s only in the body of the news item that we learn that Bernie was talking about economics. Both the headline and the tweet are hand-crafted to cause outrage (through misleading) and hence clicks, clicks, clicks.

And that ‘article’ was more then thin to boot. That is my concern for Bernie. Somewhere in America some guys are yakking about Bernie cosying up to Trump right now. That whole headline, borrowed from CBS, is all anyone is going to hear and all they will understand is Trump supporters and Bernie.

Bernie will now spend time explaining what he meant. Most of America won’t care about any details and further explanations and we all trudge on.

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Nyet  Dec 27, 2015 • 11:58:15am

re: #257 freetoken

His hair?

Oh, I thought you were serious there.

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freetoken  Dec 27, 2015 • 11:59:56am

re: #259 Nyet

Oh, I thought you were serious there.

Image does count.

Unkempt hair… poorly fitted clothes… booming voice shouting about something… pointing finger…

Yeah, the image fits.

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Wendell Zurkowitz (slave to the waffle light)  Dec 27, 2015 • 12:00:45pm

re: #258 ObserverArt

And that ‘article’ was more then thin to boot. That is my concern for Bernie. Somewhere in America some guys are yakking about Bernie cosying up to Trump right now. That whole headline, borrowed from CBS, is all anyone is going to hear and all they will understand is Trump supporters and Bernie.

Bernie will now spend time explaining what he meant. Most of America won’t care about any details and further explanations and we all trudge on.

We still buy into the myth that the rich get that way because they are somehow morally superior to us and have a stronger work ethic.

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ObserverArt  Dec 27, 2015 • 12:00:51pm

re: #251 Nyet

I’m not a fan of socialism, but the way the label is treated in the US exceeds all reason. That Bernie is helping to change that is pretty good.

Do you really think he is changing it? That would be a mighty feat.

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Nyet  Dec 27, 2015 • 12:03:25pm

re: #260 freetoken

Image does count.

Unkempt hair… poorly fitted clothes… booming voice shouting about something… pointing finger…

Yeah, the image fits.

IOW not a “slick politician”.

If by pointing out the role of Bernie’s hair you wish to demonstrate the fundamental unseriousness of the US politics, be my guest.

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b_sharp  Dec 27, 2015 • 12:03:42pm

re: #250 Backwoods_Sleuth

People also getting the word out about pets in Rowlett

[Embedded content]

Anywhere near you?

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freetoken  Dec 27, 2015 • 12:03:49pm

re: #263 Nyet

IOW not a “slick politician”.

If by pointing out the role of Bernie’s hair you wish to demonstrate the fundamental unseriousness of the US politics, be my guest.

Image counts.

A whole lot.

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The Vicious Babushka  Dec 27, 2015 • 12:04:57pm

re: #263 Nyet

IOW not a “slick politician”.

If by pointing out the role of Bernie’s hair you wish to demonstrate the fundamental unseriousness of the US politics, be my guest.

Bernie has better hair than Trump. Just sayin’

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Blind Frog Belly White  Dec 27, 2015 • 12:05:17pm

re: #254 The Vicious Babushka

Look at this graph:

Embedded Image

That, plus the diminished prospects for Millennials is a lot of why Socialism is becoming less of a dirty word. Boomers in general are not aware of the extent to which Capitalism is failing to deliver as promised.

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Nyet  Dec 27, 2015 • 12:05:31pm

re: #262 ObserverArt

As an example:

alternet.org

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Nyet  Dec 27, 2015 • 12:05:53pm

re: #265 freetoken

Image counts.

A whole lot.

And Bernie’s image is good.

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Blind Frog Belly White  Dec 27, 2015 • 12:07:31pm

re: #265 freetoken

Image counts.

A whole lot.

The question is, though, what image works best in an anti-political establishment election, where one party is seeing a rejection of politicians in favor of a demagogue. Certainly Trump is anything but attractive and slick. He’s a clownish figure.

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ObserverArt  Dec 27, 2015 • 12:08:07pm

I just thought of my Independent Party(Trump/Sander 2016) bumpersticker image that didn’t go over too well. Maybe as time goes on it will have aged a bit and make more sense. If anything Bernie just added to the joke of it.

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Dec 27, 2015 • 12:08:53pm

re: #264 b_sharp

Anywhere near you?

No. It’s Belafon’s area.

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Nyet  Dec 27, 2015 • 12:09:22pm

re: #271 ObserverArt

Oh, it makes sense. Look at all the idiots who promise to vote for Trump if they don’t get Bernie.

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Feline Fearless Leader  Dec 27, 2015 • 12:09:32pm

re: #138 freetoken

If the GOP is not in control of most of the state legislatures in 2020, they will probably lose any hope of controlling Congress for the foreseeable future.

More like 2030. In 2020 in PA, for instance, the congressional districts get redone *before* the state legislative districts get redone. And assuming both are heavily gerrymandered you have to fix the state ones first in order to get a fairer representation and then any chance of fixing the congressional districts.

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Blind Frog Belly White  Dec 27, 2015 • 12:11:11pm

re: #273 Nyet

Oh, it makes sense. Look at all the idiots who promise to vote for Trump if they don’t get Bernie.

Or, like my brother, vote Green, rather than dirtying his hands voting for someone who WON’T appoint Scalias to the SCOTUS, or threaten to deport 11,000,000 residents, or take affordable healthcare away from millions of Americans.

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Dec 27, 2015 • 12:11:13pm
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Feline Fearless Leader  Dec 27, 2015 • 12:17:10pm

re: #190 Nyet

So I’m thinking of watching a horror flick a bit later. Any recommendations from 2015?

Trump debate highlights?

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CuriousLurker  Dec 27, 2015 • 12:18:41pm

re: #234 ausador

Did she say dessert? PIE!!

It’s hard to believe anyone is that stupid, but then I was on Amazon looking at these plastic coin holder sheets that have 2”x2” pockets—you know, for the little white thingamajigs that hold coins—as they’re good for paint & ink swatches. Anyway, there was more than one person who was either asking (in the QA section) or complaining about the coins from falling out of the tops of the pockets.

I just… it’s hard to believe some people really that stupid.

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Nyet  Dec 27, 2015 • 12:18:42pm

re: #277 Feline Fearless Leader

Trump debate highlights?

Bloody disgusting!

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Nyet  Dec 27, 2015 • 12:19:30pm

re: #278 CuriousLurker

pbfcomics.com

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BeachDem  Dec 27, 2015 • 12:21:13pm

re: #234 ausador

[Embedded content]

Another good one:

Is it possible Uma’s is a parody account? Don’t think so, but it is full of teh stupid.

Ahhh littlegreenfootballs.com

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CuriousLurker  Dec 27, 2015 • 12:22:57pm

re: #281 BeachDem

Another good one:

[Embedded content]

Is it possible Uma’s is a parody account? Don’t think so, but it is full of teh stupid.

I was just looking at her timeline and thinking the same thing. Poe’s law—it makes it so hard to tell what’s parody nowadays.

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Nyet  Dec 27, 2015 • 12:23:00pm

re: #281 BeachDem

Pretty sure it’s a parody.

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Nyet  Dec 27, 2015 • 12:24:33pm
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Dave80  Dec 27, 2015 • 12:26:23pm

re: #283 Nyet

Agreed definitely a parody.

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Nyet  Dec 27, 2015 • 12:27:18pm

Also full of tasteless tweets like this (I chose the “less worst” one):

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WhatEVs  Dec 27, 2015 • 12:28:58pm

re: #284 Nyet

Parody account. Has to be. Pretty damned funny, too, now that I look at it.

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WhatEVs  Dec 27, 2015 • 12:29:40pm

re: #287 WhatEVs

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Joe Bacon  Dec 27, 2015 • 12:32:34pm

re: #190 Nyet

So I’m thinking of watching a horror flick a bit later. Any recommendations from 2015?

Pawn Sacrifice—Tobey Maguire perfectly captures Bobby Fischer in the total grip of insanity…

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The Vicious Babushka  Dec 27, 2015 • 12:35:29pm

re: #278 CuriousLurker

Did she say dessert? PIE!!

It’s hard to believe anyone is that stupid, but then I was on Amazon looking at these plastic coin holder sheets that have 2”x2” pockets—you know, for the little white thingamajigs that hold coins—as they’re good for paint & ink swatches. Anyway, there was more than one person who was either asking (in the QA section) or complaining about the coins from falling out of the tops of the pockets.

I just… it’s hard to believe some people really that stupid.

Uma Kompton is a parody account. (Poe’s Law, inorite!)

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meteor  Dec 28, 2015 • 12:41:13pm

re: #82 Tigger2

Squeeeee!!


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