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MsJ  Sep 12, 2017 • 12:14:40pm

These are some of the most horrible people we’ve seen.

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Sir John Barron  Sep 12, 2017 • 12:15:37pm

re: #1 MsJ

These are some of the most horrible people we’ve seen.

Stay classy, Trump Administration.

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Targetpractice  Sep 12, 2017 • 12:19:27pm

re: #1 MsJ

These are some of the most horrible people we’ve seen.

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I cannot for the life of me remember the Obama admin ever spending this much time ragging on McCain or Romney after the election. But that’s probably because his victories were so convincing that he didn’t feel the need to bash them months later.

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JordanRules  Sep 12, 2017 • 12:19:30pm

re: #1 MsJ

Bizarro world.

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KGxvi  Sep 12, 2017 • 12:19:31pm

re: #1 MsJ

Let’s just be clear, had Trump lost the election he would have done the following:

1. Played the president in Sharknado [insert number here and weep]
2. Had a book ghostwritten about the election
3. Bitched about the results on twitter all day, every day
4. Reworked The Apprentice to be about campaigns in some way
5. Started Trump TV which would have resulted in him having some sort of nightly Wally George style show

So Clinton writing a book is probably the least terrible thing she could have done.

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JordanRules  Sep 12, 2017 • 12:21:17pm

re: #1 MsJ

Meanwhile, her Dad….

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Targetpractice  Sep 12, 2017 • 12:21:51pm

re: #5 KGxvi

Let’s just be clear, had Trump lost the election he would have done the following:

1. Played the president in Sharknado [insert number here and weep]
2. Had a book ghostwritten about the election
3. Bitched about the results on twitter all day, every day
4. Reworked The Apprentice to be about campaigns in some way
5. Started Trump TV which would have resulted in him having some sort of nightly Wally George style show

So Clinton writing a book is probably the least terrible thing she could have done.

6. Tried to fight the election results through litigation, spending weeks or months in the courts arguing that Hillary was not the legitimate winner and anyone who declared differently was engaged in a conspiracy against him.

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lawhawk  Sep 12, 2017 • 12:21:54pm

Another hot take from someone whose reading comprehension skill actually proves Hillary’s point.

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MsJ  Sep 12, 2017 • 12:21:54pm

Hmmm….

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Stanley Sea  Sep 12, 2017 • 12:23:33pm

re: #8 lawhawk

Another hot take from someone whose reading comprehension skill actually proves Hillary’s point.

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16 retweets. She’s toast.

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Sir John Barron  Sep 12, 2017 • 12:24:16pm

re: #8 lawhawk

Another hot take from someone whose reading comprehension skill actually proves Hillary’s point.

Who is this person?

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Targetpractice  Sep 12, 2017 • 12:24:22pm

Oh, and don’t forget that the GOP would have been hot and heavy about investigating any suggestions that Russian interference in the 2016 election might have allowed Hillary to win, using such to argue that stalling her agenda was in the nation’s best interests.

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klys (maker of Silmarils)  Sep 12, 2017 • 12:25:14pm
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Targetpractice  Sep 12, 2017 • 12:27:07pm

re: #13 klys (maker of Silmarils)

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No home button, from the company that last year got burned in effigy for deleting the headphone jack and forcing people to pay out the ass for adapter pieces and bluetooth headphones.

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FormerDirtDart  Sep 12, 2017 • 12:27:25pm

POWER

Alive and well in Jacksonville, FL

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MsJ  Sep 12, 2017 • 12:29:00pm

re: #15 FormerDirtDart

POWER

Alive and well in Jacksonville, FL

Woo hoo!

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KGxvi  Sep 12, 2017 • 12:29:09pm

re: #7 Targetpractice

6. Tried to fight the election results through litigation, spending weeks or months in the courts arguing that Hillary was not the legitimate winner and anyone who declared differently was engaged in a conspiracy against him.

Eh, maybe, but if he would have lost the popular vote by 3 million (like he did) and Wisconsin, Michigan, and Pennsylvania go the other way, I don’t think he’d have fought too hard. I’m still not entirely convinced he really wanted the job. I lean towards the theory that he ran in an attempt to goose his Q rating and then sort of Forrest Gumped his way into the Oval Office.

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Kragar  Sep 12, 2017 • 12:30:12pm

re: #6 JordanRules

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wrenchwench  Sep 12, 2017 • 12:31:01pm

re: #15 FormerDirtDart

POWER

Alive and well in Jacksonville, FL

Stanley Sea had us all on the lookout for you.

Good to ‘see’ you.

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Stanley Sea  Sep 12, 2017 • 12:31:12pm

re: #15 FormerDirtDart

POWER

Alive and well in Jacksonville, FL

Finally!

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Myron Falwell  Sep 12, 2017 • 12:32:49pm

re: #6 JordanRules

I read Fuckabee’s tweet in Chris Crocker’s voice.

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Skip Intro  Sep 12, 2017 • 12:33:23pm

re: #14 Targetpractice

No home button, from the company that last year got burned in effigy for deleting the headphone jack and forcing people to pay out the ass for adapter pieces and bluetooth headphones.

In IOS 11 Apple has finally invented the file browser. Why didn’t anyone think of this earlier?

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BeachDem  Sep 12, 2017 • 12:34:12pm

re: #1 MsJ

These are some of the most horrible people we’ve seen.

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I’ve already ordered two of her books—one for me; one for a friend who’s in the hospital (and is a 100%, true-blue Hillary 4evah fan.) Needed no incentive, no propping and am not “sad.”

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Skip Intro  Sep 12, 2017 • 12:34:13pm

re: #18 Kragar

I thought he was more into torture porn.

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Targetpractice  Sep 12, 2017 • 12:34:51pm

re: #17 KGxvi

Eh, maybe, but if he would have lost the popular vote by 3 million (like he did) and Wisconsin, Michigan, and Pennsylvania go the other way, I don’t think he’d have fought too hard. I’m still not entirely convinced he really wanted the job. I lean towards the theory that he ran in an attempt to goose his Q rating and then sort of Forrest Gumped his way into the Oval Office.

Yet that’s the reason he would have taken the matter to the courts, because it would get him more press, it would what his fans wanted so badly, and it would have helped the GOP begin the process of discrediting her election as “illegitimate.” See also: The GOP spending the 90s asserting the Bill’s twice electoral victories were “illegitimate” because he didn’t win 51% of the popular vote.

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petesh  Sep 12, 2017 • 12:35:28pm

Mmmm, Trump TV. Now, there’s a novel path to bankruptcy.

(Yes, a good businessman could make money on it, I admit that.)

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electrotek  Sep 12, 2017 • 12:35:34pm
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FormerDirtDart  Sep 12, 2017 • 12:35:49pm

re: #15 FormerDirtDart

POWER

Alive and well in Jacksonville, FL

Now all I have to do is hunt down that damn crab that snuck in yesterday afternoon and was last seen hiding behind my filing cabinet

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BeachDem  Sep 12, 2017 • 12:35:51pm

re: #6 JordanRules

Meanwhile, her Dad….

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Maybe the yam can help the Huckabees improve the “branding” of their humor, like he did for the Coast Guard.

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Myron Falwell  Sep 12, 2017 • 12:36:23pm

re: #21 Myron Falwell

I read Fuckabee’s tweet in Chris Crocker’s voice.

Or, for that matter, Seth Green parodying defending Chris Crocker:

Seth Green Says Leave Chris Crocker Alone!

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Targetpractice  Sep 12, 2017 • 12:36:32pm

re: #22 Skip Intro

In IOS 11 Apple has finally invented the file browser. Why didn’t anyone think of this earlier?

Apple’s idea of innovation is “Let’s jump on the bandwagons that passed us by, did world tours, and have now broken down.”

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Charles Johnson  Sep 12, 2017 • 12:38:58pm
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Targetpractice  Sep 12, 2017 • 12:41:13pm

re: #32 Charles Johnson

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And she’s absolutely right, those same journalists to this day wig the fuck out if you confront them with their part in getting Trump elected.

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Targetpractice  Sep 12, 2017 • 12:43:06pm

So Apple does away with the home button and requires facial recognition to open your new iPhone, which means if that camera is blocked, dirty, or non-functional, your phone is bricked until you can remedy the problem.

Brilliant thinking, fellas./////

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wrenchwench  Sep 12, 2017 • 12:45:22pm

re: #27 electrotek

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I see in her profile she’s a Berkeley alum. I did not know that before now.

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lawhawk  Sep 12, 2017 • 12:48:46pm
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MsJ  Sep 12, 2017 • 12:48:56pm

ARGH!!

Tax dollars. F#}%*{s!

Trump genuinely trusts few people outside of his own immediate family. Those close to the president say Manigault is one of them. Though sources say she doesn’t do much day to day, Manigault earns $179,700 annually, the top rate for White House staffers.

How Omarosa Became the Most ‘Despised’ Person in the Trump White House

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Skip Intro  Sep 12, 2017 • 12:52:23pm

re: #37 MsJ

She’ll be the one selecting who is to be sent to the death camps.

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Targetpractice  Sep 12, 2017 • 12:53:05pm

Jefferson Beauregard decides to prove he’s not a racist by pursuing federal charges against the cops involved in Freddie Gray’s death…nah, I’m just joshing, he totally let them walk.

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wrenchwench  Sep 12, 2017 • 12:55:46pm

re: #36 lawhawk

[Maybe instead of blaming Trump’s win on “Hillary was a bad candidate” we should blame it on “A lot of America is racist and broken.”]

There’s always ‘economic anxiety’.

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EPR-radar  Sep 12, 2017 • 12:55:54pm

re: #27 electrotek

What a gathering of RWNJ fuckwits. The whole point of having this at Berkeley is to try to provoke a riot, which will be blamed on the left.

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Eventual Carrion  Sep 12, 2017 • 12:57:26pm

re: #39 Targetpractice

Jefferson Beauregard decides to prove he’s not a racist by pursuing federal charges against the cops involved in Freddie Gray’s death…nah, I’m just joshing, he totally let them walk.

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Well it’s not like the officers were smoking a joint or anything terrible like that.

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EPR-radar  Sep 12, 2017 • 12:57:35pm

re: #34 Targetpractice

So Apple does away with the home button and requires facial recognition to open your new iPhone, which means if that camera is blocked, dirty, or non-functional, your phone is bricked until you can remedy the problem.

Brilliant thinking, fellas./////

“Let’s make the critical path longer and more complicated!”, said no good engineer ever.

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BeachDem  Sep 12, 2017 • 12:58:04pm

re: #37 MsJ

ARGH!!

Tax dollars. F#}%*{s!

How Omarosa Became the Most ‘Despised’ Person in the Trump White House

So, new comms director, spokesmodel Hope Hicks, is, according to Maggie, like an extension of the yam’s family, and (according to this article)

And yet, for all the internal drama she’s stirred, Manigault’s salvation has been that Trump loves her.

Wonder how that’s all going to work out…

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scottslemmons  Sep 12, 2017 • 12:58:51pm

re: #41 EPR-radar

What a gathering of RWNJ fuckwits. The whole point of having this at Berkeley is to try to provoke a riot, which will be blamed on the left.

If Berekley’s smart, they’ll cancel the event. Let the Nazis sue. Discovery will certainly show that Milo and crew intended to start a riot.

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JordanRules  Sep 12, 2017 • 1:00:40pm

re: #37 MsJ

Horrible people attract horrible people. She may have survival skills in this regime but what will be left standing when it’s all said and done. It won’t be impressive to anyone.

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wrenchwench  Sep 12, 2017 • 1:01:08pm

re: #45 scottslemmons

If Berekley’s smart, they’ll cancel the event. Let the Nazis sue. Discovery will certainly show that Milo and crew intended to start a riot.

That would also be counted as a win by rwnjs. Making Berkeley ‘anti free speech’.

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MsJ  Sep 12, 2017 • 1:01:55pm

re: #39 Targetpractice

Jefferson Beauregard decides to prove he’s not a racist by pursuing federal charges against the cops involved in Freddie Gray’s death…nah, I’m just joshing, he totally let them walk.

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Assuming we ever come out on the other side of this administration, the only positive is that 99.9% of all POC, Muslims, LGBTQ, etc. won’t ever vote Republican (or vote Republican again). We white folks are the minority and shrinking. Old whites, I think, are the most closed minded. They’ll be gone soon enough. Good riddance.

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Big Beautiful Door  Sep 12, 2017 • 1:02:27pm

re: #38 Skip Intro

She’ll be the one selecting who is to be sent to the death camps.

Everyone will have to bow down to President Trump! Donald Trump’s Revenge List

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Charles Johnson  Sep 12, 2017 • 1:02:29pm
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Ace-o-aces  Sep 12, 2017 • 1:03:03pm
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MsJ  Sep 12, 2017 • 1:03:15pm

re: #44 BeachDem

So, new comms director, spokesmodel Hope Hicks, is, according to Maggie, like an extension of the yam’s family, and (according to this article)

And yet, for all the internal drama she’s stirred, Manigault’s salvation has been that Trump loves her.

Wonder how that’s all going to work out…

Poorly (I hope and pray).

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Targetpractice  Sep 12, 2017 • 1:04:48pm

re: #47 wrenchwench

That would also be counted as a win by rwnjs. Making Berkeley ‘anti free speech’.

Not to mention the endless whining from the “morality police” for Berkeley depriving these poor folks their “free speech,” that if they’re not allowed to vent their spleens then it’ll lead to secret police and cattle cars.

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EPR-radar  Sep 12, 2017 • 1:06:45pm

re: #53 Targetpractice

Not to mention the endless whining from the “morality police” for Berkeley depriving these poor folks their “free speech,” that if they’re not allowed to vent their spleens then it’ll lead to secret police and cattle cars.

These RWNJs already have complete freedom of speech. An entire industry exists to propagate this shit.

The Berkeley event is an attempt to forcibly capture an audience for RWNJ shit, and to prevent any counter-protest.

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Targetpractice  Sep 12, 2017 • 1:07:11pm

re: #51 Ace-o-aces

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Tailgunner Ted tweeting porn tweets is now a “scandal”? FFS, can’t we all just point and laugh without suggesting that it constitutes a “scandal”?

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Skip Intro  Sep 12, 2017 • 1:08:02pm

I see no hope that college Republicans will pull their party back from the abyss.

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alloutofcrazyhere  Sep 12, 2017 • 1:08:17pm

re: #34 Targetpractice

So Apple does away with the home button and requires facial recognition to open your new iPhone, which means if that camera is blocked, dirty, or non-functional, your phone is bricked until you can remedy the problem.

You will still have your pin or password. I really doubt that they’ll let you set that up without having a pin or password first. Also, a new feature for iOS 11 is that if you hit the power button five times in succession, then you will have to unlock the phone the next time with a pin/password.

Apparently this was a new feature put in due to certain people being targeted by law enforcement as getting a pin/password from someone is harder legally than a thumbprint/eye scan.

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Charles Johnson  Sep 12, 2017 • 1:08:43pm
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EPR-radar  Sep 12, 2017 • 1:09:14pm

re: #56 Skip Intro

I see no hope that college Republicans will pull their party back from the abyss.

Of course not. College Republicans have a depraved indifference to other human life than many older Republicans took years to learn.

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BeachDem  Sep 12, 2017 • 1:10:58pm

re: #55 Targetpractice

Tailgunner Ted tweeting porn tweets is now a “scandal”? FFS, can’t we all just point and laugh without suggesting that it constitutes a “scandal”?

Along with “firebrand,” “scandal” is one of the most overused political terms. Ugh.

Oh, and speaking of Milo, his sense of humor could use some re-branding as well—his whole—my house is gone saga was a joke, you guys—just a funny little joke. Geez, don’t you libtards have a sense of humor?

rawstory.com

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wrenchwench  Sep 12, 2017 • 1:16:59pm

re: #53 Targetpractice

Not to mention the endless whining from the “morality police” for Berkeley depriving these poor folks their “free speech,” that if they’re not allowed to vent their spleens then it’ll lead to secret police and cattle cars.

Even Christ told them to cool it.

The school has, meanwhile, attempted to bring some order to the controversy over free speech, promising to spend the year hosting its own fireside chats about the issue and civil point-counterpoint discussions. As students returned for the beginning of the school year, Chancellor Carol Christ sent out a letter noting that a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, where a young woman died after a man drove his vehicle into a crowd of counterprotesters, had made “the issue of free speech even more tense.” And she advised students to defend free speech, even it means hearing ideas they do not like.

“Call toxic speech out for what it is, don’t shout it down,” she wrote, “for in shouting it down, you collude in the narrative that universities are not open to all speech. Respond to hate speech with more speech.”

Carol Christ, to be specific.

Edited to add a link.

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lawhawk  Sep 12, 2017 • 1:18:42pm
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ObserverArt  Sep 12, 2017 • 1:19:35pm

re: #27 electrotek

JJ MacNab ✔ @jjmacnab
September 24-27 “Free Speech Week” in Berkeley, CA.

Speaker list so far:
3:25 PM - Sep 12, 2017

Whole lotta crazy going on there.

I hope science is watching, a black hole may form and swallow the speakers and attendees up to protect the universe.

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Charles Johnson  Sep 12, 2017 • 1:19:56pm

Maybe someone can explain to me how saying “the 9/11 attacks were a horrific event in US history” is “disrespecting” the victims, or “downgrading” or “minimizing” the attacks? Hundreds of right wing parrots are throwing this BS at me. It’s so incredibly, deliberately dishonest.

These people are really attached to their 9/11 fear reactions, and if you dare to suggest that there are other things that might be comparable in any way they fucking freak out.

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Charles Johnson  Sep 12, 2017 • 1:25:02pm

I understand being traumatized by the 9/11 terror attacks, because I was too. But constantly reinforcing the fear and shock and insisting it was the worst thing that could ever happen is just not a healthy way to behave. Eventually you have to let a scab form and turn into scar tissue; if you just keep picking at it, it will never heal and might even get infected, which I think is what’s happened for a lot of these people.

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lawhawk  Sep 12, 2017 • 1:26:02pm

re: #64 Charles Johnson

Maybe someone can explain to me how saying “the 9/11 attacks were a horrific event in US history” is “disrespecting” the victims, or “downgrading” or “minimizing” the attacks? Hundreds of right wing parrots are throwing this BS at me. It’s so incredibly, deliberately dishonest.

These people are really attached to their 9/11 fear reactions, and if you dare to suggest that there are other things that might be comparable in any way they fucking freak out.

I got nothing.

I’ve spent the last 16 years writing about the attacks and the rebuilding process, and it was indeed a horrific event in US history - with repercussions that we’re dealing with to this day (Patriot Act, TSA, security theater, DHS, etc., to say nothing of foreign policy decisions, such as invasion of Iraq and ongoing missions elsewhere - UAV strikes, Afghanistan, etc.)

None of that minimizes the devastation of the day, or attacks the victims in NYC, DC, or Flight 93.

None of it downgrades the attacks and how it affected people around the US, or the world.

But it does show a fundamental lack of reading comprehension, awareness, or basic logic.

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wrenchwench  Sep 12, 2017 • 1:27:16pm
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whitebeach  Sep 12, 2017 • 1:27:46pm

re: #34 Targetpractice

So Apple does away with the home button and requires facial recognition to open your new iPhone, which means if that camera is blocked, dirty, or non-functional, your phone is bricked until you can remedy the problem.

Brilliant thinking, fellas./////

Not to mention that with this feature, your evil identical twin can destroy you.

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freetoken  Sep 12, 2017 • 1:30:50pm

re: #64 Charles Johnson

9/11 has become the basis of a new American religion.

Which is really on old American religion.

American exceptionalism is the collective superpositioning of fear of not-being-enough.

What a major, successful, terrorist attack undermined is this idea that America is the apple of God’s eye.

Hawking 9/11 really bugs me. As terrible as murdering a couple of thousand people was, we’ve had wars that killed many, many times that. And nothing comes close to the Civil War in traumatizing the US (which is why 150 years later it is still a hot button.)

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alloutofcrazyhere  Sep 12, 2017 • 1:30:56pm

re: #68 whitebeach

Not to mention that with this feature, your evil identical twin can destroy you.

The reason they went with facial recognition is because they couldn’t get a thumbprint scanner to work via the new oled screen.

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Myron Falwell  Sep 12, 2017 • 1:35:46pm

re: #70 alloutofcrazyhere

The reason they went with facial recognition is because they couldn’t get a thumbprint scanner to work via the new oled screen.

I have not had an issue with the thumbprint scanner at all on my iPhone 6.

re: #34 Targetpractice

So Apple does away with the home button and requires facial recognition to open your new iPhone, which means if that camera is blocked, dirty, or non-functional, your phone is bricked until you can remedy the problem.

Brilliant thinking, fellas./////

Or if you get a bad case of acne or wind up with your face all bandaged up.

It’s a solution no one really needed for a problem that didn’t really exist.

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GlutenFreeJesus  Sep 12, 2017 • 1:35:49pm

re: #68 whitebeach

That part was funny.

P.S. They’ll still have a passcode option.

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Targetpractice  Sep 12, 2017 • 1:36:53pm

re: #70 alloutofcrazyhere

The reason they went with facial recognition is because they couldn’t get a thumbprint scanner to work via the new oled screen.

Apple adopts new OLED screen, can’t get thumbprint scanner to work so dispenses with it and moved all users over to facial recognition.

Samsung just moves scanner to back of phone, since they know most users will end up buying a new case for their phone anyway.

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alloutofcrazyhere  Sep 12, 2017 • 1:38:03pm

re: #71 Myron Falwell

I have not had an issue with the thumbprint scanner at all on my iPhone 6.

There is no physical home button/thumbprint scanner on the new iPhone with the large oled screen.

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GlutenFreeJesus  Sep 12, 2017 • 1:39:31pm

re: #73 Targetpractice

There’s no button for a thumb print scanner. It’s a full frontal screen. I’ll take it. :)

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Targetpractice  Sep 12, 2017 • 1:43:07pm

re: #75 GlutenFreeJesus

There’s no button for a thumb print scanner. It’s a full frontal screen. I’ll take it. :)

I won’t. I’m one of those weirdos that wants there to be buttons like a home button on their phone. Just like I thought it was absolutely asinine to remove the headphone jack and tell people upgrading their phone to shell out even more money for adapters and bluetooth headphones. Apple’s getting a little far up its own ass and last time they did that, it took Steve Jobs to save them from bankruptcy.

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JordanRules  Sep 12, 2017 • 1:43:19pm
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nines09  Sep 12, 2017 • 1:43:28pm
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alloutofcrazyhere  Sep 12, 2017 • 1:45:31pm

re: #73 Targetpractice

Samsung just moves scanner to back of phone, since they know most users will end up buying a new case for their phone anyway.

Samsung tried to get a thumbprint scanner to work via the OLED screen as well with no luck. The thumbprint scanner on the back of the phone is decent for now.

If either company gets it figured out, they’ll probably give you the option to use both systems. Even if the facial scanner isn’t used much later on, that tech will more than likely go to use for better selfies/facetime chats anyway. Nothing is ever wasted in tech/research.

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Le Coquí Résistance  Sep 12, 2017 • 1:45:43pm

re: #13 klys (maker of Silmarils)

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Maybe it has the Touch ID solution: when you restart your phone, you have to enter the pin number, which is constitutionally protected (your fingers aren’t).

iOS 11 will have a new feature where, if you press the power button 5 times quickly, it will require the pin number instead of the Touch ID.

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freetoken  Sep 12, 2017 • 1:45:51pm

re: #77 JordanRules

What is a “sex abuse allegation?”

Is he abusing someone?

Seems strange.

Either you’re assaulting someone or not. Abuse is kind of strange unless it’s an immediate family member.

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stpaulbear  Sep 12, 2017 • 1:45:55pm

There are, as of this comment, 628 Amazon reviews of Hillary’s new book. 50% are one-star. Of those 300+ one-star reviews, exactly two of them are verified purchases.

There are 128 verified purchase five-star reviews so far.

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BeachDem  Sep 12, 2017 • 1:46:08pm

re: #65 Charles Johnson

I understand being traumatized by the 9/11 terror attacks, because I was too. But constantly reinforcing the fear and shock and insisting it was the worst thing that could ever happen is just not a healthy way to behave. Eventually you have to let a scab form and turn into scar tissue; if you just keep picking at it, it will never heal and might even get infected, which I think is what’s happened for lot of these people.

My take (which is that the yam is the worst thing that has happened in my lifetime—and I’m old)

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Jeez, it was long enough without printing it twice—sorry.

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Le Coquí Résistance  Sep 12, 2017 • 1:49:21pm

re: #80 Le Coquí Résistance

Adding link…

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alloutofcrazyhere  Sep 12, 2017 • 1:49:25pm

re: #80 Le Coquí Résistance

Maybe it has the Touch ID solution: when you restart your phone, you have to enter the pin number, which is constitutionally protected (your fingers aren’t).

Yep. It will.

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lawhawk  Sep 12, 2017 • 1:49:59pm

re: #69 freetoken

9/11 has become the basis of a new American religion.

Which is really on old American religion.

American exceptionalism is the collective superpositioning of fear of not-being-enough.

What a major, successful, terrorist attack undermined is this idea that America is the apple of God’s eye.

Hawking 9/11 really bugs me. As terrible as murdering a couple of thousand people was, we’ve had wars that killed many, many times that. And nothing comes close to the Civil War in traumatizing the US (which is why 150 years later it is still a hot button.)

And why the South and Southern heritage is still hawked with pride when they’re the ones who lost - and the ones who committed treason and engaged in insurrection against the Union. Pointing this out is enough to trigger the same people who think USA #1 without the slightest bit of irony.

Where 9/11 differs is that in prior wars that the US entered, the targets of violence initiating the conflict were military targets. This was a conflict where the targets were entirely civilian in nature. The terrorists used methods that didn’t require massive amounts of explosives or military prep - just the ability to hijack airlines and fly them into structures of their choosing. Low risk, high reward from their POV - whereas defending against that requires high investment, and ongoing vigiliance to protect against future attacks using those same methods (all while the terrorists change methodologies to try and inflict mass casualties). Hence, we get various suicide bombing attacks, shoe bombers, and now vehicle hijackings that drive through high usage areas to kill/maim as many as possible.

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Lidane  Sep 12, 2017 • 1:50:30pm

What the actual fuck?

Sorry if it’s been posted, but it just came across my feed.

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dangerman  Sep 12, 2017 • 1:51:47pm

re: #15 FormerDirtDart

POWER

Alive and well in Jacksonville, FL

i guess we’re not “people” yet ;-)

YouTube

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CongoJack  Sep 12, 2017 • 1:53:51pm

re: #87 Lidane

What the actual fuck?

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Sorry if it’s been posted, but it just came across my feed.

… Kansas…
I’m ashamed to have been born and raised in that state.

Thank dog I moved to Colorado (belated wave to Anymouse who just drove by my town a day or two ago).

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BlueSpotinAL  Sep 12, 2017 • 1:54:49pm

Whoa:
Jones is the Democrat, Roy Moore and Luther Strange are in a Republican runoff

When asked who they would vote for in the Dec. 12 general election between Jones and Strange, 43.1 percent said Strange and 39.6 said Jones, a former U.S. attorney in Birmingham.

Asked the same question with Moore as the GOP candidate, 43.5 percent supported the former Alabama chief justice and 39.9 percent of those polled said they would vote for Jones.

al.com

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Stanley Sea  Sep 12, 2017 • 1:55:15pm

re: #87 Lidane

What the actual fuck?

[Embedded content]

Sorry if it’s been posted, but it just came across my feed.

Horrific.

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The Vicious Babushka  Sep 12, 2017 • 1:55:58pm

HURR HURR THIS PROVE WE MUST HAVE MOAR VOTER IDS!!!!11!!

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Shiplord Kirel, live from behind wingnut lines  Sep 12, 2017 • 1:57:01pm

Ninth person dies after shooting at Dallas Cowboys football party

One of the two people rushed to the hospital after a football watch party in Texas turnedinto a mass shootingdied from their injuries, as authorities dubbed the violent incident one of the worst to occur in the city of Plano.

“We’ve never had a shooting of this magnitude; never had this many victims,” Plano Police Chief Gregory W. Rushin said. “It’s just a terrible event.”

Nine people, including the suspected gunmen, were killed when the football party suddenly turned violent.

They use “gunMEN” twice but there was apparently only one shooter. It was a massacre. There were 9 people in the house. All were shot, 7 were killed on the spot, one died later at the hospital, and the final victim may yet die. The shooter was killed by police.

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BeachDem  Sep 12, 2017 • 1:57:02pm

This is fine.

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ObserverArt  Sep 12, 2017 • 1:57:56pm

re: #32 Charles Johnson

Charles Johnson ✔ @Green_Footballs
Replying to @brianstelter @PeterHamby
She’s absolutely correct, and the press is still hostile toward her.


3:38 PM - Sep 12, 2017

Damn straight!

She has taken more crap in politics than just about everyone and kept ticking.

Compared to the very touch-me-not Don she can stand up and put up with anything.

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Sir John Barron  Sep 12, 2017 • 1:58:49pm

re: #90 BlueSpotinAL

Whoa:
Jones is the Democrat, Roy Moore and Luther Strange are in a Republican runoff

al.com

So, this is much closer than expected for Jones?

The Roy Moore presidency is going to be dog-awful. half /

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Targetpractice  Sep 12, 2017 • 1:59:13pm

re: #86 lawhawk

And why the South and Southern heritage is still hawked with pride when they’re the ones who lost - and the ones who committed treason and engaged in insurrection against the Union. Pointing this out is enough to trigger the same people who think USA #1 without the slightest bit of irony.

Where 9/11 differs is that in prior wars that the US entered, the targets of violence initiating the conflict were military targets. This was a conflict where the targets were entirely civilian in nature. The terrorists used methods that didn’t require massive amounts of explosives or military prep - just the ability to hijack airlines and fly them into structures of their choosing. Low risk, high reward from their POV - whereas defending against that requires high investment, and ongoing vigiliance to protect against future attacks using those same methods (all while the terrorists change methodologies to try and inflict mass casualties). Hence, we get various suicide bombing attacks, shoe bombers, and now vehicle hijackings that drive through high usage areas to kill/maim as many as possible.

The “War on Terror” was a totally unconventional war and it slammed the “Fulda Fucktards” (to borrow from Max Brooks) right between the eyes. Our entire Armed Forces (from the lowliest foot soldier to the largest carriers) were built to fight WWIII against a conventional military of equal or greater size. Even the lessons of Vietnam were not heeded, the need to be able to fight unconventional forces with something less than earth-shattering explosives and walls of bullets. Our main battle tank was designed in the 1980s to fight a delaying battle in the Fulda Gap against waves of Soviet tanks, not lumber down city streets to take out a couple guys with an RPG.

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Decatur Deb  Sep 12, 2017 • 2:00:10pm

re: #90 BlueSpotinAL

Whoa:
Jones is the Democrat, Roy Moore and Luther Strange are in a Republican runoff

al.com

Work to do, work to do.

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ObserverArt  Sep 12, 2017 • 2:04:48pm

re: #56 Skip Intro

I see no hope that college Republicans will pull their party back from the abyss.

I believe Charlottesville put paid to that. That tiki torch walk on the Friday night before the rally looked like a frat party.

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Targetpractice  Sep 12, 2017 • 2:05:44pm

re: #99 ObserverArt

I believe Charlottesville put paid to that. That tiki torch walk on the Friday night before the rally looked like a frat party.

Well-dressed fascism.

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Sir John Barron  Sep 12, 2017 • 2:06:20pm

re: #56 Skip Intro

I see no hope that college Republicans will pull their party back from the abyss.

Another nifty Affirmative Action Bake Sale should do the trick.

///

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Belafon  Sep 12, 2017 • 2:06:26pm

re: #90 BlueSpotinAL

Whoa:
Jones is the Democrat, Roy Moore and Luther Strange are in a Republican runoff

al.com

Jones obviously isn’t liberal enough.

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BeachDem  Sep 12, 2017 • 2:07:39pm

Well, this makes me feel all warm and fuzzy:

MANCHESTER, NEW HAMPSHIRE—I am here today on an expedition to see a taxpayer-funded exercise in ratfcking American elections. Looking at the members of the Presidential Advisory Commission On Election Integrity—the cheaper the crook, etc.—we see Kris (Papers, Please) Kobach, Ken (Ohio For Bush ‘04) Blackwell, as well as both Hans von Spakovsky and J. Christian Adams; von Spakovsky is a veteran of the W administration’s corrupt attempt to fire U.S. attorneys who declined to participate in this very snipe hunt 11 years ago, and Adams is one of those nuts who pushed the New Black Panthers hoax into the mainstream. This was the most remarkable collection of vote-suppressors since the last time that Ross Barnett dined alone.

…on the day’s first panel of “experts,’ we heard from John Lott…Lott has the approximate intellectual credibility of a manhole cover.

esquire.com

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meteor  Sep 12, 2017 • 2:09:54pm

re: #62 lawhawk

Memory eternal.

Μετά των Αγίων - Meta ton Agion

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Stanley Sea  Sep 12, 2017 • 2:10:01pm

re: #93 Shiplord Kirel, live from behind wingnut lines

Ninth person dies after shooting at Dallas Cowboys football party

They use “gunMEN” twice but there was apparently only one shooter. It was a massacre. There were 9 people in the house. All were shot, 7 were killed on the spot, one died later at the hospital, and the final victim may yet die. The shooter was killed by police.

Ex husband of home owner/game watching party host.

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Sir John Barron  Sep 12, 2017 • 2:11:39pm

re: #103 BeachDem

Well, this makes me feel all warm and fuzzy:

MANCHESTER, NEW HAMPSHIRE—I am here today on an expedition to see a taxpayer-funded exercise in ratfcking American elections. Looking at the members of the Presidential Advisory Commission On Election Integrity—the cheaper the crook, etc.—we see Kris (Papers, Please) Kobach, Ken (Ohio For Bush ‘04) Blackwell, as well as both Hans von Spakovsky and J. Christian Adams; von Spakovsky is a veteran of the W administration’s corrupt attempt to fire U.S. attorneys who declined to participate in this very snipe hunt 11 years ago, and Adams is one of those nuts who pushed the New Black Panthers hoax into the mainstream. This was the most remarkable collection of vote-suppressors since the last time that Ross Barnett dined alone.

…on the day’s first panel of “experts,’ we heard from John Lott…Lott has the approximate intellectual credibility of a manhole cover.

esquire.com

I was hoping someone actually said this in front of the Commission.

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Myron Falwell  Sep 12, 2017 • 2:12:36pm

re: #65 Charles Johnson

I understand being traumatized by the 9/11 terror attacks, because I was too. But constantly reinforcing the fear and shock and insisting it was the worst thing that could ever happen is just not a healthy way to behave. Eventually you have to let a scab form and turn into scar tissue; if you just keep picking at it, it will never heal and might even get infected, which I think is what’s happened for a lot of these people.

Republicans and right-wingers capitalized on fear from 9/11 over and over in order to win votes. Only that this fear and manipulation wound up overtaking the party’s rank-and-file as they ultimately fell for a con artist, dragging the whole party in with them.

Trump was a logical extension of this. He personifies this manipulation and deception through fear to a T.

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meteor  Sep 12, 2017 • 2:12:40pm

OT: I made it home safely, and my house and family are okay. The power is back on Such a relief. Thanks be unto Ceiling Cat.

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jaunte  Sep 12, 2017 • 2:12:55pm

re: #93 Shiplord Kirel, live from behind wingnut lines

“We’ve never had a shooting of this magnitude”

The chief has no idea how many of these dangerously fragile male egos are on the loose.

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klys (maker of Silmarils)  Sep 12, 2017 • 2:15:02pm

re: #64 Charles Johnson

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ObserverArt  Sep 12, 2017 • 2:16:18pm

re: #69 freetoken

9/11 has become the basis of a new American religion.

Which is really on old American religion.

American exceptionalism is the collective superpositioning of fear of not-being-enough.

What a major, successful, terrorist attack undermined is this idea that America is the apple of God’s eye.

Hawking 9/11 really bugs me. As terrible as murdering a couple of thousand people was, we’ve had wars that killed many, many times that. And nothing comes close to the Civil War in traumatizing the US (which is why 150 years later it is still a hot button.)

And how many wingnuts, alt-right, White nationalists types just happen to be holocaust deniers at the same time?

How they apparently think:

“It (9/11) is our tragedy and we hate those that did this to us, revenge!”

“The Holocaust never happened, it was all drummed up by ‘them’ to make White people like us look bad. To hell with them!”

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dangerman  Sep 12, 2017 • 2:18:45pm

re: #87 Lidane

What the actual fuck?

[Embedded content]

Sorry if it’s been posted, but it just came across my feed.

Bank has entire Arab-American family arrested after father tries to deposit large check from home sale rawstory.com

to be just a bit pedantic, the bank called it in.

it’s the police who legitimized it

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electrotek  Sep 12, 2017 • 2:19:48pm
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whitebeach  Sep 12, 2017 • 2:20:31pm

re: #87 Lidane

What the actual fuck?

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Sorry if it’s been posted, but it just came across my feed.

The bright lining of this cloud is that with a decent lawyer the family will end up owning that bank.

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bratwurst  Sep 12, 2017 • 2:20:40pm

A fucking MEN

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electrotek  Sep 12, 2017 • 2:25:31pm
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Belafon  Sep 12, 2017 • 2:26:10pm

re: #115 bratwurst

A fucking MEN

And they’d rather burn it down than hand it over.

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Amory Blaine  Sep 12, 2017 • 2:27:42pm

I just received Hillary’s book from amazon. Going to read it this weekend, but the trolling potential is off the charts. I may go read it in a sports bar. Is there a NASCAR race this weekend?

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electrotek  Sep 12, 2017 • 2:29:32pm
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dog philosopher ஐஒஔ௸  Sep 12, 2017 • 2:29:34pm
reactions around 9/11 have become more about the performance

and this kind of thing was the original, intended meaning of “virtue signalling”

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JordanRules  Sep 12, 2017 • 2:35:41pm
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ObserverArt  Sep 12, 2017 • 2:36:39pm

re: #97 Targetpractice

The “War on Terror” was a totally unconventional war and it slammed the “Fulda Fucktards” (to borrow from Max Brooks) right between the eyes. Our entire Armed Forces (from the lowliest foot soldier to the largest carriers) were built to fight WWIII against a conventional military of equal or greater size. Even the lessons of Vietnam were not heeded, the need to be able to fight unconventional forces with something less than earth-shattering explosives and walls of bullets. Our main battle tank was designed in the 1980s to fight a delaying battle in the Fulda Gap against waves of Soviet tanks, not lumber down city streets to take out a couple guys with an RPG.

i always thought it should have been a CIA effort along with crack special force units targeting individual terrorists as they became known and identified. Which is basically how they ended up taking down Bin Laden.

Bad guys just disappear. Make them think who is next rather lining up in group bases as sitting ducks maing it easy for terrorists to attack.

But our Generals and Majors (Thanks XTC) always seem so unhappy ‘less they got a war…with ALL the trimmings.

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FormerDirtDart  Sep 12, 2017 • 2:37:17pm

Clearing debris in a habit, in Florida

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ObserverArt  Sep 12, 2017 • 2:39:38pm

re: #108 meteor

OT: I made it home safely, and my house and family are okay. The power is back on Such a relief. Thanks be unto Ceiling Cat.

Yay!

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Amory Blaine  Sep 12, 2017 • 2:39:55pm

Looks dangerous with all the loose clothing.

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jaunte  Sep 12, 2017 • 2:41:34pm

re: #125 Amory Blaine

My first reaction, too. She’d better be very, very deliberate.

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ObserverArt  Sep 12, 2017 • 2:43:33pm

re: #110 klys (maker of Silmarils)

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I always had the feeling from the Vets I knew from WW2 they saw the people that never fought in a war celebrating VE Day and the Japanese Surrender with gusto as odd. They knew what it was about and celebrating was not something they did. It was more pure reflection and memory and hope it never happened again.

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ObserverArt  Sep 12, 2017 • 2:47:27pm

re: #118 Amory Blaine

I just received Hillary’s book from amazon. Going to read it this weekend, but the trolling potential is off the charts. I may go read it in a sports bar. Is there a NASCAR race this weekend?

Yeah buddy! Chicagoland Sunday at 3 PM perfect for trolling.

Post pics!

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whitebeach  Sep 12, 2017 • 2:48:34pm

re: #123 FormerDirtDart

Clearing debris in a habit, in Florida

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That’s really dangerous. Not just because of all the loose clothing, which others have noted, but because in Florida somebody’s liable to drive by and shoot her or just run her over with their truck because in that outfit she just has to be a moos-lum.

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Big Beautiful Door  Sep 12, 2017 • 2:49:24pm

re: #76 Targetpractice

I won’t. I’m one of those weirdos that wants there to be buttons like a home button on their phone. Just like I thought it was absolutely asinine to remove the headphone jack and tell people upgrading their phone to shell out even more money for adapters and bluetooth headphones. Apple’s getting a little far up its own ass and last time they did that, it took Steve Jobs to save them from bankruptcy.

This is only an issue with the iPhone X, the $1k phone. Most people will be buying the iPhone 8, which is more conventional and affordable.

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FormerDirtDart  Sep 12, 2017 • 2:53:36pm
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stpaulbear  Sep 12, 2017 • 2:53:41pm

re: #118 Amory Blaine

I just received Hillary’s book from amazon. Going to read it this weekend, but the trolling potential is off the charts. I may go read it in a sports bar. Is there a NASCAR race this weekend?

I ordered mine from B & N yesterday. I thought about going to the store to buy it to 1) support the local B & N, and 2) make a visible support of Hillary. In the end, laziness won.

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Quoth the raven, Covfefe.  Sep 12, 2017 • 2:54:02pm

Evening Lizardim. *collapses in a smoldering wreck*

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stpaulbear  Sep 12, 2017 • 2:59:11pm

re: #123 FormerDirtDart

Clearing debris in a habit, in Florida

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Loose non-protective clothing around a chain saw? No.

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Amory Blaine  Sep 12, 2017 • 2:59:30pm

Hee hee, even got a copy for my little man bun buddy.

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Timothy Watson  Sep 12, 2017 • 3:02:31pm

I read about 30 minutes worth of Clinton’s book today on my Kindle during my lunch break. Between Clinton’s and Tur’s, I’m won’t finish Merchants of Doubt for awhile.

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FormerDirtDart  Sep 12, 2017 • 3:05:11pm

re: #134 stpaulbear

Loose non-protective clothing around a chain saw? No.

Dog is her copilot

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freetoken  Sep 12, 2017 • 3:07:10pm

SCMP’s take:

Trump calls latest UN sanctions on North Korea ‘not a big deal’, contradicting own officials

Besides being just a horrible person, Trump is also incompetent.

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FormerDirtDart  Sep 12, 2017 • 3:07:11pm
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electrotek  Sep 12, 2017 • 3:07:18pm

Anyone have an easier and smarter way to clean out your Gmail account? I have 45,000+ unread messages lol

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ObserverArt  Sep 12, 2017 • 3:08:50pm

As a Catholic schoolboy I learned one thing.

You never question a nun. Ever.

They have superhuman powers. One of them is in this case is to make a point to where some else is so shown up they come and finish cutting up that tree like they should have done all along. Get in gear people!!!

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FormerDirtDart  Sep 12, 2017 • 3:08:53pm
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calochortus  Sep 12, 2017 • 3:09:22pm

re: #140 electrotek

Anyone have an easier and smarter way to clean out your Gmail account? I have 45,000+ unread messages lol

And I thought Mr. C.’s 4,000+ was bad…
Sadly, I have no advice beyond deleting anything older than a month and starting over.

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FormerDirtDart  Sep 12, 2017 • 3:09:52pm

Dogs must be walked

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dog philosopher ஐஒஔ௸  Sep 12, 2017 • 3:10:35pm

re: #140 electrotek

Anyone have an easier and smarter way to clean out your Gmail account? I have 45,000+ unread messages lol

but then how will you get that package with five millions dollars left for you at the airport in lagos, nigeria?

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electrotek  Sep 12, 2017 • 3:10:40pm

re: #143 calochortus

And I thought Mr. C.’s 4,000+ was bad…
Sadly, I have no advice beyond deleting anything older than a month and starting over.

That’s the bad side of allowing infinite storage: the less likelihood of maintenance.

I’m paying a dear price for it. But since I can’t do anything while I’m disabled, I may as well get this knocked out and focus on lynda.com courses.

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Quoth the raven, Covfefe.  Sep 12, 2017 • 3:11:28pm

re: #145 dog philosopher ஐஒஔ௸

but then how will you get that package with five millions dollars left for you at the airport in lagos, nigeria?

Send someone else.

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BeachDem  Sep 12, 2017 • 3:15:04pm

Yeah, ‘cause that’s what’s really important, Maggie.

Is there anyone sane who give a single fuck what “Dr.” Gorka has to say about anything? \

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ObserverArt  Sep 12, 2017 • 3:15:18pm

re: #140 electrotek

Anyone have an easier and smarter way to clean out your Gmail account? I have 45,000+ unread messages lol

Set a date. If after two years none of the unread emails have landed you in jail, got you sued, cost you money, broke up an important relationship or cost you your job car and or house…boot ‘em.

Those within the two year period can be gone through one by one and if the sender is recognizable see if they fall in the list above…if no big issue you know about boot them too.

I usually concentrate a few hours every half year to go through emails.

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jaunte  Sep 12, 2017 • 3:16:44pm

re: #140 electrotek

Anyone have an easier and smarter way to clean out your Gmail account? I have 45,000+ unread messages lol

Can you just drop it and open up a new email account somewhere else?

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The Vicious Babushka  Sep 12, 2017 • 3:17:33pm
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Charles Johnson  Sep 12, 2017 • 3:18:39pm

re: #73 Targetpractice

Apple adopts new OLED screen, can’t get thumbprint scanner to work so dispenses with it and moved all users over to facial recognition.

Samsung just moves scanner to back of phone, since they know most users will end up buying a new case for their phone anyway.

FaceID is not required - you can turn it off and use a passcode.

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dog philosopher ஐஒஔ௸  Sep 12, 2017 • 3:20:05pm

re: #151 The Vicious Babushka

People voted for him simply because he was black.

it’s amazing how simple all issues are when you’re a fucking moron

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Charles Johnson  Sep 12, 2017 • 3:20:09pm
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Quoth the raven, Covfefe.  Sep 12, 2017 • 3:20:31pm

re: #154 Charles Johnson

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No rest for the wicked, Charles, you know that.

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calochortus  Sep 12, 2017 • 3:22:08pm

re: #140 electrotek

An official email bankruptcy would be you tell everyone you’re deleting all your emails older than a month and then do it.

edit for clarity

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dangerman  Sep 12, 2017 • 3:22:30pm

re: #151 The Vicious Babushka

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Tenses don’t match

Was it a single act or multiple people?
Concerted effort or just a bunch of folks who reached the same conclusion?

Joe you are a ass
you don’t make no sense

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Charles Johnson  Sep 12, 2017 • 3:23:34pm

Alex Jones has the Rage Furby on his show again. He’s really pimping the floor pooper - and he even talks about the fecal incident in this one.

Chuck Johnson Calls All Whistleblowers To Come Forward From Facebook/Google To Expose Discrimination

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makeitstop  Sep 12, 2017 • 3:25:27pm

Facebook may be in some pretty deep shit here.

A campaign finance reform group, accusing Facebook of being used as an “accomplice” in a Russian influence scheme, is calling on company chairman Mark Zuckerberg to reverse his position and publicly release “secretly-sponsored” Russian political ads that ran on its platform during last year’s presidential election.

“Facebook was secretly paid to host illegal political ads as part of an illegal foreign influence effort,” said the letter to Zuckerberg from Trevor Potter, president of the Campaign Legal Center and a former chairman of the Federal Election Commission.

“We are not aware of any federal law that would prohibit Facebook from making these ads public,” the letter to Zuckerberg continued. “[B]y hosting these secretly-sponsored Russian political ads, Facebook appears to have been used as an accomplice in a foreign government’s effort to undermine democratic self-governance in the United States. Therefore, we ask you, as the head of a company that has used its platform to promote democratic engagement, to be transparent about how foreign actors used that same platform to undermine our democracy.”

‘Accomplice’ is a pretty strong word.

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Charles Johnson  Sep 12, 2017 • 3:28:29pm

Gah! Chuck C. Johnson is such a repulsive human being. He’s like a prototype of the most disgusting creature possible to wear human form.

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Charles Johnson  Sep 12, 2017 • 3:29:37pm

Alex Jones says Facebook and Twitter WILL KILL YOU! They’re working to get you MURDERED!

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jaunte  Sep 12, 2017 • 3:30:27pm

InfoWars has already killed Chuck Johnson’s lipsynch.

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JordanRules  Sep 12, 2017 • 3:30:48pm
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dog philosopher ஐஒஔ௸  Sep 12, 2017 • 3:30:55pm

re: #161 Charles Johnson

Alex Jones says Facebook and Twitter WILL KILL YOU! They’re working to get you MURDERED!

let me guess… does it have to do somehow with muslims?

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The Vicious Babushka  Sep 12, 2017 • 3:31:02pm

re: #158 Charles Johnson

Alex Jones has the Rage Furby on his show again. He’s really pimping the floor pooper - and he even talks about the fecal incident in this one.

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I see he got that trendy new fascist hairdo.

Say why don’t any of the Deplorables sport a TrumpDoTM? Can’t afford the Aqua Net?

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The Vicious Babushka  Sep 12, 2017 • 3:32:02pm

re: #164 dog philosopher ஐஒஔ௸

let me guess… does it have to do somehow with muslims?

Sex robots.

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jaunte  Sep 12, 2017 • 3:32:04pm

Jones thinks he’s being discriminated against “a trillion times worse” than gays.
Literally!

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Ace-o-aces  Sep 12, 2017 • 3:32:58pm

re: #164 dog philosopher ஐஒஔ௸

let me guess… does it have to do somehow with muslims?

…and diet Coke!

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wheat-dogg  Sep 12, 2017 • 3:34:19pm

re: #140 electrotek

Anyone have an easier and smarter way to clean out your Gmail account? I have 45,000+ unread messages lol

In the search bar, type an email address you get a lot of messages from, like noreply@youtube.com. Select them all and delete. If Gmail gives you the option of deleting the ones not listed, click that before deleting.

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wheat-dogg  Sep 12, 2017 • 3:36:22pm

re: #158 Charles Johnson

Alex Jones has the Rage Furby on his show again. He’s really pimping the floor pooper - and he even talks about the fecal incident in this one.

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Video

Chuck is edging toward conspiracy theory land, I see.

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Quoth the raven, Covfefe.  Sep 12, 2017 • 3:37:21pm

re: #161 Charles Johnson

Alex Jones says Facebook and Twitter WILL KILL YOU! They’re working to get you MURDERED!

Well, he’s more than welcome to stop using ‘em.

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Quoth the raven, Covfefe.  Sep 12, 2017 • 3:37:56pm

re: #170 wheat-dogg

Chuck is edging toward conspiracy theory land, I see.

“Edging toward”? You know he’s a Holocaust denier, right? I’m actually surprised he’s not a 9/11 Truther, although most of those focus on Bush.

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Charles Johnson  Sep 12, 2017 • 3:38:52pm
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Quoth the raven, Covfefe.  Sep 12, 2017 • 3:39:28pm

re: #173 Charles Johnson

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Natter natter TRENDING NEWS ZOMG IMMA SUE YOU AND MAKE BILLIONS!!!!!!1!1111onety

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Charles Johnson  Sep 12, 2017 • 3:40:37pm

Chuck says he was suspended for replying to “someone who called him a homophobic slur?” Is that supposed to be me? What a fucking liar. In truth, he’s the one who used homophobic slurs against me!

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451_Montag  Sep 12, 2017 • 3:41:03pm

re: #140 electrotek

Anyone have an easier and smarter way to clean out your Gmail account? I have 45,000+ unread messages lol

I use

from:. This allows you to search sender

Before: Specify yyyy/mm/dd

Subject:

Actually loads of search operators for gmail

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petesh  Sep 12, 2017 • 3:42:06pm

re: #144 FormerDirtDart

Dogs must be walked

This is true. So must people, and the dogs see to that.

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ObserverArt  Sep 12, 2017 • 3:42:09pm

re: #172 Quoth the raven, Covfefe.

“Edging toward”? You know he’s a Holocaust denier, right? I’m actually surprised he’s not a 9/11 Truther, although most of those focus on Bush.

Isn’t every damn thing a conspiracy with the little red-headed con jobber?

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wheat-dogg  Sep 12, 2017 • 3:42:47pm

re: #172 Quoth the raven, Covfefe.

“Edging toward”? You know he’s a Holocaust denier, right? I’m actually surprised he’s not a 9/11 Truther, although most of those focus on Bush.

Fair point. What I meant was tinfoil hat paranoia: the government are in cahoots with the corporations and the SJWs to shut us down.

Meanwhile, he maintains two websites, does radio interviews, and, more distressingly, seems to have influence in the White House and Congress.

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Quoth the raven, Covfefe.  Sep 12, 2017 • 3:42:53pm

re: #178 ObserverArt

Isn’t every damn thing a conspiracy with the little red-headed con jobber?

Yeah, there is that, too. Twitter banning him was a conspiracy. Facebook “censoring” him is a conspiracy. Obama? Whole goddamn ball of conspiracy. The only thing that’s legit in this world is Donald Trump’s election.

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electrotek  Sep 12, 2017 • 3:43:04pm

re: #176 451_Montag

I use

from:. This allows you to search sender

Before: Specify yyyy/mm/dd

Subject:

Actually loads of search operators for gmail

I ended up using my MacOS Sierra Mail client to clean through my Inbox and seems to be more effective that way. I have some older emails that I don’t want to delete so I’m being extra careful and making sure I don’t end up deleting those by mistake.

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jaunte  Sep 12, 2017 • 3:43:22pm

re: #175 Charles Johnson

Absurd.
“I’m not a Holocaust denier but 6 million didn’t die and I have Jewish friends.”

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jaunte  Sep 12, 2017 • 3:46:12pm

“Interrogate my friends, many of whom are Jews.”
What a weirdo.

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KGxvi  Sep 12, 2017 • 3:47:42pm

re: #175 Charles Johnson

The use of “Jew” or “Jews” instead of “Jewish” tends to be a tell, doesn’t it?

Normal people don’t say, “I have a lot of friends who are Jews.” They say, “I have Jewish friends.” Nor do normal people say, “I like the Jews.” Normal people say, “I like Jewish people.”

You know who often says “Jew” or “Jews” instead of “Jewish”? In my experience white nationalists, neo-nazis, and anti-Semites.

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dog philosopher ஐஒஔ௸  Sep 12, 2017 • 3:49:47pm

re: #175 Charles Johnson

Chuck says he was suspended for replying to “someone who called him a homophobic slur?” Is that supposed to be me? What a fucking liar. In truth, he’s the one who used homophobic slurs against me!

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“i vill prove to you using figures and diagrams zat i am definitively not a jew hater”

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Quoth the raven, Covfefe.  Sep 12, 2017 • 3:51:14pm

re: #185 dog philosopher ஐஒஔ௸

“i vill prove to you using figures and diagrams zat i am definitively not a jew hater”

With apologies to bash.org:

Roses are red
Violets are blue
I could never love you
Because you’re 1/16th Jew

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Ace-o-aces  Sep 12, 2017 • 3:51:15pm

re: #182 jaunte

Absurd.
“I’m not a Holocaust denier but 6 million didn’t die and I have Jewish friends.”

This seem relevant.

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Kilroy was here  Sep 12, 2017 • 3:51:49pm

Wife sent this to me..

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electrotek  Sep 12, 2017 • 3:52:10pm
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Quoth the raven, Covfefe.  Sep 12, 2017 • 3:52:14pm

re: #187 Ace-o-aces

This seem relevant.

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Not only that, but his own goddamn brother actively helped to shelter and cover for Jews fleeing the Reich.

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sagehen  Sep 12, 2017 • 3:53:08pm

re: #127 ObserverArt

I always had the feeling from the Vets I knew from WW2 they saw the people that never fought in a war celebrating VE Day and the Japanese Surrender with gusto as odd. They knew what it was about and celebrating was not something they did. It was more pure reflection and memory and hope it never happened again.

Not odd at all.

The WWII draft inducted ALL the able-bodied men 18-34. ALL OF THEM. At the height of the war, a full 10% of our population was in uniform on battlefields (15 million troops). Everybody had sons, fathers, brothers, neighbors, best friends, etc serving. Everybody had someone they were missing. Winning meant that 97% came home alive.

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wheat-dogg  Sep 12, 2017 • 3:55:16pm

re: #188 Kilroy was here

The Supergirl TV series and the Wonder Woman movie have given girls new role models besides Disney’s many princesses and heroines. It’s probably why a lot of RWNJs and MRAs hate both of them.

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The Ghost of a Flea  Sep 12, 2017 • 3:55:44pm

re: #180 Quoth the raven, Covfefe.

Yeah, there is that, too. Twitter banning him was a conspiracy. Facebook “censoring” him is a conspiracy. Obama? Whole goddamn ball of conspiracy. The only thing that’s legit in this world is Donald Trump’s election.

Conspiracies explain their failures in ways that don’t require self-reflection of doubting their assumptions.

You can see how this unifies all the various resentment-driven groups that have come together.

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Myron Falwell  Sep 12, 2017 • 3:55:59pm

re: #172 Quoth the raven, Covfefe.

“Edging toward”? You know he’s a Holocaust denier, right? I’m actually surprised he’s not a 9/11 Truther, although most of those focus on Bush.

Since Rage Furby and Alex Jones are now BFFs, I expect 9/11 denial from him in a matter of weeks

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Quoth the raven, Covfefe.  Sep 12, 2017 • 3:57:01pm

re: #192 wheat-dogg

The Supergirl TV series and the Wonder Woman movie have given girls new role models besides Disney’s many princesses and heroines. It’s probably why a lot of RWNJs and MRAs hate both of them.

I’ve been binge-watching Supergirl with Mrs. Fish. It hits a lot of major feminist talking points in a very, how shall I say, palatable fashion. The interplay between the rational, level-headed Kara and the “militant feminist” Cat Grant is a great way to drive home the points without being heavy-handed.

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Ace-o-aces  Sep 12, 2017 • 3:58:47pm

re: #194 Myron Falwell

Since Rage Furby and Alex Jones are now BFFs, I expect 9/11 denial from him in a matter of weeks

How do they justify the Muslim ban if they believe 9/11 was orchestrated by a group of Anglo Christians and Jews?

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Quoth the raven, Covfefe.  Sep 12, 2017 • 4:01:08pm

re: #196 Ace-o-aces

How do they justify the Muslim ban if they believe 9/11 was orchestrated by a group of Anglo Christians and Jews?

Umm… umm… umm… BENGHAZI EMAILS OBAMA-SOOPER-SEKRIT-MUSLIM! DERP!!!!!

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Myron Falwell  Sep 12, 2017 • 4:01:21pm

re: #196 Ace-o-aces

How do they justify the Muslim ban if they believe 9/11 was orchestrated by a group of Anglo Christians and Jews?

That’s applying logic to a festering boll of insanity.

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KGxvi  Sep 12, 2017 • 4:01:36pm

re: #196 Ace-o-aces

How do they justify the Muslim ban if they believe 9/11 was orchestrated by a group of Anglo Christians and Jews?

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BeachDem  Sep 12, 2017 • 4:03:13pm

re: #165 The Vicious Babushka

I see he got that trendy new fascist hairdo.

Say why don’t any of the Deplorables sport a TrumpDoTM? Can’t afford the Aqua Net?

I don’t know that I’d really call what Rage Furby has on on his noggin a hairdo—looks like he just rolled out of bed after not washing his hair for 5 weeks.

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The Vicious Babushka  Sep 12, 2017 • 4:04:15pm
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wheat-dogg  Sep 12, 2017 • 4:05:10pm

re: #195 Quoth the raven, Covfefe.

I’ve been binge-watching Supergirl with Mrs. Fish. It hits a lot of major feminist talking points in a very, how shall I say, palatable fashion. The interplay between the rational, level-headed Kara and the “militant feminist” Cat Grant is a great way to drive home the points without being heavy-handed.

The writers have also done a great job exploring the conflicts between Kara’s two careers and identities, especially the romantic side, and the Sanvers romance. (I won’t give too much info, in case you haven’t finished all the seasons yet.)

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KGxvi  Sep 12, 2017 • 4:07:02pm

re: #195 Quoth the raven, Covfefe.

I’ve been binge-watching Supergirl with Mrs. Fish. It hits a lot of major feminist talking points in a very, how shall I say, palatable fashion. The interplay between the rational, level-headed Kara and the “militant feminist” Cat Grant is a great way to drive home the points without being heavy-handed.

I’ve been pleasantly surprised by Supergirl, though I still have about half of the last season to watch. I feel like she was often overlooked in prior DC work, and figured when they brought in Superman at one point that it was going to be the same thing. But they’ve done a very good job with the show. Plus I love that they keep letting Kevin Smith direct episodes of all the Arrowverse shows.

Random Arrowverse thought behind the spoiler tag…

Part of me would really like them to use the Flash cliffhanger to merge the Supergirl universe and that of the other Arrowverse shows.

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BeachDem  Sep 12, 2017 • 4:07:25pm

re: #175 Charles Johnson

Chuck says he was suspended for replying to “someone who called him a homophobic slur?” Is that supposed to be me? What a fucking liar. In truth, he’s the one who used homophobic slurs against me!

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I still love that he “likes Jews disproportionately to their number in the population.”

So, he doesn’t have a Jewish friend—he has more Jewish friends than anybody else evah.

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electrotek  Sep 12, 2017 • 4:08:44pm

re: #201 The Vicious Babushka

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I highly doubt she would have got away with wearing that if she was at a Kid Rock show at Woodstock ‘99.

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Charles Johnson  Sep 12, 2017 • 4:09:28pm
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KingKenrod  Sep 12, 2017 • 4:09:30pm

It’s called ass-kissing, Maggie. She’s worthless as a journalist.

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danarchy  Sep 12, 2017 • 4:10:27pm

re: #192 wheat-dogg

The Supergirl TV series and the Wonder Woman movie have given girls new role models besides Disney’s many princesses and heroines. It’s probably why a lot of RWNJs and MRAs hate both of them.

Eh, I see that more as a statement on the power of marketing. It isn’t like Wonder Woman or Supergirl are new characters and there have been many attempts to bring them to tv or movies for decades. DC just managed to finally do it successfully.

Frozen 2 will be around soon enough and and Elsa and Ana will be all the rage again.

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Charles Johnson  Sep 12, 2017 • 4:11:06pm

And here we go again.

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Stanley Sea  Sep 12, 2017 • 4:11:46pm
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JordanRules  Sep 12, 2017 • 4:13:25pm

re: #209 Charles Johnson

Dumbass wouldn’t know tyranny if it was creeping up in his own country…
And it is.
Free speech my ass.

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Quoth the raven, Covfefe.  Sep 12, 2017 • 4:13:57pm

re: #209 Charles Johnson

And here we go again.

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They have a right to say whatever the hell they want. We have a right to deny them a public platform from which to speak. Free speech means they can’t be arrested for it, doesn’t mean we have to listen to it.

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Patricia Kayden  Sep 12, 2017 • 4:14:32pm

re: #3 Targetpractice

I cannot for the life of me remember the Obama admin ever spending this much time ragging on McCain or Romney after the election. But that’s probably because his victories were so convincing that he didn’t feel the need to bash them months later.

President Obama has self-confidence and swag. I don’t recall him ragging on anyone — not even Bin Laden after his death. It’s called class — something that Trump is completely devoid of.

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alloutofcrazyhere  Sep 12, 2017 • 4:15:33pm

re: #213 Patricia Kayden

As they say, can’t buy class.

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The Ghost of a Flea  Sep 12, 2017 • 4:15:52pm

re: #209 Charles Johnson

How many of the people on that “free speech week” list have at some point postulated that their opponents’ words are dangerous, and un-American in ways that require retaliation?

Because that list includes people who value only their own free speech, and part of their worldview is that anyone contradicting them is an existential threat to the USA.

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The Vicious Babushka  Sep 12, 2017 • 4:16:00pm

re: #211 JordanRules

Dumbass wouldn’t know tyranny if it was creeping up in his own country…
And it is.
Free speech my ass.

They love tyranny as long as they are the tyrants.

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dog philosopher ஐஒஔ௸  Sep 12, 2017 • 4:16:43pm

re: #204 BeachDem

I still love that he “likes Jews disproportionately to their number in the population.”

doth protest too much

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Charles Johnson  Sep 12, 2017 • 4:17:03pm

re: #212 Quoth the raven, Covfefe.

They have a right to say whatever the hell they want. We have a right to deny them a public platform from which to speak. Free speech means they can’t be arrested for it, doesn’t mean we have to listen to it.

It’s like a weird religious belief to some of these people - they don’t really understand the concept of free speech, but they’ll insist over and over that it means no one, not even private companies, can ever prevent anyone from saying anything they want, anywhere they want.

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Timothy Watson  Sep 12, 2017 • 4:17:15pm

re: #215 The Ghost of a Flea

How many of the people on that “free speech week” list have at some point postulated that their opponents’ words are dangerous, and un-American in ways that require retaliation?

“Treason”, by Ann Coulter.

(Assuming you weren’t being rhetorical.)

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sagehen  Sep 12, 2017 • 4:18:26pm

re: #159 makeitstop

Facebook may be in some pretty deep shit here.

‘Accomplice’ is a pretty strong word.

That’s the same Trevor Potter who did a series of appearances on the Colbert Show to illustrate how Super-PACs work…

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Quoth the raven, Covfefe.  Sep 12, 2017 • 4:19:07pm

re: #218 Charles Johnson

It’s like a weird religious belief to some of these people - they don’t really understand the concept of free speech, but they’ll insist over and over that it means no one, not even private companies, can ever prevent anyone from saying anything they want, anywhere they want.

You’re not wrong. “Separation of church and state” has also come to mean that the Church of Wingnut shall not be violated by any dictate of the government, including pesky court decisions declaring that free speech is not violated by, say, Twitter booting users from their service.

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alloutofcrazyhere  Sep 12, 2017 • 4:19:19pm

re: #217 dog philosopher ஐஒஔ௸

The more that you have to explain to your audience that you are not a racist/a bigot/etc. the chances of you being one go up exponentially.

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Archangelus  Sep 12, 2017 • 4:19:26pm

re: #213 Patricia Kayden

President Obama has self-confidence and swag. I don’t recall him ragging on anyone — not even Bin Laden after his death. It’s called class — something that Trump is completely devoid of.

He also didn’t have the temperament of a spoiled 6 year old, unlike Darth Orange McRoadkillhair…

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The Vicious Babushka  Sep 12, 2017 • 4:19:26pm
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Charles Johnson  Sep 12, 2017 • 4:20:24pm

re: #215 The Ghost of a Flea

How many of the people on that “free speech week” list have at some point postulated that their opponents’ words are dangerous, and un-American in ways that require retaliation?

Because that list includes people who value only their own free speech, and part of their worldview is that anyone contradicting them is an existential threat to the USA.

That’s really the point - these are actually people who use the idea of free speech to spread ideas that would result in its destruction. And they harass and persecute their enemies to shut down their right to speak. It’s absolutely maddening that people refuse to see what’s going on here.

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Archangelus  Sep 12, 2017 • 4:20:47pm

Speaking of class (and cue the fuming Pizzagate conspiracy morons)…

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wheat-dogg  Sep 12, 2017 • 4:21:44pm

re: #203 KGxvi

I’ve been pleasantly surprised by Supergirl, though I still have about half of the last season to watch. I feel like she was often overlooked in prior DC work, and figured when they brought in Superman at one point that it was going to be the same thing. But they’ve done a very good job with the show. Plus I love that they keep letting Kevin Smith direct episodes of all the Arrowverse shows.

Random Arrowverse thought behind the spoiler tag…

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I’ve also been pleased with the product. I was afraid it would bomb like Marvel’s Agent Carter, which started off strong then fell victim to shitty writing, or the horrible Supergirl movie. Instead, they’ve deftly managed to make the show as much about superhero adventures as growing as a powerful females and figuring out how to fit into society. Plus, they’ve managed to hit on some social issues, like immigration, xenophobia, prejudice, and same-sex relationships, without spoiling the fun aspects of the show’s premise.

Plus, Melissa Benoist is apparently as sweet in person as she is on the show.

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dog philosopher ஐஒஔ௸  Sep 12, 2017 • 4:22:01pm

re: #222 alloutofcrazyhere

The more that you have to explain to your audience that you are not a racist/a bigot/etc. the chances of you being one go up exponentially.

en français: “qui s’excuse, s’accuse”

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Patricia Kayden  Sep 12, 2017 • 4:22:34pm

re: #36 lawhawk

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And a lot of American voters are purists who refused to vote for the objectively less evil candidate (not that I believe that Secretary Clinton is in any way evil). Too many Bernie Bros (looking at you Susan Sarandon) vilified Secretary Clinton because she couldn’t meet their impossibly high standards of political purity. Sigh.

P.S. I find it hard to believe that President Obama met the standards of the purists either but somehow he won twice so perhaps sexism also played a role in Secretary Clinton’s loss.

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danarchy  Sep 12, 2017 • 4:24:39pm

re: #227 wheat-dogg

I’ve also been pleased with the product. I was afraid it would bomb like Marvel’s Agent Carter, which started off strong then fell victim to shitty writing, or the horrible Supergirl movie. Instead, they’ve deftly managed to make the show as much about superhero adventures as growing as a powerful females and figuring out how to fit into society. Plus, they’ve managed to hit on some social issues, like immigration, xenophobia, prejudice, and same-sex relationships, without spoiling the fun aspects of the show’s premise.

Plus, Melissa Benoist is apparently as sweet in person as she is on the show.

I thought they got a little heavy handed on the immigration episode, but largely it has been quite good.

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Charles Johnson  Sep 12, 2017 • 4:24:46pm

Goalposts moved.

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wheat-dogg  Sep 12, 2017 • 4:25:58pm

re: #224 The Vicious Babushka

These over-the-top pronouncements remind me a lot of the supposed heroic acts of Chairman Mao and North Korea’s Kim family. Trump and his speech writers are building a cult of personality to elevate Trump into demigod status.

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Charles Johnson  Sep 12, 2017 • 4:26:18pm

Wut?

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wheat-dogg  Sep 12, 2017 • 4:27:26pm

re: #230 danarchy

I thought they got a little heavy handed on the immigration episode, but largely it has been quite good.

Well, yeah, it’s not high art. It’s a 42-minute kid’s TV show that we grownups enjoy, too.

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Stanley Sea  Sep 12, 2017 • 4:29:31pm
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Patricia Kayden  Sep 12, 2017 • 4:30:07pm

re: #37 MsJ

“In the 1990s, she enjoyed a brief stint in the Clinton administration, briefly serving in both the White House and the office of Vice President Al Gore. Neither of the jobs lasted long, as she was reportedly a nightmare to work with, to the point where at least one female colleague wanted to inflict physical violence on her.”

Oh dear. She better save most of that money. Political appointees have no appeal rights when they’re fired.

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Quoth the raven, Covfefe.  Sep 12, 2017 • 4:30:25pm

re: #225 Charles Johnson

That’s really the point - these are actually people who use the idea of free speech to spread ideas that would result in its destruction. And they harass and persecute their enemies to shut down their right to speak. It’s absolutely maddening that people refuse to see what’s going on here.

FREE SPEECH FOR ME, BUT NOT FOR THEE!

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JordanRules  Sep 12, 2017 • 4:31:23pm
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Charles Johnson  Sep 12, 2017 • 4:31:51pm

re: #234 wheat-dogg

Well, yeah, it’s not high art. It’s a 42-minute kid’s TV show that we grownups enjoy, too.

On the whole, the DC Comics adaptations are less serious and more goofy than the Marvel ones. I mean, come on - Grodd the giant telepathic gorilla?

All these shows are kind of for kids, but the Marvel shows are more serious and adult-ish.

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wheat-dogg  Sep 12, 2017 • 4:31:52pm

re: #233 Charles Johnson

It’s the ultra-libertarian, alt-right go-to phrase: speech should be free. Meaning anyone can say anything anytime, and other people don’t have the right to object, to be offended or to regulate said speech. Basically, it’s a compensating mechanism for awkward young men to avoid the awful truth that they never learned how to fit into mainstream society.

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Patricia Kayden  Sep 12, 2017 • 4:32:39pm

re: #41 EPR-radar

What a gathering of RWNJ fuckwits. The whole point of having this at Berkeley is to try to provoke a riot, which will be blamed on the left.

Protest peacefully outside of their Nazi rally but violence is totally unnecessary unless it’s in self defense. Antifa is not doing the Left any favors when its protests devolve into violence.

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wrenchwench  Sep 12, 2017 • 4:33:43pm

re: #238 JordanRules

[A new mural in Philadelphia honors John Coltrane]

Should be larger.

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danarchy  Sep 12, 2017 • 4:34:27pm

re: #239 Charles Johnson

On the whole, the DC Comics adaptations are less serious and more goofy than the Marvel ones. I mean, come on - Grodd the giant telepathic gorilla?

All these shows are kind of for kids, but the Marvel shows are more serious and adult-ish.

I’ll give you that on most of them, except for Arrow…that shit is dark.

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alloutofcrazyhere  Sep 12, 2017 • 4:34:44pm

re: #240 wheat-dogg

It’s the ultra-libertarian, alt-right go-to phrase: speech should be free….

Annnnnd that’s the only time you’ll ever hear any present-day libertarian advocating for anything to be free.

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Ace Rothstein  Sep 12, 2017 • 4:36:06pm

re: #238 JordanRules

Left us way too soon.

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The Vicious Babushka  Sep 12, 2017 • 4:36:19pm

re: #232 wheat-dogg

These over-the-top pronouncements remind me a lot of the supposed heroic acts of Chairman Mao and North Korea’s Kim family. Trump and his speech writers are building a cult of personality to elevate Trump into demigod status.

Meanwhile, look who was there and didn’t brag about it

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Patricia Kayden  Sep 12, 2017 • 4:36:19pm

re: #54 EPR-radar

How would it “forcibly capture an audience” for RWNJ claptrap? I assume they’re giving speeches and students can attend or not attend. Those who oppose the speakers can demonstrate on the outside — peacefully. Berkeley security forced will have their hands full after what happened in Charlottesville to keep the sides separated.

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Charles Johnson  Sep 12, 2017 • 4:36:30pm
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wheat-dogg  Sep 12, 2017 • 4:36:56pm

re: #239 Charles Johnson

On the whole, the DC Comics adaptations are less serious and more goofy than the Marvel ones. I mean, come on - Grodd the giant telepathic gorilla?

All these shows are kind of for kids, but the Marvel shows are more serious and adult-ish.

Grodd was a character in the Silver Age Flash comic books, so I’ll give him a pass.

DC and Marvel do differ markedly in their characterizations. DC heroes mostly got along with each other, and rarely had existential crises about leading dual lives. Marvel heroes bickered all the damn time, and sometimes were paralyzed with self-doubt — like real people.

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makeitstop  Sep 12, 2017 • 4:37:46pm

re: #242 wrenchwench

Should be larger.

Gonna need a bigger building.

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wrenchwench  Sep 12, 2017 • 4:38:24pm

re: #250 makeitstop

Gonna need a bigger building.

Whatever it takes.

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alloutofcrazyhere  Sep 12, 2017 • 4:38:25pm

re: #248 Charles Johnson

Hadouken!

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Timothy Watson  Sep 12, 2017 • 4:38:25pm

re: #248 Charles Johnson

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Does Bannon always have two or three shirts on?

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The Vicious Babushka  Sep 12, 2017 • 4:38:52pm
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wheat-dogg  Sep 12, 2017 • 4:39:13pm

Speaking of all these comic book adaptations, it’s time for dinner and to finish last year’s season of DC’s Legends of Tomorrow.

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Belafon  Sep 12, 2017 • 4:40:04pm

re: #233 Charles Johnson

Wut?

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FormerDirtDart  Sep 12, 2017 • 4:40:37pm

“… The resolution recognizes Heather Heyer, who was killed Aug. 12, and 19 other people who were injured after a car allegedly driven by a neo-Nazi slammed into a crowd of demonstrators protesting the rally in Charlottesville. It describes Heyer’s death as a “domestic terrorist attack” and acknowledges two Virginia state troopers who died in a helicopter crash while monitoring the protests.

Six senators from both parties, led by both of Virginia’s Democratic senators, Mark Warner and Tim Kaine, introduced the measure, which the Senate approved unanimously Monday night. The House approved the joint resolution Tuesday by unanimous consent. …”

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The Vicious Babushka  Sep 12, 2017 • 4:40:48pm

re: #253 Timothy Watson

Does Bannon always have two or three shirts on?

He is trying to set a trend.

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Timothy Watson  Sep 12, 2017 • 4:42:07pm
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JordanRules  Sep 12, 2017 • 4:42:53pm

re: #253 Timothy Watson

I do really wanna know what’s up with the odd shirt layering. He had like 2 or 3 black ones on for his 60 Minutes interview.

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Timothy Watson  Sep 12, 2017 • 4:44:59pm

re: #258 The Vicious Babushka

He is trying to set a trend.

I seriously hate Friends, but I couldn’t help myself:

Joey is Chandler

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dog philosopher ஐஒஔ௸  Sep 12, 2017 • 4:46:29pm

re: #254 The Vicious Babushka

Study Shows 91% Of Things Said By Trump Are Stupid

shocking results reveal advanced phd not actually required to discern he thinks like a child

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JordanRules  Sep 12, 2017 • 4:47:24pm
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dog philosopher ஐஒஔ௸  Sep 12, 2017 • 4:47:40pm

re: #253 Timothy Watson

Does Bannon always have two or three shirts on?

this way he can wear a black shirt, a brown shirt, and a silver shirt all at the same time

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Skip Intro  Sep 12, 2017 • 4:47:48pm

re: #257 FormerDirtDart

Was Steve King ill?

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The Ghost of a Flea  Sep 12, 2017 • 4:48:40pm

Personally, I think the DC shows should lean into the goofy and bright. Constant angst gets very predictable because you keep going back to the same narrative beats (with slight variations) to kick the characters so they’ll keep moping. And angst is just a cheap substitute for actual character drives and development.

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Timothy Watson  Sep 12, 2017 • 4:48:51pm

re: #264 JordanRules

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Truth to power, unless it offends some little racist snowflake.

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Skip Intro  Sep 12, 2017 • 4:50:52pm

re: #253 Timothy Watson

Does Bannon always have two or three shirts on?

I’m sure his great idea was that way he only has to get new clothes/bathe/shave every four days.

The downside is that by the time he gets to the bottom shirt he’s been wearing it for three days. That’s only a problem for anyone with 30 feet of him though.

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Birth Control Works  Sep 12, 2017 • 4:55:35pm
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Birth Control Works  Sep 12, 2017 • 4:57:01pm
Such was the case for New Orleans, whose name and location were first scribed in a French company register 300 years ago this month — despite the fact that it would take another six months to begin fieldwork and over five years before something resembling a city would emerge.

300 is relatively young for a city.

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makeitstop  Sep 12, 2017 • 4:57:07pm

re: #261 JordanRules

I do really wanna know what’s up with the odd shirt layering. He had like 2 or 3 black ones on for his 60 Minutes interview.

I’ll bet he’s got a fear of being called out for being stanky, probably due to bad hygiene.

He’s been noticed wearing multiple shirts a few times IIRC.

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b.d. (bill d.)  Sep 12, 2017 • 4:57:10pm

re: #259 Timothy Watson

Has this been posted?
Milo Yiannopoulos Lied About Losing His House In Hurricane Irma Because #Jokes

What a horrible person. Did his brain dead, wingnut followers start a Go Fund Me to get him a new house?

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Myron Falwell  Sep 12, 2017 • 4:57:55pm

re: #266 Skip Intro

Was Steve King ill?

I thought the same thing.

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b.d. (bill d.)  Sep 12, 2017 • 5:00:51pm

re: #272 makeitstop

I’ll bet he’s got a fear of being called out for being stanky, probably due to bad hygiene.

He’s been noticed wearing multiple shirts a few times IIRC.

Bannon starts out wearing 5 shirts on Monday and by Friday he’s down to one.

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majii  Sep 12, 2017 • 5:01:10pm

re: #274 Myron Falwell

re: #266 Skip Intro

” Was Steve King ill?”

“I thought the same thing.”

Steve King is like most racists, anti-Semites, homophobes, misogynists, Islamophobes, etc. in that he’s a coward. He’ll say the things he says, but when he’s confronted by others who disagree with him, he’ll fold like a cheap suit.

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JordanRules  Sep 12, 2017 • 5:01:46pm

re: #275 b.d. (bill d.)

I don’t think he takes them off though. I think his body might absorb them.

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MsJ  Sep 12, 2017 • 5:03:10pm

re: #259 Timothy Watson

Has this been posted?
Milo Yiannopoulos Lied About Losing His House In Hurricane Irma Because #Jokes

What a complete douchebag.

Milo announced in April that he would be starting up a new media business, and had secured $12 million from anonymous investors (COUGH MERCERS COUGH) looking to support his pipe dream.

“This isn’t some vanity nameplate on a personal blog. This is a fully tooled-up talent factory and management company dedicated to the destruction of political correctness and the progressive left.

“I will spend every waking moment of the rest of my life making the lives of journalists, professors, politicians, feminists, Black Lives Matter activists and other professional victims a living hell.”

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stpaulbear  Sep 12, 2017 • 5:03:27pm

re: #266 Skip Intro

Was Steve King ill?

Wouldn’t ‘consent’ be a voice vote rather than making each member take an individual stand? You could just keep quiet if the ‘aye’s were the strong majority.

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dog philosopher ஐஒஔ௸  Sep 12, 2017 • 5:12:17pm

re: #276 majii

re: #266 Skip Intro

” Was Steve King ill?”

“I thought the same thing.”

Steve King is like most racists, anti-Semites, homophobes, misogynists, Islamophobes, etc. in that he’s a coward. He’ll say the things he says, but when he’s confronted by others who disagree with him, he’ll fold like a cheap suit.

cheap suits have their virtues, especially if there are serenaders around

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(Bert the Turtle)  Sep 12, 2017 • 5:22:15pm

re: #181 electrotek

I ended up using my MacOS Sierra Mail client to clean through my Inbox and seems to be more effective that way. I have some older emails that I don’t want to delete so I’m being extra careful and making sure I don’t end up deleting those by mistake.

Have you tried either of these email clients?

Postbox(my goto): postbox-inc.com
Spark(pretty slick…gmail set up is a breeze, and one can assign gestures to delete) sparkmailapp.com

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danarchy  Sep 12, 2017 • 5:37:51pm

re: #270 Birth Control Works

I missed this from yesterday:

Meet the first woman to call an NFL game in 30 years

Unfortunately they paired her with Rex Ryan who was awful and I think dragged her down with him.

Also they had a sideline reporter that they apparently pulled out of a highschool av club or something. It was just not a good night for them.


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