Interview and Two-Song Live Concert by Snarky Puppy: The Dunlop Sessions

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TRACK LISTING:
00:00 Interview #1 / Warming up with “Whitecap” excerpt
02:27 Live Performance: “Binky”
16:20 Interview #2
19:01 Live Performance: “Flood”

In this episode of Dunlop Sessions, Grammy Award winners Snarky Puppy throw down with their unique brand of funky fusion, and discuss their beginnings and the risks and rewards of standing by your musical vision.

Bass, composer, band leader: Michael League
Keys: Cory Henry
Keys, trumpet: Justin Stanton
Guitar: Mark Lettieri
Trumpet, flugelhorn: Mike “Maz” Maher
Tenor sax, flute, clarinet: Chris Bullock
Percussion: Nate Werth
Drums: Larnell Lewis

VIDEO CREDITS:
Executive Producer: Jimmy Dunlop
Co-Producer: Chrys Johnson
Director: Joey Tosi
Assoc Producer: Darryl Anders
Art Director: Graham Shaw
Editor/Asst Director: Max Baloian
Director of Photography: Donavan Sell
Gaffer/Lighting: Joseph Mendoza, Little Giant Lighting & Grip, San Francisco CA
Camera Operators: Colin McCaulife, Ben Lunden, Nick Schwietzer, Andy Haney, Tandy Kyne

Recorded Live at Fantasy Studios, Berkeley Ca fantasystudios.com
Recording & Mixing Engineer: Adam Munoz, Fantasy Studios
Audio Mastering: Peter Lyman, Infransonic Sound, Los Angeles CA infrasonicsound.com

SPECIAL THANKS:
Michael League & Snarky Puppy snarkypuppy.com
SIR Music Rentals, San Francisco CA. sir-usa.com
Market Hall Catering, Oakland CA
Jule Potter, Santa Cruz, CA juleamps.com

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299 comments

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William Lewis  Apr 22, 2018 • 8:41:36pm

To avoid CLing myself…

There was a delightful tweet about a moose stuffed animal that touched me.

Here’s why

This is Turtly the Turtle. He’s 50 years old having been given to me when I was 4. He’s been to Germany, France, Spain, Japan, Thailand, the Philippines Korea and Vietnam as well as everywhere I’ve been in the states.

A good friend who has always been there for me.

:D

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Joe Bacon 🌹  Apr 22, 2018 • 8:50:36pm
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Ace-o-aces  Apr 22, 2018 • 8:55:19pm
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SteveMcGriftFlynnComey... ...corruptemoligate RN  Apr 22, 2018 • 9:19:04pm

I got lost in youtube chasing down Glen Campbell and Roy Clark videos. Campbell was an amazing guitar player and you would never know by listening to his top 40 singles. He had a hell of a career too as a session man.

Glen Campbell - Gentle on My Mind (terrific guitar break)

Another guy I had forgotten about was Roy Clark. I remembered him as a funny good old boy who carried a guitar, but geez

Roy Clark - Malaguena (The Odd Couple)

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Single-handed sailor  Apr 22, 2018 • 9:30:19pm

I have way too much fun with my bug zapping tennis racquet.

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The Very Reverend Battleaxe of Knowledge  Apr 22, 2018 • 9:31:03pm

re: #4 SteveMcGriftFlynnComey… …corruptemoligate RN

I got lost in youtube chasing down Glen Campbell and Roy Clark videos. Campbell was an amazing guitar player and you would never know by listening to his top 40 singles. He had a hell of a career to as a session man.

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Roy Clark was one of only two people I’ve ever seen play a different tune with each hand on the same guitar at the same time. The other was Jim Stafford, but Jim’s the only one I ever saw play a guitar with his feet. Nothing on YootUbe—it was on TV before there was VHS.

Here’s him and Chet noodling around:

Chet Atkins and Jim Stafford

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SteveMcGriftFlynnComey... ...corruptemoligate RN  Apr 22, 2018 • 9:38:52pm

re: #6 The Very Reverend Battleaxe of Knowledge

Clicking this kicks me over to a youtube window. My computer is refusing to play the video right now (I have to keep refreshing until it decides to play it) but in the sidebar are links to Mark Knopfler’s guitar solo on “Tunnel of Love” Jim Stafford playing “Malagueana” at the ripe young age of 73, Stafford playing the M-16 assault guitar on the Tonight Show, among others. Man, I have a lot to catch up on. I always liked this one of Stafford flipping teh bird on the Smothers Brothers (mistitled as Branson MO)
EDIT to add link

Youtube Video

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Joe Bacon 🌹  Apr 22, 2018 • 9:41:17pm

re: #4 SteveMcGriftFlynnComey… …corruptemoligate RN

I got lost in youtube chasing down Glen Campbell and Roy Clark videos. Campbell was an amazing guitar player and you would never know by listening to his top 40 singles. He had a hell of a career to as a session man.

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Bringing back memories of Roy Buchanan. He played a lot of gigs back in Western PA/Ohio/Wheeling Stampede when I was in college. Saw him several times live. Dad loved this song of his. Was so sad when he passed away.

RIP Roy.

ROY BUCHANAN - THE MESSIAH WILL COME AGAIN(LIVE 1976)

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SteveMcGriftFlynnComey... ...corruptemoligate RN  Apr 22, 2018 • 9:47:56pm

Damn computer won’t play videos right now. I was looking for one I was where Campbell was a guest on the Tonight Show when Roy Clark was guest hosting for Johnny. They played a duet but they only had one guitar, so Glen reached around Clark “Looks like you lost weight!” and one guy played the top strings and the other played the bottom strings.

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FormerDirtDart 🍕🐀  Apr 22, 2018 • 9:49:44pm
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The Very Reverend Battleaxe of Knowledge  Apr 22, 2018 • 10:03:58pm

re: #9 SteveMcGriftFlynnComey… …corruptemoligate RN

Damn computer won’t play videos right now. I was looking for one I was where Campbell was a guest on the Tonight Show when Roy Clark was guest hosting for Johnny. They played a duet but they only had one guitar, so Glen reached around Clark “Looks like you lost weight!” and one guy played the top strings and the other played the bottom strings.

Jim Stafford had a variety show on…I want to say CBS…in the early ’70s. One show he joked: “You know, cats are like Baptists—you know they’re out raising hell, but you can’t ever quite catch them at it”.

Of course, the next week he was forced to apologize. The usual “Sorry if anyone was offended” not-pology, then: “Just to make it clear, I was born a Baptist, I was raised a Baptist, and I’ll die a Baptist.”…pause…”I’ve got no ambition at all!”

That was the final show.

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ckkatz  Apr 22, 2018 • 10:07:41pm

re: #9 SteveMcGriftFlynnComey… …corruptemoligate RN

Well, there is this one:

Wildwood Flower - Glen Campbell and Roy Clark… on one guitar

Wildwood Flower - Glen Campbell and Roy Clark… on one guitar! (1996)

Multiple people playing a single guitar reminds me of this one:

Somebody That I Used to Know - Walk off the Earth

Somebody That I Used to Know - Walk off the Earth

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Eclectic Cyborg  Apr 22, 2018 • 10:41:09pm

re: #12 ckkatz

Wow, that is really cool.

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ckkatz  Apr 22, 2018 • 10:49:07pm

re: #13 Eclectic Cyborg

Wow, that is really cool.

Yup, they got some traction with that one.

Another interesting one was their cover of Royals:

Royals - Walk off the Earth

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Single-handed sailor  Apr 22, 2018 • 11:56:03pm

Ryan Zinke is not a geologist!

I’m LOL @ John Oliver.

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ckkatz  Apr 23, 2018 • 12:45:26am

In honor of the prediction of the Rapture. A prediction that has a long and storied history in these United States.

Louis Armstrong - When The Saints Go Marching In

Louis Armstrong - When The Saints Go Marching In

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Single-handed sailor  Apr 23, 2018 • 12:50:22am

re: #16 ckkatz

In honor of the prediction of the Rapture. A prediction that has a long and storied history in these United States.

Louis Armstrong - When The Saints Go Marching In

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They predict it almost every year. I just worry about those that want to help it along.

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Apr 23, 2018 • 1:00:23am

re: #17 Single-handed sailor

They predict it almost every year. I just worry about those that want to help it along.

Remember that a lot of the Evangelicals’ support for Israel has nothing to do with any love of Jews or the people there, it has to do with fulfilling the End Times prophecies and kick-starting Armageddon.

We are dealing with some sick, sick people here…

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ckkatz  Apr 23, 2018 • 1:03:24am

re: #17 Single-handed sailor

They predict it almost every year. I just worry about those that want to help it along.

Yes, there certainly have been quite a number of predictions.

My grandfather was a Missouri farmer and used to talk about “Old moss-backed farmers” who would sell everything, buy a casket and wait next to the casket for Judgement Day.

One of the more famous predicted dates was in 1843. When it didn’t happen, the date was revised to 1844. The Adventist and Jehovah Witness movements came out of that one.

And according to wikipedia the “Baha’is believe that Christ did return as Miller predicted in 1844, with the advent of the Báb”.

en.wikipedia.org

edit - deleted repeated paragraph.

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Apr 23, 2018 • 1:19:20am

re: #19 ckkatz

And according to wikipedia the “Baha’is believe that Christ did return as Miller predicted in 1844, with the advent of the Báb”.

en.wikipedia.org

You sure it was not the advent of the Bob?

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Single-handed sailor  Apr 23, 2018 • 1:21:03am

I’m just unable to suspend disbelief in the fact that 6500 years ago a few herders discovered the ultimate answer to the ultimate question of life, the universe, and everything. Just call me skeptical.

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Dave In Austin  Apr 23, 2018 • 1:23:43am

re: #21 Single-handed sailor

I’m just unable to suspend disbelief in the fact that 6500 years ago a few herders discovered the ultimate answer to the ultimate question of life, the universe, and everything. Just call me skeptical.

That just gave me a Monty Python quiver……….

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Apr 23, 2018 • 1:23:45am

re: #21 Single-handed sailor

I’m just unable to suspend disbelief in the fact that 6500 years ago a few herders discovered the ultimate answer to the ultimate question of life, the universe, and everything. Just call me skeptical.

It took me a long time to find people who practice a sort of Christianity I can relate to: not enough to convert me or anything, but there are people who are aware of the history of their Scriptures, that they were created by people, perhaps inspired by God but not dictated literally by some angel or divine being, and certainly not to be interpreted literally or outside their historical context.

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Apr 23, 2018 • 1:24:26am

re: #22 Dave In Austin

That just gave me a Monty Python quiver……….

or Doug Adams

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Single-handed sailor  Apr 23, 2018 • 1:24:47am

On Dark Shadows episode 508 now…

/not even half way.

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Apr 23, 2018 • 1:25:07am

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Apr 23, 2018 • 1:26:09am

re: #25 Single-handed sailor

On Dark Shadows episode 508 now…

/not even half way.

used to watch that show as a kid on ABC

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Dave In Austin  Apr 23, 2018 • 1:31:00am

re: #23 Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))

I think Episcopalians do it best. for the most part they seem to like the separation of Caesar, they like to drink and get high, and they believe in loving one another. My folks moved from Southern/American Baptist to Episcopal Church. Mom said she liked the liturgy. They had moved from PHX to Los Gatos, CA. I think she liked the wine.

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Dave In Austin  Apr 23, 2018 • 1:32:06am
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Anymouse 🌹  Apr 23, 2018 • 1:35:24am

Martin Lewis, a British UK consumer advocate, is suing Facebook for defamation of character. He claims over fifty adverts have been put up on Facebook with him “endorsing” such things as Bitcoin. Complaints to Facebook do not stop that.

He notes that as he nor his organisation endorse nothing, much less funny money, that constitutes defamation, and the Advertising Standards Authority agrees.

The MoneySavingExpert founder says at least 50 fake ads bearing his name have appeared on the social media platform, causing reputational damage to him.

Many of the adverts show his face alongside endorsements that he has not actually made, and often link to articles carrying false information.

Facebook says misleading ads are not allowed and any reported are removed.

On Monday, Mr Lewis is due to lodge court papers at the High Court for a defamation case against Facebook.

He is seeking damages but has pledged that any money he receives will go to anti-scam charities.

Several of the adverts tout schemes with titles such as Bitcoin code and Cloud Trader which, according to Mr Lewis, are fronts for binary trading firms outside the EU.

Binary trading is a form of financial transaction which the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has warned consumers against.

(more, with auto-play video)
bbc.com

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Apr 23, 2018 • 1:38:21am

re: #28 Dave In Austin

I think Episcopalians do it best. for the most part they seem to like the separation of Caesar, they like to drink and get high, and they believe in loving one another. My folks moved from Southern/American Baptist to Episcopal Church. Mom said she liked the liturgy. They had moved from PHX to Los Gatos, CA. I think she liked the wine.

Those are some of the folks I hang out with in Frankfurt, the expats at the Church of Christ the King (I joke about it being a secret Elvis cult) and I have even been known to attend services there, but I just cannot bring myself to recite the Nicene Creed.

We were also close friends with the Lutheran pastor in our village where we helped put on the kiddie Christmas service even though we were not members, it was just a nice community atmosphere and I am enough of a “Christian” to find it important to share that part of our cultural heritage with our kids.

I of course sorted them out on the significance of the birth of Christ as I saw it; I explained that people always celebrated mid-winter, they were afraid that the Sun was going away and would leave them in darkness and the day that the light started returning was cause of celebration and how Jesus came to symbolize that for mankind: that we were worried that we were so sinful that we would descend into darkness and he was seen as a symbol that the light of humanity would return.

Pretty heavy stuff for little kids, but I think it stuck with them.

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Apr 23, 2018 • 1:39:19am

re: #29 Dave In Austin

It would seem that the next couple of elections are going to be based not on ideology, but by who’s an asshole and whose not. And that includes some pretty asshole ideas that have been proposed by said assholes.

Except that there are a lot of asshole voters who vote for other assholes because they are assholes.

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Apr 23, 2018 • 1:40:25am

re: #30 Anymouse 🌹

Martin Lewis, a British UK consumer advocate, is suing Facebook for defamation of character. He claims over fifty adverts have been put up on Facebook with him “endorsing” such things as Bitcoin. Complaints to Facebook do not stop that.

He notes that as he nor his organisation endorse nothing, much less funny money, that constitutes defamation, and the Advertising Standards Authority agree.

(more, with auto-play video)
bbc.com

I do not “like” anything on FB, even if I like it in Real Life(c)

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Patricia Kayden  Apr 23, 2018 • 2:19:55am

re: #29 Dave In Austin

It is kind of shocking how Cruz has gone all in for a man who insulted his wife’s looks and mental state and accused his dad of murdering President Kennedy. Talk about a lack of backbone.

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Apr 23, 2018 • 2:21:42am

re: #34 Patricia Kayden

It is kind of shocking how Cruz has gone all in for a man who insulted his wife’s looks and mental state and accused his dad of murdering President Kennedy. Talk about a lack of backbone.

especially for a man who insists that he is all about higher principles

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DodgerFan1988  Apr 23, 2018 • 2:32:38am

You won’t hear their names on Breitbart, The National Review, Townhall, Pajamas Media, or The Daily Caller.

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Single-handed sailor  Apr 23, 2018 • 2:34:12am

When my water heater burst I replaced it with a tank-less. My life is surprisingly the same as before. I am disappoint.

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Apr 23, 2018 • 2:37:44am

re: #37 Single-handed sailor

When my water heater burst I replaced it with a tank-less. My life is surprisingly the same as before. I am disappoint.

a through-put heater? those have the advantage that you can use the hot tap water directly for tea and other warm beverages, something you should never do with water from a heater tank

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Single-handed sailor  Apr 23, 2018 • 2:39:59am

re: #38 Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))

it’s dip switch limited to 120F. change the switch and get 140F. Not quite the same as the instant 180f faucet on some sinks.

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Single-handed sailor  Apr 23, 2018 • 2:57:01am

I’m sure they sell overkill too. I have 10 GPM of 120F water and with two low flow shower heads running, a kitchen faucet, and a water saving dishwasher filling for an instant, and a water saving clothes washer filling for an instant and I ‘m still not near 10 GPM on the hot water line. It’s nice to not heat all that tank water I don’t use all month. Whether I save much over the year is the real question.

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Single-handed sailor  Apr 23, 2018 • 2:58:52am

The good news is I’ll most likely die of old age before I’ll have to deal with this again.

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Single-handed sailor  Apr 23, 2018 • 3:10:54am

According to Politico mag, Missouri Governor Greiten’s self-destruction is good for Claire McCaskill. Hopefully this will help her be less redneck.

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HappyWarrior  Apr 23, 2018 • 3:35:51am

re: #34 Patricia Kayden

It is kind of shocking how Cruz has gone all in for a man who insulted his wife’s looks and mental state and accused his dad of murdering President Kennedy. Talk about a lack of backbone.

He’s a coward.

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freetoken  Apr 23, 2018 • 3:39:03am

On Sunday I posted a link to the Hubblesite image they put up on Friday, to celebrate the anniversary of the HST. Beautiful image of the Lagoon Nebula.

What I didn’t do at that time, so as not to soil the experience of viewing such a pretty picture, is a rant about the redesign of the Hubblesite webpages.

Like so many sites, in an attempt to make it prettier, they’ve dumbed it down.

Sad.

Anyway, what is more sad are the descriptions now of what the images supposedly portray. The problem is they are now attempting to avoid as much science-terminology as possible. But this makes some very grossly misleading attempts to explain what is going on.

The difficult thing for any receivers of large amounts of tax money is annually justifying the expense. So I understand the need to appeal to as wide an audience as possible. Still, at some point one just can’t start pretending that any particular item can be rightly explained in only every-day words.

Not that a description has to get all stilted in mathematics. It is possible to communicate clearly so someone with a high-school education can follow the description.

But I think some of the new descriptions I’ve come across at the Hubblesite are poorly done.

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Apr 23, 2018 • 3:41:47am

re: #44 freetoken

On Sunday I posted a link to the Hubblesite image they put up on Friday, to celebrate the anniversary of the HST. Beautiful image of the Lagoon Nebula.

What I didn’t do at that time, so as not to soil the experience of viewing such a pretty picture, is a rant about the redesign of the Hubblesite webpages.

Like so many sites, in an attempt to make it prettier, they’ve dumbed it down.

Sad.

It is an easy enough thing to construct a website such that it is still pretty for superficial viewers but still contains detailed information for interested geeks.

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freetoken  Apr 23, 2018 • 3:42:59am

re: #45 Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))

It is an easy enough thing to construct a website such that it is still pretty for superficial viewers but still contains detailed information for interested geeks.

And that is one of the sad things - they don’t include links for those “geeks” who want more information.

They’ve also stopped generating jpegs (now just png and tiff), and they’ve pretty much stop posting annotated images.

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freetoken  Apr 23, 2018 • 3:46:25am

I can go on arxiv.org and find the papers for whatever research, assuming the researchers have published a draft at least, that applies to this or that Hubble image.

But most people probably don’t have experience doing that.

Associated with each Hubblesite image ought to be, I propose, a short page that describes why said image was necessary, and who uses it (note that one thing the current new site design does do is show you what the HST is viewing “right now” along with the principal investigator’s name, so that is good.)

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freetoken  Apr 23, 2018 • 3:52:50am

Speaking of space satellites doing astronomy, this coming Wednesday the Gaia project is releasing their second round of data, which will be a dramatic increase in size over their first release of data.

Gaia is mapping our neighborhood of the Milky Way, as well as the brightest deep sky sources, and btw over 14 thousand objects in our own solar system - most of them asteroids.

It’s a massive undertaking:

HOW MANY STARS TO EXPECT IN GAIA’S SECOND DATA RELEASE

Image: Gaia_DR2_numbers_1280.jpg

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freetoken  Apr 23, 2018 • 4:05:34am

Someone needs to query Ken Ham about those 1.3 billion proper motions. If everything is only 6000 years old, how can it be we can triangulate on stars more than 6k light years away?

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Eventual Carrion  Apr 23, 2018 • 4:12:30am

re: #49 freetoken

Someone needs to query Ken Ham about those 1.3 billion proper motions. If everything is only 6000 years old, how can it be we can triangulate on stars more than 6k light years away?

The devil’s deception of course.

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wheat-dogg  Apr 23, 2018 • 4:19:15am

O hai. It’s 4/23 here on this side of the date line, and I did not see anyone flying skyward, much less me.

Pretty situation normal.

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The Very Reverend Battleaxe of Knowledge  Apr 23, 2018 • 4:22:50am

re: #49 freetoken

Someone needs to query Ken Ham about those 1.3 billion proper motions. If everything is only 6000 years old, how can it be we can triangulate on stars more than 6k light years away?

They say the universe was created with all these photons most of the way between their source and us as if they’d been traveling all the time. It’s just one facet of the Omphalos Hypothesis.

Also, radioactive dating doesn’t work because radioisotopes decayed much quicker in the past. Never mind that if they decayed billions of years worth in a few thousand years, the Earth would have vaporized. These people aren’t right in the head.

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The Very Reverend Battleaxe of Knowledge  Apr 23, 2018 • 4:25:46am

re: #51 wheat-dogg

O hai. It’s 4/23 here on this side of the date line, and I did not see anyone flying skyward, much less me.

Pretty situation normal.

I checked the Maya calendar, too. It’s 13.0.5.7.9 3 Muluk 2 Wo. Nothing special there….

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freetoken  Apr 23, 2018 • 4:27:46am

re: #52 The Very Reverend Battleaxe of Knowledge

Yeah, I know, the God-the-great-Deceiver assertion, that somehow 10^gajillion photons/sec are placed just so we think we can place the stars and galaxies, but it’s all a test.

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Apr 23, 2018 • 4:28:29am

re: #52 The Very Reverend Battleaxe of Knowledge

They say the universe was created with all these photons most of the way between their source and us as if they’d been traveling all the time. It’s just one facet of the Omphalos Hypothesis.

Also, radioactive dating doesn’t work because radioisotopes decayed much quicker in the past. Never mind that if they decayed billions of years worth in a few thousand years, the Earth would have vaporized. These people aren’t right in the head.

If you are going to believe that Genesis is a literal account of events, then it’s easy enough to believe that God just created the Earth and the heavens to look older than everything is…

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The Very Reverend Battleaxe of Knowledge  Apr 23, 2018 • 4:30:03am

re: #55 Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))

If you are going to believe that Genesis is a literal account of events, then it’s easy enough to believe that God just created the Earth and the heavens to look older than everything is…

If you want to believe God is an asshole. And judging by recent events, most people in America do.

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HappyWarrior  Apr 23, 2018 • 4:30:20am

So you all know I’m a genealogy nut. Finally found some information about my Irish kin. Turns out I’m probably a distant relative of the man who coined the term Boycott. Good ole Father O’Malley.

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Apr 23, 2018 • 4:31:44am

re: #56 The Very Reverend Battleaxe of Knowledge

If you want to believe God is an asshole. And judging by recent events, most people in America do.

They want the feeling that they were truly created in his image: white, racist, homophobic and intolerant.

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Weaselone  Apr 23, 2018 • 4:42:03am

re: #56 The Very Reverend Battleaxe of Knowledge

If you want to believe God is an asshole. And judging by recent events, most people in America do.

Of all things, I fail to see how this would make God an asshole. How would it have any impact on any entity whether the universe was actually X years old or God created an X-6000 year old universe 6000 years ago?

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Apr 23, 2018 • 4:44:42am

re: #59 Weaselone

Of all things, I fail to see how this would make God an asshole. How would it have any impact on any entity whether the universe was actually X years old or God created an X-6000 year old universe 6000 years ago?

Because God would be deceiving us and teaching us not to trust the eyes and ears and reasoning that he gave us…

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Romantic Heretic  Apr 23, 2018 • 4:45:29am

re: #18 Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))

Remember that a lot of the Evangelicals’ support for Israel has nothing to do with any love of Jews or the people there, it has to do with fulfilling the End Times prophecies and kick-starting Armageddon.

We are dealing with some sick, sick people here…

If it happens I suspect these people will be very, very surprised at their reward.

For a moment. Then the screaming will start.

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Weaselone  Apr 23, 2018 • 5:08:04am

re: #60 Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))

Because God would be deceiving us and teaching us not to trust the eyes and ears and reasoning that he gave us…

Besides the unfortunate fact that most of us would be well served by questioning our eyes, ears and reasoning more often, I’m still not sure I understand. You’re assuming some desire to decieve on God’s part, when there is no reason to do so. The choice of creating an old universe could simply have been one of utility.

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William Lewis  Apr 23, 2018 • 5:11:58am

re: #56 The Very Reverend Battleaxe of Knowledge

If you want to believe God is an asshole. And judging by recent events, most people in America do.

Like this?

[Rare] Depeche Mode - The Rumour (Blasphemous Rumours, 1984)

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Apr 23, 2018 • 5:13:36am

re: #62 Weaselone

Besides the unfortunate fact that most of us would be well served by questioning our eyes, ears and reasoning more often, I’m still not sure I understand. You’re assuming some desire to decieve on God’s part, when there is no reason to do so. The choice of creating an old universe could simply have been one of utility.

we have been doing that for ages: just using our eyes, we see a flat Earth standing still and the heavenly bodies moving. Using our reasoning and deduction, we come to other conclusions…

but yes, god could have created an ancient universe just like John Wayne built a replica of a 250-year-old Alamo so he could film himself defending it as Davey Crockett…why not?

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William Lewis  Apr 23, 2018 • 5:16:00am

re: #61 Romantic Heretic

If it happens I suspect these people will be very, very surprised at their reward.

For a moment. Then the screaming will start.

I can point to several places in scripture where Jesus warned them of just that fact. But people who care more for secular power and storing up gold have never listened to him.

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A Mom Anon  Apr 23, 2018 • 5:22:34am

Well damn it. The Rapture didn’t take anyone around here. I was so looking forward to some peace and quiet around here too.

You don’t suppose they meant Raptors do you? Now that would be interesting.

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wheat-dogg  Apr 23, 2018 • 5:25:06am

re: #66 A Mom Anon

Well damn it. The Rapture didn’t take anyone around here. I was so looking forward to some peace and quiet around here too.

You don’t suppose they meant Raptors do you? Now that would be interesting.

God took the velociraptors, at least

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jeffreyw  Apr 23, 2018 • 5:28:08am

Imgur


Good morning!

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Dave In Austin  Apr 23, 2018 • 5:32:05am

re: #68 jeffreyw

I can watch grackles for hours. A lot of people hate them but they sure have some personalities…

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Sea Mexican!  Apr 23, 2018 • 5:34:21am

re: #66 A Mom Anon

Well damn it. The Rapture didn’t take anyone around here. I was so looking forward to some peace and quiet around here too.

You don’t suppose they meant Raptors do you? Now that would be interesting.

Was the timezone specified?

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Joe Bacon 🌹  Apr 23, 2018 • 5:39:14am

re: #49 freetoken

Someone needs to query Ken Ham about those 1.3 billion proper motions. If everything is only 6000 years old, how can it be we can triangulate on stars more than 6k light years away?

The religious nuts in my family reply, “A day with the Lord is like a thousand years”…

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Apr 23, 2018 • 5:41:12am

re: #71 Joe Bacon 🌹

The religious nuts in my family reply, “A day with the Lord is like a thousand years”…

Even the frigging Pope of the Catholic Church tells us that there is nothing incompatible with belief in a Creator and belief in Evolution as his means of creation, only the most narrow-minded literalist seeks ways to disregard science and logic to fit the world into a contrived interpretation of Scripture.

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Joe Bacon 🌹  Apr 23, 2018 • 5:44:34am

Aw crap. No Rapture. That means the plans I drew up for the Joe Bacon Beverly Hills Homesteading Company are on hold till the next scam gains traction on the Internet…

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Joe Bacon 🌹  Apr 23, 2018 • 5:46:32am

re: #72 Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))

Even the frigging Pope of the Catholic Church tells us that there is nothing incompatible with belief in a Creator and belief in Evolution as his means of creation, only the most narrow-minded literalist seeks ways to disregard science and logic to fit the world into a contrived interpretation of Scripture.

Yes, but there are a significant number of right wing American Catholics who detest Francis and call him a Marxist. Nothing would give me more pleasure than to see Francis excommunicate right wingers like Pat Buchanan, Tooty Fruity Newty and Santorum…

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jeffreyw  Apr 23, 2018 • 5:48:15am

re: #69 Dave In Austin

I can watch grackles for hours. A lot of people hate them but they sure have some personalities…

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A Mom Anon  Apr 23, 2018 • 5:48:36am

re: #67 wheat-dogg

Yes, those bastards can stay gone too. Heh. I was thinking more along the lines of hawks and eagles, maybe the occasional kestrel….and are owls considered raptors? Or just lumped in with birds of prey? I need coffee…

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freetoken  Apr 23, 2018 • 5:48:55am

re: #68 jeffreyw

[Embedded content]

Good morning!

Sing a song of sixpence…

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Belafon  Apr 23, 2018 • 5:56:18am

re: #73 Joe Bacon 🌹

Aw crap. No Rapture. That means the plans I drew up for the Joe Bacon Beverly Hills Homesteading Company are on hold till the next scam gains traction on the Internet…

You have until the end of today.

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Belafon  Apr 23, 2018 • 5:59:23am

So, John Cole’s Lily went from nearly dying with no detectable platelet count, to going home yesterday feeling good. They finally did determine she has cancer, and is being treated.

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Weaselone  Apr 23, 2018 • 6:04:13am

re: #64 Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))

we have been doing that for ages: just using our eyes, we see a flat Earth standing still and the heavenly bodies moving. Using our reasoning and deduction, we come to other conclusions…

but yes, god could have created an ancient universe just like John Wayne built a replica of a 250-year-old Alamo so he could film himself defending it as Davey Crockett…why not?

OK. Lets lay it out this way.

1. God’s doing her thing with the angels, but even their singing is getting a bit old and Lucifer although pretty, is a major prick. So she decides, hey I’m going to make a universe.
2. So God drafts up the design for a universe along with the set of rules and properties that will govern it. It’s going to be awesome, with lots of fireworks especially at first. It’s sterile though and she needs something to serve as a diversion after things quiet down.
3. So she decides to tweak it a bit so that after 10 billion years (in the new universe’s “time”) on an unassuming planet around a rather pathetic yellow star in an outer arm of a modestly sized spiral galaxy bags of amino acid would start self replicating.
4. About 3.75 billion years later those bags of amino acids would lead to hairless pink apes that walked on two legs who could both sing praises and cuss, build and destroy, and solve the mysteries of her creation and dedicate themselves to ignorance.
5. God then says screw waiting 13.75 billions years, I’m skipping to the good part and selects the scene with a mostly hairless ape bashing in the skull of another mostly hairless ape with a mammoth bone and hits play.

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Jay C  Apr 23, 2018 • 6:05:22am

Morning, Lizards: a nice day here in Bustling Gotham, the weather has finally….

Oh crap! It’s the 23rd! And we’re all still here!
Planet Nibiru DIDN’T whip by and stop the Earth in its orbit!

Oh well, guess today isn’t a good day for Armageddon after all, I’ll have to take the dry-cleaning in as planned, dammit.

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Belafon  Apr 23, 2018 • 6:06:13am

re: #80 Weaselone

Don’t forget the obelisk.

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freetoken  Apr 23, 2018 • 6:07:17am

re: #82 Belafon

Don’t forget the obelisk.

…and the music.

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jeffreyw  Apr 23, 2018 • 6:10:16am

re: #77 freetoken

Sing a song of sixpence…

Birds enough for pies aplenty!

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Dr Lizardo  Apr 23, 2018 • 6:13:43am
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Barefoot Grin  Apr 23, 2018 • 6:16:18am

Saw Jim Stafford cited above and remembered hearing an interview with Nell Scovell, the comedy writer, who talked about how Jim Stafford was a miserable SOB and sexual harasser when she worked with him on the Smothers Brothers.

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Apr 23, 2018 • 6:20:20am

re: #86 Barefoot Grin

Saw Jim Stafford cited above and remembered hearing an interview with Nell Scovell, the comedy writer, who talked about how Jim Stafford was a miserable SOB and sexual harasser when she worked with him on the Smothers Brothers.

He always struck me as a witty and terribly talented fellow but deep down inside an incorrigible jerk.

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lawhawk  Apr 23, 2018 • 6:27:11am

Greets and saluts from the Resistance in the NYC metro area. Trump and the right wing are up to their usual insanities, and continues their attempts to normalize the behavior as though it’s something we should just accept.

Or they’re flat out lying, as Heritage is doing here:

Shifting gears, Trump during the campaign said he’d be great for LGBT.

So of course he’s busy rolling back rights and protections for transgenders:

Meanwhile, he’s also busy fucking over Native Americans (one of his longstanding pastimes).

Oh, and I’ve coined a new term: bulkshit - when bullshit just doesn’t quite cover the enormity of the bs:

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wheat-dogg  Apr 23, 2018 • 6:28:16am

re: #71 Joe Bacon 🌹

The religious nuts in my family reply, “A day with the Lord is like a thousand years”…

I’ve known people like that. One hour in their company feels like a week.

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Belafon  Apr 23, 2018 • 6:29:51am

re: #71 Joe Bacon 🌹

The religious nuts in my family reply, “A day with the Lord is like a thousand years”…

Light runs on feels?

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wheat-dogg  Apr 23, 2018 • 6:31:05am

re: #76 A Mom Anon

Yes, those bastards can stay gone too. Heh. I was thinking more along the lines of hawks and eagles, maybe the occasional kestrel….and are owls considered raptors? Or just lumped in with birds of prey? I need coffee…

I thought birds of prey = raptors, but I’m a physics guy not a bird guy.

Now, if they misheard Rapture as rappers, we’re in a world of hurt.

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Colère Tueur de Lapin  Apr 23, 2018 • 6:32:06am

re: #71 Joe Bacon 🌹

The religious nuts in my family reply, “A day with the Lord is like a thousand years”…

That is not a good thing from the human perspective. We (humans) ‘feel’ that time goes faster when we’re having fun. Time moves slowly when we’re is a shitty situation.

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wheat-dogg  Apr 23, 2018 • 6:33:34am

re: #90 Belafon

Light runs on feels?

One Creationist “explanation” of the expanding universe and light-years is that the speed of light has changed over the millennia. IOW it’s not a constant as Einstein and countless other brainy people have determined. And radioactive decay rates are also non-constant because they need to force the data to fit their predetermined model of the universe.

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A Cranky One  Apr 23, 2018 • 6:39:59am

re: #93 wheat-dogg

One Creationist “explanation” of the expanding universe and light-years is that the speed of light has changed over the millennia. IOW it’s not a constant as Einstein and countless other brainy people have determined. And radioactive decay rates are also non-constant because they need to force the data to fit their predetermined model of the universe.

And the speed of light and rate of radioactive decay stopped changing as soon as we could accurately measure them.

How convenient.

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Alephnaught  Apr 23, 2018 • 6:42:03am

re: #30 Anymouse 🌹

Martin Lewis, a British UK consumer advocate, is suing Facebook for defamation of character. He claims over fifty adverts have been put up on Facebook with him “endorsing” such things as Bitcoin. Complaints to Facebook do not stop that.

He notes that as he nor his organisation endorse nothing, much less funny money, that constitutes defamation, and the Advertising Standards Authority agrees.

(more, with auto-play video)
bbc.com

Not just Facebook, and not just Martin Lewis. I’ve been seen “Dragon’s Den” type click-bait in the sponsored links on this site. Example from this page:

Dragon’s Den (UK) endorses BitCoin!?!?!?!?

I don’t touch the sponsored links as a rule so I was wondering what this “REAL reason Dragon’s Den was cancelled!!!” nonsense for the past couple of weeks was all about, as Dragon’s Den has not been cancelled, and is still on the go. It’s only when I accidentally clicked on one last night, and got a fake story about two people supposedly appearing on the BBC2 show Dragon’s Den with, yup, a BitCoin generator device that supposedly impressed the hosts. (Complete with screen grabs from the actual show that were clearly for something else entirely.), that I twigged what was going on. Even the “deposit” asked for was the same as the “Martin Lewis” one- £250.

It’s quite clearly a pyramid scam. Oddly enough, I had read something about this sort of thing a couple of days ago in this (quite in-depth) article. There’s a whole culture of pyramid schemes based on binary options trading. And they appear to be moving into BitCoin…

In any case, I think Charles might want to look into his ads…

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wheat-dogg  Apr 23, 2018 • 6:44:11am

re: #94 A Cranky One

And the speed of light and rate of radioactive decay stopped changing as soon as we could accurately measure them.

How convenient.

Yes. The YEC people have essentially rewritten the laws of physics to suit their notions of Creation, but they also have to explain why those same laws changed just in time for us to exploit them to create modern technology. This is one of many reasons why YEC people have to be methodically deprogrammed just to be able to talk reasonably with them. It’s like explaining quantum physics to a garden slug.

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Apr 23, 2018 • 6:45:14am

re: #96 wheat-dogg

Yes. The YEC people have essentially rewritten the laws of physics to suit their notions of Creation, but they also have to explain why those same laws changed just in time for us to exploit them to create modern technology. This is one of many reasons why YEC people have to be methodically deprogrammed just to be able to talk reasonably with them. It’s like explaining quantum physics to a garden slug.

no, a garden slug is simply unable to comprehend, YEC are able but unwilling

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ipsos  Apr 23, 2018 • 6:46:45am

re: #95 Alephnaught

In any case, I think Charles might want to look into his ads…

That Revcontent “content” is often vile on this side of the pond, too - “You’ll be disgusted when you see Malia Obama’s income” and garbage like that.

I respect Charles’ need to keep the site in the black (and I *will* subscribe, finally, when finances allow, finally), but these are really craptastic ads.

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wheat-dogg  Apr 23, 2018 • 6:50:20am

re: #95 Alephnaught

There are probably thousands of Bitcoin scams now, including a slew of self-described experts who can sell your their exclusive bitcoin investing programs for several hundreds of dollars each, with GUARANTEED RESULTS!!

Then there was the Bitconnect fiasco, a pyramid scheme that collapsed famously earlier this year when the price of Bitcoin tanked and the operators did not have enough cash to pay out early investors with new investors’ money.

The idea that someone has a “Bitcoin generator” is ludicrous, because the entire premise of the project is to prevent counterfeiting and ensure security. A real Bitcoin generator (a mining rig) costs a few thousand dollars now and is def not for the casual home user.

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wheat-dogg  Apr 23, 2018 • 6:51:35am

re: #97 Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))

no, a garden slug is simply unable to comprehend, YEC are able but unwilling

You give them too much credit.

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Apr 23, 2018 • 6:52:06am

re: #99 wheat-dogg

The idea that someone has a “Bitcoin generator” is ludicrous, because the entire premise of the project is to prevent counterfeiting and ensure security. A real Bitcoin generator (a mining rig) costs a few thousand dollars now and is def not for the casual home user.

You mean the whole blockchain thingie?

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makeitstop  Apr 23, 2018 • 6:53:13am

All those guitar player posts last night, and not a single mention of my guy, Danny Gatton.

“Harlem Nocturn” Danny Gatton desktop

They called him ‘The Humbler’ for a reason. He was too good for this world and left to go play on another one.

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wheat-dogg  Apr 23, 2018 • 6:53:16am

Jay Leno shows off his 1966 Lincoln Convertible. He bought it from an older lady in Beverly Hills who had bought it new in 1966.

1966 Lincoln Continental - Jay Leno’s Garage

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lawhawk  Apr 23, 2018 • 6:57:13am

re: #103 wheat-dogg

Speaking of cars, there was a piece on CBS Sunday Morning about the Bullitt car - the green Mustang fastback that Steve McQueen used in the movie.

It got purchased by a NJ family after the movie, and a few years later McQueen wrote the family requesting that they sell him his car. By then, it was their car.

They’ve had it for decades in the family, and put it into storage for about 15-20 years. Only in the past year have they acknowledged publicly that they own the car (which has all the movie hardpoints/rigging for stunts on the chasis, etc.) and have put in on display including at the Washington Mall.

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Apr 23, 2018 • 6:57:35am

re: #103 wheat-dogg

Jay Leno shows off his 1966 Lincoln Convertible. He bought it from an older lady in Beverly Hills who had bought it new in 1966.

I remember beasts like that tooling around in my childhood, even a few Ford Edsels.

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wheat-dogg  Apr 23, 2018 • 6:58:56am

re: #101 Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))

You mean the whole blockchain thingie?

Yeah, the blockchain is designed in part to prevent random people from creating fake Bitcoins, because the fakes would be rejected by the network. To game the blockchain would require capturing 51% of the hashpower, which now would be virtually impossible (unless you were famously rich and could buy out the largest mining outfits).

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wheat-dogg  Apr 23, 2018 • 7:00:35am

re: #104 lawhawk

Speaking of cars, there was a piece on CBS Sunday Morning about the Bullitt car - the green Mustang fastback that Steve McQueen used in the movie.

It got purchased by a NJ family after the movie, and a few years later McQueen wrote the family requesting that they sell him his car. By then, it was their car.

They’ve had it for decades in the family, and put it into storage for about 15-20 years. Only in the past year have they acknowledged publicly that they own the car (which has all the movie hardpoints/rigging for stunts on the chasis, etc.) and have put in on display including at the Washington Mall.

Yeah, Leno had them on his show. Interesting story of how they got the car and rescued it from being scrapped.

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Apr 23, 2018 • 7:01:38am

re: #106 wheat-dogg

Yeah, the blockchain is designed in part to prevent random people from creating fake Bitcoins, because the fakes would be rejected by the network. To game the blockchain would require capturing 51% of the hashpower, which now would be virtually impossible (unless you were famously rich and could buy out the largest mining outfits).

and I read that hacking it would involve breaking into thousands of separate computers simultaneously…

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wheat-dogg  Apr 23, 2018 • 7:08:32am

re: #108 Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))

and I read that hacking it would involve breaking into thousands of separate computers simultaneously…

Pretty much. The network’s security depends on it being as decentralized as possible, with miners and node operators spread across the world. Since they each need a full copy of the blockchain to run their programs, that redundancy secures the data.

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The Very Reverend Battleaxe of Knowledge  Apr 23, 2018 • 7:11:43am

re: #105 Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))

I remember beasts like that tooling around in my childhood, even a few Ford Edsels.

I took my driver’s test in an Edsel. Needless to say I failed the parallel parking part….

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Barefoot Grin  Apr 23, 2018 • 7:18:58am

What’s the gestation period for a Royal Princess? Hasn’t Princess Kate (Duchess) had three babies in the last 12 months?

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Belafon  Apr 23, 2018 • 7:21:18am

re: #111 Barefoot Grin

What’s the gestation period for a Royal Princess? Hasn’t Princess Kate had three babies in the last 12 months?

Heh. Their oldest will be 5 in July.

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Alephnaught  Apr 23, 2018 • 7:25:20am

re: #99 wheat-dogg

The idea that someone has a “Bitcoin generator” is ludicrous, because the entire premise of the project is to prevent counterfeiting and ensure security. A real Bitcoin generator (a mining rig) costs a few thousand dollars now and is def not for the casual home user.

I know enough about BitCoin to know the days of home users mining coins on their laptops are long gone, so I knew straight away that a “BitCoin generator” wouldn’t have got through the door at Dragon’s Den, as it wouldn’t be anything less than the size of a huge server farm. (That, and also the fact that Dragon’s Den obviously hasn’t been cancelled, as per the clickbait headline.)

Interestingly enough, the Sun’s money pages also reported on the fake “Dragon’s Den” ads, the same day as that article I mentioned on my previous post. (They also have a more flattering picture of Deborah Meaden.)

Makes me wonder if those “Mum from [INSERT WIFI LOCATION HERE] makes eleventy bazillion [INSERT CURRENCY BASED ON WIFI LOCATION HERE] per week!!” type ads are of a similar ilk.

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Barefoot Grin  Apr 23, 2018 • 7:25:31am

re: #112 Belafon

Heh. Their oldest will be 5 in July.

Time flies!

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Apr 23, 2018 • 7:46:14am

reading and shaking my head about the Naked Nashville shooter:

“…after an FBI investigation, state and local officials in Illinois confiscated four weapons he owned and revoked his firearm license. Reinking volunteered to give up his guns, police said. But when the authorities arrived to confiscate the weapons, Reinking’s father was there and asked to keep the weapons, according to the Post. After he showed them his firearms license and assured them he would keep the weapons from his son, the police agreed to let him keep them. Later, the father acknowledged he returned the guns to his son. One of those guns was the AR-15 Reinking allegedly used in the shooting.”

High school kids should refuse to show up to class until the people responsible for this are taken to task.

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lawhawk  Apr 23, 2018 • 7:57:48am

re: #115 Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))

reading and shaking my head about the Naked Nashville shooter:

“…after an FBI investigation, state and local officials in Illinois confiscated four weapons he owned and revoked his firearm license. Reinking volunteered to give up his guns, police said. But when the authorities arrived to confiscate the weapons, Reinking’s father was there and asked to keep the weapons, according to the Post. After he showed them his firearms license and assured them he would keep the weapons from his son, the police agreed to let him keep them. Later, the father acknowledged he returned the guns to his son. One of those guns was the AR-15 Reinking allegedly used in the shooting.”

High school kids should refuse to show up to class until the people responsible for this are taken to task.

The father should be arrested as an accomplice and charged with criminally negligent homicides and attempted murder.

But for his actions, the shooter would not have had the means to carry out this attack.

So much for the good guy with the gun.

He enabled this shooting by making guns available to a person who should never have had them. Law enforcement showed undue deference to the father and the son.

I also have to wonder if they would have taken the same tact if the family were black (discriminatory treatment by police is well documented).

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Apr 23, 2018 • 8:02:51am

re: #116 lawhawk

The father should be arrested as an accomplice and charged with criminally negligent homicides and attempted murder.

But for his actions, the shooter would not have had the means to carry out this attack.

So much for the good guy with the gun.

He enabled this shooting by making guns available to a person who should never have had them. Law enforcement showed undue deference to the father and the son.

I also have to wonder if they would have taken the same tact if the family were black (discriminatory treatment by police is well documented).

Our interpretation of the 2nd Amendment is so lax that even people with a proven record of criminal activity and mental instability are not denied access to weapons.

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Renaissance_Man  Apr 23, 2018 • 8:07:38am

re: #116 lawhawk

The father should be arrested as an accomplice and charged with criminally negligent homicides and attempted murder.

But for his actions, the shooter would not have had the means to carry out this attack.

So much for the good guy with the gun.

He enabled this shooting by making guns available to a person who should never have had them. Law enforcement showed undue deference to the father and the son.

I also have to wonder if they would have taken the same tact if the family were black (discriminatory treatment by police is well documented).

The guy was arrested for trespassing near the White House. He moved threateningly towards the Secret Service with his fists. He was also arrested for carrying an AR-15 to work and threatening people while wearing a pink dress.

If he were black, it would never have gotten this far, because he’d be dead. Or locked away for a very long time. But in America, white men with guns are morally correct, even if they must be temporarily detained. So he gets a second, and a third, attempt to do the mass shooting that is his birthright.

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MsJ  Apr 23, 2018 • 8:10:46am

re: #115 Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))

reading and shaking my head about the Naked Nashville shooter:

“…after an FBI investigation, state and local officials in Illinois confiscated four weapons he owned and revoked his firearm license. Reinking volunteered to give up his guns, police said. But when the authorities arrived to confiscate the weapons, Reinking’s father was there and asked to keep the weapons, according to the Post. After he showed them his firearms license and assured them he would keep the weapons from his son, the police agreed to let him keep them. Later, the father acknowledged he returned the guns to his son. One of those guns was the AR-15 Reinking allegedly used in the shooting.”

High school kids should refuse to show up to class until the people responsible for this are taken to task.

The father needs to be prosecuted along with the son. Period.

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gwangung  Apr 23, 2018 • 8:14:30am

re: #119 MsJ

The father needs to be prosecuted along with the son. Period.

And sued into the poorhouse.

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Apr 23, 2018 • 8:15:34am

re: #120 gwangung

And sued into the poorhouse.

If nothing else, then victims should come after him with a massive civil suit for reckless endangerment.

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lawhawk  Apr 23, 2018 • 8:19:21am
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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Apr 23, 2018 • 8:23:58am

re: #122 lawhawk

Fox News host Sean Hannity allegedly received help from the US Department for Housing and Urban Development to carry out multimillion dollar real estate deals, according to a report by The Guardian

and these were among the things he discussed with his non-lawyer with whom he “talked about real esate”?

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ObserverArt  Apr 23, 2018 • 8:34:28am

re: #116 lawhawk

The father should be arrested as an accomplice and charged with criminally negligent homicides and attempted murder.

But for his actions, the shooter would not have had the means to carry out this attack.

So much for the good guy with the gun.

He enabled this shooting by making guns available to a person who should never have had them. Law enforcement showed undue deference to the father and the son.

I also have to wonder if they would have taken the same tact if the family were black (discriminatory treatment by police is well documented).

This Waffle House shooting is a perfect example of how screwed up the gun regulations are in this country. It is a patchwork of stupid laws that do not work.

The whole legality/law side of guns needs to be completely redone to match the times and the guns available. There are too many holes and too much reliance on a person doing the right thing.

And we need the new laws to be national laws that carry from one state to another.

It needs to be made clear and it needs to be made the same for everyone.

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KGxvi  Apr 23, 2018 • 8:37:17am

re: #119 MsJ

The father needs to be prosecuted along with the son. Period.

That law enforcement agency should be on the hook as well. They had a duty to enforce the law by confiscating the weapons, instead they let a family member keep them. Only a fool would think that the shooter wouldn’t eventually have access to them.

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Apr 23, 2018 • 8:37:17am

really needs new outrage material; and still a moron:

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lawhawk  Apr 23, 2018 • 8:40:11am
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lizardofid  Apr 23, 2018 • 8:40:29am

re: #123 Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))

and these were among the things he discussed with his non-lawyer with whom he “talked about real esate”?

Possibly, because remember, Trump said in 2006 that the housing market crash would be a “good thing” for people like himself!

“If there is a bubble burst, as they call it, you know you can make a lot of money,” Trump said in the 2006 audio book, “How to Build a Fortune.” “If you’re in a good cash position — which I’m in a good cash position today — then people like me would go in and buy like crazy.”

cnn.com

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Ace-o-aces  Apr 23, 2018 • 8:46:58am
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Backwoods_Sleuth  Apr 23, 2018 • 8:47:30am

Sarah, it’s stupid question in all respect:

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Ace-o-aces  Apr 23, 2018 • 8:47:32am
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KGxvi  Apr 23, 2018 • 8:48:30am

re: #126 Backwoods_Sleuth

1. Pompeo is not qualified to be Secretary of State

2. Your designated ambassador to Germany had to resign for the Romney campaign because of either (depending on who you believe) stupidity on twitter or pressure from social conservatives for being an openly gay man (chances are it’s not Democrats holding up his nomination

3. Sanctuary laws just mean that the locals won’t do the federal government’s job - you know, federalism (actually, you probably don’t know what that means because you’re a moron)

4. Denying entry to refugees is a disgrace, you are a disgrace

5. Mexico is not going to let you put a provision in NAFTA wherein they have to enforce US immigration laws

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Aucun pays pour les vieux ennemis  Apr 23, 2018 • 8:49:01am
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Backwoods_Sleuth  Apr 23, 2018 • 8:49:39am
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Belafon  Apr 23, 2018 • 8:50:30am

re: #130 Backwoods_Sleuth

Sarah, it’s stupid question in all respect:

I’m so sorry your candidate is so unqualified he can’t get all the Republican votes. It’s not the Democrats job to replace them just because.

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Apr 23, 2018 • 8:51:42am
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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Apr 23, 2018 • 8:52:03am

re: #130 Backwoods_Sleuth

Sarah Huckabee Sanders asks Democrats if hating Trump is more important than the country ahead of Pompeo vote

If she is going to ask questions like that, then reporters have to bombard her questions about whether Donald Trump has stopped beating his wife and sexually assaulting women.

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MsJ  Apr 23, 2018 • 8:52:20am

re: #122 lawhawk

I read a piece up about Hannity and HUD on Politico and the vast majority of comments completely miss why this is a big deal. It’s not that he owns more than 800 houses or that he got money from HUD, it’s that he traded positive press for an increase in the amount of loan money he received. He railed on government doing things for average people but took advantage of government programs (created under Obama, no less) all the while railing on Obama and selling the Trump admin - who gave him millions more loan capacity.

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Apr 23, 2018 • 8:54:51am

re: #138 MsJ

I read a piece up about Hannity and HUD on Politico and the vast majority of comments completely miss why this is a big deal.

And his comments about how he “occasionally” consulted Michael Cohen about “real estate” sound rather different in light of the volume of these transactions…it’s one thing if you are buying a condo for your mother, different if you are investing millions through shell corporations…

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Ace-o-aces  Apr 23, 2018 • 8:55:12am
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Backwoods_Sleuth  Apr 23, 2018 • 8:55:37am

“They are maxing out the time on approval process for all, never happened before. “

I’ll start the list with Merrick Garland and Cassandra Butts.

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KGxvi  Apr 23, 2018 • 8:56:43am

re: #135 Belafon

I’m so sorry your candidate is so unqualified he can’t get all the Republican votes. It’s not the Democrats job to replace them just because.

Apparently Manchin is now a yes, so with Heitkamp, they’re at 51 votes. Flake may vote against, knowing that Pence can break the tie.

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Aucun pays pour les vieux ennemis  Apr 23, 2018 • 8:57:53am
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KGxvi  Apr 23, 2018 • 8:57:53am

re: #140 Ace-o-aces

Well, it’s all those extra u’s and s’s where there should be z’s.

And let’s not even get into zed vs z.

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Aucun pays pour les vieux ennemis  Apr 23, 2018 • 8:58:30am

re: #142 KGxvi

Apparently Manchin is now a yes, so with Heitkamp, they’re at 51 votes. Flake may vote against, knowing that Pence can break the tie.

And most people probably never realize that it’s theater.

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Apr 23, 2018 • 9:02:34am
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Ace-o-aces  Apr 23, 2018 • 9:02:36am
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HappyWarrior  Apr 23, 2018 • 9:03:12am

re: #147 Ace-o-aces

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No surprise there.

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Romantic Heretic  Apr 23, 2018 • 9:03:40am

re: #89 wheat-dogg

I’ve known people like that. One hour in their company feels like a week.

Also known as The Theory of Relativity.

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Apr 23, 2018 • 9:04:03am

my kind of holiday!

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Apr 23, 2018 • 9:04:11am

re: #144 KGxvi

Well, it’s all those extra u’s and s’s where there should be z’s.

And let’s not even get into zed vs z.

not to mention an almost total lack of rhyming slang

I need to wear my aluminium foil titfor (“tit for tat” rhymes with “hat)

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wrenchwench  Apr 23, 2018 • 9:07:09am

re: #150 Backwoods_Sleuth

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my kind of holiday!

A bookie! Oh, wait…

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Apr 23, 2018 • 9:10:49am
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Backwoods_Sleuth  Apr 23, 2018 • 9:11:54am

re: #153 Backwoods_Sleuth

IIRC, most immigrants and refugees are actually MORE likely to be vaccinated than the average American citizen.

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Belafon  Apr 23, 2018 • 9:11:56am

re: #153 Backwoods_Sleuth

You’ll find, James, that those immigrants have higher vaccination rates than American children because they still know what happens if they’re not vaccinated.

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Apr 23, 2018 • 9:13:04am

LOLOLOLOLOLOL

these people…

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Aucun pays pour les vieux ennemis  Apr 23, 2018 • 9:14:29am
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Colère Tueur de Lapin  Apr 23, 2018 • 9:25:20am

re: #154 Backwoods_Sleuth

IIRC, most immigrants and refugees are actually MORE likely to be vaccinated than the average American citizen.

Why, yes, yes they are. There is a lot of data on the intertubes comparing individual disease vaccination rates that back up your thought, but no one good source comparing many different diseases.

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lawhawk  Apr 23, 2018 • 9:25:55am

Know who keeps repeating that lie ad nauseum? Sean Hannity. He’s tapped into that conspiracy bulkshit despite knowing that it’s bull. When Shep Smith was actually taking Hannity to task for that, you know Hannity’s pushing it.

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Citizen K  Apr 23, 2018 • 9:30:06am

This is where we are as a country now. I hate every fucking thing about it.

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KGxvi  Apr 23, 2018 • 9:34:05am

re: #89 wheat-dogg

I’ve known people like that. One hour in their company feels like a week.

I have (or had, might have passed it on to my dad when I went digital) the Harry Chapin live album. In the intro for A Better Place to Be, he mentions this small town, Watertown, New York… and when the crowd cheers he says “that’s more than it deserves, I spent a week there one afternoon.”

I’ve used that line a thousand times since.

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Apr 23, 2018 • 9:36:00am

re: #160 Citizen K

We have people literally burning swastikas and celebrating Naziism in America, with regular public displays. In 20-fucking-18.

This is how fast the backslide has come. We have far more Nazis and Nazi-curious people in this country that even the most pessimistic of us realized.

to repeat my ongoing talking point: when did fascism and white supremacism go from being something totally anathema to American values, something we fought wars against, to becoming just another point on the political spectrum and a point of view we are supposed to tolerate in the name of inclusiveness?

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freetoken  Apr 23, 2018 • 9:37:00am

re: #162 Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))

repeat my talking point: when did fascism and white supremacism go from being something totally anathema to American values, something we fought wars against, to becoming just another point on the political spectrum and a point of view we are supposed to tolerate in the name of inclusiveness?

Here I will interject that America has always had an ample supply of bigots. We never ran short.

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KGxvi  Apr 23, 2018 • 9:38:21am

re: #162 Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))

repeat my talking point: when did fascism and white supremacism go from being something totally anathema to American values, something we fought wars against, to becoming just another point on the political spectrum and a point of view we are supposed to tolerate in the name of inclusiveness?

Wednesday, November 7, 2012; accelerated on June 16, 2015.

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HappyWarrior  Apr 23, 2018 • 9:38:55am

re: #153 Backwoods_Sleuth

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Fuck off prick.

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HappyWarrior  Apr 23, 2018 • 9:40:09am

re: #160 Citizen K

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This is where we are as a country now. I hate every fucking thing about it.

It makes me sick.

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Citizen K  Apr 23, 2018 • 9:40:45am

re: #162 Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))

repeat my talking point: when did fascism and white supremacism go from being something totally anathema to American values, something we fought wars against, to becoming just another point on the political spectrum and a point of view we are supposed to tolerate in the name of inclusiveness?

Lets face it…the latter was always with us, and we had flirtations upon flirtations with the former before we entered WWII officially. The secret is that it was never anathema, just kept on the down low. And now that folks have figured out there really isn’t any downside to going full bore fascist for real long as it’s against a sufficiently brown internal population, they have no reason to hide it anymore.

The backslide comes not from a sudden explosion of racists, but how quickly they became re-mainstreamed once everyone realized there are infinitely more Nazi-curious people in this country that even Neo-Nazis’ most optimistic estimates.

EDIT: Slight edit for clarity

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Aucun pays pour les vieux ennemis  Apr 23, 2018 • 9:41:00am
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HappyWarrior  Apr 23, 2018 • 9:41:16am

re: #163 freetoken

Here I will interject that America has always had an ample supply of bigots. We never ran short.

It’s true. We had a lot of Nazi sympathizers in the lead up to WWII. These are their grandchildren.

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Apr 23, 2018 • 9:42:48am

re: #163 freetoken

Here I will interject that America has always had an ample supply of bigots. We never ran short.

yes, just look at people flying fucking Confederate flags in states that never even belonged to the Confederacy. That is another one I cannot get over…

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Belafon  Apr 23, 2018 • 9:55:58am

The KKK attempted to march through my town in 1988, so we’ve had plenty of that stuff in my lifetime.

A good portion of this is that the president and the GOP have given permission for these people to come out into the open. And white people are so scared that they’re willing to let these people run free. Some of it, though, is that everything is now national. I know about small things happening in places I didn’t know about before.

But, our side’s a little out of practice at telling people to get bent. We’ve been used to not having to deal with these people, and dealing with reasonable people, that as those types of discussions have creeped into discussions, we haven’t really known how to react. But we’re getting better fast.

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FormerDirtDart 🍕🐀  Apr 23, 2018 • 10:07:29am
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HappyWarrior  Apr 23, 2018 • 10:11:12am

re: #172 FormerDirtDart 🍕🐀

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Our servicemen didn’t die so Trump could do bans based off religion. I don’t think she should have apologized because she revealed who she was. Cupp otoh can shut up.

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Ace-o-aces  Apr 23, 2018 • 10:14:24am
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FormerDirtDart 🍕🐀  Apr 23, 2018 • 10:14:40am
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lawhawk  Apr 23, 2018 • 10:16:23am

I don’t think there are enough tables to throw after reading this.

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HappyWarrior  Apr 23, 2018 • 10:18:54am

re: #174 Ace-o-aces

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I’m old enough to remember wingnuts cheering an employer who threatened to fire all his employees who voted for Obama. Way I see it, she chose to say she would have voted for him and people werecright to give her hell.

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Colère Tueur de Lapin  Apr 23, 2018 • 10:21:05am

re: #175 FormerDirtDart 🍕🐀

I know nothing is particularly new in the short bit of this article that I read, but it’s still really disturbing that the chief executive of the US is such a dullard.

ed-added words to make English

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HappyWarrior  Apr 23, 2018 • 10:22:25am

I’m sorry but the fuck your feelings crowd whining about their feelings being hurt amuses me. Karma is a bitch.

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FormerDirtDart 🍕🐀  Apr 23, 2018 • 10:28:24am
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Sir John Barron  Apr 23, 2018 • 10:29:46am

Currently watching a building demolition across the street from my office. Quite captivating.

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HappyWarrior  Apr 23, 2018 • 10:31:38am

re: #180 FormerDirtDart 🍕🐀

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Freedom of Assembly, what’s that Marxism?

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Apr 23, 2018 • 10:34:15am

re: #182 HappyWarrior

Freedom of Assembly, what’s that Marxism?

Labor unions? What’s that, Dictatorship of the Proletariat?

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Flying Squirrel Girl  Apr 23, 2018 • 10:34:56am

re: #172 FormerDirtDart 🍕🐀

I’m old enough to remember what happened to the Dixie Chicks when they voiced political opinions.

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Mike Lamb  Apr 23, 2018 • 10:35:22am

re: #176 lawhawk

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I don’t think there are enough tables to throw after reading this.

I’d love to know what the purported deals involving a guilty plea for the two women involved. Were they still going to get jail time even if they pleaded guilty?

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Belafon  Apr 23, 2018 • 10:35:34am

re: #180 FormerDirtDart 🍕🐀

Yeah, that’ll last about one trial. You can fire them. You can’t punish them for striking.

Colorado is known for shooting strikers, even if they’re children.

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Belafon  Apr 23, 2018 • 10:36:35am

re: #185 Mike Lamb

I’d love to know what the purported deals involving a guilty plea for the two women involved. Were they still going to get jail time even if they pleaded guilty?

Someone asked the DA about those two women, and, according to him, the guy got probation because he accepted a plea, and the women didn’t. I haven’t gone to see what the truth is.

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Sir John Barron  Apr 23, 2018 • 10:39:37am

re: #180 FormerDirtDart 🍕🐀

“Less government”

/

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Apr 23, 2018 • 10:40:28am

re: #184 Flying Squirrel Girl

I’m old enough to remember what happened to the Dixie Chicks when they voiced political opinions.

I felt bad about the death threats they received, but they should have been a bit more aware of the nature of the Country Music market that they were making their millions off of. It is a highly lucrative market, but that popularity comes with the other aspect, namely that the bulk of its customers are people who who love God, guns and America, and offending George Bush was an affront to everything they find holy.

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Hecuba's daughter  Apr 23, 2018 • 10:41:30am

re: #176 lawhawk

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I don’t think there are enough tables to throw after reading this.

This is part of the Texas voter disenfranchisement policy. They want to scare people of color away from the polls. There is no such thing as a decent Republican in Texas.

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Kragar  Apr 23, 2018 • 10:42:28am
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lawhawk  Apr 23, 2018 • 10:43:00am
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Kragar  Apr 23, 2018 • 10:44:06am
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Sir John Barron  Apr 23, 2018 • 10:46:04am

re: #191 Kragar

LOL

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Apr 23, 2018 • 10:47:05am

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Planned Parenthood of Indiana and Kentucky is suing Indiana officials over a new law that will require medical providers who treat women for complications arising from abortions to report detailed patient information to the state.

The federal lawsuit filed Monday by the American Civil Liberties Union of Indiana on Planned Parenthood’s behalf contends the reporting rules and a provision requiring annual inspections of abortion clinics are unconstitutional.

The complaint asks a judge to block the provisions, which are set to take effect July 1.

It contends the abortion complications reporting provision creates “vague and uncertain standards” that are written so broadly “as to be meaningless.” It also says the law violates the U.S. Constitution’s due process and equal protection clauses.

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Alephnaught  Apr 23, 2018 • 10:47:32am

re: #63 William Lewis

Like this?

[Embedded content: “Blasphemous Rumours” by Depeche Mode]

I must admit I was pretty shocked when Depeche Mode put that out. Even now, it’s pretty full on for a pop single, especially that “life support machine” segment, but it was played more or less in full on Top of the Pops on prime time BBC1 at about 7:30ish.

It’s even more amazing when you consider Depeche Mode gave broadcasters an out by making the single a double A-side with the beautiful piano-led ballad “Somebody”. In event, broadcasters hardly ever played it.

Depeche Mode - Somebody with lyrics

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KGxvi  Apr 23, 2018 • 10:47:54am

re: #192 lawhawk

McMaster might be the only person in the administration I feel bad for. As an active duty general, he couldn’t turn down the NSA post, and that had to be the worst fucking gig in Washington.

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Apr 23, 2018 • 10:50:30am

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) officially ended Net Neutrality on Monday, scraping the regulations from the Federal Register and hastening the introduction of a corporate-controlled internet.

The final ruling ends the Obama-era regulations, which prohibited Internet Service Providers (ISPs) like Comcast and Verizon from slowing down or blocking access to certain websites. Instead the FCC chose to end the public-utility regulation of the internet and “restore the light-touch regulatory scheme that fostered the internet’s growth, openness and freedom.”

(more at the link at Think Progress)

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BeenHereAwhile  Apr 23, 2018 • 10:50:47am

re: #186 Belafon

Yeah, that’ll last about one trial. You can fire them. You can’t punish them for striking.

Colorado is known for shooting strikers, even if they’re children.

Sometimes the miners shot back

Ludlow Massacre
Words and Music by Woody Guthrie

[…] That very night your soldiers waited,
Until all us miners were asleep,
You snuck around our little tent town,
Soaked our tents with your kerosene.

You struck a match and in the blaze that started,
You pulled the triggers of your gatling guns,
I made a run for the children but the fire wall stopped me.
Thirteen children died from your guns[…]

[…] Our women from Trinidad they hauled some potatoes,
Up to Walsenburg in a little cart,
They sold their potatoes and brought some guns back,
And they put a gun in every hand.

The state soldiers jumped us in a wire fence corners,
They did not know we had these guns,
And the Red-neck Miners mowed down these troopers,
You should have seen those poor boys run[…]

woodyguthrie.org

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Apr 23, 2018 • 10:52:47am
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Backwoods_Sleuth  Apr 23, 2018 • 10:53:17am
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Backwoods_Sleuth  Apr 23, 2018 • 10:54:16am

re: #193 Kragar

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ObserverArt  Apr 23, 2018 • 10:56:13am

re: #198 Backwoods_Sleuth

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(more at the link at Think Progress)

So net neutrality is officially done.

How soon before we all start getting notices about different price levels depending on what you want your connection to do?

It is going to be interesting to watch what happens. So many people use the internet and they didn’t have to think much about it.

All the wingnuts that love Trump may soon get a real lesson in Trump business thinking. Let’s see their reactions if pricing starts getting out of control.

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Alephnaught  Apr 23, 2018 • 10:56:25am

re: #144 KGxvi

Well, it’s all those extra u’s and s’s where there should be z’s.

And let’s not even get into zed vs z.

Don’t you mean: “z vs zee”?

(Runs for cover….)

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lawhawk  Apr 23, 2018 • 10:56:54am

How soon before Trump goes off on a rant about that, but remains silent about the mass slaughter at a Waffle House where a white guy murdered four black people with a gun he had no business having access to because his dad promised cops he wouldn’t get them.

His father should be prosecuted and charged as an accomplice and for criminally negligent homicide.

There are no accidents and there were plenty of warning signs that this was a likely outcome.

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KGxvi  Apr 23, 2018 • 10:57:29am

re: #204 Alephnaught

Don’t you mean: “z vs zee”?

(Runs for cover….)

Archer: YYZ

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Unshaken Defiance  Apr 23, 2018 • 10:57:57am

re: #153 Backwoods_Sleuth

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FormerDirtDart 🍕🐀  Apr 23, 2018 • 10:58:10am

I miss the days when random vehicular accidents weren’t immediately raised to international news

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Apr 23, 2018 • 10:58:48am

re: #208 FormerDirtDart 🍕🐀

I miss the days when random vehicular accidents weren’t immediately raised to international news

because if it was a Muslim we will be hearing no end of it

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Unshaken Defiance  Apr 23, 2018 • 10:59:19am

re: #208 FormerDirtDart

Upside-Not so deadly as guns and bombs. Take what we can…

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Eventual Carrion  Apr 23, 2018 • 11:00:02am

re: #172 FormerDirtDart 🍕🐀

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Dixie Chicks say fuck you Cupp.

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Alephnaught  Apr 23, 2018 • 11:00:17am

re: #150 Backwoods_Sleuth

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my kind of holiday!

But disappointed at the lack of the Reading Room from Trinity College, Dublin in there, but that’s amazing!

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ObserverArt  Apr 23, 2018 • 11:01:17am

re: #208 FormerDirtDart 🍕🐀

I miss the days when random vehicular accidents weren’t immediately raised to international news

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Doesn’t everything we do these days have some kind of a nefarious reason behind it?

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ipsos  Apr 23, 2018 • 11:01:28am

re: #207 Unshaken Defiance

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Yeah, but Trump showed them who was boss by leaving Unicef. So there.

///ish

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Belafon  Apr 23, 2018 • 11:04:58am

re: #207 Unshaken Defiance

Which means we’ll be more protected the more of them here. If we can’t get the herd to vaccinate we’ll increase the size of the herd.

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Aucun pays pour les vieux ennemis  Apr 23, 2018 • 11:05:08am

re: #172 FormerDirtDart 🍕🐀

Btw, Pizza-rat isn’t unusual. My pet rat will yank anything out of your hand and drag it away, pizza included. It’s just what they do. Rats grab food and run off to eat it, so other rats can’t take it.

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HappyWarrior  Apr 23, 2018 • 11:06:43am

re: #216 Aucun pays pour les vieux ennemis

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Btw, Pizza-rat isn’t unusual. My pet rat will yank anything out of your hand and drag it away, pizza included. It’s just what they do. Rats grab food and run off to eat it, so other rats can’t take it.

I don’t think she should have apologized albeit not for why Cupp said. Shania revealed her colors with that. No apologies change that.

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lawhawk  Apr 23, 2018 • 11:08:53am

So, Shania Twain had some tweets…. guess that may explain why seats for a show in Brooklyn are showing up on discount sites.

The top-selling female country artist of all time comes to Brooklyn for one night only, Saturday, July 14, and Travelzoo members can get tickets from $39 (reg. $79.99).

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Aucun pays pour les vieux ennemis  Apr 23, 2018 • 11:09:25am

re: #217 HappyWarrior

I don’t think she should have apologized albeit not for why Cupp said. Shania revealed her colors with that. No apologies change that.

I just feel sorry for her. The line on Trump was a small part of an article about a terrible life rooted in child-abuse.

I’m not surprised she fell for Trump, because like most of his supporters, she’s a damaged person.

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FormerDirtDart 🍕🐀  Apr 23, 2018 • 11:11:40am

re: #216 Aucun pays pour les vieux ennemis

Pizza Rat in my spirit animal

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A dark and stormy covfefe  Apr 23, 2018 • 11:13:56am

re: #208 FormerDirtDart 🍕🐀

It went on for more than about 2.5 km, so I don’t think this was just a random accident.

But, there’s nothing to worry about. Just a lone wolf.

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Colère Tueur de Lapin  Apr 23, 2018 • 11:15:18am

re: #216 Aucun pays pour les vieux ennemis

Btw, Pizza-rat isn’t unusual. My pet rat will yank anything out of your hand and drag it away, pizza included. It’s just what they do. Rats grab food and run off to eat it, so other rats can’t take it.

That’s a serious non-sequitur to Cupp’s tweet….

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Kragar  Apr 23, 2018 • 11:15:25am
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HappyWarrior  Apr 23, 2018 • 11:15:30am
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danarchy  Apr 23, 2018 • 11:15:42am

re: #216 Aucun pays pour les vieux ennemis

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Btw, Pizza-rat isn’t unusual. My pet rat will yank anything out of your hand and drag it away, pizza included. It’s just what they do. Rats grab food and run off to eat it, so other rats can’t take it.

Hey not just rats. My dog does this too. Give her a treat and she will run outside to go eat it in privacy. If the door is closed she will stand there drooling on my hardwood floors with a treat in her mouth until I come over and open the door for her. Eventually if I out wait her she will run down to the basement to eat it.

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FormerDirtDart 🍕🐀  Apr 23, 2018 • 11:16:45am
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Colère Tueur de Lapin  Apr 23, 2018 • 11:17:28am

re: #222 TedStriker

Proving, yet again, that white folx gots privilege.

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FormerDirtDart 🍕🐀  Apr 23, 2018 • 11:17:38am
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Kragar  Apr 23, 2018 • 11:20:18am

re: #229 FormerDirtDart 🍕🐀

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They better be charging his fucking dad as an accessory.

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Aucun pays pour les vieux ennemis  Apr 23, 2018 • 11:20:26am

re: #223 Colère Tueur de Lapin

That’s a serious non-sequitur to Cupp’s tweet….

It wasn’t part of the response to Cupp’s Tweet. It was a response to the Pizza rat icons.

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Dr. Matt  Apr 23, 2018 • 11:20:31am

BREAKING: Van plows into crowd of pedestrians in Toronto (Yonge and Finch)

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Dr. Matt  Apr 23, 2018 • 11:21:10am

re: #232 Dr. Matt

BREAKING: Van plows into crowd of pedestrians in Toronto (Yonge and Finch)

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FormerDirtDart 🍕🐀  Apr 23, 2018 • 11:21:21am

Netflix has shipped Star Wars: Episode VIII: The Last Jedi to me.
It pays to move choices to #1 in the queue, even when they still have a pending release date weeks away.

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Alephnaught  Apr 23, 2018 • 11:22:25am

re: #217 HappyWarrior

I don’t think she should have apologized albeit not for why Cupp said. Shania revealed her colors with that. No apologies change that.

I’m not sure that’s the point. S.E. Cupp’s argument appears to be along the lines of: “Our soldiers in WW2 didn’t fight Hitler so that someone who previously supported someone I support can subsequently change their mind on that support”. Which, if you ask me, is pretty much the opposite of realty. The argument becomes even more nonsensical considering Shania Twain isn’t even a US citizen.

Whether or not Mrs Twain is making a strategic move with her mea culpa is a separate argument.

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Dr. Matt  Apr 23, 2018 • 11:23:44am

re: #234 FormerDirtDart 🍕🐀

Spoiler alert: 23andme mixed up Luke’s samples. Luke’s real father was some drunk at the Mos Eisley Cantina.

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Blind Frog Belly White  Apr 23, 2018 • 11:24:08am

re: #226 danarchy

Hey not just rats. My dog does this too. Give her a treat and she will run outside to go eat it in privacy. If the door is closed she will stand there drooling on my hardwood floors with a treat in her mouth until I come over and open the door for her. Eventually if I out wait her she will run down to the basement to eat it.

Rango does that with things he’s not sure he’ll like. If he likes it, he’ll come back for more

If he knows it’s something he likes, he won’t go anywhere, lest he miss the next bite. Like when I was slicing the brisket the other night. Silly bastard would have licked the knife.

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Apr 23, 2018 • 11:24:56am

re: #235 Alephnaught

I’m not sure that’s the point [of] S.E. Cupp’s argument

there is no argument, the point is to say something witty and pithy and conservative-sounding

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freetoken  Apr 23, 2018 • 11:25:42am

re: #238 Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))

there is no argument, the point is to say something witty and pithy and conservative-sounding

I.e., working the marks.

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BeachDem  Apr 23, 2018 • 11:25:45am

re: #222 TedStriker

Tennessean: Travis Reinking manhunt: Police say Waffle House shooting suspect is in custody

Earlier in the day, investigators also revealed more details about Reinking’s behavior in the days before the Waffle House shooting.

He had stolen a car from the Brentwood BMW dealership and run from police on Tuesday, Aaron said.

Brentwood police briefly chased him through rush hour traffic, Aaron said, but he got away. Police used the car’s GPS to track it to Reinking’s apartment complex, but did not identify him as a suspect at that time.

Talk about yer white privilege…

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Colère Tueur de Lapin  Apr 23, 2018 • 11:27:16am

re: #231 Aucun pays pour les vieux ennemis

It wasn’t part of the response to Cupp’s Tweet. It was a response to the Pizza rat icons.

Ahh. I see that Dirt Dart has an icon at the end of his name that looks like a slice of pizza. But, no rat on my net-nannied work computer.

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Dr. Matt  Apr 23, 2018 • 11:28:34am

re: #233 Dr. Matt

It was a Ryder van rental (see video: ctvnews.ca). Could be another terrorist attack by vehicle.

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Blind Frog Belly White  Apr 23, 2018 • 11:29:16am

The more I see her, the more S.E. Cupp looks like a character played by a younger Katherine O’Hara.

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Aucun pays pour les vieux ennemis  Apr 23, 2018 • 11:29:24am

re: #241 Colère Tueur de Lapin

Ahh. I see that Dirt Dart has an icon at the end of his name that looks like a slice of pizza. But, no rat on my net-nannied work computer.

I don’t know what kind of sorcery he uses to display those icons. I wonder what your workplace has against rats.

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Aucun pays pour les vieux ennemis  Apr 23, 2018 • 11:29:57am

re: #243 Blind Frog Belly White

The more I see her, the more S.E. Cupp looks like a character played by a younger Katherine O’Hara.

LOL, for real, like a crazy-person while at my desk.

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BeachDem  Apr 23, 2018 • 11:29:57am

And an updated photo of the “poor, misunderstood lad who was raised in a good Christian home” to replace the one they’ve been using to make him look like a junior high student.

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A dark and stormy covfefe  Apr 23, 2018 • 11:30:27am
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Aucun pays pour les vieux ennemis  Apr 23, 2018 • 11:32:12am

re: #246 BeachDem

And an updated photo of the “poor, misunderstood lad who was raised in a good Christian home” to replace the one they’ve been using to make him look like a junior high student.

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I hate this “good christian home” nonsense. Religion does not produce people who are better than those who reject religion. Most people in prison come from Christian homes.

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meteor  Apr 23, 2018 • 11:33:35am

re: #248 Aucun pays pour les vieux ennemis

Unfair sample.

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MsJ  Apr 23, 2018 • 11:34:34am

My SIL said they got the guy. I just checked on her and my niece who live in TO.

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FormerDirtDart 🍕🐀  Apr 23, 2018 • 11:34:36am

I guess he found some clothes along the way

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MsJ  Apr 23, 2018 • 11:35:37am

re: #246 BeachDem

And an updated photo of the “poor, misunderstood lad who was raised in a good Christian home” to replace the one they’ve been using to make him look like a junior high student.

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He looks like Kato Cailin. And this was in Brentwood. Weird how that works sometimes.

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BeachDem  Apr 23, 2018 • 11:36:34am

JFC—could there be a more ignorant take than this:

But Carol Swain, a candidate for mayor of Nashville, says even more lives would have been saved if patrons inside the diner had been armed.

“Today’s shooting shows how important it is to have well-trained and armed citizens in the community,” Swain said in a statement condemning the shooting. “If one of the patrons had been armed, the situation may have turned out differently and lives could have been saved.”

tennessean.com

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First Epistle of Paul to the Bagmen  Apr 23, 2018 • 11:36:56am

re: #251 FormerDirtDart 🍕🐀

I guess he found some clothes along the way

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Are the cops going to buy him a hamburger before heading for the station? Poor guy must be hungry, and it looks like he’s scraped his arm. Better get that looked at STAT!

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A dark and stormy covfefe  Apr 23, 2018 • 11:37:50am

Uh oh. If true, this should bring out the dipshits.

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KGxvi  Apr 23, 2018 • 11:38:37am

re: #253 BeachDem

JFC—could there be a more ignorant take than this:

But Carol Swain, a candidate for mayor of Nashville, says even more lives would have been saved if patrons inside the diner had been armed.

“Today’s shooting shows how important it is to have well-trained and armed citizens in the community,” Swain said in a statement condemning the shooting. “If one of the patrons had been armed, the situation may have turned out differently and lives could have been saved.”

tennessean.com

In a situation where a gun man opens fire on unsuspecting crowd… four dead is pretty much best case scenario, isn’t it?

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Dr. Matt  Apr 23, 2018 • 11:38:45am

re: #253 BeachDem

Yeah, gun fights between untrained civilians. Brilliant.

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Kragar  Apr 23, 2018 • 11:38:55am
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ObserverArt  Apr 23, 2018 • 11:39:01am

re: #219 Aucun pays pour les vieux ennemis

I just feel sorry for her. The line on Trump was a small part of an article about a terrible life rooted in child-abuse.

I’m not surprised she fell for Trump, because like most of his supporters, she’s a damaged person.

She said he was honest. She obviously knew nothing about him other than his cleaned-up reality show host image. So, she was just like so many in America, though she is Canadian. What is troubling is too many still think he is honest, etc.

That is the failure of people educating themselves about the candidate rather than outright trust in our media.

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jaunte  Apr 23, 2018 • 11:39:36am
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Aucun pays pour les vieux ennemis  Apr 23, 2018 • 11:41:17am

re: #258 Kragar

Trump EPA to recognize burning wood as being carbon neutral

Isn’t it, as long as you grow the trees specifically to be burned later, rather than cutting down forests? If course they probably did not specify that procedure, since they’re Republicans.

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Weaselone  Apr 23, 2018 • 11:41:25am

re: #257 Dr. Matt

Yeah, gun fights between untrained civilians. Brilliant.

In a crowded restaurant.

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Aucun pays pour les vieux ennemis  Apr 23, 2018 • 11:42:01am

re: #260 jaunte

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Excellent deer-in-headlights photo.

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KGxvi  Apr 23, 2018 • 11:42:15am

re: #260 jaunte

I swear, at some point, somebody is going to walk up to that podium and just say what we’re all thinking…

“Look, the president is a fucking moron with the attention span of a gold fish and some fairly racist beliefs, we all just spend our days trying to stop him from going with his worst impulses.”

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KGxvi  Apr 23, 2018 • 11:43:24am

re: #261 Aucun pays pour les vieux ennemis

Isn’t it, as long as you grow the trees specifically to be burned later, rather than cutting down forests? If course they probably did not specify that procedure, since they’re Republicans.

Probably also helps to plant new trees when you cut down the ones to be burned.

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Aucun pays pour les vieux ennemis  Apr 23, 2018 • 11:43:30am

re: #264 KGxvi

I swear, at some point, somebody is going to walk up to that podium and just say what we’re all thinking…

“Look, the president is a fucking moron with the attention span of a gold fish and some fairly racist beliefs, we all just spend our days trying to stop him from going with his worst impulses.”

And then they’ll be removed and someone from Infowars will be given their slot.

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FormerDirtDart 🍕🐀  Apr 23, 2018 • 11:43:58am

re: #255 A dark and stormy covfefe

Uh oh. If true, this should bring out the dipshits.

True or not, it doesn’t matter now. It’s an “internet fact” now
Any reports or clarifications to the contrary is now evidence of a coverup

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Apr 23, 2018 • 11:44:10am

re: #257 Dr. Matt

Yeah, gun fights between untrained civilians. Brilliant.

another hobby horse: if you want to use a gun to defend your home and family, then I guess that is your right, but a public active shooter situation is an entirely different setting. you need years of training, experience, good situational awareness and nerves of steel or you risk doing more damage then you might prevent.
those skills are not available over the counter at your local sporting goods shore

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Shiplord Kirel, Friend of Moose and Squirrel  Apr 23, 2018 • 11:45:17am

re: #258 Kragar

Good. And you know of course that coal is just really old wood.

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plansbandc  Apr 23, 2018 • 11:45:33am

An entertaining look at one of my favorite shows of all time: An oral history of The Bob Newhart Show.

hollywoodreporter.com

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Aucun pays pour les vieux ennemis  Apr 23, 2018 • 11:46:05am

re: #265 KGxvi

Probably also helps to plant new trees when you cut down the ones to be burned, too.

Sure, that way you keep the process rolling.

CO2 capture may save us yet, but we really shouldn’t be putting ourselves into a situation where we have to depend on new technologies delivering for our civilization to survive.

climatecentral.org

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b.d. (Candy Man)  Apr 23, 2018 • 11:46:17am

re: #269 Shiplord Kirel, Friend of Moose and Squirrel

Good. And you know of course that coal is just really old wood.

There you go talking about Trump and Stormy Daniels again.

//

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Aucun pays pour les vieux ennemis  Apr 23, 2018 • 11:46:28am

re: #270 plansbandc

Nice. I love that show.

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plansbandc  Apr 23, 2018 • 11:46:50am

re: #269 Shiplord Kirel, Friend of Moose and Squirrel

So we really are going to go back to pre EPA air pollution. Maybe he can legalize incinerators again while he’s at it. JFC

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jaunte  Apr 23, 2018 • 11:47:54am

Trump EPA to Exemplify Reduced Brain Electricity.

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Apr 23, 2018 • 11:48:16am

re: #274 plansbandc

So we really are going to go back to pre EPA air pollution. Maybe he can legalize incinerators again while he’s at it. JFC

one of my favorite chores as a kid was to go out back and burn the trash, we had a big wire trash burning frame and I loved filling it with old plastic and paper and setting it alight…

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ObserverArt  Apr 23, 2018 • 11:51:24am

re: #240 BeachDem

Earlier in the day, investigators also revealed more details about Reinking’s behavior in the days before the Waffle House shooting.

He had stolen a car from the Brentwood BMW dealership and run from police on Tuesday, Aaron said.

Brentwood police briefly chased him through rush hour traffic, Aaron said, but he got away. Police used the car’s GPS to track it to Reinking’s apartment complex, but did not identify him as a suspect at that time.

Talk about yer white privilege…

What a complete jack-up of police responsibility.

If he was from Chicago and had been stopped at the White House and pulled all the other crap he would already be jailed in Illinois if not dead by cop.

It would never have gotten to this point.

They would have taken the guns, tried him and punished him just three months from the White House incident it would all have been over and wrapped up.

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DodgerFan1988  Apr 23, 2018 • 11:58:32am

The Alt-Right’s “Freedom Fighter” arrested.

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Barefoot Grin  Apr 23, 2018 • 12:02:12pm

Can we burn leaves again? I loved that when I was a kid.

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Apr 23, 2018 • 12:02:31pm
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Aucun pays pour les vieux ennemis  Apr 23, 2018 • 12:03:26pm

re: #279 Barefoot Grin

Can we burn leaves again? I loved that when I was a kid.

I always thought people should be arrested for doing that, but I like breathing air without irritating particles in it.

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Aucun pays pour les vieux ennemis  Apr 23, 2018 • 12:04:04pm

re: #278 DodgerFan1988

The Alt-Right’s “Freedom Fighter” arrested.

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I think he’s schizophrenic more than a freedom-fighter for anyone.

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Apr 23, 2018 • 12:04:21pm
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Kragar  Apr 23, 2018 • 12:04:32pm

Now, flight records obtained by Bloomberg provide to-the-minute details, from wheels down to departure. Combined with existing accounts and Trump’s own social-media posts, they capture a mere 45 hours and 43 minutes that, nearly five years later, loom large in the controversy engulfing the White House and at the heart of the Comey memos, which the Justice Department turned over last week to Congress.

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First Epistle of Paul to the Bagmen  Apr 23, 2018 • 12:05:42pm

re: #283 Backwoods_Sleuth

Is she missing some teeth?

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Aucun pays pour les vieux ennemis  Apr 23, 2018 • 12:05:44pm

re: #284 Kragar

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Maybe he was up the whole time on his “diet pills” so it seemed like one very-long day.

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Apr 23, 2018 • 12:05:47pm
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Backwoods_Sleuth  Apr 23, 2018 • 12:08:08pm

re: #285 Skip Intro

Is she missing some teeth?

Her teeth are completely weird.

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Barefoot Grin  Apr 23, 2018 • 12:08:38pm

re: #281 Aucun pays pour les vieux ennemis

I always thought people should be arrested for doing that, but I like breathing air without irritating particles in it.

I remember hearing about air quality studies in the days after 9/11 when commercial flights were grounded and that the scientists were shocked by the improvements in such a short time. The cumulative effect of banning burning, removing lead from petrol, and moving to cleaner burning fuels has resulted in real, demonstrative improvements. And it could all easily be undone—and may be if Pruitt is completely successful

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Aucun pays pour les vieux ennemis  Apr 23, 2018 • 12:08:47pm
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Aucun pays pour les vieux ennemis  Apr 23, 2018 • 12:09:56pm

re: #288 Backwoods_Sleuth

Her teeth are completely weird.

It’s not just her teeth, but let’s focus on the lying.

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HappyWarrior  Apr 23, 2018 • 12:10:16pm

re: #287 Backwoods_Sleuth

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Project much Tommy?

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The Very Reverend Battleaxe of Knowledge  Apr 23, 2018 • 12:10:21pm

re: #279 Barefoot Grin

Can we burn leaves again? I loved that when I was a kid.

We were involved in a constant, unrelenting struggle against the diabolical thickets of blackberries that were strangling the life out of the whole neighborhood. We burned tons of branches, which we’d previously saturated with 2,4-D and 2,4,5-T. Good times….

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Apr 23, 2018 • 12:15:41pm
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Anymouse 🌹  Apr 23, 2018 • 12:16:57pm

re: #287 Backwoods_Sleuth

Associate Justice Merrick Garland was unavailable for comment.

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The Very Reverend Battleaxe of Knowledge  Apr 23, 2018 • 12:18:25pm

re: #288 Backwoods_Sleuth

Her teeth are completely weird.

Reminds me of “Hotsy” Totsy from Welcome Back Kotter. (My apologies to whoever played the part—I used to know, but I’m senile.)

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Anymouse 🌹  Apr 23, 2018 • 12:18:29pm

re: #279 Barefoot Grin

Can we burn leaves again? I loved that when I was a kid.

Come over to my house. We burn leaves in our town (when permitted by the Fire Chief).

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Apr 23, 2018 • 12:25:48pm

re: #295 Anymouse 🌹

Associate Justice Merrick Garland was unavailable for comment.

Actually, he is.

Cassandra Butts is the one who is no longer available.

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Shiplord Kirel, Friend of Moose and Squirrel  Apr 23, 2018 • 1:57:07pm

re: #283 Backwoods_Sleuth

Yeah, Slavic isn’t quite up to Aryan, but it is much higher than, well, you know. /////


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