The Great Tommy Emmanuel: “Lewis & Clark” [VIDEO]

Music • Views: 20,886

YouTube

This song is from the film “Tommy Emmanuel, CGP Live at Her Majesty’s Theatre in Ballarat, Australia.”

[Official Web Site]
tommyemmanuel.com
[Subscribe]
goo.gl
[Spotify]
open.spotify.com
[Facebook]
facebook.com
[Instagram]
instagram.com
[Twitter]
@tommyemmanuel
[FanClub]
tommyemmanuel.com

Jump to bottom

201 comments

1
gocart mozart  Feb 21, 2020 • 5:37:02pm
2
Ace Rothstein  Feb 21, 2020 • 5:42:56pm

I’ll be in the Democratic shame dungeon if y’all need me.

3
Quoth the raven, Covfefe.  Feb 21, 2020 • 5:43:23pm

re: #2 Ace Rothstein

I’ll be in the Democratic shame dungeon if y’all need me.

Pretty sure if Democrats had a dungeon, it’d be a sex dungeon.

/half

4
Belafon  Feb 21, 2020 • 5:48:43pm

re: #3 Quoth the raven, Covfefe.

Pretty sure if Democrats had a dungeon, it’d be a sex dungeon.

/half

And we’d spend most of our time debating over whether the sex will be good or bad.

5
Yeah Sure WhatEVs  Feb 21, 2020 • 5:50:22pm

Uhm. Thanks Capitan Obvious.

6
Sherlock Hound  Feb 21, 2020 • 5:51:06pm

I do not trust Bernie’s disavowal of the Russians.

7
Barefoot Grin  Feb 21, 2020 • 5:56:26pm

re: #4 Belafon

And we’d spend most of our time debating over whether the sex will be good or bad.

It’ll be bad, but it’ll still be good.

8
Dave In Austin  Feb 21, 2020 • 5:57:20pm

Come on over to my House….

9
Barefoot Grin  Feb 21, 2020 • 6:01:13pm

re: #8 Dave In Austin

Come on over to my House….

[Embedded content]

Sang background on The Who’s “Who Are You?”

10
Chrysicat  Feb 21, 2020 • 6:04:30pm

re: #6 Sherlock Hound

I do not trust Bernie’s disavowal of the Russians.

[Embedded content]

Nor I. I just said in another chat that you have to be a Kremlinologist to understand either him or Trump, and I don’t mean that as an accusation of pro-Russian, I mean it in terms of “80 percent of what he says verbally is kayfabe. Just like Trump’s 95%.”

11
gocart mozart  Feb 21, 2020 • 6:07:27pm
12
Chrysicat  Feb 21, 2020 • 6:09:18pm
13
gocart mozart  Feb 21, 2020 • 6:22:55pm
14
Chrysicat  Feb 21, 2020 • 6:23:02pm

Also, it’s not even 22:00 yet; why is this place in overnight mode already?

15
Quoth the raven, Covfefe.  Feb 21, 2020 • 6:23:34pm

re: #14 Chrysicat

Also, it’s not even 22:00 yet; why is this place in overnight mode already?

It’s Friday night and it’s been a hell of a week. I am in full-on passive mode right now, and I may or may not be 2.5 sheets to the wind already.

16
b.d. (We're gonna win)  Feb 21, 2020 • 6:25:56pm

re: #2 Ace Rothstein

I’ll be in the Democratic shame dungeon if y’all need me.

I think we just call that “Iowa” now….

17
Jebediah, RBG  Feb 21, 2020 • 6:26:15pm

Alas, I will never be a CGP.

18
BigPapa  Feb 21, 2020 • 6:32:07pm

So my manufacturer’s rep came by my office and committed some international electronic vandalism. Not sure if I should cut a bitch or get my numbers up cuz it’s funny as hell.

Putin WiFi
19
I Would Prefer Not To  Feb 21, 2020 • 6:32:47pm

So, I cleared up my financial mess from Yesterday. I should be able to pay all my bills (and make political donations).

My mind is clear for my set on Sunday night at Gotham Comedy Club. I’m debating on whether or not to do the Rush Limbuagh Joke (don’t care how you spell his name, it’s standup). It’s one of those items that will play in NYC, but not in other places. Yeah I’m going to go for it. I also make fun of Jim Bakker, racists and talk about being Jewish in the age of Epstein and Wiensteins. It’s only a few minute set so I have to limit myself.

20
uriel  Feb 21, 2020 • 6:34:16pm

Apparently, laughing at Q means you’ve somehow joined up without realizing. Or something?

Regardless, I guess I’m in all of a sudden.

21
gocart mozart  Feb 21, 2020 • 6:34:30pm
22
I Would Prefer Not To  Feb 21, 2020 • 6:37:04pm

23
gocart mozart  Feb 21, 2020 • 6:42:45pm
24
FormerDirtDart 🍕🐀 No Capt'n😷Trips  Feb 21, 2020 • 6:43:55pm

re: #22 I Would Prefer Not To

[Embedded content]

FOR THE LOVE OF DOG, COME ON…

25
Quoth the raven, Covfefe.  Feb 21, 2020 • 6:44:06pm

re: #23 gocart mozart

I love Anderson Cooper, and I remember actually celebrating the day Rod Blagojevich was arrested. Growing up in Indiana, the shenanigans in Springfield were basically the entirety of the evening news unless something of national import was going on.

26
Backwoods_Sleuth  Feb 21, 2020 • 6:46:32pm
27
Rightwingconspirator  Feb 21, 2020 • 6:52:43pm

The other day i posted this image from a recent morning. Wheatdogg hoit me up for before and after. This morning a eautiful ‘after” showed up.

Foggy Morning

28
uriel  Feb 21, 2020 • 6:57:54pm

re: #26 Backwoods_Sleuth

Whoa- Anderson is lighting that mother UP.

29
Charles Johnson  Feb 21, 2020 • 6:58:47pm
30
FormerDirtDart 🍕🐀 No Capt'n😷Trips  Feb 21, 2020 • 6:59:43pm
31
Dread Pirate  Feb 21, 2020 • 7:00:23pm
32
BlueSpotinAL  Feb 21, 2020 • 7:04:03pm

Jason Isbell doing his part for Alabama:

33
stpaulbear  Feb 21, 2020 • 7:08:25pm

re: #29 Charles Johnson

Clickbait.

34
Interesting Times  Feb 21, 2020 • 7:09:13pm

Largest Canadian newspaper, yo:

35
Yeah Sure WhatEVs  Feb 21, 2020 • 7:11:25pm

re: #34 Interesting Times

Largest Canadian newspaper, yo:

[Embedded content]

The actual headline: Film critic Donald Trump reaches into his racist, rat-chewed box of Froot Loops to mock ‘Parasite’ and Brad Pitt

I’m dying.

36
Belafon  Feb 21, 2020 • 7:16:53pm

re: #32 BlueSpotinAL

Jason Isbell doing his part for Alabama:

[Embedded content]

John Legend is going to be campaigning for Warren in South Carolina.

37
gocart mozart  Feb 21, 2020 • 7:25:36pm

lOL

38
Dread Pirate  Feb 21, 2020 • 7:37:19pm
39
Chrysicat  Feb 21, 2020 • 7:48:09pm
40
i(m)p(each)sos  Feb 21, 2020 • 7:49:58pm

re: #19 I Would Prefer Not To

wPiH+h+5v5CU4wmtWICWqTcn75Gx+2vNFmTag0wNNIWU3e+k/UfKEoOVIODXSKbQ5h5wrSVWRN9Fh6iByht8ZRoNEXAS/2/ds+0trVvssrsALJwVN7526/I36cRPhOgRZPoFTzqTpaZTo6gSvoa4LKK528WWV+wAzWNzcWABmzhAU1BfSecL3578AkzoW/Vh3m3lDmGtWCES+AIcVb3yqHYccX/GYC5x9jhOQ+73kr+Kd0qe+QUyrPIuwH+7hy43

41
DodgerFan1988  Feb 21, 2020 • 7:57:32pm
42
I Would Prefer Not To  Feb 21, 2020 • 8:02:28pm

re: #40 i(m)p(each)sos

[Embedded content]

Xs6/nrLe0btzsQ1V7MALcgvXU2bMtzzfaoq+azGC6YIp6hLo4EXyTZmQdFuaFBdSmAyhpWbQqlCISPjbJmbF2w1A7oprjpnqGd7E3Gk/dPAGIQdWu2Pq8HOX0VD87BiNtERAgmdyM5tlp1M6Nds3iA==

43
Barefoot Grin  Feb 21, 2020 • 8:03:53pm

re: #23 gocart mozart

[Embedded content]

The problem is Blago hated doing the actual job of governor because it meant he had to spend time in Springfield where he was supposed to live. Instead, he spent a shitload of taxpayer money jetting down to deal with the most basic necessities of his job and jetting back to Chicago to act like a hot shot.

44
Barefoot Grin  Feb 21, 2020 • 8:05:55pm

re: #32 BlueSpotinAL

Jason Isbell doing his part for Alabama:

[Embedded content]

I want to upding this like how many units? 400? No, even more.

45
jaunte  Feb 21, 2020 • 8:11:29pm

re: #3 Quoth the raven, Covfefe.

Pretty sure if Democrats had a dungeon, it’d be a sex dungeon.

/half

More like a quibble cafeteria.

46
i(m)p(each)sos  Feb 21, 2020 • 8:12:34pm

re: #42 I Would Prefer Not To

rncrQwOXZhIHhhKtQPF/A/h96fRFTZdbd0prgpKHGhMJmg+LWqGbdPo8dvIl4ogrCxXx+i4tZJD4d1UL8BOHjrwGJ96E40TqO4MFJRESB94lOYXc5xvXA7zbaINEwitApr3d9bCiKtAhd9hS2MPycH3zgUwdWVEb6LLc3Aewv+s0tW/KwXHA2/EYzpnOL/Sshe5OqxPTFMHGf7+8/fZ+SBcB6qcIpES/Vps5u9+syTDrC1hkuPaFgzPWjs4lbUidc8W+qr1X5PnWTGDxqtQJzbRxpScktWPj/7CrN4HbwJTF8JI/SlizeRXAbEuiY4iCCo0rhryJ7c/fQ89qoZAz80Dz+k7d4QJUZnZ+tGb+5fZ+d835etk5IcPmga7JpF8jdv5Oa+uJFo7FUGUh7gKsBAPU5u1l88kUfsRC/idNtzXL0eDjfYIq+oDTEmbOTFXcetEzFm4vw5T3P8UO0ySM/QrZB+3USTSOqjMvH5w6M/I=

47
uriel  Feb 21, 2020 • 8:13:20pm

Well, this ain’t swell-
Trump’s new personnel chief orders ‘purge’ of all never-Trumpers from federal agencies: Report

“McEntee called in White House liaisons from cabinet agencies for an introductory meeting Thursday, in which he asked them to identify political appointees across the U.S. government who are believed to be anti-Trump,” Axios reports.

Guess we’re working up to our very own night of the long knives.

Maga, or something.

48
Barefoot Grin  Feb 21, 2020 • 8:13:23pm

My problems with Bernie I have discussed here before, but I want to set that aside to note that Dick van Dyke (a national treasure) is trending because he has released a video endorsing Bernard without comment:

twitter.com

49
danarchy  Feb 21, 2020 • 8:14:58pm

re: #39 Chrysicat

[Embedded content]

Cooper is a wealthy guy, but not that wealthy.

50
I Would Prefer Not To  Feb 21, 2020 • 8:16:29pm

re: #49 danarchy

Cooper is a wealthy guy, but not that wealthy.

He doesn’t have to worry about money and he can afford lawyers for lawsuits.

51
gocart mozart  Feb 21, 2020 • 8:20:52pm
52
Barefoot Grin  Feb 21, 2020 • 8:22:08pm

So, does anyone think we’d have avoided Trump if the Obama administration had aggressively pursued criminal charges against the leaders of the financial institutions that created the 2007-08 Great global recession? I saw it brought up in a tweet feed. I am a “no.” I think Obama should have been more aggressive, though I understand the imperative of just getting the country back on a reliable economic footing, but I think the crazies that love Trump were just waiting for a leader to mouth their grievances regardless. I guess going after swindlers might have put the lie to the Tea Party protests about how Democrats are the party of high taxes and useless programs, but I don’t really think there was ever that much thought in the astroturf movement that led to Trump.

53
Rightwingconspirator  Feb 21, 2020 • 8:26:46pm

Well this result was not encouraging.

54
Belafon  Feb 21, 2020 • 8:30:56pm

re: #52 Barefoot Grin

So, does anyone think we’d have avoided Trump if the Obama administration had aggressively pursued criminal charges against the leaders of the financial institutions that created the 2007-08 Great global recession? I saw it brought up in a tweet feed. I am a “no.” I think Obama should have been more aggressive, though I understand the imperative of just getting the country back on a reliable economic footing, but I think the crazies that love Trump were just waiting for a leader to mouth their grievances regardless. I guess going after swindlers might have put the lie to the Tea Party protests about how Democrats are the party of high taxes and useless programs, but I don’t really think there was ever that much thought in the astroturf movement that led to Trump.

Prosecuting every Bush official would have still kept Fox on the air, and wouldn’t have prevented the people who hated the black man in office from voting for a racist.

55
uriel  Feb 21, 2020 • 8:32:38pm

re: #51 gocart mozart

Pretty soon, twitter is going to consist of nothing more than one rich guy’s bots fighting another rich guy’s bots.

56
uriel  Feb 21, 2020 • 8:33:59pm

re: #52 Barefoot Grin

…I think the crazies that love Trump were just waiting for a leader to mouth their grievances regardless.

You’re not wrong.

57
gocart mozart  Feb 21, 2020 • 8:35:49pm
58
Joe Bacon 🌹  Feb 21, 2020 • 8:35:53pm

re: #19 I Would Prefer Not To

So, I cleared up my financial mess from Yesterday. I should be able to pay all my bills (and make political donations).

My mind is clear for my set on Sunday night at Gotham Comedy Club. I’m debating on whether or not to do the Rush Limbuagh Joke (don’t care how you spell his name, it’s standup). It’s one of those items that will play in NYC, but not in other places. Yeah I’m going to go for it. I also make fun of Jim Bakker, racists and talk about being Jewish in the age of Epstein and Wiensteins. It’s only a few minute set so I have to limit myself.

Brings back memories of the time I talked to Rodney Dangerfield on the phone. He had me laughing so hard my then supervisor listened in on the call and he almost had a hernia from laughing that hard.

“Hey I got to tell you nobody loved me as a kid. Nobody wanted to play with me. So I played with myself!”

“Walking past a bar in New York, sign says “Topless and Bottomless”. Curious so I walk in. Nobody was there!”

“I made that first record. Told it was a hit. Waiting for the royalty check. Year later it comes. It’s 2¢! Take it to the bank and the check bounced.”

“I was in first grade. Teacher said I was stupid. Asked for a second opinion she said you’re ugly. Asked for a third opinion. She said Your Momma dresses you funny!”

59
JC1  Feb 21, 2020 • 8:36:45pm

re: #52 Barefoot Grin

So, does anyone think we’d have avoided Trump if the Obama administration had aggressively pursued criminal charges against the leaders of the financial institutions that created the 2007-08 Great global recession? I saw it brought up in a tweet feed. I am a “no.” I think Obama should have been more aggressive, though I understand the imperative of just getting the country back on a reliable economic footing, but I think the crazies that love Trump were just waiting for a leader to mouth their grievances regardless. I guess going after swindlers might have put the lie to the Tea Party protests about how Democrats are the party of high taxes and useless programs, but I don’t really think there was ever that much thought in the astroturf movement that led to Trump.

If the DOJ went after white collar crime with the same amount of effort they spend going after drugs, then Trump and his 3 eldest kids would have been in jail for a variety of crimes before Obama ever became president.

60
Chrysicat  Feb 21, 2020 • 8:37:44pm

re: #49 danarchy

Cooper is a wealthy guy, but not that wealthy.

You’re sure? I thought he inherited his mother’s entire fortune despite there being Stokowski brothers she bore first…

61
Barefoot Grin  Feb 21, 2020 • 8:38:31pm

re: #59 JC1

If the DOJ went after white collar crime with the same amount of effort they spend going after drugs, then Trump and his 3 eldest kids would have been in jail for a variety of crimes before Obama ever became president.

Well there’s that, too. I didn’t even think that far.

62
danarchy  Feb 21, 2020 • 8:46:37pm

re: #60 Chrysicat

You’re sure? I thought he inherited his mother’s entire fortune despite there being Stokowski brothers she bore first…

It turns out her fortune was vastly overestimated. The records filed with the probate court showed her estate was worth about 1.5 million dollars. Cooper makes more than that in a year.

63
Hecuba's daughter  Feb 21, 2020 • 8:46:45pm

re: #60 Chrysicat

You’re sure? I thought he inherited his mother’s entire fortune despite there being Stokowski brothers she bore first…

An article said she left him the majority of her 200 million dollar estate — definitely not enough to buy a network.

64
Dave In Austin  Feb 21, 2020 • 8:55:54pm
65
gocart mozart  Feb 21, 2020 • 8:57:43pm

LOL, he has a point

66
gocart mozart  Feb 21, 2020 • 8:59:30pm
67
LeftyRambles2413 (HappyWarrior)  Feb 21, 2020 • 9:03:50pm

re: #65 gocart mozart

LOL, he has a point

[Embedded content]

This is a man who as of four years ago asked if most of the drug dealers were black. Claims to hate identity politics but uses minorities as surrogates to deflect criticism.

68
Chrysicat  Feb 21, 2020 • 9:12:05pm
69
Targetpractice  Feb 21, 2020 • 9:42:08pm

re: #64 Dave In Austin

[Embedded content]

Oh look, Bernie’s going after the “establishment” of the very party whose nomination he’s seeking…again. Shocker.

//////

70
Ace-o-aces  Feb 21, 2020 • 9:48:15pm
71
Belafon  Feb 21, 2020 • 9:55:24pm

re: #70 Ace-o-aces

At least Bloomberg can deliver an insult. Trump’s are lame.

72
Targetpractice  Feb 21, 2020 • 10:00:27pm

re: #68 Chrysicat

[Embedded content]

Unless the Dems win the Senate and Schumer changes the rules to end the “two-track system” BS regarding the filibuster so that the Repubs must continue “debating” in order to hold up bills and nominations, then Bernie’s proposals (hehe) are DOA in the event he wins the presidency. The next four years would be a series of votes that go nowhere or result in such compromises that his own followers end up forsaking him and going in search of another messiah.

73
sagehen  Feb 21, 2020 • 10:06:17pm

re: #49 danarchy

Cooper is a wealthy guy, but not that wealthy.

In the1860’s-1870’s, Cornelius Vanderbilt was the richest man in America. After he died, his eldest son and heir was the richest man in America until he died. Gloria Vanderbilt (Cooper’s mom) became the richest child in the world when her father died in the 1930’s… but assorted aunts/uncles/cousins/trustees/guardians greatly diminished that fortune. By the time she came of age she was still heiress-rich, but not Getty-rich or Rockefeller-rich.

By the 1970’s-1980’s, Gloria’s money was almost entirely her own earnings from her jeans company. Anderson Cooper inherited a couple of million from mom, but most of his own $100 million net worth is because his CNN salary is in the 8 figures (has been for years), and he’s invested reasonably well.

74
FormerDirtDart 🍕🐀 No Capt'n😷Trips  Feb 21, 2020 • 10:08:01pm

Hurricane Nana?
Is Nana even a name?

75
Targetpractice  Feb 21, 2020 • 10:08:55pm

re: #74 FormerDirtDart 🍕🐀 No Capt’n😷Trips

Hurricane Nana?
Is Nana even a name?

[Embedded content]

Hurricane Marco, a sub-tropical storm that makes a lot of noise but does little real damage before fizzling out.

76
Dr Lizardo  Feb 21, 2020 • 10:22:37pm

re: #73 sagehen

I can still remember ’70s TV ads for Gloria Vanderbilt jeans - they were all the rage in the latter part of the Disco Era (mid-to-late 1970s).

77
Dread Pirate  Feb 21, 2020 • 10:25:54pm
78
BigPapa  Feb 21, 2020 • 10:29:48pm

re: #77 Dread Pirate

the math on that just doesn’t work

Insane

79
Targetpractice  Feb 21, 2020 • 10:31:44pm

I need a vacation so badly, I’ve started planning my own kidnapping.

/

80
Belafon  Feb 21, 2020 • 10:35:32pm

re: #77 Dread Pirate

[Embedded content]

It’s weird how people have to jump in the threat stating “fake”.

81
Ace-o-aces  Feb 21, 2020 • 10:36:57pm
82
Dread Pirate  Feb 21, 2020 • 10:41:49pm
83
Targetpractice  Feb 21, 2020 • 10:45:21pm

re: #82 Dread Pirate

[Embedded content]

I wonder if the publisher knew that Trump was so petty that he’d put a hold on the book until at least next year, if not longer in the event he wins reelection?

84
uriel  Feb 21, 2020 • 11:00:20pm

So, I was watching this after spending a large part of the day thinking about how god-damned many political norms, and just rules of basic law and sanity, have been completely dismantled in the past three years, and frankly, I’m *really* disheartened. (Yes, even more than usual.)

Bloodbath at the DOJ - Roger Stone Sentenced (Real Law Review)

I’m just really flummoxed over how many Rubicons does Trump need to cross before the media, and the people, decide, this is not normal. This is not just one of those “both sides” situations. This is serious, and rapidly changing the character of this country for the worse? How many intertwining, mutually supporting stories of outright corruption and criminality do we have to hear before we can all agree *that’s e-f’ing-nough.*

At this point, I’m feeling very fatalistic about the whole mess. I mean, we’re really at the point where it *is* questionable whether Trump could outright murder a person and get away with it without any real repercussions.

And that’s f’ng horrifying.

(Ok, tirade off. Regardless of what you think of my eagle-eyed observations of the current political climate, it’s a good video, and presents really complete timeline of the Stone trial and sentencing from a legal perspective.)

85
Dread Pirate  Feb 21, 2020 • 11:27:10pm

Yeah, that will work.

86
uriel  Feb 21, 2020 • 11:33:54pm

re: #85 Dread Pirate

YOU’RE NOT HELPING! ;)

87
Amory Blaine  Feb 21, 2020 • 11:42:09pm

re: #27 Rightwingconspirator

You in contact with wheatdogg? I hope he’s doing well.

88
The Ghost of a Flea  Feb 21, 2020 • 11:43:52pm

Um.

Imagine Twitter as a room with a chair in it. You sit down in the chair and “tweet” by saying something aloud: the response is several hundred people bursting into the room at once, all saying different things in different tones and some are completely unintelligible and some are only notable because they’re louder and their gestures are bigger and some seem to not even be responding to what you said. But you are expected to respond, even prompted to respond, quickly, and because of the structure of the conversation, everyone expects you as initiator of the cloud of screaming to be attentive to all the subcomponent waves of people talking over people. All of this pushes you physiologically into excitement and “fast” thinking…highly emotional, reactive, heavy on heuristic assumptions.

It is literally the worst medium possible for any nuanced subject. It is also addictive, because it’s a giant fucking loop of rewards, deprivation of rewards, and punishment. It’s a Skinner box in which everybody performs random intermittent reinforcement on everybody, leaving every single human being participating in good faith stuck in a loop of heightened emotion, frustration, and paranoia that resembles intoxication.
Short term, nice, and even beautiful things can happen on Twitter. But the cruel, ugly, angry-and-scared shit is so powerfully arousing that it sticks with people a lot longer than the latest -aw- moment, because cute puppies do not trigger an urgent instinct to survive that over times shapes into mostly-nonsense

(Some other time we can talk about how even nice Twitter is deeply manipulative and exploited by bad actors but this is going to be long before touching that)

Now…bear with me…but you know who really likes it when people are excited, caught up in the moment, and thus not thinking in careful, critical terms? The people for whom it’s a win if you’re exhausted, defensive, emotionally depleted, and have…under your own power, through your own effort…honed a skillset of searching other’s language for disagreement and then inflating it into a fight?

All stripes of bastards. The entire phylum.

Twitter is the perfect tool for autocracies, scammers, and the shitheel allsorts not just because of disinformation and bots, but because those short messages are easy to misread (because it’s easy to miss context, or nuance that can’t be laid out in tiny boxes of text), and in the misreading there’s all sorts of room for fucking with people, or goading them to fuck up their own day. And since Twitter is a crowded room, once the slap fight has started it will likely continue just because of the ripple of misunderstanding and defensiveness. The limited medium of text and photos is un-nuanced leaving everything open to interpretation…specifically the worst possible interpretation because the Skinnerian loop of Twitter teaches you that you’re going to be attacked at any moment by “the other side,” and relative anonymity means that you have no trust basis or context beyond whatever hurtful, chaotic thing just happened. And even when there is a real difference of opinion, the medium inevitably pushes toward emotional overload just by its design.

This is fucking genius if you’re looking to hurt and abuse people. Good faith operators bounce off one another, minor slights and misunderstanding get magnified into calumnies and threats…and, in what can only be described as the ne plus ultra of bullying strategy, absolute top marks in the cynicism of tyranny, good faith operators become bad faiths operators seeking out people to pick fights with and declare a “win” over, all inside of a completely imaginary rhetorical space. A calculated bad faith operator can activate hundreds of good faith operators by pushing them into emotional overload and setting them a target. And if you do it right, they will put more time, effort, and cruelty into inflicting hurt than someone trained to do it.

Social media is really, really good and cheap as a fear-and-anger- spreading medium. These are basic emotions pulled out of us when we feel threatened, complete with massive physiological gear shift that makes us think short term and act in aggressive ways, even when the “threat” is entirely abstract, and when the “threat” is self-invented because the person feeling threatened is human, and all humans have defective brain meat where not only do the lizard reflexes fire up to run away from an entirely imaginary bear, but the stupid head-meat actually long-term learns to be scared of thinking about bears.

Shit, I have according-to-Hoyle post-traumatic stress: my therapy is entirely about acknowledging that once upon a time there was an actual bear that I had to survive, but also have an entire wing of my brain attuned to nonsensical, almost superstitious, behavior that seemed like a good idea when life required guessing how to survive that one, very specific, very really dangerous bear. Apophenia, but just for bear sign.

Now I sit and I watch people do this to themselves, and to others, on Twitter: First they have fun because anger is very self-gratifying, but then they’re also scared, and it all feels very life affirming and the language games provide an outlet for all sorts of dark urges to be more clever, more powerful, more rhetorical devastating are fueled by a desire to “survive” a rhetoric fight that seems to have all the stakes. But the fucked up part is that it’s pretty clear that the only winners are the people who don’t care, who just enjoy the conflict for conflict’s sake. Because they’re sadists and awful people, and it’s a win for them if everyone else accepts sadism and awful as normal operating procedure; it cuts down on overhead.

Twitter is passive income for abusers: just put in the equity up front and you can get everybody you want hurt to hurt each other—and themselves. Thinking bigger, Twitter is perfect for tyrants. You want a populace that don’t trust each other, feel generally inured to unpleasantness, and have just enough fear that you can suck value out of them with only the occasional spot of resistance? Bam: they will do it to one another, with just a bit of seeding. And the depressing, dystopian thing is that even the anger and fear pointed at targets that deserve anger and fear is a win for the bastards, because you can’t shame or humiliate institutions that have already decided your opinions don’t matter.

I read Twitter sometimes and, frankly, nobody’s “side” making a good showing out there. When strychnine-pissing contests break out, nobody comes away “winning” because there was never a baseline thing to fucking win. And—especially frankly—the insufferable hypebeasts that make shit worse by constantly inflating the language of conflict are equally distributed and have more in common with one another than with any putative cause they defend…and I don’t think it matters what they’re stanning for at all. That they use the same tactics, that they relish the tiny power trip of winning at short form rhetoric, makes fucking all of them a waste of time. Like, I obviously love sarcasm and hyperbole, but Twitter just rank with sour, defensive irritability.

If I say “Twitter is fucking people up” I am saying it from a place of general concern because…this does not strike me as a healthy loop of behavior, but at the same time it is an intensely rewarding loop of behavior right up until the moment it burns you out. And I’ve lived that. If I say “Twitter is also nightmare social control technology” it’s because it’s eerily close to that one definition of fascism where you don’t give people self-determination, but you do give them a medium in which to express all their angry at how they’re being fucked over. If I say “most of the Twitter fights dragging on right now aren’t fucking worth it because they’re basically a unhealthy coping mechanism for actual, terrible things, because anger provides false clarity and makes you high, and maybe don’t trust a habit that makes you high particularly when a bunch of fucking rich technocrats seem to love the idea that you’re governed by this unhealthy coping mechanism they control and monetize” I hope you understand that I am deadly fucking serious and I not saying this to perform cleverness or aloofness by dinging a popular medium of expression. And I hope you understand that when I say “The shitty people on Twitter is a feeding ground for narcissists that want their dicks hard and maybe we should start using ‘is this situation going to help a narcissist get hard?’ as a vetting standard when using Twitter?” I am being intentionally comically vulgar and 100% serious.

Stop helping shitty, petty people jerk off. Do not parcipate in their shitty, petty worldview where everything is a tiny power struggle and “the win” in the short term is worth it. Whatever persons or group you’re thinking about right now in terms of “well THOSE people are the shitty petty and it’s okay that I’m pushing back and therefore”….NOPE, NOT WORTH IT, STILL CREATING JERK OFF MATERIALS FOR SHITHEELS, YES YOUR PUTATIVE SIDE HAS SHITTY PETTY PEOPLE TOO AND THEY”RE FLOGGING IT WHEN YOU DOUBLE DOWN AND SAYING SOMETHING STUPID AND MEAN BECAUSE IT MEANS LIFE CAN’T BE BETTER.AND THEREFORE THEYRE NOT SHITTY.

I joke, but this is genuinely scary to me; it’s specifically scary because it reminds me of social control systems and abuse I’ve lived through. Catharsis…ejecting that emotional load built up from hurting…is something smart abusers build into their systems. And Twitter is all about the hot ropes of catharsis being sprayed in every direction. You’re being fed the illusion of victory and bloodsport in a series of trivial conflicts that amount to little more than language games…surrounded by actors that want everything to escalate, be worse. And the words get lost fast, but the emotions, the rage and the resentment and the perfumed fury, are lingering like fucking dioxins. Best case scenario you’re Mithradates, poisoning yourself enough to survive someone else’s poisoning attempt…but eventually the arsenic rots anyway.

89
Amory Blaine  Feb 21, 2020 • 11:45:06pm

re: #66 gocart mozart

I love the theme song for The Deer Hunter.

Ana Vidovic plays Cavatina by Stanley Myers on a Jim Redgate guitar

90
Targetpractice  Feb 21, 2020 • 11:49:27pm

re: #85 Dread Pirate

[Embedded content]

Yeah, that will work.

Stone’s attorneys know there is no chance whatsoever that Jackson will rule in favor of a new trial, so they’re trying to smear her preemptively in order to speed up the process of getting their client a pardon. Since Trump has been ranting and raving about how “mean” Jackson is, this is the attorneys trying to tell him without saying aloud that they know Roger won’t get a new trial and to just go ahead and pardon him now while excusing it by citing the judge as being “biased.”

91
Targetpractice  Feb 22, 2020 • 12:04:20am
92
Dread Pirate  Feb 22, 2020 • 1:04:32am
93
Teukka  Feb 22, 2020 • 1:08:37am

Now playing in this Lizardim’s lair:

Thunderbird (2005 Remaster)

94
Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Feb 22, 2020 • 2:00:38am

re: #12 Chrysicat

You’re talking to people who think the right thing to do would have been allowing all the banks to fail and all the automakers with the possible exception of Ford to go Chapter 7.

I lost all faith in capitalism when the federal government bailed out Chrysler in 1979…by all rights, that company should have been allowed to fail, but nobody was about to take the political and social responsibility for it.

95
Dr Lizardo  Feb 22, 2020 • 2:19:44am

re: #94 Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))

I lost all faith in capitalism when the federal government bailed out Chrysler in 1979…by all rights, that company should have been allowed to fail, but nobody was about to take the political and social responsibility for it.

The 1979 bailout only delayed the inevitable - in April 2009, Chrysler declared Chapter 11 bankruptcy, and it was ultimately acquired by Fiat in 2014.

96
Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Feb 22, 2020 • 2:27:38am

re: #27 Rightwingconspirator

The other day i posted this image from a recent morning. Wheatdogg hoit me up for before and after. This morning a eautiful ‘after” showed up.

I asked you for before and after, but updinged you nonetheless

97
Yeah Sure WhatEVs  Feb 22, 2020 • 4:27:05am

Oh yeah. This totally needs to happen!!

98
Shropshire Slasher  Feb 22, 2020 • 4:57:54am

Who knew?!

The city of Miami will begin trapping and relocating peacocks from one neighborhood after residents complained of slippery piles of poop, dive-bombing birds and screeching and squawking at all hours of the night.

“They are a pest. They are noisy. They do poop. The poop is significant. And they are getting very aggressive over time,” Pat Tzakis, a resident of Miami’s Coconut Grove neighborhood, told the City Commission at a meeting this month. “When I moved into the neighborhood 25 years ago, they were mainly confined to 17th Avenue…now we have about 100 peacocks in our own neighborhood, which is small. They’re getting aggressive as they multiply. Please help us out in finding a solution for these magnificent creatures.”

routefifty.com

99
Shiplord Kirel, Friend of Moose and Squirrel  Feb 22, 2020 • 5:04:26am

*snort*

100
Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Feb 22, 2020 • 5:07:30am

re: #57 gocart mozart

Lol at the covers of Michael Bloomberg’s daughter’s novels

Unbridled Passion
Stirrup my Desire
Champing at my Bits
Bonnie and Clydesdale
Appaloosa Morals

101
Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Feb 22, 2020 • 5:08:54am

re: #70 Ace-o-aces

Our political discourse is being dominated by two old rich white New Yorkers hurling childish insults at each other.

102
Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Feb 22, 2020 • 5:12:08am

re: #95 Dr Lizardo

The 1979 bailout only delayed the inevitable - in April 2009, Chrysler declared Chapter 11 bankruptcy, and it was ultimately acquired by Fiat in 2014.

America was just not prepared for that degree of Globalism in 1979. We all saw it as somehow defending ourselves against an assault from the Japanese auto industry, which was putting us at an unfair disadvantage by offering better designed cars with lower prices & gas mileage and a higher standard of workmanship…

103
Belafon  Feb 22, 2020 • 5:12:33am

Bo-dy-slam:

104
Belafon  Feb 22, 2020 • 5:12:54am
105
LeftyRambles2413 (HappyWarrior)  Feb 22, 2020 • 5:14:18am

re: #103 Belafon

Bo-dy-slam:

[Embedded content]

She’s going all in. Good.

106
Belafon  Feb 22, 2020 • 5:16:45am

I wonder if God sent this to correct the white male problem wherein the US (I am a white male and an atheist):

107
Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Feb 22, 2020 • 5:18:11am

re: #106 Belafon

Where the immune system is concerned, men are the weaker sex. In the coronavirus outbreak, that is making a difference.

How much of that is a matter of XX vs XY chromosome and how much is a matter of lifestyle?

108
Shropshire Slasher  Feb 22, 2020 • 5:20:09am

File this under “All I got for surviving the Coronavirus is this T-shirt, and cancer”

More than 100 wild animals have reportedly dropped dead near the centre of the coronavirus outbreak in China.

Experts claimed that some of the animals died after being poisoned by disinfectant sprayed by workers to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, according to state media.

A total of 135 animal bodies belonging to 17 species - including blackbirds, wild boars and weasels - were found in Chongqing, which borders Hubei Province.

dailymail.co.uk

Edited because I’m an Moran.

109
Belafon  Feb 22, 2020 • 5:40:12am

re: #107 Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))

How much of that is a matter of XX vs XY chromosome and how much is a matter of lifestyle?

Interesting physiology problem. But would the have much of an effect if it were lifestyle? Would guys listen?

110
Belafon  Feb 22, 2020 • 6:06:07am
111
b.d. (We're gonna win)  Feb 22, 2020 • 6:17:13am

re: #110 Belafon

[Embedded content]

Warren & Bernie ending up with the most delegates would totally cause an establishment meltdown. The Democratic Party is changing, I’ll vote for who ever but my candidate of the moment is Warren.

Not a Bernie fan but I am siding with this. There is an entire barrel of things to complain about Bernie but I don’t see this one as a big deal at all?

112
jeffreyw  Feb 22, 2020 • 6:28:30am

Good morning!

113
Belafon  Feb 22, 2020 • 6:31:24am

re: #111 b.d. (Is Rush Dead Yet?)

I’m pretty sure he could have made the statement he did after the leak right after he received the briefing. I realize he doesn’t think he needs to dispel it, but there are a lot of Dems that believe he accepting Russia’s help, and it took the leak for him to respond to it.

114
ericblair  Feb 22, 2020 • 6:41:00am

re: #111 b.d. (Is Rush Dead Yet?)

Warren & Bernie ending up with the most delegates would totally cause an establishment meltdown. The Democratic Party is changing, I’ll vote for who ever but my candidate of the moment is Warren.

Not a Bernie fan but I am siding with this. There is an entire barrel of things to complain about Bernie but I don’t see this one as a big deal at all?

[Embedded content]

Why would it cause an establishment meltdown, and why are you considering Bernie and Warren together? What is the Democratic establishment, keeping in mind that the only person running for the Dem presidential slot who actually had any input to the 2020 convention rules is a certain Bernard Sanders?

I’m a Warren voter, Warren contributor and have Bernie as my last choice, not my second. Warren wants to build the party up, and Bernie wants to tear it down.

115
b.d. (We're gonna win)  Feb 22, 2020 • 6:41:33am

re: #113 Belafon

I’m pretty sure he could have made the statement he did after the leak right after he received the briefing. I realize he doesn’t think he needs to dispel it, but there are a lot of Dems that believe he accepting Russia’s help, and it took the leak for him to respond to it.

There are a lot of Dems who will say he is accepting/soliciting Russian help even though they no such thing. It is an accusation which would line up with his image lol.

This jumped out at me:

116
b.d. (We're gonna win)  Feb 22, 2020 • 6:44:38am

re: #114 ericblair

Why would it cause an establishment meltdown, and why are you considering Bernie and Warren together? What is the Democratic establishment, keeping in mind that the only person running for the Dem presidential slot who actually had any input to the 2020 convention rules is a certain Bernard Sanders?

I’m a Warren voter, Warren contributor and have Bernie as my last choice, not my second. Warren wants to build the party up, and Bernie wants to tear it down.

I am considering Bernie and Warren together because, according to that tweet they are #1 and #2 in California. Warren is the most left of the non-Bernies and has long been an enemy of the 1%ers.

117
ericblair  Feb 22, 2020 • 6:47:09am

re: #116 b.d. (Is Rush Dead Yet?)

I am considering Bernie and Warren together because, according to that tweet they are #1 and #2 in California. Warren is the most left of the non-Bernies and has long been an enemy of the 1%ers.

In that sense, ok I see. However, I don’t think we can consider the Democratic establishment to be the 1%, and Saunders as a self-described anti-establishment candidate is deliberately hostile to the party structure in ways that Warren definitely isn’t.

118
Backwoods_Sleuth  Feb 22, 2020 • 6:52:24am

re: #69 Targetpractice

Oh look, Bernie’s going after the “establishment” of the very party whose nomination he’s seeking…again. Shocker.

//////

119
b.d. (We're gonna win)  Feb 22, 2020 • 6:54:55am

re: #118 Backwoods_Sleuth

[Embedded content]

“It Was Necessary to Destroy the Village in Order to Save It.”

If any candidate has any earth shattering dirt on Bernie, now would be a good time to show it.

120
Jay C  Feb 22, 2020 • 6:55:47am

re: #98 Shropshire Slasher

Who knew?!

routefifty.com

Me, for one.
Many years ago, a peacock (who got named George) flew into the yard of my mother’s house in So Cal, and decided to stay for a while. At first Mom was amused (he WAS a gorgeous bird), but after a (short) while, the novelty wore right the hell off. For one thing, we found that peacocks have a very loud and strident call - which he loved to exercise by dawn’s early light (and all day): for another, my mother’ terrace was terrazzo:, which, unfortunately, was prone to get eaten away by the very acidic peacock poop, which George produced in voluminous quantity.
George eventually flew away on his own, but the pits in the terrazzo remained as a souvenir ever after….

121
LeftyRambles2413 (HappyWarrior)  Feb 22, 2020 • 6:56:01am

re: #118 Backwoods_Sleuth

[Embedded content]

And this is why I’m not going to bend the knee. Dude won New Hampshire with the lowest percentage any winner has since 1952 and he’s crowing himself the frontrunner yet doesn’t want to have to answer questions from the press. I’m sorry but I will not let Bernie be a left wing Trump to our party and ideology. I’ll vote for him if he wins but he’s showing that he has no desire to bring the different factions of the party together if he wins and for that, I have no love for him and wish him to fail. The fact of the matter is he should already have known that the Russians were interfering for him. They did four years ago too. He just did not care because most of the scrunity was being thrown HRC’s way and then Biden’s.

122
Shropshire Slasher  Feb 22, 2020 • 7:03:05am

I’m looking for articles that state the policy difference between Warren and Sanders that are written without a bias for either candidate. Any help would be appreciated.

123
jaunte  Feb 22, 2020 • 7:12:33am

re: #122 Shropshire Slasher

Vox had a piece from June 2019 that lists some specific policy differences, with an overall difference highlighted:

The fundamental difference in ideology

Underlying all this is a fundamental difference in how Sanders and Warren see themselves on the ideological spectrum.

Warren is a social democrat. Sanders is a democratic socialist. The difference between the two is best explained by how Warren and Sanders convey their skepticism toward capitalism, said Sheri Berman, a political scientist with Barnard College, who has written extensively on the history of the left.

“Both Sanders and Warren have put forth a slew of policies a couple of election cycles ago would have been seen just far ahead of where the Democratic Party was,” Berman said. “If you believe in capitalism and you believe it has gone a little off the rails in the last generation, but it remains the best system to maintain economic growth and democracy, then Warren is the better candidate for you.”

“Or do you believe that capitalism is inherently unjust, inherently unstable?” Then Sanders is the right fit, Berman said.
vox.com

124
A hollow voice says, Guilty, guilty, guilty!  Feb 22, 2020 • 7:13:02am

re: #106 Belafon

I wonder if God sent this to correct the white male problem wherein the US (I am a white male and an atheist):

[Embedded content]

+1 for the caveat. (This is what that Lancet article I linked to a while back was saying, based on a study of 99 people — is this based on that, or is there more data now? I can’t look myself because paywall.)

125
Shropshire Slasher  Feb 22, 2020 • 7:14:06am

I found this m.lasvegassun.com but I won’t cut and paste their article. One key point is the dollar amounts. I would have to side with Bernie on the money, only because if you ask for 16 trillion and you only get 4 trillion, at least you got something in the horse trading of lawmaking.

126
LeftyRambles2413 (HappyWarrior)  Feb 22, 2020 • 7:14:56am

re: #123 jaunte

Vox had a piece from June 2019 that lists some specific policy differences, with an overall difference highlighted:

Jacobin meant it as an insult to Warren but they said Warren is Justice Brandeis and Bernie is Eugene V. Debs. I don’t know why they meant that as an insult since Justice Brandeis was more directly responsible for change than Debs was. I tend to take Warren’s perspective in that argument btw though Warren isn’t my candidate at the moment.

127
jaunte  Feb 22, 2020 • 7:16:24am
128
A hollow voice says, Guilty, guilty, guilty!  Feb 22, 2020 • 7:16:56am

re: #111 b.d. (Is Rush Dead Yet?)

Warren & Bernie ending up with the most delegates would totally cause an establishment meltdown. The Democratic Party is changing, I’ll vote for who ever but my candidate of the moment is Warren.

Not a Bernie fan but I am siding with this. There is an entire barrel of things to complain about Bernie but I don’t see this one as a big deal at all?

[Embedded content]

Someone on The Last Word pointed out that Bernie has never sat on an intelligence committee and might not know that it was okay to talk about it.

129
makeitstop  Feb 22, 2020 • 7:17:42am

Atkinson’s wife told NBC News that his arrest has left her “speechless.”

“Was his email tactful? No, it wasn’t. Was it kind of disturbing? Yes, it was,” Theresa Atkinson said from her home in Beaverton, Michigan. “But him along with several other people in this country are fed up with the bull——. They just want the country to run.”

Theresa Atkinson said her husband, a former construction worker, has no job, no guns and no income and is disabled. “He’s not in a group of anything except his little clan that plays video games,” she said. “He’s nothing. He’s no one.

“He sometimes has a big mouth, and he does get angry,” she added, “but he is not a threat in any way, shape or form, and he has a constitutional right to speak.”

It’s unreal how these people feel entitled to threaten lives until they get caught.

Throw his unemployed, disabled, loud-mouthed ass in prison.

130
i(m)p(each)sos  Feb 22, 2020 • 7:20:52am

re: #125 Shropshire Slasher

I found this m.lasvegassun.com but I won’t cut and paste their article. One key point is the dollar amounts. I would have to side with Bernie on the money, only because if you ask for 16 trillion and you only get 4 trillion, at least you got something in the horse trading of lawmaking.

And the evidence that in 30+ years in Washington, Sanders has learned any successful “horse trading” skills is….?

He’s more likely to ask for 16 trillion and get zero.

131
jaunte  Feb 22, 2020 • 7:21:20am

re: #129 makeitstop

Theresa Atkinson said her husband, a former construction worker, has no job, no guns and no income and is disabled.

Why on earth do people like this think a spoiled multimillionaire New York real estate heir is on their side?

132
jaunte  Feb 22, 2020 • 7:24:01am
133
Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Feb 22, 2020 • 7:28:35am

re: #118 Backwoods_Sleuth

Oh look, Bernie’s going after the “establishment” of the very party whose nomination he’s seeking…again. Shocker.

Trump also “ran against the GOP establishment” in the 2016 primaries.

134
jaunte  Feb 22, 2020 • 7:35:00am
135
Quoth the raven, Covfefe.  Feb 22, 2020 • 7:38:37am

re: #129 makeitstop

It’s unreal how these people feel entitled to threaten lives until they get caught.

Throw his unemployed, disabled, loud-mouthed ass in prison.

He has a constitutional right to speak, up until he says something that is dangerous or threatening to others. The freedom to swing my fist ends where someone else’s nose begins.

136
Ace-o-aces  Feb 22, 2020 • 7:52:13am
137
Belafon  Feb 22, 2020 • 7:55:42am

re: #134 jaunte

Yes, his tweets are policy.

138
Belafon  Feb 22, 2020 • 7:56:36am

re: #127 jaunte

That group isn’t as big as Sanders thinks if this is his plan.

139
Ace Rothstein  Feb 22, 2020 • 7:56:44am

re: #81 Ace-o-aces

That he paid for. With RNC money.

140
A Mom Anon  Feb 22, 2020 • 8:02:14am

re: #131 jaunte

Because he appeals to the dark side. He hates who they do. Promises them what they need and reinforces every bias and prejudice they hold. That’s why. That and there’s a “news organization” that has been telling them for decades that liberals are satanic, evil, baby killing pedophiles who will destroy everything they hold dear.

I really wish there was a way to sue FOX out of existence.

141
Belafon  Feb 22, 2020 • 8:04:21am

re: #123 jaunte

Vox had a piece from June 2019 that lists some specific policy differences, with an overall difference highlighted:

Which is why I’m in the Warren camp.

142
Joe Bacon 🌹  Feb 22, 2020 • 8:05:14am

re: #1 gocart mozart

[Embedded content]

143
GlutenFreeJesus  Feb 22, 2020 • 8:06:53am

re: #136 Ace-o-aces

In a few weeks we will be hearing from you-know-who that the stock indexes are in no way a measurement of the economy, in spite of him crowing about it for years.

144
Barefoot Grin  Feb 22, 2020 • 8:07:20am
145
jaunte  Feb 22, 2020 • 8:14:53am

re: #141 Belafon

I think most Americans wouldn’t agree with blowing the whole system up to see what happens.

146
jaunte  Feb 22, 2020 • 8:15:26am
147
mmmirele  Feb 22, 2020 • 8:27:00am

re: #136 Ace-o-aces

I have a feeling that the coronavirus is going to have more of an impact on the world economy than expected. It would help if we knew what the hell was going on in China.

148
Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Feb 22, 2020 • 8:29:27am

re: #147 mmmirele

I have a feeling that the coronavirus is going to have more of an impact on the world economy than expected. It would help if we knew what the hell was going on in China.

Global interdependence and increased dependence on Just-in-Time delivery with minimal warehousing and stockpiling of raw materials and spare parts is going to lead to bottlenecks and shortages of key materials…

149
Joe Bacon 🌹  Feb 22, 2020 • 8:34:39am

re: #94 Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))

I lost all faith in capitalism when the federal government bailed out Chrysler in 1979…by all rights, that company should have been allowed to fail, but nobody was about to take the political and social responsibility for it.

Reminder—they didn’t let Chrysler fail because they were manufacturing the Abrams tank. That’s the main reason for the bailout.

150
Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Feb 22, 2020 • 8:37:52am

re: #149 Joe Bacon 🌹

Reminder—they didn’t let Chrysler fail because they were manufacturing the Abrams tank. That’s the main reason for the bailout.

That part I missed out on.

I just assumed that nobody wanted to face the political consequences of letting the Free Market take its inexorable course an weed out inefficient actors so they could be replaced by more robust ones.

151
William Lewis  Feb 22, 2020 • 8:40:55am

re: #123 jaunte

Vox had a piece from June 2019 that lists some specific policy differences, with an overall difference highlighted:

It’s interesting in that I am ideologically closer to Bernie as I am a Marxist. That said, I far prefer Warren because I know that you can not ever trust anyone who says the word “Revolution”. Incremental progress - slowly, democratically, via education and programs that help the masses even if they don’t see it at first (Obamacare leading to single payer) are the real way to gain a better future.

152
Joe Bacon 🌹  Feb 22, 2020 • 8:41:23am

re: #100 Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))

Unbridled Passion
Stirrup my Desire
Champing at my Bits
Bonnie and Clydesdale
Appaloosa Morals

She didn’t write a book titled “Triggered”…

153
Belafon  Feb 22, 2020 • 8:41:48am

I agree with Anne Laurie on this:

For the record, I absolutely DO NOT think that Senator Sanders, after being briefed that Russia was attempting to interfere in his favor during the 2020 election, deliberately attempted to hide this information from the voters.

I think, just as he’s said he ‘disregarded’ the nagging chest pains prior to his heart attack, he put his head down and hoped the Russian news… would go away. At least until after the election. Because it just wasn’t a good time to deal with distractions, dammit!

Didn’t work to keep his heart muscle from dying; isn’t gonna work any better in the general election, even if he wins the Nevada caucuses.

I think Sanders is choosing to look the other way at anything that doesn’t help him win. The problem is that it’s short term thinking. Take the PACs supporting him. Where’s that money coming from? Won’t it be great if the Senate starts investigating him in September and October?

154
mmmirele  Feb 22, 2020 • 8:44:10am

re: #140 A Mom Anon

Because he appeals to the dark side. He hates who they do. Promises them what they need and reinforces every bias and prejudice they hold. That’s why. That and there’s a “news organization” that has been telling them for decades that liberals are satanic, evil, baby killing pedophiles who will destroy everything they hold dear.

I really wish there was a way to sue FOX out of existence.

I have to work in an office with Fox on a jumbotron all day long. I have to raise my desk up and wear a baseball cap, not just because I find it completely obnoxious, but because the flickering from the television channels (the other one is CNN) on the nice new metal ceiling is extremely distracting.

I am having to restrain myself because

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

Why am I getting that Apple 1984 commercial in my head?

1984 Apple’s Macintosh Commercial (HD)

155
Shiplord Kirel, Friend of Moose and Squirrel  Feb 22, 2020 • 8:45:50am

I remember reading about a breatharian quack who accumulated a lucrative following in the Bay area back in the 80s. He claimed he hadn’t eaten in five years, since his woo-woo allowed him to draw nourishment from thin air. Marin County hot tubbers were paying $500 a head to attend his seminars. The scam unraveled when he was busted eating a chicken pot pie.

156
William Lewis  Feb 22, 2020 • 8:47:31am

re: #149 Joe Bacon 🌹

Reminder—they didn’t let Chrysler fail because they were manufacturing the Abrams tank. That’s the main reason for the bailout.

Exactly. Of course the Army first forced Chrysler to form the Chrysler Defense subsidiary to protect their contract from any proceedings anyway. Chrysler then sold the Lima concession to GM in 1982 which has kept GM safe from bankruptcy ever since despite being even worse financial shape than 70’s Chrysler through till the Obama bailout.

157
Hecuba's daughter  Feb 22, 2020 • 8:54:08am

re: #122 Shropshire Slasher

I’m looking for articles that state the policy difference between Warren and Sanders that are written without a bias for either candidate. Any help would be appreciated.

If you look at foreign policy votes relating to Russia, Warren has voted with the standard Democratic line, while Bernie has usually either avoided the vote or voted with Putin’s desire. For example, on the June 2017 Senate vote, only Bernie and Rand Paul voted against the sanctions.

Bernie has made it clear he wants to get rid of billionaires — Warren merely wants to tax them.

158
Joe Bacon 🌹  Feb 22, 2020 • 9:03:46am

re: #129 makeitstop

[Embedded content]

It’s unreal how these people feel entitled to threaten lives until they get caught.

Throw his unemployed, disabled, loud-mouthed ass in prison.

Actions have consequences, Theresa!

Remember all those folks who threatened Dumbya and got tossed in jail, Theresa?

159
Belafon  Feb 22, 2020 • 9:03:54am

re: #155 Shiplord Kirel, Friend of Moose and Squirrel

I remember reading about a breatharian quack who accumulated a lucrative following in the Bay area back in the 80s. He claimed he hadn’t eaten in five years, since his woo-woo allowed him to draw nourishment from thin air. Marin County hot tubbers were paying $500 a head to attend his seminars. The scam unraveled when he was busted eating a chicken pot pie.

[Embedded content]

It sounds a lot like Famine from Good Omens.

160
Joe Bacon 🌹  Feb 22, 2020 • 9:11:28am

A reminder for those in Los Angeles County that Early Voting starts today. If you want to go to the polls instead of mailing a ballot. check the Voting Guide for a convenient location. Also if you want to use the new Poll Pass feature vote on your computer and print out the encrypted Poll Pass!

161
Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Feb 22, 2020 • 9:14:43am

re: #155 Shiplord Kirel, Friend of Moose and Squirrel

I remember reading about a breatharian quack who accumulated a lucrative following in the Bay area back in the 80s. He claimed he hadn’t eaten in five years, since his woo-woo allowed him to draw nourishment from thin air. Marin County hot tubbers were paying $500 a head to attend his seminars. The scam unraveled when he was busted eating a chicken pot pie.

This is another case of someone who could have tried to pull and Alex Jones and claim that it was all “performance art” - as no rational human being could be expected to take his claims seriously

162
Citizen K  Feb 22, 2020 • 9:16:07am

We truly are a nation of monsters, by monsters, for monsters.

The very fact that Stephen Miller could have gotten into a position to make his xenophobic dreams a reality proves that.

163
Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Feb 22, 2020 • 9:19:30am

re: #162 Citizen K

We truly are a nation of monsters, by monsters, for monsters.

The very fact that Stephen Miller could have gotten into a position to make his xenophobic dreams a reality proves that.

Just thinking of Goya’s quote: “The sleep of reason produces monsters.”

Our politics are proof of that…

164
mmmirele  Feb 22, 2020 • 9:20:10am

And people wonder why I don’t trust those who claim to be religious or operating out of religious motives.

L’Arche founder Jean Vanier sexually abused women - internal report

A religious leader who founded a celebrated organisation for people with learning difficulties sexually abused six women in France, an internal report says.

Canadian Jean Vanier set up the global network L’Arche in France in 1964 and died last year aged 90.

None of the women he abused were themselves disabled, the report says.

An investigation into Vanier was commissioned by L’Arche International last year after suspicions were raised.

More at the link: bbc.com

It’s said he didn’t abuse any of the intellectually disabled women in his care, but who can know?

165
FFL (GOP Delenda Est)  Feb 22, 2020 • 9:24:59am

re: #73 sagehen

In the1860’s-1870’s, Cornelius Vanderbilt was the richest man in America. After he died, his eldest son and heir was the richest man in America until he died. Gloria Vanderbilt (Cooper’s mom) became the richest child in the world when her father died in the 1930’s… but assorted aunts/uncles/cousins/trustees/guardians greatly diminished that fortune. By the time she came of age she was still heiress-rich, but not Getty-rich or Rockefeller-rich.

By the 1970’s-1980’s, Gloria’s money was almost entirely her own earnings from her jeans company. Anderson Cooper inherited a couple of million from mom, but most of his own $100 million net worth is because his CNN salary is in the 8 figures (has been for years), and he’s invested reasonably well.

One of the family’s 54-room mansion built in the late 1890s and located along the Hudson River is a national historic site at Hyde Park. You can tour it - but no photography. Great example of the Gilded Age. And the attached gardens are very nice to walk around in.
en.wikipedia.org

166
Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Feb 22, 2020 • 9:30:35am

re: #165 FFL (GOP Delenda Est)

In the1860’s-1870’s, Cornelius Vanderbilt was the richest man in America. After he died, his eldest son and heir was the richest man in America until he died. Gloria Vanderbilt (Cooper’s mom) became the richest child in the world when her father died in the 1930’s… but assorted aunts/uncles/cousins/trustees/guardians greatly diminished that fortune. By the time she came of age she was still heiress-rich, but not Getty-rich or Rockefeller-rich.

We have to protect our heirs and heiresses from social decline!

167
Backwoods_Sleuth  Feb 22, 2020 • 9:34:29am

moron

168
Backwoods_Sleuth  Feb 22, 2020 • 9:35:31am
169
PhillyPretzel  Feb 22, 2020 • 9:38:00am

re: #168 Backwoods_Sleuth

Go Sonia Go. :)

170
Hecuba's daughter  Feb 22, 2020 • 9:38:25am

So what’s going on with Iran and coronavirus? Why 5 deaths without anyone first being declared in critical condition? Are they covering up, lagging in their reporting, or overwhelmed?

171
Chrysicat  Feb 22, 2020 • 9:42:19am

re: #68 Chrysicat

[Embedded content]

Why do BernieBots always stay in ad hominem and tu quoque modes?

172
Backwoods_Sleuth  Feb 22, 2020 • 9:43:24am

pull my other finger

173
jaunte  Feb 22, 2020 • 9:46:07am
174
PhillyPretzel  Feb 22, 2020 • 9:47:22am

re: #173 jaunte

She is absolutely right.

175
Backwoods_Sleuth  Feb 22, 2020 • 9:47:35am
176
jaunte  Feb 22, 2020 • 9:48:36am
177
Backwoods_Sleuth  Feb 22, 2020 • 9:51:55am
178
Backwoods_Sleuth  Feb 22, 2020 • 9:54:57am
179
jaunte  Feb 22, 2020 • 9:59:24am

re: #178 Backwoods_Sleuth

“…The bailout was surprising for a few reasons, chief among them being comments by the Kushners’ previous partner that 666 Fifth “would be worth a lot more if it was just dirt,” plus the fact that the family had spent two years trying to get new partners or financing to no avail. Also, there was the matter of the Qatar Investment Authority being a major investor in the company, Brookfield Asset Management, and Kushner’s support of a Saudi- and U.A.E.-led blockade of Qatar. To some, it sure sounded like a foreign government was trying to influence policy by greasing the president’s son-in-law’s wheels!”
vanityfair.com

180
Backwoods_Sleuth  Feb 22, 2020 • 10:01:04am
181
jaunte  Feb 22, 2020 • 10:02:35am

What’s a little oopsie $1.4 billion bribe among friendly nations and nepotists.

182
Backwoods_Sleuth  Feb 22, 2020 • 10:07:33am
183
Backwoods_Sleuth  Feb 22, 2020 • 10:15:11am
184
Backwoods_Sleuth  Feb 22, 2020 • 10:16:11am
185
First As Tragedy, Then As Farce  Feb 22, 2020 • 10:17:26am

re: #177 Backwoods_Sleuth

Image: QwRtM1B.jpg

186
Shiplord Kirel, Friend of Moose and Squirrel  Feb 22, 2020 • 10:25:07am

re: #166 Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))

In the1860’s-1870’s, Cornelius Vanderbilt was the richest man in America. After he died, his eldest son and heir was the richest man in America until he died. Gloria Vanderbilt (Cooper’s mom) became the richest child in the world when her father died in the 1930’s… but assorted aunts/uncles/cousins/trustees/guardians greatly diminished that fortune. By the time she came of age she was still heiress-rich, but not Getty-rich or Rockefeller-rich.

We have to protect our heirs and heiresses from social decline!

Generational decay is a big part of the panic that empowers the Republican Party. We all know the local rich guy whose children turned out to be worthless. In the case of privileged Middle America, the hinterland gentry as I call it, this is aggravated by poor reproductive choices and bad child rearing practices, both of which are culturally ingrained.

187
PhillyPretzel  Feb 22, 2020 • 10:29:12am

I just got my snail mail and there was a letter from the City Commissioners Office. I will again be sitting on the Election Day Board. And surprise they again are offering $30 more in addition to our regular pay for attending a training class. The Primary in PA will be held on Tuesday April 28, 2020.

188
Eclectic Cyborg  Feb 22, 2020 • 10:34:05am

re: #183 Backwoods_Sleuth

Anyone with half a brain knew where this was going as soon as Kavanagh got confirmed.

189
Chrysicat  Feb 22, 2020 • 10:47:26am

Yes, we actually have a large portion of under-40s (including one of my favourite webcomic authors) saying that because their traits are similar enough to the stereotypical traits of slaves, even the ancestral species should never have been referred to as African.

There. Are. Not. Enough. Facepalms.

190
Joe Bacon 🌹  Feb 22, 2020 • 10:56:42am

re: #189 Chrysicat

The Stupid Never Stops.

191
A Mom Anon  Feb 22, 2020 • 10:59:08am

re: #189 Chrysicat

School curriculums have been dumbed down to the point of insanity. Schools where I am no longer teach geography, spelling or grammar. No learning to read a map, studying other countries, no understanding how to write so it makes sense and don’t even get me started on the cuts in history and sciences. My kid has been out of school since 2012, I’m scared to know how bad it is now.

I really think we should go back and try to get back to the way we educated people before this madness. Public schools at one time produced scientists and engineers that sent us to outer space and gave us modern medicine and technology. We sent kids to college ready for more advanced learning. We were doing something right then, why not again?

192
Joe Bacon 🌹  Feb 22, 2020 • 11:02:46am

re: #188 Eclectic Cyborg

Anyone with half a brain knew where this was going as soon as Kavanagh got confirmed.

Except Susan Collins…

193
Joe Bacon 🌹  Feb 22, 2020 • 11:05:48am

re: #191 A Mom Anon

School curriculums have been dumbed down to the point of insanity. Schools where I am no longer teach geography, spelling or grammar. No learning to read a map, studying other countries, no understanding how to write so it makes sense and don’t even get me started on the cuts in history and sciences. My kid has been out of school since 2012, I’m scared to know how bad it is now.

I really think we should go back and try to get back to the way we educated people before this madness. Public schools at one time produced scientists and engineers that sent us to outer space and gave us modern medicine and technology. We sent kids to college ready for more advanced learning. We were doing something right then, why not again?

50 years ago my high school only cared about winning football or basketball teams. The teachers didn’t care about anything else.

194
PhillyPretzel  Feb 22, 2020 • 11:11:06am

re: #193 Joe Bacon 🌹

Same here. Football was and probably still big at Northeast High School. In history If you got to WWI you had a good teacher. Politics I learned from my parents and I will admit I am still learning but I have a leg up being the Minority Inspector on Primary and Election Day.

195
sagehen  Feb 22, 2020 • 11:11:51am

re: #176 jaunte

Ahead of the caucus, Nevada Democrats announce that more than 10,000 Nevadans registered as Democrats during the early voting period. With 75,000 early voters, that means about 13.3% weren’t previously registered Democrats.

So how many of these New Democrats were previously non-voters, and how many are Republican ratfuckers?

196
A Mom Anon  Feb 22, 2020 • 11:22:34am

re: #193 Joe Bacon 🌹

I was lucky I guess. I went to an amazing high school. We had one whole building devoted to just science classes. We also had a football team and the obsession that goes with it, but we had a catalog of classes to choose from in every subject. American history alone was 5 different classes from first contact, thru manifest destiny, the world wars and up to Vietnam(I graduated in 1978). Before high school, the curriculum led us to the place we were ready for high school. I had German and French classes in 7 and 8th grades and a bunch of classes about writing and researching . We’re not investing nearly enough money in education now and we’re paying for it in ways far beyond money.

197
Belafon  Feb 22, 2020 • 11:23:01am

re: #191 A Mom Anon

School curriculums have been dumbed down to the point of insanity. Schools where I am no longer teach geography, spelling or grammar. No learning to read a map, studying other countries, no understanding how to write so it makes sense and don’t even get me started on the cuts in history and sciences. My kid has been out of school since 2012, I’m scared to know how bad it is now.

I really think we should go back and try to get back to the way we educated people before this madness. Public schools at one time produced scientists and engineers that sent us to outer space and gave us modern medicine and technology. We sent kids to college ready for more advanced learning. We were doing something right then, why not again?

What does that have to do with knowing that Africanized bees were an experiment done by humans?

198
A Mom Anon  Feb 22, 2020 • 11:23:59am

re: #197 Belafon
People don’t understand biology. Or history. Because it’s not being taught and hasn’t been for awhile.

I’ll go away now.

199
sagehen  Feb 22, 2020 • 11:29:25am

re: #191 A Mom Anon

I really think we should go back and try to get back to the way we educated people before this madness. Public schools at one time produced scientists and engineers that sent us to outer space and gave us modern medicine and technology. We sent kids to college ready for more advanced learning. We were doing something right then, why not again?

Because it was expensive.

The public schools I went to (California, before Prop 13) had 20-25 kids to a class, honors and AP courses in high school, gifted and talented programs in elementary school. We got new textbooks every 4 years. The science labs were well-supplied, as was the library. There was arts and athletics and field trips.

Prop 13 passed shortly after I graduated. My sister (7 grades behind me), by the time she got to the same high school, there was 35-40 kids to a class, textbooks were 9 years old, falling apart, and there weren’t enough of them to go around, the library hadn’t had a new shipment in years, there was no AP or honors classes. No bio, chem or physics labs, no art classes and no field trips. She ended up doing sophomore, junior and senior years at a private school where tuition was as high as the State Universities.

200
mmmirele  Feb 22, 2020 • 11:32:08am

re: #194 PhillyPretzel

Same here. Football was and probably still big at Northeast High School. In history If you got to WWI you had a good teacher. Politics I learned from my parents and I will admit I am still learning but I have a leg up being the Minority Inspector on Primary and Election Day.

I went to a public high school in suburban Houston in the 1970s. A lot of students went on to great universities. In fact, the current mayor of Houston, Sylvester Turner, graduated from my high school and went on to Harvard Law. (He was one of the ~4 percent of African Americans at Klein.) My world history teacher was also the girls high school basketball coach. Guess what I got to learn about in world history? Ancient aliens and Nazca lines. Seriously, it was dumb, dumb, dumb, dumb, dumb. And what was I reading outside of school? Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn’s “Gulag Archipelago.” I did most of my educating outside of school.

We have to remember that for a couple of decades 1950s, 1960s and into the 1970s, some school districts in the deep South either completely shut down or were abandoned by white students due to integration being a scary, scary thing. The kind of education you got was based on where you lived and who you lived among.

201
William Lewis  Feb 22, 2020 • 12:47:37pm

re: #27 Rightwingconspirator

Wheatdogg!?!

Just for him, a road to the unknown…


This article has been archived.
Comments are closed.

Jump to top

Create a PageThis is the LGF Pages posting bookmarklet. To use it, drag this button to your browser's bookmark bar, and title it 'LGF Pages' (or whatever you like). Then browse to a site you want to post, select some text on the page to use for a quote, click the bookmarklet, and the Pages posting window will appear with the title, text, and any embedded video or audio files already filled in, ready to go.
Or... you can just click this button to open the Pages posting window right away.
Last updated: 2016-01-01 10:29 am PST
LGF User's Guide RSS Feeds Tweet

Help support Little Green Footballs!

Subscribe now for ad-free access!Register and sign in to a free LGF account before subscribing, and your ad-free access will be automatically enabled.

Donate with
PayPal
Square Cash Shop at amazon
as an LGF Associate!
Recent PagesClick to refresh
The Cuomo Brothers Versus the President: What a Show! - Bedlam Farm This is a great read. Money quote: Governor Andrew Cuomo of New York seems to understand something that no other politician or political candidate up against President Trump has yet grasped. You can’t fight a Reality TV Presidency with ...
thecommodore
20 minutes ago
Views: 41 • Comments: 0 • Rating: 0
Tweets: 1 • Share to Facebook
Thanks to Bookshop, Indies Stand a Chance Against Amazon - InsideHook Independent bookstores around the country have a particularly clever lifeline, one perfectly suited to the unprecedented moment we find ourselves in. The strange part? It came into being just weeks before the World Health Organization declared the coronavirus outbreak ...
Thanos
6 hours, 59 minutes ago
Views: 98 • Comments: 0 • Rating: 0
Tweets: 1 • Share to Facebook
Bésame Mucho (In French) - Avalon Jazz Band "Bésame Mucho" is a song written in 1940 by Mexican songwriter Consuelo Velázquez. It was also Tatiana's grandmother's favorite song! vocals - Tatiana Eva-Marieviolin - Gabe Terraccianoguitar - Vinny Raniolobass - Wallace Stelzer Shot at the Keep in Brooklyn ...
Thanos
11 hours, 49 minutes ago
Views: 151 • Comments: 0 • Rating: 0
Tweets: 1 • Share to Facebook
Portugal. The Man - ‘Created’ (Video by Roger Fishman) Our friend Roger Fishman is an environmental photographer who travels the world taking pictures and videos of landscapes. The images are incredibly striking and beautiful. All the images are as is and not treated to make them look this way. It ...
Thanos
12 hours, 2 minutes ago
Views: 128 • Comments: 0 • Rating: 0
Tweets: 1 • Share to Facebook
Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit - Only Children Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit - Only Children · Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit Only Children ℗ 2020 Southeastern Records marketed and distributed by Thirty Tigers Released on: 2020-03-27 Producer: ...
Thanos
12 hours, 6 minutes ago
Views: 133 • Comments: 0 • Rating: 0
Tweets: 0 • Share to Facebook
Portugal. The Man - ‘Lovely Day’ ( Bill Withers Cover) We did a cover of “Lovely Day”, we know it pales in comparison to the original but there is something special that happens when you learn how to play your favorite songs. We grew up listening to AM radio ...
Thanos
12 hours, 32 minutes ago
Views: 135 • Comments: 0 • Rating: 0
Tweets: 1 • Share to Facebook
Conor Matthews - BalloonsStream/download "Balloons": conormatthews.lnk.to instagram.comtwitter.comfacebook.com
Thanos
2 days, 2 hours ago
Views: 259 • Comments: 0 • Rating: 0
Tweets: 0 • Share to Facebook
Orville Peck - Summertime (Official Video) Official video for "Summertime" by Orville Peck. Listen & Download “Summertime” by Orville Peck out now: orvillepeck.lnk.to Amazon - orvillepeck.lnk.toApple Music - orvillepeck.lnk.toiTunes - orvillepeck.lnk.toSpotify - orvillepeck.lnk.toYouTube Music - orvillepeck.lnk.to Follow Orville PeckFacebook - facebook.comInstagram - instagram.comTwitter - @orvillepeck ...
Thanos
2 days, 6 hours ago
Views: 283 • Comments: 0 • Rating: 0
Tweets: 1 • Share to Facebook
The Magnetic Fields - Kraftwerk in a Blackout (Official Video) The Magnetic Fields' "Kraftwerk in a Blackout," from 'Quickies,' due in May on Nonesuch Records. Pre-order 'Quickies' to download the track now: smarturl.it Video by Robert Edridge-Waks 'Quickies,' a five 7" vinyl box set, is twenty-eight new short songs ...
Thanos
4 days, 7 hours ago
Views: 520 • Comments: 0 • Rating: 0
Tweets: 1 • Share to Facebook
#Thegreatpoolpondconversion - 200329First we'd like to lodge a complaint: Since the day we laid the liner (3/1/20), it hasn't rained once. Now to business. Since our design does not include a filter, we need to give the whole system a head start. ...
I Don’t Take Responsibility At All (dangerman)
5 days, 7 hours ago
Views: 446 • Comments: 0 • Rating: 1
Tweets: 0 • Share to Facebook