badger commented on the blog post The Meta-Photoshopping Dead Breitbart Meta-Postmodern Thingy
All my love to LHH and all of the other troll5 under the bridge. Claiming to be a Gen-Xer doe5n’t get any 5lack from me. My daughter i5 one and 5he at lea5t know5 that irony i5n’t a ferrou5 metal.
And another thing, I vote for #Five.
badger commented on the blog post Bill O’Reilly Is Done With Paying For Sex, You Hear? Done!
Additional things that I shouldn’t have to pay insurance for that other people do: smoking, drinking, driving fast, living in flood plains, using $1500 blenders, and … Having kids.
This test was too much for me. I had to end my year of lurking and register. I scored a 63 (my age!). If I watched TV at all, I would have scored higher. Murray’s bubble can just go POP. I’m not even on his scale.
I grew up in near poverty on a small (now-extinct) Wisconsin family dairy farm. My mother was an Okie right out of Grapes of Wrath. Working class neighborhoods were where the rich city kids lived, whose parents worked at the now-closed GM plant. Scholarships to college were the escape from that life for my siblings and me.
Baseballcomputer programming has been very, very good to me.
I’m an example of the American dream – poverty to “upper middle class.” My college was paid for with “socialist” government scholarships. I have no qualms about paying my taxes and I am sickened by the unabashed greed of the Repugnican Party. The American dream will soon be distant memory, just like the GM plant, the small family farm, and my retirement fund.
Murray is the idiot in the cast iron bubble.
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