• Jay in Oregon commented on the blog post Tim Pawlenty Has Finally Found Someone He Can Beat

    2013-08-12 11:42:47View | Delete

    Because nothing demonstrates your manliness quite like beating up a mentally-ill older lady.

    Sorry, I got that wrong; nothing demonstrates your manliness quite like getting your ass kicked by a mentally-ill older lady.

  • Jay in Oregon commented on the blog post Calling All Apple Nerds

    2013-04-17 11:43:07View | Delete

    Dammit, tried to edit my comment and it blew up. I hope that’s readable.

  • Jay in Oregon commented on the blog post Calling All Apple Nerds

    2013-04-17 11:41:04View | Delete

    She might have something that is holding onto an old password and trying to log in; after 2 or 3 incorrect attempts, Apple will lock the account and refer you to the password reset site. All of the recent versions of Mac OS X and iOS should pop up a password dialog. It’s possible that someone may be trying to guess her password, for some reason.

    Depending on what version of Mac OS X she has (10.7.5 or later), I’d check all of the following:

    * iCloud preference pane in System Preferences
    * Mail, Contacts and Calendars in System Preferences
    * iTunes (log out of the store and back in)

    On the iPhone, look at:
    * The Settings app: iCloud, iTunes and App Stores
    * Same goes for any other iOS devices

  • Jay in Oregon commented on the blog post Honey, I’m Homo

    2013-03-15 12:33:15View | Delete

    [You] should see how quickly they embrace abortion as a God-given right the moment their daughter announces that she has been knocked up.

    Meh, they don’t even have to go that far; they’ll just be flat-out hypocritical about it. See “The Only Moral Abortion is My Abortion.”


  • Jay in Oregon commented on the blog post Grifting Towards Bethlehem

    2013-03-12 10:40:48View | Delete

    And the year that Track immaculately knocked up his girlfriend (then wife, now ex-wife)

    This really should not surprise me, but it does. Well, kinda.

    Ah, it was mentioned in the news around Dec. 14; I wonder what else was going on that could have distracted from news of such national importance…?

  • Jay in Oregon commented on the blog post The End Of Sarah Palin As We Never Wanted To Know Her

    2013-01-25 16:11:20View | Delete

    the GOP boner boys are going to be be hard-pressed to figure out a way to fap to Dennis Kucinich.

    Just make sure Elizabeth is in the frame with him. Done and done.

  • Jay in Oregon commented on the blog post Elections Have Consequences

    2012-10-26 14:59:13View | Delete

    American exceptionalism!

    Except it’s not. I’m pretty sure there are plenty of places where old people have to keep working if they want to eat or have a place to live.

  • Jay in Oregon commented on the blog post Elections Have Consequences

    2012-10-26 14:33:06View | Delete

    I’ve been extremely fortunate to be employed continuously since I had minor heart surgery, about 4 years ago.

    It occurred to me a month or two ago that, under these bold, courageous plans to fuck poor sick people over, that I will probably be unable to purchase my own coverage if the current/pre-ACA model stands—even though it was a minor condition that will most likely never occur again.

    And if Ryan’s Vouchercare plan gets rammed through, I can probably kiss coverage away if I reach retirement age, to boot.

  • Seriously, Oregon going to Rmoney?

    I laughed at that.

    Granted, this is the home of the Oregon Citizens Alliance of yore, but if Oregon is going red this year, I’ll eat my hat.

    And I will be doing my patriotic duty this weekend. (Filling out my ballot, that is; not punching Dean Chambers in the nutsack.)

  • Jay in Oregon commented on the blog post Sodom & Gobama

    2012-10-26 08:32:38View | Delete

    yes, so breezy about the actual brutality of the crime of rape, yet ever so concerned and helpful with how the victims handle the consequences.

    As long as it’s not their daughter or granddaughter, that is.

    If it’s their precious darling girl then she goes and “spends the holidays with an aunt” or goes off to camp for the summer until the problem magically goes away.

  • Jay in Oregon commented on the blog post Sodom & Gobama

    2012-10-26 08:17:36View | Delete

    The thing is, if you piece their statements together, it becomes quite clear that they don’t believe that “legitimate rape” happens all that often.

    * Tom Smith equates his daughter having sex before marriage with being raped.
    * Roger Rivard says that “some girls rape easy”; taken in context, it’s even worse because he thinks that women who have sex that they regret later simply lie and say they were raped.
    * Todd Akin thinks that a women who’s raped can’t get pregnant because her body has ways of “shutting that whole thing down.”
    * Paul Ryan says that an exception for abortion in the case of rape is “a loophole wide enough to drive a Mack truck through it”.

    They think that women who get pregnant from being raped are just dirty lyin’ sluts who accuse nice young men of rape so they can get their easy abortions.

  • Jay in Oregon commented on the blog post Sodom & Gobama

    2012-10-26 07:29:23View | Delete

    So has anyone asked these moral scolds how they feel about Republicans having a national dialogue re: classifying which types of rape are acceptable and/or God’s will?

    Because they can go fuck themselves until they weigh in on that.

  • Jay in Oregon commented on the blog post Underpants Hippies

    2012-10-21 07:53:16View | Delete

    Someone’s taking their politial manifesto from old Richard Pryor films.

  • With that guy’s fixation on gay oral sex and shacking up with other men, I’m forced to wonder if he doesn’t have a different kind of “R train” he’s hoping to hop on, if you know what I mean.

  • Holy crap. I could barely get through the first LINE.

    And it gets worse.

    TBogg, I hate you.

  • I don’t understand why someone would risk ruining their professional credibility by appearing on a show with Rick Santorum, Michelle Malkin, and Ann Coulter.

  • Why was I programmed to feel pain?

  • Jay in Oregon commented on the blog post Paul Ryan Is Really Cheesed Off Right Now

    2012-09-25 10:34:41View | Delete

    If you can’t get it right, it is time to get out.

    …unless we’re talking about trickle-down economics and tax cuts for “job creators”, in which case FULL STEAM AHEAD!

    FFS. He’s taking a disastrous attempt at union-busting and trying to make it about the national debt? What a fucking tool.

  • Jay in Oregon commented on the blog post The Bank Dick

    2012-08-09 09:35:03View | Delete

    This really pisses me off; I like Planet Money.

    I stopped listening at one point because I had other things on my plate and never got around to getting caught up, but I still have some of their podcast episodes saved on my computer. I didn’t hear the Elizabeth Warren interview but I heard about it; I thought Davidson’s excuse was pretty weak but it never occurred to me that there may have been ulterior motives. Blah.

  • Jay in Oregon commented on the blog post Worse Than Sarah Palin

    2012-07-27 04:51:48View | Delete

    Now he’s saying that he will probably not watch Ann’s horse compete – that he doesn’t even know when it’s happening.

    It’s better than that. In the Brian Williams piece, he didn’t appear to even know the name of the person who would be riding Ann’s horse (or gender, for that matter).

    This is a person whom Ann Romney presumably has probably had lots of contact with, especially in the months leading up to the Olympics. To me, it’s like not knowing the name of your kid’s Little League coach.

    All he had to say is “This is really my wife’s passion, and I’m as proud as I can be that she and $RIDER_NAME get to compete in the Olympics. I mean, it’s the Olympics, for Petee’s sake! They’ve worked really hard and deserve all of the credit.” But he fucked that up, because he has to distance himself from that fruity horse ballet shit.

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