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  • perris commented on the diary post “Imagine Living in a Socialist USA!” Rehabilitating a Forbidden Word by Deena Stryker.

    2014-07-27 16:42:14View | Delete

    the fox wrestling station

    the term I now use when I am “discussing” an issue with someone who gets their info from faux, I tell them “you are listening to a wrestling script”

    tee hee, pisses them off

  • perris commented on the diary post “Imagine Living in a Socialist USA!” Rehabilitating a Forbidden Word by Deena Stryker.

    2014-07-27 16:40:28View | Delete

    great stuff here, quite coincidentally, I had the very same conversation with my stock broker brother in law, who insisted he “hated socialism” To which I pointed out, he would not have water or electricity to his house without socialism, nor the fire dept, the police dept, nor the school he sent his kids, he [...]

  • Fish don’t discover water. I want to say, the reason you can’t see the Corporate bias is you’re soaking in it!

    BRILLIANT!I will use that analogy meself

  • I’d like to elaborate on my own post;

    Each and every time I have an actual discussion or debate regarding issues these “conservatives” are SURE they fall on the side of the fox narative, when I tell them the actual “other side” rather then the “corporate other side” as told by msnbc, cnn, etc, they have invariably agreed with my position, however, they never the real information that will make a case against issues the fox propaganda machine wants them to form

  • little late to the thread

    My “conservative friends” tell me “You have no representation” exactly because I inform them “all corporate owned media is corporate funded with a corporate agenda”, they don’t get it, when they ask me “is msnbc liberal” I tell them “compared to fox they are liberal, however they are have a corporate agenda which makes them conservative”

    it’e a hard sell, some people actually believe fox is “fair and ballanced” so they refuse believoing msnbc is actually toward the righ

  • perris commented on the diary post Saturday Archaeology: Digging the Mayans in Stages by Ruth Calvo.

    2014-07-19 16:11:46View | Delete

    I was the only passenger this a.m.,

    now that’s luck, one of the most enjoyable posts ever,thanks for the info

  • perris commented on the blog post FDL Movie Night: The American Brew

    2014-07-07 18:21:14View | Delete

    have to head to bed, where I will wake up in a few minutes cause my bod wants the beer to leave once I lay down for bed

    GNIGHT

  • perris commented on the blog post FDL Movie Night: The American Brew

    2014-07-07 18:19:56View | Delete

    I must admit, I LOVE the cider beers being promoted today, the apple, black cherry, it’s like desert

  • perris commented on the blog post FDL Movie Night: The American Brew

    2014-07-07 18:17:48View | Delete

    They were running out of beer (and other essentials) and had to make for land

    well, when you are out of beer what is there to do but go on a beer run?

  • perris commented on the blog post FDL Movie Night: The American Brew

    2014-07-07 18:16:39View | Delete

    I remember growing up watching the three pretzel beer commercial that sponsored the yankees, I believe that was balentine, when you’re having more then one

  • perris commented on the blog post FDL Movie Night: The American Brew

    2014-07-07 18:14:29View | Delete

    interesting the purpose of beer was to have clean hydration, I believe the reason there is no real american cuisine is that we never had a famine, cuisine being established to preserve food during lean years

  • perris commented on the blog post FDL Movie Night: The American Brew

    2014-07-07 18:11:13View | Delete

    Despite Prohibition, beer continued to be brewed (Al Capone had breweries in Chicago), but spirits, which were less bulky, were easier to transport.

    and thus, the kennedy empire was born

  • perris commented on the blog post Funny how all that works

    2014-07-07 03:58:11View | Delete

    The GOP also knows this as “their base”, their gullible, gullible base.

    would love to see some democrats using that line publicly

  • perris commented on the diary post 1776: A Good Thing or Not? Reflections on the American Revolution by stewartm.

    2014-07-05 20:21:17View | Delete

    I always had a feeling there was another side to the story, I posted on a forum that had mostly british contributers, how the story of US independence is taught in their country, never got a complete answer though, thanls for this post

  • perris commented on the diary post Pull Up a Chair: Fictional Fathers by Elliott.

    2014-06-14 05:25:23View | Delete

    got to run, see all later

  • perris commented on the diary post Pull Up a Chair: Fictional Fathers by Elliott.

    2014-06-14 05:23:34View | Delete

    The part of the story that “curls my hair” is his avoidance of the draft and his eagerness to send other young men and women

    this is a feater of most of the right wing bat war monguers it’s the main reason we should not have a volunteer army, make certain everyone father’s kid serves and [...]

  • perris commented on the diary post Pull Up a Chair: Fictional Fathers by Elliott.

    2014-06-14 05:21:12View | Delete

    brilliant I must say!

    in this case, I will leave it for guessing who I meant

  • perris commented on the diary post Pull Up a Chair: Fictional Fathers by Elliott.

    2014-06-14 05:19:48View | Delete

    not so odd, they wrote those dad’s to be perfect, who is perfect on this planet ‘cept for jane?

  • perris commented on the diary post Pull Up a Chair: Fictional Fathers by Elliott.

    2014-06-14 05:17:27View | Delete

    found his quote;

    “History will ultimately judge the decisions that were made for Iraq and I’m just not going to be around to see the final verdict,” the two-term president told CNN in a wide-ranging interview.

    ass wipe

  • perris commented on the diary post Pull Up a Chair: Fictional Fathers by Elliott.

    2014-06-14 05:14:35View | Delete

    oh, but according to him, he says “I will be gone by the time history vindicates me in Iraq” so it doesn’t affect his conscience at all what happens while he’s alive

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