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  • perris commented on the blog post How thoroughly and completed unexpected

    2014-11-24 06:13:45View | Delete

    out to pay the world a hello, see all later

  • perris commented on the blog post How thoroughly and completed unexpected

    2014-11-24 06:13:15View | Delete

    I do have to wonder thought, even when gasoline was less then a quarter I asked my friends, “how many dinosuers could there have possibly been, we have to run out of this stuff soon”

    but here we are making more of it then ever, at the same time as using more of it then ever

  • perris commented on the blog post How thoroughly and completed unexpected

    2014-11-24 06:11:45View | Delete

    I remember growing up finding a station with 23 cent gas, it was on my way to college, that was when stations actually competed for business.

    Now the station has very little to say about the price of petro, see stations with a far lower rent then others charging the same price, it looks to me like the suppliers set the price, with a couple of pennies to play with

  • perris commented on the blog post How thoroughly and completed unexpected

    2014-11-24 06:07:41View | Delete

    happens quite a bit, but the bar is always raised, I remember when everyone was shouting about 3 dollar gas, (and dollar gas but that’s too far back), now 3 dollar gas looks like the sweet spot to the consumer

    we need to go alternative, that will really lower the prices for ever, of course petro will literally kill to prevent wind, solar, mechanical (road generators) power

  • perris commented on the blog post How thoroughly and completed unexpected

    2014-11-24 04:20:42View | Delete

    On the other hand, it does guarantee perpetual war and unending military expenditure. Which is probably clearly the point.

    almost got it right attaturk, but no worries, I got your back

  • perris commented on the blog post The Nuclear Option Catch-22 for Republicans

    2014-11-22 13:25:48View | Delete

    I would be fine with a vote for vote in the senate, however only if there were a vote for vote in the potus election.

  • perris commented on the blog post The Nuclear Option Catch-22 for Republicans

    2014-11-22 13:22:28View | Delete

    it’s going to be SO much fun when a “liberal judge” on the scotus retires, SO MUCH FUN, we will BEG for the likes of roberts and alito when they are done with their up or down vote, WE WILL BE BEGGING for the roberts and alitos

  • perris commented on the blog post The Nuclear Option Catch-22 for Republicans

    2014-11-22 13:20:25View | Delete

    What goes around comes around.

    I wish what comes around goes around, it does not, otherwise reagans damage would have been undone, bush’s father’s damage would have been undone, and bush the lesser would have been undone

    here’s the way that saying should read;

    “what goes around stays there, if it’s bad, then comes back some more later on”

  • perris commented on the blog post The Nuclear Option Catch-22 for Republicans

    2014-11-22 13:16:37View | Delete

    I think I was among those who thought the nuclear option was a big mistake, I said, there will come a time when we are not a majority in either house and watch the damage done.

    Most liberals said the nuclear option never benefits liberals.

    I guess we are about to find out, so much damage has already been done to our country, I fear it will seem as nothing by the time they are done

  • perris commented on the blog post Burying My Father Who Was One of My Biggest Fans

    2014-11-19 03:10:44View | Delete

    A really moving tribute Keven, thanks for this. sorry I didn’t read this while it was on the main board.

    I am compelled to share with you something I wrote when I lost my father.

    How do you say goodbye to the first man who said hello?

    You don’t

    You Never really say goodbye to your dad, he is there with you, you see his smile, hear his voice, weigh his advice. You keep him in your heart and you move on, and you celebrate the gift he gave to you, and the gift you will leave to others, the gift of being your dad.

  • perris commented on the blog post Makers and Takers

    2014-11-04 07:48:00View | Delete

    Makers and Takers

    point of fact and a pet piece, contrary to right wing talking points, the makers are the laborers, not the profit makers, and conversely as obvious, the profit makers are the takers.

    so as usual, right wing uses their own liability to claim a high ground that is the antithesis of their position

  • perris commented on the blog post Was NSA Head Insider Trading?

    2014-10-23 09:18:10View | Delete

    Was NSA Head Insider Trading?

    if he wasn’t, somoene was

    I remeber saying back when we first disccovered the “programs” (and there are more then one programs), that we were going about the debate using the wrong perspective;

    I was imploring progressives to use “they are stealing from us and THAT’S why we cannot allow warrantless infiltration of our private information’

    I KNEW there would be stealingand here we are

  • perris commented on the blog post For Conservatives it is all About Fox News

    2014-10-21 09:41:47View | Delete

    I’ve taken to beginning every “debate” with a person who gets their info from fox with;

    You know fox is owned and directed by that foreign fat corporate fat cat murdoch right?

    puts them right on the defensive.

    I remember a good friend of mine asked me my opinion about a wsj article, I began with “Chad, I don’t understand why you keep referencing sources owned by murdoch, if it’s in his publication you can’t rely on it”

    I then went and showed him the same article written by the ap, what a world of difference in perspective on the same story

  • perris commented on the blog post State Dept Says I Shouldn’t Write This!

    2014-10-20 13:31:04View | Delete

    Thanks for staying true Peter, and being strong.

    I know some of the people Bush hired in Iraq actually did mean well, you being one of those with integrity, but the Bush administration never meant well, he wanted to take Iraq even before he became president, and they knew they were making up lies to get us into war, and they knew they were going to give the petro assets to their pals in big oil, the Bush administration never meant well.I

  • perris commented on the blog post Americans are Way too Worried About Ebola

    2014-10-14 10:39:05View | Delete

    just looked it up, rummy owns a piece of gilead pharmacy, who own tamflu. wich is licensed to roche

    I wonder if they have a stake in the vaccine

  • perris commented on the blog post Americans are Way too Worried About Ebola

    2014-10-14 10:29:48View | Delete

    Seem to remember a while back, rumsfeld ad a piece of of one of the vaccine companyies, I wonder if e as a piece of hte ebola vaccine

  • man oh man, I have got to use that factoid, it’s incredible, you should try to get that out to the actual progressives who are in office

  • could you give me a link?
    I would love to have that amo at the ready when I am in discussion with a person addicted to the station that writes wrestling scripts and makes believe it’s news

  • well, most of the dems are now corporate bought as well, those that might not be are not as informed about it as you are

  • Sumner knows all the newspapermen in the country– or better
    yet, he’s buddies with Horace Greeley

    latter day murdoch!!

    I have begun to begin any argument I am habving with a faux news addict;

    “well, if you are using any source owned by murdoch you have no factual ground to stand on”

    “try to find a source that agrees with you, not owned by murdoch, then you might have an actual fact”

    works pretty good lately

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