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  • trbdave commented on the blog post Crazy Mama

    2013-01-31 09:38:50View | Delete

    Something like that scenerio would never happen!

    How about we recruit The Yes Men for testimony trolling?

  • Got B’s instead of A’s on the report card?
    Recieve an AK-47 in the face!
    Another responsible gun owners.

    ps: When I attended gun training class, rule #1- always treat a gun as if it is loaded. Rule #2- make sure a gun is unloaded before handling. Rule #3- see rule #1.
    pps: I needed to pass the course to get a hunting licence. Bird hunting. With a shotgun.

  • trbdave commented on the blog post Nate Silver Is The Lovechild of Harry Potter & Hari Seldon

    2012-11-05 10:27:15View | Delete

    I take umbrage at that comment. Hai Seldon was not a scientist, he was a mathmetician. Hari Seldon is not a fictional character. I use that nom de plume as my internet alias.

    First time I’ve ever seen it on a political/satire blog.
    WOO! WOO!

  • trbdave commented on the blog post Josh, We Hardly Knew Ye…

    2012-08-25 07:13:07View | Delete

    Reminds me of an old Russian joke:

    The US & USSR* had a car race.
    After the race, the Soviet press reported success! The Soviet car finished in second place, & the US car finished second-to-last!

    *- I said it was an old joke.

  • trbdave commented on the blog post The Young And The Methless

    2012-07-26 14:18:13View | Delete

    There is evidence that genetics is involved with people diagnosed with BPD- Borderline Personality Disorder.
    Bristol has been displaying some of the classic symptoms.

    A pervasive pattern of instability of interpersonal relationships, self-image and affects, as well as marked impulsivity, beginning by early adulthood and present in a variety of contexts, as indicated by five (or more) of the following:
    1.Frantic efforts to avoid real or imagined abandonment. Note: Do not include suicidal or self-injuring behavior covered in Criterion 5
    2.A pattern of unstable and intense interpersonal relationships characterized by alternating between extremes of idealization and devaluation.
    3.Identity disturbance: markedly and persistently unstable self-image or sense of self.
    4.Impulsivity in at least two areas that are potentially self-damaging (e.g., promiscuous sex, excessive spending, eating disorders, binge eating, substance abuse, reckless driving). Note: Do not include suicidal or self-injuring behavior covered in Criterion 5
    5.Recurrent suicidal behavior, gestures, threats or self-injuring behavior such as cutting, interfering with the healing of scars or picking at oneself (excoriation) .
    6.Affective instability due to a marked reactivity of mood (e.g., intense episodic dysphoria, irritability or anxiety usually lasting a few hours and only rarely more than a few days).
    7.Chronic feelings of emptiness
    8.Inappropriate anger or difficulty controlling anger (e.g., frequent displays of temper, constant anger, recurrent physical fights).
    9.Transient, stress-related paranoid ideation, delusions or severe dissociative symptoms

    I do not watch her show. I do not follow her life. But even just hearing the bits & pieces about her, she qualifies for at least five of the symptoms. I feel sorry for her children (don’t worry folks, there’s no way she will stop at one).

  • trbdave commented on the blog post Kansas About To Become 40% More Hellholish

    2012-07-19 08:31:45View | Delete

    Since I don’t live in Kansas:

    Wingnuts say their policies haven’t worked because they weren’t tried hard enough. I say use Kansas as an experiment & let them go whole hog!

  • Birthirism is simply the racist brain refusing the reality that America elected a black president. They have to make up a reason why Obama is not really our preznit.
    Wingnuts are excellent at twisting their brains (both cells) into pretzels.

  • trbdave commented on the blog post Seasons Change And So Did I, You Need Not Wonder Why

    2012-04-05 06:25:12View | Delete

    So, what do you all think about the story of Fox News’ Heather Childers night life? Y’know, the one that said she loves BBC gangbangs?
    I don’t know if this is true or not, I’m just asking for your thoughts.
    “Would it be irresponsible to speculate? I think it would be irresponsible not to.”
    Mickey Kaus still blows goats.

  • I agree that The Rude Pundit writes some good in-your-face articles. But the commenters (as a whole) on Sadly, No! are about the best I’ve read for coffee-spewing snark. And since snark, sarcasm, & good humor is something the rightwingers just don’t comprehend, sites like Tbogg, Sadly, No!, & Jesus General contain the eeevul that represents profressives.

  • isseitfx is a lying newbie. Anyone that has spent more than two minutes on the intertubes knows that the people at Sadly, No! are the most hateful, vile, and disgusting collection of warped, deluded, duplicitous, morally, and ethically sick sociopaths on the net.
    Go there & have fun!

    Also. Too.
    I am aware of all internet traditions

  • Santorum goes “poof” when the sphincter muscles relax…

  • trbdave commented on the blog post War On Women: The Cartooning (updated)

    2012-03-14 11:26:31View | Delete

    Concern troll greybeard is concerned. Since he has shown that in his universe half the population doesn’t count, I have a polite message for him – Go suck Santorum & STFU.

  • trbdave commented on the blog post Sex, Lies, and Videotaped Depositions

    2012-03-14 07:19:52View | Delete

    In a better world, a state attorney-general would arrest all Catholic bishops in their state, & charge them under the RICO act.

    From wiki: “Although some of the RICO predicate acts are extortion and blackmail, one of the most successful applications of the RICO laws has been the ability to indict or sanction individuals for their behavior and actions committed against witnesses and victims in alleged retaliation or retribution for cooperating with federal law enforcement or intelligence agencies.”
    “RICO could be alleged if it can be shown that lawyers and/or their clients conspired and collaborated to concoct fictitious legal complaints solely in retribution and retaliation for themselves having been brought before the courts.”


  • trbdave commented on the blog post Tucker Carlson’s Adventures In Deep Throating

    2012-02-14 11:33:33View | Delete

    That speculation was started when Tucker was spotted leaving Mickey Kaus’s personal “physical training” room. Multiple times. Wiping his chin.

  • trbdave commented on the blog post The Conservative War On Christmas And The Baby Jesus

    2011-12-13 15:32:05View | Delete

    The only history book they think is valid, is the bible. And they don’t even read that! If you go by the signs, & what people were doing at the time of baby jesus birth, the BIBLE says he was born during the fall – mid September.
    Also, too-
    The bible tells people what holidays to celebrate in god’s name. Christmas is NOT on the to-do list. Jesus birthday celebrated as a Christian holiday did not start until around 300 years after he died.

  • trbdave commented on the blog post So, In Conclusion, The Koch Bros Are Not As Bad As Dick Cancer

    2011-10-24 09:53:08View | Delete

    The example I always remember is the airlines. Most commercial airline deaths are caused by asphyxiation, not crashes. All the plastics are highly toxic when burning. There is a chemical that can be added to jet fuel that will let the fuel burn only when under pressure. So if a fuel tank is ruptured, the jet fuel will not ignite. The only problem is that is costs a penny per gallon of fuel. The airline industry calculated that it would be cheaper to pay off the wrongful-death lawsuits than it would be to add the chemical. Fuckers.
    And so it goes.

    Hey! Anyone remember why the towers fell? The jet fuel burning at a high temperature caused the structural steel to weaken.

  • trbdave commented on the blog post I’m The One I Want To Be

    2011-10-21 16:13:54View | Delete

    In Kevvy’s game, there are 36 combinations. A 4-3 is so totally different than a 3-4.

  • trbdave commented on the blog post Rita Diller Hates Healthy Women, Contraception, Children…

    2011-10-20 11:23:06View | Delete

    The problem is that it takes at least two rational people to have a rational debate!

    Also, too. Isn’t god a mass-murderer? I hear that about 1/3 of the fertilized eggs (aka proto-amurikans) don’t implant in the uterine wall. Why does god hate babies?

  • trbdave commented on the blog post Wait? Did I Say That Out Loud? Oh ….. Crap.

    2011-10-19 08:30:51View | Delete

    1- He fired them NOT because they hired illegals, but because he is “running for office”.

    2- I agree that when a contracting company is used, you shouldn’t be held responsibile for their hireing practices. Unless that one company is half the cost of everybody else. It’s a red flag that they are using illegals. That’s like buying a Rolex for $50 on the street, & whining to the arresting cop, “I didn’t know it was stolen!”

  • trbdave commented on the blog post Grifted & Lifted

    2011-10-10 14:40:40View | Delete

    You know you’re good when The Daily Show rips off your jokes!

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