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Here’s the beginning of a New York Times article:

Postelection Harassment, Case by Case
By CAITLIN DICKERSON NOV. 23, 2016

An image that María Sanchez posted on Twitter of the “wall” that a friend built in her dorm room. Credit María Sanchez

Vandalism, offensive jokes, even criminal assault — reports of bias-based harassment have spiked since Donald J. Trump’s victory in the presidential race. Few of the perpetrators have been caught, but here is a look at five cases in which people have been directly accused. Some apologized. One denied being responsible. Another said his actions had been misconstrued.

It Started With a Joke

When Isabel Manu started sending her classmate María Sanchez internet memes that mocked Mr. Trump’s plans to crack down on immigration, Ms. Sanchez, whose parents had come to the United States illegally from Mexico, tried to shake it off: “It was just a little funny, like ha, O.K., awkward funny.”

Ms. Manu tried to turn up the humor after Mr. Trump was elected president. She failed.

Using clothing and shoes, she built a wall in Ms. Sanchez’s dorm room at Lindenwood University in St. Charles, Mo., and left a note saying, “Trump won so here is a little preview of what’s to come.”

Tearful and disturbed, Ms. Sanchez posted a photograph on Twitter that was shared more than 50,000 times. “I was angry,” she said. “I threw the stuff, and I tore the paper.”

Screenshot 2016-11-26 16.07.50

Ms. Sanchez, along with campus security officers, confronted Ms. Manu, who appeared shocked that the gag had backfired. Ms. Manu declined to be interviewed. Ms. Sanchez speculated that online humor around presidential politics had led her friend to think of the election, and what was at stake, as a joke.

Ms. Sanchez said that Ms. Manu had apologized, and the two are working on reconciling. “A friendship is not all love,” Ms. Sanchez said. “There are going to be horrible things that are going to happen. We have to move on and grow from this.”

What kind of Nazi name is “Isabel Manu” anyway? Must be some skinny blue eyed blonde who hates all Women of Color.

Oh, wait

Screenshot 2016-11-26 16.10.08

I’m guessing Izzy Manu is a hearty Polynesian who likes practical jokes.

 
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  1. Strikes me as pretty funny.

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    Same here.

    It also reminds me of a classic children's book, about two sisters sharing a bedroom: http://www.worldcat.org/title/this-room-is-mine/oclc/922216
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  2. Big Bill says:

    Would have been funnier with a few dozen little green plastic army men guarding the border.

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    • Agree: unit472
    • Replies: @pyrrhus
    How about some little plastic machine guns and land mines? Now THAT would have been hilarious....
  3. Manu is often a short form of Manusamoa/Manu Samoa, which was the name of a Samoan warrior and naturally indicates Samoan ancestry. cf. Manusamoa Tuilagi, Somoan born Rugby Union player who has established residency and plays internationally for England.

    Furthering iSteve’s hunch, Izzy is likely a big, jolly Samoan.

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    • Replies: @Dennis Dale
    I like her. So here we have the grim, paranoid diversity stifling the cheerful, humorous diversity. Party on, Current Year.
    , @Olorin
    Jolly now, but we'll see how long that lasts.

    In hereabouts parts of Pugetopolis, Samoans are known for getting into fights, causing crashes in street racing, domestic abuse, and things like this, sent to me last year from friends in the state capital:

    http://www.theolympian.com/news/local/crime/article49772960.html

    Local extremely orderly Filipinos of my acquaintance whisper that gang activity among the Samoans in their neighborhoods is high...as among LA Samoans in general, IIRC, particularly when they and other Polynesians (esp. Tongans, I'm told) get all turfy n sheeit.

    Don't I recall that somewhere in LA (Long Beach?) the Samoan population is over 1%, and there's about two dozen constantly splintering gangs importing their motherland's gun and drug activity?

    And was there not some Samoan Flag Day in LA where a gunman opened fire and took out some kids and women before he was taken down by rent-a-cops hired for the event?

  4. anon says: • Disclaimer

    Women’s Rugby?

    I guess they got it in places like Lindenwood University in St. Charles, Mo

    It is unranked in US News since they filed incorrect data and got suspended.

    But they are the 16th ranked college in Missouri according to the Web something or other rankings.

    I shouldn’t be such a skeptic, since they seem to kick some ass as a college power. They are 11-1.

    http://www.lindenwoodlionssls.com/schedule.aspx?path=wrugby&

    Meanwhile, the real problem is Isabel is the female equivalent of a Lacrosse player. I’d be afraid of Isabel.

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  5. Marty says:

    You campus cops, whoever you are: you’re a joke.

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    • Replies: @Just some f'ing cop
    I have 12 years left at my blue-state police department and my highest hope is to retire before being directed to violate the Constitution. And I've got a little money set aside to pay for the two-day suspension I'm inevitably going to get for refusing to take a report on a hate (non) crime.
  6. Oh the humanity. Not only was that a vicious hate crime, but I can see how Donald Trump bears direct responsibility for any and all stupid jokes that 20 year old kids play on their friends. I heard that the rise of Hitler caused a big increase in “pantsing” incidents in and around Munich. History is repeating itself.

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    • LOL: Forbes
    • Replies: @Forbes
    Wait until students start short-sheeting their roommate's bed. Oh the humanity!
  7. JerryC says:

    Q. How many anti-Trump adult babies does it take to screw in a lightbulb?

    A. That’s not funny!

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    • Replies: @slumber_j

    Q. How many anti-Trump adult babies does it take to screw in a lightbulb?

    A. That’s not funny!
     
    Alternatively:

    A. You're under arrest.
  8. I thought, oh for sure, Steve just showed the most insignificant case and there must be more harrowing acts in the article…nope!

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  9. dearieme says:

    At least they’ve not noticed yet that Trump assassinated Castro.

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    • Replies: @bomag
    I thought the same thing. Trump is so good, just his election has spurred the CIA to finally reach their goal.
    , @dr kill
    Is there anything Trump can't do? If his luck holds all is possible. I'm pretty sure Castro croaked soon as he heard Trump was upending the sweet Obamadealio. Wait till Donald saves Mexico and Venezuela from themselves.
    , @JimB
    "At least they’ve not noticed yet that Trump assassinated Castro."

    Never use a Trump Collection Signature golf ball from a box with a serial number that ends in 88. They explode when you strike them.
  10. Langley says:

    Maui the trickster is part of the creation myth of Hawaii.
    Hawaiians are famous for accepting strangers (when they did not eat them), and playing jokes (these two are not necessarily incompatible).

    We lived with many different groups in Hawaii for years by noticing differences and teasing about them. It was a way of accepting each others peculiarities.

    Hawaii had a tradition of great ethnic humorists.

    Kent Bowman:

    https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=k+k+kaumanua&qpvt=k+k+kaumanua&view=detail&mid=A63E0C62F6C033899EC9A63E0C62F6C033899EC9&FORM=VRDGAR

    Booba Booga:

    https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=Booga+Booga&&view=detail&mid=017D89DFF93400FC0D6B017D89DFF93400FC0D6B&FORM=VRDGAR

    The incomparable Rap Replinger:

    https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=rap+reiplinger+room+service&&view=detail&mid=10AE6DEBBA6AE58CFB6010AE6DEBBA6AE58CFB60&FORM=VRDGAR

    https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=rap+reiplinger+room+service&&view=detail&mid=3717914533C748405DF03717914533C748405DF0&rvsmid=10AE6DEBBA6AE58CFB6010AE6DEBBA6AE58CFB60&fsscr=0&FORM=VDFSRV

    https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=fate+yanagi&&view=detail&mid=50A88B51734B8D2B289F50A88B51734B8D2B289F&FORM=VRDGAR

    It was not taboo to make fun of different groups until the 1990′s. Not even Popolos (what you call Blacks) were immune.

    Andy Bumatai had a great storty from the 1970′s about a Black approaching a Filipina girl at a disco.

    Black guy: – Hey babe, want to dance?
    Filipina girl – I don’t dance with Popolos.
    Black guy – Pro Polo?!?! I don’t even like horses.

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    • Replies: @ben tillman

    Maui the trickster is part of the creation myth of Hawaii.
    Hawaiians are famous for accepting strangers (when they did not eat them), and playing jokes (these two are not necessarily incompatible).
     
    I know it was Samoa, not Hawai'i, but they hoaxed the hell out of Margaret Mead and, thanks to her, all the rest of us.
    , @wren
    And don't forget to mention Maui's tragic death in a prank gone wrong:

    http://daverytellsblog.blogspot.com/2005/06/mauis-squishy-demise.html

    Also, don't forget Frank Delima. His whole shtick is racial.

    https://youtu.be/ra3y-JpG47w

    , @Steve Sailer
    I believe in the late 1970s there was a WSJ feature article on how Pacific Islanders like to play practical jokes on earnest anthropologists, including making up ridiculous ceremonies.
  11. Jefferson says:

    “Vandalism, offensive jokes, even criminal assault — reports of bias-based harassment have spiked since Donald J. Trump’s victory in the presidential race. Few of the perpetrators have been caught,”

    The vast majority have not been caught because they were all hate hoaxes. The few that have been caught were anti-Trump people physically assaulting pro-Trump people and the mainstream media never blame Crooked Hildabeast for these attacks.

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  12. CCZ says:

    Yes, rugby!

    2013 Girls National High School Rugby Championship All-Tournament Team

    http://lifelawrugby.blogspot.com/2013_05_01_archive.html

    USA Junior All-American Coach Danielle Miller attended the National Girls High School Rugby Championships and awarded medals to all the Girls High School National Championship All Tournament Team.

    Division 2
    Isabel Manu – Fullerton

    http://www.goffrugbyreport.com/news/danville-brings-fullerton-trophy-norcal

    3/17/2015

    There were several All Americans selected to the 15-person team. Fullerton had three girls on the squad: 16-year-old terror Isabel Manu

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    • Replies: @Ganderson
    "Where can I go to get my jeans embroidered in Fullerton?"

    "At Jeans North, where nothing fits"

    , @Michelle
    So, Manu is a jock!! That explains everything!
  13. Sadly the number of hate hoaxes and jokes taken 100% seriously will spiral out of control by our “aggrieved” victim class these next eight years. Haven Monahan, toy borders, and poop swastikas will be anywhere and everywhere.

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    • Replies: @Jefferson
    "Sadly the number of hate hoaxes and jokes taken 100% seriously will spiral out of control by our “aggrieved” victim class these next eight years. Haven Monahan, toy borders, and poop swastikas will be anywhere and everywhere."

    If a person has to stage a hate hoax, that person has never experienced real racism in their entire life.

  14. Dave Pinsen says: • Website
    @Stephen R. Diamond
    Strikes me as pretty funny.

    Same here.

    It also reminds me of a classic children’s book, about two sisters sharing a bedroom: http://www.worldcat.org/title/this-room-is-mine/oclc/922216

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    • Replies: @ben tillman

    It also reminds me of a classic children’s book, about two sisters sharing a bedroom: http://www.worldcat.org/title/this-room-is-mine/oclc/922216
     
    Don't forget that episode of The Brady Bunch:

    http://www.bionicdisco.com/2012/09/05/brady-bunch-moments-bedroom-battle/
  15. Forbes says:

    The curse of the progressive-left, where everything is political, and about politics. And it’s all hold-your-breath-serious. No joking here! This act is getting very old.

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    • Replies: @bomag

    Tearful and disturbed, Ms. Sanchez posted a photograph on Twitter...
     
    The new normal.
    , @dr kill
    What really drives the Proggies crazy is the certain knowledge that someone someplace is having fun. So have fun!
  16. Forbes says:
    @JimboHarambe
    Oh the humanity. Not only was that a vicious hate crime, but I can see how Donald Trump bears direct responsibility for any and all stupid jokes that 20 year old kids play on their friends. I heard that the rise of Hitler caused a big increase in "pantsing" incidents in and around Munich. History is repeating itself.

    Wait until students start short-sheeting their roommate’s bed. Oh the humanity!

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  17. Anonymous says: • Disclaimer

    “Ms. Sanchez, along with campus security officers, confronted Ms. Manu”

    What an asshole. It’s one thing to cry wolf on Twitter, it’s completely another to call police on your roommate – no matter how offended by a joke you are.

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    • Replies: @Almost Missouri
    Can we deport Maria Sanchez for felonious humorlessness? Maybe Attorney General Sessions can make this a priority befitting a top level NYT Hate Crime.
    , @fish
    Whoa, whoa, whoa........it's cool!

    Isabel has her "Get Out of Jail Free Suit" on.......I understand she wears it all the time!

    Now if "Bitzi Anderson" had sent that they'd be collecting wood for the bonfire!
    , @Neoconned
    I don't understand......what were they going to do?

    Charge her with what? Disorderly conduct? Harassment?
  18. anon says: • Disclaimer

    We have a lot of Polynesians in Australia. They do very well. They tend to go into sports or work blue-collar jobs. They don’t have any chips on their shoulders about not becoming lawyers or doctors. They tend to be pretty happy with their lives.

    They do tend to violence more than non-Polynesians, but they usually regret it afterwards and understand that what they did was wrong. It’s usually at the big parties they hold that stupid quarrels break out, and everyone makes up shortly afterwards.

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  19. Anon says: • Disclaimer

    What an asshole. It’s one thing to cry wolf on Twitter, it’s completely another to call police on your roommate – no matter how offended by a joke you are.

    Samoans can be quite lovable… until they’re not. Women included. I wouldn’t be too confrontational with a Samoan woman without a police backup myself.
    Things can go south very quickly. Just sayin’.

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    • Replies: @Jefferson
    "Samoans can be quite lovable… until they’re not. Women included. I wouldn’t be too confrontational with a Samoan woman without a police backup myself.
    Things can go south very quickly. Just sayin’."

    I always said if I was a very wealthy famous celebrity I would hire Pacific Islanders as my bodyguards.
    , @Anonymous

    Samoans can be quite lovable… until they’re not. Women included. I wouldn’t be too confrontational with a Samoan woman without a police backup myself.
    Things can go south very quickly. Just sayin’.
     
    I learned this from watching Dog the Bounty Hunter. His bounty-hunting business is based in Hawaii.
  20. Corn says:

    The vast majority have not been caught because they were all hate hoaxes. The few that have been caught were anti-Trump people physically assaulting pro-Trump people and the mainstream media never blame Crooked Hildabeast for these attacks.

    Hoaxes indeed. Funny how all these swastikas are popping up in New York City, college campuses and the recollections of Facebook posters. Damn few swastikas to be seen in Alabama, small towns in the Midwest or other Trumpian strongholds.

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  21. dfordoom says: • Website

    Wow, Isabel Manu looks just like Haven Monahan’s sister. And the surnames Manu and Monahan are eerily similar. The NYT should investigate this!

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  22. OT: In the meantime, Jill Stein (I suspect prompted by Soros and the Clintons) is challenging the elections in MI, PA and WI. Why? No election recount has ever moved the results by anywhere close to Trump’s margins. Well, there is the matter of time.

    http://www.jsonline.com/story/news/politics/elections/2016/11/25/recount-would-have-move-quickly/94417686/

    The losers can simply run out the clock apparently. And if those state results are not certified, the state loses the votes according to this article. And now this is starting to make sense. How else do you explain Stein waiting until the last possible second to file? And in each of those three states?

    Of course if no one has 270, which would happen if those state results are not certified, it goes to the House – and presumably they will vote Trump but is Ryan a “compromise”? How many “Hillary won the popular vote” stories will we see? And even if the short game fails, the long game will be to discredit the electoral college and push for an amendment. At the very least, the Left causes a Constitutional crisis and weakens Trump.

    They are that horrible.

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    • Agree: reiner Tor
    • Replies: @Corn
    WRT the recount, Jill Stein tweeted the following:
    "Why would Hillary Clinton—who conceded the election to Donald Trump—want #Recount2016? You cannot be on-again, off-again about democracy."

    Stein starts the recount, then criticizes Hillary for joining in/sending lawyers. Check out Stein's twitter: She's insane.
    , @Anonym
    I don’t see how they achieve anything with a GOP house, senate, exec.

    Soros is acting like an obstinate, senile old man. A recount will be as effective as his BLM machinations that helped pave the way to a Trump presidency. I bet Soros has major ass kissing yes men for advisors. Maybe they make money from this sort of stuff.

    , @GOUSAAMER114
    You're 100% right. They are trying to cause a Constitutional Crisis. Of course Soros and the Clinton lawyers have been studying this for the past two weeks.

    Want to hear something interesting? Just today, Trump down to 94 cents in betting market for President. HRC up 3 cents to 6. Paul Ryan up from 0 to 2. The betting guys always get it first.

    These are evil, evil people we are fighting against
    , @Random Dude on the Internet
    To put on my tinfoil hat, the goal is not to see Hillary get elected but to stoke the fires of illegitimacy among the left and non-whites who are low information voters. Soros wants his color revolution here in the United States and he wants the change agents (read: useful idiots) to be bitter leftists and non-whites who bravely hashtag #notmypresident on their Trump tweets.

    The powers that be behind this know that it won't change the results. However if they keep stoking the anti-Trump fires, they're hoping that they can push just far enough to try to get Trump to step down voluntarily and heck, maybe even push for a nullification of the Constitution so they can write a brand new one that embraces a left wing globalist country.

    The recounts won't go anywhere and Trump will still have his victory but that's not the point. This is going to be the next eight years where Trump will have to deal with this. The only way he can stop it is to investigate Soros or investigate a lot of these shady NGOs. Soros is one of those guys who wants to work in the shadows and if he gets too much attention, he will likely be spooked and run off. Sadly his children are just as bad as he is so Trump can't just hope Soros dies of old age, it's going to require a real investigation into his organizations entirely. Naturally the left will scream bloody murder but who cares given what they're pushing to see done.

    It is unlikely there is much involvement from the DNC on this. We see reports that they are curious but that is natural since these people are hypothetically on their side. However the DNC absolutely does not want the public to know how the sausage gets made so to speak when it comes to urban voting. The DNC would rather accept defeat and push a new non-white savior in 2020 rather than risk looking bad in front of the public, which this recount is definitely going to do even if they publicly disavow it. The public will eventually grow tired, if they haven't already, of these sore losers. 2018 has a lot of vulnerable Democrat seats on the line and if the DNC is known to be instigating riots and longshot recounts, the GOP can likely expand during the midterms.

    Long story short, it's going to be an entertaining debacle but an insight for how the next eight years is going to play out. Trump, Bannon, and Sessions can't waver.
    , @Mr. Anon
    It is puzzling why Stein would start a recount that can only help Hillary Clinton. Didn't Stein say that Hillary was liable to start WW III?

    Also, as Zerohedge has pointed out, the amount of money that Stein is asking for to fund the recount keeps climbing - from $ 2.5 million to $ 4.5 million to $ 7 million. Something nefarious is afoot here.

    OT: Australia stops donating to the Clinton Foundation, and Norway slashes its donations by 87%, which raises the questions: 1.) why are governments contributing to the Clinton Foundation in the first place, and 2.) Why are they not contributing to it now?

    Australia Cuts Clinton Foundation Donations To $0
    , @Cwhatfuture
    Why is Stein doing this? Hoping to throw the country into chaos is what she prays for. And Stein knows the House is not putting in Hillary. She doesn't care. This is about creating a crisis, riots, a collapsing dollar and stock market. At the very least, she believes you would get a weakened Trump but even better, a weakened country. This is a woman who lauded Castro.
  23. Langley says:

    At the bottom of the same NYT article it is revealed that the only physical attack was on a Trump supporter by an “anti-bullying activist”:

    “An Altercation With a Trump Supporter

    Shacara McLaurin, a singer and anti-bullying activist in New York, said that she was walking home after a performance last week when she passed a political protest, and an elderly man who supported Mr. Trump began to heckle her. After a physical altercation in which the man fell to the ground, Ms. McLaurin, 23, was charged with assault and harassment.

    She said that the man had thrown himself onto the ground and appeared to be drunk, and that she had lost her day job as a home health aide because of the episode. She also said that since the incident, she has been attacked on social media.

    “Why should it have to come to the point where we are threatening each other and threatening each other’s lives over a presidential election?” she asked.”

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    As we all know, the elderly make a practice of throwing themselves to the ground.
  24. Corn says:
    @Cwhatfuture
    OT: In the meantime, Jill Stein (I suspect prompted by Soros and the Clintons) is challenging the elections in MI, PA and WI. Why? No election recount has ever moved the results by anywhere close to Trump's margins. Well, there is the matter of time.

    http://www.jsonline.com/story/news/politics/elections/2016/11/25/recount-would-have-move-quickly/94417686/

    The losers can simply run out the clock apparently. And if those state results are not certified, the state loses the votes according to this article. And now this is starting to make sense. How else do you explain Stein waiting until the last possible second to file? And in each of those three states?

    Of course if no one has 270, which would happen if those state results are not certified, it goes to the House - and presumably they will vote Trump but is Ryan a "compromise"? How many "Hillary won the popular vote" stories will we see? And even if the short game fails, the long game will be to discredit the electoral college and push for an amendment. At the very least, the Left causes a Constitutional crisis and weakens Trump.

    They are that horrible.

    WRT the recount, Jill Stein tweeted the following:
    “Why would Hillary Clinton—who conceded the election to Donald Trump—want #Recount2016? You cannot be on-again, off-again about democracy.”

    Stein starts the recount, then criticizes Hillary for joining in/sending lawyers. Check out Stein’s twitter: She’s insane.

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    • Replies: @5371
    Dr. Jill Stein is crazy like a fox. It's a scam, and she's in it purely for the $.
    , @Francis G.
    I suspect Stein is trying to deliver a coup de grace to the mortally wounded Democratic Party and position the Green Party as the only, true opposition party to the Republicans. If there's one thing I've learned from being around Greenies for many years, it's that they yearn more than anything to be taken seriously as a national political party and they hate the Democrats far more than they hate the Republicans. (Remember that Stein urged her supporters in swing states to vote for Trump in order to keep Hillary the insane warmonger out of the White House.)
  25. Anonym says:
    @Cwhatfuture
    OT: In the meantime, Jill Stein (I suspect prompted by Soros and the Clintons) is challenging the elections in MI, PA and WI. Why? No election recount has ever moved the results by anywhere close to Trump's margins. Well, there is the matter of time.

    http://www.jsonline.com/story/news/politics/elections/2016/11/25/recount-would-have-move-quickly/94417686/

    The losers can simply run out the clock apparently. And if those state results are not certified, the state loses the votes according to this article. And now this is starting to make sense. How else do you explain Stein waiting until the last possible second to file? And in each of those three states?

    Of course if no one has 270, which would happen if those state results are not certified, it goes to the House - and presumably they will vote Trump but is Ryan a "compromise"? How many "Hillary won the popular vote" stories will we see? And even if the short game fails, the long game will be to discredit the electoral college and push for an amendment. At the very least, the Left causes a Constitutional crisis and weakens Trump.

    They are that horrible.

    I don’t see how they achieve anything with a GOP house, senate, exec.

    Soros is acting like an obstinate, senile old man. A recount will be as effective as his BLM machinations that helped pave the way to a Trump presidency. I bet Soros has major ass kissing yes men for advisors. Maybe they make money from this sort of stuff.

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  26. @Cwhatfuture
    OT: In the meantime, Jill Stein (I suspect prompted by Soros and the Clintons) is challenging the elections in MI, PA and WI. Why? No election recount has ever moved the results by anywhere close to Trump's margins. Well, there is the matter of time.

    http://www.jsonline.com/story/news/politics/elections/2016/11/25/recount-would-have-move-quickly/94417686/

    The losers can simply run out the clock apparently. And if those state results are not certified, the state loses the votes according to this article. And now this is starting to make sense. How else do you explain Stein waiting until the last possible second to file? And in each of those three states?

    Of course if no one has 270, which would happen if those state results are not certified, it goes to the House - and presumably they will vote Trump but is Ryan a "compromise"? How many "Hillary won the popular vote" stories will we see? And even if the short game fails, the long game will be to discredit the electoral college and push for an amendment. At the very least, the Left causes a Constitutional crisis and weakens Trump.

    They are that horrible.

    You’re 100% right. They are trying to cause a Constitutional Crisis. Of course Soros and the Clinton lawyers have been studying this for the past two weeks.

    Want to hear something interesting? Just today, Trump down to 94 cents in betting market for President. HRC up 3 cents to 6. Paul Ryan up from 0 to 2. The betting guys always get it first.

    These are evil, evil people we are fighting against

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    • Replies: @Brutusale

    The betting guys always get it first.
     
    Like the geniuses at Paddy Power who paid off the Hillary bettors a month before the election because she was a shoo-in?
    , @EdwardM
    This is interesting -- do you have a source on the internet for this? I searched cursorily and couldn't any links to post-election betting odds.
  27. Speaking of “hate crimes,” what about those mosques receiving letters advocating Nazi exterterminationism for Muslims? The FBI is investigating. Frankly, why? People don’t have the right to advocate awful things any more?

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    • Replies: @SFG
    Arguably, sent directly to a mosque, it then becomes a direct threat.
  28. As Steve has pointed out in other contetexts, we’re running out of white people to buffer the conflicts between minorities.

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    • Replies: @CCZ
    As in “fight between Somali Muslim & African Americans turns into violent brawl at Minnesota school”

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BHM3R6ZRnQU

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YTb6mP62g0U&t=34s
    , @Grumpy
    Along the same lines, another story from Minnesota...

    Asian grocers hired illegal aliens from south of the border, mistreated them, and threatened to turn them in to the feds if they complained.


    The lawsuit accuses Che Ku and Leng Ku, described as owners of Star Ocean Food and several Sun Foods grocery stores in the Twin Cities, of mistreating workers. The 37-page complaint alleges that employees were locked in stores and a warehouse beyond their regular shifts until work was done, belittled and harassed, and underpaid for their work.
     
    Here's the weird twist:

    Although the workers are in the country illegally and unauthorized to work in the United States, they may be eligible to stay if granted visas that are given to people who are victims of a crime. The Labor Department’s findings are the first step in obtaining such visas, their attorney, Phil Fishman, said.
     
    http://www.startribune.com/grocery-workers-lawsuit-alleges-mistreatment-threats-of-deportation/403035826/
  29. TBA says:

    After Brexit there was reported a surge of hate crimes, but the examples given were very lame. One was that someone had yelled at a Finnish woman, “Love your accent!”

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    One was that someone had yelled at a Finnish woman, “Love your accent!”
     
    This is how it starts. #anuddahshoa
  30. She is a bad person. She should be ashamed that she is the beneficiary of a crime (two crimes, actually). Instead, she seeks to persecute the victims. Why isn’t that “post-election harassment”?

    Right. It’s the NYT. All the propaganda that fits in print.

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  31. Whiskey says: • Website

    I assume the big money people behind Clinton who bet big on her, and will lose out big with Trump, are funding this fiasco. And a fiasco it will be. Hillary will either run out the clock and thus throw everything to the House where Cuck Ryan will hand it to her; or “find” mysteriously new votes and throw out Trump’s because of Putin. Or something.

    Either way, not a Constitutional Crisis but a Hot Civil War that has been brewing for not decades but centuries between Good Whites (aka the neo-Puritans, the descendants culturally of Calvinists), and Bad Whites (everyone not a Puritan in culture). Anti-White stuff is part and parcel of this neo-Calvinism; as they see themselves as a tiny spark of light in a sea of dark wickedness. Thus any and everything is justified. [Parenthetically, this sea of wickedness only applies to Whites. Non-Whites are assumed to be innately good and magical.]

    Its more than just the money; the deep seated religious beliefs that are as much cultural and genetic as anything else matter most; in that sense the Roundheads vs. Cavaliers wars never really ended.

    Observe:

    Obsession with “purity” of ideology or culture?
    See themselves beset by a sea of wickedness and betrayed by Judas figures inside at every turn?
    Advocate killings for ideological or cultural deviation while being nice to animals and women and the environment?
    Biggest enemies other Whites who don’t hold to their ideology and culture?
    Constant hunts for cultural and ideological betrayals by anyone, and policing of same?

    These are all of course familiar to anyone with a passing knowledge of the NSDAP.

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  32. @Dave Pinsen
    Same here.

    It also reminds me of a classic children's book, about two sisters sharing a bedroom: http://www.worldcat.org/title/this-room-is-mine/oclc/922216

    It also reminds me of a classic children’s book, about two sisters sharing a bedroom: http://www.worldcat.org/title/this-room-is-mine/oclc/922216

    Don’t forget that episode of The Brady Bunch:

    http://www.bionicdisco.com/2012/09/05/brady-bunch-moments-bedroom-battle/

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    • Replies: @AKAHorace
    Well we can't afford to take chances in the war on racism. Have them both shot.
  33. @Langley
    Maui the trickster is part of the creation myth of Hawaii.
    Hawaiians are famous for accepting strangers (when they did not eat them), and playing jokes (these two are not necessarily incompatible).

    We lived with many different groups in Hawaii for years by noticing differences and teasing about them. It was a way of accepting each others peculiarities.

    Hawaii had a tradition of great ethnic humorists.

    Kent Bowman:
    https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=k+k+kaumanua&qpvt=k+k+kaumanua&view=detail&mid=A63E0C62F6C033899EC9A63E0C62F6C033899EC9&FORM=VRDGAR

    Booba Booga:
    https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=Booga+Booga&&view=detail&mid=017D89DFF93400FC0D6B017D89DFF93400FC0D6B&FORM=VRDGAR

    The incomparable Rap Replinger:
    https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=rap+reiplinger+room+service&&view=detail&mid=10AE6DEBBA6AE58CFB6010AE6DEBBA6AE58CFB60&FORM=VRDGAR

    https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=rap+reiplinger+room+service&&view=detail&mid=3717914533C748405DF03717914533C748405DF0&rvsmid=10AE6DEBBA6AE58CFB6010AE6DEBBA6AE58CFB60&fsscr=0&FORM=VDFSRV

    https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=fate+yanagi&&view=detail&mid=50A88B51734B8D2B289F50A88B51734B8D2B289F&FORM=VRDGAR

    It was not taboo to make fun of different groups until the 1990's. Not even Popolos (what you call Blacks) were immune.

    Andy Bumatai had a great storty from the 1970's about a Black approaching a Filipina girl at a disco.

    Black guy: - Hey babe, want to dance?
    Filipina girl - I don't dance with Popolos.
    Black guy - Pro Polo?!?! I don't even like horses.

    Maui the trickster is part of the creation myth of Hawaii.
    Hawaiians are famous for accepting strangers (when they did not eat them), and playing jokes (these two are not necessarily incompatible).

    I know it was Samoa, not Hawai’i, but they hoaxed the hell out of Margaret Mead and, thanks to her, all the rest of us.

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  34. @Cwhatfuture
    OT: In the meantime, Jill Stein (I suspect prompted by Soros and the Clintons) is challenging the elections in MI, PA and WI. Why? No election recount has ever moved the results by anywhere close to Trump's margins. Well, there is the matter of time.

    http://www.jsonline.com/story/news/politics/elections/2016/11/25/recount-would-have-move-quickly/94417686/

    The losers can simply run out the clock apparently. And if those state results are not certified, the state loses the votes according to this article. And now this is starting to make sense. How else do you explain Stein waiting until the last possible second to file? And in each of those three states?

    Of course if no one has 270, which would happen if those state results are not certified, it goes to the House - and presumably they will vote Trump but is Ryan a "compromise"? How many "Hillary won the popular vote" stories will we see? And even if the short game fails, the long game will be to discredit the electoral college and push for an amendment. At the very least, the Left causes a Constitutional crisis and weakens Trump.

    They are that horrible.

    To put on my tinfoil hat, the goal is not to see Hillary get elected but to stoke the fires of illegitimacy among the left and non-whites who are low information voters. Soros wants his color revolution here in the United States and he wants the change agents (read: useful idiots) to be bitter leftists and non-whites who bravely hashtag #notmypresident on their Trump tweets.

    The powers that be behind this know that it won’t change the results. However if they keep stoking the anti-Trump fires, they’re hoping that they can push just far enough to try to get Trump to step down voluntarily and heck, maybe even push for a nullification of the Constitution so they can write a brand new one that embraces a left wing globalist country.

    The recounts won’t go anywhere and Trump will still have his victory but that’s not the point. This is going to be the next eight years where Trump will have to deal with this. The only way he can stop it is to investigate Soros or investigate a lot of these shady NGOs. Soros is one of those guys who wants to work in the shadows and if he gets too much attention, he will likely be spooked and run off. Sadly his children are just as bad as he is so Trump can’t just hope Soros dies of old age, it’s going to require a real investigation into his organizations entirely. Naturally the left will scream bloody murder but who cares given what they’re pushing to see done.

    It is unlikely there is much involvement from the DNC on this. We see reports that they are curious but that is natural since these people are hypothetically on their side. However the DNC absolutely does not want the public to know how the sausage gets made so to speak when it comes to urban voting. The DNC would rather accept defeat and push a new non-white savior in 2020 rather than risk looking bad in front of the public, which this recount is definitely going to do even if they publicly disavow it. The public will eventually grow tired, if they haven’t already, of these sore losers. 2018 has a lot of vulnerable Democrat seats on the line and if the DNC is known to be instigating riots and longshot recounts, the GOP can likely expand during the midterms.

    Long story short, it’s going to be an entertaining debacle but an insight for how the next eight years is going to play out. Trump, Bannon, and Sessions can’t waver.

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  35. Mr. Anon says:

    Meanwhile:

    Electoral College Voters Deluged With Death Threats

    Is this all part of that “when they go low, we go high” that Hillary and Michelle were talking about?

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  36. Mr. Anon says:
    @Cwhatfuture
    OT: In the meantime, Jill Stein (I suspect prompted by Soros and the Clintons) is challenging the elections in MI, PA and WI. Why? No election recount has ever moved the results by anywhere close to Trump's margins. Well, there is the matter of time.

    http://www.jsonline.com/story/news/politics/elections/2016/11/25/recount-would-have-move-quickly/94417686/

    The losers can simply run out the clock apparently. And if those state results are not certified, the state loses the votes according to this article. And now this is starting to make sense. How else do you explain Stein waiting until the last possible second to file? And in each of those three states?

    Of course if no one has 270, which would happen if those state results are not certified, it goes to the House - and presumably they will vote Trump but is Ryan a "compromise"? How many "Hillary won the popular vote" stories will we see? And even if the short game fails, the long game will be to discredit the electoral college and push for an amendment. At the very least, the Left causes a Constitutional crisis and weakens Trump.

    They are that horrible.

    It is puzzling why Stein would start a recount that can only help Hillary Clinton. Didn’t Stein say that Hillary was liable to start WW III?

    Also, as Zerohedge has pointed out, the amount of money that Stein is asking for to fund the recount keeps climbing – from $ 2.5 million to $ 4.5 million to $ 7 million. Something nefarious is afoot here.

    OT: Australia stops donating to the Clinton Foundation, and Norway slashes its donations by 87%, which raises the questions: 1.) why are governments contributing to the Clinton Foundation in the first place, and 2.) Why are they not contributing to it now?

    Australia Cuts Clinton Foundation Donations To $0

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    • Replies: @Lurker
    Are some of the more disreputable donors going to start asking for refunds?
  37. AKAHorace says:
    @ben tillman

    It also reminds me of a classic children’s book, about two sisters sharing a bedroom: http://www.worldcat.org/title/this-room-is-mine/oclc/922216
     
    Don't forget that episode of The Brady Bunch:

    http://www.bionicdisco.com/2012/09/05/brady-bunch-moments-bedroom-battle/

    Well we can’t afford to take chances in the war on racism. Have them both shot.

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  38. CCZ says:
    @Diversity Heretic
    As Steve has pointed out in other contetexts, we're running out of white people to buffer the conflicts between minorities.

    As in “fight between Somali Muslim & African Americans turns into violent brawl at Minnesota school”

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    • Replies: @anon
    You american white racist from Minesotta will soon be replaced by very beauty-full girls like these one.

    [Hat tip Tiny Duck.]
    , @bomag

    fight between Somali Muslim &...
     
    Culture spread, mission accomplished.

    Where is the next geographic move for the missionaries of Somali civil war?
  39. wren says:
    @Langley
    Maui the trickster is part of the creation myth of Hawaii.
    Hawaiians are famous for accepting strangers (when they did not eat them), and playing jokes (these two are not necessarily incompatible).

    We lived with many different groups in Hawaii for years by noticing differences and teasing about them. It was a way of accepting each others peculiarities.

    Hawaii had a tradition of great ethnic humorists.

    Kent Bowman:
    https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=k+k+kaumanua&qpvt=k+k+kaumanua&view=detail&mid=A63E0C62F6C033899EC9A63E0C62F6C033899EC9&FORM=VRDGAR

    Booba Booga:
    https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=Booga+Booga&&view=detail&mid=017D89DFF93400FC0D6B017D89DFF93400FC0D6B&FORM=VRDGAR

    The incomparable Rap Replinger:
    https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=rap+reiplinger+room+service&&view=detail&mid=10AE6DEBBA6AE58CFB6010AE6DEBBA6AE58CFB60&FORM=VRDGAR

    https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=rap+reiplinger+room+service&&view=detail&mid=3717914533C748405DF03717914533C748405DF0&rvsmid=10AE6DEBBA6AE58CFB6010AE6DEBBA6AE58CFB60&fsscr=0&FORM=VDFSRV

    https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=fate+yanagi&&view=detail&mid=50A88B51734B8D2B289F50A88B51734B8D2B289F&FORM=VRDGAR

    It was not taboo to make fun of different groups until the 1990's. Not even Popolos (what you call Blacks) were immune.

    Andy Bumatai had a great storty from the 1970's about a Black approaching a Filipina girl at a disco.

    Black guy: - Hey babe, want to dance?
    Filipina girl - I don't dance with Popolos.
    Black guy - Pro Polo?!?! I don't even like horses.

    And don’t forget to mention Maui’s tragic death in a prank gone wrong:

    http://daverytellsblog.blogspot.com/2005/06/mauis-squishy-demise.html

    Also, don’t forget Frank Delima. His whole shtick is racial.

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  40. In 2018 pre-re-count news… there are 33 Senators up for re-election. 23 D, 8 R, and 2 I. Of these 10 D Senators are from states Trump won (OH, MI, WV, FL, MT, IN, PA, MO, ND, WI) and only 1 R Senator from a state where Hillary won (NV).

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  41. Grumpy says:
    @Diversity Heretic
    As Steve has pointed out in other contetexts, we're running out of white people to buffer the conflicts between minorities.

    Along the same lines, another story from Minnesota…

    Asian grocers hired illegal aliens from south of the border, mistreated them, and threatened to turn them in to the feds if they complained.

    The lawsuit accuses Che Ku and Leng Ku, described as owners of Star Ocean Food and several Sun Foods grocery stores in the Twin Cities, of mistreating workers. The 37-page complaint alleges that employees were locked in stores and a warehouse beyond their regular shifts until work was done, belittled and harassed, and underpaid for their work.

    Here’s the weird twist:

    Although the workers are in the country illegally and unauthorized to work in the United States, they may be eligible to stay if granted visas that are given to people who are victims of a crime. The Labor Department’s findings are the first step in obtaining such visas, their attorney, Phil Fishman, said.

    http://www.startribune.com/grocery-workers-lawsuit-alleges-mistreatment-threats-of-deportation/403035826/

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  42. 5371 says:
    @Corn
    WRT the recount, Jill Stein tweeted the following:
    "Why would Hillary Clinton—who conceded the election to Donald Trump—want #Recount2016? You cannot be on-again, off-again about democracy."

    Stein starts the recount, then criticizes Hillary for joining in/sending lawyers. Check out Stein's twitter: She's insane.

    Dr. Jill Stein is crazy like a fox. It’s a scam, and she’s in it purely for the $.

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    • Replies: @Jefferson
    "Dr. Jill Stein is crazy like a fox. It’s a scam, and she’s in it purely for the $."

    But members of The Green Party are suppose to put Mother Nature over profits. Are you saying Jill Stein is a materialistic greedy capitalist and not a true nature hippie?
  43. eah says:

    In case anyone was wondering, Caitlin Dickerson is black — her NPR profile:

    Caitlin Dickerson Reporter, Investigations UnitCaitlin Dickerson is an NPR News Investigative Reporter. She tackles long-term reporting projects that reveal hidden truths about the world,…

    It’s left as a reader exercise to decide if she succeeded in ‘revealing a hidden truth about the world’ with this story.

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    • Replies: @neutral

    ‘revealing a hidden truth about the world’
     
    Modern journalism is the complete opposite to that, their job is to sell blatant lies to the public.
    , @Cletus Rothschild
    "In case anyone was wondering, Caitlin Dickerson is black — her NPR profile:"

    Leave it to NPR to land a black woman named Caitlin.
  44. Marie says:

    The real question – just *who* are the crooks, traitors, masochists, sadists and cucks running the bureaucracy of this Lindenwood University (never heard of it)?

    It seems these Stalinist retards actually issued a campus-wide emergency alert featuring the chilling email headline “University Closes Investigation into Threatening Statement”, because “while the university stands behind the idea of free speech and tolerance, statements or positions of hate, prejudice or social injustice are totally unacceptable.” And we all know there’s certainly no contradiction in thaaaaat statement!

    Plus, this is kind of scary:

    “A friendship is not all love,” Ms. Sanchez said. “There are going to be horrible things that are going to happen.”

    Ummm….

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  45. snorlax says:
    @Langley
    At the bottom of the same NYT article it is revealed that the only physical attack was on a Trump supporter by an "anti-bullying activist":

    "An Altercation With a Trump Supporter

    Shacara McLaurin, a singer and anti-bullying activist in New York, said that she was walking home after a performance last week when she passed a political protest, and an elderly man who supported Mr. Trump began to heckle her. After a physical altercation in which the man fell to the ground, Ms. McLaurin, 23, was charged with assault and harassment.

    She said that the man had thrown himself onto the ground and appeared to be drunk, and that she had lost her day job as a home health aide because of the episode. She also said that since the incident, she has been attacked on social media.

    “Why should it have to come to the point where we are threatening each other and threatening each other’s lives over a presidential election?” she asked."

    As we all know, the elderly make a practice of throwing themselves to the ground.

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  46. @Anonymous
    "Ms. Sanchez, along with campus security officers, confronted Ms. Manu"

    What an asshole. It's one thing to cry wolf on Twitter, it's completely another to call police on your roommate - no matter how offended by a joke you are.

    Can we deport Maria Sanchez for felonious humorlessness? Maybe Attorney General Sessions can make this a priority befitting a top level NYT Hate Crime.

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    • Replies: @PiltdownMan

    Can we deport Maria Sanchez for ?
     
    A felonious humorlessness statute would solve numerous problems in this country.
  47. @Langley
    Maui the trickster is part of the creation myth of Hawaii.
    Hawaiians are famous for accepting strangers (when they did not eat them), and playing jokes (these two are not necessarily incompatible).

    We lived with many different groups in Hawaii for years by noticing differences and teasing about them. It was a way of accepting each others peculiarities.

    Hawaii had a tradition of great ethnic humorists.

    Kent Bowman:
    https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=k+k+kaumanua&qpvt=k+k+kaumanua&view=detail&mid=A63E0C62F6C033899EC9A63E0C62F6C033899EC9&FORM=VRDGAR

    Booba Booga:
    https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=Booga+Booga&&view=detail&mid=017D89DFF93400FC0D6B017D89DFF93400FC0D6B&FORM=VRDGAR

    The incomparable Rap Replinger:
    https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=rap+reiplinger+room+service&&view=detail&mid=10AE6DEBBA6AE58CFB6010AE6DEBBA6AE58CFB60&FORM=VRDGAR

    https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=rap+reiplinger+room+service&&view=detail&mid=3717914533C748405DF03717914533C748405DF0&rvsmid=10AE6DEBBA6AE58CFB6010AE6DEBBA6AE58CFB60&fsscr=0&FORM=VDFSRV

    https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=fate+yanagi&&view=detail&mid=50A88B51734B8D2B289F50A88B51734B8D2B289F&FORM=VRDGAR

    It was not taboo to make fun of different groups until the 1990's. Not even Popolos (what you call Blacks) were immune.

    Andy Bumatai had a great storty from the 1970's about a Black approaching a Filipina girl at a disco.

    Black guy: - Hey babe, want to dance?
    Filipina girl - I don't dance with Popolos.
    Black guy - Pro Polo?!?! I don't even like horses.

    I believe in the late 1970s there was a WSJ feature article on how Pacific Islanders like to play practical jokes on earnest anthropologists, including making up ridiculous ceremonies.

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    While Mead was careful to shield the identity of all her subjects for confidentiality Freeman was able to find and interview one of her original participants, and Freeman reported that she admitted to having willfully misled Mead. She said that she and her friends were having fun with Mead and telling her stories.[51]
     
    - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Margaret_Mead#Controversy

    [51] Frank Heimans (1987). Margaret Mead and Samoa. Event occurs at 41:20. "We girls would pinch each other and tell her we were out with the boys. We were only joking but she took it seriously. As you know Samoan girls are terrific liars and love making fun of people but Margaret thought it was all true."

    The Boasian School of
    Anthropology and the Decline of
    Darwinism in the Social Sciences
    : http://www.kevinmacdonald.net/chap2.pdf
    , @Guy de Champlagne
    Some people claim that Coming of Age in Samoa was the product of just such a trick played on Margaret Mead.
    , @Anonymous Nephew
    In the Maldives the practical joking's not so harmless, although IMHO anyone going for this sort of "native ceremony" is asking for trouble.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1325386/Couple-branded-infidel-pigs-Maldives-wedding-ceremony-tell-distress.html

    "In the 15-minute clip, employees at the Vilu Reef Beach and Spa resort abuse the couple in their native Dhivehi tongue.

    The hotel’s food and beverage manager Hussein Didi is heard hurling insults at the pair as he conducts the service pretending to be the celebrant. He even declares their marriage to be illegal.

    At one point he waves his hands over a piece of paper that he appears to be studying in deep concentration and reads verbatim from the script which, on closer inspection, is a document outlining staff employment regulations.

    He says: ‘You are swine. The children that you bear from this marriage will all be b****** swine.

    ‘Your marriage is not a valid one. You are not the kind of people who can have a valid marriage.

    ‘One of you is an infidel. The other, too, is an infidel and, we have reason to believe, an atheist, who does not even believe in an infidel religion.’

    The woman and her husband smile at each other lovingly in the video and remain oblivious as Didi calls for the marriage to be enshrined in Islamic law.

    As the bride bends down to plant a coconut tree, a man shouts: ‘Can see her breasts.’

    Another responds saying: ‘My beard has gone grey watching those things… I have seen so many of them now that I don’t even want to look any more when I see them.’ "
     
    Just before the Scottish independence referendum we were up there with a Scots friend who was cracking jokes about how post-independence we'd have to show our papers to Salmond's ScotsStaffeln or be deported. Alas I forgot to set the polis on him.
    , @Dave Pinsen
    Makes me wonder if John Patrick Shanley's "Joe Versus The Volcano" was inspired by that.
    , @bored identity
    Steve, you'll love this!

    In the nearest future, SJWarring universities will have the ability to weed out all
    Lombroso's types during their admittance process.....of course the unsettling results will prevent them from the usage of this brave novel world technology:

    https://www.technologyreview.com/s/602955/neural-network-learns-to-identify-criminals-by-their-faces/?utm_campaign=internal&utm_medium=homepage&utm_source=grid_1

    https://arxiv.org/abs/1611.04135
  48. Jefferson says:
    @Anon

    What an asshole. It’s one thing to cry wolf on Twitter, it’s completely another to call police on your roommate – no matter how offended by a joke you are.
     
    Samoans can be quite lovable... until they're not. Women included. I wouldn't be too confrontational with a Samoan woman without a police backup myself.
    Things can go south very quickly. Just sayin'.

    “Samoans can be quite lovable… until they’re not. Women included. I wouldn’t be too confrontational with a Samoan woman without a police backup myself.
    Things can go south very quickly. Just sayin’.”

    I always said if I was a very wealthy famous celebrity I would hire Pacific Islanders as my bodyguards.

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  49. Jefferson says:
    @5371
    Dr. Jill Stein is crazy like a fox. It's a scam, and she's in it purely for the $.

    “Dr. Jill Stein is crazy like a fox. It’s a scam, and she’s in it purely for the $.”

    But members of The Green Party are suppose to put Mother Nature over profits. Are you saying Jill Stein is a materialistic greedy capitalist and not a true nature hippie?

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    • Replies: @5371
    The evidence seems to point that way. I have a soft spot for DJS, but that could just be because she's a hottie.
  50. @Cwhatfuture
    OT: In the meantime, Jill Stein (I suspect prompted by Soros and the Clintons) is challenging the elections in MI, PA and WI. Why? No election recount has ever moved the results by anywhere close to Trump's margins. Well, there is the matter of time.

    http://www.jsonline.com/story/news/politics/elections/2016/11/25/recount-would-have-move-quickly/94417686/

    The losers can simply run out the clock apparently. And if those state results are not certified, the state loses the votes according to this article. And now this is starting to make sense. How else do you explain Stein waiting until the last possible second to file? And in each of those three states?

    Of course if no one has 270, which would happen if those state results are not certified, it goes to the House - and presumably they will vote Trump but is Ryan a "compromise"? How many "Hillary won the popular vote" stories will we see? And even if the short game fails, the long game will be to discredit the electoral college and push for an amendment. At the very least, the Left causes a Constitutional crisis and weakens Trump.

    They are that horrible.

    Why is Stein doing this? Hoping to throw the country into chaos is what she prays for. And Stein knows the House is not putting in Hillary. She doesn’t care. This is about creating a crisis, riots, a collapsing dollar and stock market. At the very least, she believes you would get a weakened Trump but even better, a weakened country. This is a woman who lauded Castro.

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    • Replies: @Anon
    Stein is the sort of woman who thought it was a good idea to go and spraypaint a pipeline at her advanced age. She's an emotionally immature idiot stuck in perpetual teenager-hood. On her Twitter feed she also says she's going to start recounts in every state that hasn't passed a deadline yet.

    Supposedly Hillary had 200 million in the bank as of November 8th. Stein must be eyeing that cash with slobbering envy, and the Old Hippie is trying to pad her retirement account. However, she also appears to be addicted to getting attention, and her motive is to gratify her ego by hogging the spotlight and getting rich the same time.
    , @e
    Stein is looking ahead to future elections where third parties have to show that in previous elections they have attained a certain % of the vote to have their name(s) on the state ballots.
  51. Clyde says:

    These dopey millennials and college kids with their triggering and micro-aggressions are our Idiocracy sector. It is here now. Today and growing. They want to be coddled idiots and the college administrators encourage this. Why? Because it is in. Back and forth virtue signalling from kids to admins and the reverse. A shared hysteria. Nowhere near the Salem witch trials but a similar hysteria.

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  52. FKA Max says:
    @Steve Sailer
    I believe in the late 1970s there was a WSJ feature article on how Pacific Islanders like to play practical jokes on earnest anthropologists, including making up ridiculous ceremonies.

    While Mead was careful to shield the identity of all her subjects for confidentiality Freeman was able to find and interview one of her original participants, and Freeman reported that she admitted to having willfully misled Mead. She said that she and her friends were having fun with Mead and telling her stories.[51]

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Margaret_Mead#Controversy

    [51] Frank Heimans (1987). Margaret Mead and Samoa. Event occurs at 41:20. “We girls would pinch each other and tell her we were out with the boys. We were only joking but she took it seriously. As you know Samoan girls are terrific liars and love making fun of people but Margaret thought it was all true.

    The Boasian School of
    Anthropology and the Decline of
    Darwinism in the Social Sciences
    : http://www.kevinmacdonald.net/chap2.pdf

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  53. neutral says:
    @eah
    In case anyone was wondering, Caitlin Dickerson is black -- her NPR profile:

    Caitlin Dickerson Reporter, Investigations Unit -- Caitlin Dickerson is an NPR News Investigative Reporter. She tackles long-term reporting projects that reveal hidden truths about the world,...

    It's left as a reader exercise to decide if she succeeded in 'revealing a hidden truth about the world' with this story.

    ‘revealing a hidden truth about the world’

    Modern journalism is the complete opposite to that, their job is to sell blatant lies to the public.

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  54. @Steve Sailer
    I believe in the late 1970s there was a WSJ feature article on how Pacific Islanders like to play practical jokes on earnest anthropologists, including making up ridiculous ceremonies.

    Some people claim that Coming of Age in Samoa was the product of just such a trick played on Margaret Mead.

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  55. SnakeEyes says:

    This stuff is getting quite insane.

    I fell bad for the Samoan chick. Shed won’t know what hit her.

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  56. robot says: • Website

    (OT?) Wouldn’t it improve communication if someone calculated the dollar-cost of the average illegal immigrant to the average legal US resident? Because the Left seems to be saying the cost is zero, or at least that everyone should bear it willingly, compassionately. And while we’re at it, is there a similar cost-benefit calculation for the mideast wars?

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  57. Clyde says:

    An Altercation With a Trump Supporter
    Shacara McLaurin, a singer and anti-bullying activist in New York, said that she was walking home after a performance last week when she passed a political protest, and an elderly man who supported Mr. Trump began to heckle her. After a physical altercation in which the man fell to the ground, Ms. McLaurin, 23, was charged with assault and harassment.
    (from this NYT article)

    So who threw the first punch? Anti-bullying activists always do. To stop the bullying of course!

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    • Replies: @grapesoda
    Should have known better than to mess with an Anti Bullying Activist.

    This is like those old 70's movies where a guy gets mugged in a dark alley and it just turns out he's a Marine who just got back from doing a tour in 'Nam.

  58. @Steve Sailer
    I believe in the late 1970s there was a WSJ feature article on how Pacific Islanders like to play practical jokes on earnest anthropologists, including making up ridiculous ceremonies.

    In the Maldives the practical joking’s not so harmless, although IMHO anyone going for this sort of “native ceremony” is asking for trouble.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1325386/Couple-branded-infidel-pigs-Maldives-wedding-ceremony-tell-distress.html

    “In the 15-minute clip, employees at the Vilu Reef Beach and Spa resort abuse the couple in their native Dhivehi tongue.

    The hotel’s food and beverage manager Hussein Didi is heard hurling insults at the pair as he conducts the service pretending to be the celebrant. He even declares their marriage to be illegal.

    At one point he waves his hands over a piece of paper that he appears to be studying in deep concentration and reads verbatim from the script which, on closer inspection, is a document outlining staff employment regulations.

    He says: ‘You are swine. The children that you bear from this marriage will all be b****** swine.

    ‘Your marriage is not a valid one. You are not the kind of people who can have a valid marriage.

    ‘One of you is an infidel. The other, too, is an infidel and, we have reason to believe, an atheist, who does not even believe in an infidel religion.’

    The woman and her husband smile at each other lovingly in the video and remain oblivious as Didi calls for the marriage to be enshrined in Islamic law.

    As the bride bends down to plant a coconut tree, a man shouts: ‘Can see her breasts.’

    Another responds saying: ‘My beard has gone grey watching those things… I have seen so many of them now that I don’t even want to look any more when I see them.’ “

    Just before the Scottish independence referendum we were up there with a Scots friend who was cracking jokes about how post-independence we’d have to show our papers to Salmond’s ScotsStaffeln or be deported. Alas I forgot to set the polis on him.

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  59. Dave Pinsen says: • Website
    @Steve Sailer
    I believe in the late 1970s there was a WSJ feature article on how Pacific Islanders like to play practical jokes on earnest anthropologists, including making up ridiculous ceremonies.

    Makes me wonder if John Patrick Shanley’s “Joe Versus The Volcano” was inspired by that.

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  60. anon says: • Disclaimer
    @CCZ
    As in “fight between Somali Muslim & African Americans turns into violent brawl at Minnesota school”

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BHM3R6ZRnQU

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YTb6mP62g0U&t=34s

    You american white racist from Minesotta will soon be replaced by very beauty-full girls like these one.

    [Hat tip Tiny Duck.]

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    • Replies: @reiner Tor
    Somali women are probably the most beautiful (or at least least hideous) African women out there, they are usually neither overly muscular nor fat, but this teenager already looks quite well-fed.
  61. bomag says:
    @dearieme
    At least they've not noticed yet that Trump assassinated Castro.

    I thought the same thing. Trump is so good, just his election has spurred the CIA to finally reach their goal.

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  62. OT: Paul Kersey’s recent golden-corralled comment (#41) which concluded—

    But for what it’s worth: Bannon is a really, really good guy.

    —is bolstered bigly by this Boston Globe look back at Steve Bannon’s HBS days.

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  63. @eah
    In case anyone was wondering, Caitlin Dickerson is black -- her NPR profile:

    Caitlin Dickerson Reporter, Investigations Unit -- Caitlin Dickerson is an NPR News Investigative Reporter. She tackles long-term reporting projects that reveal hidden truths about the world,...

    It's left as a reader exercise to decide if she succeeded in 'revealing a hidden truth about the world' with this story.

    “In case anyone was wondering, Caitlin Dickerson is black — her NPR profile:”

    Leave it to NPR to land a black woman named Caitlin.

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    • Replies: @The Practical Conservative
    More interesting question is how did a black(ish) chick from a CalState go from NPR to the NYT (she's at the NYT now) before age 30? How did a state school kid get the mustard gas plum in the first place?
  64. bomag says:
    @Forbes
    The curse of the progressive-left, where everything is political, and about politics. And it's all hold-your-breath-serious. No joking here! This act is getting very old.

    Tearful and disturbed, Ms. Sanchez posted a photograph on Twitter…

    The new normal.

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  65. bomag says:
    @CCZ
    As in “fight between Somali Muslim & African Americans turns into violent brawl at Minnesota school”

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BHM3R6ZRnQU

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YTb6mP62g0U&t=34s

    fight between Somali Muslim &…

    Culture spread, mission accomplished.

    Where is the next geographic move for the missionaries of Somali civil war?

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    • Replies: @CCZ
    Ohio State University

    Suspect Dead, 9 in Hospital After Ohio State Car-and-Knife Attack

    Law enforcement officials told NBC News the suspect's name is Abdul Artan, an 18-year-old student at the university. He was a Somali refugee who left his homeland with his family in 2007, lived in Pakistan and then came to the United States in 2014 as a legal permanent resident of the United States, officials said.

  66. Brutusale says:
    @GOUSAAMER114
    You're 100% right. They are trying to cause a Constitutional Crisis. Of course Soros and the Clinton lawyers have been studying this for the past two weeks.

    Want to hear something interesting? Just today, Trump down to 94 cents in betting market for President. HRC up 3 cents to 6. Paul Ryan up from 0 to 2. The betting guys always get it first.

    These are evil, evil people we are fighting against

    The betting guys always get it first.

    Like the geniuses at Paddy Power who paid off the Hillary bettors a month before the election because she was a shoo-in?

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  67. 5371 says:
    @Jefferson
    "Dr. Jill Stein is crazy like a fox. It’s a scam, and she’s in it purely for the $."

    But members of The Green Party are suppose to put Mother Nature over profits. Are you saying Jill Stein is a materialistic greedy capitalist and not a true nature hippie?

    The evidence seems to point that way. I have a soft spot for DJS, but that could just be because she’s a hottie.

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  68. dr kill says:
    @dearieme
    At least they've not noticed yet that Trump assassinated Castro.

    Is there anything Trump can’t do? If his luck holds all is possible. I’m pretty sure Castro croaked soon as he heard Trump was upending the sweet Obamadealio. Wait till Donald saves Mexico and Venezuela from themselves.

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  69. dr kill says:
    @Forbes
    The curse of the progressive-left, where everything is political, and about politics. And it's all hold-your-breath-serious. No joking here! This act is getting very old.

    What really drives the Proggies crazy is the certain knowledge that someone someplace is having fun. So have fun!

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  70. slumber_j says:
    @JerryC
    Q. How many anti-Trump adult babies does it take to screw in a lightbulb?

    A. That's not funny!

    Q. How many anti-Trump adult babies does it take to screw in a lightbulb?

    A. That’s not funny!

    Alternatively:

    A. You’re under arrest.

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  71. Hodag says:

    1. I believe the last time Lindenwood U was in the news a black male gay wrestler there gave something like 50 people HIV. His online nickname was “Tiger Mandingo”.

    2. When discussing Polynesian liars, first thought must be the cat fishing of Manti Teo often Notre Same and his dead girlfriend he never met.

    3. My sister’s assigned roommate freshman year was a rugby player. She joined a sorority in about 7 seconds since women rugby players are generally who you think they are.

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  72. Lurker says:
    @TBA
    After Brexit there was reported a surge of hate crimes, but the examples given were very lame. One was that someone had yelled at a Finnish woman, "Love your accent!"

    One was that someone had yelled at a Finnish woman, “Love your accent!”

    This is how it starts. #anuddahshoa

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  73. @robot
    (OT?) Wouldn't it improve communication if someone calculated the dollar-cost of the average illegal immigrant to the average legal US resident? Because the Left seems to be saying the cost is zero, or at least that everyone should bear it willingly, compassionately. And while we're at it, is there a similar cost-benefit calculation for the mideast wars?

    It’s been done many times.

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  74. Lurker says:
    @Mr. Anon
    It is puzzling why Stein would start a recount that can only help Hillary Clinton. Didn't Stein say that Hillary was liable to start WW III?

    Also, as Zerohedge has pointed out, the amount of money that Stein is asking for to fund the recount keeps climbing - from $ 2.5 million to $ 4.5 million to $ 7 million. Something nefarious is afoot here.

    OT: Australia stops donating to the Clinton Foundation, and Norway slashes its donations by 87%, which raises the questions: 1.) why are governments contributing to the Clinton Foundation in the first place, and 2.) Why are they not contributing to it now?

    Australia Cuts Clinton Foundation Donations To $0

    Are some of the more disreputable donors going to start asking for refunds?

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  75. OT

    The German state TV comedy show makes a brave sketch about a politician of the anti-immigrant AfD party, where he’s searching for the boyfriend of his daughter – a Muslim or a Lesbian?

    Must be one of the greatest moments of humor. In Hungary under communism comedians usually criticized the failures of the political system (of course there were taboos, all jokes had to be pre-approved), because they thought it would serve as a safety valve for the population. Our multiculturalist overlords seem to be stupid to think such “jokes” will not be noticed for what they are by us peasants.

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    • Replies: @reiner Tor
    I just noticed what I wrote. Why did I mistranslate it? I didn't mean to.

    Not a big issue, but annoying. In any event, not so important.

  76. SFG says:
    @Stephen R. Diamond
    Speaking of "hate crimes," what about those mosques receiving letters advocating Nazi exterterminationism for Muslims? The FBI is investigating. Frankly, why? People don't have the right to advocate awful things any more?

    Arguably, sent directly to a mosque, it then becomes a direct threat.

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  77. Ganderson says:
    @CCZ
    Yes, rugby!

    2013 Girls National High School Rugby Championship All-Tournament Team
    http://lifelawrugby.blogspot.com/2013_05_01_archive.html

    USA Junior All-American Coach Danielle Miller attended the National Girls High School Rugby Championships and awarded medals to all the Girls High School National Championship All Tournament Team.

    Division 2
    Isabel Manu - Fullerton


    http://www.goffrugbyreport.com/news/danville-brings-fullerton-trophy-norcal
    3/17/2015

    There were several All Americans selected to the 15-person team. Fullerton had three girls on the squad: 16-year-old terror Isabel Manu

    “Where can I go to get my jeans embroidered in Fullerton?”

    “At Jeans North, where nothing fits”

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  78. Thea says:

    I like to tell my kids about the good ole days. People use to tell jokes at work even. Sometimes they were off color.

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    • Replies: @International Jew
    Well, nowadays at work you have to keep the lid on if you're a conservative, but you can say fυск all you want.
  79. @Almost Missouri
    Can we deport Maria Sanchez for felonious humorlessness? Maybe Attorney General Sessions can make this a priority befitting a top level NYT Hate Crime.

    Can we deport Maria Sanchez for ?

    A felonious humorlessness statute would solve numerous problems in this country.

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    • Replies: @Kylie
    "A felonious humorlessness statute would solve numerous problems in this country."

    Would never fly. The courts would strike it down on the grounds of it having a disparate impact adversely affecting the distaff side.
  80. pyrrhus says:
    @Big Bill
    Would have been funnier with a few dozen little green plastic army men guarding the border.

    How about some little plastic machine guns and land mines? Now THAT would have been hilarious….

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    • Replies: @Anonymous

    How about some little plastic machine guns and land mines? Now THAT would have been hilarious….
     
    Maybe some Border Patrol action figures?
  81. Michelle says:
    @CCZ
    Yes, rugby!

    2013 Girls National High School Rugby Championship All-Tournament Team
    http://lifelawrugby.blogspot.com/2013_05_01_archive.html

    USA Junior All-American Coach Danielle Miller attended the National Girls High School Rugby Championships and awarded medals to all the Girls High School National Championship All Tournament Team.

    Division 2
    Isabel Manu - Fullerton


    http://www.goffrugbyreport.com/news/danville-brings-fullerton-trophy-norcal
    3/17/2015

    There were several All Americans selected to the 15-person team. Fullerton had three girls on the squad: 16-year-old terror Isabel Manu

    So, Manu is a jock!! That explains everything!

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  82. Svigor says:

    “What about you, Joe? You catch the shoe wall story at Lindenwood University?”

    “Nah. I gotta go talk to a girl at Washington Middle, says a Trump kid pulled her pigtails.”

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  83. Svigor says:

    Before they took power, leftists were supposedly “irreverent,” “iconoclastic,” “rebellious,” “free-thinking,” “non-conformist,” and “edgy.”

    Now they’re pious, rigid, dogmatic, sanctimonious, dour, hidebound, conformist, fanatical, and boring.

    I am skeptical of such a radical personality shift.

    said that she was walking home after a performance last week when she passed a political protest, and an elderly man who supported Mr. Trump began to heckle her. After a physical altercation in which the man fell to the ground, Ms. McLaurin, 23, was charged with assault and harassment.

    This is great. NYT reduced to presenting Dindunuffin Tales as fact. The fellow was part of an assault and harassment charge, so unless I have it very wrong, his name is a matter of public record, and miz Dickerson could easily have asked him for his side of the story, or at least mentioned trying and failing to get a statement from him.

    Instead, she wrote a “what had happen was” piece.

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    • Replies: @Anon
    "Now they’re pious, rigid, dogmatic, sanctimonious, dour, hidebound, conformist, fanatical, and boring."

    You've just described the New England Puritans of the 1600s and 1700s. They're the ancestors of today's New England liberals, and the libs have the exact same personality type. Their fanaticism is just routed in different directions.
    , @Harry Baldwin
    Yes, it would be interesting to see how the NYT would have written that story were it not the intent to make Shacara McLaurin appear as innocent as possible. For example, why did the "elderly man" heckle her? How did he know she was anti-Trump? Is it possible that she initiated verbal hostilities? Note the vagueness of the term "physical altercation." Did the elderly man strike McLaurin or did she simply assault him? I've noticed before that in interracial cases the NYT will often say something like "a fight ensued," implying that both parties were equal participants, when in fact it was a straight-out assault, with the black perpetrator beating the white. The NYT would describe knockout game assaults as a fight.
  84. Looking closely at that dorm room photo, WTF’s the deal with the bed in the far corner? It looks like it has four mattresses piled on it! Does that belong to the sensitive princess and the pea, or to the Samoan jokester?

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  85. Langley says:

    OT:

    Race/IQ and the law.

    You can not use IQ tests to disqualify Blacks from employment but you can use these test to prevent them from being executed.

    http://www.staradvertiser.com/2016/11/27/breaking-news/death-penalty-the-mentally-disabled-at-issue-for-justices/

    Fifty percent of Blacks have IQs below 85, – 12% below 70.

    Please use the Threshold tool on the page below to explore differences between races.

    http://emilkirkegaard.dk/understanding_statistics/?app=tail_effects

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  86. Svigor says:

    Sadly his children are just as bad as he is

    I wonder if getting an inheritance from George depends on one being as bad as Soros the Elder. Meaning, they might only be temporarily as bad as he is.

    OT: Australia stops donating to the Clinton Foundation, and Norway slashes its donations by 87%, which raises the questions: 1.) why are governments contributing to the Clinton Foundation in the first place, and 2.) Why are they not contributing to it now?

    Australia Cuts Clinton Foundation Donations To $0

    Music to my ears. Thanks for that.

    The lawsuit accuses Che Ku and Leng Ku, described as owners of Star Ocean Food and several Sun Foods grocery stores in the Twin Cities, of mistreating workers. The 37-page complaint alleges that employees were locked in stores and a warehouse beyond their regular shifts until work was done, belittled and harassed, and underpaid for their work.

    Anyone want to give odds that they’ll plead “cultural differences”? This is how it’s done in China.

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    • Replies: @Anonym
    I wonder if getting an inheritance from George depends on one being as bad as Soros the Elder. Meaning, they might only be temporarily as bad as he is.

    That thought had crossed my mind. It is odd that Soros Jr attends agitprop type stuff personally. One would think they have lower level functionaries for that. It's obvious Sr is a control freak though, as he would have stepped down by now if he wasn't.
  87. Svigor says:

    You can also point out that assimilation is easier (or only works?) on racially-similar people, which is why almost all Japanese immigration (what little there is) is of east Asian peoples.

    I think it’s important to make these people explain their precedents. It’s not natural to have absolute faith in something that has never proven to be workable, much less good.

    We have a lot of examples of historical race-mixing. Most of them are in Central Asia (lovely places like the -stans) and Latin America (lovely places like Venezuela). They are not encouraging examples.

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    • Replies: @Jefferson
    "We have a lot of examples of historical race-mixing. Most of them are in Central Asia (lovely places like the -stans) and Latin America (lovely places like Venezuela). They are not encouraging examples."

    Racially homogeneous Negro nations like Haiti and The Congo for example are even more dysfunctional than Triracial nations that are a product of Africans, Europeans, and Amerindians mixing with each other.

  88. Grumpy says:

    OT:

    The Washington Post published a good interview with one of the last Democrats representing a rural area in Congress: Representative Collin Peterson. His district encompasses heavily Norwegian western Minnesota.

    He says that the Democratic party does not represent the values of the voters in his district, calls the Republicans “smart” for taking over state governments and gerrymandering Democrats into concentrated urban districts, and agrees with Trump on the awfulness of NAFTA.

    He never mentions the Sailer Strategy per se, but he seems to think it works.

    http://tinyurl.com/jn7a3o5

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  89. Anon says: • Disclaimer
    @Cwhatfuture
    Why is Stein doing this? Hoping to throw the country into chaos is what she prays for. And Stein knows the House is not putting in Hillary. She doesn't care. This is about creating a crisis, riots, a collapsing dollar and stock market. At the very least, she believes you would get a weakened Trump but even better, a weakened country. This is a woman who lauded Castro.

    Stein is the sort of woman who thought it was a good idea to go and spraypaint a pipeline at her advanced age. She’s an emotionally immature idiot stuck in perpetual teenager-hood. On her Twitter feed she also says she’s going to start recounts in every state that hasn’t passed a deadline yet.

    Supposedly Hillary had 200 million in the bank as of November 8th. Stein must be eyeing that cash with slobbering envy, and the Old Hippie is trying to pad her retirement account. However, she also appears to be addicted to getting attention, and her motive is to gratify her ego by hogging the spotlight and getting rich the same time.

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    • Replies: @Jefferson
    "Stein is the sort of woman who thought it was a good idea to go and spraypaint a pipeline at her advanced age. She’s an emotionally immature idiot stuck in perpetual teenager-hood."

    Jill Stein is a hippie Baby Boomer. She was 19 years old during Woodstock, so everyday is 1969 for her. I bet her favorite singer is Janis Joplin.
  90. fish says:
    @Anonymous
    "Ms. Sanchez, along with campus security officers, confronted Ms. Manu"

    What an asshole. It's one thing to cry wolf on Twitter, it's completely another to call police on your roommate - no matter how offended by a joke you are.

    Whoa, whoa, whoa……..it’s cool!

    Isabel has her “Get Out of Jail Free Suit” on…….I understand she wears it all the time!

    Now if “Bitzi Anderson” had sent that they’d be collecting wood for the bonfire!

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  91. Joe Walker says: • Website

    The really scary thing is that apparently no one at the University had the balls to tell Sanchez that she was overreacting.

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  92. Anon says: • Disclaimer
    @Svigor
    Before they took power, leftists were supposedly "irreverent," "iconoclastic," "rebellious," "free-thinking," "non-conformist," and "edgy."

    Now they're pious, rigid, dogmatic, sanctimonious, dour, hidebound, conformist, fanatical, and boring.

    I am skeptical of such a radical personality shift.

    said that she was walking home after a performance last week when she passed a political protest, and an elderly man who supported Mr. Trump began to heckle her. After a physical altercation in which the man fell to the ground, Ms. McLaurin, 23, was charged with assault and harassment.
     
    This is great. NYT reduced to presenting Dindunuffin Tales as fact. The fellow was part of an assault and harassment charge, so unless I have it very wrong, his name is a matter of public record, and miz Dickerson could easily have asked him for his side of the story, or at least mentioned trying and failing to get a statement from him.

    Instead, she wrote a "what had happen was" piece.

    “Now they’re pious, rigid, dogmatic, sanctimonious, dour, hidebound, conformist, fanatical, and boring.”

    You’ve just described the New England Puritans of the 1600s and 1700s. They’re the ancestors of today’s New England liberals, and the libs have the exact same personality type. Their fanaticism is just routed in different directions.

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    • Replies: @gcochran
    Not many people in Massachusetts are descended from the people there in 1700.
  93. @Svigor
    Before they took power, leftists were supposedly "irreverent," "iconoclastic," "rebellious," "free-thinking," "non-conformist," and "edgy."

    Now they're pious, rigid, dogmatic, sanctimonious, dour, hidebound, conformist, fanatical, and boring.

    I am skeptical of such a radical personality shift.

    said that she was walking home after a performance last week when she passed a political protest, and an elderly man who supported Mr. Trump began to heckle her. After a physical altercation in which the man fell to the ground, Ms. McLaurin, 23, was charged with assault and harassment.
     
    This is great. NYT reduced to presenting Dindunuffin Tales as fact. The fellow was part of an assault and harassment charge, so unless I have it very wrong, his name is a matter of public record, and miz Dickerson could easily have asked him for his side of the story, or at least mentioned trying and failing to get a statement from him.

    Instead, she wrote a "what had happen was" piece.

    Yes, it would be interesting to see how the NYT would have written that story were it not the intent to make Shacara McLaurin appear as innocent as possible. For example, why did the “elderly man” heckle her? How did he know she was anti-Trump? Is it possible that she initiated verbal hostilities? Note the vagueness of the term “physical altercation.” Did the elderly man strike McLaurin or did she simply assault him? I’ve noticed before that in interracial cases the NYT will often say something like “a fight ensued,” implying that both parties were equal participants, when in fact it was a straight-out assault, with the black perpetrator beating the white. The NYT would describe knockout game assaults as a fight.

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    • Replies: @Jefferson
    "The NYT would describe knockout game assaults as a fight."

    I notice that when newspapers and news channels covered the knockout games they would show pictures of fists that looked like they belonged to either a White person, an Oriental, or a very light skin Mixed Race person. The pigmentation of the fists did not look like they belong to one of Barack Hussein Obama's sons who tend to have Chocolate colored fists.

    , @CJ
    The NYT would describe knockout game assaults as a fight.

    In the Bay Area they use the term "scuffle".
  94. J1234 says:

    Well, look at it this way…at least she didn’t says something bad about Fidel Castro. That really would’ve been offensive to a latina.

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  95. midtown says:

    Did anyone ever find out if the old poop swastika at Missouri was a false flag deal?

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  96. Kylie says:
    @PiltdownMan

    Can we deport Maria Sanchez for ?
     
    A felonious humorlessness statute would solve numerous problems in this country.

    “A felonious humorlessness statute would solve numerous problems in this country.”

    Would never fly. The courts would strike it down on the grounds of it having a disparate impact adversely affecting the distaff side.

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  97. @Steve Sailer
    I believe in the late 1970s there was a WSJ feature article on how Pacific Islanders like to play practical jokes on earnest anthropologists, including making up ridiculous ceremonies.

    Steve, you’ll love this!

    In the nearest future, SJWarring universities will have the ability to weed out all
    Lombroso’s types during their admittance process…..of course the unsettling results will prevent them from the usage of this brave novel world technology:

    https://www.technologyreview.com/s/602955/neural-network-learns-to-identify-criminals-by-their-faces/?utm_campaign=internal&utm_medium=homepage&utm_source=grid_1

    https://arxiv.org/abs/1611.04135

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  98. Anonymous says: • Disclaimer
    @Anon

    What an asshole. It’s one thing to cry wolf on Twitter, it’s completely another to call police on your roommate – no matter how offended by a joke you are.
     
    Samoans can be quite lovable... until they're not. Women included. I wouldn't be too confrontational with a Samoan woman without a police backup myself.
    Things can go south very quickly. Just sayin'.

    Samoans can be quite lovable… until they’re not. Women included. I wouldn’t be too confrontational with a Samoan woman without a police backup myself.
    Things can go south very quickly. Just sayin’.

    I learned this from watching Dog the Bounty Hunter. His bounty-hunting business is based in Hawaii.

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    "I learned this from watching Dog the Bounty Hunter. His bounty-hunting business is based in Hawaii."

    Dog The Bounty Hunter looks like the wrestler Diamond Dallas Page.
    , @FKA Max
    There is a reason East Palo Alto had the highest per capita homicide rate in the nation in the early 1990s, namely because of gang warfare between Blacks and Pacific Islanders. A meeting of warrior genes...:

    About half of East Palo Alto's residents were African Americans in 1990, which was the result of redlining practices and racial deed restrictions in Palo Alto.[7] Latinos now constitute about 65% of the total population, while the proportion of African Americans has decreased to about 15%[dubious – discuss]. A small minority of Pacific Islanders also reside in East Palo Alto, most of Tongan, Samoan and Indo-Fijian origin.[citation needed]. East Palo Alto has the largest concentration of Pacific Islanders of any American city or town outside of Hawaii[citation needed].

    In the past, East Palo Alto experienced profound crime and poverty, especially during the 1980s and early 1990s. In 1992, it had the highest homicide rate in the country with 24,322 people, and 42 murders, equaling a rate of 172.7 homicides per 100,000 residents.[8] Since then the city's crime problems have subsided, and the murder rate in particular has declined to a typical urban level. In 2006, East Palo Alto experienced a comparatively low six murders, seven in 2007, and only five in 2008.
     

    City of East Palo Alto
    San Mateo County

    http://www.bayareacensus.ca.gov/cities/EastPaloAlto70.htm


    1980 Census
    Asian and Pacific Islander 1,168 6.4%

    1990 Census
    Asian or Pacific Islander 2,371 10.1%
    Pacific Islander 1,713 7.3%
    Polynesian 1,571 6.7%
    Samoan 824 3.5%
    Tongan 657 2.8%
     


    1980 Census
    Black 11,107 61.1%

    1990 Census
    Black 10,071 42.9%
     

  99. grapesoda says:
    @Clyde

    An Altercation With a Trump Supporter
    Shacara McLaurin, a singer and anti-bullying activist in New York, said that she was walking home after a performance last week when she passed a political protest, and an elderly man who supported Mr. Trump began to heckle her. After a physical altercation in which the man fell to the ground, Ms. McLaurin, 23, was charged with assault and harassment.
    (from this NYT article)
     
    So who threw the first punch? Anti-bullying activists always do. To stop the bullying of course!

    Should have known better than to mess with an Anti Bullying Activist.

    This is like those old 70′s movies where a guy gets mugged in a dark alley and it just turns out he’s a Marine who just got back from doing a tour in ‘Nam.

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  100. Anonymous says: • Disclaimer
    @pyrrhus
    How about some little plastic machine guns and land mines? Now THAT would have been hilarious....

    How about some little plastic machine guns and land mines? Now THAT would have been hilarious….

    Maybe some Border Patrol action figures?

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  101. Boomstick says:

    The list of events paints a different picture than what the author thinks. The pro-Trump events are jokes or heckling. The anti-Trump events are assaults or The Man coming down on people for engaging in entirely legal behavior. For example guys who drove through Wellesey with a Trump flag. Afterwards they were hit with death threats. Then the fascist jerks at Wellesey and Babson College threatened them with academic death, and they were forced to grovel for mercy.

    “Publicly celebrating the election at a time and in a place when so many were deeply disappointed about its outcome and, indeed, genuinely grieving about it, was just not smart,”

    I hope the students realize that the college officials are fascist pigs.

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  102. e says:
    @Cwhatfuture
    Why is Stein doing this? Hoping to throw the country into chaos is what she prays for. And Stein knows the House is not putting in Hillary. She doesn't care. This is about creating a crisis, riots, a collapsing dollar and stock market. At the very least, she believes you would get a weakened Trump but even better, a weakened country. This is a woman who lauded Castro.

    Stein is looking ahead to future elections where third parties have to show that in previous elections they have attained a certain % of the vote to have their name(s) on the state ballots.

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  103. @anon
    You american white racist from Minesotta will soon be replaced by very beauty-full girls like these one.

    [Hat tip Tiny Duck.]

    Somali women are probably the most beautiful (or at least least hideous) African women out there, they are usually neither overly muscular nor fat, but this teenager already looks quite well-fed.

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    • Replies: @PSR
    You must be joking. Somali women - even the young girls - are almost all chubby, and decidedly NOT attractive. Curiously, the men are reed thin, as often as not.
  104. @Thea
    I like to tell my kids about the good ole days. People use to tell jokes at work even. Sometimes they were off color.

    Well, nowadays at work you have to keep the lid on if you’re a conservative, but you can say fυск all you want.

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  105. What I want to know is, how much does Isabel Manu weigh? It’s odd that the rugby team’s page doesn’t say.

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    • Agree: reiner Tor
    • Replies: @TontoBubbaGoldstein
    "What I want to know is, how much does Isabel Manu weigh?"

    Let's just say Congressman Hank Johnson wouldn't want her on the very tip of the island...

  106. Thea says:

    So now they are saying if the recount takes too long the electoral college won’t vote and that the election goes before the House. This was supposedly Stein & Clinton’s plan all along.

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  107. Anon says: • Disclaimer

    When a minor spat with a college roommate makes the Washington Post, it’s not going to end well. I can imagine Manu is truly pissed by Sanchez’s whining, and for her next prank, Manu is going to dunk her roommate’s head repeatedly in a toilet.

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  108. Harold says:

    Maui is pan-polynesian; he is part of the founding myth of New Zealand too. The South Island is Maui’s canoe and the North Island a stingray he fished up with his grandmother’s jaw bone. This story really serves as a very crude map (as do other stories).

    Maori also enjoy prank humour. Not really prankish but here is Billy T. James on buying a car.

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  109. Dennis Dale says: • Website
    @Alec Leamas
    Manu is often a short form of Manusamoa/Manu Samoa, which was the name of a Samoan warrior and naturally indicates Samoan ancestry. cf. Manusamoa Tuilagi, Somoan born Rugby Union player who has established residency and plays internationally for England.

    Furthering iSteve's hunch, Izzy is likely a big, jolly Samoan.

    I like her. So here we have the grim, paranoid diversity stifling the cheerful, humorous diversity. Party on, Current Year.

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  110. Jefferson says:
    @Anonymous

    Samoans can be quite lovable… until they’re not. Women included. I wouldn’t be too confrontational with a Samoan woman without a police backup myself.
    Things can go south very quickly. Just sayin’.
     
    I learned this from watching Dog the Bounty Hunter. His bounty-hunting business is based in Hawaii.

    “I learned this from watching Dog the Bounty Hunter. His bounty-hunting business is based in Hawaii.”

    Dog The Bounty Hunter looks like the wrestler Diamond Dallas Page.

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  111. EdwardM says:
    @GOUSAAMER114
    You're 100% right. They are trying to cause a Constitutional Crisis. Of course Soros and the Clinton lawyers have been studying this for the past two weeks.

    Want to hear something interesting? Just today, Trump down to 94 cents in betting market for President. HRC up 3 cents to 6. Paul Ryan up from 0 to 2. The betting guys always get it first.

    These are evil, evil people we are fighting against

    This is interesting — do you have a source on the internet for this? I searched cursorily and couldn’t any links to post-election betting odds.

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  112. Jefferson says:
    @Svigor
    You can also point out that assimilation is easier (or only works?) on racially-similar people, which is why almost all Japanese immigration (what little there is) is of east Asian peoples.

    I think it's important to make these people explain their precedents. It's not natural to have absolute faith in something that has never proven to be workable, much less good.

    We have a lot of examples of historical race-mixing. Most of them are in Central Asia (lovely places like the -stans) and Latin America (lovely places like Venezuela). They are not encouraging examples.

    “We have a lot of examples of historical race-mixing. Most of them are in Central Asia (lovely places like the -stans) and Latin America (lovely places like Venezuela). They are not encouraging examples.”

    Racially homogeneous Negro nations like Haiti and The Congo for example are even more dysfunctional than Triracial nations that are a product of Africans, Europeans, and Amerindians mixing with each other.

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  113. FKA Max says:
    @Anonymous

    Samoans can be quite lovable… until they’re not. Women included. I wouldn’t be too confrontational with a Samoan woman without a police backup myself.
    Things can go south very quickly. Just sayin’.
     
    I learned this from watching Dog the Bounty Hunter. His bounty-hunting business is based in Hawaii.

    There is a reason East Palo Alto had the highest per capita homicide rate in the nation in the early 1990s, namely because of gang warfare between Blacks and Pacific Islanders. A meeting of warrior genes…:

    About half of East Palo Alto’s residents were African Americans in 1990, which was the result of redlining practices and racial deed restrictions in Palo Alto.[7] Latinos now constitute about 65% of the total population, while the proportion of African Americans has decreased to about 15%[dubious – discuss]. A small minority of Pacific Islanders also reside in East Palo Alto, most of Tongan, Samoan and Indo-Fijian origin.[citation needed]. East Palo Alto has the largest concentration of Pacific Islanders of any American city or town outside of Hawaii[citation needed].

    In the past, East Palo Alto experienced profound crime and poverty, especially during the 1980s and early 1990s. In 1992, it had the highest homicide rate in the country with 24,322 people, and 42 murders, equaling a rate of 172.7 homicides per 100,000 residents.[8] Since then the city’s crime problems have subsided, and the murder rate in particular has declined to a typical urban level. In 2006, East Palo Alto experienced a comparatively low six murders, seven in 2007, and only five in 2008.

    City of East Palo Alto
    San Mateo County

    http://www.bayareacensus.ca.gov/cities/EastPaloAlto70.htm

    1980 Census
    Asian and Pacific Islander 1,168 6.4%

    1990 Census
    Asian or Pacific Islander 2,371 10.1%
    Pacific Islander 1,713 7.3%
    Polynesian 1,571 6.7%
    Samoan 824 3.5%
    Tongan 657 2.8%

    1980 Census
    Black 11,107 61.1%

    1990 Census
    Black 10,071 42.9%

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    • Replies: @cthulhu
    Tom Wolfe's Mau-Mauing the Flak Catchers seems apropos here regarding Samoans.
    , @Jefferson
    "There is a reason East Palo Alto had the highest per capita homicide rate in the nation in the early 1990s, namely because of gang warfare between Blacks and Pacific Islanders. A meeting of warrior genes…:"

    According to the 2010 U.S census Palo Alto still has a high percentage of Pacific Islanders, 7 percent to be exact. That's high even by California standards, let alone by Flyover Country standards.
  114. Jefferson says:
    @Harry Baldwin
    Yes, it would be interesting to see how the NYT would have written that story were it not the intent to make Shacara McLaurin appear as innocent as possible. For example, why did the "elderly man" heckle her? How did he know she was anti-Trump? Is it possible that she initiated verbal hostilities? Note the vagueness of the term "physical altercation." Did the elderly man strike McLaurin or did she simply assault him? I've noticed before that in interracial cases the NYT will often say something like "a fight ensued," implying that both parties were equal participants, when in fact it was a straight-out assault, with the black perpetrator beating the white. The NYT would describe knockout game assaults as a fight.

    “The NYT would describe knockout game assaults as a fight.”

    I notice that when newspapers and news channels covered the knockout games they would show pictures of fists that looked like they belonged to either a White person, an Oriental, or a very light skin Mixed Race person. The pigmentation of the fists did not look like they belong to one of Barack Hussein Obama’s sons who tend to have Chocolate colored fists.

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  115. Jefferson says:
    @Anon
    Stein is the sort of woman who thought it was a good idea to go and spraypaint a pipeline at her advanced age. She's an emotionally immature idiot stuck in perpetual teenager-hood. On her Twitter feed she also says she's going to start recounts in every state that hasn't passed a deadline yet.

    Supposedly Hillary had 200 million in the bank as of November 8th. Stein must be eyeing that cash with slobbering envy, and the Old Hippie is trying to pad her retirement account. However, she also appears to be addicted to getting attention, and her motive is to gratify her ego by hogging the spotlight and getting rich the same time.

    “Stein is the sort of woman who thought it was a good idea to go and spraypaint a pipeline at her advanced age. She’s an emotionally immature idiot stuck in perpetual teenager-hood.”

    Jill Stein is a hippie Baby Boomer. She was 19 years old during Woodstock, so everyday is 1969 for her. I bet her favorite singer is Janis Joplin.

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    Jill Stein is a hippie Baby Boomer. She was 19 years old during Woodstock, so everyday is 1969 for her. I bet her favorite singer is Janis Joplin.

     

    No, gotta be soulless, sanctimonious folkie Joan Baez for bloodless looney toon Stein. Janis rocked.
    , @Authenticjazzman
    Stein is insane, period, and her favorite singer is Joan Baez, not Joplin who after singing about wanting God to bless her with a Porsche, was then disqualified from admission into the anti-automobile, anti-capitalism club.

    One of the prime leftist goals being the elimination of privat automobiles.
    The old UdSSR had all of the resources for the creation of an encompassing automobile industry, however the commie honchos feared the vision of a mobile populace like a vampire holy water.

    Authenticjazzman, "Mensa" Society member of forty-plus years and pro jazz artist.
  116. @International Jew
    What I want to know is, how much does Isabel Manu weigh? It's odd that the rugby team's page doesn't say.

    “What I want to know is, how much does Isabel Manu weigh?”

    Let’s just say Congressman Hank Johnson wouldn’t want her on the very tip of the island…

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  117. cthulhu says:
    @FKA Max
    There is a reason East Palo Alto had the highest per capita homicide rate in the nation in the early 1990s, namely because of gang warfare between Blacks and Pacific Islanders. A meeting of warrior genes...:

    About half of East Palo Alto's residents were African Americans in 1990, which was the result of redlining practices and racial deed restrictions in Palo Alto.[7] Latinos now constitute about 65% of the total population, while the proportion of African Americans has decreased to about 15%[dubious – discuss]. A small minority of Pacific Islanders also reside in East Palo Alto, most of Tongan, Samoan and Indo-Fijian origin.[citation needed]. East Palo Alto has the largest concentration of Pacific Islanders of any American city or town outside of Hawaii[citation needed].

    In the past, East Palo Alto experienced profound crime and poverty, especially during the 1980s and early 1990s. In 1992, it had the highest homicide rate in the country with 24,322 people, and 42 murders, equaling a rate of 172.7 homicides per 100,000 residents.[8] Since then the city's crime problems have subsided, and the murder rate in particular has declined to a typical urban level. In 2006, East Palo Alto experienced a comparatively low six murders, seven in 2007, and only five in 2008.
     

    City of East Palo Alto
    San Mateo County

    http://www.bayareacensus.ca.gov/cities/EastPaloAlto70.htm


    1980 Census
    Asian and Pacific Islander 1,168 6.4%

    1990 Census
    Asian or Pacific Islander 2,371 10.1%
    Pacific Islander 1,713 7.3%
    Polynesian 1,571 6.7%
    Samoan 824 3.5%
    Tongan 657 2.8%
     


    1980 Census
    Black 11,107 61.1%

    1990 Census
    Black 10,071 42.9%
     

    Tom Wolfe’s Mau-Mauing the Flak Catchers seems apropos here regarding Samoans.

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  118. cthulhu says:
    @Jefferson
    "Stein is the sort of woman who thought it was a good idea to go and spraypaint a pipeline at her advanced age. She’s an emotionally immature idiot stuck in perpetual teenager-hood."

    Jill Stein is a hippie Baby Boomer. She was 19 years old during Woodstock, so everyday is 1969 for her. I bet her favorite singer is Janis Joplin.

    Jill Stein is a hippie Baby Boomer. She was 19 years old during Woodstock, so everyday is 1969 for her. I bet her favorite singer is Janis Joplin.

    No, gotta be soulless, sanctimonious folkie Joan Baez for bloodless looney toon Stein. Janis rocked.

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    • Replies: @yaqub the mad scientist
    Ha Ha! I was going to write the exact same thing. Beat me to it.
  119. @cthulhu


    Jill Stein is a hippie Baby Boomer. She was 19 years old during Woodstock, so everyday is 1969 for her. I bet her favorite singer is Janis Joplin.

     

    No, gotta be soulless, sanctimonious folkie Joan Baez for bloodless looney toon Stein. Janis rocked.

    Ha Ha! I was going to write the exact same thing. Beat me to it.

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  120. CJ says:
    @Harry Baldwin
    Yes, it would be interesting to see how the NYT would have written that story were it not the intent to make Shacara McLaurin appear as innocent as possible. For example, why did the "elderly man" heckle her? How did he know she was anti-Trump? Is it possible that she initiated verbal hostilities? Note the vagueness of the term "physical altercation." Did the elderly man strike McLaurin or did she simply assault him? I've noticed before that in interracial cases the NYT will often say something like "a fight ensued," implying that both parties were equal participants, when in fact it was a straight-out assault, with the black perpetrator beating the white. The NYT would describe knockout game assaults as a fight.

    The NYT would describe knockout game assaults as a fight.

    In the Bay Area they use the term “scuffle”.

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  121. @Corn
    WRT the recount, Jill Stein tweeted the following:
    "Why would Hillary Clinton—who conceded the election to Donald Trump—want #Recount2016? You cannot be on-again, off-again about democracy."

    Stein starts the recount, then criticizes Hillary for joining in/sending lawyers. Check out Stein's twitter: She's insane.

    I suspect Stein is trying to deliver a coup de grace to the mortally wounded Democratic Party and position the Green Party as the only, true opposition party to the Republicans. If there’s one thing I’ve learned from being around Greenies for many years, it’s that they yearn more than anything to be taken seriously as a national political party and they hate the Democrats far more than they hate the Republicans. (Remember that Stein urged her supporters in swing states to vote for Trump in order to keep Hillary the insane warmonger out of the White House.)

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    I'm not sure the Greens have enough mental brainpower to do more than drift from one flaky thought to the next. They're very prone to fads and emotional uproars and don't seem to have a stable philosophy beyond environmentalism.

    Nor can I call how doing a recount would hurt Hillary, since the latter's already lost. The only potential harm I can see it doing is maybe draining the Democratic donor base of excess cash. Stein strikes me as a Iago-type marplot who (ala her spray painting) just likes to stir up trouble for its own sake because she enjoys being a pain in the neck to other people in general.

  122. […] supposed harassment (when they are not hoaxes) are cringe-worthy and further erode its credibility. The Unz Review reports: Here’s the beginning of a New York Times […]

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  123. Jefferson says:
    @FKA Max
    There is a reason East Palo Alto had the highest per capita homicide rate in the nation in the early 1990s, namely because of gang warfare between Blacks and Pacific Islanders. A meeting of warrior genes...:

    About half of East Palo Alto's residents were African Americans in 1990, which was the result of redlining practices and racial deed restrictions in Palo Alto.[7] Latinos now constitute about 65% of the total population, while the proportion of African Americans has decreased to about 15%[dubious – discuss]. A small minority of Pacific Islanders also reside in East Palo Alto, most of Tongan, Samoan and Indo-Fijian origin.[citation needed]. East Palo Alto has the largest concentration of Pacific Islanders of any American city or town outside of Hawaii[citation needed].

    In the past, East Palo Alto experienced profound crime and poverty, especially during the 1980s and early 1990s. In 1992, it had the highest homicide rate in the country with 24,322 people, and 42 murders, equaling a rate of 172.7 homicides per 100,000 residents.[8] Since then the city's crime problems have subsided, and the murder rate in particular has declined to a typical urban level. In 2006, East Palo Alto experienced a comparatively low six murders, seven in 2007, and only five in 2008.
     

    City of East Palo Alto
    San Mateo County

    http://www.bayareacensus.ca.gov/cities/EastPaloAlto70.htm


    1980 Census
    Asian and Pacific Islander 1,168 6.4%

    1990 Census
    Asian or Pacific Islander 2,371 10.1%
    Pacific Islander 1,713 7.3%
    Polynesian 1,571 6.7%
    Samoan 824 3.5%
    Tongan 657 2.8%
     


    1980 Census
    Black 11,107 61.1%

    1990 Census
    Black 10,071 42.9%
     

    “There is a reason East Palo Alto had the highest per capita homicide rate in the nation in the early 1990s, namely because of gang warfare between Blacks and Pacific Islanders. A meeting of warrior genes…:”

    According to the 2010 U.S census Palo Alto still has a high percentage of Pacific Islanders, 7 percent to be exact. That’s high even by California standards, let alone by Flyover Country standards.

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  124. gcochran says:
    @Anon
    "Now they’re pious, rigid, dogmatic, sanctimonious, dour, hidebound, conformist, fanatical, and boring."

    You've just described the New England Puritans of the 1600s and 1700s. They're the ancestors of today's New England liberals, and the libs have the exact same personality type. Their fanaticism is just routed in different directions.

    Not many people in Massachusetts are descended from the people there in 1700.

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    Not many people in Massachusetts are descended from the people there in 1700.
     
    Yes, but many of the descendants of the Puritans still live in Massachusetts and still have influence there. For example, descendants of Cotton Mather currently live around Burlington.
  125. Jefferson says:

    Evan McMullin tweeted that he supports the recount of the states where Donald Trump won by small margins, but he did not tweet in support of a recount of states where Crooked Hildabeast won by small margins.

    Evan McMullin is a Crooked Hildabeast groupie. I wonder how many telephone conversations he has had with Crooked Hildabeast and George Soros.

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  126. @Cletus Rothschild
    "In case anyone was wondering, Caitlin Dickerson is black — her NPR profile:"

    Leave it to NPR to land a black woman named Caitlin.

    More interesting question is how did a black(ish) chick from a CalState go from NPR to the NYT (she’s at the NYT now) before age 30? How did a state school kid get the mustard gas plum in the first place?

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    • Replies: @anon

    More interesting question is how did a black(ish) chick from a CalState go from NPR to the NYT (she’s at the NYT now) before age 30? How did a state school kid get the mustard gas plum in the first place?
     
    From what I know, you meet a NYT reporter on a casual basis, agree to go out to dinner with him, have repeated sex with him, until he pulls some favors and gets you published in the paper, then if your essay wasn't embarrassing, he talks you up with associates to cut you some more gigs.
    Don't stop having sex with him during this critical period, or he'll likely pull the rug out from under you, and you'll be stuck back at NPR.
  127. @Marty
    You campus cops, whoever you are: you're a joke.

    I have 12 years left at my blue-state police department and my highest hope is to retire before being directed to violate the Constitution. And I’ve got a little money set aside to pay for the two-day suspension I’m inevitably going to get for refusing to take a report on a hate (non) crime.

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    • Replies: @The preferred nomenclature is...
    If your first concern is your pension you are already owned by the Evil Ones.
  128. Mr. Anon says:

    First they came for the drama queens, ………………………………..

    …………and I didn’t speak up, because I wasn’t a drama queen.

    Then they came for the hate-crime hoaxers, ………………………………..

    …………and I didn’t speak up, because I wasn’t a hate-crime hoaxer.

    ……………….

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  129. Anonymous says: • Disclaimer

    Somebody should tell Samoans to play Scrabble, who knows they’d be as great at it as they are at rugby?

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  130. I don’t think Steve’s crack that he’s an “undocumented Nobel Prize winner”–or whatever–is one of his zingers. It’s just not funny enough to bear repeating. My $0.02.

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  131. Anonym says:
    @Svigor

    Sadly his children are just as bad as he is
     
    I wonder if getting an inheritance from George depends on one being as bad as Soros the Elder. Meaning, they might only be temporarily as bad as he is.

    OT: Australia stops donating to the Clinton Foundation, and Norway slashes its donations by 87%, which raises the questions: 1.) why are governments contributing to the Clinton Foundation in the first place, and 2.) Why are they not contributing to it now?

    Australia Cuts Clinton Foundation Donations To $0
     
    Music to my ears. Thanks for that.

    The lawsuit accuses Che Ku and Leng Ku, described as owners of Star Ocean Food and several Sun Foods grocery stores in the Twin Cities, of mistreating workers. The 37-page complaint alleges that employees were locked in stores and a warehouse beyond their regular shifts until work was done, belittled and harassed, and underpaid for their work.
     
    Anyone want to give odds that they'll plead "cultural differences"? This is how it's done in China.

    I wonder if getting an inheritance from George depends on one being as bad as Soros the Elder. Meaning, they might only be temporarily as bad as he is.

    That thought had crossed my mind. It is odd that Soros Jr attends agitprop type stuff personally. One would think they have lower level functionaries for that. It’s obvious Sr is a control freak though, as he would have stepped down by now if he wasn’t.

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    • Replies: @Harry Baldwin
    Dr. Evil never really trusted his son, Scott, either.

    Dr. Evil: You're semi-evil. You're quasi-evil. You're the margarine of evil. You're the Diet Coke of evil. Just one calorie, not evil enough.

  132. Anon says: • Disclaimer
    @Francis G.
    I suspect Stein is trying to deliver a coup de grace to the mortally wounded Democratic Party and position the Green Party as the only, true opposition party to the Republicans. If there's one thing I've learned from being around Greenies for many years, it's that they yearn more than anything to be taken seriously as a national political party and they hate the Democrats far more than they hate the Republicans. (Remember that Stein urged her supporters in swing states to vote for Trump in order to keep Hillary the insane warmonger out of the White House.)

    I’m not sure the Greens have enough mental brainpower to do more than drift from one flaky thought to the next. They’re very prone to fads and emotional uproars and don’t seem to have a stable philosophy beyond environmentalism.

    Nor can I call how doing a recount would hurt Hillary, since the latter’s already lost. The only potential harm I can see it doing is maybe draining the Democratic donor base of excess cash. Stein strikes me as a Iago-type marplot who (ala her spray painting) just likes to stir up trouble for its own sake because she enjoys being a pain in the neck to other people in general.

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    • Replies: @Francis G.
    The recount effort probably won't go anywhere, but it will signal to all the disaffected Bernie Bros out there that it's the Green Party that has the cojones to stand up to the Republican Party, while Hillary & Co. are just riding the Greens' coattails now. As I said, I've been around Greenies for years, know some of the quite well, and they really do regard the Democrats as false allies, which they consider far worse than being an open enemy like the Republicans.

    The problem for Stein & Co. is that half of Trump's platform is very similar to the Greens'. For example, the Greens have been campaigning for years against NAFTA and opposed the TPP and TTIP, all of which Trump is now in the process of dismantling. Stein also campaigned against Hillary for her dangerous saber-rattling at Russia. But Trump has already defused that situation and appears to have no interest in embroiling the US in any more misadventures overseas. Really, the only things that the Greens can campaign against Trump on are keeping our borders open and pushing extreme environmentalism, neither of which has much appeal to the voting public.
  133. Neoconned says:
    @Anonymous
    "Ms. Sanchez, along with campus security officers, confronted Ms. Manu"

    What an asshole. It's one thing to cry wolf on Twitter, it's completely another to call police on your roommate - no matter how offended by a joke you are.

    I don’t understand……what were they going to do?

    Charge her with what? Disorderly conduct? Harassment?

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  134. Svigor says:

    First they came for the leftists…

    …and everyone else cheered, because turnabout is fair play.

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  135. Svigor says:

    I’m not sure the Greens have enough mental brainpower to do more than drift from one flaky thought to the next. They’re very prone to fads and emotional uproars and don’t seem to have a stable philosophy beyond environmentalism.

    They’re just leftists, and thus, forever subordinate to the Democrats.

    Real environmentalists could try:

    1. Denouncing and opposing overpopulation (the worst offenders most loudly), because Gaia.
    2. Denouncing and opposing mass immigration from less-developed nations to more-developed nations (because the immigrants carbon footprint goes through the roof).
    3. Denouncing and opposing mass immigration in general, because it increases strain on infrastructure and resources in destination countries, drives up consumption, enables overpopulation, etc.

    But they aren’t real environmentalists. They’re just leftists.

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    • Replies: @Anonymous
    They've always been pro-Cuba, which is the only sustainable country in the world:

    http://www.unzcloud.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/cuba-only-sustainable-country.jpg

    They're one of the few people to have been consistently pro-Cuba and to have promoted Cuba as a model, so they're one of the few people to have been "real environmentalists."
  136. PSR says:
    @reiner Tor
    Somali women are probably the most beautiful (or at least least hideous) African women out there, they are usually neither overly muscular nor fat, but this teenager already looks quite well-fed.

    You must be joking. Somali women – even the young girls – are almost all chubby, and decidedly NOT attractive. Curiously, the men are reed thin, as often as not.

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    • Replies: @reiner Tor
    Checking Google images I have to agree with you. The few ones I saw in Europe (though they were possibly Eritreans) gave me the wrong impression. Or maybe it's the couple Somalian models? Never mind. You're right, I stand corrected.
  137. Jefferson says:
    @Random Dude on the Internet
    Sadly the number of hate hoaxes and jokes taken 100% seriously will spiral out of control by our "aggrieved" victim class these next eight years. Haven Monahan, toy borders, and poop swastikas will be anywhere and everywhere.

    “Sadly the number of hate hoaxes and jokes taken 100% seriously will spiral out of control by our “aggrieved” victim class these next eight years. Haven Monahan, toy borders, and poop swastikas will be anywhere and everywhere.”

    If a person has to stage a hate hoax, that person has never experienced real racism in their entire life.

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  138. @Anon
    I'm not sure the Greens have enough mental brainpower to do more than drift from one flaky thought to the next. They're very prone to fads and emotional uproars and don't seem to have a stable philosophy beyond environmentalism.

    Nor can I call how doing a recount would hurt Hillary, since the latter's already lost. The only potential harm I can see it doing is maybe draining the Democratic donor base of excess cash. Stein strikes me as a Iago-type marplot who (ala her spray painting) just likes to stir up trouble for its own sake because she enjoys being a pain in the neck to other people in general.

    The recount effort probably won’t go anywhere, but it will signal to all the disaffected Bernie Bros out there that it’s the Green Party that has the cojones to stand up to the Republican Party, while Hillary & Co. are just riding the Greens’ coattails now. As I said, I’ve been around Greenies for years, know some of the quite well, and they really do regard the Democrats as false allies, which they consider far worse than being an open enemy like the Republicans.

    The problem for Stein & Co. is that half of Trump’s platform is very similar to the Greens’. For example, the Greens have been campaigning for years against NAFTA and opposed the TPP and TTIP, all of which Trump is now in the process of dismantling. Stein also campaigned against Hillary for her dangerous saber-rattling at Russia. But Trump has already defused that situation and appears to have no interest in embroiling the US in any more misadventures overseas. Really, the only things that the Greens can campaign against Trump on are keeping our borders open and pushing extreme environmentalism, neither of which has much appeal to the voting public.

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  139. @Anonym
    I wonder if getting an inheritance from George depends on one being as bad as Soros the Elder. Meaning, they might only be temporarily as bad as he is.

    That thought had crossed my mind. It is odd that Soros Jr attends agitprop type stuff personally. One would think they have lower level functionaries for that. It's obvious Sr is a control freak though, as he would have stepped down by now if he wasn't.

    Dr. Evil never really trusted his son, Scott, either.

    Dr. Evil: You’re semi-evil. You’re quasi-evil. You’re the margarine of evil. You’re the Diet Coke of evil. Just one calorie, not evil enough.

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  140. SF says:

    Women’s rugby has a reputation as a lesbian sport, one example being Candace Gingrich, Newt’s sister. Wouldn’t being a gay woman of color get Ms. Manu some slack on this?

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    • Replies: @Jefferson
    "Women’s rugby has a reputation as a lesbian sport, one example being Candace Gingrich, Newt’s sister. Wouldn’t being a gay woman of color get Ms. Manu some slack on this?"

    With Pacific Islander women you can't always judge a book by it's cover. A lot of Lesbian looking Pacific Islander women are actually Heterosexual, it's just genetics that a lot of them are born looking butch. When I was in high school I was once approached by a Tongan woman who asked me out on a date, which surprised me because I thought she was a Dyke. I lied and told her I was already taken, even though I was single at the time.

    , @Anonymous Nephew
    Women's rugby may be a lesbian sport, but rugby is a Pacific Island sport - Fiji, Samoa, Tonga are all great teams to watch, and major rugby nations like New Zealand and England are always pinching their players - even Wales have the Tongan-born "Toby" Faletau.

    So there's a fair chance her rugby playing is more a Pacific Island thing than a lesbian thing.
  141. @Just some f'ing cop
    I have 12 years left at my blue-state police department and my highest hope is to retire before being directed to violate the Constitution. And I've got a little money set aside to pay for the two-day suspension I'm inevitably going to get for refusing to take a report on a hate (non) crime.

    If your first concern is your pension you are already owned by the Evil Ones.

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  142. JimB says:
    @dearieme
    At least they've not noticed yet that Trump assassinated Castro.

    “At least they’ve not noticed yet that Trump assassinated Castro.”

    Never use a Trump Collection Signature golf ball from a box with a serial number that ends in 88. They explode when you strike them.

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    • Replies: @JimB
    And I am totally joking in case some humorless idiot doesn't get it. Got it?
  143. Anonymous says: • Disclaimer
    @Svigor

    I’m not sure the Greens have enough mental brainpower to do more than drift from one flaky thought to the next. They’re very prone to fads and emotional uproars and don’t seem to have a stable philosophy beyond environmentalism.
     
    They're just leftists, and thus, forever subordinate to the Democrats.

    Real environmentalists could try:

    1. Denouncing and opposing overpopulation (the worst offenders most loudly), because Gaia.
    2. Denouncing and opposing mass immigration from less-developed nations to more-developed nations (because the immigrants carbon footprint goes through the roof).
    3. Denouncing and opposing mass immigration in general, because it increases strain on infrastructure and resources in destination countries, drives up consumption, enables overpopulation, etc.

    But they aren't real environmentalists. They're just leftists.

    They’ve always been pro-Cuba, which is the only sustainable country in the world:

    They’re one of the few people to have been consistently pro-Cuba and to have promoted Cuba as a model, so they’re one of the few people to have been “real environmentalists.”

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  144. Jefferson says:

    Donald J. Trump is not even president yet and The Huffington Post is already blaming him for racial segregation in America’s public schools. It would be racist to blame it on Barack Hussein Obama even though he has been president for the last 8 years.

    http://m.huffpost.com/us/entry/us_582a36f7e4b060adb56ff7ff

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    • Replies: @Shine a Light
    A closer reading of that article will show they are actually blaming the election of Trump on existing school segregation in the US. For example they believe if more white Americans had gone to school with Somali Muslims then these white folk would NOT have been open to Trump's message. I would say the exact opposite is true but that's just me...

    One example of a long standing conflict being resolved with almost ZERO integration is in Northern Ireland. Only about 5% of students go to integrated schools, the rest go to segregated Catholic or Protestant schooling. Most public housing is still heavily segregated although middle class and above housing is not. There is still a big beautiful "peace wall" separating Loyalist and Nationalist areas. There is not however a big beautiful door but there are gates that allow movement between the two areas duing daylight hours but these crossings are still shut down at night. These walls are an embarrassment to the government who want to tear them down but the residents of the various neighborhoods insist on keeping them.
  145. Jefferson says:
    @SF
    Women's rugby has a reputation as a lesbian sport, one example being Candace Gingrich, Newt's sister. Wouldn't being a gay woman of color get Ms. Manu some slack on this?

    “Women’s rugby has a reputation as a lesbian sport, one example being Candace Gingrich, Newt’s sister. Wouldn’t being a gay woman of color get Ms. Manu some slack on this?”

    With Pacific Islander women you can’t always judge a book by it’s cover. A lot of Lesbian looking Pacific Islander women are actually Heterosexual, it’s just genetics that a lot of them are born looking butch. When I was in high school I was once approached by a Tongan woman who asked me out on a date, which surprised me because I thought she was a Dyke. I lied and told her I was already taken, even though I was single at the time.

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  146. Anon says: • Disclaimer

    Never use a Trump Collection Signature golf ball from a box with a serial number that ends in 88. They explode when you strike them.

    I did not know that.

    And I read the internet a lot!

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  147. anon says: • Disclaimer
    @The Practical Conservative
    More interesting question is how did a black(ish) chick from a CalState go from NPR to the NYT (she's at the NYT now) before age 30? How did a state school kid get the mustard gas plum in the first place?

    More interesting question is how did a black(ish) chick from a CalState go from NPR to the NYT (she’s at the NYT now) before age 30? How did a state school kid get the mustard gas plum in the first place?

    From what I know, you meet a NYT reporter on a casual basis, agree to go out to dinner with him, have repeated sex with him, until he pulls some favors and gets you published in the paper, then if your essay wasn’t embarrassing, he talks you up with associates to cut you some more gigs.
    Don’t stop having sex with him during this critical period, or he’ll likely pull the rug out from under you, and you’ll be stuck back at NPR.

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    • Replies: @Formerly CARealist
    Does that sort of thing really happen? I thought the feminists were here to save us from all this "sleeping your way to the top" stuff.

    Anyway, any men with power at the NYT are likely to be uninterested in women.

    NPR as a stepping stone to the NYT. Ack.
    , @Ivy
    For further reference, see the Social Matter take on that theme.

    http://www.socialmatter.net/2016/11/19/wageskank/
  148. JimB says:
    @JimB
    "At least they’ve not noticed yet that Trump assassinated Castro."

    Never use a Trump Collection Signature golf ball from a box with a serial number that ends in 88. They explode when you strike them.

    And I am totally joking in case some humorless idiot doesn’t get it. Got it?

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  149. @SF
    Women's rugby has a reputation as a lesbian sport, one example being Candace Gingrich, Newt's sister. Wouldn't being a gay woman of color get Ms. Manu some slack on this?

    Women’s rugby may be a lesbian sport, but rugby is a Pacific Island sport – Fiji, Samoa, Tonga are all great teams to watch, and major rugby nations like New Zealand and England are always pinching their players – even Wales have the Tongan-born “Toby” Faletau.

    So there’s a fair chance her rugby playing is more a Pacific Island thing than a lesbian thing.

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  150. @Jefferson
    Donald J. Trump is not even president yet and The Huffington Post is already blaming him for racial segregation in America's public schools. It would be racist to blame it on Barack Hussein Obama even though he has been president for the last 8 years.
    http://m.huffpost.com/us/entry/us_582a36f7e4b060adb56ff7ff

    A closer reading of that article will show they are actually blaming the election of Trump on existing school segregation in the US. For example they believe if more white Americans had gone to school with Somali Muslims then these white folk would NOT have been open to Trump’s message. I would say the exact opposite is true but that’s just me…

    One example of a long standing conflict being resolved with almost ZERO integration is in Northern Ireland. Only about 5% of students go to integrated schools, the rest go to segregated Catholic or Protestant schooling. Most public housing is still heavily segregated although middle class and above housing is not. There is still a big beautiful “peace wall” separating Loyalist and Nationalist areas. There is not however a big beautiful door but there are gates that allow movement between the two areas duing daylight hours but these crossings are still shut down at night. These walls are an embarrassment to the government who want to tear them down but the residents of the various neighborhoods insist on keeping them.

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  151. @reiner Tor
    OT

    The German state TV comedy show makes a brave sketch about a politician of the anti-immigrant AfD party, where he's searching for the boyfriend of his daughter - a Muslim or a Lesbian?

    https://twitter.com/afdberlin/status/802436813482651648

    Must be one of the greatest moments of humor. In Hungary under communism comedians usually criticized the failures of the political system (of course there were taboos, all jokes had to be pre-approved), because they thought it would serve as a safety valve for the population. Our multiculturalist overlords seem to be stupid to think such "jokes" will not be noticed for what they are by us peasants.

    I just noticed what I wrote. Why did I mistranslate it? I didn’t mean to.

    Not a big issue, but annoying. In any event, not so important.

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  152. @PSR
    You must be joking. Somali women - even the young girls - are almost all chubby, and decidedly NOT attractive. Curiously, the men are reed thin, as often as not.

    Checking Google images I have to agree with you. The few ones I saw in Europe (though they were possibly Eritreans) gave me the wrong impression. Or maybe it’s the couple Somalian models? Never mind. You’re right, I stand corrected.

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    • Replies: @Anonymous Nephew
    In the flesh Somali girls are pretty slender and look neat with their colourful wraps. However they have some of the bad habits of their Somali brothers.

    It's amazing what you can get away with in the UK these days.

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/crime/8937856/Muslim-women-not-used-to-drinking-walk-free-after-attack-on-woman.html

    "However, the judge handed the women suspended sentences after hearing that they were not used to alcohol because their religion does not allow it.

    Miss Page said Ambaro Maxamed, 24, Ayan Maxamed, 28, and Hibo Maxamed, 24, and their 28-year-old cousin Ifrah Nur screamed "Kill the white slag" while kicking her in the head as she lay motionless on the ground.

    The support worker from Leicester was left "black and blue" with bruises and needed hospital treatment following the attack which came as she walked to a taxi rank with her boyfriend.

    Miss Page was left so traumatised by the attack that she lost her job.

    During the hearing, James Bide-Thomas, prosecuting, said Ambaro Maxamed, who started the violence, had called Miss Page a "white bitch" during the incident.

    However, the women, who are all Somalian Muslims, were not charged with racial aggravation."
     
  153. donut says:

    I think that it is better to die for a lost cause than to triumph in an unworthy one . And the Donut would rather charge with Pickett to his death than remain triumphant on that bloody field .

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  154. @reiner Tor
    Checking Google images I have to agree with you. The few ones I saw in Europe (though they were possibly Eritreans) gave me the wrong impression. Or maybe it's the couple Somalian models? Never mind. You're right, I stand corrected.

    In the flesh Somali girls are pretty slender and look neat with their colourful wraps. However they have some of the bad habits of their Somali brothers.

    It’s amazing what you can get away with in the UK these days.

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/crime/8937856/Muslim-women-not-used-to-drinking-walk-free-after-attack-on-woman.html

    “However, the judge handed the women suspended sentences after hearing that they were not used to alcohol because their religion does not allow it.

    Miss Page said Ambaro Maxamed, 24, Ayan Maxamed, 28, and Hibo Maxamed, 24, and their 28-year-old cousin Ifrah Nur screamed “Kill the white slag” while kicking her in the head as she lay motionless on the ground.

    The support worker from Leicester was left “black and blue” with bruises and needed hospital treatment following the attack which came as she walked to a taxi rank with her boyfriend.

    Miss Page was left so traumatised by the attack that she lost her job.

    During the hearing, James Bide-Thomas, prosecuting, said Ambaro Maxamed, who started the violence, had called Miss Page a “white bitch” during the incident.

    However, the women, who are all Somalian Muslims, were not charged with racial aggravation.”

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    • Replies: @reiner Tor

    However, the women, who are all Somalian Muslims, were not charged with racial aggravation.
     
    That part never ceases to amaze me. These minorities go out of their way to make their racial hatred of whites as explicit as possible, yet they never get prosecuted for it. If I would be them, I'd feel nothing but contempt for whites who allow this.
  155. @Anonymous Nephew
    In the flesh Somali girls are pretty slender and look neat with their colourful wraps. However they have some of the bad habits of their Somali brothers.

    It's amazing what you can get away with in the UK these days.

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/crime/8937856/Muslim-women-not-used-to-drinking-walk-free-after-attack-on-woman.html

    "However, the judge handed the women suspended sentences after hearing that they were not used to alcohol because their religion does not allow it.

    Miss Page said Ambaro Maxamed, 24, Ayan Maxamed, 28, and Hibo Maxamed, 24, and their 28-year-old cousin Ifrah Nur screamed "Kill the white slag" while kicking her in the head as she lay motionless on the ground.

    The support worker from Leicester was left "black and blue" with bruises and needed hospital treatment following the attack which came as she walked to a taxi rank with her boyfriend.

    Miss Page was left so traumatised by the attack that she lost her job.

    During the hearing, James Bide-Thomas, prosecuting, said Ambaro Maxamed, who started the violence, had called Miss Page a "white bitch" during the incident.

    However, the women, who are all Somalian Muslims, were not charged with racial aggravation."
     

    However, the women, who are all Somalian Muslims, were not charged with racial aggravation.

    That part never ceases to amaze me. These minorities go out of their way to make their racial hatred of whites as explicit as possible, yet they never get prosecuted for it. If I would be them, I’d feel nothing but contempt for whites who allow this.

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  156. @Jefferson
    "Stein is the sort of woman who thought it was a good idea to go and spraypaint a pipeline at her advanced age. She’s an emotionally immature idiot stuck in perpetual teenager-hood."

    Jill Stein is a hippie Baby Boomer. She was 19 years old during Woodstock, so everyday is 1969 for her. I bet her favorite singer is Janis Joplin.

    Stein is insane, period, and her favorite singer is Joan Baez, not Joplin who after singing about wanting God to bless her with a Porsche, was then disqualified from admission into the anti-automobile, anti-capitalism club.

    One of the prime leftist goals being the elimination of privat automobiles.
    The old UdSSR had all of the resources for the creation of an encompassing automobile industry, however the commie honchos feared the vision of a mobile populace like a vampire holy water.

    Authenticjazzman, “Mensa” Society member of forty-plus years and pro jazz artist.

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    • Replies: @CJ
    You may be a musical genius, but it was a Mercedes-Benz that Joplin wanted God to buy for her. Her friends all had Porsches, she had to make amends.
    , @res

    her favorite singer is Joan Baez, not Joplin who after singing about wanting God to bless her with a Porsche
     
    Minor correction (agree with your primary point). Janis sang about a Mercedes Benz:
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mercedes_Benz_(song)
    but famously owned a psychedelic Porsche:
    http://money.cnn.com/2015/12/10/luxury/janis-joplin-porsche-auction/
    , @Thea
    The wisdom of allowing large sectors of the population to drive can be questioned by the very high death rate. Also, one could argue they enable teenage promiscuity and accelerate alienation to faraway, sterile suburbs. Their cultural impact has serious downsides.
    , @BenKenobi
    I do believe Ms Joplin wanted a Mercedes-Benz.

    I also think her singing sounds like a house cat being vivisected. But that's just, like, my opinion man.
    , @Anonymous Nephew
    I'm pretty sure that "Mercedes Benz" was written as a counterblast to the consumerism it mocks.

    But writing it didn't stop Janis from wanting and getting her Porsche. "A woman's needs are manifold", as that great lyricist Benny Hill put it.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mercedes_Benz_%28song%29

    http://www.carmagazine.co.uk/features/car-culture/janis-joplins-psychedelic-porsche-sold-at-auction-for-12m/

  157. Anonymous says: • Disclaimer
    @gcochran
    Not many people in Massachusetts are descended from the people there in 1700.

    Not many people in Massachusetts are descended from the people there in 1700.

    Yes, but many of the descendants of the Puritans still live in Massachusetts and still have influence there. For example, descendants of Cotton Mather currently live around Burlington.

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    • Replies: @Foreign Expert
    I've read that there are more people with Italian names than people with yankee names in Massachusetts.
  158. CJ says:
    @Authenticjazzman
    Stein is insane, period, and her favorite singer is Joan Baez, not Joplin who after singing about wanting God to bless her with a Porsche, was then disqualified from admission into the anti-automobile, anti-capitalism club.

    One of the prime leftist goals being the elimination of privat automobiles.
    The old UdSSR had all of the resources for the creation of an encompassing automobile industry, however the commie honchos feared the vision of a mobile populace like a vampire holy water.

    Authenticjazzman, "Mensa" Society member of forty-plus years and pro jazz artist.

    You may be a musical genius, but it was a Mercedes-Benz that Joplin wanted God to buy for her. Her friends all had Porsches, she had to make amends.

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  159. res says:
    @Authenticjazzman
    Stein is insane, period, and her favorite singer is Joan Baez, not Joplin who after singing about wanting God to bless her with a Porsche, was then disqualified from admission into the anti-automobile, anti-capitalism club.

    One of the prime leftist goals being the elimination of privat automobiles.
    The old UdSSR had all of the resources for the creation of an encompassing automobile industry, however the commie honchos feared the vision of a mobile populace like a vampire holy water.

    Authenticjazzman, "Mensa" Society member of forty-plus years and pro jazz artist.

    her favorite singer is Joan Baez, not Joplin who after singing about wanting God to bless her with a Porsche

    Minor correction (agree with your primary point). Janis sang about a Mercedes Benz:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mercedes_Benz_(song)

    but famously owned a psychedelic Porsche:

    http://money.cnn.com/2015/12/10/luxury/janis-joplin-porsche-auction/

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    • Replies: @Authenticjazzman
    OKay she did in fact say : MB.

    My mistake. I owned two MBs, and eleven Alfas, (In succession) several of them are rare high-priced items today.

    Authenticjazzman, "Mensa" Society member of forty-plus years and pro jazz artist
  160. Thea says:
    @Authenticjazzman
    Stein is insane, period, and her favorite singer is Joan Baez, not Joplin who after singing about wanting God to bless her with a Porsche, was then disqualified from admission into the anti-automobile, anti-capitalism club.

    One of the prime leftist goals being the elimination of privat automobiles.
    The old UdSSR had all of the resources for the creation of an encompassing automobile industry, however the commie honchos feared the vision of a mobile populace like a vampire holy water.

    Authenticjazzman, "Mensa" Society member of forty-plus years and pro jazz artist.

    The wisdom of allowing large sectors of the population to drive can be questioned by the very high death rate. Also, one could argue they enable teenage promiscuity and accelerate alienation to faraway, sterile suburbs. Their cultural impact has serious downsides.

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  161. @Anonymous

    Not many people in Massachusetts are descended from the people there in 1700.
     
    Yes, but many of the descendants of the Puritans still live in Massachusetts and still have influence there. For example, descendants of Cotton Mather currently live around Burlington.

    I’ve read that there are more people with Italian names than people with yankee names in Massachusetts.

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    • Replies: @Hibernian
    It's a populous state; more Italians than Yankees doesn't mean there aren't a fair number of Yankees.
  162. I’m guessing Izzy Manu is a hearty Polynesian who likes practical jokes.

    If she comes to St Paul, she qualifies for a free cone, complete with “izzy” of another flavor, at Izzy’s Ice Cream. But she has to submit to a Polaroid for their back wall.

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  163. @anon

    More interesting question is how did a black(ish) chick from a CalState go from NPR to the NYT (she’s at the NYT now) before age 30? How did a state school kid get the mustard gas plum in the first place?
     
    From what I know, you meet a NYT reporter on a casual basis, agree to go out to dinner with him, have repeated sex with him, until he pulls some favors and gets you published in the paper, then if your essay wasn't embarrassing, he talks you up with associates to cut you some more gigs.
    Don't stop having sex with him during this critical period, or he'll likely pull the rug out from under you, and you'll be stuck back at NPR.

    Does that sort of thing really happen? I thought the feminists were here to save us from all this “sleeping your way to the top” stuff.

    Anyway, any men with power at the NYT are likely to be uninterested in women.

    NPR as a stepping stone to the NYT. Ack.

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    • Replies: @Anon

    Does that sort of thing really happen? I thought the feminists were here to save us from all this “sleeping your way to the top” stuff.
     
    Just saying what I've seen.
    , @Jefferson
    "Anyway, any men with power at the NYT are likely to be uninterested in women."

    Are you saying men with power at The NYT are all Homosexuals? The NYT is run by The Gay Mafia?

  164. Svigor says:

    http://m.huffpost.com/us/entry/us_582a36f7e4b060adb56ff7ff

    How much integrating do Rebecca Klein’s people do with blacks? Not much. It’s very easy to find out how much “intermarrying” (racist Jewish term for a Jewish white marrying a non-Jewish white) Jews do. Run a search and you’ll get plenty of numbers, though they may not be reliable. But how much marrying do Jews do with blacks? That’s a state secret, apparently. Apparently, the number is so low, that Jews (famous for their supposed liberalism; voted 71% for Trump) find it embarrassing, and sweep it under the rug.

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  165. BenKenobi says:
    @Authenticjazzman
    Stein is insane, period, and her favorite singer is Joan Baez, not Joplin who after singing about wanting God to bless her with a Porsche, was then disqualified from admission into the anti-automobile, anti-capitalism club.

    One of the prime leftist goals being the elimination of privat automobiles.
    The old UdSSR had all of the resources for the creation of an encompassing automobile industry, however the commie honchos feared the vision of a mobile populace like a vampire holy water.

    Authenticjazzman, "Mensa" Society member of forty-plus years and pro jazz artist.

    I do believe Ms Joplin wanted a Mercedes-Benz.

    I also think her singing sounds like a house cat being vivisected. But that’s just, like, my opinion man.

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    • Replies: @CCZ
    You are correct. "A song of great social and political import." (Her words.)

    1 minute excerpt version:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C-GFqhCq2HA

  166. anon says: • Disclaimer

    That part never ceases to amaze me. These minorities go out of their way to make their racial hatred of whites as explicit as possible, yet they never get prosecuted for it. If I would be them, I’d feel nothing but contempt for whites who allow this.

    Even worse, since it’s a problem that never ends, Obama picks the worst blacks from the acknowledged, hands-down winner of “Shithole of the World” award: Somalia, and imports them in huge numbers!

    At least the stinky rainbow to the Obama social shitstorm is it’ll be another 100 years before ANY blacks, including and especially mulattos, has a chance of being elected in what’s left of this country.

    We’ve learned the hard way what a racially confused, black wannabee can do to a modern civilized society. Obama turned out to be nothing more than an early ’70′s style “Boss Negro.”

    Corrupt, arrogant, anxiety, and confusion, wrapped in a discount Sidney Poitier wrapper, masquerading as policy.

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    • Replies: @Kylie
    Speaking of Somalis...

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3978944/Active-shooter-reported-Ohio-State-University.html

    He was an active stabber, not an active shooter.

    But he was a Somali.

  167. @Authenticjazzman
    Stein is insane, period, and her favorite singer is Joan Baez, not Joplin who after singing about wanting God to bless her with a Porsche, was then disqualified from admission into the anti-automobile, anti-capitalism club.

    One of the prime leftist goals being the elimination of privat automobiles.
    The old UdSSR had all of the resources for the creation of an encompassing automobile industry, however the commie honchos feared the vision of a mobile populace like a vampire holy water.

    Authenticjazzman, "Mensa" Society member of forty-plus years and pro jazz artist.

    I’m pretty sure that “Mercedes Benz” was written as a counterblast to the consumerism it mocks.

    But writing it didn’t stop Janis from wanting and getting her Porsche. “A woman’s needs are manifold”, as that great lyricist Benny Hill put it.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mercedes_Benz_%28song%29

    http://www.carmagazine.co.uk/features/car-culture/janis-joplins-psychedelic-porsche-sold-at-auction-for-12m/

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    • Replies: @Authenticjazzman
    Okay second try as there is apparently something subversive in this innocuous opinion and it was barred in the first attempt:

    " Written as a counterblast to the consumerism it mocks".

    This is your personal interpretation, which has no basis in fact, or you were/are able to read her mind.

    I seriously doubt that she was an "Anti-comsumserist", and what she did to that beautiful Porsche was a crime.

    Authenticjazzman, "Mensa" Society member of forty-plus years and pro jazz artist.
  168. CCZ says:
    @BenKenobi
    I do believe Ms Joplin wanted a Mercedes-Benz.

    I also think her singing sounds like a house cat being vivisected. But that's just, like, my opinion man.

    You are correct. “A song of great social and political import.” (Her words.)

    1 minute excerpt version:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C-GFqhCq2HA

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  169. CCZ says:
    @bomag

    fight between Somali Muslim &...
     
    Culture spread, mission accomplished.

    Where is the next geographic move for the missionaries of Somali civil war?

    Ohio State University

    Suspect Dead, 9 in Hospital After Ohio State Car-and-Knife Attack

    Law enforcement officials told NBC News the suspect’s name is Abdul Artan, an 18-year-old student at the university. He was a Somali refugee who left his homeland with his family in 2007, lived in Pakistan and then came to the United States in 2014 as a legal permanent resident of the United States, officials said.

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  170. @res

    her favorite singer is Joan Baez, not Joplin who after singing about wanting God to bless her with a Porsche
     
    Minor correction (agree with your primary point). Janis sang about a Mercedes Benz:
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mercedes_Benz_(song)
    but famously owned a psychedelic Porsche:
    http://money.cnn.com/2015/12/10/luxury/janis-joplin-porsche-auction/

    OKay she did in fact say : MB.

    My mistake. I owned two MBs, and eleven Alfas, (In succession) several of them are rare high-priced items today.

    Authenticjazzman, “Mensa” Society member of forty-plus years and pro jazz artist

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    • Replies: @BB753
    As a musician and presumably genius, do you think that Joplin could sing? Because I beg to differ.
  171. Kylie says:
    @anon

    That part never ceases to amaze me. These minorities go out of their way to make their racial hatred of whites as explicit as possible, yet they never get prosecuted for it. If I would be them, I’d feel nothing but contempt for whites who allow this.
     
    Even worse, since it's a problem that never ends, Obama picks the worst blacks from the acknowledged, hands-down winner of "Shithole of the World" award: Somalia, and imports them in huge numbers!

    At least the stinky rainbow to the Obama social shitstorm is it'll be another 100 years before ANY blacks, including and especially mulattos, has a chance of being elected in what's left of this country.

    We've learned the hard way what a racially confused, black wannabee can do to a modern civilized society. Obama turned out to be nothing more than an early '70's style "Boss Negro."

    Corrupt, arrogant, anxiety, and confusion, wrapped in a discount Sidney Poitier wrapper, masquerading as policy.

    Speaking of Somalis…

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3978944/Active-shooter-reported-Ohio-State-University.html

    He was an active stabber, not an active shooter.

    But he was a Somali.

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    • Replies: @CCZ
    From Facebook page of Somali Student Association at OSU:
    https://www.facebook.com/SSAatOSU/

    “The purpose of this organization is to meet the academic, social, and cultural needs of the Somali students at OSU. It is also to promote unity amongst fellow Somalis, bring awareness of our nation’s cultural heritage and history to both Somalis and non-Somalis, and play a positive role in the Somali community.

    The SSA is an organization on the OSU campus that raises awareness of Somali culture and is a representation of the diverse Somali community in Columbus.”
     
    Good to know that ASSIMILATION is a fundamental part of the group’s mission (“bring awareness of our nation’s cultural heritage and history to both Somalis…”). Opps, wrong nation’s cultural heritage and history. Silly me!!
  172. CCZ says:
    @Kylie
    Speaking of Somalis...

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3978944/Active-shooter-reported-Ohio-State-University.html

    He was an active stabber, not an active shooter.

    But he was a Somali.

    From Facebook page of Somali Student Association at OSU:

    https://www.facebook.com/SSAatOSU/

    “The purpose of this organization is to meet the academic, social, and cultural needs of the Somali students at OSU. It is also to promote unity amongst fellow Somalis, bring awareness of our nation’s cultural heritage and history to both Somalis and non-Somalis, and play a positive role in the Somali community.

    The SSA is an organization on the OSU campus that raises awareness of Somali culture and is a representation of the diverse Somali community in Columbus.”

    Good to know that ASSIMILATION is a fundamental part of the group’s mission (“bring awareness of our nation’s cultural heritage and history to both Somalis…”). Opps, wrong nation’s cultural heritage and history. Silly me!!

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    • Replies: @Jefferson
    "Good to know that ASSIMILATION is a fundamental part of the group’s mission (“bring awareness of our nation’s cultural heritage and history to both Somalis…”). Opps, wrong nation’s cultural heritage and history. Silly me!!"

    Somalis are the new Italians. White is a social construct, you racist anti-immigrant nativist xenophobe. We are a nation of immigrants. Somalis and other Muslims are no different than Ellis Island immigrants.
  173. BB753 says:
    @Authenticjazzman
    OKay she did in fact say : MB.

    My mistake. I owned two MBs, and eleven Alfas, (In succession) several of them are rare high-priced items today.

    Authenticjazzman, "Mensa" Society member of forty-plus years and pro jazz artist

    As a musician and presumably genius, do you think that Joplin could sing? Because I beg to differ.

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    • Replies: @Authenticjazzman
    " Do you think Joplin could sing".

    Not really sing, she could however bring out a sort of bluesy feeling. An Anita O'day, or Peggy Lee she was not.

    As far as pop artists goes Mama Cass could most certainly "sing", I heard her do a beautiful rendition of an old swing tune " Dream a little dream of me", and she was right on the money, a true natural, untrained : "Singer".

    Authenticjazzman, "Mensa" society member of forty-plus years and pro jazz artist.

    PS : I am also a vocalist and have therefore a bit of knowledge in this area.

  174. Ivy says:
    @anon

    More interesting question is how did a black(ish) chick from a CalState go from NPR to the NYT (she’s at the NYT now) before age 30? How did a state school kid get the mustard gas plum in the first place?
     
    From what I know, you meet a NYT reporter on a casual basis, agree to go out to dinner with him, have repeated sex with him, until he pulls some favors and gets you published in the paper, then if your essay wasn't embarrassing, he talks you up with associates to cut you some more gigs.
    Don't stop having sex with him during this critical period, or he'll likely pull the rug out from under you, and you'll be stuck back at NPR.

    For further reference, see the Social Matter take on that theme.

    http://www.socialmatter.net/2016/11/19/wageskank/

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  175. Anon says: • Disclaimer
    @Formerly CARealist
    Does that sort of thing really happen? I thought the feminists were here to save us from all this "sleeping your way to the top" stuff.

    Anyway, any men with power at the NYT are likely to be uninterested in women.

    NPR as a stepping stone to the NYT. Ack.

    Does that sort of thing really happen? I thought the feminists were here to save us from all this “sleeping your way to the top” stuff.

    Just saying what I’ve seen.

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  176. Hibernian says:
    @Foreign Expert
    I've read that there are more people with Italian names than people with yankee names in Massachusetts.

    It’s a populous state; more Italians than Yankees doesn’t mean there aren’t a fair number of Yankees.

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    • Replies: @Foreign Expert
    Nowadays names don't tell you everything. I have a nephew with an Italian name who is a double mayflower descendant.
  177. @Hibernian
    It's a populous state; more Italians than Yankees doesn't mean there aren't a fair number of Yankees.

    Nowadays names don’t tell you everything. I have a nephew with an Italian name who is a double mayflower descendant.

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  178. Jefferson says:
    @Formerly CARealist
    Does that sort of thing really happen? I thought the feminists were here to save us from all this "sleeping your way to the top" stuff.

    Anyway, any men with power at the NYT are likely to be uninterested in women.

    NPR as a stepping stone to the NYT. Ack.

    “Anyway, any men with power at the NYT are likely to be uninterested in women.”

    Are you saying men with power at The NYT are all Homosexuals? The NYT is run by The Gay Mafia?

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  179. Jefferson says:
    @CCZ
    From Facebook page of Somali Student Association at OSU:
    https://www.facebook.com/SSAatOSU/

    “The purpose of this organization is to meet the academic, social, and cultural needs of the Somali students at OSU. It is also to promote unity amongst fellow Somalis, bring awareness of our nation’s cultural heritage and history to both Somalis and non-Somalis, and play a positive role in the Somali community.

    The SSA is an organization on the OSU campus that raises awareness of Somali culture and is a representation of the diverse Somali community in Columbus.”
     
    Good to know that ASSIMILATION is a fundamental part of the group’s mission (“bring awareness of our nation’s cultural heritage and history to both Somalis…”). Opps, wrong nation’s cultural heritage and history. Silly me!!

    “Good to know that ASSIMILATION is a fundamental part of the group’s mission (“bring awareness of our nation’s cultural heritage and history to both Somalis…”). Opps, wrong nation’s cultural heritage and history. Silly me!!”

    Somalis are the new Italians. White is a social construct, you racist anti-immigrant nativist xenophobe. We are a nation of immigrants. Somalis and other Muslims are no different than Ellis Island immigrants.

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    • Replies: @reiner Tor
    If you can imagine dumb, unimaginative and uncivilized Italians with extremely strong inclinations to violence, stronger clannishness than Sicilians ever had, all the dysfunctions of Africa and the Middle East combined, and of course with Islam added to the picture, then yes, Somalis are very much like Italians.
  180. @Jefferson
    "Good to know that ASSIMILATION is a fundamental part of the group’s mission (“bring awareness of our nation’s cultural heritage and history to both Somalis…”). Opps, wrong nation’s cultural heritage and history. Silly me!!"

    Somalis are the new Italians. White is a social construct, you racist anti-immigrant nativist xenophobe. We are a nation of immigrants. Somalis and other Muslims are no different than Ellis Island immigrants.

    If you can imagine dumb, unimaginative and uncivilized Italians with extremely strong inclinations to violence, stronger clannishness than Sicilians ever had, all the dysfunctions of Africa and the Middle East combined, and of course with Islam added to the picture, then yes, Somalis are very much like Italians.

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  181. @BB753
    As a musician and presumably genius, do you think that Joplin could sing? Because I beg to differ.

    ” Do you think Joplin could sing”.

    Not really sing, she could however bring out a sort of bluesy feeling. An Anita O’day, or Peggy Lee she was not.

    As far as pop artists goes Mama Cass could most certainly “sing”, I heard her do a beautiful rendition of an old swing tune ” Dream a little dream of me”, and she was right on the money, a true natural, untrained : “Singer”.

    Authenticjazzman, “Mensa” society member of forty-plus years and pro jazz artist.

    PS : I am also a vocalist and have therefore a bit of knowledge in this area.

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  182. @Anonymous Nephew
    I'm pretty sure that "Mercedes Benz" was written as a counterblast to the consumerism it mocks.

    But writing it didn't stop Janis from wanting and getting her Porsche. "A woman's needs are manifold", as that great lyricist Benny Hill put it.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mercedes_Benz_%28song%29

    http://www.carmagazine.co.uk/features/car-culture/janis-joplins-psychedelic-porsche-sold-at-auction-for-12m/

    Okay second try as there is apparently something subversive in this innocuous opinion and it was barred in the first attempt:

    ” Written as a counterblast to the consumerism it mocks”.

    This is your personal interpretation, which has no basis in fact, or you were/are able to read her mind.

    I seriously doubt that she was an “Anti-comsumserist”, and what she did to that beautiful Porsche was a crime.

    Authenticjazzman, “Mensa” Society member of forty-plus years and pro jazz artist.

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  183. Olorin says:
    @Alec Leamas
    Manu is often a short form of Manusamoa/Manu Samoa, which was the name of a Samoan warrior and naturally indicates Samoan ancestry. cf. Manusamoa Tuilagi, Somoan born Rugby Union player who has established residency and plays internationally for England.

    Furthering iSteve's hunch, Izzy is likely a big, jolly Samoan.

    Jolly now, but we’ll see how long that lasts.

    In hereabouts parts of Pugetopolis, Samoans are known for getting into fights, causing crashes in street racing, domestic abuse, and things like this, sent to me last year from friends in the state capital:

    http://www.theolympian.com/news/local/crime/article49772960.html

    Local extremely orderly Filipinos of my acquaintance whisper that gang activity among the Samoans in their neighborhoods is high…as among LA Samoans in general, IIRC, particularly when they and other Polynesians (esp. Tongans, I’m told) get all turfy n sheeit.

    Don’t I recall that somewhere in LA (Long Beach?) the Samoan population is over 1%, and there’s about two dozen constantly splintering gangs importing their motherland’s gun and drug activity?

    And was there not some Samoan Flag Day in LA where a gunman opened fire and took out some kids and women before he was taken down by rent-a-cops hired for the event?

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