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Kamala Harris will sue hairstylist-to-the-stars Jen Atkin for stealing the planned title for Kamala’s upcoming memoir/self-help book.

 
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  1. Ars Technica, which is not a political site but which has been invaded by the same leftists as everything else, is flat out lying that Trump told “insurrectionists”* to “invade” the Capitol (he told people to go home, and Twitter censored him for it). Ars is also cheering that social media feels emboldened to censor more.

    *Insurrectionists. Meddling. Lean forward. What is it with the clumsyness of leftist word choice? Is this the outermost edge of homosexuality?

    • Replies: @Jonathan Mason
    @J.Ross

    It wasn't that Trump told them to go home it was that he continued to insist that the election was stolen, and that the ceremony that Congress was enacting was illegitimate, thus adding fuel to the fires that he had himself started.

    As the commander-in-chief and head of the federal government, he should have instructed the deplorables to report to law enforcement with their IDs in hand.

    It is surely only a matter of time now before the media delicately reports that ambulances drew up in front of the White House and that soon afterwards an unnamed white male was removed in a straight jacket and taken to the Walter Reed military hospital.

    Replies: @J.Ross, @Anonymous, @Known Fact, @Thirdtwin, @R.G. Camara

    , @TelfoedJohn
    @J.Ross

    Ars Technica was the workplace of the journalist Peter Bright - who was convicted of child-sex charges. He was quite open about his predilections on the Ars Technica forums, and no other Ars journalist called him out on it. They all pretended they knew nothing when he was arrested.

    , @anon
    @J.Ross

    Ars Technica

    Converged by SJW's several years ago, maybe in 2010, but definitely by 2014. That's when Ars editors took sides during GamerGate...notably by throttling debate in a one-sided manner. The usual SJW stuff.

    Ars is also cheering that social media feels emboldened to censor more.

    SJW's always double down.

    , @anon
    @J.Ross

    "Ars Technica, which is not a political site but which has been invaded by the same leftists as everything else, is flat out lying"


    Science says liberals, not conservatives, are psychotic

    https://nypost.com/2016/06/09/science-says-liberal-beliefs-are-linked-to-pyschotic-traits/

    New study concludes liberals more likely to support censorship, hold double standards

    https://wqad.com/2019/10/03/new-study-concludes-women-and-liberals-more-likely-to-support-censorship-hold-double-standards/

    Pathological lying is in Factor 1 of the Psychopathy Checklist (PCL)

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pathological_lying
     
  2. I know it is widely believed that the young Kamala Harris had a sexual relationship with her mentor Willie Brown.

    Some people have even alleged that this was a prostitution relationship, in other words that he was paying her for each sexual encounter.

    But all this was many years ago and she didn’t have children for him, which is the classic way in which women parlay sex into a share of wealth and power.

    Can you provide some more information about how she has showed a pattern of exchanging sex for money or promotion throughout her career?

    And even if this is all true, how different is this in essence from the careers of people like Nancy Reagan and Melania Trump who have gone from the whore house to the White House in a time-honored American tradition? Or really of any woman who, has married a rich and powerful man?

    And even if it is all 100% true and that she has blown her way to the top, wouldn’t this be useful experience in politics? Didn’t Mike Pence get and keep his current position by frequently switching between kneeling and being supine?

    • Replies: @Gapeseed
    @Jonathan Mason

    Long setup but nice payoff.

    , @Polistra
    @Jonathan Mason


    people like Nancy Reagan and Melania Trump who have gone from the whore house to the White House in a time-honored American tradition?
     
    For filth like that, you should have your tongue cut out. You are a disgrace.

    Replies: @Gary in Gramercy

    , @black sea
    @Jonathan Mason


    Some people have even alleged that this was a prostitution relationship, in other words that he was paying her for each sexual encounter.
     
    I've never run across this allegation, not that I've spent my days researching Harris' relationship to Willie Brown. Can you provide a link to an article that alleges this, i.e. that he was paying her for each individual sexual encounter?

    On another note, the suggestion that any woman who marries a rich and powerful man is a whore is not only slanderous, but absurd. Women respond to markers of suitability and fitness in their selection of spouses, as do men.

    Rich and powerful men have attributes that attract many women because -- consciously or subconsciously -- they want those same attributes in their offspring. They also want to be provided for during the child-rearing years and to give their offspring the best foot forward. In other words, a lot of the desire to marry a rich and powerful man has to do with procreative success. This may not be particularly noble, but a 42 year-old man chasing an 21-year-old woman isn't either, though it may be understandable.

    Replies: @Jonathan Mason, @anon

    , @Ron Mexico
    @Jonathan Mason

    I am sure Kamala would cackle at your attempt to defend her honor.

    Replies: @Gary in Gramercy

    , @SunBakedSuburb
    @Jonathan Mason

    "Mike Pence"

    Long-time CIA asset Pence was one of many Brutuses slithering around Trump.

    , @JimDandy
    @Jonathan Mason

    Hey, genius, she's not going to be First Lady. She's almost certainly going to be President of the United States. POTUS HOTUS.

    , @Anon
    @Jonathan Mason

    Sidwill Friends, Chicago Latin, Wellesley and Chicago's Lake Shore Dr Gold Coast neighborhood aren’t whore houses.

    Replies: @Hibernian

    , @Mr. Anon
    @Jonathan Mason


    Can you provide some more information about how she has showed a pattern of exchanging sex for money or promotion throughout her career?
     
    While she was Brown's kept woman, she was appointed to half-time do-nothing government jobs that paid six figures - low six figures but that's still pretty good for a make-work job. He also reportedly gave her a BMW.

    Replies: @danand

    , @anon
    @Jonathan Mason


    people like Nancy Reagan and Melania Trump who have gone from the whore house to the White House in a time-honored American tradition?
     
    Did either of those women hold an elected office, and how is that different from Pelosi marrying an up-and-coming venture capitalist, riding his success to a $5 million vineyard? Or Hillary riding Bill to that same White House? What is it with leftists and not being able to make subtle distinctions? Or do they just lie all the time ...?

    New study concludes ... liberals more likely to support censorship, hold double standards

    https://wqad.com/2019/10/03/new-study-concludes-women-and-liberals-more-likely-to-support-censorship-hold-double-standards/

     

    Oh

    Replies: @Jonathan Mason

  3. @Jonathan Mason
    I know it is widely believed that the young Kamala Harris had a sexual relationship with her mentor Willie Brown.

    Some people have even alleged that this was a prostitution relationship, in other words that he was paying her for each sexual encounter.

    But all this was many years ago and she didn't have children for him, which is the classic way in which women parlay sex into a share of wealth and power.

    Can you provide some more information about how she has showed a pattern of exchanging sex for money or promotion throughout her career?

    And even if this is all true, how different is this in essence from the careers of people like Nancy Reagan and Melania Trump who have gone from the whore house to the White House in a time-honored American tradition? Or really of any woman who, has married a rich and powerful man?

    And even if it is all 100% true and that she has blown her way to the top, wouldn't this be useful experience in politics? Didn't Mike Pence get and keep his current position by frequently switching between kneeling and being supine?

    Replies: @Gapeseed, @Polistra, @black sea, @Ron Mexico, @SunBakedSuburb, @JimDandy, @Anon, @Mr. Anon, @anon

    Long setup but nice payoff.

  4. Now that they have the White House, Senate and House, what are the Dems going to do first?

    Could they push through an immigration amnesty, or is there still a filibuster?

  5. @J.Ross
    Ars Technica, which is not a political site but which has been invaded by the same leftists as everything else, is flat out lying that Trump told "insurrectionists"* to "invade" the Capitol (he told people to go home, and Twitter censored him for it). Ars is also cheering that social media feels emboldened to censor more.

    *Insurrectionists. Meddling. Lean forward. What is it with the clumsyness of leftist word choice? Is this the outermost edge of homosexuality?

    Replies: @Jonathan Mason, @TelfoedJohn, @anon, @anon

    It wasn’t that Trump told them to go home it was that he continued to insist that the election was stolen, and that the ceremony that Congress was enacting was illegitimate, thus adding fuel to the fires that he had himself started.

    As the commander-in-chief and head of the federal government, he should have instructed the deplorables to report to law enforcement with their IDs in hand.

    It is surely only a matter of time now before the media delicately reports that ambulances drew up in front of the White House and that soon afterwards an unnamed white male was removed in a straight jacket and taken to the Walter Reed military hospital.

    • Replies: @J.Ross
    @Jonathan Mason

    The President objectively did not tell anyone to riot or to illegally enter any building and the lyingpress is lying when they say he did.
    What's happening is the bullied kid is getting slammed with full force of the law because he swung at the bullies who were bullying him for years without fear of consequence. Either there is law or not. If you want to end violence from group B then maybe you could bother to prosecute the arsonists, burglars, looters, murderers, attempted murderers, traffic blockers, and "peaceful protesters" in licensed-to-kill group A. If group A can do it then group B can too. No amount of persecuting group B can counteract the provocation of group A.

    , @Anonymous
    @Jonathan Mason

    Naaaa. Protected by loyal military, marine honor guards and secret service.

    , @Known Fact
    @Jonathan Mason

    This is the real problem the Swamp and the media have with Trump -- he's calling BS on the whole corrupt charade our politics has become.

    He also happens to be the only American figure who can draw, command and spellbind so vast a crowd, so by definition he must be like that certain German fella. That makes the establishment very jealous and a little nervous (It's the whole point by the way of The Fountainhead, or the even better Rollerball -- an inspired individual must be co-opted or silenced).

    The farcical scenes of invaders traipsing around the hallowed halls of Congress also puncture the solemn vanity of our "duly elected representatives," a vanity that is almost as precious to them as the kickbacks, self-dealing and other perks that come with the office.

    , @Thirdtwin
    @Jonathan Mason

    Look what “hiding in his bunker” got him when Blamtifa tried to storm the White House and burn down a church across the street. Now that was a day when an ambulance might have pulled up outside the White House and whisked him off to Walter Reed. Definitely a day when Secret Service agents were hauled off to the hospital. Trump was also roundly criticized and blamed for that mob action. But you’ve forgotten all about that day, haven’t you?

    , @R.G. Camara
    @Jonathan Mason

    Looks like Mr. Soros has deployed a new paid troll to iSteve in the wake of the Crooked Vote protests. A bit overdoing it in your postings, don't you think?

  6. It wasn’t that Trump told them to go home it was that he continued to insist that the election was stolen, and that the ceremony that Congress was enacting was illegitimate, thus adding fuel to the fires that he had himself started.

    As the commander-in-chief and head of the federal government, he should have instructed the deplorables to report to law enforcement with their IDs in hand.

    It is surely only a matter of time now before the media delicately reports that ambulances drew up in front of the White House and that soon afterwards an unnamed white male was removed in a straight jacket and taken to the Walter Reed military hospital.

    • Replies: @Dieter Kief
    @Jonathan Mason

    1) Trump is still in Trump-mode, always up for the next fight.

    2) Even though he did not manage to pass the George Steinbrenner test, unfortunately.

    Replies: @RichardTaylor, @Jonathan Mason

    , @Ron Mexico
    @Jonathan Mason

    "It is surely only a matter of time now before the media delicately reports that ambulances drew up in front of the White House and that soon afterwards an unnamed white male was removed in a straight jacket and taken to the Walter Reed military hospital."
    You're going to go blind masturbating so much.

    Replies: @Gary in Gramercy

  7. @Jonathan Mason
    @J.Ross

    It wasn't that Trump told them to go home it was that he continued to insist that the election was stolen, and that the ceremony that Congress was enacting was illegitimate, thus adding fuel to the fires that he had himself started.

    As the commander-in-chief and head of the federal government, he should have instructed the deplorables to report to law enforcement with their IDs in hand.

    It is surely only a matter of time now before the media delicately reports that ambulances drew up in front of the White House and that soon afterwards an unnamed white male was removed in a straight jacket and taken to the Walter Reed military hospital.

    Replies: @J.Ross, @Anonymous, @Known Fact, @Thirdtwin, @R.G. Camara

    The President objectively did not tell anyone to riot or to illegally enter any building and the lyingpress is lying when they say he did.
    What’s happening is the bullied kid is getting slammed with full force of the law because he swung at the bullies who were bullying him for years without fear of consequence. Either there is law or not. If you want to end violence from group B then maybe you could bother to prosecute the arsonists, burglars, looters, murderers, attempted murderers, traffic blockers, and “peaceful protesters” in licensed-to-kill group A. If group A can do it then group B can too. No amount of persecuting group B can counteract the provocation of group A.

  8. @Jonathan Mason
    I know it is widely believed that the young Kamala Harris had a sexual relationship with her mentor Willie Brown.

    Some people have even alleged that this was a prostitution relationship, in other words that he was paying her for each sexual encounter.

    But all this was many years ago and she didn't have children for him, which is the classic way in which women parlay sex into a share of wealth and power.

    Can you provide some more information about how she has showed a pattern of exchanging sex for money or promotion throughout her career?

    And even if this is all true, how different is this in essence from the careers of people like Nancy Reagan and Melania Trump who have gone from the whore house to the White House in a time-honored American tradition? Or really of any woman who, has married a rich and powerful man?

    And even if it is all 100% true and that she has blown her way to the top, wouldn't this be useful experience in politics? Didn't Mike Pence get and keep his current position by frequently switching between kneeling and being supine?

    Replies: @Gapeseed, @Polistra, @black sea, @Ron Mexico, @SunBakedSuburb, @JimDandy, @Anon, @Mr. Anon, @anon

    people like Nancy Reagan and Melania Trump who have gone from the whore house to the White House in a time-honored American tradition?

    For filth like that, you should have your tongue cut out. You are a disgrace.

    • Agree: Farenheit, HammerJack, clyde
    • Replies: @Gary in Gramercy
    @Polistra

    Two words: Pamela Harriman.

  9. Pandering to base appetites, cultivating a swamp of impotent ridicule and resentment, in order to eek out a living from donors of dubious motives.

    Have some decency, if you care about anything, even if you’ve come to have a low regard for your base.

  10. @Jonathan Mason
    It wasn't that Trump told them to go home it was that he continued to insist that the election was stolen, and that the ceremony that Congress was enacting was illegitimate, thus adding fuel to the fires that he had himself started.

    As the commander-in-chief and head of the federal government, he should have instructed the deplorables to report to law enforcement with their IDs in hand.

    It is surely only a matter of time now before the media delicately reports that ambulances drew up in front of the White House and that soon afterwards an unnamed white male was removed in a straight jacket and taken to the Walter Reed military hospital.

    Replies: @Dieter Kief, @Ron Mexico

    1) Trump is still in Trump-mode, always up for the next fight.

    2) Even though he did not manage to pass the George Steinbrenner test, unfortunately.

    • Replies: @RichardTaylor
    @Dieter Kief

    Trump is purely tactical. Kind of a genius at it. But apparently has zero strategic sense. He has no interest in planning or doing homework.

    This is what the God-Emperor people missed. He wasn't Octavian Caesar Augustus.

    Replies: @Dieter Kief

    , @Jonathan Mason
    @Dieter Kief

    Have they brought on the fat lady yet?

    The election procedure in the Untied Statelets is ridiculous, that you have a federal election run by tinpot local officials, and then you have to have numerous semi-ceremonial verifications and certifications of the results at state and federal levels before it is really signed, sealed, and delivered.

    And I guess it is not really, really final until the inauguration is complete and has been certified, verified, voted upon by the janitorial staff of the White House, and the electronic code for the lock on the Oval Office has been changed, and the nuclear codes transferred to the new office holder. Meanwhile at any point in the proceeedings, everything can be brought to a halt.

    No wonder it has been traditional for the loser to concede and save all the trouble. Now, as the result of the goings-on yesterday, we can see that Al Gore's tactics were all wrong, and he should have gathered an army like Perkin Warbeck and marched on Washington.

    This has been so bad this time around that it might be a good idea to make the US a one-party state, like many other pseudo-democracies led by dictators. At least the transition is then usually like the Supreme Court where no one ever retires and it is just a case of a power struggle every so often when the office holder kicks the bucket or someone offs him.

    Replies: @peterike

  11. @Dieter Kief
    @Jonathan Mason

    1) Trump is still in Trump-mode, always up for the next fight.

    2) Even though he did not manage to pass the George Steinbrenner test, unfortunately.

    Replies: @RichardTaylor, @Jonathan Mason

    Trump is purely tactical. Kind of a genius at it. But apparently has zero strategic sense. He has no interest in planning or doing homework.

    This is what the God-Emperor people missed. He wasn’t Octavian Caesar Augustus.

    • Replies: @Dieter Kief
    @RichardTaylor

    Yeah - almost like an idiot savant. I mean - almost. Novelist Jonathan Franzen said a few weeks back, that Trump is a political genius too in an interview he gave to the German daily Die weLT. Steve Sailer brought up these George Steinbrenner remarks of Trump and elaborated a bit about them. He then thought, that - well maybe, things would turn out just fine. Then along came Ann Coulter and said - Trump is the man with the memory of a sofa. - An impression on him always lasts till the next one takes place.
    Since I'm at it: Scott Adams is a bit more reluctant lately too in the praise of Donald Trump, than he was in the beginning. - Ahh - hopes and disillusioning. An eternal circle. Death 'n' birth 'n' death 'n' birth 'n' death 'n' birth (Joni Mitchell) - Don't Interrupt the Sorrow - The Hissing of Summer Lawns.

  12. @Jonathan Mason
    I know it is widely believed that the young Kamala Harris had a sexual relationship with her mentor Willie Brown.

    Some people have even alleged that this was a prostitution relationship, in other words that he was paying her for each sexual encounter.

    But all this was many years ago and she didn't have children for him, which is the classic way in which women parlay sex into a share of wealth and power.

    Can you provide some more information about how she has showed a pattern of exchanging sex for money or promotion throughout her career?

    And even if this is all true, how different is this in essence from the careers of people like Nancy Reagan and Melania Trump who have gone from the whore house to the White House in a time-honored American tradition? Or really of any woman who, has married a rich and powerful man?

    And even if it is all 100% true and that she has blown her way to the top, wouldn't this be useful experience in politics? Didn't Mike Pence get and keep his current position by frequently switching between kneeling and being supine?

    Replies: @Gapeseed, @Polistra, @black sea, @Ron Mexico, @SunBakedSuburb, @JimDandy, @Anon, @Mr. Anon, @anon

    Some people have even alleged that this was a prostitution relationship, in other words that he was paying her for each sexual encounter.

    I’ve never run across this allegation, not that I’ve spent my days researching Harris’ relationship to Willie Brown. Can you provide a link to an article that alleges this, i.e. that he was paying her for each individual sexual encounter?

    On another note, the suggestion that any woman who marries a rich and powerful man is a whore is not only slanderous, but absurd. Women respond to markers of suitability and fitness in their selection of spouses, as do men.

    Rich and powerful men have attributes that attract many women because — consciously or subconsciously — they want those same attributes in their offspring. They also want to be provided for during the child-rearing years and to give their offspring the best foot forward. In other words, a lot of the desire to marry a rich and powerful man has to do with procreative success. This may not be particularly noble, but a 42 year-old man chasing an 21-year-old woman isn’t either, though it may be understandable.

    • Replies: @Jonathan Mason
    @black sea

    I have seen allegations by posters on this board that Harris was a prostitute. I do not have time to track down a precise example.

    , @anon
    @black sea

    "the suggestion that any woman who marries a rich and powerful man is a whore is not only slanderous, but absurd"

    Any, perhaps. But not all.


    Anna Nicole Smith’s Marriage Was a Gold Digging Master Class Gone Wrong

    Will there ever be a purer love story than the one between then-26-year-old Anna Nicole Smith and her 89-year-old billionaire husband J. Howard Marshall? The iconic blonde was known for her rollercoaster life and hysterical antics, all ending in 2007 from a tragic, accidental overdose. Yet nothing, not TrimSpa, not the Anna Nicole Smith Show, not even that time she slept with a ghost, defined her crazy life like Anna Nicole Smith's marriage to the wheelchaired bound geriatric.

    https://www.intouchweekly.com/posts/anna-nicole-smith-marriage-155528/
     
  13. OT: Here’s the footage of the black secret service guy headshotting the woman from about 5-7m away.

    Did the media give the black guy the spooks and twitchies to make him think he really was about to be killed or did it give him the sense of racial grievance?

    Since 2015 the job of the MSM has seemingly to have been to turn everyone who got twitchy about immigration restriction (Because they failed to assimilate as an American by fusing their personal identity with that of immigration and or because they really hate white people) into Chuck Schumer.

    If any elected US representative would have shot that woman, it would have been Chuck Schumer. Of course, he would never have hit her because he seems to be the edge of a full blown emotional breakdown when discussing funding for commemorative stamp programmes. He’d be more adrenaline than man, the ur-triggered, if confronted with a gentile woman in a MAGA hat acting like antifa-lite.

    • Thanks: Ron Mexico, fnn, Bardon Kaldian
    • Replies: @Jonathan Mason
    @Altai

    Unfortunately the poor dude had probably swallowed the Kool-Aid about his sacred duty to protect the leaders of our great nation. And he probably did believe that a coup d'etat was in progress. That is how police officers are indoctrinated., with lots of guff about "protecting our great nation's leaders".

    Obviously had he pulled out the policy and procedure manual in that instant, and turned to the page about invasions of the Capitol by protesters, he probably would have found a ten-point checklist to determine when to shoot, but I guess he just went with his gut feeling that he would lose his job if the protesters actually got to offer their opinions to the politicians face to face, and went with the flow.

    Replies: @JimB

    , @Wilkey
    @Altai

    There was still a solid door between he and Ashli Babbitt. Hell, there were armed Capitol Hill police standing feet away in the same room as Babbitt.

    And given that it’s the Capitol, there should be plenty of video footage of what happened, from multiple angles.

    This was straight-up murder. Has the man her murdered her been named yet?

    , @anon
    @Altai

    It is more likely that man is with Capitol Police than Secret Service. He doesn't look panicked, but it's really difficult to tell.

    Try to imagine if a white Capitol cop had shot a black 30-something woman in the same manner last year. Would there be any difference in "news" coverage, or in crowd reaction?

    , @Truth
    @Altai

    Maybe I'm missing something here, but did was that slight trickle of blood from the mouth more corresponding with being shot in the head with a high caliber weapon from 5-feet away, or biting down on a Hollywood blood pill?

    https://www.dearbloodymary.com/product-page/blood-capsules-6-pills

    Replies: @kaganovitch

    , @Anon
    @Altai

    My sympathies are with the protestors. But this cop should not be prosecuted any more than any cop anywhere for doing his job. If he'd shot a member of Antifa, I'd cheer. But he shot someone on the right who who damaged the building and broke in. The law applies to her, too. She could have protested outside the building on the steps and gotten all the media attention she wanted right there without risking her life. Instead, she chose to gamble and lost. Sucks, but that's the way it goes when you choose to gamble.

    Unless the cop was ordered to stand down or disobeyed orders from his superiors, he simply did his job. He was hired to defend the building from invaders. He should not be prosecuted. The cop was within his rights. The capital police are going to be treated vindictively enough by Pelosi and Schumer for allowing this invasion, and the cops don't deserve it. The invasion was a walkover because nearly all the capital police quailed at the thought of shooting decent people with a legitimate grievance.

    , @Bite Moi
    @Altai

    Could be worse.At least it wasn't a White cop shooting a black person.That would be tragic.

  14. @Jonathan Mason
    I know it is widely believed that the young Kamala Harris had a sexual relationship with her mentor Willie Brown.

    Some people have even alleged that this was a prostitution relationship, in other words that he was paying her for each sexual encounter.

    But all this was many years ago and she didn't have children for him, which is the classic way in which women parlay sex into a share of wealth and power.

    Can you provide some more information about how she has showed a pattern of exchanging sex for money or promotion throughout her career?

    And even if this is all true, how different is this in essence from the careers of people like Nancy Reagan and Melania Trump who have gone from the whore house to the White House in a time-honored American tradition? Or really of any woman who, has married a rich and powerful man?

    And even if it is all 100% true and that she has blown her way to the top, wouldn't this be useful experience in politics? Didn't Mike Pence get and keep his current position by frequently switching between kneeling and being supine?

    Replies: @Gapeseed, @Polistra, @black sea, @Ron Mexico, @SunBakedSuburb, @JimDandy, @Anon, @Mr. Anon, @anon

    I am sure Kamala would cackle at your attempt to defend her honor.

    • Replies: @Gary in Gramercy
    @Ron Mexico

    [Margaret Dumont as wealthy dowager Mrs. Teasdale to Groucho Marx, as scamp, scalawag and all-around charlatan Rufus T. Firefly, in 1933's Duck Soup:]

    Mrs. Teasdale: Rufus, what are you doing?

    Rufus: I'm fighting for your honor, which is more than you ever did.

  15. Unless wearing a red, white and blue backpack is tantamount to assault with intent to kill, this woman was murdered.

    How was she a threat? What was she armed with? Is trespassing a crime the penalty for which is death?

    Of course not. Even a homeowner who shoots a person crawling through their window has to show that they were being threatened and were in real, justifiable fear of violence and/or death.

  16. @Jonathan Mason
    It wasn't that Trump told them to go home it was that he continued to insist that the election was stolen, and that the ceremony that Congress was enacting was illegitimate, thus adding fuel to the fires that he had himself started.

    As the commander-in-chief and head of the federal government, he should have instructed the deplorables to report to law enforcement with their IDs in hand.

    It is surely only a matter of time now before the media delicately reports that ambulances drew up in front of the White House and that soon afterwards an unnamed white male was removed in a straight jacket and taken to the Walter Reed military hospital.

    Replies: @Dieter Kief, @Ron Mexico

    “It is surely only a matter of time now before the media delicately reports that ambulances drew up in front of the White House and that soon afterwards an unnamed white male was removed in a straight jacket and taken to the Walter Reed military hospital.”
    You’re going to go blind masturbating so much.

    • Replies: @Gary in Gramercy
    @Ron Mexico

    You said to Mason the Idiot: "You're going to go blind masturbating so much."

    Or at least lose a toe.

  17. Great joke, Steve, but as you may know, titles themselves are not subject to copyright protection. Think of how many songs bear the title “On the Road Again.”

    Alternate title for the inevitable Kamala ghostwritten bio: “Lie Back, And Think Of The White House.”

    • Replies: @Chrisnonymous
    @Gary in Gramercy

    She doesn't look like the kind of girl who needs to lie back and think of something. "Blowing My Way to the Top" is probably much more appropriate. "Pulling the Democratic Train to the White House" also sounds good.

    , @Rob McX
    @Gary in Gramercy


    Think of how many songs bear the title “On the Road Again.”
     
    But there's only one Canned Heat.

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

    Replies: @Gary in Gramercy, @Yojimbo/Zatoichi, @Jack Armstrong, @MBlanc46

    , @SunBakedSuburb
    @Gary in Gramercy

    "Great joke, Steve"

    The 12 year old smartass agrees. The middle age man worries Steve will be joining Art Deco in the hell pit of smut and obviousness that passes as humour amongst the colourful. Our beloved closet-boy is too talented to work blue. Does he want to end up like gothic black man Richard Pryor, running around Valley Village with his head aflame?

  18. @Gary in Gramercy
    Great joke, Steve, but as you may know, titles themselves are not subject to copyright protection. Think of how many songs bear the title "On the Road Again."

    Alternate title for the inevitable Kamala ghostwritten bio: "Lie Back, And Think Of The White House."

    Replies: @Chrisnonymous, @Rob McX, @SunBakedSuburb

    She doesn’t look like the kind of girl who needs to lie back and think of something. “Blowing My Way to the Top” is probably much more appropriate. “Pulling the Democratic Train to the White House” also sounds good.

  19. @Dieter Kief
    @Jonathan Mason

    1) Trump is still in Trump-mode, always up for the next fight.

    2) Even though he did not manage to pass the George Steinbrenner test, unfortunately.

    Replies: @RichardTaylor, @Jonathan Mason

    Have they brought on the fat lady yet?

    The election procedure in the Untied Statelets is ridiculous, that you have a federal election run by tinpot local officials, and then you have to have numerous semi-ceremonial verifications and certifications of the results at state and federal levels before it is really signed, sealed, and delivered.

    And I guess it is not really, really final until the inauguration is complete and has been certified, verified, voted upon by the janitorial staff of the White House, and the electronic code for the lock on the Oval Office has been changed, and the nuclear codes transferred to the new office holder. Meanwhile at any point in the proceeedings, everything can be brought to a halt.

    No wonder it has been traditional for the loser to concede and save all the trouble. Now, as the result of the goings-on yesterday, we can see that Al Gore’s tactics were all wrong, and he should have gathered an army like Perkin Warbeck and marched on Washington.

    This has been so bad this time around that it might be a good idea to make the US a one-party state, like many other pseudo-democracies led by dictators. At least the transition is then usually like the Supreme Court where no one ever retires and it is just a case of a power struggle every so often when the office holder kicks the bucket or someone offs him.

    • Replies: @peterike
    @Jonathan Mason


    This has been so bad this time around that it might be a good idea to make the US a one-party state, like many other pseudo-democracies led by dictators.
     
    What the hell do you think just happened? That's been the goal all along and now it's baked.

    My new capsule description for what the United States will become in 2021: a woke East Germany.

    And yes, we will have a legally empowered Stasi. Hate speech laws will be on the books before the end of the year.

    Replies: @Macumazahn

  20. Trump should be front and center today naning the killer and demanding his termination and
    arrest, folliwed by a pre-emptive pardon of all participants in yesterdays antics (except for the killer(s)).

  21. @Altai
    OT: Here's the footage of the black secret service guy headshotting the woman from about 5-7m away.

    https://twitter.com/LeftyCrypto/status/1347083637393653761

    Did the media give the black guy the spooks and twitchies to make him think he really was about to be killed or did it give him the sense of racial grievance?

    Since 2015 the job of the MSM has seemingly to have been to turn everyone who got twitchy about immigration restriction (Because they failed to assimilate as an American by fusing their personal identity with that of immigration and or because they really hate white people) into Chuck Schumer.

    If any elected US representative would have shot that woman, it would have been Chuck Schumer. Of course, he would never have hit her because he seems to be the edge of a full blown emotional breakdown when discussing funding for commemorative stamp programmes. He'd be more adrenaline than man, the ur-triggered, if confronted with a gentile woman in a MAGA hat acting like antifa-lite.

    Replies: @Jonathan Mason, @Wilkey, @anon, @Truth, @Anon, @Bite Moi

    Unfortunately the poor dude had probably swallowed the Kool-Aid about his sacred duty to protect the leaders of our great nation. And he probably did believe that a coup d’etat was in progress. That is how police officers are indoctrinated., with lots of guff about “protecting our great nation’s leaders”.

    Obviously had he pulled out the policy and procedure manual in that instant, and turned to the page about invasions of the Capitol by protesters, he probably would have found a ten-point checklist to determine when to shoot, but I guess he just went with his gut feeling that he would lose his job if the protesters actually got to offer their opinions to the politicians face to face, and went with the flow.

    • Replies: @JimB
    @Jonathan Mason


    Unfortunately the poor dude had probably swallowed the Kool-Aid about his sacred duty to protect the leaders of our great nation.
     
    Look at how calmly he fired his weapon. And there are already a ton of disciplined armed guards interspersed with the crowd this guy fires into. It’s either an example of low IQ bad judgement by an affirmative action SS agent hired during the Obama administration or this guy is a stone cold whitey hating racist.

    Replies: @Jim Bob Lassiter

  22. I’m reminded of that 1946 scene where a hot young Lauren Bacall tells Bogie, “You know how to whistle, don’t you? Just put your lips together … and blow.”

    • Replies: @Jim Don Bob
    @Known Fact

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VBk79X3rMyc

    , @Lace the Artist Formerly Known as Race
    @Known Fact

    Bogie had to slap this bitch up numerous times, and I'm sure he never had to do anything but indicate that she was to give head when told. That's one of the two reasons she married him. She was only good in the 40s. By the time of 'How to Marry a Millionaire', she was made to look ridiculous by Marilyn Monroe's very real glamour, and that one especially liked Milton Berle in the back seat of a car.

    Replies: @Known Fact

  23. @J.Ross
    Ars Technica, which is not a political site but which has been invaded by the same leftists as everything else, is flat out lying that Trump told "insurrectionists"* to "invade" the Capitol (he told people to go home, and Twitter censored him for it). Ars is also cheering that social media feels emboldened to censor more.

    *Insurrectionists. Meddling. Lean forward. What is it with the clumsyness of leftist word choice? Is this the outermost edge of homosexuality?

    Replies: @Jonathan Mason, @TelfoedJohn, @anon, @anon

    Ars Technica was the workplace of the journalist Peter Bright – who was convicted of child-sex charges. He was quite open about his predilections on the Ars Technica forums, and no other Ars journalist called him out on it. They all pretended they knew nothing when he was arrested.

  24. @Jonathan Mason
    @J.Ross

    It wasn't that Trump told them to go home it was that he continued to insist that the election was stolen, and that the ceremony that Congress was enacting was illegitimate, thus adding fuel to the fires that he had himself started.

    As the commander-in-chief and head of the federal government, he should have instructed the deplorables to report to law enforcement with their IDs in hand.

    It is surely only a matter of time now before the media delicately reports that ambulances drew up in front of the White House and that soon afterwards an unnamed white male was removed in a straight jacket and taken to the Walter Reed military hospital.

    Replies: @J.Ross, @Anonymous, @Known Fact, @Thirdtwin, @R.G. Camara

    Naaaa. Protected by loyal military, marine honor guards and secret service.

  25. @Gary in Gramercy
    Great joke, Steve, but as you may know, titles themselves are not subject to copyright protection. Think of how many songs bear the title "On the Road Again."

    Alternate title for the inevitable Kamala ghostwritten bio: "Lie Back, And Think Of The White House."

    Replies: @Chrisnonymous, @Rob McX, @SunBakedSuburb

    Think of how many songs bear the title “On the Road Again.”

    But there’s only one Canned Heat.

    • Thanks: Gary in Gramercy
    • Replies: @Gary in Gramercy
    @Rob McX

    You should hear Canadian power pop indie band Sloan cover this, in a medley with a cover of Stereolab's "Transona Five." The groove remains the same.

    It was on the bonus disc of their third (and possibly greatest) album, One Chord To Another.

    , @Yojimbo/Zatoichi
    @Rob McX

    Regarding the current events that transpired in DC on January 6, Canned Heat’s other hit is more appropriate.

    https://youtu.be/La1J2Ze7vzc

    Replies: @MBlanc46

    , @Jack Armstrong
    @Rob McX

    Alan “ Blind Owl” Wilson, 50 years gone. The road takes it toll.

    , @MBlanc46
    @Rob McX

    As I recall, they were successfully sued by Chicago musician Floyd Jones for having plagiarized his 1940s version of the number, which derives from a Tommy Johnson number from the late 1920s.

  26. @Jonathan Mason
    @J.Ross

    It wasn't that Trump told them to go home it was that he continued to insist that the election was stolen, and that the ceremony that Congress was enacting was illegitimate, thus adding fuel to the fires that he had himself started.

    As the commander-in-chief and head of the federal government, he should have instructed the deplorables to report to law enforcement with their IDs in hand.

    It is surely only a matter of time now before the media delicately reports that ambulances drew up in front of the White House and that soon afterwards an unnamed white male was removed in a straight jacket and taken to the Walter Reed military hospital.

    Replies: @J.Ross, @Anonymous, @Known Fact, @Thirdtwin, @R.G. Camara

    This is the real problem the Swamp and the media have with Trump — he’s calling BS on the whole corrupt charade our politics has become.

    He also happens to be the only American figure who can draw, command and spellbind so vast a crowd, so by definition he must be like that certain German fella. That makes the establishment very jealous and a little nervous (It’s the whole point by the way of The Fountainhead, or the even better Rollerball — an inspired individual must be co-opted or silenced).

    The farcical scenes of invaders traipsing around the hallowed halls of Congress also puncture the solemn vanity of our “duly elected representatives,” a vanity that is almost as precious to them as the kickbacks, self-dealing and other perks that come with the office.

  27. @Altai
    OT: Here's the footage of the black secret service guy headshotting the woman from about 5-7m away.

    https://twitter.com/LeftyCrypto/status/1347083637393653761

    Did the media give the black guy the spooks and twitchies to make him think he really was about to be killed or did it give him the sense of racial grievance?

    Since 2015 the job of the MSM has seemingly to have been to turn everyone who got twitchy about immigration restriction (Because they failed to assimilate as an American by fusing their personal identity with that of immigration and or because they really hate white people) into Chuck Schumer.

    If any elected US representative would have shot that woman, it would have been Chuck Schumer. Of course, he would never have hit her because he seems to be the edge of a full blown emotional breakdown when discussing funding for commemorative stamp programmes. He'd be more adrenaline than man, the ur-triggered, if confronted with a gentile woman in a MAGA hat acting like antifa-lite.

    Replies: @Jonathan Mason, @Wilkey, @anon, @Truth, @Anon, @Bite Moi

    There was still a solid door between he and Ashli Babbitt. Hell, there were armed Capitol Hill police standing feet away in the same room as Babbitt.

    And given that it’s the Capitol, there should be plenty of video footage of what happened, from multiple angles.

    This was straight-up murder. Has the man her murdered her been named yet?

    • Agree: Just another serf
  28. Here’s Jen, in pink, as a youngster, with the stale pale Mormon family who adopted and raised her:

    IMG_3947.JPG

  29. @J.Ross
    Ars Technica, which is not a political site but which has been invaded by the same leftists as everything else, is flat out lying that Trump told "insurrectionists"* to "invade" the Capitol (he told people to go home, and Twitter censored him for it). Ars is also cheering that social media feels emboldened to censor more.

    *Insurrectionists. Meddling. Lean forward. What is it with the clumsyness of leftist word choice? Is this the outermost edge of homosexuality?

    Replies: @Jonathan Mason, @TelfoedJohn, @anon, @anon

    Ars Technica

    Converged by SJW’s several years ago, maybe in 2010, but definitely by 2014. That’s when Ars editors took sides during GamerGate…notably by throttling debate in a one-sided manner. The usual SJW stuff.

    Ars is also cheering that social media feels emboldened to censor more.

    SJW’s always double down.

  30. Never trust crowds and protests. They are all too easy to infiltrate and manipulate by pros, like FBI agents, antifas or even crisis actors. Trump shot himself in the foot because of his narcissism, though his speech was very entertaining.

    • Replies: @additionalMike
    @BB753

    The first Republican riot since the Battle of Gettysburg.

  31. anon[728] • Disclaimer says:
    @Altai
    OT: Here's the footage of the black secret service guy headshotting the woman from about 5-7m away.

    https://twitter.com/LeftyCrypto/status/1347083637393653761

    Did the media give the black guy the spooks and twitchies to make him think he really was about to be killed or did it give him the sense of racial grievance?

    Since 2015 the job of the MSM has seemingly to have been to turn everyone who got twitchy about immigration restriction (Because they failed to assimilate as an American by fusing their personal identity with that of immigration and or because they really hate white people) into Chuck Schumer.

    If any elected US representative would have shot that woman, it would have been Chuck Schumer. Of course, he would never have hit her because he seems to be the edge of a full blown emotional breakdown when discussing funding for commemorative stamp programmes. He'd be more adrenaline than man, the ur-triggered, if confronted with a gentile woman in a MAGA hat acting like antifa-lite.

    Replies: @Jonathan Mason, @Wilkey, @anon, @Truth, @Anon, @Bite Moi

    It is more likely that man is with Capitol Police than Secret Service. He doesn’t look panicked, but it’s really difficult to tell.

    Try to imagine if a white Capitol cop had shot a black 30-something woman in the same manner last year. Would there be any difference in “news” coverage, or in crowd reaction?

  32. @Rob McX
    @Gary in Gramercy


    Think of how many songs bear the title “On the Road Again.”
     
    But there's only one Canned Heat.

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

    Replies: @Gary in Gramercy, @Yojimbo/Zatoichi, @Jack Armstrong, @MBlanc46

    You should hear Canadian power pop indie band Sloan cover this, in a medley with a cover of Stereolab’s “Transona Five.” The groove remains the same.

    It was on the bonus disc of their third (and possibly greatest) album, One Chord To Another.

  33. @Jonathan Mason
    @Dieter Kief

    Have they brought on the fat lady yet?

    The election procedure in the Untied Statelets is ridiculous, that you have a federal election run by tinpot local officials, and then you have to have numerous semi-ceremonial verifications and certifications of the results at state and federal levels before it is really signed, sealed, and delivered.

    And I guess it is not really, really final until the inauguration is complete and has been certified, verified, voted upon by the janitorial staff of the White House, and the electronic code for the lock on the Oval Office has been changed, and the nuclear codes transferred to the new office holder. Meanwhile at any point in the proceeedings, everything can be brought to a halt.

    No wonder it has been traditional for the loser to concede and save all the trouble. Now, as the result of the goings-on yesterday, we can see that Al Gore's tactics were all wrong, and he should have gathered an army like Perkin Warbeck and marched on Washington.

    This has been so bad this time around that it might be a good idea to make the US a one-party state, like many other pseudo-democracies led by dictators. At least the transition is then usually like the Supreme Court where no one ever retires and it is just a case of a power struggle every so often when the office holder kicks the bucket or someone offs him.

    Replies: @peterike

    This has been so bad this time around that it might be a good idea to make the US a one-party state, like many other pseudo-democracies led by dictators.

    What the hell do you think just happened? That’s been the goal all along and now it’s baked.

    My new capsule description for what the United States will become in 2021: a woke East Germany.

    And yes, we will have a legally empowered Stasi. Hate speech laws will be on the books before the end of the year.

    • Replies: @Macumazahn
    @peterike

    Look for them to attack the 4th Amendment next. It'll be similar in form to the unconstitutional ERPO laws that they've already imposed in a number of States. That RV explosion in Nashville could be a seed for it. Supposedly the alleged bomber's onetime-girlfriend awakened the cops who, having no evidence of any kind, made only cursory efforts to contact the guy. Well, we can't have that! Someone was scared, and later on it turned out that she was right! Some crimes are so heinous that the mere allegation ought to overcome that pesky Constitution! But only if a judge allows it, of course. So we'll see warrants issue for intrusive searches, based on no evidence at all. That way, when the cops are tossing your house (based on your ex-wife's claim that you're collecting match-heads to build a bomb) they can surely turn up those newly-restricted firearms that you apparently thought you could "resist" registering under the NFA. Can you say, "felony"?

  34. Today’s young women, this isn’t your great-great-great-grandma’s world’s oldest profession. New and improved for 2021, you young ladies with useless degrees in navel-gazing from Safe Space U.! Now, you, too, may smash the testosterone ceiling and achieve . . . something.

  35. Then there’s the sequel, where Creepy Joe’s victims and his enablers join forces to finish the job…

  36. @Jonathan Mason
    @Altai

    Unfortunately the poor dude had probably swallowed the Kool-Aid about his sacred duty to protect the leaders of our great nation. And he probably did believe that a coup d'etat was in progress. That is how police officers are indoctrinated., with lots of guff about "protecting our great nation's leaders".

    Obviously had he pulled out the policy and procedure manual in that instant, and turned to the page about invasions of the Capitol by protesters, he probably would have found a ten-point checklist to determine when to shoot, but I guess he just went with his gut feeling that he would lose his job if the protesters actually got to offer their opinions to the politicians face to face, and went with the flow.

    Replies: @JimB

    Unfortunately the poor dude had probably swallowed the Kool-Aid about his sacred duty to protect the leaders of our great nation.

    Look at how calmly he fired his weapon. And there are already a ton of disciplined armed guards interspersed with the crowd this guy fires into. It’s either an example of low IQ bad judgement by an affirmative action SS agent hired during the Obama administration or this guy is a stone cold whitey hating racist.

    • Replies: @Jim Bob Lassiter
    @JimB

    How about all of the above?

  37. @Altai
    OT: Here's the footage of the black secret service guy headshotting the woman from about 5-7m away.

    https://twitter.com/LeftyCrypto/status/1347083637393653761

    Did the media give the black guy the spooks and twitchies to make him think he really was about to be killed or did it give him the sense of racial grievance?

    Since 2015 the job of the MSM has seemingly to have been to turn everyone who got twitchy about immigration restriction (Because they failed to assimilate as an American by fusing their personal identity with that of immigration and or because they really hate white people) into Chuck Schumer.

    If any elected US representative would have shot that woman, it would have been Chuck Schumer. Of course, he would never have hit her because he seems to be the edge of a full blown emotional breakdown when discussing funding for commemorative stamp programmes. He'd be more adrenaline than man, the ur-triggered, if confronted with a gentile woman in a MAGA hat acting like antifa-lite.

    Replies: @Jonathan Mason, @Wilkey, @anon, @Truth, @Anon, @Bite Moi

    Maybe I’m missing something here, but did was that slight trickle of blood from the mouth more corresponding with being shot in the head with a high caliber weapon from 5-feet away, or biting down on a Hollywood blood pill?

    https://www.dearbloodymary.com/product-page/blood-capsules-6-pills

    • Replies: @kaganovitch
    @Truth

    Maybe I’m missing something here, but did was that slight trickle of blood from the mouth more corresponding with being shot in the head with a high caliber weapon from 5-feet away, or biting down on a Hollywood blood pill?

    Ok! Truth is a truther.

  38. Kamala Harris can just title her book Sucking My Way to the Top. That would be a more accurate description too, in more ways than one.

  39. Facebook just banned Trump indefinitely. For telling the Capitol Hill insurrectionists to go home. Kamala Harris only a couple months ago cheered on the St. George Riots, predicting- i.e. calling on them- to continue after the election. And she will be banned from social media starting….

    • Replies: @Bill Jones
    @Abe

    Trump should ban any device with a facebook app from all Federal buildings.

    , @J.Ross
    @Abe

    Was going to remark on this. Forget the police tolerating leftists while murdering rightists. Forget Trump's exact phrasing. Forget the election fraud. The one-headline analysis, the one headline you include in a textbook, is "Trump banned indefinitely from FaceBook." What is FaceBook? FaceBook is an enemy media platform, an anti-Trump and anti-free speech entity, and to an extent an arm of the Democrats (or the other way around). Trump voluntarily goes there and to Twitter, where he subjects himself to the policies of people who want him and his supporters to die violently. It's (very) like if we depended on the PRC for all our communications and then complained when they, being Chinese, censored us. Trump did nothing about this for four years, no regulatory clampdown, no policy clarification, no alternative platform.

    Replies: @AnotherDad, @J.Ross

    , @Farenheit
    @Abe

    Looks like the "Lizard King" Zuckerberg screwed up big time on this one. He could have had the hobo Jack Dorsey be the face of tech tyranny, or a bunch of other tech tyrants aching to virtue signal, but he wanted to be first.

    I bet his security detail is doubled here very shortly.

  40. The Illuminati Purple Team of Usurers & ARSES team up for Barclay’s.

    The ‘Evil’ (OTGOM) YT in FF-G is the official badman. A typical strong, intelligent Too Nordid = Evil in Rat Logic.

    The deeper level badman is a squat, ugly, hairy goblin YT Too Valleys. In order to find a Euro who can make even a dindu look heroic, they must’ve gone to the deepest darkest pits of the Valleys- 6 gazillion. Ofc valleys trolls too dumb to play supervillains. Useless race. Why even RF CGAF Abaerfan. Once coal mined all say sidekick races 100 Abers NCGAF!!!!

    He is so repellent, not just in his crawling to his daddy Too Dark, but in his physical materialization of the Ofc da MacDaddi-O of dapsyo…ad is a dark as coal Pimpqlicious Tall upstanding African!

    Any WM who stays Barclay’s:
    •Go to nearest Piccadilly line stn
    • get train to Heathrow
    •get flight to Atlanta
    • set fire to Brothel
    •request datqun Sawyer as cellmate
    •bexime snow bunny
    • bend over for DS 5x p/day

    If YTs withdrew all cash from Barclay’s (transfer to new bank or £200p/@ATM), we could cause a ‘run’ (NRockStylee) on the bank. In covid age when liquid assets are tight they’d be VERY successful. Illuminati would continue K-C plan but we’d increase awarenesses if we collapsed a bank!

    TV = TT – ORCO
    TD = SCP – HENMAN
    TN = Feds – SKELETORThe Illuminati Purple Team of Usurers & ARSES team up for Barclay’s.

    The ‘Evil’ (OTGOM) YT in FF-G is the official badman. A typical strong, intelligent Too Nordid = Evil in Rat Logic.

    The deeper level badman is a squat, ugly, hairy goblin YT Too Valleys. In order to find a Euro who can make even a dindu look heroic, they must’ve gone to the deepest darkest pits of the Valleys- 6 gazillion. Ofc valleys trolls too dumb to play supervillains. Useless race. Why even RF CGAF Abaerfan. Once coal mined all say sidekick races 100 Abers NCGAF!!!!

    He is so repellent, not just in his crawling to his daddy Too Dark, but in his physical materialization of the Ofc da MacDaddi-O of dapsyo…ad is a dark as coal Pimpqlicious Tall upstanding African!

    Any WM who stays Barclay’s:
    •Go to nearest Piccadilly line stn
    • get train to Heathrow
    •get flight to Atlanta
    • set fire to Brothel
    •request datqun Sawyer as cellmate
    •bexime snow bunny
    • bend over for DS 5x p/day

    If YTs withdrew all cash from Barclay’s (transfer to new bank or £200p/@ATM), we could cause a ‘run’ (NRockStylee) on the bank. In covid age when liquid assets are tight they’d be VERY successful. Illuminati would continue K-C plan but we’d increase awarenesses if we collapsed a bank!

    TV = TT – ORCO
    TD = SCP – HENMAN
    TN = Feds – SKELETOR

    • Replies: @Gary in Gramercy
    @David 'The Diversity Mastermind' Lammey

    I assume all those who tut-tutted me a few days ago about the abbreviation "C.P.T.," and how "protocol" required one to spell it out the first time in print for the uninitiated, will be all over this guy PDQ.

    I mean, he needs subtitles. In Esperanto, even, if it comes to that. In fairness, I think I figured out CGAF and NCGAF, but the rest of it is strictly, "one of the flay rods has gone out of skew on the treddle."

  41. @Abe
    Facebook just banned Trump indefinitely. For telling the Capitol Hill insurrectionists to go home. Kamala Harris only a couple months ago cheered on the St. George Riots, predicting- i.e. calling on them- to continue after the election. And she will be banned from social media starting....

    Replies: @Bill Jones, @J.Ross, @Farenheit

    Trump should ban any device with a facebook app from all Federal buildings.

  42. @Jonathan Mason
    I know it is widely believed that the young Kamala Harris had a sexual relationship with her mentor Willie Brown.

    Some people have even alleged that this was a prostitution relationship, in other words that he was paying her for each sexual encounter.

    But all this was many years ago and she didn't have children for him, which is the classic way in which women parlay sex into a share of wealth and power.

    Can you provide some more information about how she has showed a pattern of exchanging sex for money or promotion throughout her career?

    And even if this is all true, how different is this in essence from the careers of people like Nancy Reagan and Melania Trump who have gone from the whore house to the White House in a time-honored American tradition? Or really of any woman who, has married a rich and powerful man?

    And even if it is all 100% true and that she has blown her way to the top, wouldn't this be useful experience in politics? Didn't Mike Pence get and keep his current position by frequently switching between kneeling and being supine?

    Replies: @Gapeseed, @Polistra, @black sea, @Ron Mexico, @SunBakedSuburb, @JimDandy, @Anon, @Mr. Anon, @anon

    “Mike Pence”

    Long-time CIA asset Pence was one of many Brutuses slithering around Trump.

  43. “Climbing the greasy pole” would also be an appropriate book title.

  44. @Abe
    Facebook just banned Trump indefinitely. For telling the Capitol Hill insurrectionists to go home. Kamala Harris only a couple months ago cheered on the St. George Riots, predicting- i.e. calling on them- to continue after the election. And she will be banned from social media starting....

    Replies: @Bill Jones, @J.Ross, @Farenheit

    Was going to remark on this. Forget the police tolerating leftists while murdering rightists. Forget Trump’s exact phrasing. Forget the election fraud. The one-headline analysis, the one headline you include in a textbook, is “Trump banned indefinitely from FaceBook.” What is FaceBook? FaceBook is an enemy media platform, an anti-Trump and anti-free speech entity, and to an extent an arm of the Democrats (or the other way around). Trump voluntarily goes there and to Twitter, where he subjects himself to the policies of people who want him and his supporters to die violently. It’s (very) like if we depended on the PRC for all our communications and then complained when they, being Chinese, censored us. Trump did nothing about this for four years, no regulatory clampdown, no policy clarification, no alternative platform.

    • Replies: @AnotherDad
    @J.Ross


    Trump did nothing about this for four years, no regulatory clampdown, no policy clarification, no alternative platform.
     
    , @J.Ross
    @J.Ross

    Follow-up to this: "We will not be SILENCED!" -- Trump [is permitted by Patrón Dorsey to tweet, for now].

  45. • Replies: @JohnnyWalker123
    @JohnnyWalker123

    The "MAGA rioter" is a literal actor.

    https://twitter.com/garethicke/status/1347084056907952128

    So was the 2016 PizzaGate gunman.

    https://twitter.com/The_Whos_Who/status/805687500442214400

    I told you guys this thing was pre-planned. Perhaps not every aspect, but much of it.

  46. @Gary in Gramercy
    Great joke, Steve, but as you may know, titles themselves are not subject to copyright protection. Think of how many songs bear the title "On the Road Again."

    Alternate title for the inevitable Kamala ghostwritten bio: "Lie Back, And Think Of The White House."

    Replies: @Chrisnonymous, @Rob McX, @SunBakedSuburb

    “Great joke, Steve”

    The 12 year old smartass agrees. The middle age man worries Steve will be joining Art Deco in the hell pit of smut and obviousness that passes as humour amongst the colourful. Our beloved closet-boy is too talented to work blue. Does he want to end up like gothic black man Richard Pryor, running around Valley Village with his head aflame?

  47. When people suggested she did so, Sharon Stone said “You can’t sleep your way to the top, you can only sleep your way to the middle.” Guess she never banged Willie Brown.

  48. @Abe
    Facebook just banned Trump indefinitely. For telling the Capitol Hill insurrectionists to go home. Kamala Harris only a couple months ago cheered on the St. George Riots, predicting- i.e. calling on them- to continue after the election. And she will be banned from social media starting....

    Replies: @Bill Jones, @J.Ross, @Farenheit

    Looks like the “Lizard King” Zuckerberg screwed up big time on this one. He could have had the hobo Jack Dorsey be the face of tech tyranny, or a bunch of other tech tyrants aching to virtue signal, but he wanted to be first.

    I bet his security detail is doubled here very shortly.

  49. Anon[173] • Disclaimer says:
    @Altai
    OT: Here's the footage of the black secret service guy headshotting the woman from about 5-7m away.

    https://twitter.com/LeftyCrypto/status/1347083637393653761

    Did the media give the black guy the spooks and twitchies to make him think he really was about to be killed or did it give him the sense of racial grievance?

    Since 2015 the job of the MSM has seemingly to have been to turn everyone who got twitchy about immigration restriction (Because they failed to assimilate as an American by fusing their personal identity with that of immigration and or because they really hate white people) into Chuck Schumer.

    If any elected US representative would have shot that woman, it would have been Chuck Schumer. Of course, he would never have hit her because he seems to be the edge of a full blown emotional breakdown when discussing funding for commemorative stamp programmes. He'd be more adrenaline than man, the ur-triggered, if confronted with a gentile woman in a MAGA hat acting like antifa-lite.

    Replies: @Jonathan Mason, @Wilkey, @anon, @Truth, @Anon, @Bite Moi

    My sympathies are with the protestors. But this cop should not be prosecuted any more than any cop anywhere for doing his job. If he’d shot a member of Antifa, I’d cheer. But he shot someone on the right who who damaged the building and broke in. The law applies to her, too. She could have protested outside the building on the steps and gotten all the media attention she wanted right there without risking her life. Instead, she chose to gamble and lost. Sucks, but that’s the way it goes when you choose to gamble.

    Unless the cop was ordered to stand down or disobeyed orders from his superiors, he simply did his job. He was hired to defend the building from invaders. He should not be prosecuted. The cop was within his rights. The capital police are going to be treated vindictively enough by Pelosi and Schumer for allowing this invasion, and the cops don’t deserve it. The invasion was a walkover because nearly all the capital police quailed at the thought of shooting decent people with a legitimate grievance.

  50. Was there blood spilt on the Trump flag that that lady was carrying after she was shot?

    That flag will be worth millions..

  51. Kamala Harris will sue hairstylist-to-the-stars Jen Atkin for stealing the planned title for Kamala’s upcoming memoir/self-help book.

    Nah, Willie Brown-Eye and that San Francisco crowd were a bit more adventurous, so Kamala’s upcoming memoir/self-help book will be titled Rimming My Way to the Top.

  52. @Rob McX
    @Gary in Gramercy


    Think of how many songs bear the title “On the Road Again.”
     
    But there's only one Canned Heat.

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

    Replies: @Gary in Gramercy, @Yojimbo/Zatoichi, @Jack Armstrong, @MBlanc46

    Regarding the current events that transpired in DC on January 6, Canned Heat’s other hit is more appropriate.

    • Replies: @MBlanc46
    @Yojimbo/Zatoichi

    Our side should try to “Work Together”.

  53. @JohnnyWalker123
    https://twitter.com/EvanAKilgore/status/1347016563707228162

    Replies: @JohnnyWalker123

    The “MAGA rioter” is a literal actor.

    So was the 2016 PizzaGate gunman.

    I told you guys this thing was pre-planned. Perhaps not every aspect, but much of it.

  54. @Jonathan Mason
    I know it is widely believed that the young Kamala Harris had a sexual relationship with her mentor Willie Brown.

    Some people have even alleged that this was a prostitution relationship, in other words that he was paying her for each sexual encounter.

    But all this was many years ago and she didn't have children for him, which is the classic way in which women parlay sex into a share of wealth and power.

    Can you provide some more information about how she has showed a pattern of exchanging sex for money or promotion throughout her career?

    And even if this is all true, how different is this in essence from the careers of people like Nancy Reagan and Melania Trump who have gone from the whore house to the White House in a time-honored American tradition? Or really of any woman who, has married a rich and powerful man?

    And even if it is all 100% true and that she has blown her way to the top, wouldn't this be useful experience in politics? Didn't Mike Pence get and keep his current position by frequently switching between kneeling and being supine?

    Replies: @Gapeseed, @Polistra, @black sea, @Ron Mexico, @SunBakedSuburb, @JimDandy, @Anon, @Mr. Anon, @anon

    Hey, genius, she’s not going to be First Lady. She’s almost certainly going to be President of the United States. POTUS HOTUS.

  55. anonymous[400] • Disclaimer says:

    Willie Brown is one ugly dude. Any woman who had a relationship with him that wasn’t a bottom of the barrel looker herself is pretty much a disgusting piece of work. Harris herself is a horse-face so that’s a judgement call. It must be hugely embarrassing to be Mr Harris these days what with her sexual history being out there like this. But birds of a feather flock together so he probably shares some characteristics with her such as shamelessness.

  56. @Rob McX
    @Gary in Gramercy


    Think of how many songs bear the title “On the Road Again.”
     
    But there's only one Canned Heat.

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

    Replies: @Gary in Gramercy, @Yojimbo/Zatoichi, @Jack Armstrong, @MBlanc46

    Alan “ Blind Owl” Wilson, 50 years gone. The road takes it toll.

  57. anon[168] • Disclaimer says:

    Today the cable channels are full of the word “riot”, which generally was not applied last summer to disturbances that involved burning buildings. Facebook and Twitter have both suspended Trump for an indefinite period of time. The former Chief Security Officer for Facebook was just on CNBC talking about how social media “shows both sides” (said with a straight face, mind you) but they must take more careful action about people spreading lies and conspiring to do bad things.

    The Tech lords have outlasted Trump, and since they gave substantial material assistance to the Biden / Harris ticket there’s no danger of any sort of anti-trust or other action against them now. We can expect more gaslighting from the mainstream media, explicitly including Facebook, and slowly turning screws as the SJW’s in Big Tech squeeze dissenters out of the public view.

    Something like the Chinese social credit system is visibly building up, yesterday’s action at the US Capitol is providing an excuse, but it was in the works for a couple of years. Progtards just get to speed things up now, because “riot! RIOT!” screeching.

    Perhaps Biden / Harris can revise the no-fly list? “Are you now, or have you ever been, a supporter of Trump?” would be a dandy question as part of the check in procedure.

    PS:

    40 criminal cases have been brought in the last 36 hours by the US Attorney for DC vs. rioters. We can expect these to be strongly prosecuted, unlike the Antifa rioters who rioted in DC back in 2017 only to be released without charges afterwards.

    • Replies: @Mr. Anon
    @anon


    Perhaps Biden / Harris can revise the no-fly list? “Are you now, or have you ever been, a supporter of Trump?” would be a dandy question as part of the check in procedure.
     
    You may laugh, but:

    Flight Attendants Union Calls For Ban Of Pro-Trump Rioters From Flights

    https://www.zerohedge.com/political/flight-attendants-union-calls-ban-pro-trump-rioters-flights
     
    Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi are calling for Trump to be deposed, either via the 25th amendment (hey, it's a nice trial run for when they use it on old droolin' Joe) or by impeachment.

    Bear in mind that Pelosi is the legislator who said we had to pass laws to see what was in them. And Schumer is the guy who gleefully issued threats to Trump back in early 2017 that the intelligence agencies had "six ways from Sunday" to get back at him. Get that? Secret spook organizations retalliating against elected officials - that's "Democracy" in Schumer's book.

    Those two are such rotten pieces of garbage.
    , @nebulafox
    @anon

    >Something like the Chinese social credit system is visibly building up, yesterday’s action at the US Capitol is providing an excuse, but it was in the works for a couple of years. Progtards just get to speed things up now, because “riot! RIOT!” screeching.

    Exactly what terrifies the hell out of me.

  58. OT: @Steve, Biden is picking up the BLM talking point that if the Capitol stormers had been black, “they would have been treated very, very differently.”

    https://www.breitbart.com/2020-election/2021/01/07/biden-claims-us-capitol-rioters-treated-differently-black-lives-matter-protesters/

    I couldn’t help but think “yeah, if they’d been black, Corporate America and the philanthropy circuit would be giving them tens of millions of dollars, I’d have to go to seminars at work promotong their ideology, they’d be compared to MLK, and you’d be excusing them. And one of them wouldn’t have been shot in the neck.”

    There seems to be a very direct line from solipsistic myths believed by blacks to Biden’s mouth (see, e.g., light bulbs). Would love your take.

  59. @J.Ross
    @Abe

    Was going to remark on this. Forget the police tolerating leftists while murdering rightists. Forget Trump's exact phrasing. Forget the election fraud. The one-headline analysis, the one headline you include in a textbook, is "Trump banned indefinitely from FaceBook." What is FaceBook? FaceBook is an enemy media platform, an anti-Trump and anti-free speech entity, and to an extent an arm of the Democrats (or the other way around). Trump voluntarily goes there and to Twitter, where he subjects himself to the policies of people who want him and his supporters to die violently. It's (very) like if we depended on the PRC for all our communications and then complained when they, being Chinese, censored us. Trump did nothing about this for four years, no regulatory clampdown, no policy clarification, no alternative platform.

    Replies: @AnotherDad, @J.Ross

    Trump did nothing about this for four years, no regulatory clampdown, no policy clarification, no alternative platform.

  60. @RichardTaylor
    @Dieter Kief

    Trump is purely tactical. Kind of a genius at it. But apparently has zero strategic sense. He has no interest in planning or doing homework.

    This is what the God-Emperor people missed. He wasn't Octavian Caesar Augustus.

    Replies: @Dieter Kief

    Yeah – almost like an idiot savant. I mean – almost. Novelist Jonathan Franzen said a few weeks back, that Trump is a political genius too in an interview he gave to the German daily Die weLT. Steve Sailer brought up these George Steinbrenner remarks of Trump and elaborated a bit about them. He then thought, that – well maybe, things would turn out just fine. Then along came Ann Coulter and said – Trump is the man with the memory of a sofa. – An impression on him always lasts till the next one takes place.
    Since I’m at it: Scott Adams is a bit more reluctant lately too in the praise of Donald Trump, than he was in the beginning. – Ahh – hopes and disillusioning. An eternal circle. Death ‘n’ birth ‘n’ death ‘n’ birth ‘n’ death ‘n’ birth (Joni Mitchell) – Don’t Interrupt the Sorrow – The Hissing of Summer Lawns.

    • Agree: RichardTaylor
  61. @Jonathan Mason
    @J.Ross

    It wasn't that Trump told them to go home it was that he continued to insist that the election was stolen, and that the ceremony that Congress was enacting was illegitimate, thus adding fuel to the fires that he had himself started.

    As the commander-in-chief and head of the federal government, he should have instructed the deplorables to report to law enforcement with their IDs in hand.

    It is surely only a matter of time now before the media delicately reports that ambulances drew up in front of the White House and that soon afterwards an unnamed white male was removed in a straight jacket and taken to the Walter Reed military hospital.

    Replies: @J.Ross, @Anonymous, @Known Fact, @Thirdtwin, @R.G. Camara

    Look what “hiding in his bunker” got him when Blamtifa tried to storm the White House and burn down a church across the street. Now that was a day when an ambulance might have pulled up outside the White House and whisked him off to Walter Reed. Definitely a day when Secret Service agents were hauled off to the hospital. Trump was also roundly criticized and blamed for that mob action. But you’ve forgotten all about that day, haven’t you?

  62. @black sea
    @Jonathan Mason


    Some people have even alleged that this was a prostitution relationship, in other words that he was paying her for each sexual encounter.
     
    I've never run across this allegation, not that I've spent my days researching Harris' relationship to Willie Brown. Can you provide a link to an article that alleges this, i.e. that he was paying her for each individual sexual encounter?

    On another note, the suggestion that any woman who marries a rich and powerful man is a whore is not only slanderous, but absurd. Women respond to markers of suitability and fitness in their selection of spouses, as do men.

    Rich and powerful men have attributes that attract many women because -- consciously or subconsciously -- they want those same attributes in their offspring. They also want to be provided for during the child-rearing years and to give their offspring the best foot forward. In other words, a lot of the desire to marry a rich and powerful man has to do with procreative success. This may not be particularly noble, but a 42 year-old man chasing an 21-year-old woman isn't either, though it may be understandable.

    Replies: @Jonathan Mason, @anon

    I have seen allegations by posters on this board that Harris was a prostitute. I do not have time to track down a precise example.

  63. @Jonathan Mason
    I know it is widely believed that the young Kamala Harris had a sexual relationship with her mentor Willie Brown.

    Some people have even alleged that this was a prostitution relationship, in other words that he was paying her for each sexual encounter.

    But all this was many years ago and she didn't have children for him, which is the classic way in which women parlay sex into a share of wealth and power.

    Can you provide some more information about how she has showed a pattern of exchanging sex for money or promotion throughout her career?

    And even if this is all true, how different is this in essence from the careers of people like Nancy Reagan and Melania Trump who have gone from the whore house to the White House in a time-honored American tradition? Or really of any woman who, has married a rich and powerful man?

    And even if it is all 100% true and that she has blown her way to the top, wouldn't this be useful experience in politics? Didn't Mike Pence get and keep his current position by frequently switching between kneeling and being supine?

    Replies: @Gapeseed, @Polistra, @black sea, @Ron Mexico, @SunBakedSuburb, @JimDandy, @Anon, @Mr. Anon, @anon

    Sidwill Friends, Chicago Latin, Wellesley and Chicago’s Lake Shore Dr Gold Coast neighborhood aren’t whore houses.

    • Replies: @Hibernian
    @Anon

    Surely every woman who attends an elite school is a lifetime paragon of virtue, sexually and otherwise.

  64. Is Kamala Harris even really into men? I can’t find anything about any serious relationship other than her productive year with Willie Brown. She seemed to have gathered a ready made family (widower with children) right before her run for the Senate.

  65. @Jonathan Mason
    I know it is widely believed that the young Kamala Harris had a sexual relationship with her mentor Willie Brown.

    Some people have even alleged that this was a prostitution relationship, in other words that he was paying her for each sexual encounter.

    But all this was many years ago and she didn't have children for him, which is the classic way in which women parlay sex into a share of wealth and power.

    Can you provide some more information about how she has showed a pattern of exchanging sex for money or promotion throughout her career?

    And even if this is all true, how different is this in essence from the careers of people like Nancy Reagan and Melania Trump who have gone from the whore house to the White House in a time-honored American tradition? Or really of any woman who, has married a rich and powerful man?

    And even if it is all 100% true and that she has blown her way to the top, wouldn't this be useful experience in politics? Didn't Mike Pence get and keep his current position by frequently switching between kneeling and being supine?

    Replies: @Gapeseed, @Polistra, @black sea, @Ron Mexico, @SunBakedSuburb, @JimDandy, @Anon, @Mr. Anon, @anon

    Can you provide some more information about how she has showed a pattern of exchanging sex for money or promotion throughout her career?

    While she was Brown’s kept woman, she was appointed to half-time do-nothing government jobs that paid six figures – low six figures but that’s still pretty good for a make-work job. He also reportedly gave her a BMW.

    • Replies: @danand
    @Mr. Anon

    “While she was Brown’s kept woman...” she was much more fair skinned. What led to her becoming so much more “tanned” through the years, did Kamala work outdoors, San Francisco streets?

    https://flic.kr/p/2hzpaus

  66. anon[159] • Disclaimer says:
    @black sea
    @Jonathan Mason


    Some people have even alleged that this was a prostitution relationship, in other words that he was paying her for each sexual encounter.
     
    I've never run across this allegation, not that I've spent my days researching Harris' relationship to Willie Brown. Can you provide a link to an article that alleges this, i.e. that he was paying her for each individual sexual encounter?

    On another note, the suggestion that any woman who marries a rich and powerful man is a whore is not only slanderous, but absurd. Women respond to markers of suitability and fitness in their selection of spouses, as do men.

    Rich and powerful men have attributes that attract many women because -- consciously or subconsciously -- they want those same attributes in their offspring. They also want to be provided for during the child-rearing years and to give their offspring the best foot forward. In other words, a lot of the desire to marry a rich and powerful man has to do with procreative success. This may not be particularly noble, but a 42 year-old man chasing an 21-year-old woman isn't either, though it may be understandable.

    Replies: @Jonathan Mason, @anon

    the suggestion that any woman who marries a rich and powerful man is a whore is not only slanderous, but absurd

    Any, perhaps. But not all.

    Anna Nicole Smith’s Marriage Was a Gold Digging Master Class Gone Wrong

    Will there ever be a purer love story than the one between then-26-year-old Anna Nicole Smith and her 89-year-old billionaire husband J. Howard Marshall? The iconic blonde was known for her rollercoaster life and hysterical antics, all ending in 2007 from a tragic, accidental overdose. Yet nothing, not TrimSpa, not the Anna Nicole Smith Show, not even that time she slept with a ghost, defined her crazy life like Anna Nicole Smith’s marriage to the wheelchaired bound geriatric.

    https://www.intouchweekly.com/posts/anna-nicole-smith-marriage-155528/

  67. @anon
    Today the cable channels are full of the word "riot", which generally was not applied last summer to disturbances that involved burning buildings. Facebook and Twitter have both suspended Trump for an indefinite period of time. The former Chief Security Officer for Facebook was just on CNBC talking about how social media "shows both sides" (said with a straight face, mind you) but they must take more careful action about people spreading lies and conspiring to do bad things.

    The Tech lords have outlasted Trump, and since they gave substantial material assistance to the Biden / Harris ticket there's no danger of any sort of anti-trust or other action against them now. We can expect more gaslighting from the mainstream media, explicitly including Facebook, and slowly turning screws as the SJW's in Big Tech squeeze dissenters out of the public view.

    Something like the Chinese social credit system is visibly building up, yesterday's action at the US Capitol is providing an excuse, but it was in the works for a couple of years. Progtards just get to speed things up now, because "riot! RIOT!" screeching.

    Perhaps Biden / Harris can revise the no-fly list? "Are you now, or have you ever been, a supporter of Trump?" would be a dandy question as part of the check in procedure.

    PS:

    40 criminal cases have been brought in the last 36 hours by the US Attorney for DC vs. rioters. We can expect these to be strongly prosecuted, unlike the Antifa rioters who rioted in DC back in 2017 only to be released without charges afterwards.

    Replies: @Mr. Anon, @nebulafox

    Perhaps Biden / Harris can revise the no-fly list? “Are you now, or have you ever been, a supporter of Trump?” would be a dandy question as part of the check in procedure.

    You may laugh, but:

    Flight Attendants Union Calls For Ban Of Pro-Trump Rioters From Flights

    https://www.zerohedge.com/political/flight-attendants-union-calls-ban-pro-trump-rioters-flights

    Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi are calling for Trump to be deposed, either via the 25th amendment (hey, it’s a nice trial run for when they use it on old droolin’ Joe) or by impeachment.

    Bear in mind that Pelosi is the legislator who said we had to pass laws to see what was in them. And Schumer is the guy who gleefully issued threats to Trump back in early 2017 that the intelligence agencies had “six ways from Sunday” to get back at him. Get that? Secret spook organizations retalliating against elected officials – that’s “Democracy” in Schumer’s book.

    Those two are such rotten pieces of garbage.

  68. Kamala Harris will sue hairstylist-to-the-stars Jen Atkin for stealing the planned title for Kamala’s upcoming memoir/self-help book.

    Some alternative titles she could use:

    Better Fellate Than Never

    The Answer, My Friend, Is Blowing Willie Brown

    • LOL: Dan Hayes, fish
    • Replies: @Rob McX
    @Rob McX

    She could also try Swallow My Leader's

    Replies: @fish

    , @additionalMike
    @Rob McX

    "Tootin' On the Root"

    , @Gary in Gramercy
    @Rob McX

    O.K., let's cover the waterfront, all along the watchtower:

    Knockin' On Bedroom Doors;

    Who Blew Willie Brown? [based on "Who Killed Davey Moore?"];

    It Takes A Whore To Suck, It Takes A Pro To Swallow;

    When The Fleet Comes In;

    Tangled Up In Goo;

    You're Gonna Steal My Donors When You Go;

    Russian River Whore [based on "Red River Shore"]; and of course,

    Blind Willie Don't Tell.

    , @Reg Cæsar
    @Rob McX


    The Autobiography of Neil N. B. Armstrong.
     
  69. Brave virtuous Elaine Chao, Mrs. Mitch McC. and Chinese shipping princess, to resign as Transportation Secretary effective 9 days before Biden takes over. What courage!

    • Replies: @Dan Hayes
    @ES

    Ms Chao is a virtuous and obedient Han wife dedicated to protecting the good name of her non-slant-eyed hubby in his devotion to big business and other oligarchic entities!

  70. @Polistra
    @Jonathan Mason


    people like Nancy Reagan and Melania Trump who have gone from the whore house to the White House in a time-honored American tradition?
     
    For filth like that, you should have your tongue cut out. You are a disgrace.

    Replies: @Gary in Gramercy

    Two words: Pamela Harriman.

  71. anon[133] • Disclaimer says:
    @J.Ross
    Ars Technica, which is not a political site but which has been invaded by the same leftists as everything else, is flat out lying that Trump told "insurrectionists"* to "invade" the Capitol (he told people to go home, and Twitter censored him for it). Ars is also cheering that social media feels emboldened to censor more.

    *Insurrectionists. Meddling. Lean forward. What is it with the clumsyness of leftist word choice? Is this the outermost edge of homosexuality?

    Replies: @Jonathan Mason, @TelfoedJohn, @anon, @anon

    Ars Technica, which is not a political site but which has been invaded by the same leftists as everything else, is flat out lying

    Science says liberals, not conservatives, are psychotic

    https://nypost.com/2016/06/09/science-says-liberal-beliefs-are-linked-to-pyschotic-traits/

    New study concludes liberals more likely to support censorship, hold double standards

    https://wqad.com/2019/10/03/new-study-concludes-women-and-liberals-more-likely-to-support-censorship-hold-double-standards/

    Pathological lying is in Factor 1 of the Psychopathy Checklist (PCL)

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pathological_lying

  72. @Jonathan Mason
    @J.Ross

    It wasn't that Trump told them to go home it was that he continued to insist that the election was stolen, and that the ceremony that Congress was enacting was illegitimate, thus adding fuel to the fires that he had himself started.

    As the commander-in-chief and head of the federal government, he should have instructed the deplorables to report to law enforcement with their IDs in hand.

    It is surely only a matter of time now before the media delicately reports that ambulances drew up in front of the White House and that soon afterwards an unnamed white male was removed in a straight jacket and taken to the Walter Reed military hospital.

    Replies: @J.Ross, @Anonymous, @Known Fact, @Thirdtwin, @R.G. Camara

    Looks like Mr. Soros has deployed a new paid troll to iSteve in the wake of the Crooked Vote protests. A bit overdoing it in your postings, don’t you think?

  73. @Rob McX

    Kamala Harris will sue hairstylist-to-the-stars Jen Atkin for stealing the planned title for Kamala’s upcoming memoir/self-help book.
     
    Some alternative titles she could use:

    Better Fellate Than Never

    The Answer, My Friend, Is Blowing Willie Brown

    Replies: @Rob McX, @additionalMike, @Gary in Gramercy, @Reg Cæsar

    She could also try Swallow My Leader’s

    • Replies: @fish
    @Rob McX


    She could also try Swallow My Leader’s

     

    You have the gift!
  74. anon[283] • Disclaimer says:
    @Jonathan Mason
    I know it is widely believed that the young Kamala Harris had a sexual relationship with her mentor Willie Brown.

    Some people have even alleged that this was a prostitution relationship, in other words that he was paying her for each sexual encounter.

    But all this was many years ago and she didn't have children for him, which is the classic way in which women parlay sex into a share of wealth and power.

    Can you provide some more information about how she has showed a pattern of exchanging sex for money or promotion throughout her career?

    And even if this is all true, how different is this in essence from the careers of people like Nancy Reagan and Melania Trump who have gone from the whore house to the White House in a time-honored American tradition? Or really of any woman who, has married a rich and powerful man?

    And even if it is all 100% true and that she has blown her way to the top, wouldn't this be useful experience in politics? Didn't Mike Pence get and keep his current position by frequently switching between kneeling and being supine?

    Replies: @Gapeseed, @Polistra, @black sea, @Ron Mexico, @SunBakedSuburb, @JimDandy, @Anon, @Mr. Anon, @anon

    people like Nancy Reagan and Melania Trump who have gone from the whore house to the White House in a time-honored American tradition?

    Did either of those women hold an elected office, and how is that different from Pelosi marrying an up-and-coming venture capitalist, riding his success to a $5 million vineyard? Or Hillary riding Bill to that same White House? What is it with leftists and not being able to make subtle distinctions? Or do they just lie all the time …?

    New study concludes … liberals more likely to support censorship, hold double standards

    https://wqad.com/2019/10/03/new-study-concludes-women-and-liberals-more-likely-to-support-censorship-hold-double-standards/

    Oh

    • Replies: @Jonathan Mason
    @anon

    Yes but was Pelosi more or less a hooker before she married her husband? Did she sleep her way into movie roles? Did she make a mysterious living as a "model"?

    Maybe she did but if so I didn't know about it.

    The allegations against Kamala Harris basically seem to come down to the fact that when she was quite young she had a relationship with the much older Willie Brown that was financially and politically helpful to her.

    But did that get her into the Senate, or did she have to sleep with a whole load of other people to get there?

    Maybe she liked the guy, who knows? He seems to be quite a character, and everybody knows that one of the perks of being a high-profile politician is that you get lots of pussy.

    That is a large part of the reasonwhy politicians will do absolutely anything to keep hold of their crash pad in DC.

    Anyway a few weeks from now she's going to be the president of the United States of America, and even if she is selling herself to sperm donors on Pennsylvania Avenue, after hours everyone will pretend that she's just taking her dog for a walk, so what difference does it make?

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @danand

  75. @BB753
    Never trust crowds and protests. They are all too easy to infiltrate and manipulate by pros, like FBI agents, antifas or even crisis actors. Trump shot himself in the foot because of his narcissism, though his speech was very entertaining.

    Replies: @additionalMike

    The first Republican riot since the Battle of Gettysburg.

    • LOL: BB753
  76. @Rob McX

    Kamala Harris will sue hairstylist-to-the-stars Jen Atkin for stealing the planned title for Kamala’s upcoming memoir/self-help book.
     
    Some alternative titles she could use:

    Better Fellate Than Never

    The Answer, My Friend, Is Blowing Willie Brown

    Replies: @Rob McX, @additionalMike, @Gary in Gramercy, @Reg Cæsar

    “Tootin’ On the Root”

  77. These people have absolutely no shame whatsoever. I have zero sympathy for rioters, no matter what their ideology is. Lock ’em all up. But MAGA ransacked offices. Antifa and Co. ruined the livelihoods of tens of thousands of already struggling people last summer.

    Why is Pelosi’s office worth more than some immigrant owned inner city shop that took decades to build? One question I suspect the media will not be asking the VP.

    • Agree: AP
  78. @Rob McX

    Kamala Harris will sue hairstylist-to-the-stars Jen Atkin for stealing the planned title for Kamala’s upcoming memoir/self-help book.
     
    Some alternative titles she could use:

    Better Fellate Than Never

    The Answer, My Friend, Is Blowing Willie Brown

    Replies: @Rob McX, @additionalMike, @Gary in Gramercy, @Reg Cæsar

    O.K., let’s cover the waterfront, all along the watchtower:

    Knockin’ On Bedroom Doors;

    Who Blew Willie Brown? [based on “Who Killed Davey Moore?”];

    It Takes A Whore To Suck, It Takes A Pro To Swallow;

    When The Fleet Comes In;

    Tangled Up In Goo;

    You’re Gonna Steal My Donors When You Go;

    Russian River Whore [based on “Red River Shore”]; and of course,

    Blind Willie Don’t Tell.

  79. @anon
    Today the cable channels are full of the word "riot", which generally was not applied last summer to disturbances that involved burning buildings. Facebook and Twitter have both suspended Trump for an indefinite period of time. The former Chief Security Officer for Facebook was just on CNBC talking about how social media "shows both sides" (said with a straight face, mind you) but they must take more careful action about people spreading lies and conspiring to do bad things.

    The Tech lords have outlasted Trump, and since they gave substantial material assistance to the Biden / Harris ticket there's no danger of any sort of anti-trust or other action against them now. We can expect more gaslighting from the mainstream media, explicitly including Facebook, and slowly turning screws as the SJW's in Big Tech squeeze dissenters out of the public view.

    Something like the Chinese social credit system is visibly building up, yesterday's action at the US Capitol is providing an excuse, but it was in the works for a couple of years. Progtards just get to speed things up now, because "riot! RIOT!" screeching.

    Perhaps Biden / Harris can revise the no-fly list? "Are you now, or have you ever been, a supporter of Trump?" would be a dandy question as part of the check in procedure.

    PS:

    40 criminal cases have been brought in the last 36 hours by the US Attorney for DC vs. rioters. We can expect these to be strongly prosecuted, unlike the Antifa rioters who rioted in DC back in 2017 only to be released without charges afterwards.

    Replies: @Mr. Anon, @nebulafox

    >Something like the Chinese social credit system is visibly building up, yesterday’s action at the US Capitol is providing an excuse, but it was in the works for a couple of years. Progtards just get to speed things up now, because “riot! RIOT!” screeching.

    Exactly what terrifies the hell out of me.

  80. @Rob McX
    @Rob McX

    She could also try Swallow My Leader's

    Replies: @fish

    She could also try Swallow My Leader’s

    You have the gift!

  81. @ES
    Brave virtuous Elaine Chao, Mrs. Mitch McC. and Chinese shipping princess, to resign as Transportation Secretary effective 9 days before Biden takes over. What courage!

    Replies: @Dan Hayes

    Ms Chao is a virtuous and obedient Han wife dedicated to protecting the good name of her non-slant-eyed hubby in his devotion to big business and other oligarchic entities!

  82. @Altai
    OT: Here's the footage of the black secret service guy headshotting the woman from about 5-7m away.

    https://twitter.com/LeftyCrypto/status/1347083637393653761

    Did the media give the black guy the spooks and twitchies to make him think he really was about to be killed or did it give him the sense of racial grievance?

    Since 2015 the job of the MSM has seemingly to have been to turn everyone who got twitchy about immigration restriction (Because they failed to assimilate as an American by fusing their personal identity with that of immigration and or because they really hate white people) into Chuck Schumer.

    If any elected US representative would have shot that woman, it would have been Chuck Schumer. Of course, he would never have hit her because he seems to be the edge of a full blown emotional breakdown when discussing funding for commemorative stamp programmes. He'd be more adrenaline than man, the ur-triggered, if confronted with a gentile woman in a MAGA hat acting like antifa-lite.

    Replies: @Jonathan Mason, @Wilkey, @anon, @Truth, @Anon, @Bite Moi

    Could be worse.At least it wasn’t a White cop shooting a black person.That would be tragic.

  83. @Known Fact
    I'm reminded of that 1946 scene where a hot young Lauren Bacall tells Bogie, "You know how to whistle, don't you? Just put your lips together ... and blow."

    Replies: @Jim Don Bob, @Lace the Artist Formerly Known as Race

  84. @Mr. Anon
    @Jonathan Mason


    Can you provide some more information about how she has showed a pattern of exchanging sex for money or promotion throughout her career?
     
    While she was Brown's kept woman, she was appointed to half-time do-nothing government jobs that paid six figures - low six figures but that's still pretty good for a make-work job. He also reportedly gave her a BMW.

    Replies: @danand

    “While she was Brown’s kept woman…” she was much more fair skinned. What led to her becoming so much more “tanned” through the years, did Kamala work outdoors, San Francisco streets?

    Kamey

  85. @anon
    @Jonathan Mason


    people like Nancy Reagan and Melania Trump who have gone from the whore house to the White House in a time-honored American tradition?
     
    Did either of those women hold an elected office, and how is that different from Pelosi marrying an up-and-coming venture capitalist, riding his success to a $5 million vineyard? Or Hillary riding Bill to that same White House? What is it with leftists and not being able to make subtle distinctions? Or do they just lie all the time ...?

    New study concludes ... liberals more likely to support censorship, hold double standards

    https://wqad.com/2019/10/03/new-study-concludes-women-and-liberals-more-likely-to-support-censorship-hold-double-standards/

     

    Oh

    Replies: @Jonathan Mason

    Yes but was Pelosi more or less a hooker before she married her husband? Did she sleep her way into movie roles? Did she make a mysterious living as a “model”?

    Maybe she did but if so I didn’t know about it.

    The allegations against Kamala Harris basically seem to come down to the fact that when she was quite young she had a relationship with the much older Willie Brown that was financially and politically helpful to her.

    But did that get her into the Senate, or did she have to sleep with a whole load of other people to get there?

    Maybe she liked the guy, who knows? He seems to be quite a character, and everybody knows that one of the perks of being a high-profile politician is that you get lots of pussy.

    That is a large part of the reasonwhy politicians will do absolutely anything to keep hold of their crash pad in DC.

    Anyway a few weeks from now she’s going to be the president of the United States of America, and even if she is selling herself to sperm donors on Pennsylvania Avenue, after hours everyone will pretend that she’s just taking her dog for a walk, so what difference does it make?

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @Jonathan Mason


    Anyway a few weeks from now she’s going to be the president of the United States of America...
     
    Already she's replaced Mrs Brown as "the bitch holding the Bible".


    Mr Brown, you've got a lovely mistress
    Girls as sharp as her are somethin' rare...
    , @danand
    @Jonathan Mason

    ...a few weeks from now she’s going to be the president of the United States of America...

    If Trump resigns within the next few days, will that make Kamala #47 or #48? Wonder what the over/under on that would be?

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

  86. @Rob McX
    @Gary in Gramercy


    Think of how many songs bear the title “On the Road Again.”
     
    But there's only one Canned Heat.

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

    Replies: @Gary in Gramercy, @Yojimbo/Zatoichi, @Jack Armstrong, @MBlanc46

    As I recall, they were successfully sued by Chicago musician Floyd Jones for having plagiarized his 1940s version of the number, which derives from a Tommy Johnson number from the late 1920s.

  87. @Anon
    @Jonathan Mason

    Sidwill Friends, Chicago Latin, Wellesley and Chicago's Lake Shore Dr Gold Coast neighborhood aren’t whore houses.

    Replies: @Hibernian

    Surely every woman who attends an elite school is a lifetime paragon of virtue, sexually and otherwise.

  88. @Yojimbo/Zatoichi
    @Rob McX

    Regarding the current events that transpired in DC on January 6, Canned Heat’s other hit is more appropriate.

    https://youtu.be/La1J2Ze7vzc

    Replies: @MBlanc46

    Our side should try to “Work Together”.

  89. @Known Fact
    I'm reminded of that 1946 scene where a hot young Lauren Bacall tells Bogie, "You know how to whistle, don't you? Just put your lips together ... and blow."

    Replies: @Jim Don Bob, @Lace the Artist Formerly Known as Race

    Bogie had to slap this bitch up numerous times, and I’m sure he never had to do anything but indicate that she was to give head when told. That’s one of the two reasons she married him. She was only good in the 40s. By the time of ‘How to Marry a Millionaire’, she was made to look ridiculous by Marilyn Monroe’s very real glamour, and that one especially liked Milton Berle in the back seat of a car.

    • Replies: @Known Fact
    @Lace the Artist Formerly Known as Race

    The reportedly hung-like-a-racehorse Milton Berle! They actually made a 50s sitcom out of How to Marry a Millionaire, one of the very first TV shows I dimly recall watching. But even as a wee lad I appreciated young Barbara Eden in the Monroe role, and Merry Anders -- a fairly hot strawberry blonde -- as the older, wiser Bacall character.

    Replies: @Lace the Artist Formerly Known as Race, @Known Fact

  90. @Ron Mexico
    @Jonathan Mason

    I am sure Kamala would cackle at your attempt to defend her honor.

    Replies: @Gary in Gramercy

    [Margaret Dumont as wealthy dowager Mrs. Teasdale to Groucho Marx, as scamp, scalawag and all-around charlatan Rufus T. Firefly, in 1933’s Duck Soup:]

    Mrs. Teasdale: Rufus, what are you doing?

    Rufus: I’m fighting for your honor, which is more than you ever did.

  91. @Ron Mexico
    @Jonathan Mason

    "It is surely only a matter of time now before the media delicately reports that ambulances drew up in front of the White House and that soon afterwards an unnamed white male was removed in a straight jacket and taken to the Walter Reed military hospital."
    You're going to go blind masturbating so much.

    Replies: @Gary in Gramercy

    You said to Mason the Idiot: “You’re going to go blind masturbating so much.”

    Or at least lose a toe.

  92. @Jonathan Mason
    @anon

    Yes but was Pelosi more or less a hooker before she married her husband? Did she sleep her way into movie roles? Did she make a mysterious living as a "model"?

    Maybe she did but if so I didn't know about it.

    The allegations against Kamala Harris basically seem to come down to the fact that when she was quite young she had a relationship with the much older Willie Brown that was financially and politically helpful to her.

    But did that get her into the Senate, or did she have to sleep with a whole load of other people to get there?

    Maybe she liked the guy, who knows? He seems to be quite a character, and everybody knows that one of the perks of being a high-profile politician is that you get lots of pussy.

    That is a large part of the reasonwhy politicians will do absolutely anything to keep hold of their crash pad in DC.

    Anyway a few weeks from now she's going to be the president of the United States of America, and even if she is selling herself to sperm donors on Pennsylvania Avenue, after hours everyone will pretend that she's just taking her dog for a walk, so what difference does it make?

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @danand

    Anyway a few weeks from now she’s going to be the president of the United States of America…

    Already she’s replaced Mrs Brown as “the bitch holding the Bible”.

    Mr Brown, you’ve got a lovely mistress
    Girls as sharp as her are somethin’ rare…

  93. @David 'The Diversity Mastermind' Lammey
    The Illuminati Purple Team of Usurers & ARSES team up for Barclay's.

    The 'Evil' (OTGOM) YT in FF-G is the official badman. A typical strong, intelligent Too Nordid = Evil in Rat Logic.

    The deeper level badman is a squat, ugly, hairy goblin YT Too Valleys. In order to find a Euro who can make even a dindu look heroic, they must've gone to the deepest darkest pits of the Valleys- 6 gazillion. Ofc valleys trolls too dumb to play supervillains. Useless race. Why even RF CGAF Abaerfan. Once coal mined all say sidekick races 100 Abers NCGAF!!!!

    He is so repellent, not just in his crawling to his daddy Too Dark, but in his physical materialization of the Ofc da MacDaddi-O of dapsyo...ad is a dark as coal Pimpqlicious Tall upstanding African!



    Any WM who stays Barclay's:
    •Go to nearest Piccadilly line stn
    • get train to Heathrow
    •get flight to Atlanta
    • set fire to Brothel
    •request datqun Sawyer as cellmate
    •bexime snow bunny
    • bend over for DS 5x p/day

    If YTs withdrew all cash from Barclay's (transfer to new bank or £200p/@ATM), we could cause a 'run' (NRockStylee) on the bank. In covid age when liquid assets are tight they'd be VERY successful. Illuminati would continue K-C plan but we'd increase awarenesses if we collapsed a bank!

    TV = TT - ORCO
    TD = SCP - HENMAN
    TN = Feds - SKELETORThe Illuminati Purple Team of Usurers & ARSES team up for Barclay's.

    The 'Evil' (OTGOM) YT in FF-G is the official badman. A typical strong, intelligent Too Nordid = Evil in Rat Logic.

    The deeper level badman is a squat, ugly, hairy goblin YT Too Valleys. In order to find a Euro who can make even a dindu look heroic, they must've gone to the deepest darkest pits of the Valleys- 6 gazillion. Ofc valleys trolls too dumb to play supervillains. Useless race. Why even RF CGAF Abaerfan. Once coal mined all say sidekick races 100 Abers NCGAF!!!!

    He is so repellent, not just in his crawling to his daddy Too Dark, but in his physical materialization of the Ofc da MacDaddi-O of dapsyo...ad is a dark as coal Pimpqlicious Tall upstanding African!



    Any WM who stays Barclay's:
    •Go to nearest Piccadilly line stn
    • get train to Heathrow
    •get flight to Atlanta
    • set fire to Brothel
    •request datqun Sawyer as cellmate
    •bexime snow bunny
    • bend over for DS 5x p/day

    If YTs withdrew all cash from Barclay's (transfer to new bank or £200p/@ATM), we could cause a 'run' (NRockStylee) on the bank. In covid age when liquid assets are tight they'd be VERY successful. Illuminati would continue K-C plan but we'd increase awarenesses if we collapsed a bank!

    TV = TT - ORCO
    TD = SCP - HENMAN
    TN = Feds - SKELETOR

    Replies: @Gary in Gramercy

    I assume all those who tut-tutted me a few days ago about the abbreviation “C.P.T.,” and how “protocol” required one to spell it out the first time in print for the uninitiated, will be all over this guy PDQ.

    I mean, he needs subtitles. In Esperanto, even, if it comes to that. In fairness, I think I figured out CGAF and NCGAF, but the rest of it is strictly, “one of the flay rods has gone out of skew on the treddle.”

  94. @Rob McX

    Kamala Harris will sue hairstylist-to-the-stars Jen Atkin for stealing the planned title for Kamala’s upcoming memoir/self-help book.
     
    Some alternative titles she could use:

    Better Fellate Than Never

    The Answer, My Friend, Is Blowing Willie Brown

    Replies: @Rob McX, @additionalMike, @Gary in Gramercy, @Reg Cæsar

    The Autobiography of Neil N. B. Armstrong.

  95. @Truth
    @Altai

    Maybe I'm missing something here, but did was that slight trickle of blood from the mouth more corresponding with being shot in the head with a high caliber weapon from 5-feet away, or biting down on a Hollywood blood pill?

    https://www.dearbloodymary.com/product-page/blood-capsules-6-pills

    Replies: @kaganovitch

    Maybe I’m missing something here, but did was that slight trickle of blood from the mouth more corresponding with being shot in the head with a high caliber weapon from 5-feet away, or biting down on a Hollywood blood pill?

    Ok! Truth is a truther.

  96. @Jonathan Mason
    @anon

    Yes but was Pelosi more or less a hooker before she married her husband? Did she sleep her way into movie roles? Did she make a mysterious living as a "model"?

    Maybe she did but if so I didn't know about it.

    The allegations against Kamala Harris basically seem to come down to the fact that when she was quite young she had a relationship with the much older Willie Brown that was financially and politically helpful to her.

    But did that get her into the Senate, or did she have to sleep with a whole load of other people to get there?

    Maybe she liked the guy, who knows? He seems to be quite a character, and everybody knows that one of the perks of being a high-profile politician is that you get lots of pussy.

    That is a large part of the reasonwhy politicians will do absolutely anything to keep hold of their crash pad in DC.

    Anyway a few weeks from now she's going to be the president of the United States of America, and even if she is selling herself to sperm donors on Pennsylvania Avenue, after hours everyone will pretend that she's just taking her dog for a walk, so what difference does it make?

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @danand

    …a few weeks from now she’s going to be the president of the United States of America…

    If Trump resigns within the next few days, will that make Kamala #47 or #48? Wonder what the over/under on that would be?

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @danand


    Wonder what the over/under on that would be?
     
    Was Willie over or under?


    Never mind... we really don't want to know!
  97. @danand
    @Jonathan Mason

    ...a few weeks from now she’s going to be the president of the United States of America...

    If Trump resigns within the next few days, will that make Kamala #47 or #48? Wonder what the over/under on that would be?

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    Wonder what the over/under on that would be?

    Was Willie over or under?

    Never mind… we really don’t want to know!

  98. @Lace the Artist Formerly Known as Race
    @Known Fact

    Bogie had to slap this bitch up numerous times, and I'm sure he never had to do anything but indicate that she was to give head when told. That's one of the two reasons she married him. She was only good in the 40s. By the time of 'How to Marry a Millionaire', she was made to look ridiculous by Marilyn Monroe's very real glamour, and that one especially liked Milton Berle in the back seat of a car.

    Replies: @Known Fact

    The reportedly hung-like-a-racehorse Milton Berle! They actually made a 50s sitcom out of How to Marry a Millionaire, one of the very first TV shows I dimly recall watching. But even as a wee lad I appreciated young Barbara Eden in the Monroe role, and Merry Anders — a fairly hot strawberry blonde — as the older, wiser Bacall character.

    • Replies: @Lace the Artist Formerly Known as Race
    @Known Fact

    Yes, such crazy woman she even told people that she liked Milton best because he could bring her to orgasm either more quickly or more fulfillingly, I forget which.

    Bacall definitely good in Key Largo, To Have and Have Not, a few others. My take is that she was just one who didn't age well, lost her beauty rather quickly. That happened to a few others who became reptilian-looking no matter hard they tried: Lana Turner, Joan Crawford (incredible older hard look after those youthful ingenue dance-pictures), and Garbo definitely aged, but didn't look like a lizard-woman like Bacall and Crawford did, and Dietrich was always made up so you couldn't see what it really looked like.

    , @Known Fact
    @Known Fact

    Garbo was in a class by herself and had the good sense to retire from film while still in her mid-30s. Her final flick, Two-Faced Woman (1941), was a sad anticlimax but Ninotchka (1939 -- the best movie year ever) remains divine.

    Replies: @Lace the Artist Formerly Known as Race

  99. @JimB
    @Jonathan Mason


    Unfortunately the poor dude had probably swallowed the Kool-Aid about his sacred duty to protect the leaders of our great nation.
     
    Look at how calmly he fired his weapon. And there are already a ton of disciplined armed guards interspersed with the crowd this guy fires into. It’s either an example of low IQ bad judgement by an affirmative action SS agent hired during the Obama administration or this guy is a stone cold whitey hating racist.

    Replies: @Jim Bob Lassiter

    How about all of the above?

  100. @peterike
    @Jonathan Mason


    This has been so bad this time around that it might be a good idea to make the US a one-party state, like many other pseudo-democracies led by dictators.
     
    What the hell do you think just happened? That's been the goal all along and now it's baked.

    My new capsule description for what the United States will become in 2021: a woke East Germany.

    And yes, we will have a legally empowered Stasi. Hate speech laws will be on the books before the end of the year.

    Replies: @Macumazahn

    Look for them to attack the 4th Amendment next. It’ll be similar in form to the unconstitutional ERPO laws that they’ve already imposed in a number of States. That RV explosion in Nashville could be a seed for it. Supposedly the alleged bomber’s onetime-girlfriend awakened the cops who, having no evidence of any kind, made only cursory efforts to contact the guy. Well, we can’t have that! Someone was scared, and later on it turned out that she was right! Some crimes are so heinous that the mere allegation ought to overcome that pesky Constitution! But only if a judge allows it, of course. So we’ll see warrants issue for intrusive searches, based on no evidence at all. That way, when the cops are tossing your house (based on your ex-wife’s claim that you’re collecting match-heads to build a bomb) they can surely turn up those newly-restricted firearms that you apparently thought you could “resist” registering under the NFA. Can you say, “felony”?

  101. @Known Fact
    @Lace the Artist Formerly Known as Race

    The reportedly hung-like-a-racehorse Milton Berle! They actually made a 50s sitcom out of How to Marry a Millionaire, one of the very first TV shows I dimly recall watching. But even as a wee lad I appreciated young Barbara Eden in the Monroe role, and Merry Anders -- a fairly hot strawberry blonde -- as the older, wiser Bacall character.

    Replies: @Lace the Artist Formerly Known as Race, @Known Fact

    Yes, such crazy woman she even told people that she liked Milton best because he could bring her to orgasm either more quickly or more fulfillingly, I forget which.

    Bacall definitely good in Key Largo, To Have and Have Not, a few others. My take is that she was just one who didn’t age well, lost her beauty rather quickly. That happened to a few others who became reptilian-looking no matter hard they tried: Lana Turner, Joan Crawford (incredible older hard look after those youthful ingenue dance-pictures), and Garbo definitely aged, but didn’t look like a lizard-woman like Bacall and Crawford did, and Dietrich was always made up so you couldn’t see what it really looked like.

  102. @Known Fact
    @Lace the Artist Formerly Known as Race

    The reportedly hung-like-a-racehorse Milton Berle! They actually made a 50s sitcom out of How to Marry a Millionaire, one of the very first TV shows I dimly recall watching. But even as a wee lad I appreciated young Barbara Eden in the Monroe role, and Merry Anders -- a fairly hot strawberry blonde -- as the older, wiser Bacall character.

    Replies: @Lace the Artist Formerly Known as Race, @Known Fact

    Garbo was in a class by herself and had the good sense to retire from film while still in her mid-30s. Her final flick, Two-Faced Woman (1941), was a sad anticlimax but Ninotchka (1939 — the best movie year ever) remains divine.

    • Replies: @Lace the Artist Formerly Known as Race
    @Known Fact

    Lots of people see that last part of the career that way, whereas I see Ninotchka as her weakest movie (except a couple of the silent ones, maybe), and the famous 'laughing Garbo' rings false to me. The Adrian gown was like a small-town prom gown, didn't work for someone that large-scale (and the gowns always had, especially in Romance and Anna Karenina). I thought Ina Claire the best thing about Ninotchka. And while most agree with you about Two-Faced Woman, I thought it was much better than I had been led to believe, and we see Garbo's athletic form in a bathing suit, and Constance Bennett in best form.

    I thought Garbo's worst problem was that she had too strong a presence to have many good leading men. Though Charles Boyer is marvelous as Napoleon in Conquest. Probably had to do with studio conflicts that were always rampant, but it would have been wonderful had she and Gary Cooper done a movie together--they were the best-looking (a lot of people have said that.) Although John Gilbert, whom she almost married and had had a long affair with, was sometimes worthy of her, but had too high a voice. Camille is good, but I think Anna Karenina is where she's most perfect (saw just now that she and Gilbert had made a silent called Love which was also the Karenina story. I've probably even seen it, but can't remember. I also like her in Grand Hotel, though, think it's a great movie.

    Replies: @Known Fact

  103. @J.Ross
    @Abe

    Was going to remark on this. Forget the police tolerating leftists while murdering rightists. Forget Trump's exact phrasing. Forget the election fraud. The one-headline analysis, the one headline you include in a textbook, is "Trump banned indefinitely from FaceBook." What is FaceBook? FaceBook is an enemy media platform, an anti-Trump and anti-free speech entity, and to an extent an arm of the Democrats (or the other way around). Trump voluntarily goes there and to Twitter, where he subjects himself to the policies of people who want him and his supporters to die violently. It's (very) like if we depended on the PRC for all our communications and then complained when they, being Chinese, censored us. Trump did nothing about this for four years, no regulatory clampdown, no policy clarification, no alternative platform.

    Replies: @AnotherDad, @J.Ross

    Follow-up to this: “We will not be SILENCED!” — Trump [is permitted by Patrón Dorsey to tweet, for now].

  104. @Known Fact
    @Known Fact

    Garbo was in a class by herself and had the good sense to retire from film while still in her mid-30s. Her final flick, Two-Faced Woman (1941), was a sad anticlimax but Ninotchka (1939 -- the best movie year ever) remains divine.

    Replies: @Lace the Artist Formerly Known as Race

    Lots of people see that last part of the career that way, whereas I see Ninotchka as her weakest movie (except a couple of the silent ones, maybe), and the famous ‘laughing Garbo’ rings false to me. The Adrian gown was like a small-town prom gown, didn’t work for someone that large-scale (and the gowns always had, especially in Romance and Anna Karenina). I thought Ina Claire the best thing about Ninotchka. And while most agree with you about Two-Faced Woman, I thought it was much better than I had been led to believe, and we see Garbo’s athletic form in a bathing suit, and Constance Bennett in best form.

    I thought Garbo’s worst problem was that she had too strong a presence to have many good leading men. Though Charles Boyer is marvelous as Napoleon in Conquest. Probably had to do with studio conflicts that were always rampant, but it would have been wonderful had she and Gary Cooper done a movie together–they were the best-looking (a lot of people have said that.) Although John Gilbert, whom she almost married and had had a long affair with, was sometimes worthy of her, but had too high a voice. Camille is good, but I think Anna Karenina is where she’s most perfect (saw just now that she and Gilbert had made a silent called Love which was also the Karenina story. I’ve probably even seen it, but can’t remember. I also like her in Grand Hotel, though, think it’s a great movie.

    • Replies: @Known Fact
    @Lace the Artist Formerly Known as Race

    My dream matchup would have been Garbo with Errol Flynn in some dashing bodice-ripper where he cheerfully punctures her icy pretensions, although I like how Melvyn Douglas handled things in Ninotchka. I had the good fortune to see all her films, in order, in a real theater -- and was most impressed with Queen Christina. She's terrific in Anna Karenina but QC is much more fun overall.

  105. @Lace the Artist Formerly Known as Race
    @Known Fact

    Lots of people see that last part of the career that way, whereas I see Ninotchka as her weakest movie (except a couple of the silent ones, maybe), and the famous 'laughing Garbo' rings false to me. The Adrian gown was like a small-town prom gown, didn't work for someone that large-scale (and the gowns always had, especially in Romance and Anna Karenina). I thought Ina Claire the best thing about Ninotchka. And while most agree with you about Two-Faced Woman, I thought it was much better than I had been led to believe, and we see Garbo's athletic form in a bathing suit, and Constance Bennett in best form.

    I thought Garbo's worst problem was that she had too strong a presence to have many good leading men. Though Charles Boyer is marvelous as Napoleon in Conquest. Probably had to do with studio conflicts that were always rampant, but it would have been wonderful had she and Gary Cooper done a movie together--they were the best-looking (a lot of people have said that.) Although John Gilbert, whom she almost married and had had a long affair with, was sometimes worthy of her, but had too high a voice. Camille is good, but I think Anna Karenina is where she's most perfect (saw just now that she and Gilbert had made a silent called Love which was also the Karenina story. I've probably even seen it, but can't remember. I also like her in Grand Hotel, though, think it's a great movie.

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    My dream matchup would have been Garbo with Errol Flynn in some dashing bodice-ripper where he cheerfully punctures her icy pretensions, although I like how Melvyn Douglas handled things in Ninotchka. I had the good fortune to see all her films, in order, in a real theater — and was most impressed with Queen Christina. She’s terrific in Anna Karenina but QC is much more fun overall.

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