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A one-individual Coalition of the Fringes has been arrested in the latest NYC hate crime. From the New York Post:

Woman arrested for pepper-spraying 7 people in possible bias attack: cops
By Craig McCarthy, Tina Moore and Aaron Feis March 10, 2019 | 10:24am |

A transgender career criminal who allegedly pepper-sprayed seven people near Manhattan subway stations in an apparent anti-white bias attack is in police custody, authorities said Sunday.

Thomas Heard, whom a high-ranking police source said identifies as a woman, first sprayed a 29-year-old man in Harlem on the southbound side of the 125th Street station on the ­A/C/B/D lines around noon Friday and ran, cops said.
As Heard headed west on 125th Street, she sprayed five more people — a 47-year-old man, and four women, ages 48, 38, 30 and 23, police said.

Then, about an hour later, she sprayed a 30-year-old woman on the southbound platform at the 96th Street 1 train station, police said.

Throughout her alleged spree, Heard, 37, made anti-white statements, cops said.

… Heard was busted Saturday afternoon near that street’s intersection with Crotona Avenue for kicking and threatening a woman with a sharp object, and pepper-spraying her boyfriend, police said.

She had pepper spray and a pair of scissors on her when she was nabbed, cops said.

Heard — who has been arrested 65 times since Jan. 2002 for charges including prostitution, assault on police, grand larceny and fraud — was awaiting arraignment Sunday morning on a slew of charges, including assault, menacing and harassment as a hate crime.

My latest Taki’s Magazine column, “LARPing Hate,” a book review of Wilfred Reilly’s Hate Crime Hoax, explains why I’ve come around to believing that it makes sense to add on hate crime charges in the case of wholly gratuitous crimes like this that wouldn’t have happened without demographic animosity aforethought.

Of course, the ACLU seems to believe it’s not a hate crime if the aggressor Punches Up.

 
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  1. Why “Thomas”?

    Appellation seems dubious.

  2. Is pathological criminal now a victim group in the same way that illegal aliens are?

    • Replies: @J.Ross
    This is an old idea, it goes back to nineteenth century European novelists.
  3. One of the saddest, redpilling, and (not literally) sobering moments I have had was reviewing the general predictions of Ee Vull Racists from the civil rights era (or other periods: Ben Tillman was half a century earlier but very much in this vein) and seeing that they were pretty much on target, for logical reasons, versus the expectations of various cohorts of progressives. Given that, we might review outdated and forgotten stereotypes, in case we are throwing out more than bathwater. We would find that trannies have in the past been seen as violent crazies, with their specific violence being unprovoked lashing-out at perceived victimization (like cutting up a cheating boyfriend). There have been numerous tranny attacks in the past few years and they have tracked the top-down enforced acceptance campaign. It seems like they may be a reaction to discovering the effectiveness of top-down enforced acceptance campaigns.

    • Replies: @Anon1
    If a man dresses up like a woman, he's obviously mentally ill and erratic. It shouldn't be surprising that such people are prone to violent behavior.

    If that cross dresser also happens to be black, he's at an especially high risk of violent criminality.

    If you ever see a black cross dresser, immediately flee.
    , @Anonymous
    50% if not more of the zeal in the tranny power movement, esp. among college SJW kids, is their Whiggish, historically unsupported conceit that they are the forensic pioneers and the first people anywhere in the world to identify "gender dysphoria." They think they invented it-- heroes exposing a critical social deficiency that unenlightened serfs in various countries in various economic systems around the world for millennia somehow missed or never got around to scientifically, vibrantly affirming. The trans-ecstatic grunts don't read books, aren't familiar with anthropology of non-Protestant/Catholic cultures, and generally only have a knowledge window stretching back to the 1990s with whatever worldview a 200-channel cable TV package was propounding at the time. The academic trans-thumpers who guide the grunts haven't studied and researched widely because tailored majors in Queer Grievance, which is a regimen of curated agitprop in most cases, were available throughout the Western education market starting 30-35 yrs ago.
    , @guest
    Remember the Crying Game? Transvestite rather than transsexual I think. But anyway, our culture (Anglo-Irish culture in the movie I guess, but our culture too) has known for long enough.
    , @Reg Cæsar

    There have been numerous tranny attacks in the past few years
     
    Ah, for the good old days of Christine Jorgensen, Wendy Carlos, Jan Morris, and Renee Richards. They only cut themselves.
  4. Gov. Cuomo, call your office… there’s a “hate crime” for you to get up on your high holy pulpit and sanctimoniously denounce. Your State Police “Hate Crimes Unit” awaits their marching orders and is ready for the photo op. Al Sharpton and Bill deBlasio are on standby…

    • Replies: @NJ Transit Commuter
    @Dr. X
    Gov. Cuomo and NY law enforcement top brass don’t have time to bother with a minor incident like this.

    They are still preparing for the trial of the two 12 year olds that drew chalk swasticas.
    , @Buffalo Joe
    Dr.X, Great comment about a truly repugnant person, Cuomo, not the perp.
  5. Speaking of trannies and trains, about 10 years ago, there was a trans affirmative action driver on a trolly in Boston that caused a crash. Ever since, I’ve wondered about what the safety statistics are for tranny operators of everything from cars to forklifts. Didn’t Bruce Jenner cause a fatal crash?

    • Replies: @anonymous
    Yes, Bruce was driving a Cadillac and may have had mechanical trouble...as I remember, there was speculation at the time that something went wrong with the tranny.
    , @wren
    Or not operating the vehicle.

    That self driving uber test driver who killed a pedestrian was a transgender felon.

    https://www.google.com/amp/s/amp.azcentral.com/amp/724542002

    , @Brutusale
    Indeed.

    https://www.foxnews.com/story/report-boston-trolley-driver-was-hired-with-transgender-minority-status

    Texting "his" girlfriend when "he" crashed the trolley.
  6. has been arrested 65 times since Jan. 2002.
    This thing should still be in prison…
    I remeber a time when there was just 2 genders,
    Why is this not a hate crime?
    Where is the outrage on MSM?

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    I remeber a time when there was just 2 genders
     
    You must be young. I remember a time when there were no genders. Except in pronouns.

    Gender was something y0u learned in French or German. Sex was in biology class.


    Note #12 on this list:

    List of languages by type of grammatical genders-- No grammatical gender
    , @Hypnotoad666

    has been arrested 65 times since Jan. 2002.
    This thing should still be in prison
     
    Don't be harsh, doesn't everyone deserve a 66th chance?
    , @james wilson
    He, she, it.
    , @dvorak

    has been arrested 65 times since Jan. 2002.
    This thing should still be in prison…
     
    Bleeding heart boomer detected.
    The sentence must be Transportation (to Liberia).
    , @Lurker
    About once every 96 days! For seventeen years!
    , @Anonymous
    This is De Blasio’s NYC. Be glad it’s not being called the victim by the media and talking heads from all the Barbecue Bobs’(?) calling the cops on a black ‘woman’ walking while trans.
  7. @J.Ross
    One of the saddest, redpilling, and (not literally) sobering moments I have had was reviewing the general predictions of Ee Vull Racists from the civil rights era (or other periods: Ben Tillman was half a century earlier but very much in this vein) and seeing that they were pretty much on target, for logical reasons, versus the expectations of various cohorts of progressives. Given that, we might review outdated and forgotten stereotypes, in case we are throwing out more than bathwater. We would find that trannies have in the past been seen as violent crazies, with their specific violence being unprovoked lashing-out at perceived victimization (like cutting up a cheating boyfriend). There have been numerous tranny attacks in the past few years and they have tracked the top-down enforced acceptance campaign. It seems like they may be a reaction to discovering the effectiveness of top-down enforced acceptance campaigns.

    If a man dresses up like a woman, he’s obviously mentally ill and erratic. It shouldn’t be surprising that such people are prone to violent behavior.

    If that cross dresser also happens to be black, he’s at an especially high risk of violent criminality.

    If you ever see a black cross dresser, immediately flee.

    • Agree: Stan d Mute, Federalist
  8. @Dr. X
    Gov. Cuomo, call your office... there's a "hate crime" for you to get up on your high holy pulpit and sanctimoniously denounce. Your State Police "Hate Crimes Unit" awaits their marching orders and is ready for the photo op. Al Sharpton and Bill deBlasio are on standby...


    Gov. Cuomo and NY law enforcement top brass don’t have time to bother with a minor incident like this.

    They are still preparing for the trial of the two 12 year olds that drew chalk swasticas.

    • Replies: @Alfa158
    Not anymore they aren’t. The two kids have been identified as one of them being Asian and the other Black. It’s now back to boys will be boys, nothing to see here, move on there pal or I’ll have to run you in.
  9. @songbird
    Speaking of trannies and trains, about 10 years ago, there was a trans affirmative action driver on a trolly in Boston that caused a crash. Ever since, I've wondered about what the safety statistics are for tranny operators of everything from cars to forklifts. Didn't Bruce Jenner cause a fatal crash?

    Yes, Bruce was driving a Cadillac and may have had mechanical trouble…as I remember, there was speculation at the time that something went wrong with the tranny.

    • Replies: @Buffalo Joe
    Anonymous, tough to drive safely while wearing heels.
    , @Father O'Hara
    Imagine that thing touching you! Eeek!
    , @Mr. Anon

    Yes, Bruce was driving a Cadillac and may have had mechanical trouble…as I remember, there was speculation at the time that something went wrong with the tranny.
     
    I thought he threw a rod.
  10. @wren
    Is pathological criminal now a victim group in the same way that illegal aliens are?

    This is an old idea, it goes back to nineteenth century European novelists.

  11. ‘…As Heard headed west on 125th Street, she sprayed five more people — a 47-year-old man, and four women, ages 48, 38, 30 and 23, police said…’

    Surely, ‘it’ is the appropriate pronoun in cases of disputed or uncertain gender.

    • Agree: ben tillman
  12. Thomasina is upset that Clyde hasn’t axed her out.

  13. @songbird
    Speaking of trannies and trains, about 10 years ago, there was a trans affirmative action driver on a trolly in Boston that caused a crash. Ever since, I've wondered about what the safety statistics are for tranny operators of everything from cars to forklifts. Didn't Bruce Jenner cause a fatal crash?

    Or not operating the vehicle.

    That self driving uber test driver who killed a pedestrian was a transgender felon.

    https://www.google.com/amp/s/amp.azcentral.com/amp/724542002

    • Replies: @wren
    It appears that Uber may have specifically hired this person (who went on to kill a pedestrian because he/she was watching a TV show at the time they were supposed to be keeping their eyes on the road) because they were transgender and a felon.

    https://www.azcentral.com/story/news/local/tempe/2018/03/19/operator-self-driving-uber-vehicle-killed-pedestrian-felon/440501002/

    So, to answer my earlier question, yes felons have become a victim group that is already getting affirmative action in some quarters.
  14. Those last incidents happened in the Arthur ave. neighborhood in the Bronx. Needless to say that never would have happened in the old days. See “A Bronx Tale” for reference.

  15. Anonymous[318] • Disclaimer says:
    @J.Ross
    One of the saddest, redpilling, and (not literally) sobering moments I have had was reviewing the general predictions of Ee Vull Racists from the civil rights era (or other periods: Ben Tillman was half a century earlier but very much in this vein) and seeing that they were pretty much on target, for logical reasons, versus the expectations of various cohorts of progressives. Given that, we might review outdated and forgotten stereotypes, in case we are throwing out more than bathwater. We would find that trannies have in the past been seen as violent crazies, with their specific violence being unprovoked lashing-out at perceived victimization (like cutting up a cheating boyfriend). There have been numerous tranny attacks in the past few years and they have tracked the top-down enforced acceptance campaign. It seems like they may be a reaction to discovering the effectiveness of top-down enforced acceptance campaigns.

    50% if not more of the zeal in the tranny power movement, esp. among college SJW kids, is their Whiggish, historically unsupported conceit that they are the forensic pioneers and the first people anywhere in the world to identify “gender dysphoria.” They think they invented it– heroes exposing a critical social deficiency that unenlightened serfs in various countries in various economic systems around the world for millennia somehow missed or never got around to scientifically, vibrantly affirming. The trans-ecstatic grunts don’t read books, aren’t familiar with anthropology of non-Protestant/Catholic cultures, and generally only have a knowledge window stretching back to the 1990s with whatever worldview a 200-channel cable TV package was propounding at the time. The academic trans-thumpers who guide the grunts haven’t studied and researched widely because tailored majors in Queer Grievance, which is a regimen of curated agitprop in most cases, were available throughout the Western education market starting 30-35 yrs ago.

    • Agree: GermanReader2
    • Replies: @Trevor H.

    a regimen of curated agitprop
     
    Well there's a phrase worth stealing!
  16. Somewhat related, Ace of Spades has a link to a youtube video by some dude calling himself “Mr. Reagan.” It details the money men behind AOC — Sakat Chakrabarti, some flaming dude from Tennessee, both veterans of the Bernie Campaign, and Cenk Ugyur of the Young Turks. All but the flaming dude are non-White. Chakrabarti is a devotee of Chandra Bose, who wanted a Brown Naziism apparently (mixed with Communism). These dudes formed “the Justice Democrats” and essentially plan to primary out all people in the Party they don’t control.

    In case you missed it, the candidates on their slate are: Rashida Tlaib, Ayanna Pressley, Jose Grijalva, AOC and of course, Ilhan Omar.

    Yep, that’s why there was no censure of Omar and all the above came to her defense. They are all part of the same political machine and the money comes from both Chakrabarti and ultimately Qatar through Cenk Ugyur.

    All this People of Color and Tranny pandering has come to roost.

    If WASPs and a few Jewish intellectuals, lawyers, semi-Gentry ran the Democratic Party from FDR to JFK, afterwards it has been a slow descent into non-White pandering technocrats of ethnic origin (Dukakis would have been President had he not pandered to Black voters by giving Willie Horton a free rape/torture weekend pass after the latter was convicted of a brutal murder of a 16 year old White convenience store clerk). Thence to the Clintons who continued to run and fund the Party even under Obama. I find it extraordinary that Obama did not have his own pick for President who he engineered into succession.

    Now with the demographic majority behind them and the anti-White male moral panics of most White women and particularly Soccer Moms, a bunch of mysterious weird foreigners and a flaming gay dude have decided they can have America as their own possession.

    All this culture stuff matters. It matters because it gives “holy space” to foreign grifters who mouth the holy writ of holiness — trannies, Blacks, gays, “people of color” are holy holy holy and White man is Satan — the space to destroy. So to speak. Or more practically stage a semi coup and run the country like a Pol Pot vacation (that’s the upside with these dudes).

    So, yes Trump is WWE faker who never meant any of this and dudes like Mitch McConnell Paul Ryan are the cheap labor Chamber of Commerce destroyers of the American Dream. An America run by Sakat Chakrabarti and company would be so bad, basically Brown Hitler, that the “final solution” to America’s White guy problem is guaranteed. [Cheered on by every Soccer Mom no doubt until the second the blade falls on their neck too.]

    It used to be that rich dudes who ran hedge funds or the equivalent (Buffett, Blankfein, etc) and various corporate execs of Disney, GE, GM, Monsanto, Johnson and Johnson were the real power behind both parties and largely controlled both policy and personnel. Its why things were arranged to their liking and why the situation today is so bad. It will be even worse likely when not if Chakrabarti runs things.

  17. OT. We Wuz Kangs:

    https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/8603268/mansa-musa-richest-man-ever-crippled-economies/

    ETA: The grammar errors in this are seriously embarrassing. The “10 Richest” chart, in particular, looks like it was put together by a non-native English speaker:

    “King of the Mali empire, fortunate incalculatable.”

    • Replies: @Cloudbuster
    Basically, he was sitting on the mother lode of Vibranium. Wakanda!
    , @El Dato
    We have now reached the point when "writers" exist who are dysfunctional if they don't have a laptop with Grammarly installed.
    , @David
    Someone is finally pushing back against Adam Smith's racist hate.

    The accommodation of an European prince does not always so much exceed that of an industrious and frugal peasant, as the accommodation of the latter exceeds that of many an African king, the absolute masters of the lives and liberties of ten thousand naked savages.
     
    , @Alden
    There are no gold mines in Mali It’s only natural resources are salt and slaves. Both commodities are widespread all over the world. So I wonder where all that gold came from.
  18. @wren
    Or not operating the vehicle.

    That self driving uber test driver who killed a pedestrian was a transgender felon.

    https://www.google.com/amp/s/amp.azcentral.com/amp/724542002

    It appears that Uber may have specifically hired this person (who went on to kill a pedestrian because he/she was watching a TV show at the time they were supposed to be keeping their eyes on the road) because they were transgender and a felon.

    https://www.azcentral.com/story/news/local/tempe/2018/03/19/operator-self-driving-uber-vehicle-killed-pedestrian-felon/440501002/

    So, to answer my earlier question, yes felons have become a victim group that is already getting affirmative action in some quarters.

  19. @Dr. X
    Gov. Cuomo, call your office... there's a "hate crime" for you to get up on your high holy pulpit and sanctimoniously denounce. Your State Police "Hate Crimes Unit" awaits their marching orders and is ready for the photo op. Al Sharpton and Bill deBlasio are on standby...

    Dr.X, Great comment about a truly repugnant person, Cuomo, not the perp.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    Can we get Caitlin to come home to Mount Kisco for a gubernatorial run?

    That way we can flip the slogan Andy came up with for his dad. "Vote for the homo, not for Cuomo."
    , @Harry Baldwin
    One thing I'll say about Cuomo, the repugnance of his soul is fully apparent in his appearance. If he had been born earlier he could have gotten a role as a thug in "The Godfather," unless Coppola felt he looked too "over the top." Fortunately, on the basis of physiognomy alone he has no future in national politics.
  20. @Cloudbuster
    OT. We Wuz Kangs:

    https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/8603268/mansa-musa-richest-man-ever-crippled-economies/

    ETA: The grammar errors in this are seriously embarrassing. The "10 Richest" chart, in particular, looks like it was put together by a non-native English speaker:

    "King of the Mali empire, fortunate incalculatable."

    Basically, he was sitting on the mother lode of Vibranium. Wakanda!

  21. @anonymous
    Yes, Bruce was driving a Cadillac and may have had mechanical trouble...as I remember, there was speculation at the time that something went wrong with the tranny.

    Anonymous, tough to drive safely while wearing heels.

    • Replies: @anonymous
    Mr. Joe, I hope my testosterone level stays stable. I don't want to find out.
  22. @Bruce County
    has been arrested 65 times since Jan. 2002.
    This thing should still be in prison...
    I remeber a time when there was just 2 genders,
    Why is this not a hate crime?
    Where is the outrage on MSM?

    I remeber a time when there was just 2 genders

    You must be young. I remember a time when there were no genders. Except in pronouns.

    Gender was something y0u learned in French or German. Sex was in biology class.

    Note #12 on this list:

    List of languages by type of grammatical genders– No grammatical gender

    • Replies: @scrivener3
    Funny the Supreme Court seems to drive even our thought/language. Some secretary replaced "sex" with "gender" in some famous case because she thought the Justice would be mortified about having the word "sex" referenced so many times in his opinion (while he probably constantly thought about getting more sex) and she thought it was icky to ever even say or write "sex"; gender is so much more antiseptic.

    And "diversity" was totally due to some supreme court justice in dicta saying of course universities could discriminate on skin color if they believed in their wisdom more dark skin would make the educational environment better for all.

    I guess language follows power. As Nietzsche said in the beginning the powerful named everything and attached the labels good or bad according to how thay found the thing. The USSC has so much power they speak and we gladly pile on.
    , @MBlanc46
    Hear, hear! The “sex”/“gender” war may well be lost, but I’m going to fight it to the last bullet.
    , @International Jew
    Interesting list. The various classifications all cut across lots of language families.

    Hebrew and Arabic are sorta hyper-gendered in that it's not just nouns that have gender, but verbs too.
  23. @Buffalo Joe
    Dr.X, Great comment about a truly repugnant person, Cuomo, not the perp.

    Can we get Caitlin to come home to Mount Kisco for a gubernatorial run?

    That way we can flip the slogan Andy came up with for his dad. “Vote for the homo, not for Cuomo.”

    • Replies: @ben tillman
    You're in Mount Kisco? I lived there briefly, during the Mattingly home run streak.
    , @anonymous
    Ed Koch, a pretty good mayor compared to Lindsey/Beams/Dinkins, was bitter about that "homo" ad to the end of his life.
  24. “Heard — who has been arrested 65 times since Jan. 2002”

    How the hell is someone allowed to get arrested 65 times in 20 years? Just shows how absurd criminal justice “reform” is. If this freak is allowed to buy pepper spray and walk the streets just think about the absolute monstrosities making sentences less severe will let out.

  25. @Bruce County
    has been arrested 65 times since Jan. 2002.
    This thing should still be in prison...
    I remeber a time when there was just 2 genders,
    Why is this not a hate crime?
    Where is the outrage on MSM?

    has been arrested 65 times since Jan. 2002.
    This thing should still be in prison

    Don’t be harsh, doesn’t everyone deserve a 66th chance?

    • Replies: @J.Ross
    Didn't Walter Scott have 74 priors before getting shot by Michael Slager?
    , @Spangel
    If 90% of those arrests were for prostitution, that could explain the lack of jail time.
  26. Marvin Gaye’s dad (“Marvin Gay”) was a cross dresser. Shot his son.

    • Replies: @J.Ross
    That's always presented as "homophobia."
    , @Mr. Anon

    Marvin Gaye’s dad (“Marvin Gay”) was a cross dresser. Shot his son.
     
    And the last thing he said to his son before he shot him?

    "Now you're gonna listen to one of my 45s!"
    , @Reg Cæsar
    Gays shouldn't have children:


    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marvin_Gay_Sr.
  27. @anonymous
    Yes, Bruce was driving a Cadillac and may have had mechanical trouble...as I remember, there was speculation at the time that something went wrong with the tranny.

    Imagine that thing touching you! Eeek!

    • Replies: @anonymous
    As Mom used to say "You don't know where it's been!"
  28. @Reg Cæsar

    I remeber a time when there was just 2 genders
     
    You must be young. I remember a time when there were no genders. Except in pronouns.

    Gender was something y0u learned in French or German. Sex was in biology class.


    Note #12 on this list:

    List of languages by type of grammatical genders-- No grammatical gender

    Funny the Supreme Court seems to drive even our thought/language. Some secretary replaced “sex” with “gender” in some famous case because she thought the Justice would be mortified about having the word “sex” referenced so many times in his opinion (while he probably constantly thought about getting more sex) and she thought it was icky to ever even say or write “sex”; gender is so much more antiseptic.

    And “diversity” was totally due to some supreme court justice in dicta saying of course universities could discriminate on skin color if they believed in their wisdom more dark skin would make the educational environment better for all.

    I guess language follows power. As Nietzsche said in the beginning the powerful named everything and attached the labels good or bad according to how thay found the thing. The USSC has so much power they speak and we gladly pile on.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    ...if they believed in their wisdom more dark skin would make the educational environment better for all.
     
    Dark skin may not make the educational environment "better for all", but it certainly will educate you in another way.

    Sgt Steven Barry of The Resister once told an American Renaissance audience of the US Army experience: "You go in a racist. You come out an educated racist."



    https://www.hoover.org/news/hoover-library-acquires-rare-periodical-army-special-forces-underground
    , @densa
    I guess language follows power. As Nietzsche said in the beginning the powerful named everything and attached the labels good or bad according to how thay found the thing. The USSC has so much power they speak and we gladly pile on.

    This is something we need to pay more attention to. The foundation of precedent is rotted, and the rulings based on it are used to say what they want said, not what was said at the time. My latest encounter with this is in Jacobsen v. Massachusetts, used to give inviolate right to the state to vaccinate. That first case said no such thing.
    , @Father O'Hara
    It was the year (BARF) of the wahman,1992,when i first heard that nitwit Carol Mosely Braun use the word "diversity." She was saying that her quest, tragically successful , to be a U.S. Senator ,was vital because diversity.
    She would later inspire some weepy moronic lamentations from a (white,natch) lady Trib columnist,about how she letdown WAHMEN by her financial scamming,her getting it on with an African Big Man cannibal and all around blackness.
    Yep Carol,like Kamala today,had married a white Jew. She,tho,was divorced by the time she ran but still,she had an air of whiteness clinging to her. White wahmen adored her.
    Once in office,Carol claimed the right that all black people have to proclaim their blackness! She got all Whitney Houston like,hey y'all I'm BLACK,OK?? Deal widdit!
    She was born too soon.
  29. Back in the glory days of “Punkin Donuts” in Chicago, there was one morning a smashed front window at Taboo Tabou, the sex shop. I asked the girl there what happened. She said that one of those Halsted Street Tran-kensteins like you’ve written about had shattered it to get a parasol on display.
    Another time at that spot, on a Sunday at dawn, I shared a stoop with a homeless guy while we watched a slow-moving black guy in a Hillary-style women’s pantsuit jumping into the paths of the biggest trucks he could find, while making this sort of teakettle whine. When the cops came, they groaned, “Son of a bitch, we just took that guy to the hospital yesterday!”
    Man, how did these dangerous beacons of Freakdom get re-branded as helpless newborn kittens worthy of special consideration in WWT? Too much Culture Club?

    • Replies: @Clifford Brown
    All knocked now and replaced by a Target. Hard to feel nostalgic for a Dunkin Donuts, but such is the world we live in.

    Speaking of Boy George, I bought him a beer once in New York. Felt sorry for the bloke.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q1Dp89oF13s
    , @Reg Cæsar

    Back in the glory days of “Punkin Donuts” in Chicago, there was one morning a smashed front window at Taboo Tabou, the sex shop.
     
    In Portland, Maine, in the mid-70s, Dunkin Donuts was the sex shop. At least that's what my shipmates told me. I never looked into it.
    , @Counterinsurgency
    Another story:
    I was working in Crystal City, Arlington, VA, c.a. 2008, before its transition to current use. NPR had just set up what appeared to be headquarters, with a one way street in front of it.
    I was walking past the NPR building one fine morning when two staffers came out with skateboards. They skated against traffic for about 5 minutes, before I'd walked far enough to lose sight of them.
    It's reminiscent of the time, same general area, when a 20ish person dressed to look Jewish (and may well have been so) squatted on the sidewalk and started doing something to attract attention, low level chant I think it was. The poor man was frightened out of his head, but apparently rational, and apparently thinking that he was going to be dragged off by the CIA at any minute.
    I suspect that the two occurrences were mitsvahs, commanded religious duties, and were probably associated with annoying the heathen in order to demonstrate that the religious groups involved were still capable of offensive action, no matter how ineffective. Or, perhaps, a gesture of contempt (which is very similar to an ineffective offensive action).

    It's similar to the other stories in this chain in that it is a demonstration of unrelenting hostility towards a group that is very deeply hated.

    Counterinsurgency
  30. @onetwothree
    Marvin Gaye's dad ("Marvin Gay") was a cross dresser. Shot his son.

    That’s always presented as “homophobia.”

  31. @Hypnotoad666

    has been arrested 65 times since Jan. 2002.
    This thing should still be in prison
     
    Don't be harsh, doesn't everyone deserve a 66th chance?

    Didn’t Walter Scott have 74 priors before getting shot by Michael Slager?

  32. @anonymous
    Yes, Bruce was driving a Cadillac and may have had mechanical trouble...as I remember, there was speculation at the time that something went wrong with the tranny.

    Yes, Bruce was driving a Cadillac and may have had mechanical trouble…as I remember, there was speculation at the time that something went wrong with the tranny.

    I thought he threw a rod.

    • Replies: @Jim Don Bob

    I thought he threw a rod.
     
    He had his cylinders bored.
    , @anonymous
    Ah, you guys...the gags just write themselves, don't they? (N0 jokes about gagging, please.)
  33. @NJ Transit Commuter
    @Dr. X
    Gov. Cuomo and NY law enforcement top brass don’t have time to bother with a minor incident like this.

    They are still preparing for the trial of the two 12 year olds that drew chalk swasticas.

    Not anymore they aren’t. The two kids have been identified as one of them being Asian and the other Black. It’s now back to boys will be boys, nothing to see here, move on there pal or I’ll have to run you in.

    • Replies: @Daniel H
    Not anymore they aren’t. The two kids have been identified as one of them being Asian and the other Black.

    The asian kid is almost certainly Paki or Bangladeshi.
  34. How does anyone write “bias attack” with a straight face?

    Remember to always justify your attacks on a rational, objective basis, people.

    • Replies: @Johnny Smoggins
    That's what I was wondering too. If it's a White guy (allegedly) doing it, it's a "hate attack". If it's a non white it's a "bias attack". Doesn't sound nearly as threatening does it goyim?
  35. @onetwothree
    Marvin Gaye's dad ("Marvin Gay") was a cross dresser. Shot his son.

    Marvin Gaye’s dad (“Marvin Gay”) was a cross dresser. Shot his son.

    And the last thing he said to his son before he shot him?

    “Now you’re gonna listen to one of my 45s!”

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
    LOL!

    (The joke doesn't work with mp3's, Millenials. Get over it.)
  36. @J.Ross
    One of the saddest, redpilling, and (not literally) sobering moments I have had was reviewing the general predictions of Ee Vull Racists from the civil rights era (or other periods: Ben Tillman was half a century earlier but very much in this vein) and seeing that they were pretty much on target, for logical reasons, versus the expectations of various cohorts of progressives. Given that, we might review outdated and forgotten stereotypes, in case we are throwing out more than bathwater. We would find that trannies have in the past been seen as violent crazies, with their specific violence being unprovoked lashing-out at perceived victimization (like cutting up a cheating boyfriend). There have been numerous tranny attacks in the past few years and they have tracked the top-down enforced acceptance campaign. It seems like they may be a reaction to discovering the effectiveness of top-down enforced acceptance campaigns.

    Remember the Crying Game? Transvestite rather than transsexual I think. But anyway, our culture (Anglo-Irish culture in the movie I guess, but our culture too) has known for long enough.

  37. @scrivener3
    Funny the Supreme Court seems to drive even our thought/language. Some secretary replaced "sex" with "gender" in some famous case because she thought the Justice would be mortified about having the word "sex" referenced so many times in his opinion (while he probably constantly thought about getting more sex) and she thought it was icky to ever even say or write "sex"; gender is so much more antiseptic.

    And "diversity" was totally due to some supreme court justice in dicta saying of course universities could discriminate on skin color if they believed in their wisdom more dark skin would make the educational environment better for all.

    I guess language follows power. As Nietzsche said in the beginning the powerful named everything and attached the labels good or bad according to how thay found the thing. The USSC has so much power they speak and we gladly pile on.

    …if they believed in their wisdom more dark skin would make the educational environment better for all.

    Dark skin may not make the educational environment “better for all”, but it certainly will educate you in another way.

    Sgt Steven Barry of The Resister once told an American Renaissance audience of the US Army experience: “You go in a racist. You come out an educated racist.”

    https://www.hoover.org/news/hoover-library-acquires-rare-periodical-army-special-forces-underground

  38. Two or three decades ago, this was just local news, at best—the kind of street weirdness that was simply a part of New York City life that people living there accepted with a shrug, and that people outside rarely heard about in detail.

    • Replies: @captflee
    Yep. I am with you on that proposition.

    Having piloted a loaded U-Haul truck out of the bowl some 26 months before the deluge, I assiduously followed the recovery from Katrina online. When I saw reports that a gang of black trans folk, whether -vestite or -gender I know not, were looting chi-chi clothing boutiques along Magazine Street, I was instantly relieved to realize that things were indeed getting back to "normal".
  39. Prostitution?

    Did you look at the security cam footage, the one where he’s wearing the blue jacket? Seriously? Prostitution?

    • Replies: @Alden
    You’d be surprised at how hideously ugly some black street prostitutes, male, female and whatever are.

    One would think no man would touch them for free, but men pay them for sex.
  40. @Reg Cæsar

    I remeber a time when there was just 2 genders
     
    You must be young. I remember a time when there were no genders. Except in pronouns.

    Gender was something y0u learned in French or German. Sex was in biology class.


    Note #12 on this list:

    List of languages by type of grammatical genders-- No grammatical gender

    Hear, hear! The “sex”/“gender” war may well be lost, but I’m going to fight it to the last bullet.

  41. @Reg Cæsar
    Can we get Caitlin to come home to Mount Kisco for a gubernatorial run?

    That way we can flip the slogan Andy came up with for his dad. "Vote for the homo, not for Cuomo."

    You’re in Mount Kisco? I lived there briefly, during the Mattingly home run streak.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    You’re in Mount Kisco?
     
    No, never.

    That's where Caitlyn began life as Bruce. That's what I meant as "home".
  42. @Bruce County
    has been arrested 65 times since Jan. 2002.
    This thing should still be in prison...
    I remeber a time when there was just 2 genders,
    Why is this not a hate crime?
    Where is the outrage on MSM?

    He, she, it.

  43. @Puremania
    Back in the glory days of “Punkin Donuts” in Chicago, there was one morning a smashed front window at Taboo Tabou, the sex shop. I asked the girl there what happened. She said that one of those Halsted Street Tran-kensteins like you’ve written about had shattered it to get a parasol on display.
    Another time at that spot, on a Sunday at dawn, I shared a stoop with a homeless guy while we watched a slow-moving black guy in a Hillary-style women’s pantsuit jumping into the paths of the biggest trucks he could find, while making this sort of teakettle whine. When the cops came, they groaned, “Son of a bitch, we just took that guy to the hospital yesterday!”
    Man, how did these dangerous beacons of Freakdom get re-branded as helpless newborn kittens worthy of special consideration in WWT? Too much Culture Club?

    All knocked now and replaced by a Target. Hard to feel nostalgic for a Dunkin Donuts, but such is the world we live in.

    Speaking of Boy George, I bought him a beer once in New York. Felt sorry for the bloke.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    Speaking of Boy George, I bought him a beer once in New York. Felt sorry for the bloke.
     
    I once boarded with a couple the man of which sold a carpetbag to Mr O'Dowd in the early or mid 1980s. At Victoria Station, I think. He said the guy was massive. Officially, he's only six feet even, but comes from a family of Irish boxers and could've been one himself.

    That poor Norwegian twink found this out the hard way:

    https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/2890271/audun-carlsen-male-escort-boy-george/
  44. @ben tillman
    You're in Mount Kisco? I lived there briefly, during the Mattingly home run streak.

    You’re in Mount Kisco?

    No, never.

    That’s where Caitlyn began life as Bruce. That’s what I meant as “home”.

  45. @guest
    How does anyone write "bias attack" with a straight face?

    Remember to always justify your attacks on a rational, objective basis, people.

    That’s what I was wondering too. If it’s a White guy (allegedly) doing it, it’s a “hate attack”. If it’s a non white it’s a “bias attack”. Doesn’t sound nearly as threatening does it goyim?

    • Agree: YetAnotherAnon
  46. @Puremania
    Back in the glory days of “Punkin Donuts” in Chicago, there was one morning a smashed front window at Taboo Tabou, the sex shop. I asked the girl there what happened. She said that one of those Halsted Street Tran-kensteins like you’ve written about had shattered it to get a parasol on display.
    Another time at that spot, on a Sunday at dawn, I shared a stoop with a homeless guy while we watched a slow-moving black guy in a Hillary-style women’s pantsuit jumping into the paths of the biggest trucks he could find, while making this sort of teakettle whine. When the cops came, they groaned, “Son of a bitch, we just took that guy to the hospital yesterday!”
    Man, how did these dangerous beacons of Freakdom get re-branded as helpless newborn kittens worthy of special consideration in WWT? Too much Culture Club?

    Back in the glory days of “Punkin Donuts” in Chicago, there was one morning a smashed front window at Taboo Tabou, the sex shop.

    In Portland, Maine, in the mid-70s, Dunkin Donuts was the sex shop. At least that’s what my shipmates told me. I never looked into it.

    • Replies: @Mr. Anon

    In Portland, Maine, in the mid-70s, Dunkin Donuts was the sex shop. At least that’s what my shipmates told me. I never looked into it.
     
    Aha. That lends new meaning to the Australian term "Donut Puncher".
  47. @Bruce County
    has been arrested 65 times since Jan. 2002.
    This thing should still be in prison...
    I remeber a time when there was just 2 genders,
    Why is this not a hate crime?
    Where is the outrage on MSM?

    has been arrested 65 times since Jan. 2002.
    This thing should still be in prison…

    Bleeding heart boomer detected.
    The sentence must be Transportation (to Liberia).

  48. OT – I got curious about how many of the three hundred thirty million plus people in America are immigrants, so I googled “nations by immigrant population”. Google shows a list of four countries ranked by foreign-born population: Germany, Russia, Saudi Arabia, and the United Kingdom. The list is accompanied by a link to an article which shows – surprise! – America has a larger foreign-born population than those other four nations combined.

    Same search on Bing shows the top of the list correctly.

    • Replies: @Trevor H.
    What I'm missing out on by no longer using Google..
  49. @Alfa158
    Not anymore they aren’t. The two kids have been identified as one of them being Asian and the other Black. It’s now back to boys will be boys, nothing to see here, move on there pal or I’ll have to run you in.

    Not anymore they aren’t. The two kids have been identified as one of them being Asian and the other Black.

    The asian kid is almost certainly Paki or Bangladeshi.

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman

    The asian kid is almost certainly Paki or Bangladeshi.
     
    Last I heard, those 2 countries are in Asia. Sorry for the snark, but this is why we need to go back to using Oriental* as an adjective.

    .

    * Warning - contains one not-completely-necessary bikini pic.
  50. LOL.

  51. @Clifford Brown
    All knocked now and replaced by a Target. Hard to feel nostalgic for a Dunkin Donuts, but such is the world we live in.

    Speaking of Boy George, I bought him a beer once in New York. Felt sorry for the bloke.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q1Dp89oF13s

    Speaking of Boy George, I bought him a beer once in New York. Felt sorry for the bloke.

    I once boarded with a couple the man of which sold a carpetbag to Mr O’Dowd in the early or mid 1980s. At Victoria Station, I think. He said the guy was massive. Officially, he’s only six feet even, but comes from a family of Irish boxers and could’ve been one himself.

    That poor Norwegian twink found this out the hard way:

    https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/2890271/audun-carlsen-male-escort-boy-george/

    • Replies: @Clifford Brown

    He said the guy was massive. Officially, he’s only six feet even, but comes from a family of Irish boxers and could’ve been one himself.
     
    Boy George is a mountain of a man. He was having a rough decade or two at the time, I would say he was well over 300 pounds. I, of course, did not discuss Karma, Karma Chamelon with him, but the Irish Revolution. He knew his stuff.
  52. @J.Ross
    One of the saddest, redpilling, and (not literally) sobering moments I have had was reviewing the general predictions of Ee Vull Racists from the civil rights era (or other periods: Ben Tillman was half a century earlier but very much in this vein) and seeing that they were pretty much on target, for logical reasons, versus the expectations of various cohorts of progressives. Given that, we might review outdated and forgotten stereotypes, in case we are throwing out more than bathwater. We would find that trannies have in the past been seen as violent crazies, with their specific violence being unprovoked lashing-out at perceived victimization (like cutting up a cheating boyfriend). There have been numerous tranny attacks in the past few years and they have tracked the top-down enforced acceptance campaign. It seems like they may be a reaction to discovering the effectiveness of top-down enforced acceptance campaigns.

    There have been numerous tranny attacks in the past few years

    Ah, for the good old days of Christine Jorgensen, Wendy Carlos, Jan Morris, and Renee Richards. They only cut themselves.

  53. @Reg Cæsar

    Speaking of Boy George, I bought him a beer once in New York. Felt sorry for the bloke.
     
    I once boarded with a couple the man of which sold a carpetbag to Mr O'Dowd in the early or mid 1980s. At Victoria Station, I think. He said the guy was massive. Officially, he's only six feet even, but comes from a family of Irish boxers and could've been one himself.

    That poor Norwegian twink found this out the hard way:

    https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/2890271/audun-carlsen-male-escort-boy-george/

    He said the guy was massive. Officially, he’s only six feet even, but comes from a family of Irish boxers and could’ve been one himself.

    Boy George is a mountain of a man. He was having a rough decade or two at the time, I would say he was well over 300 pounds. I, of course, did not discuss Karma, Karma Chamelon with him, but the Irish Revolution. He knew his stuff.

  54. @Reg Cæsar

    Back in the glory days of “Punkin Donuts” in Chicago, there was one morning a smashed front window at Taboo Tabou, the sex shop.
     
    In Portland, Maine, in the mid-70s, Dunkin Donuts was the sex shop. At least that's what my shipmates told me. I never looked into it.

    In Portland, Maine, in the mid-70s, Dunkin Donuts was the sex shop. At least that’s what my shipmates told me. I never looked into it.

    Aha. That lends new meaning to the Australian term “Donut Puncher”.

  55. Speaking of race, it’s been a quiet week in Lake Wobegon Pig’s Eye:

    Lack of hot wings at Grand Avenue restaurant leads to loaded gun

    Man thinking he was paying for sex ends up getting robbed at St. Paul house, according to charges

    I found the social media accounts of two of the women in the second crime. One is mixed, perhaps adopted; the other, a long-haired blond posing with her horse. She seems a bit upscale for this sort of behavior.

    But horses are expensive. So she gets mixed up with the No Days Sober gang.

  56. @Reg Cæsar

    I remeber a time when there was just 2 genders
     
    You must be young. I remember a time when there were no genders. Except in pronouns.

    Gender was something y0u learned in French or German. Sex was in biology class.


    Note #12 on this list:

    List of languages by type of grammatical genders-- No grammatical gender

    Interesting list. The various classifications all cut across lots of language families.

    Hebrew and Arabic are sorta hyper-gendered in that it’s not just nouns that have gender, but verbs too.

  57. I’d pay to see Heard fight the Times Square hugger.

  58. @Cloudbuster
    OT. We Wuz Kangs:

    https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/8603268/mansa-musa-richest-man-ever-crippled-economies/

    ETA: The grammar errors in this are seriously embarrassing. The "10 Richest" chart, in particular, looks like it was put together by a non-native English speaker:

    "King of the Mali empire, fortunate incalculatable."

    We have now reached the point when “writers” exist who are dysfunctional if they don’t have a laptop with Grammarly installed.

    • Agree: Trevor H.
  59. An article in Taki a while ago pointed out the depiction of the psychopath in Psycho was of a shy boy-man, awkward around women, transgender (dressing up as mother). Nowadays, the awkward type would be a standard trope in an Indie romance film. And being trans would be totally OK. Another transgender psychopath was Buffalo Bill in Silence of the Lambs. Modern culture takes its cues from fictional psychopaths.

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    I wouldn't be surprised if "Psycho" ranks up near the top of deleterious movies.
    , @Redneck farmer
    "I feel pretty! I feel pretty!"
  60. @TelfoedJohn
    An article in Taki a while ago pointed out the depiction of the psychopath in Psycho was of a shy boy-man, awkward around women, transgender (dressing up as mother). Nowadays, the awkward type would be a standard trope in an Indie romance film. And being trans would be totally OK. Another transgender psychopath was Buffalo Bill in Silence of the Lambs. Modern culture takes its cues from fictional psychopaths.

    I wouldn’t be surprised if “Psycho” ranks up near the top of deleterious movies.

  61. @bgates
    OT - I got curious about how many of the three hundred thirty million plus people in America are immigrants, so I googled "nations by immigrant population". Google shows a list of four countries ranked by foreign-born population: Germany, Russia, Saudi Arabia, and the United Kingdom. The list is accompanied by a link to an article which shows - surprise! - America has a larger foreign-born population than those other four nations combined.

    Same search on Bing shows the top of the list correctly.

    What I’m missing out on by no longer using Google..

  62. @Anonymous
    50% if not more of the zeal in the tranny power movement, esp. among college SJW kids, is their Whiggish, historically unsupported conceit that they are the forensic pioneers and the first people anywhere in the world to identify "gender dysphoria." They think they invented it-- heroes exposing a critical social deficiency that unenlightened serfs in various countries in various economic systems around the world for millennia somehow missed or never got around to scientifically, vibrantly affirming. The trans-ecstatic grunts don't read books, aren't familiar with anthropology of non-Protestant/Catholic cultures, and generally only have a knowledge window stretching back to the 1990s with whatever worldview a 200-channel cable TV package was propounding at the time. The academic trans-thumpers who guide the grunts haven't studied and researched widely because tailored majors in Queer Grievance, which is a regimen of curated agitprop in most cases, were available throughout the Western education market starting 30-35 yrs ago.

    a regimen of curated agitprop

    Well there’s a phrase worth stealing!

  63. @TelfoedJohn
    An article in Taki a while ago pointed out the depiction of the psychopath in Psycho was of a shy boy-man, awkward around women, transgender (dressing up as mother). Nowadays, the awkward type would be a standard trope in an Indie romance film. And being trans would be totally OK. Another transgender psychopath was Buffalo Bill in Silence of the Lambs. Modern culture takes its cues from fictional psychopaths.

    “I feel pretty! I feel pretty!”

  64. @Bruce County
    has been arrested 65 times since Jan. 2002.
    This thing should still be in prison...
    I remeber a time when there was just 2 genders,
    Why is this not a hate crime?
    Where is the outrage on MSM?

    About once every 96 days! For seventeen years!

  65. @Daniel H
    Not anymore they aren’t. The two kids have been identified as one of them being Asian and the other Black.

    The asian kid is almost certainly Paki or Bangladeshi.

    The asian kid is almost certainly Paki or Bangladeshi.

    Last I heard, those 2 countries are in Asia. Sorry for the snark, but this is why we need to go back to using Oriental* as an adjective.

    .

    * Warning – contains one not-completely-necessary bikini pic.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    * Warning – contains one not-completely-necessary bikini pic.

     

    These ladies find bikinis "not completely necessary":

    https://www.thesun.co.uk/fabulous/8585714/duct-tape-swimwear-trend-returns-black-tape-project/


    Available at hardware stores everywhere!
  66. @Mr. Anon

    Marvin Gaye’s dad (“Marvin Gay”) was a cross dresser. Shot his son.
     
    And the last thing he said to his son before he shot him?

    "Now you're gonna listen to one of my 45s!"

    LOL!

    (The joke doesn’t work with mp3’s, Millenials. Get over it.)

  67. @Cloudbuster
    OT. We Wuz Kangs:

    https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/8603268/mansa-musa-richest-man-ever-crippled-economies/

    ETA: The grammar errors in this are seriously embarrassing. The "10 Richest" chart, in particular, looks like it was put together by a non-native English speaker:

    "King of the Mali empire, fortunate incalculatable."

    Someone is finally pushing back against Adam Smith’s racist hate.

    The accommodation of an European prince does not always so much exceed that of an industrious and frugal peasant, as the accommodation of the latter exceeds that of many an African king, the absolute masters of the lives and liberties of ten thousand naked savages.

  68. @Puremania
    Back in the glory days of “Punkin Donuts” in Chicago, there was one morning a smashed front window at Taboo Tabou, the sex shop. I asked the girl there what happened. She said that one of those Halsted Street Tran-kensteins like you’ve written about had shattered it to get a parasol on display.
    Another time at that spot, on a Sunday at dawn, I shared a stoop with a homeless guy while we watched a slow-moving black guy in a Hillary-style women’s pantsuit jumping into the paths of the biggest trucks he could find, while making this sort of teakettle whine. When the cops came, they groaned, “Son of a bitch, we just took that guy to the hospital yesterday!”
    Man, how did these dangerous beacons of Freakdom get re-branded as helpless newborn kittens worthy of special consideration in WWT? Too much Culture Club?

    Another story:
    I was working in Crystal City, Arlington, VA, c.a. 2008, before its transition to current use. NPR had just set up what appeared to be headquarters, with a one way street in front of it.
    I was walking past the NPR building one fine morning when two staffers came out with skateboards. They skated against traffic for about 5 minutes, before I’d walked far enough to lose sight of them.
    It’s reminiscent of the time, same general area, when a 20ish person dressed to look Jewish (and may well have been so) squatted on the sidewalk and started doing something to attract attention, low level chant I think it was. The poor man was frightened out of his head, but apparently rational, and apparently thinking that he was going to be dragged off by the CIA at any minute.
    I suspect that the two occurrences were mitsvahs, commanded religious duties, and were probably associated with annoying the heathen in order to demonstrate that the religious groups involved were still capable of offensive action, no matter how ineffective. Or, perhaps, a gesture of contempt (which is very similar to an ineffective offensive action).

    It’s similar to the other stories in this chain in that it is a demonstration of unrelenting hostility towards a group that is very deeply hated.

    Counterinsurgency

  69. @songbird
    Speaking of trannies and trains, about 10 years ago, there was a trans affirmative action driver on a trolly in Boston that caused a crash. Ever since, I've wondered about what the safety statistics are for tranny operators of everything from cars to forklifts. Didn't Bruce Jenner cause a fatal crash?

    Indeed.

    https://www.foxnews.com/story/report-boston-trolley-driver-was-hired-with-transgender-minority-status

    Texting “his” girlfriend when “he” crashed the trolley.

  70. @Hypnotoad666

    has been arrested 65 times since Jan. 2002.
    This thing should still be in prison
     
    Don't be harsh, doesn't everyone deserve a 66th chance?

    If 90% of those arrests were for prostitution, that could explain the lack of jail time.

  71. @PiltdownMan
    Two or three decades ago, this was just local news, at best—the kind of street weirdness that was simply a part of New York City life that people living there accepted with a shrug, and that people outside rarely heard about in detail.

    Yep. I am with you on that proposition.

    Having piloted a loaded U-Haul truck out of the bowl some 26 months before the deluge, I assiduously followed the recovery from Katrina online. When I saw reports that a gang of black trans folk, whether -vestite or -gender I know not, were looting chi-chi clothing boutiques along Magazine Street, I was instantly relieved to realize that things were indeed getting back to “normal”.

  72. @Mr. Anon

    Yes, Bruce was driving a Cadillac and may have had mechanical trouble…as I remember, there was speculation at the time that something went wrong with the tranny.
     
    I thought he threw a rod.

    I thought he threw a rod.

    He had his cylinders bored.

  73. @onetwothree
    Marvin Gaye's dad ("Marvin Gay") was a cross dresser. Shot his son.

    Gays shouldn’t have children:

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

  74. @Achmed E. Newman

    The asian kid is almost certainly Paki or Bangladeshi.
     
    Last I heard, those 2 countries are in Asia. Sorry for the snark, but this is why we need to go back to using Oriental* as an adjective.

    .

    * Warning - contains one not-completely-necessary bikini pic.

    * Warning – contains one not-completely-necessary bikini pic.

    These ladies find bikinis “not completely necessary”:

    https://www.thesun.co.uk/fabulous/8585714/duct-tape-swimwear-trend-returns-black-tape-project/

    Available at hardware stores everywhere!

  75. @Buffalo Joe
    Dr.X, Great comment about a truly repugnant person, Cuomo, not the perp.

    One thing I’ll say about Cuomo, the repugnance of his soul is fully apparent in his appearance. If he had been born earlier he could have gotten a role as a thug in “The Godfather,” unless Coppola felt he looked too “over the top.” Fortunately, on the basis of physiognomy alone he has no future in national politics.

  76. They are going to have to ban Sesame Street soon. Such a great source of meme material!

  77. @scrivener3
    Funny the Supreme Court seems to drive even our thought/language. Some secretary replaced "sex" with "gender" in some famous case because she thought the Justice would be mortified about having the word "sex" referenced so many times in his opinion (while he probably constantly thought about getting more sex) and she thought it was icky to ever even say or write "sex"; gender is so much more antiseptic.

    And "diversity" was totally due to some supreme court justice in dicta saying of course universities could discriminate on skin color if they believed in their wisdom more dark skin would make the educational environment better for all.

    I guess language follows power. As Nietzsche said in the beginning the powerful named everything and attached the labels good or bad according to how thay found the thing. The USSC has so much power they speak and we gladly pile on.

    I guess language follows power. As Nietzsche said in the beginning the powerful named everything and attached the labels good or bad according to how thay found the thing. The USSC has so much power they speak and we gladly pile on.

    This is something we need to pay more attention to. The foundation of precedent is rotted, and the rulings based on it are used to say what they want said, not what was said at the time. My latest encounter with this is in Jacobsen v. Massachusetts, used to give inviolate right to the state to vaccinate. That first case said no such thing.

  78. Anonymous[106] • Disclaimer says:

    Steve: How about writing an article about this on Taki Mag?

    http://www.newgeography.com/content/006243-californias-message-you-built-that-now-get-out

    The people who build our homes increasingly can no longer afford them. As the state elite and their academic cheering crew celebrate our progressive boom, even the most skilled, unionized construction workers, notes an upcoming study, cannot afford to live anywhere close to the state’s major job centers.

    In fact, notes the study, soon to be published by Chapman University, not a single unionized construction worker can afford a median-priced house in any of the major coastal counties, including Orange, Los Angeles, San Mateo, San Francisco, Santa Clara, San Diego, Alameda, Sonoma and Napa. Even with incomes averaging over $73,000 annually, notes author and economist Dr. John Husing, most can afford median-priced homes only in the further reaches of the Central Valley or the Inland Empire, requiring huge commutes.

    This gap between blue collar and professional and entrepreneurial wages is even greater among the majority of construction workers who are not unionized. Husing suggests that most of these workers could only afford the cheapest starter house in the furthest reaches of exurbia and beyond.

  79. @Mr. Anon

    Yes, Bruce was driving a Cadillac and may have had mechanical trouble…as I remember, there was speculation at the time that something went wrong with the tranny.
     
    I thought he threw a rod.

    Ah, you guys…the gags just write themselves, don’t they? (N0 jokes about gagging, please.)

  80. @Buffalo Joe
    Anonymous, tough to drive safely while wearing heels.

    Mr. Joe, I hope my testosterone level stays stable. I don’t want to find out.

  81. @Father O'Hara
    Imagine that thing touching you! Eeek!

    As Mom used to say “You don’t know where it’s been!”

  82. @Reg Cæsar
    Can we get Caitlin to come home to Mount Kisco for a gubernatorial run?

    That way we can flip the slogan Andy came up with for his dad. "Vote for the homo, not for Cuomo."

    Ed Koch, a pretty good mayor compared to Lindsey/Beams/Dinkins, was bitter about that “homo” ad to the end of his life.

  83. @Cloudbuster
    OT. We Wuz Kangs:

    https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/8603268/mansa-musa-richest-man-ever-crippled-economies/

    ETA: The grammar errors in this are seriously embarrassing. The "10 Richest" chart, in particular, looks like it was put together by a non-native English speaker:

    "King of the Mali empire, fortunate incalculatable."

    There are no gold mines in Mali It’s only natural resources are salt and slaves. Both commodities are widespread all over the world. So I wonder where all that gold came from.

    • Replies: @J.Ross
    Wikipedia has this:

    Mining has long been an important aspect of the Malian economy. Gold, largest source of Malian exports[5], is still mined in the southern region: at the end of the 20th century Mali had the third highest gold production in Africa (after South Africa and Ghana).[6] These goldfields, the largest of which lie in the Bambouk Mountains in western Mali (Kenieba Cercle), were a major source of wealth and trade as far back as the Ghana Empire.
     
    ...

    Large private investments in gold mining include Anglogold-Ashanti ($250 million) in Sadiola and Yatela, and Randgold Resources ($140 million) in Morila – both multinational South African companies located respectively in the north-western and southern parts of the country.
     
  84. @Anon
    Prostitution?

    Did you look at the security cam footage, the one where he's wearing the blue jacket? Seriously? Prostitution?

    You’d be surprised at how hideously ugly some black street prostitutes, male, female and whatever are.

    One would think no man would touch them for free, but men pay them for sex.

  85. Anonymous[261] • Disclaimer says:
    @Bruce County
    has been arrested 65 times since Jan. 2002.
    This thing should still be in prison...
    I remeber a time when there was just 2 genders,
    Why is this not a hate crime?
    Where is the outrage on MSM?

    This is De Blasio’s NYC. Be glad it’s not being called the victim by the media and talking heads from all the Barbecue Bobs’(?) calling the cops on a black ‘woman’ walking while trans.

  86. @Alden
    There are no gold mines in Mali It’s only natural resources are salt and slaves. Both commodities are widespread all over the world. So I wonder where all that gold came from.

    Wikipedia has this:

    Mining has long been an important aspect of the Malian economy. Gold, largest source of Malian exports[5], is still mined in the southern region: at the end of the 20th century Mali had the third highest gold production in Africa (after South Africa and Ghana).[6] These goldfields, the largest of which lie in the Bambouk Mountains in western Mali (Kenieba Cercle), were a major source of wealth and trade as far back as the Ghana Empire.

    Large private investments in gold mining include Anglogold-Ashanti ($250 million) in Sadiola and Yatela, and Randgold Resources ($140 million) in Morila – both multinational South African companies located respectively in the north-western and southern parts of the country.

  87. And yesterday, in NJ, another individual with “Diversity Pokemon Points Galore” was arrested for a hate crime.

    “Man faces murder charges after news photographer dies from racially motivated beating.”

    Not a single reference to the race of either the victim or the alleged perpetrator, until one researches the original 2018 assault to find: Hubbard (perpetrator) is black and Wolkowitz (deceased) is white.

    By Chris Sheldon | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com, March 11, 2019

    Jamil S. Hubbard, 26, of Sayreville, was charged Monday with first degree murder and first degree felony murder for his May 1, 2018, attack on Jerry Wolkowitz, 56, of Freehold Township, according to a release from the Monmouth County Prosecutor’s Office. Hubbard was originally charged with attempted murder.

    Wolkowitz, who had been hospitalized since the assault, died from his injuries on October 18, 2018 after clinging to life for the months following the attack.

    An investigation showed that Hubbard approached Wolkowitz from behind, punched him in the face and dragged him into the parking lot, prosecutors said.

    Hubbard then drove his car over Wolkowitz and then stole his car, which was found abandoned in Sayreville, and he was arrested at his home later the same day by the Sayreville Police, the release stated.

    Hubbard and Wolkowitz, who was a freelance photographer for the Asbury Park Press for more than 30 years and member of the Freehold First Aid Squad, did not know each other prior to the attack, authorities said.

  88. @scrivener3
    Funny the Supreme Court seems to drive even our thought/language. Some secretary replaced "sex" with "gender" in some famous case because she thought the Justice would be mortified about having the word "sex" referenced so many times in his opinion (while he probably constantly thought about getting more sex) and she thought it was icky to ever even say or write "sex"; gender is so much more antiseptic.

    And "diversity" was totally due to some supreme court justice in dicta saying of course universities could discriminate on skin color if they believed in their wisdom more dark skin would make the educational environment better for all.

    I guess language follows power. As Nietzsche said in the beginning the powerful named everything and attached the labels good or bad according to how thay found the thing. The USSC has so much power they speak and we gladly pile on.

    It was the year (BARF) of the wahman,1992,when i first heard that nitwit Carol Mosely Braun use the word “diversity.” She was saying that her quest, tragically successful , to be a U.S. Senator ,was vital because diversity.
    She would later inspire some weepy moronic lamentations from a (white,natch) lady Trib columnist,about how she letdown WAHMEN by her financial scamming,her getting it on with an African Big Man cannibal and all around blackness.
    Yep Carol,like Kamala today,had married a white Jew. She,tho,was divorced by the time she ran but still,she had an air of whiteness clinging to her. White wahmen adored her.
    Once in office,Carol claimed the right that all black people have to proclaim their blackness! She got all Whitney Houston like,hey y’all I’m BLACK,OK?? Deal widdit!
    She was born too soon.

  89. I remember Carol Mosely Braun. She was a first class moron, even for a black politician, right up there with Maxine Waters.

    • Replies: @Anonymous

    I remember Carol Mosely Braun. She was a first class moron, even for a black politician, right up there with Maxine Waters.
     
    It was worse than that: she apparently was actually borderline retarded and was probably the lowest IQ person ever to serve in the US Senate, maybe even counting Reconstruction.

    She was so dumb she was a one term Senator:

    In 1991, angered by incumbent Democratic senator Alan Dixon's vote to confirm Clarence Thomas, Moseley Braun challenged him in the primary election. She was backed by the political coalition from the Hyde Park neighborhood of Chicago that had previously backed the campaigns of Harold Washington and Jesse Jackson.[12] Democratic candidate Albert Hofeld's campaign ran many anti-Dixon ads, and Moseley Braun won the Democratic primary.

    On November 3, 1992, she became the first African-American woman to be elected to the United States Senate, defeating Republican Richard S. Williamson. Her election marked the first time Illinois had elected a woman and the first time an African American was elected as a Democrat to the United States Senate. She (along with Republican Edward Brooke) was one of two African Americans to serve in the Senate in the 20th century and was the sole African American in the Senate for her entire term. She was the first woman to serve on the Senate Finance Committee.[13]

    Carol Moseley Braun was a one-term Senator, losing to Republican Peter Fitzgerald in her re-election bid in 1998.
     
    Maxine Waters is not very smart, but is smarter than Braun.
  90. Anonymous[427] • Disclaimer says:
    @Jim Don Bob
    I remember Carol Mosely Braun. She was a first class moron, even for a black politician, right up there with Maxine Waters.

    I remember Carol Mosely Braun. She was a first class moron, even for a black politician, right up there with Maxine Waters.

    It was worse than that: she apparently was actually borderline retarded and was probably the lowest IQ person ever to serve in the US Senate, maybe even counting Reconstruction.

    She was so dumb she was a one term Senator:

    In 1991, angered by incumbent Democratic senator Alan Dixon’s vote to confirm Clarence Thomas, Moseley Braun challenged him in the primary election. She was backed by the political coalition from the Hyde Park neighborhood of Chicago that had previously backed the campaigns of Harold Washington and Jesse Jackson.[12] Democratic candidate Albert Hofeld’s campaign ran many anti-Dixon ads, and Moseley Braun won the Democratic primary.

    On November 3, 1992, she became the first African-American woman to be elected to the United States Senate, defeating Republican Richard S. Williamson. Her election marked the first time Illinois had elected a woman and the first time an African American was elected as a Democrat to the United States Senate. She (along with Republican Edward Brooke) was one of two African Americans to serve in the Senate in the 20th century and was the sole African American in the Senate for her entire term. She was the first woman to serve on the Senate Finance Committee.[13]

    Carol Moseley Braun was a one-term Senator, losing to Republican Peter Fitzgerald in her re-election bid in 1998.

    Maxine Waters is not very smart, but is smarter than Braun.

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