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  1. Laquanashaneachia? Her parents must have wanted to out-black all the other blacks when it came to naming their daughter.

    • LOL: kikz
    • Replies: @kikz
    @Ripple Earthdevil

    parent.... there.. fixd that for ya.

    , @SunBakedSuburb
    @Ripple Earthdevil

    "Laquanashaneachia?"

    It's a cartoon character created by sociologist Sailer who presides over this simulation we inhabit like Torquemada torturing simulacra whitey for the sin of being generated whitey. It's all funded by Soros.

  2. I bet she can’t spell her own name.

    • Agree: Realist
    • Replies: @Rob
    @Cato

    Why are you guys making fun of La Iguana Chichen Itza’s name? Maybe she thinks our names are stupid. Did you think of that?

    Replies: @Jim Don Bob

  3. • Replies: @wren
    @JohnnyWalker123

    I came to post the article OT, but you beat me to it.

    https://www.revolver.news/2020/10/brandy-zadrozny-dox-trump-supporters-glamorize-pedophiles/

    Your kind of article.

    The comments section on it includes people whose life she has tried to destroy.

    Replies: @Neoconned, @JohnnyWalker123

    , @AndrewR
    @JohnnyWalker123

    Everyone in corporate media are legitimate military targets.

    , @Neoconned
    @JohnnyWalker123

    Don't those "proplefinder.com" type sites make you sign athing online saying you won't use the information for any felonious or potentially libelous ways....?

    Could she be open to both litigation and prosecution for felonious stalking charges?

    Replies: @JerseyJeffersonian

  4. When did black women start wearing giant false eyelashes as routinely as putting on lipstick?

  5. Laquanashaneachia….. That’s gotta be a Welsh name.

    • Replies: @Father O'Hara
    @Daniel H

    I wonder if she's related to Archibald Leach?

    , @Cortes
    @Daniel H

    That’s easy for you to say.

    , @Anonymous
    @Daniel H

    Replace all the vowels with 'y's and your might be onto something.

    , @Simon Tugmutton
    @Daniel H

    Her parents (assuming her pop was around) must have really hated her. Unless of course they named her Madge and she bestowed that name on herself.

    Considering this weighty matter further, her coiffure suggests an extraterrestrial influence, so she might well be from Alpha Centauri 5, where all female children are called Laquanashaneachia, so there is that.

    , @Neoconned
    @Daniel H

    I'll give it to the Shuqueeshas of the world....they sure do give good entertainment....unlike these doxing psychos like the reporter....

    , @Aardvark
    @Daniel H

    Was she supposed to be the black version of Roseanne RoseannaDanna?
    If so they sort of missed....

    , @dearieme
    @Daniel H

    That’s gotta be a Welsh name.

    Not enough consonants, surely?

    Replies: @anon

    , @black sea
    @Daniel H

    Shaneachia . . . isn't that a singe-malt scotch?

    , @Mike Zwick
    @Daniel H

    Sort of like this: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Llanfairpwllgwyngyll

    , @Reg Cæsar
    @Daniel H


    Laquanashaneachia….. That’s gotta be a Welsh name.
     
    From suburban Philly. Here's her stop on the Main Line:



    https://i2-prod.mirror.co.uk/incoming/article179445.ece/ALTERNATES/s1200/train-station-at-llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch-pic-rex-features-image-1-324436763.jpg

    Replies: @TWS

    , @MBlanc46
    @Daniel H

    Too many vowels.

  6. Fun Fact: “Laquanashaneachia” has more letters than “Smyrna, Tennessee.”

    • Replies: @Harry Baldwin
    @AceDeuce

    Is there enough space on a form to spell out that name? I wonder if she lives on "Reverend Doctor Martin Luther King Junior Boulevard." We have one of those in a nearby city.

  7. 1. low hanging fruit when we have literal criminals and foreign assets in the white House

    2. most crime is committed by white male Christians

    3. The FBI has said that white supremacy is the greatest terror threat to the country

    • Troll: IHTG
    • Replies: @Gary in Gramercy
    @Slim Dunkins

    Do you weigh more or less than Judge Amy Coney Barrett?

    Replies: @Alfa158, @kaganovitch

    , @Ian Smith
    @Slim Dunkins

    There’s only one Tiny Duck. Get another gig.

  8. Laquanashaneachia Leach. She’s accused of assaulting an officer

    With what? Her name?

    Laquanashaneachia Leach = Ah, lilac aqua enhances… aah!

    Are those weaves reflective? They’d be useful when riding a bike home at night.

    • LOL: Bardon Kaldian
    • Replies: @Thirdtwin
    @Reg Cæsar

    Oh sure, laugh it up, but there’s a place for her..

    https://www.thecrownact.com/lift-as-we-rise

  9. Laquanashaneachia

    LA-qua-NA-sha-NEE-chi-AH?

    LA-qua-NA-shan-EE-chi-AH?

    le-KWAN-ah-SHAN-EE-chi-AH?

    I’m not an expert in phonetic transcription.

    • Replies: @jb
    @thinklikea1l

    I imagine her name has the benefit of making it difficult for the police to gather information by questioning her acquaintances. "Excuse me miss, but you were in the bar on the night of the 4th, and we'd like to know whether you saw Lakanish... Lakwaknee... ah screw it!"

    , @anon
    @thinklikea1l

    Can’t pronounce a WOC’s name properly? Racist.

    Or should we be calling this steatopygous princess a BIWOC? BBBW? Or just EEWW?

    Replies: @thinklikea1l

  10. Laquanashaneachia Leach

    Whenever I think real life African American names can’t be topped, I always end up realizing they just can’t be parodied.

    • Replies: @Bill Jones
    @JimDandy

    But you really can't argue about the descriptive accuracy of the surname.
    (Shit. what was I thinking, who knows who the Sire was. SB last name)

  11. If the products from the beauty store made her look like that, it isn’t surprising she’d want to punch them.

    • LOL: Rob McX
  12. @JohnnyWalker123
    https://twitter.com/DarrenJBeattie/status/1318782576912453633

    Replies: @wren, @AndrewR, @Neoconned

    I came to post the article OT, but you beat me to it.

    https://www.revolver.news/2020/10/brandy-zadrozny-dox-trump-supporters-glamorize-pedophiles/

    Your kind of article.

    The comments section on it includes people whose life she has tried to destroy.

    • Replies: @Neoconned
    @wren

    Can she be prosecuted for that sh*t? Stalking charges?

    , @JohnnyWalker123
    @wren

    You've got to wonder...

    Why are so many of our elites (like Zadrozny) so sympathetic to people who've been accused of pedophilia?

    If QAnon is "garbage," why are our elites so afraid of them?

    If Pizza Gate is *fake," why did our elites freak out so much over these allegations back in 2016 and 2017?

    Our elites are obsessive about rooting out imagined racism and nonexistent Russian spies, but start screaming "witch hunt!" if you demonstrate any interest in prosecuting pedophiles in high places.

    Replies: @AndrewR

  13. She even managed to mis-spell her surname; and her surname is actually funnier than her car-crash given name.

    Two “e”s, LaQ, not “ea”.

    • Agree: West reanimator
  14. World War Hair grinds on, but this is surely the first shot in the Battle of the Eyelashes.

    • LOL: kikz
  15. Wonder if she uses Vaseline “skin equity” products?

    https://www.facebook.com/VaselineUS/videos/653314972255226/

  16. They’ve got a second photo now, without the amazing eyelashes.

  17. SUSPECT SOUGHT: Smyrna Police are searching for a woman named Laquanashaneachia Leach.

    Laquanashaneachia?!

    Sounds either like: 1.) A gynecological condition caused by a fungus, or 2.) An American Indian name for Bigfoot.

  18. @Daniel H
    Laquanashaneachia..... That's gotta be a Welsh name.

    Replies: @Father O'Hara, @Cortes, @Anonymous, @Simon Tugmutton, @Neoconned, @Aardvark, @dearieme, @black sea, @Mike Zwick, @Reg Cæsar, @MBlanc46

    I wonder if she’s related to Archibald Leach?

  19. @AceDeuce
    Fun Fact: "Laquanashaneachia" has more letters than "Smyrna, Tennessee."

    Replies: @Harry Baldwin

    Is there enough space on a form to spell out that name? I wonder if she lives on “Reverend Doctor Martin Luther King Junior Boulevard.” We have one of those in a nearby city.

  20. Dear Mr Sailer,

    Cease and Desist Letter

    By publishing our client’s photograph, you aid and abet your readers to touch my client’s hair with their gaze.

    Pay up whitey.

    The Victim’s Go-Fund-My-Weaves page can be found at:

    (because of her long name, here’s the shortened Tiny URL address…)

    LaquanashaneachiaLeachOnSociety.biz

    Yours,

    Gibbs, Mee, & Datt
    Attorneys-at-Lawfare

    • LOL: kikz
    • Replies: @Dan Smith
    @Ano

    Didn’t you used to work at Dewey, Cheatham, and Howe?

  21. @Daniel H
    Laquanashaneachia..... That's gotta be a Welsh name.

    Replies: @Father O'Hara, @Cortes, @Anonymous, @Simon Tugmutton, @Neoconned, @Aardvark, @dearieme, @black sea, @Mike Zwick, @Reg Cæsar, @MBlanc46

    That’s easy for you to say.

  22. I’m guessing that’s not the name on her birth certificate. (Not enough spaces.)

    And how long is it going to be before they start using non-alpha? Perhaps numbers and other non-alpha. Like the !Kung.

    • Replies: @Walsh2
    @Steve in Greensboro

    I'm kind of hoping they discover the Cyrillic alphabet .

  23. @Slim Dunkins
    1. low hanging fruit when we have literal criminals and foreign assets in the white House

    2. most crime is committed by white male Christians

    3. The FBI has said that white supremacy is the greatest terror threat to the country

    Replies: @Gary in Gramercy, @Ian Smith

    Do you weigh more or less than Judge Amy Coney Barrett?

    • LOL: MEH 0910, kaganovitch
    • Replies: @Alfa158
    @Gary in Gramercy

    Much less. Even the average duck runs only around three or four pounds, and this particular one identifies as being particularly tiny.

    , @kaganovitch
    @Gary in Gramercy

    Do you weigh more or less than Judge Amy Coney Barrett?

    Outstanding!

    Replies: @Gary in Gramercy

  24. Just me, but I prefer President in waiting Harris’ hair to that of Laquanashaneachia’s. (Hope I spelled that correctly?)

    kamala 2021

    • Replies: @Gary in Gramercy
    @danand

    I don't know if you correctly spelled the name of Laquaneesha the Leech, but the spoof campaign button misspelled February.

    Replies: @The Alarmist, @JerseyJeffersonian

  25. I’ll bet that Laquanashaneachia Leach often misspells her own name. Her name is one of the most discombobulated I have seen. What was her mother thinking? There must be a messed up name competition going on.

  26. Tangential one. Instead of teaming up with the USA Women’s National Soccer Team in common cause, Sue Bird is taking shots at the Beckys with the good hair.

    WNBA star says women’s basketball isn’t popular because players are predominantly Black, LGBTQ+
    https://thehill.com/changing-america/respect/diversity-inclusion/521709-wnba-star-says-womens-basketball-isnt-popular

    The longstanding inequalities between men’s and women’s professional sports have been well documented, most recently highlighted with the USA Women’s National Soccer Team filing a discrimination lawsuit against the U.S. Soccer Federation for paying their male counterparts more than them on the basis that the men’s game “requires a higher level of skill.”

    Deeper in the minutiae of professional women’s sports, however, U.S. soccer stars have the upper hand in public perception, support and appreciation as opposed to the talented Women’s National Basketball Association (WNBA) players, according to legendary point guard Sue Bird.

    The reason for women’s soccer’s larger public popularity? It all comes down to appeal.

    “Even though we’re female athletes playing at a high level, our worlds, you know, the soccer world and the basketball world are just totally different,” Bird explained to CNN Sport reporter Don Riddell.

    “And to be blunt it’s the demographic of who’s playing. Women’s soccer players generally are cute little White girls while WNBA players, we are all shapes and sizes … a lot of Black, gay, tall women … there is maybe an intimidation factor and people are quick to judge it and put it down,” she said.

    Bird is openly gay and in a relationship with U.S. Soccer powerhouse and captain Megan Rapinoe. A member of the beloved U.S. Women’s Team — who most recently won the Women’s World Cup in 2019 — Rapinoe has been granted a prominent platform to speak on women’s and LGBTQ+ issues within professional sports.

    In an article published on Oct. 5, Rapinoe echoed Bird’s observation of inequality and lack of marketing and publicity around the WNBA, mainly due to the fact that most are Black and many identify as part of the LGBTQ+ community.

    “When it comes to U.S. women’s soccer, the general perception is that — let’s face it — we’re the white girls next door. The straight, ‘cute,’ ‘unthreatening,’ ‘suburban’ white girls next door,” Rapinoe says, despite the racial diversity within the Women’s National Team.

    I think it’s interesting because Bird herself is 100% white, Jewish father, Irish mother (She uses her mothers maiden name). She doesn’t advertise it, allowing her light curls and tanned skin suggest she is partly black. Doesn’t she have white girl next door privilege? Pictures of her early in her career give exactly that vibe.

    Picture of Bird early in her career with Nick Carter at the ESPYs.
    Bird today.
    And her critique is true though, Alex Morgan, Hope Solo etc are nice polite middle class role models and are very marketable due to their attractiveness. One interesting thing about the mens and womens US teams are that they look like immigration stopped in the 1890s. Lots of English surnames, along with some German, Scottish, Irish and Norwegian in there too. Lots of blue eyes.

    But still, rather than support them in amplifying their shared demands for higher salary pay, she gripes about them being more marketable for endorsements because of their middle class backgrounds and attractive Northern European features along with their straight hair.

    • Replies: @Redneck farmer
    @Altai

    The NBA is predominantly straight black guys, and look at how much more money they make compared to the WNBA!

    , @black sea
    @Altai

    If only Sue Bird didn't resemble Steve Nash in drag, she would be seen as cute rather than "threatening," heterosexual rather than homosexual, and worthy of big time dollars, endorsements, and general fabulousness.

    We went through this with Serena, minus the gender fluidity and the racial-cultural barrier crossing that Bird is trying to leverage into victimization status.

    1. Competing effectively in men's basketball requires more talent and ability that does women's. The same is true of tennis. This is painfully easy to demonstrate.

    2. All professional sports are simply genres of entertainment. The audience for women's sports prefers cute straight girls to butch giantesses. Life can be this way.

    Replies: @Altai

    , @Dignan
    @Altai

    Agreed except that Hope Solo is far from being a “nice polite middle class role model.”

    , @bomag
    @Altai

    Sayeth Bird:


    And to be blunt it’s the demographic of who’s playing.
     
    And what does she expect as a response to her observation? Maybe special operation units that gather people up and cram them into WNBA games.

    Then she'll move on to the next target: "Movies and theater favor attractive people!"; "Fashion industry favors certain body types!"
    , @Brutusale
    @Altai

    Women still can't seem to be able to wrap their heads around the fact that guys simply are not going to pay anything approaching real money to see an inferior product. When the US national soccer team or a WNBA team can actually beat a decent high school boys' team, we'll revisit the subject.

    This woman was a pro athlete who never won a thing. Her net worth is $50 million.

    https://static.toiimg.com/thumb.cms?msid=71388768&height=600&width=600

    I can't figure out why!

    Way back in 1999, I was in Las Vegas for the last good Comdex. I was with friends watching the Monday night NFL game at the bar in Luxor's casino sports book. Off the main room, they have another area that has a sort of cubical arrangement with televisions controlled by the guest. All the guys in the private area were watching a tennis match that Kournikova was playing instead of football.

    Replies: @Neuday

    , @OFWHAP
    @Altai

    Hope Solo is probably more of a hood rat than anyone in the WNBA. Her current or former significant other, Jerramy Stevens, is also a piece of work.

  27. LL Toupee – Mamma said knock you out

  28. @danand
    Just me, but I prefer President in waiting Harris' hair to that of Laquanashaneachia's. (Hope I spelled that correctly?)

    https://flic.kr/p/2jXTM9t

    Replies: @Gary in Gramercy

    I don’t know if you correctly spelled the name of Laquaneesha the Leech, but the spoof campaign button misspelled February.

    • Replies: @The Alarmist
    @Gary in Gramercy

    No, the button got it right. Feburary is Black History month.

    Giant Meteor for Feburary 2021?

    https://ih1.redbubble.net/image.248533150.2085/flat,800x800,075,f.jpg

    , @JerseyJeffersonian
    @Gary in Gramercy

    No, it was just an example of marketing to the target audience.

  29. @JohnnyWalker123
    https://twitter.com/DarrenJBeattie/status/1318782576912453633

    Replies: @wren, @AndrewR, @Neoconned

    Everyone in corporate media are legitimate military targets.

    • Agree: El Dato
  30. @Altai
    Tangential one. Instead of teaming up with the USA Women’s National Soccer Team in common cause, Sue Bird is taking shots at the Beckys with the good hair.

    WNBA star says women's basketball isn't popular because players are predominantly Black, LGBTQ+
    https://thehill.com/changing-america/respect/diversity-inclusion/521709-wnba-star-says-womens-basketball-isnt-popular


    The longstanding inequalities between men’s and women’s professional sports have been well documented, most recently highlighted with the USA Women’s National Soccer Team filing a discrimination lawsuit against the U.S. Soccer Federation for paying their male counterparts more than them on the basis that the men’s game “requires a higher level of skill.”

    Deeper in the minutiae of professional women’s sports, however, U.S. soccer stars have the upper hand in public perception, support and appreciation as opposed to the talented Women’s National Basketball Association (WNBA) players, according to legendary point guard Sue Bird.

    The reason for women’s soccer’s larger public popularity? It all comes down to appeal.

    “Even though we're female athletes playing at a high level, our worlds, you know, the soccer world and the basketball world are just totally different,” Bird explained to CNN Sport reporter Don Riddell.

    “And to be blunt it's the demographic of who's playing. Women's soccer players generally are cute little White girls while WNBA players, we are all shapes and sizes ... a lot of Black, gay, tall women ... there is maybe an intimidation factor and people are quick to judge it and put it down,” she said.

    Bird is openly gay and in a relationship with U.S. Soccer powerhouse and captain Megan Rapinoe. A member of the beloved U.S. Women’s Team — who most recently won the Women’s World Cup in 2019 — Rapinoe has been granted a prominent platform to speak on women’s and LGBTQ+ issues within professional sports.

    In an article published on Oct. 5, Rapinoe echoed Bird’s observation of inequality and lack of marketing and publicity around the WNBA, mainly due to the fact that most are Black and many identify as part of the LGBTQ+ community.

    “When it comes to U.S. women’s soccer, the general perception is that — let’s face it — we’re the white girls next door. The straight, ‘cute,’ ‘unthreatening,’ ‘suburban’ white girls next door,” Rapinoe says, despite the racial diversity within the Women’s National Team.

     

    I think it's interesting because Bird herself is 100% white, Jewish father, Irish mother (She uses her mothers maiden name). She doesn't advertise it, allowing her light curls and tanned skin suggest she is partly black. Doesn't she have white girl next door privilege? Pictures of her early in her career give exactly that vibe.

    Picture of Bird early in her career with Nick Carter at the ESPYs.
    https://liverampup.com/uploads/images/Sue%20Bird%20and%20Nick%20Carter%20arrive%20together%20at%20the%20ESPY%20Awards.jpg

    Bird today.
    https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/7/72/Bird-20180912.jpg/1200px-Bird-20180912.jpg

    And her critique is true though, Alex Morgan, Hope Solo etc are nice polite middle class role models and are very marketable due to their attractiveness. One interesting thing about the mens and womens US teams are that they look like immigration stopped in the 1890s. Lots of English surnames, along with some German, Scottish, Irish and Norwegian in there too. Lots of blue eyes.

    But still, rather than support them in amplifying their shared demands for higher salary pay, she gripes about them being more marketable for endorsements because of their middle class backgrounds and attractive Northern European features along with their straight hair.

    Replies: @Redneck farmer, @black sea, @Dignan, @bomag, @Brutusale, @OFWHAP

    The NBA is predominantly straight black guys, and look at how much more money they make compared to the WNBA!

  31. @Altai
    Tangential one. Instead of teaming up with the USA Women’s National Soccer Team in common cause, Sue Bird is taking shots at the Beckys with the good hair.

    WNBA star says women's basketball isn't popular because players are predominantly Black, LGBTQ+
    https://thehill.com/changing-america/respect/diversity-inclusion/521709-wnba-star-says-womens-basketball-isnt-popular


    The longstanding inequalities between men’s and women’s professional sports have been well documented, most recently highlighted with the USA Women’s National Soccer Team filing a discrimination lawsuit against the U.S. Soccer Federation for paying their male counterparts more than them on the basis that the men’s game “requires a higher level of skill.”

    Deeper in the minutiae of professional women’s sports, however, U.S. soccer stars have the upper hand in public perception, support and appreciation as opposed to the talented Women’s National Basketball Association (WNBA) players, according to legendary point guard Sue Bird.

    The reason for women’s soccer’s larger public popularity? It all comes down to appeal.

    “Even though we're female athletes playing at a high level, our worlds, you know, the soccer world and the basketball world are just totally different,” Bird explained to CNN Sport reporter Don Riddell.

    “And to be blunt it's the demographic of who's playing. Women's soccer players generally are cute little White girls while WNBA players, we are all shapes and sizes ... a lot of Black, gay, tall women ... there is maybe an intimidation factor and people are quick to judge it and put it down,” she said.

    Bird is openly gay and in a relationship with U.S. Soccer powerhouse and captain Megan Rapinoe. A member of the beloved U.S. Women’s Team — who most recently won the Women’s World Cup in 2019 — Rapinoe has been granted a prominent platform to speak on women’s and LGBTQ+ issues within professional sports.

    In an article published on Oct. 5, Rapinoe echoed Bird’s observation of inequality and lack of marketing and publicity around the WNBA, mainly due to the fact that most are Black and many identify as part of the LGBTQ+ community.

    “When it comes to U.S. women’s soccer, the general perception is that — let’s face it — we’re the white girls next door. The straight, ‘cute,’ ‘unthreatening,’ ‘suburban’ white girls next door,” Rapinoe says, despite the racial diversity within the Women’s National Team.

     

    I think it's interesting because Bird herself is 100% white, Jewish father, Irish mother (She uses her mothers maiden name). She doesn't advertise it, allowing her light curls and tanned skin suggest she is partly black. Doesn't she have white girl next door privilege? Pictures of her early in her career give exactly that vibe.

    Picture of Bird early in her career with Nick Carter at the ESPYs.
    https://liverampup.com/uploads/images/Sue%20Bird%20and%20Nick%20Carter%20arrive%20together%20at%20the%20ESPY%20Awards.jpg

    Bird today.
    https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/7/72/Bird-20180912.jpg/1200px-Bird-20180912.jpg

    And her critique is true though, Alex Morgan, Hope Solo etc are nice polite middle class role models and are very marketable due to their attractiveness. One interesting thing about the mens and womens US teams are that they look like immigration stopped in the 1890s. Lots of English surnames, along with some German, Scottish, Irish and Norwegian in there too. Lots of blue eyes.

    But still, rather than support them in amplifying their shared demands for higher salary pay, she gripes about them being more marketable for endorsements because of their middle class backgrounds and attractive Northern European features along with their straight hair.

    Replies: @Redneck farmer, @black sea, @Dignan, @bomag, @Brutusale, @OFWHAP

    If only Sue Bird didn’t resemble Steve Nash in drag, she would be seen as cute rather than “threatening,” heterosexual rather than homosexual, and worthy of big time dollars, endorsements, and general fabulousness.

    We went through this with Serena, minus the gender fluidity and the racial-cultural barrier crossing that Bird is trying to leverage into victimization status.

    1. Competing effectively in men’s basketball requires more talent and ability that does women’s. The same is true of tennis. This is painfully easy to demonstrate.

    2. All professional sports are simply genres of entertainment. The audience for women’s sports prefers cute straight girls to butch giantesses. Life can be this way.

    • Agree: fish, TWS
    • Replies: @Altai
    @black sea

    That's why I find her critique so amazing, she is making the argument her bosses make against her, people just like/watch the NBA more, you're paid as an entertainer. But she thinks she isn't because she is blaming 'white privilege' for it despite being white herself.

    And they were doing so well, people repeat their mantra despite it making no sense on social media 24/7. They were never going to be paid NBA money since that would probably bankrupt their teams but they could have extracted a little bit more for themselves.

  32. @Daniel H
    Laquanashaneachia..... That's gotta be a Welsh name.

    Replies: @Father O'Hara, @Cortes, @Anonymous, @Simon Tugmutton, @Neoconned, @Aardvark, @dearieme, @black sea, @Mike Zwick, @Reg Cæsar, @MBlanc46

    Replace all the vowels with ‘y’s and your might be onto something.

  33. On an even more important topic, here’s Ann Coulter yesterday

  34. @Daniel H
    Laquanashaneachia..... That's gotta be a Welsh name.

    Replies: @Father O'Hara, @Cortes, @Anonymous, @Simon Tugmutton, @Neoconned, @Aardvark, @dearieme, @black sea, @Mike Zwick, @Reg Cæsar, @MBlanc46

    Her parents (assuming her pop was around) must have really hated her. Unless of course they named her Madge and she bestowed that name on herself.

    Considering this weighty matter further, her coiffure suggests an extraterrestrial influence, so she might well be from Alpha Centauri 5, where all female children are called Laquanashaneachia, so there is that.

  35. @JohnnyWalker123
    https://twitter.com/DarrenJBeattie/status/1318782576912453633

    Replies: @wren, @AndrewR, @Neoconned

    Don’t those “proplefinder.com” type sites make you sign athing online saying you won’t use the information for any felonious or potentially libelous ways….?

    Could she be open to both litigation and prosecution for felonious stalking charges?

    • Replies: @JerseyJeffersonian
    @Neoconned

    Was she using these questionably legal "researches" as part of her employment as a "journolist"? If so, then NBC/COMCAST are on the hook, too. Go for the deep pockets, while not neglecting to hold her personally accountable. Sort of a joint and several liability attack.

  36. @Daniel H
    Laquanashaneachia..... That's gotta be a Welsh name.

    Replies: @Father O'Hara, @Cortes, @Anonymous, @Simon Tugmutton, @Neoconned, @Aardvark, @dearieme, @black sea, @Mike Zwick, @Reg Cæsar, @MBlanc46

    I’ll give it to the Shuqueeshas of the world….they sure do give good entertainment….unlike these doxing psychos like the reporter….

  37. @wren
    @JohnnyWalker123

    I came to post the article OT, but you beat me to it.

    https://www.revolver.news/2020/10/brandy-zadrozny-dox-trump-supporters-glamorize-pedophiles/

    Your kind of article.

    The comments section on it includes people whose life she has tried to destroy.

    Replies: @Neoconned, @JohnnyWalker123

    Can she be prosecuted for that sh*t? Stalking charges?

  38. Oh stewardess, I speak Jive. It’s La-KWAN-cha-NE-cha.

  39. @JimDandy
    Laquanashaneachia Leach


    Whenever I think real life African American names can't be topped, I always end up realizing they just can't be parodied.

    Replies: @Bill Jones

    But you really can’t argue about the descriptive accuracy of the surname.
    (Shit. what was I thinking, who knows who the Sire was. SB last name)

  40. @black sea
    @Altai

    If only Sue Bird didn't resemble Steve Nash in drag, she would be seen as cute rather than "threatening," heterosexual rather than homosexual, and worthy of big time dollars, endorsements, and general fabulousness.

    We went through this with Serena, minus the gender fluidity and the racial-cultural barrier crossing that Bird is trying to leverage into victimization status.

    1. Competing effectively in men's basketball requires more talent and ability that does women's. The same is true of tennis. This is painfully easy to demonstrate.

    2. All professional sports are simply genres of entertainment. The audience for women's sports prefers cute straight girls to butch giantesses. Life can be this way.

    Replies: @Altai

    That’s why I find her critique so amazing, she is making the argument her bosses make against her, people just like/watch the NBA more, you’re paid as an entertainer. But she thinks she isn’t because she is blaming ‘white privilege’ for it despite being white herself.

    And they were doing so well, people repeat their mantra despite it making no sense on social media 24/7. They were never going to be paid NBA money since that would probably bankrupt their teams but they could have extracted a little bit more for themselves.

  41. @wren
    @JohnnyWalker123

    I came to post the article OT, but you beat me to it.

    https://www.revolver.news/2020/10/brandy-zadrozny-dox-trump-supporters-glamorize-pedophiles/

    Your kind of article.

    The comments section on it includes people whose life she has tried to destroy.

    Replies: @Neoconned, @JohnnyWalker123

    You’ve got to wonder…

    Why are so many of our elites (like Zadrozny) so sympathetic to people who’ve been accused of pedophilia?

    If QAnon is “garbage,” why are our elites so afraid of them?

    If Pizza Gate is *fake,” why did our elites freak out so much over these allegations back in 2016 and 2017?

    Our elites are obsessive about rooting out imagined racism and nonexistent Russian spies, but start screaming “witch hunt!” if you demonstrate any interest in prosecuting pedophiles in high places.

    • Agree: El Dato, Jus' Sayin'...
    • Replies: @AndrewR
    @JohnnyWalker123

    Maybe the Meghan/Harry disaster is the Deep State's quid pro quo with the royal family: "we'll leave Andrew alone if you marry Harry off to an elderly domineering flaming shitlib American mulatta prostitute and have them meddle in American politics against bad orange man"

    Replies: @Rob McX

  42. Dear Agony Aunt of the Internet.

    I’m getting clown world overload every single day nowadays. How I am supposed to get any work done. Just today from my preferred Russian Disinfo site:

    ‘Our proud reputation in the world is in tatters:’ Obama unloads on Trump as Biden lies low amid ‘laptop’ scandal

    While Trump has repeatedly argued that Biden would be soft on Beijing, saying at a rally on Wednesday that “if Biden wins, China will own the United States,” Obama attempted to turn the table, seizing on a New York Times report alleging that one of the president’s businesses – Trump International Hotels Management LLC – maintains a bank account in China.

    “He’s got a secret Chinese bank account. How’s that possible? Listen, can you imagine if I had a secret Chinese bank account when I was running for re-election? You think Fox News might have been a little concerned? They would’ve called me Beijing Barry,” the former president said.

    The low-effort, low-IQ blather is then complemented by news on Beijing Biden:

    Hunter’s business partner CONFIRMS authenticity of laptop email, claims Joe Biden was part of Chinese deals

    In his statement, Bobulinski said that “the big guy” is “in fact a reference to Joe Biden,” and noted that Hunter often consulted with his father about his business dealings. The CEO challenged the former vice president’s repeated claim that he has never involved himself in his son’s business affairs.

    “I’ve seen firsthand that that’s not true, because it wasn’t just Hunter’s business, they said they were putting the Biden family name and its legacy on the line,” he wrote.

    The CEO claimed that the Bidens had “gone behind his back” and misused their business partnership to rake in millions from the Chinese. He claimed that the Hunter used the company as a “personal piggy bank,” while their Chinese associates saw the deal as a “political or influence investment.”

    All of this politicial low-wattage bullshit is so dismaying that I’m about ready to hold raucous beer hall Nazi rallies in my garden shed. What am I supposed to do?

    • Replies: @Jim Christian
    @El Dato

    You're supposed to wait for it to become High-Wattage. Wait for it. It's coming. Biden is about to croak of...whatever. Dunno what is supposed to become of 60 million votes. What a mess.

  43. Are they sure that it is a woman?

    • Replies: @Neuday
    @The Alarmist

    Agreed. That thing was born male, and the silly name is the sorry beast's idea of an exceedingly feminine name for a Black! woman, not realizing it's so over-the-top that's it's parody, much like the hair.

    , @SunBakedSuburb
    @The Alarmist

    "Are they sure that it is a woman?"

    A common question in regards to the gender of black women. It is safe to say most black women carry higher testosterone loads than the white males who comprise the membership of the gay-adjacent Proud Boyz club.

  44. @Gary in Gramercy
    @danand

    I don't know if you correctly spelled the name of Laquaneesha the Leech, but the spoof campaign button misspelled February.

    Replies: @The Alarmist, @JerseyJeffersonian

    No, the button got it right. Feburary is Black History month.

    Giant Meteor for Feburary 2021?

  45. Any office drudge who has to write her name must be thinking, “Thank God for cut-and-paste”.

    • LOL: Old Prude
  46. @Daniel H
    Laquanashaneachia..... That's gotta be a Welsh name.

    Replies: @Father O'Hara, @Cortes, @Anonymous, @Simon Tugmutton, @Neoconned, @Aardvark, @dearieme, @black sea, @Mike Zwick, @Reg Cæsar, @MBlanc46

    Was she supposed to be the black version of Roseanne RoseannaDanna?
    If so they sort of missed….

  47. @Daniel H
    Laquanashaneachia..... That's gotta be a Welsh name.

    Replies: @Father O'Hara, @Cortes, @Anonymous, @Simon Tugmutton, @Neoconned, @Aardvark, @dearieme, @black sea, @Mike Zwick, @Reg Cæsar, @MBlanc46

    That’s gotta be a Welsh name.

    Not enough consonants, surely?

    • Replies: @anon
    @dearieme

    It’s a Cornish name.

  48. @Steve in Greensboro
    I'm guessing that's not the name on her birth certificate. (Not enough spaces.)

    And how long is it going to be before they start using non-alpha? Perhaps numbers and other non-alpha. Like the !Kung.

    Replies: @Walsh2

    I’m kind of hoping they discover the Cyrillic alphabet .

  49. @Altai
    Tangential one. Instead of teaming up with the USA Women’s National Soccer Team in common cause, Sue Bird is taking shots at the Beckys with the good hair.

    WNBA star says women's basketball isn't popular because players are predominantly Black, LGBTQ+
    https://thehill.com/changing-america/respect/diversity-inclusion/521709-wnba-star-says-womens-basketball-isnt-popular


    The longstanding inequalities between men’s and women’s professional sports have been well documented, most recently highlighted with the USA Women’s National Soccer Team filing a discrimination lawsuit against the U.S. Soccer Federation for paying their male counterparts more than them on the basis that the men’s game “requires a higher level of skill.”

    Deeper in the minutiae of professional women’s sports, however, U.S. soccer stars have the upper hand in public perception, support and appreciation as opposed to the talented Women’s National Basketball Association (WNBA) players, according to legendary point guard Sue Bird.

    The reason for women’s soccer’s larger public popularity? It all comes down to appeal.

    “Even though we're female athletes playing at a high level, our worlds, you know, the soccer world and the basketball world are just totally different,” Bird explained to CNN Sport reporter Don Riddell.

    “And to be blunt it's the demographic of who's playing. Women's soccer players generally are cute little White girls while WNBA players, we are all shapes and sizes ... a lot of Black, gay, tall women ... there is maybe an intimidation factor and people are quick to judge it and put it down,” she said.

    Bird is openly gay and in a relationship with U.S. Soccer powerhouse and captain Megan Rapinoe. A member of the beloved U.S. Women’s Team — who most recently won the Women’s World Cup in 2019 — Rapinoe has been granted a prominent platform to speak on women’s and LGBTQ+ issues within professional sports.

    In an article published on Oct. 5, Rapinoe echoed Bird’s observation of inequality and lack of marketing and publicity around the WNBA, mainly due to the fact that most are Black and many identify as part of the LGBTQ+ community.

    “When it comes to U.S. women’s soccer, the general perception is that — let’s face it — we’re the white girls next door. The straight, ‘cute,’ ‘unthreatening,’ ‘suburban’ white girls next door,” Rapinoe says, despite the racial diversity within the Women’s National Team.

     

    I think it's interesting because Bird herself is 100% white, Jewish father, Irish mother (She uses her mothers maiden name). She doesn't advertise it, allowing her light curls and tanned skin suggest she is partly black. Doesn't she have white girl next door privilege? Pictures of her early in her career give exactly that vibe.

    Picture of Bird early in her career with Nick Carter at the ESPYs.
    https://liverampup.com/uploads/images/Sue%20Bird%20and%20Nick%20Carter%20arrive%20together%20at%20the%20ESPY%20Awards.jpg

    Bird today.
    https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/7/72/Bird-20180912.jpg/1200px-Bird-20180912.jpg

    And her critique is true though, Alex Morgan, Hope Solo etc are nice polite middle class role models and are very marketable due to their attractiveness. One interesting thing about the mens and womens US teams are that they look like immigration stopped in the 1890s. Lots of English surnames, along with some German, Scottish, Irish and Norwegian in there too. Lots of blue eyes.

    But still, rather than support them in amplifying their shared demands for higher salary pay, she gripes about them being more marketable for endorsements because of their middle class backgrounds and attractive Northern European features along with their straight hair.

    Replies: @Redneck farmer, @black sea, @Dignan, @bomag, @Brutusale, @OFWHAP

    Agreed except that Hope Solo is far from being a “nice polite middle class role model.”

  50. @Daniel H
    Laquanashaneachia..... That's gotta be a Welsh name.

    Replies: @Father O'Hara, @Cortes, @Anonymous, @Simon Tugmutton, @Neoconned, @Aardvark, @dearieme, @black sea, @Mike Zwick, @Reg Cæsar, @MBlanc46

    Shaneachia . . . isn’t that a singe-malt scotch?

  51. Her mother probably dropped out of the 4th grade when she was 15 to be a baby momma; which might account for the lack of an apostrophe in that otherwise splendid name

  52. Has anyone noticed that Hulu is coming out with a black horror movie called Bad Hair?

    • Replies: @Anon
    @Known Fact

    This has to be the stupidest movie ever. This is what you get when you ask black women to create movie ideas for you. They can't think of anything else except for a movie about their bad hair. Ugh. Black women have no intellectual life.

  53. @Daniel H
    Laquanashaneachia..... That's gotta be a Welsh name.

    Replies: @Father O'Hara, @Cortes, @Anonymous, @Simon Tugmutton, @Neoconned, @Aardvark, @dearieme, @black sea, @Mike Zwick, @Reg Cæsar, @MBlanc46

  54. @Daniel H
    Laquanashaneachia..... That's gotta be a Welsh name.

    Replies: @Father O'Hara, @Cortes, @Anonymous, @Simon Tugmutton, @Neoconned, @Aardvark, @dearieme, @black sea, @Mike Zwick, @Reg Cæsar, @MBlanc46

    Laquanashaneachia….. That’s gotta be a Welsh name.

    From suburban Philly. Here’s her stop on the Main Line:

    • Replies: @TWS
    @Reg Cæsar

    Now I see why my mom's family left Wales.

  55. @Altai
    Tangential one. Instead of teaming up with the USA Women’s National Soccer Team in common cause, Sue Bird is taking shots at the Beckys with the good hair.

    WNBA star says women's basketball isn't popular because players are predominantly Black, LGBTQ+
    https://thehill.com/changing-america/respect/diversity-inclusion/521709-wnba-star-says-womens-basketball-isnt-popular


    The longstanding inequalities between men’s and women’s professional sports have been well documented, most recently highlighted with the USA Women’s National Soccer Team filing a discrimination lawsuit against the U.S. Soccer Federation for paying their male counterparts more than them on the basis that the men’s game “requires a higher level of skill.”

    Deeper in the minutiae of professional women’s sports, however, U.S. soccer stars have the upper hand in public perception, support and appreciation as opposed to the talented Women’s National Basketball Association (WNBA) players, according to legendary point guard Sue Bird.

    The reason for women’s soccer’s larger public popularity? It all comes down to appeal.

    “Even though we're female athletes playing at a high level, our worlds, you know, the soccer world and the basketball world are just totally different,” Bird explained to CNN Sport reporter Don Riddell.

    “And to be blunt it's the demographic of who's playing. Women's soccer players generally are cute little White girls while WNBA players, we are all shapes and sizes ... a lot of Black, gay, tall women ... there is maybe an intimidation factor and people are quick to judge it and put it down,” she said.

    Bird is openly gay and in a relationship with U.S. Soccer powerhouse and captain Megan Rapinoe. A member of the beloved U.S. Women’s Team — who most recently won the Women’s World Cup in 2019 — Rapinoe has been granted a prominent platform to speak on women’s and LGBTQ+ issues within professional sports.

    In an article published on Oct. 5, Rapinoe echoed Bird’s observation of inequality and lack of marketing and publicity around the WNBA, mainly due to the fact that most are Black and many identify as part of the LGBTQ+ community.

    “When it comes to U.S. women’s soccer, the general perception is that — let’s face it — we’re the white girls next door. The straight, ‘cute,’ ‘unthreatening,’ ‘suburban’ white girls next door,” Rapinoe says, despite the racial diversity within the Women’s National Team.

     

    I think it's interesting because Bird herself is 100% white, Jewish father, Irish mother (She uses her mothers maiden name). She doesn't advertise it, allowing her light curls and tanned skin suggest she is partly black. Doesn't she have white girl next door privilege? Pictures of her early in her career give exactly that vibe.

    Picture of Bird early in her career with Nick Carter at the ESPYs.
    https://liverampup.com/uploads/images/Sue%20Bird%20and%20Nick%20Carter%20arrive%20together%20at%20the%20ESPY%20Awards.jpg

    Bird today.
    https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/7/72/Bird-20180912.jpg/1200px-Bird-20180912.jpg

    And her critique is true though, Alex Morgan, Hope Solo etc are nice polite middle class role models and are very marketable due to their attractiveness. One interesting thing about the mens and womens US teams are that they look like immigration stopped in the 1890s. Lots of English surnames, along with some German, Scottish, Irish and Norwegian in there too. Lots of blue eyes.

    But still, rather than support them in amplifying their shared demands for higher salary pay, she gripes about them being more marketable for endorsements because of their middle class backgrounds and attractive Northern European features along with their straight hair.

    Replies: @Redneck farmer, @black sea, @Dignan, @bomag, @Brutusale, @OFWHAP

    Sayeth Bird:

    And to be blunt it’s the demographic of who’s playing.

    And what does she expect as a response to her observation? Maybe special operation units that gather people up and cram them into WNBA games.

    Then she’ll move on to the next target: “Movies and theater favor attractive people!”; “Fashion industry favors certain body types!”

  56. @thinklikea1l
    Laquanashaneachia

    LA-qua-NA-sha-NEE-chi-AH?

    LA-qua-NA-shan-EE-chi-AH?

    le-KWAN-ah-SHAN-EE-chi-AH?

    I'm not an expert in phonetic transcription.

    Replies: @jb, @anon

    I imagine her name has the benefit of making it difficult for the police to gather information by questioning her acquaintances. “Excuse me miss, but you were in the bar on the night of the 4th, and we’d like to know whether you saw Lakanish… Lakwaknee… ah screw it!”

  57. Smyrna’s loveliest Southern-grown peach
    Is Laquana Shaneachia Leach;
    This shoplifting whore
    Has what beauty the store
    That sells beauty will leave within reach.

    • Thanks: Calvin Hobbes
    • LOL: Buffalo Joe
    • Replies: @Calvin Hobbes
    @the one they call Desanex


    Smyrna’s loveliest Southern-grown peach
    Is Lacuna Shaneachia Leach;
    This shoplifting whore
    Has what beauty the store
    That sells beauty will leave within reach.
     
    I am in awe of your ability to come up with these things. I couldn’t do as well if you gave me a year to work on it.

    Replies: @Buffalo Joe

    , @Steve Sailer
    @the one they call Desanex

    Wow.

  58. @Cato
    I bet she can't spell her own name.

    Replies: @Rob

    Why are you guys making fun of La Iguana Chichen Itza’s name? Maybe she thinks our names are stupid. Did you think of that?

    • Replies: @Jim Don Bob
    @Rob


    Why are you guys making fun of La Iguana Chichen Itza’s name? Maybe she thinks our names are stupid. Did you think of that?
     
    You are exactly right! Come to think of it, Rob is a stupid name. The only Robs I know are Canadian poofters. ;-)

    Replies: @Rob

  59. @dearieme
    @Daniel H

    That’s gotta be a Welsh name.

    Not enough consonants, surely?

    Replies: @anon

    It’s a Cornish name.

  60. @Altai
    Tangential one. Instead of teaming up with the USA Women’s National Soccer Team in common cause, Sue Bird is taking shots at the Beckys with the good hair.

    WNBA star says women's basketball isn't popular because players are predominantly Black, LGBTQ+
    https://thehill.com/changing-america/respect/diversity-inclusion/521709-wnba-star-says-womens-basketball-isnt-popular


    The longstanding inequalities between men’s and women’s professional sports have been well documented, most recently highlighted with the USA Women’s National Soccer Team filing a discrimination lawsuit against the U.S. Soccer Federation for paying their male counterparts more than them on the basis that the men’s game “requires a higher level of skill.”

    Deeper in the minutiae of professional women’s sports, however, U.S. soccer stars have the upper hand in public perception, support and appreciation as opposed to the talented Women’s National Basketball Association (WNBA) players, according to legendary point guard Sue Bird.

    The reason for women’s soccer’s larger public popularity? It all comes down to appeal.

    “Even though we're female athletes playing at a high level, our worlds, you know, the soccer world and the basketball world are just totally different,” Bird explained to CNN Sport reporter Don Riddell.

    “And to be blunt it's the demographic of who's playing. Women's soccer players generally are cute little White girls while WNBA players, we are all shapes and sizes ... a lot of Black, gay, tall women ... there is maybe an intimidation factor and people are quick to judge it and put it down,” she said.

    Bird is openly gay and in a relationship with U.S. Soccer powerhouse and captain Megan Rapinoe. A member of the beloved U.S. Women’s Team — who most recently won the Women’s World Cup in 2019 — Rapinoe has been granted a prominent platform to speak on women’s and LGBTQ+ issues within professional sports.

    In an article published on Oct. 5, Rapinoe echoed Bird’s observation of inequality and lack of marketing and publicity around the WNBA, mainly due to the fact that most are Black and many identify as part of the LGBTQ+ community.

    “When it comes to U.S. women’s soccer, the general perception is that — let’s face it — we’re the white girls next door. The straight, ‘cute,’ ‘unthreatening,’ ‘suburban’ white girls next door,” Rapinoe says, despite the racial diversity within the Women’s National Team.

     

    I think it's interesting because Bird herself is 100% white, Jewish father, Irish mother (She uses her mothers maiden name). She doesn't advertise it, allowing her light curls and tanned skin suggest she is partly black. Doesn't she have white girl next door privilege? Pictures of her early in her career give exactly that vibe.

    Picture of Bird early in her career with Nick Carter at the ESPYs.
    https://liverampup.com/uploads/images/Sue%20Bird%20and%20Nick%20Carter%20arrive%20together%20at%20the%20ESPY%20Awards.jpg

    Bird today.
    https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/7/72/Bird-20180912.jpg/1200px-Bird-20180912.jpg

    And her critique is true though, Alex Morgan, Hope Solo etc are nice polite middle class role models and are very marketable due to their attractiveness. One interesting thing about the mens and womens US teams are that they look like immigration stopped in the 1890s. Lots of English surnames, along with some German, Scottish, Irish and Norwegian in there too. Lots of blue eyes.

    But still, rather than support them in amplifying their shared demands for higher salary pay, she gripes about them being more marketable for endorsements because of their middle class backgrounds and attractive Northern European features along with their straight hair.

    Replies: @Redneck farmer, @black sea, @Dignan, @bomag, @Brutusale, @OFWHAP

    Women still can’t seem to be able to wrap their heads around the fact that guys simply are not going to pay anything approaching real money to see an inferior product. When the US national soccer team or a WNBA team can actually beat a decent high school boys’ team, we’ll revisit the subject.

    This woman was a pro athlete who never won a thing. Her net worth is $50 million.

    https://static.toiimg.com/thumb.cms?msid=71388768&height=600&width=600

    I can’t figure out why!

    Way back in 1999, I was in Las Vegas for the last good Comdex. I was with friends watching the Monday night NFL game at the bar in Luxor’s casino sports book. Off the main room, they have another area that has a sort of cubical arrangement with televisions controlled by the guest. All the guys in the private area were watching a tennis match that Kournikova was playing instead of football.

    • Agree: West reanimator
    • Replies: @Neuday
    @Brutusale


    Women still can’t seem to be able to wrap their heads around the fact that guys simply are not going to pay anything approaching real money to see an inferior product.
     
    So you're admitting the racism and sexism inherent in Capitalism, so you'll agree that Equality requires that women's sports be shown daily in K-12 classrooms, airport lounges, medical waiting rooms, post offices, the DMV, and in top search results for anything sports-related. Equity demands that women athletes be paid as much as their boy counterparts, with the difference paid by a surcharge on both beer and chicken wings.
  61. @JohnnyWalker123
    @wren

    You've got to wonder...

    Why are so many of our elites (like Zadrozny) so sympathetic to people who've been accused of pedophilia?

    If QAnon is "garbage," why are our elites so afraid of them?

    If Pizza Gate is *fake," why did our elites freak out so much over these allegations back in 2016 and 2017?

    Our elites are obsessive about rooting out imagined racism and nonexistent Russian spies, but start screaming "witch hunt!" if you demonstrate any interest in prosecuting pedophiles in high places.

    Replies: @AndrewR

    Maybe the Meghan/Harry disaster is the Deep State’s quid pro quo with the royal family: “we’ll leave Andrew alone if you marry Harry off to an elderly domineering flaming shitlib American mulatta prostitute and have them meddle in American politics against bad orange man”

    • Replies: @Rob McX
    @AndrewR

    Think of all the lives that would have been saved if they'd thought of something similar in 1776.

  62. @Gary in Gramercy
    @Slim Dunkins

    Do you weigh more or less than Judge Amy Coney Barrett?

    Replies: @Alfa158, @kaganovitch

    Much less. Even the average duck runs only around three or four pounds, and this particular one identifies as being particularly tiny.

  63. @Slim Dunkins
    1. low hanging fruit when we have literal criminals and foreign assets in the white House

    2. most crime is committed by white male Christians

    3. The FBI has said that white supremacy is the greatest terror threat to the country

    Replies: @Gary in Gramercy, @Ian Smith

    There’s only one Tiny Duck. Get another gig.

  64. @The Alarmist
    Are they sure that it is a woman?

    Replies: @Neuday, @SunBakedSuburb

    Agreed. That thing was born male, and the silly name is the sorry beast’s idea of an exceedingly feminine name for a Black! woman, not realizing it’s so over-the-top that’s it’s parody, much like the hair.

  65. @Brutusale
    @Altai

    Women still can't seem to be able to wrap their heads around the fact that guys simply are not going to pay anything approaching real money to see an inferior product. When the US national soccer team or a WNBA team can actually beat a decent high school boys' team, we'll revisit the subject.

    This woman was a pro athlete who never won a thing. Her net worth is $50 million.

    https://static.toiimg.com/thumb.cms?msid=71388768&height=600&width=600

    I can't figure out why!

    Way back in 1999, I was in Las Vegas for the last good Comdex. I was with friends watching the Monday night NFL game at the bar in Luxor's casino sports book. Off the main room, they have another area that has a sort of cubical arrangement with televisions controlled by the guest. All the guys in the private area were watching a tennis match that Kournikova was playing instead of football.

    Replies: @Neuday

    Women still can’t seem to be able to wrap their heads around the fact that guys simply are not going to pay anything approaching real money to see an inferior product.

    So you’re admitting the racism and sexism inherent in Capitalism, so you’ll agree that Equality requires that women’s sports be shown daily in K-12 classrooms, airport lounges, medical waiting rooms, post offices, the DMV, and in top search results for anything sports-related. Equity demands that women athletes be paid as much as their boy counterparts, with the difference paid by a surcharge on both beer and chicken wings.

  66. @Reg Cæsar
    @Daniel H


    Laquanashaneachia….. That’s gotta be a Welsh name.
     
    From suburban Philly. Here's her stop on the Main Line:



    https://i2-prod.mirror.co.uk/incoming/article179445.ece/ALTERNATES/s1200/train-station-at-llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch-pic-rex-features-image-1-324436763.jpg

    Replies: @TWS

    Now I see why my mom’s family left Wales.

  67. @Ripple Earthdevil
    Laquanashaneachia? Her parents must have wanted to out-black all the other blacks when it came to naming their daughter.

    Replies: @kikz, @SunBakedSuburb

    parent…. there.. fixd that for ya.

  68. @Ripple Earthdevil
    Laquanashaneachia? Her parents must have wanted to out-black all the other blacks when it came to naming their daughter.

    Replies: @kikz, @SunBakedSuburb

    “Laquanashaneachia?”

    It’s a cartoon character created by sociologist Sailer who presides over this simulation we inhabit like Torquemada torturing simulacra whitey for the sin of being generated whitey. It’s all funded by Soros.

  69. @The Alarmist
    Are they sure that it is a woman?

    Replies: @Neuday, @SunBakedSuburb

    “Are they sure that it is a woman?”

    A common question in regards to the gender of black women. It is safe to say most black women carry higher testosterone loads than the white males who comprise the membership of the gay-adjacent Proud Boyz club.

  70. They’ll have her in no time…Queequeg and Ishmael have just lowered their boat.

  71. @Ano
    Dear Mr Sailer,

    Cease and Desist Letter

    By publishing our client's photograph, you aid and abet your readers to touch my client's hair with their gaze.

    Pay up whitey.

    The Victim's Go-Fund-My-Weaves page can be found at:

    (because of her long name, here's the shortened Tiny URL address...)

    LaquanashaneachiaLeachOnSociety.biz


    Yours,

    Gibbs, Mee, & Datt
    Attorneys-at-Lawfare

    Replies: @Dan Smith

    Didn’t you used to work at Dewey, Cheatham, and Howe?

  72. In an unexpected turn of events, it might be a pseudo-Greek name.

  73. @thinklikea1l
    Laquanashaneachia

    LA-qua-NA-sha-NEE-chi-AH?

    LA-qua-NA-shan-EE-chi-AH?

    le-KWAN-ah-SHAN-EE-chi-AH?

    I'm not an expert in phonetic transcription.

    Replies: @jb, @anon

    Can’t pronounce a WOC’s name properly? Racist.

    Or should we be calling this steatopygous princess a BIWOC? BBBW? Or just EEWW?

    • Replies: @thinklikea1l
    @anon

    You're medicalizing her condition/name.

  74. @Gary in Gramercy
    @Slim Dunkins

    Do you weigh more or less than Judge Amy Coney Barrett?

    Replies: @Alfa158, @kaganovitch

    Do you weigh more or less than Judge Amy Coney Barrett?

    Outstanding!

    • Replies: @Gary in Gramercy
    @kaganovitch

    Glad to see you survived the stoning. A gezunt af dein kop.

    Replies: @kaganovitch

  75. @AndrewR
    @JohnnyWalker123

    Maybe the Meghan/Harry disaster is the Deep State's quid pro quo with the royal family: "we'll leave Andrew alone if you marry Harry off to an elderly domineering flaming shitlib American mulatta prostitute and have them meddle in American politics against bad orange man"

    Replies: @Rob McX

    Think of all the lives that would have been saved if they’d thought of something similar in 1776.

  76. @kaganovitch
    @Gary in Gramercy

    Do you weigh more or less than Judge Amy Coney Barrett?

    Outstanding!

    Replies: @Gary in Gramercy

    Glad to see you survived the stoning. A gezunt af dein kop.

    • Replies: @kaganovitch
    @Gary in Gramercy

    Glad to see you survived the stoning.

    Eh, ikh hub zey upgeshmirt a por zlotys.

  77. @Altai
    Tangential one. Instead of teaming up with the USA Women’s National Soccer Team in common cause, Sue Bird is taking shots at the Beckys with the good hair.

    WNBA star says women's basketball isn't popular because players are predominantly Black, LGBTQ+
    https://thehill.com/changing-america/respect/diversity-inclusion/521709-wnba-star-says-womens-basketball-isnt-popular


    The longstanding inequalities between men’s and women’s professional sports have been well documented, most recently highlighted with the USA Women’s National Soccer Team filing a discrimination lawsuit against the U.S. Soccer Federation for paying their male counterparts more than them on the basis that the men’s game “requires a higher level of skill.”

    Deeper in the minutiae of professional women’s sports, however, U.S. soccer stars have the upper hand in public perception, support and appreciation as opposed to the talented Women’s National Basketball Association (WNBA) players, according to legendary point guard Sue Bird.

    The reason for women’s soccer’s larger public popularity? It all comes down to appeal.

    “Even though we're female athletes playing at a high level, our worlds, you know, the soccer world and the basketball world are just totally different,” Bird explained to CNN Sport reporter Don Riddell.

    “And to be blunt it's the demographic of who's playing. Women's soccer players generally are cute little White girls while WNBA players, we are all shapes and sizes ... a lot of Black, gay, tall women ... there is maybe an intimidation factor and people are quick to judge it and put it down,” she said.

    Bird is openly gay and in a relationship with U.S. Soccer powerhouse and captain Megan Rapinoe. A member of the beloved U.S. Women’s Team — who most recently won the Women’s World Cup in 2019 — Rapinoe has been granted a prominent platform to speak on women’s and LGBTQ+ issues within professional sports.

    In an article published on Oct. 5, Rapinoe echoed Bird’s observation of inequality and lack of marketing and publicity around the WNBA, mainly due to the fact that most are Black and many identify as part of the LGBTQ+ community.

    “When it comes to U.S. women’s soccer, the general perception is that — let’s face it — we’re the white girls next door. The straight, ‘cute,’ ‘unthreatening,’ ‘suburban’ white girls next door,” Rapinoe says, despite the racial diversity within the Women’s National Team.

     

    I think it's interesting because Bird herself is 100% white, Jewish father, Irish mother (She uses her mothers maiden name). She doesn't advertise it, allowing her light curls and tanned skin suggest she is partly black. Doesn't she have white girl next door privilege? Pictures of her early in her career give exactly that vibe.

    Picture of Bird early in her career with Nick Carter at the ESPYs.
    https://liverampup.com/uploads/images/Sue%20Bird%20and%20Nick%20Carter%20arrive%20together%20at%20the%20ESPY%20Awards.jpg

    Bird today.
    https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/7/72/Bird-20180912.jpg/1200px-Bird-20180912.jpg

    And her critique is true though, Alex Morgan, Hope Solo etc are nice polite middle class role models and are very marketable due to their attractiveness. One interesting thing about the mens and womens US teams are that they look like immigration stopped in the 1890s. Lots of English surnames, along with some German, Scottish, Irish and Norwegian in there too. Lots of blue eyes.

    But still, rather than support them in amplifying their shared demands for higher salary pay, she gripes about them being more marketable for endorsements because of their middle class backgrounds and attractive Northern European features along with their straight hair.

    Replies: @Redneck farmer, @black sea, @Dignan, @bomag, @Brutusale, @OFWHAP

    Hope Solo is probably more of a hood rat than anyone in the WNBA. Her current or former significant other, Jerramy Stevens, is also a piece of work.

  78. @Known Fact
    Has anyone noticed that Hulu is coming out with a black horror movie called Bad Hair?

    https://youtu.be/DmrTRblGeKw

    Replies: @Anon

    This has to be the stupidest movie ever. This is what you get when you ask black women to create movie ideas for you. They can’t think of anything else except for a movie about their bad hair. Ugh. Black women have no intellectual life.

  79. Peoples be messin’ with her weave, now.

  80. @Reg Cæsar

    Laquanashaneachia Leach. She's accused of assaulting an officer
     
    With what? Her name?


    Laquanashaneachia Leach = Ah, lilac aqua enhances... aah!


    Are those weaves reflective? They'd be useful when riding a bike home at night.

    Replies: @Thirdtwin

    Oh sure, laugh it up, but there’s a place for her..

    https://www.thecrownact.com/lift-as-we-rise

  81. @Rob
    @Cato

    Why are you guys making fun of La Iguana Chichen Itza’s name? Maybe she thinks our names are stupid. Did you think of that?

    Replies: @Jim Don Bob

    Why are you guys making fun of La Iguana Chichen Itza’s name? Maybe she thinks our names are stupid. Did you think of that?

    You are exactly right! Come to think of it, Rob is a stupid name. The only Robs I know are Canadian poofters. 😉

    • Replies: @Rob
    @Jim Don Bob

    Is ‘Rob’ even really a name? I mean, would you name someone ‘Rape’ or ‘Assault’? No, we don’t name people for crimes!

    Replies: @Jim Don Bob

  82. @the one they call Desanex
    Smyrna’s loveliest Southern-grown peach
    Is Laquana Shaneachia Leach;
    This shoplifting whore
    Has what beauty the store
    That sells beauty will leave within reach.

    Replies: @Calvin Hobbes, @Steve Sailer

    Smyrna’s loveliest Southern-grown peach
    Is Lacuna Shaneachia Leach;
    This shoplifting whore
    Has what beauty the store
    That sells beauty will leave within reach.

    I am in awe of your ability to come up with these things. I couldn’t do as well if you gave me a year to work on it.

    • Replies: @Buffalo Joe
    @Calvin Hobbes

    cal, he is a gem.

  83. Oh sure, laugh it up, but there’s a place for her…

    “Sign the Petition”? For what?

    I’m afraid to ask. Let alone click.

  84. @Daniel H
    Laquanashaneachia..... That's gotta be a Welsh name.

    Replies: @Father O'Hara, @Cortes, @Anonymous, @Simon Tugmutton, @Neoconned, @Aardvark, @dearieme, @black sea, @Mike Zwick, @Reg Cæsar, @MBlanc46

    Too many vowels.

  85. @the one they call Desanex
    Smyrna’s loveliest Southern-grown peach
    Is Laquana Shaneachia Leach;
    This shoplifting whore
    Has what beauty the store
    That sells beauty will leave within reach.

    Replies: @Calvin Hobbes, @Steve Sailer

    Wow.

  86. @anon
    @thinklikea1l

    Can’t pronounce a WOC’s name properly? Racist.

    Or should we be calling this steatopygous princess a BIWOC? BBBW? Or just EEWW?

    Replies: @thinklikea1l

    You’re medicalizing her condition/name.

  87. @Gary in Gramercy
    @kaganovitch

    Glad to see you survived the stoning. A gezunt af dein kop.

    Replies: @kaganovitch

    Glad to see you survived the stoning.

    Eh, ikh hub zey upgeshmirt a por zlotys.

  88. @Calvin Hobbes
    @the one they call Desanex


    Smyrna’s loveliest Southern-grown peach
    Is Lacuna Shaneachia Leach;
    This shoplifting whore
    Has what beauty the store
    That sells beauty will leave within reach.
     
    I am in awe of your ability to come up with these things. I couldn’t do as well if you gave me a year to work on it.

    Replies: @Buffalo Joe

    cal, he is a gem.

  89. @Neoconned
    @JohnnyWalker123

    Don't those "proplefinder.com" type sites make you sign athing online saying you won't use the information for any felonious or potentially libelous ways....?

    Could she be open to both litigation and prosecution for felonious stalking charges?

    Replies: @JerseyJeffersonian

    Was she using these questionably legal “researches” as part of her employment as a “journolist”? If so, then NBC/COMCAST are on the hook, too. Go for the deep pockets, while not neglecting to hold her personally accountable. Sort of a joint and several liability attack.

  90. @Gary in Gramercy
    @danand

    I don't know if you correctly spelled the name of Laquaneesha the Leech, but the spoof campaign button misspelled February.

    Replies: @The Alarmist, @JerseyJeffersonian

    No, it was just an example of marketing to the target audience.

  91. Laquanashaneachia, ain’t no beauty shop gonna fix you. Some things you can’t buy. Talkin’ inner beauty, you holdin’ it in deeper than earth’s core.

  92. Anyone could have predicted this. The Hair War starts out online, then it goes to fisticuffs, then before you know it people are bringing weapons to hair protests. And before you know it we’re in all out Hair Civil War.

  93. @El Dato
    Dear Agony Aunt of the Internet.

    I'm getting clown world overload every single day nowadays. How I am supposed to get any work done. Just today from my preferred Russian Disinfo site:

    ‘Our proud reputation in the world is in tatters:’ Obama unloads on Trump as Biden lies low amid ‘laptop’ scandal

    While Trump has repeatedly argued that Biden would be soft on Beijing, saying at a rally on Wednesday that “if Biden wins, China will own the United States,” Obama attempted to turn the table, seizing on a New York Times report alleging that one of the president’s businesses – Trump International Hotels Management LLC – maintains a bank account in China.

    “He's got a secret Chinese bank account. How's that possible? Listen, can you imagine if I had a secret Chinese bank account when I was running for re-election? You think Fox News might have been a little concerned? They would've called me Beijing Barry,” the former president said.
     
    The low-effort, low-IQ blather is then complemented by news on Beijing Biden:

    Hunter’s business partner CONFIRMS authenticity of laptop email, claims Joe Biden was part of Chinese deals

    In his statement, Bobulinski said that “the big guy” is “in fact a reference to Joe Biden,” and noted that Hunter often consulted with his father about his business dealings. The CEO challenged the former vice president’s repeated claim that he has never involved himself in his son’s business affairs.

    “I’ve seen firsthand that that’s not true, because it wasn’t just Hunter’s business, they said they were putting the Biden family name and its legacy on the line,” he wrote.

    The CEO claimed that the Bidens had “gone behind his back” and misused their business partnership to rake in millions from the Chinese. He claimed that the Hunter used the company as a “personal piggy bank,” while their Chinese associates saw the deal as a “political or influence investment.”
     
    All of this politicial low-wattage bullshit is so dismaying that I'm about ready to hold raucous beer hall Nazi rallies in my garden shed. What am I supposed to do?

    Replies: @Jim Christian

    You’re supposed to wait for it to become High-Wattage. Wait for it. It’s coming. Biden is about to croak of…whatever. Dunno what is supposed to become of 60 million votes. What a mess.

  94. @Jim Don Bob
    @Rob


    Why are you guys making fun of La Iguana Chichen Itza’s name? Maybe she thinks our names are stupid. Did you think of that?
     
    You are exactly right! Come to think of it, Rob is a stupid name. The only Robs I know are Canadian poofters. ;-)

    Replies: @Rob

    Is ‘Rob’ even really a name? I mean, would you name someone ‘Rape’ or ‘Assault’? No, we don’t name people for crimes!

    • Replies: @Jim Don Bob
    @Rob

    Touche!

  95. @Rob
    @Jim Don Bob

    Is ‘Rob’ even really a name? I mean, would you name someone ‘Rape’ or ‘Assault’? No, we don’t name people for crimes!

    Replies: @Jim Don Bob

    Touche!

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