Skip to comments.THE SAVAGE NATION 10-14-13 !
Posted on 10/14/2013 5:29:06 PM PDT by sushiman
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Big quake around where Alex resides. Anyone hear from him?
Is he really doing this stuff on a monday when the gvt is ready to collapse?
He has no respect for his audience but we knew that already.
I sent him a message but haven’t had an amswer yet .
No Train Tracks please !!!!!
No one is going to be able to afford his book if everything crashes. Reading from his books at this point is akin to people being mind numbed by watching reality tv.
Hope he’s making out ok.
Savage has been “nudged” into a self-imposed fairness doctrine.. it was easy said a White House / DNC radio medium consultant. We told him that he could talk about himself for the entire two hours if he wanted to. :)
Buh bye, Savage.
I’m about ready to tune out as well .
Exactly, enough already with the pants and the al’s tuna
and I hope Alex is ok too
“Savage has been nudged into a self-imposed fairness doctrine.. it was easy said a White House / DNC radio medium consultant. We told him that he could talk about himself for the entire two hours if he wanted to. :)”
LOL! It’s funny because it’s probably true.
Sounds like he's still on issues though. There's hope.
Dead Man’s Pants AGAIN . ..after the break . Will check back at the top of the hour . Better things to do lol !
Book club time. Train Tracks is good stories but re-runs, really.
good show so far actually :D
reporting 4 dead from the quake (cnn, usa today)
Me too, but it sounds like a book night. I’ll probably be out when he returns.
Talking the memorial shutdown now
That letter sums it up.
this appears not to be satire
white house lets garden rot during shutdown.
Evidently Train Tracks just came out in paperback and that’s why he’s reading from it, one of the reasons.
A few years ago Savage opined that as the U.S. government became more totalitarian, and dissent became truly dangerous, that he would be the only talk show host courageous enough to stick to his principles, and that Rush and the others would knuckle under. I don’t remember if anybody here remembers him saying that, but it’s pretty ironic if he’s now responding to a “nudge.”
It will also be interesting to see if he sticks to his plan to to talk more about his nationalist party idea in January. I think it was in January of this year that he was talking about it, and I dismissed it as a publicity stunt or passing fancy. Now he openly admits that it would take enough votes from the Republican Party to ruin them.
Did he just say”If you have email as I do”? Who does he think his demographic is—people who listen on battery operated radios or are older than WW II generation , in other words centenarians and a lot of them even have email probably.
I know. I saw this earlier on FR and couldn’t bring myself to read the whole thing. Why couldn’t they bring in volunteers to harvest it? I was actually wondering why we hadn’t heard about the WH garden lately
Tonight I was at a Port Gardner neighborhood meeting and a guy was talking a out a coordinated effort he was leading to make use of fruit on trees (mostly apples)around Everett that would otherwise go to waste. A lot of people who have these trees in their yards would probably like to give away the excess if they could connect with somebody who wanted it. I also realized how Everett has been hit by the mortgage crisis, most in the form of empty houses sitting around, magnets for problems. Evidently drug addicts crash in them and stuff. One even got blown up when guys were salvaging metal and cut a gas pipe, then lit a cigarette. That’s what the code enforcement guy said. Drugs really seem to impact this city.
My grandparents had excess grapefruit trees. We ate a lot of grapefruit (with sugar on top). There are many groups around here that will pick the citrus for free and take them to food banks. If the Federal Govt. tried that, it would take millions to set up what volunteers do through networking, and the Feds would ruin the fruit somehow.