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  • Hundreds of Kids, Parents and Residents Pray on a High School Football Field After Atheist Attacks

    10/19/2014 11:07:39 AM PDT · 50 of 55
    Peet to Albion Wilde

    Oh — I haven’t seen A Clockwork Orange since it first came out — that will tell you how old I am!


    I read the book YEARS before the movie was made.

    I’d suggest that instead of the movie if you’re a reader. It can be found online with a little diligence. ISTR finding it at gutenberg.org but I may be wrong.

  • Hundreds of Kids, Parents and Residents Pray on a High School Football Field After Atheist Attacks

    10/18/2014 12:06:26 PM PDT · 45 of 55
    Peet to Albion Wilde

    What? No Bach?


    Good question!

    An aside: Would Alex have been a very different kind of droogie if he had been into J.S.Bach instead?

  • Seattle woman shames sex offender by posting photos of his face on Twitter....

    10/17/2014 1:21:24 PM PDT · 42 of 45
    Peet to Lazamataz
    Dude, you need glasses. She’s hawt.

    "I love a girl who wears glasses -- breathe heavy and she can't see what you're doing." --- Rodney Dangerfield

    And, yes, laz; she is cute.

  • Piers Morgan Planning Anti-Gun Documentary

    10/05/2014 9:21:24 AM PDT · 31 of 34
    Peet to 2ndDivisionVet

    ``Piers Morgan Planning Anti-Gun Documentary’’

    Sounds like a canidate for the MST3K treatment...

  • MSNBC Points Finger at NRA For 'Making the Ebola Crisis Worse'

    10/04/2014 12:09:59 PM PDT · 33 of 40
    Peet to Calvin Locke
    Brokejaw, of the "We really don't know who BHO is" shrugging off their failure to investigate, let alone report?

    Thanks for reminding me -- that was one of the saddest admissions of incompetence ever made...

    Rose: Barack Obama ... is principally known through his autobiography
      and through very aspirational speeches.

    Brokaw: Two of them.

    Rose: Exactly, two books...

    Brokaw: He's a very smart guy. I love this phrase postmodern, even though
      I don't know what it means.

    Rose: I know what it means in architecture but not in politics.

    Brokaw: Right. Exactly. And he may be our first postmodern presidential
      candidate...

    Brokaw: We don't know a lot about Barack Obama and the universe of his
      thinking about foreign policy. China has been not examined at all, which
      is astonishing...

    Rose: I don't know what Barack Obama's worldview is. Really don't know.

    Brokaw: No, no, I don't either.

    Rose: I don't know how he really sees where China is and where it wants to
    go and how smart he is about that, or India, or the whole global structure.
    Or John McCain either.

  • The YAF’s National “No More Che Day” Targets Columbia University

    10/04/2014 6:23:22 AM PDT · 15 of 27
    Peet to Paine in the Neck
    This is so but there is also the fact that his psychopathy is shared by so many on the left who dream of actually being able to act as Che acted. Rudd, for example. And Obama incubators Bill Ayers and Bernadine Dorhn, for a couple more.

    (link may be dead -- it's REALLY old)

    FBI Informant Reveals Weather Underground Advocated "Killing 25 Million Americans."

    
        I asked, "well what is going to happen to those people we can't
        reeducate, that are diehard capitalists?" and the reply was that
        they'd have to be eliminated.
    
        And when I pursued this further, they estimated they would have to
        eliminate 25 million people in these reeducation centers.
    
        And when I say "eliminate," I mean "kill."
    
        Twenty-five million people.
    
        I want you to imagine sitting in a room with 25 people, most of which
        have graduate degrees, from Columbia and other well-known educational
        centers, and hear them figuring out the logistics for the elimination
        of 25 million people.
    
        And they were dead serious.
    
    
    ...and from http://pjmedia.com/blog/eyewitness-to-the-ayers-revolution/ ...
    
    PJ Media: You stated in your interview in No Place to Hide
     that you wanted us to “imagine sitting in a room with 25
     people, most of which have graduate degrees, from Columbia
     and other well-known educational centers, and hear them
     figuring out the logistics for the elimination of 25
     million people.” A lot of people have now had the
     opportunity to listen to you, and contemplate the horrors
     these people planned. Can you recall who these people are
     by name, and who the ringleaders of this plan were?
    
    Larry Grathwohl: Conversations regarding this occurred in
     Cincinnati, Detroit, Flint, and Buffalo. Participants
     included Bill Ayers, Bernardine Dohrn, Mark Rudd, Linda
     Evans, Jeff Jones, and many others.
    
    
  • Flashback: Senator Obama rips Bush for being unprepared for avian flu epidemic

    10/03/2014 8:47:00 AM PDT · 11 of 12
    Peet to Lazamataz

    We don’t even have a news media. We have a Ministry of Propaganda.


    QUOTE:

    Regarding the culturally Marxist media (CMM):

    They have been - have made themselves a fundamental threat to the (sic)
    democracy and in my opinion made themselves the enemy of the American
    people, and it is a threat to the very future of this country...

    Pat Caddell

    “...enemy of the American people...” Yup.

  • The consequences of anti-vaccine activism

    09/27/2014 5:11:03 AM PDT · 13 of 15
    Peet to right-wing agnostic
    FTA: Boosted by celebrity “experts” Jenny McCarthy, RFK Jr., and Dr. Oz, ...

    Interesting. The same "expert," RFK Jr, who wants to prosecute globull warming "deniers" for treason is on equally scientifically solid (not!) ground here.

    Every time some "liberal" POS opens its mouth, it confirms my tagline...

  • Here's What It's Like To Be A Cannibal In Uganda

    09/25/2014 10:31:45 AM PDT · 41 of 41
    Peet to Celtic Conservative

    “I’m having a friend for dinner”

    Hannibal Lecter.


    You think that I will come
    to your mouth, looking for
    a home. But I get stuck
    sideways in your throat
    like a good old chicken
    bone.

    -=> “Silver Spoon” (AKA Cannibal Song) — Grace Slick

  • Google Gags the Global Warming Debate

    09/24/2014 2:22:35 PM PDT · 14 of 14
    Peet to ThethoughtsofGreg

    Wasn’t Rbt Kennedy Jr. (a curse upon them *all*) just bemoaning the fact that “deniers” can’t be prosecuted for treason?

    Liberalism: Insanity.

  • Bill Berry: Give cops the firepower to outgun the bad guys

    09/23/2014 7:20:21 AM PDT · 47 of 55
    Peet to rellimpank

    The idiot says:

    “But as someone who has been accused of being a flaming liberal,...”

    Followed by:

    “...do we want the enforcers of our laws to walk around with billy clubs while criminals tote semi-automatic weapons?”

    Yep, “a flaming liberal” is the only type that can be that stupid or lie so blatantly. I’m sure I don’t need to point out the obvious to FReepers...

  • AMERICAN FIGHTERS INTERCEPTED RUSSIAN WARPLANES OVER ALASKA

    09/20/2014 3:04:26 PM PDT · 25 of 30
    Peet to UMCRevMom@aol.com

    AMERICAN FIGHTERS INTERCEPTED RUSSIAN WARPLANES OVER ALASKA


    Gee, Sarah Palin can see Russian warplanes from her house now!

    (Sarcasm directed at libtards (AKA walking, talking piles of sh*t) who think Tina Fey is Palin...)

  • Polly Bergen, versatile actress, singer dies at 84

    09/20/2014 2:36:50 PM PDT · 37 of 63
    Peet to rockabyebaby; Travis McGee

    Emmy-winning actress and singer Polly Bergen, who in a long career played the terrorized wife in the original “Cape Fear” ...


    Cape Fear: The great movie based on John D. MacDonald’s novel “The Executioners” — probably the only JDM novel that translated well to the big screen.

    P.

  • American Spectator Magazine Deletes All Mentions Of Brett Kimberlin Following Apparent Settlement

    09/20/2014 2:28:55 PM PDT · 7 of 9
    Peet to Prospero

    ‘Lord Jones is Dead’ - Nina Totenberg


    Didn’t `the totebag’ get herself fired for some viscious, stupid thing she did or said?

  • Barry Needs His Fix

    09/20/2014 3:14:29 AM PDT · 3 of 8
    Peet to Reaganite Republican

    something.blogspot.com (something up the left, blogspot across the top and .com down the right) and a redish two-word name(??) looks like Dale (????) something.

  • The Politics of Giving Your Child a Black Name

    09/15/2014 6:07:28 AM PDT · 65 of 133
    Peet to EinNYC

    The black students’ names I read off of the attendance roster in high school are almost without exception NOT names like Katherine, Priscilla, Susan, etc. They are LaShanda, Quaneesha, Imani, Taneesha, Quateesha, Daniece, etc. I have always thought that the newly-delivered mother must have looked out the window for inspiration, like reading what was written on the side of a delivery truck and deciding what a cool name it would be for the baby. It seems so long as there’s a Qu- in there somewhere, -sha or -ee- and it ends in an “a”, it’s OK. They don’t seem to have any correlation to actual “African” names coming from Africa.


    Another possible explanation...

    ``Concurrently, overworked interns on rotation in ghetto hospitals
    did what they could to entertain themselves amid 20-hour days in
    depressing surroundings. In 1963, as in all other years, one of the
    standard gambits among interns assigned to inner-city delivery rooms
    was to see who could cause the most outrageous name to be printed
    on the birth certificate of children born to ghetto teenagers.’’

    — John Ross in `Unintended Consequences’

    A friend who teaches in a midwestern school told me thay had a student who was named (sounds like) shi’-THAY-ad and (spelled) `Shithead’ This is not a person who normally pulls my leg so I’m inclined to believe it... Maybe I’m gullible?

  • After 30 Years Of Lies, NY Times Admits “Assault Weapons Are A Myth”

    09/15/2014 5:38:03 AM PDT · 19 of 22
    Peet to expat1000
    FTA: “Assault weapons” is a made-up term, used to scare citizens into thinking that military weapons were commonly being sold and used on the streets of the United States.

      "The semi-automatic weapons' menacing looks, coupled with the public's
       confusion over fully automatic machine guns versus semi-automatic
       assault weapons anything that looks like a machine gun is assumed to
       be a machine gun can only increase that chance of public support for
       restrictions on these weapons."
                           --  Josh Sugarman, 1988, Violence Policy Center.
    
    All "liberals" lie some of the time; some "liberals" lie all of the time.
  • The Last Thing Missouri Needs Is More Guns, but That's Exactly What It's Getting

    09/14/2014 10:48:25 AM PDT · 51 of 53
    Peet to JRandomFreeper

    With the way her mouth sets, it looks like a vet should float her back teeth, so a bit and bridle ride true.


    Rodney Dangerfield: “Last time I saw a mouth like that it had a hook in it.”

  • College: Students must agree ‘why’ they had sex to avoid sexual assault charges

    09/14/2014 7:31:40 AM PDT · 52 of 52
    Peet to ClearCase_guy

    On a hot summer night
    Would you offer your throat to the wolf with the red roses?


    Love me some Jim Steinman! (Songwriter, not singer.)

  • Army officer is told not to enter his daughters high school because he's wearing his uniform

    09/11/2014 6:25:00 AM PDT · 142 of 155
    Peet to Abathar
    Not all schools yet RA, you hear about many of the larger urban centers and all, but if you get out into the bible belt areas and rural schools you see a completely different system that hardly ever makes the news.

    A classic libtard meets country school story from (where else) Salon:

    The school’s defining philosophy was traditional and conservative, starting with a sit-down-in-your-seat brand of discipline, leavened with a rafter-shaking reverence for country and flag. Every day the students gathered in the gym for the “Morning Program,” open to parents, which began with the Pledge of Allegiance, followed by a patriotic song, and then discussion of a “word of the week.”

    This is one of my "this is what liberalism is to me" items. Sadly it is full of this woman's admissions of her own failures -- as a person and failures of perception -- written by her own hand; yet she cannot see...

  • Burger joint shames Philadelphia Eagles star Over Small Tip

    09/11/2014 4:30:06 AM PDT · 51 of 83
    Peet to CorporateStepsister

    Your thoughts?


    The Waiter had something to say about lousey tippers:

    http://www.waiterrant.net/

    (just a fun read I stumbled across last month)

  • What Happens If ISIS Keeps Beheading Americans?

    09/03/2014 10:52:53 AM PDT · 50 of 52
    Peet to nickcarraway

    “What Happens If ISIS Keeps Beheading Americans?”

    0bama will get teed off?

    0 will send bombers to the sand trap?

    0 will find the best advisors available at the ninth green?

    ???

  • So, Really, Where Is The .22 Rimfire Ammo?

    08/30/2014 9:18:10 AM PDT · 64 of 65
    Peet to cva66snipe

    Thank you for the details on WM’s inventory system.

    The low amounts ordered are made worse by the [BLANK]holes who panic buy. I watched a guy in line in front of me look at the last few boxes (one or two more than the limit) and tell his kid “Go get your mother. Now.”

    F’get the people in line behind him, he wanted it ALL.

  • So, Really, Where Is The .22 Rimfire Ammo?

    08/29/2014 5:25:02 AM PDT · 29 of 65
    Peet to cva66snipe

    “Walmart I can understand.”

    One of the clerks at my local Walmart said that soon as they get some .22 in it happens: First guy spots it; out comes the cell phone; in a short while the shelf is cleared.

    Some of it is the “buyers” for the gun shop in the next town over.

  • Gun Sales Up Across Area [St. Louis, in wake of Rioters and Looters]

    08/13/2014 1:38:59 PM PDT · 17 of 20
    Peet to Kozak

    I remember a story by a rare Hollywood conservative, who had liberal friends show up to “ borrow” a gun when they found out they had to wait 2 weeks to get one. He declined, but told them they could shelter at his house if they wanted....


    Charlton Heston. LA riots... (I don’t remember the shelter part, so maybe it was someone else?)

  • Gun Sales Up Across Area [St. Louis, in wake of Rioters and Looters]

    08/13/2014 1:33:57 PM PDT · 16 of 20
    Peet to fungoking
    When we voted on cc in MO st Louis area voted overwhelmingly against it. I only feel the need to cc when I go to that h311 hole.

    From John (Unintended Consequences) Ross' column near that time:

    
        A black businessman (who was one of the handful of St.
     Louis city residents who voted for the referendum) and I
     were discussing the recent passage of RTC. I brought up the
     referendum results, and said I could not understand why
     blacks had been so uniformly against the measure. The
     proposal was a "shall issue" one, where if you satisfied
     the requirements (training, fingerprints, no criminal
     record, no mental illness, etc.) you couldn’t be denied
     the permit just because the sheriff didn’t like the idea
     of people besides the police having guns. The businessman
     stared at me.
    
        "I thought you were good at math," he said.  I allowed
     as to how I felt that I was. "Then you must never have
     taken Statistics and Probability." I told him I had done
     this also, and that it had been one of the most rewarding
     math classes I had ever taken (and incidentally was taught
     by Amherst’s professor Denton, who is black.) "Then you
     must be cowed enough by political correctness to never
     think of applying statistics and probability to anything
     involving race." Finally I admitted that this last
     accusation might be true.
    
        "Then I am going to ask you two true-or-false
     questions. One: Do blacks in the city of St. Louis have
     large extended families?" I answered in the affirmative.
     "Two: Is it true that in St. Louis, over 40% of the black
     males between the ages of 17 and 25 have criminal
     records?" I told him that was also true, unfortunately.
    
        "So here is the important question: What are the
     chances of a black person of voting age in St. Louis
     having at least one relative with a criminal record?
     Assume we define ‘relative’ broadly, to include the young
     men who father the children of our female relatives,
     whether married to them or not." He sat there waiting for
     my answer.
    
        "Are we talking fathers, stepfathers, uncles, brothers,
     stepbrothers, male cousins, sons, stepsons, nephews,
     mothers’ boyfriends, aunts' boyfriends, sisters’
     boyfriends, daughters’ boyfriends, stepdaughters’
     boyfriends, female cousins’ boyfriends, nieces’
     boyfriends, as well as anyone actually married to a female
     relative?" I asked. He nodded. "Then I’d say there's
     nearly 100% probability that at least one relative would
     have a criminal record." He smiled at me like a teacher who
     has just gotten the right answer from one of his slower
     students.
    
        "So," I said, "I'm to believe that the black sentiment
     in St. Louis was ‘I wish young Tyrone would stop robbing
     people, but I don’t want one of the people he robs to
     shoot him dead.’ Is that it?" I asked.
    
        "You’ve got it exactly," he told me.
    
        "But why? I mean, honestly, if some guy was married to
     my cousin and mugged people for a living, I’d figure he
     was making his own choices and could damn well take the
     chance of being blasted. I wouldn’t vote away my rights to
     help his sorry ass."
    
        "What if it wasn’t just your one cousin’s husband, but
     40% of all your male relatives between the ages of 18 and
     25? What if that was, oh, I don’t know, a dozen people?"
     Suddenly I didn’t know what to say.
    
        "You don’t feel that way," I said finally.
    
        "I’m an Uncle Tom. I’ve recently come to realize that I
     now have very few black friends."
    
        This statement filled me with an ineffable sadness.  I
     know that we will get Right-To-Carry here in Missouri,
     even if the Governor vetoes it. That’s not the issue. And
     every black Missourian with a criminal record isn’t going
     to get shot by an armed citizen—we all know that, too.
     In over 98%** of the cases where a licenseholder
     encounters a criminal, he stops the crime without firing
     a shot. It’s that way in Atlanta and every other big city
     with a large black population in a Right-To-Carry state,
     so there’s no reason to think it would be any different in
     Kansas City or St. Louis.
    

    http://web.archive.org/web/20070706054607/http://www.john-ross.net/race&rtc.htm

    (Link may be "hinky" because his early stuff is only available on the wayback machine.)

  • Guns & Suicide: The Hidden Toll

    08/13/2014 12:51:25 PM PDT · 33 of 42
    Peet to rktman

    The Harvard School of Public Health has been little more than a tool of the gun-ban movement for decades.

  • Fox Geezer Syndrome

    08/12/2014 2:07:26 PM PDT · 26 of 29
    Peet to late bloomer
    Unfortunately this “Old Phart” has just come to know that the wisdom of we fogies is discovered as we have aged and come to understand (as a small minority of the worlds population) THAT****** WE KNOW WHAT WE DON”T KNOW.!!!!

    The higher percentage of manic/depressive liberals and others... ******) DON’T KNOW WHAT THEY DON’T KNOW***!
    Bear with me while I go all "Grandpa Simpson" <oldphartvoice>

    I started working as a computer operator in 1970. I lasted until 2003 and burned out and retired early. In all the time I spent going from punch-cards to gigabit networking the best lesson I learned was:

    I don't know a H*LL lot more than I do know.

    It seems so simple, yet... </oldphartvoice>
  • Yale Railroads Men Accused of Rape, Punishes Them Even When Found ‘Not Culpable’

    08/09/2014 9:52:16 AM PDT · 25 of 33
    Peet to pieceofthepuzzle
    I happen to know, as indisputable fact, that Yale does not protect women and covers up much, much, much more than you have any idea. I’m well aware of the Duke Lacrosse team debacle, and that some students across the country have cried rape that wasn’t, but real sexual harassment does occur, and if the person doing it has position and/or power, the university tries very, very hard to cover it up. This isn’t opinion.
    I'm here to confirm what puzzle says: I worked on a college campus and coverup was the name of the game. From administrators using physical plant staff and work-study student employees as personal slaves, to assaults on "rape row" (the cluster of fraternity houses) being covered up, mid-level admins using taxpayer funds to buy personal "toys," no-show administration personnel, "faculty" who don't teach a single course but have a rich income, and on, and on. I've seen a faculty member "lose" the final project of a student he didn't like ("girls don't belong in CS courses"), and one engineering prof. came right out and told one girl she didn't belong and refused to help her during "office hours".

    Say a word, and they come after you hammer and tong -- losing your job is pretty likely if you cross the lords of smart... The only remaining question is whether faculty or administrators are a lower life form; but they are both *scum* though.

  • Family pet shot in the head by plainclothes cops searching at wrong address

    08/08/2014 7:41:26 AM PDT · 67 of 88
    Peet to Chode; DeepInTheHeartOfTexas

    Chode: “yup, i tried looking for a pic on the web but haven’t found one yet”

    There’s an idea: Stencil; spray paint; a late-night visit to the cop-shop parking lot (or Dunkin’ Donuts). Places like Hobby Lobby probably have all kinds of animal stencils.

    Just call it “civil disobedience.”

  • Doctors Begin To Refuse Obamacare Patients [Duh!]

    08/05/2014 1:26:50 PM PDT · 39 of 55
    Peet to Red Badger

    Never saw *that* coming. /sarc

  • Undocumented immigrant confronts Rep. Steve King at fundraiser

    08/05/2014 12:51:38 PM PDT · 33 of 44
    Peet to EagleUSA
    For those low-information liberals that don’t know, “undocumented” means ILLEGAL.



    <liberal_whine>No human is "illegal"!</liberal_whine>

    That's what you can expect from intellects with all the breadth and depth of a bumper-sticker.

  • Why Sarah Palin Needs A Branding Makeover (Unless Her PBI, Personal Branding Idea, Is Kook)

    08/03/2014 7:15:28 AM PDT · 30 of 33
    Peet to rockinqsranch

    This author drips stinky stuff from her ears having her head recently emerge from her....I say no more, you get the picture.


    Do you mean `so far up she has to open her mouth to break wind’?

  • Pentagon Official: The Facts Are In, And Obama’s Policy Is A Direct Danger To The United States

    08/02/2014 6:19:56 AM PDT · 29 of 35
    Peet to Mark17
    To kill conservatives, I am sure. There I said it. If they thought they could get away with it, they would kill all of us.
    Already planned by 0's "pal" Ayers' group:

    FBI Informant Reveals Weather Underground Advocated "Killing 25 Million Americans."
    
        I asked, "well what is going to happen to those people we can't
        reeducate, that are diehard capitalists?" and the reply was that
        they'd have to be eliminated.
    
        And when I pursued this further, they estimated they would have to
        eliminate 25 million people in these reeducation centers.
    
        And when I say "eliminate," I mean "kill."
    
        Twenty-five million people.
    
        I want you to imagine sitting in a room with 25 people, most of which
        have graduate degrees, from Columbia and other well-known educational
        centers, and hear them figuring out the logistics for the elimination
        of 25 million people.
    
        And they were dead serious.
    
    
  • We Never Tried to Impeach Bush, Says Dumbest Democrat in Congress Who Tried to Impeach Bush

    07/31/2014 10:52:01 AM PDT · 41 of 41
    Peet to Labyrinthos; 2ndDivisionVet

    2ndDivisionVet quotes Daniel Greenfield:
    Sheila Jackson Lee keeps reminding us that it is possible to be a mentally retarded member of Congress.

    Labyrinthos:
    The mentally disabled are God’s special children. To compare Lee — who is just plain stupid — to the mentally disabled is truly insulting.


    Labyrinthos seems to assume that Sheila Jackson Lee is not one of the mentally disabled.

    One shouldn’t be too sure of that... (*grin*)

  • What Obama's My Brother's Keeper initiative means for black America

    07/31/2014 5:21:40 AM PDT · 20 of 20
    Peet to 2ndDivisionVet

    “...racism has been so thoroughly condemned that it only rarely receives public /*0attention.”

    Right. And one white duck on the wall times zero to the power of ten equals nothing at all, stick-boy.

    (Shamelessly stolen from Ian Anderson/Jethro Tull.)

  • Let Your Little Boy Pretend Play with Guns, It Won’t Make Him a Criminal

    07/30/2014 1:22:08 PM PDT · 49 of 51
    Peet to Jack Hammer

    Forgive me if I am presumptious, but...(your name/handle)

    “Jack Hammer” was the father of “Sledge Hammer” on the hilarious (and short lived) television spoof of every crappy cop show ever made. The DVD relaese of “Sledge Hammer” even has a no-laughtrack option which makes it even better.

    ``Trust me. I know what I’m doing.’’

  • The “Ted Cruz is smart” trap: Why this garbage is false — and dangerous (Preemptive Palin on him?)

    07/29/2014 5:44:29 AM PDT · 45 of 52
    Peet to 2ndDivisionVet

    Silly Vet, don’t you know that anyone who disagrees with a liberal/progressive/pileofsh*t only does so because they’re STUPID?

    Just ask any L/P/PoS, they’ll tell you...

  • Ted Cruz bites back at ‘True Blood’

    07/23/2014 9:09:59 AM PDT · 42 of 42
    Peet to TomServo
    Sheesh....it’s Hollywood. This is what they do.

    And we flail, grid our teeth, stammer, stomp and wail.

    And they get the free advertising.

    The correct response, in a fictional world, is to send the Director's Cut task force to Hollyweird.
  • MO: Supreme Court Rules Right to Keep and Bear Arms Will be on August 5 Ballot

    07/22/2014 1:38:30 PM PDT · 15 of 15
    Peet to marktwain

    Let me see if I got this right:

    “They were saying that the word ‘inalienable’ is not understandable and too vague. [snip]”

    If the the word ‘inalienable’ is not understandable, how could they (libtards) know it is “too vague”? See my .sig, libtards!

  • Jerry Brown signs gun control bill

    07/22/2014 10:33:20 AM PDT · 31 of 33
    Peet to j. earl carter
    The “not legal in the state of California” disclaimer applies to almost anything you buy. It’s like “looking for the union label”. I buy the not legal in California products whenever I can (they tend to outlaw the products that actually work).
    One of the California things that really (#@!*$${@$* me off is the CARB-compliant gas cans. Those things suck so bad that space is a vacuum because of them. I HATE THEM!

    I just found at Tractor Supply (bless them) a replacement spout and vent combo to replace the ridiculous "vent in the spout" self-sealing crud that is all you can buy nowadays. Just replace the OEM spout, drill a 1/2-inch hole in the top rear of the gas can, and pop in the vent. I'm just surprised it took so long for someone to market something like that. (Of course it is sold for "water jugs", *wink* *wink* *nudge* *nudge*...)

    Calipoliticians suck moose *$#*&@(*&^

  • Pop, Soda or Coke? 11 Maps Show How Differently Americans Speak

    07/04/2014 4:01:10 AM PDT · 13 of 124
    Peet to NYer

    “Is it y’all or you guys?”

    It is “youse guys”

  • School drops Cougars as team name because it might offend women

    07/01/2014 1:25:09 PM PDT · 62 of 84
    Peet to Hegewisch Dupa

    Even Sophia Loren Herself is still too young...


    Petula Clark is (ISTR) real close and the girl still has *pipes*!

  • Cochran Campaign Manager Busted in Illegal Vote Buying Operation

    07/01/2014 10:22:08 AM PDT · 334 of 412
    Peet to AlmaKing

    The article referred to Mississippi as the Palmetto State which is incorrect. It is the Magnolia State.


    If that keeps up, SC is going to have to fall back to the “Iodine State.”

  • Pro-Abortion Group: ‘Male Justices’‘Direct Attack on Women’ in Hobby Lobby Case

    07/01/2014 6:18:43 AM PDT · 42 of 49
    Peet to marshmallow

    Perhaps Ilyse Hogue, president of NARAL Pro-Choice America should explain why *I* should buy *her* birth control when she isn’t even throwing me a piece[*} once in a while? Heck, when is the last time her kind *thanked* taxpayers for buying her pills?

    Inquiring minds want to know.

    [*] Yeah, I know; she probably looks like a she-baboon.

  • Humane Society pays multimillion-dollar settlement to Feld Entertainment

    07/01/2014 3:15:20 AM PDT · 5 of 15
    Peet to melsec
    Where’s Nelson Muntz? - HAA HAR

    Here ya go...

  • Supreme Court Deals Blow to Labor Unions

    06/30/2014 9:19:10 AM PDT · 59 of 84
    Peet to DonaldC

    I am surprised by this ruling as I think the unions had a valid point, all the works in a union shop benefit from what the union negotiates, unless non-union people are settling for less. Not that I am that big a fan of unions, but over time, mostly long ago, they had their place.


    The problem is that your premise is wrong. Dead wrong.

    This is not a “shop” situation, but the kind of SEIU sleaze they pulled in MI, WI and tried in MA a while back. This is a union raiding state aid to families with disabled and/or sick relatives for whom they provided care. There was no shop until the belly-crawling scumbags at SEIU sleazed through a law delcaring those receiving govt. assistance for disabled and/or sick relatives members of one — they even had the law in WI (ISTR) create an “agency” that their victims were “members” of. Most of the people thus screwed-over by the belly-crawling scumbags at SEIU didn’t even know it was happening.

    This is nothing more than theft from the needy by the belly-crawling scumbags at SEIU.

    I was in SEIU (briefly!) and I *KNOW* all they were interested in was raiding my wallet.

  • ATF Backs Down on Gun Sale Reports

    06/29/2014 12:20:46 PM PDT · 4 of 12
    Peet to kingattax

    FTA: Purporting to need this information to stop arms trafficking in and out of Mexico, ATF issued so-called “demand letters” to require indefinite reporting of multiple rifle sales by thousands of dealers, treating the independent FFL businessmen as though they were government employees.


    Uh, guys? You’re looking in the wrong place. Get a mirror...

  • Next Monday’s Ruling in Harris v. Quinn

    06/29/2014 8:54:33 AM PDT · 12 of 18
    Peet to 11th_VA
    QUOTE: Public-sector unions, of course, have benefited massively from the coerced funding that Abood allows.

    Democrats via public-sector unions raiding employees' paychecks, of course, have benefited massively from the coerced funding that Abood allows.

    Fixed it for them...
  • Supreme Court to consider ‘kill shot’ on public sector unions

    06/29/2014 6:15:46 AM PDT · 50 of 52
    Peet to jazusamo
    FTA:
    “It's part of a corporate campaign to weaken or kill unions wherever they can, however they can,” Eisenbrey said. “It's a complete attack on all of the improvements in labor standards that have been made over the last 50, 60 years.”
    Mr. Eisenbrey, you drooling microcephalic slack-lipped moron: You SEIU thugs overreached. You are now facing the possible consequences of of your poor decision to loot the pockets of the ill and infirm.



    ESAD! (from Peet who left a job shortly after SEIU thugs unionized the shop)