September 26, 2011

"Althouse is now bookmarked."

Thanks, Peanutbutter!
The picture of the blonde woman now makes sense also.

Looking at that blog I see that they are talking about a lot of the same issues there that [the Isthmus Daily Page] also talks about, but without the typical liberal hate-fest and name-calling.

28 comments:

Fred4Pres said...

"...but without the typical liberal hate-fest and name-calling"

Well there is name calling and a general sense of disgust by many here with garage, Jeremy and Carol, but I would argue it is justified in those cases.

Scott M said...

Thanks, Peanutbutter!

For the link? Or the gratuitous cleavage shot?






...(not that I looked)...

Fred4Pres said...

The wine glass adds a nice touch!

ndspinelli said...

Nice rack.

Pragmatist said...

Wow Wee...the typical "liberal" hatefest??? When there is a non stop, 24 hour countrywide hysterical, paranoid reactionary squal of hate against Obama and the Dems, including threats, assaults, murders and terrorists attacks? Arizona, Norway? A whole news channel dedicated to spreading hate and lies for the Right? Doctors murdered, abortion clinics bombed, congressman threatened, town halls disrupted, OK city bombed? Anyone so blind as to see that the hate and violence is about 99-1 coming from the Right really needs a reality check. I do not think screaming ouch or stop when you are being assaulted rises to the level of hate speech.

Pragmatist said...

Pretty decent looking cans, though. Nothing like a good half drunk, barely dressed CRW to enliven the news.

Paul Zrimsek said...

I don't think even Obama believes that guy in Norway was attacking Obama.

FedkaTheConvict said...

@Pragmatist.

Are you trolling for blog hits? Given that you appear to start a new blog each year I'm guessing you're unable to concentrate for extended periods.

AllenS said...

What's that white thing in your right hand? A heater?

PatCA said...

The anti-GOP posters there of course steadfastly ignore the fact that not one person booed when the man announced he was gay; they booed when he asked a typical "when did you stop beating your wife" question.

Mitochondri-Allie said...

Hate and name calling only legimate if it is directed toward the liberal, correct? No name calling or hate here, no none at all, because those liberal devils deserve it.

Tank said...

You forgot the tag for breasts.

edutcher said...

I was going to say something about they at least picked an appealing of Herself, but I'll just note that nobody projects like a Lefty.

Pragmatist said...

CRW

?????

Fred4Pres said...

Did some message or email Titus about this?

MadisonMan said...

CRW?

Craven Republican Woman? Doesn't quite match the facts.

Charleston, WV, but that doesn't make sense.

mishu said...

This alleged pragmatist is stuck in 1995. It must be groundhog day for him.
He must be into Back Street Boys and that internet thing is nutty. Did you know you could see naked people on there?

MarkG said...

It's kinda Loserville over there at the Isthmus.

Calypso Facto said...

CRW? Cougar-Rated Woman?

Thanks for the paranoid screed, Pragmatist. NOW I remember who you are, the "consensus-seeking former conservative" who calls Republicans

"The party of gutless business buffoons who sit back and allow their party to be high jacked by reactionary demagogues, Christian Fascists, wacked out conspiracy theorists and other mentally ill and socially isolated nutcases."

I won't even begin to waste time pointing out the factual errors/inconsistencies and hypocrisy in your harangue since you've already got many years of willful ignorance to your credit, I'll just say thanks for keeping it classy.

Henry said...

Looks like some typical liberal hatefest and name-calling followed the link.

Chip Ahoy said...

You don't get it because you're reading it. Pragmatically speaking, you have to hear it spoken real fast without a break and everything all at once. Then the screed is really impressive.

It is a sign of a ruminator. The guy who bellies up and thinks about all the things that flat piss them off. Over and over and over and over and over and over and over ...

But you don't have to be a drinker to be the type. I've seen it a couple of times. It makes you wannago, "Spit that cud out, it's killing you!"

OldGrouchyCranky said...

Good wine? Or, were the memories that wonderful?

Regardless, a good time might have been had by some!

wv: minipic? Exactly.

madAsHell said...

A good red wine is hard to find, and can be expensive. My favorite reds come from Rex Hill Winery in Newberg, Oregon.

So......Professor, what'cha drinking there?

wv: reatizi - reatizi and ice is nice!!

Fred4Pres said...

Rex Hill has a decent pinot noir, but isn't too cool there for a quality cab?

madAsHell said...

Yes, their Pinot, and their Merlot I find exceptional.

I've visited the Rex Hill winery. They don't appear to have an extensive vineyard in Newberg. They must be buying from other vineyards.

I don't know how they maintain quality year after year.

Ann Althouse said...

"Nothing like a good half drunk, barely dressed CRW to enliven the news."

It never ceases to amaze me that people see a glass of wine and read: drunkenness. I'm holding a virtually full glass of wine. There's zero evidence that I've had anything more than a sip.

Maybe you think I look drunk because the top is low-cut, but obviously I put that on before I arrived at the restaurant.

By the way, my son John took that picture.

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edutcher said...

Ann Althouse said...

"Nothing like a good half drunk, barely dressed CRW to enliven the news."

It never ceases to amaze me that people see a glass of wine and read: drunkenness. I'm holding a virtually full glass of wine. There's zero evidence that I've had anything more than a sip.

Maybe you think I look drunk because the top is low-cut, but obviously I put that on before I arrived at the restaurant.


FWIW, all I see in that picture is a good-looking woman in a somewhat provocative posture.

And nothing turns me off faster than a drunk.

What I'd like to know is what maternal advice were you giving your son at that moment?

Synova said...

The Pragmatic theory is that something is True if it solves a problem.

I don't get this complicated need to try to stretch truth to encompass knowing projection and denial and even falsehood if only a problem is solved through that belief system, but that must just be me.

For a *pragmatist* Loughner being right-wing solves a problem. So Arizona stays on a list of supposed violent results of whatever political opinions the *pragmatist* does not like.

The comments at the link follow the Coherence Theory of Truth. Something is true if it fits within a larger context of beliefs without inconsistency. So no one has to actually judge for themselves (in fact, if you read the comments they refuse to do so, demanding an answer from authority) the objective fact if a lot of people boo'd or if only one or two boo'd at the gay soldier. The behavior is *consistent* with their opinion of Republicans and Tea Partiers. Everyone *knows* they do stuff like that, and that is proof enough that they did it again.

When someone comes up with this lovely theory the demands for proof from authority seem to cease and everyone jumps on that bandwagon.

(BTW, when I read this chapter of my text I wondered why such ridiculousness was presented seriously as theories of truth, but I think I'm understanding why, now.)