May 15, 2013

At the Why Tree Café...

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... you don't have to know why.

28 comments:

Meade said...

Wouldn't be wise.

Matt said...

I've had a question that I'd like to ask.

If Palin was at fault for Loughner, despite no connection between the two at all and Loughner being apolitical or even to the left, then, why is Obama not to blame for even just the joking about auditing the opposition when he is the CEO of the branch of government in which the IRS resides?

Palin was raked over the coals for the map to the point she felt the need to publicly address that. Should not Obama be held to similar scrutiny?

betamax3000 said...

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edutcher said...

Why not?

It's Spring!

Coketown said...

Hey, look at that. A graceful use of the fish-eye lens.

Keep in mind: A fish-eye lens, like my last squeeze, has many fine qualities. Versatility is not one of them. And it's not to be brought out for most occasions--let alone every occasion.

madAsHell said...

Does Eric Holder know......ANYTHING???

Inga said...

Very bad windstorm last night, had to have someone climb up to my roof to remove branches and do a few repairs.

MadisonMan said...

I too am waiting for someone to ask, re: The IRS to Obama: Then why were you suggesting that this very thing should happen back in 2009 (or whatever year it was). Have the actual quote, and throw it at him.

pm317 said...

Why not?

pm317 said...

@Matt.. logic does not work with lefties, esp. Obama and his minions.

pm317 said...

damn, edutcher beat me to it.

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Lem said...

Boehner finally pops up. sounding off script.

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garage mahal said...

too am waiting for someone to ask, re: The IRS to Obama: Then why were you suggesting that this very thing should happen back in 2009 (or whatever year it was

The perfect plan: Risk impeachment by breaking federal law and contacting various IRS heads to scrutinize, not deny, small Tea Party groups 501c4 status. But, announce that plan little over a year earlier to the world.

And it almost worked!

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NotquiteunBuckley said...

Andrew Wakefield drew fields of wakes and funerals in my mind, of 6 year olds, and he was celebrated and made famous and hence able to generate wealth more easily because of it.

The deaths will be reasons for societal costs, what is termed negative externalities in some cases, and therefore any supporter of any person that leads to drawings in my mind of fields of wakes and funerals for 6 year olds must face adjudication proper and fair, and carried out with requisite oversight and sacred honor.

Quaestor said...

Wouldn't be wise.

Raises an existential question, n'cest pas?

NotquiteunBuckley said...

http://freebeacon.com/chilling-effect/

There's assholes out there, waiting to be fucked.

Are you MAN or DYKE enough to take it?

Frank "T.J" Mackey (I woulda named him T.J. "Tom" Mackey myself but alas) might just laugh at you, beta, like Max Ehrmann don't matter and shit.

This is a link proving, which mathematically entails numbers this very search provides but that isn't even my point although it is indeed relevant as of now

NotquiteunBuckley said...

"Beyond a wholesome discipline,
be gentle with yourself."

Out on a limb, John McEnroe?

No?

Shit.

Clyde said...

For some reason, I can just hear Ygritte from "Game of Thrones" saying "You know nothing, Eric Holder!"

Hammond X Gritzkofe said...

Why do citizens allow Legislators to pass laws which do not apply equally to all?

If there were no "tax exempt" status, there would be no possibility for abuse of power to grant such status.

edutcher said...

This will blow the minds of all the "brights" like Hatman:

Yet another hole in evolution.

CEO-MMP said...

Why, Ed? Darwin was wrong about a few details here and there. I don't know of anyone who actually knows anything about it that believes he was correct about every little thing he said.

But he was correct about a lot of stuff. And he didn't have access to the world the way we do, both in terms of technology and travel. So the areas he was able to get to to study--are areas where that happened.

Kinda like if AndyR was the only gay man you knew, you'd be justified in thinking all gay men are utter, irredeemable assholes.

Old RPM Daddy said...

@HXG: "Why do citizens allow Legislators to pass laws which do not apply equally to all?"

I'm assuming that's a rhetorical question. I suspect for a lot of people, the purpose of law is to thwart Bad People. If you're among the Good People, the law need not apply. This is a handy principle if you're the one who decides who the Bad People are. It can be hard to keep up, though, if you're not.

Patrick said...

Edutch- that article had nothing to do with evolution. It was about the formation of coral reefs. Even so, if Darwin got some details wrong about evolution 100 years ago, that wouldn't mean much. Science has come a long way.

Still, I doubt that anyone has the full story.

Kevin said...

Looking forward to the Chip animation of this one.

ken in sc said...

since this is a cafe, will comment this here. I have observed, that when a thread has a lot of comments, the second or third page is nothing but two or three people exchanging insults. Why do you people do that?