June 21, 2019

At the Take-over Café...

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tcrosse said...

That story about kids growing horns because of smartphones is fake news

Meade said...

I fake knew it.

Fernandistein said...

That story about kids growing horns because of smartphones is fake news

Yup. I was dumb enough to skim their paper. Their basis for the claim was the observation that people around 40 years(?) old have a lower incidence of those bumps than younger people or older people.

narciso said...

Yes that doesn't make sense:
https://donsurber.blogspot.com/2019/06/wsj-pouts-about-donald.html?spref=fb&fbclid=IwAR2daqwCpOtNu0vtzQSJVmUkfVxddtlxv_uV6o92EpKyv7Brq9AuP6L9U_I&m=1

narciso said...

I was struck that eastland helping Biden with his anti busing bill wasnt bigger news.

Temujin said...

You can't make me not believe it. I had all these great ideas for using head hooks in future generations.

Tommy Duncan said...

We hear the daily horror stories about the irreparable damage being done to our planet by global warming. The truth is that the higher CO2 levels are greening our planet. This should come as no surprise to those who farm or garden. Mother nature is very efficient at reclaiming land that was under cultivation. Let a farm field lie fallow for a few years and you will see how quickly nature converts it to its own purposes. So it is with CO2. Nature adapts and compensates.

My lawn is surrounded by woods. I fight an annual battle to push the weeds and brush back from the grass. I fight a daily battle to keep the weeds out of the gardens. The moles own my yard, so I surrendered and raised the height of my mower deck to mow over their tunnels.

Otto said...

Wonder if Feminist Ann will address Nadler calling Hope Hicks Ms Lewandowski 3 times during the secret congressional hearing.
His excuse was , I was preoccupied .

n.n said...

I had all these great ideas for using head hooks in future generations

Public transportation?

narciso said...

Yes his jabba drool was obvious:

https://thefederalist.com/2019/06/21/biden-civil-segregationists-ally/#.XQzl1rgRyAY.twitter

iowan2 said...

I have to thank Cory Booker. I have never understood the whole mansplaning thing.
Listening to Booker continue to tell me its not about him, and have him, and other Blacks, Blacksplain to me why their feelz are hurt, I understand how condescending and stupid it is. The question is, If blacksplaining is needed, isn't mansplaning needed also?

tim maguire said...

After Althouse did a couple Joe Rogan posts recently, I listened to the podcast of his interview with Tulsi Gabbard. I didn't know much about her, but what I did hear seemed pretty good.

No.

Good lord, what an ignorant, conspiracy-minded dingbat! Blamed America for everything that is wrong with the world, including nattering on about Venezuela without ever mentioning socialism (according to Gabbard, Venezuela's problems are the result of John Bolton wanting their oil). She was vague about the existence of a military, but was clear she wanted it gutted to pay for welfare programs.

Maybe the Democratic Party isn't lost if they can see through this putz.

Humperdink said...

I just read the first 40 pages of the transcript of the Hope Hicks testimony with Chairman Jerry Waddler's committee. Two things stand out. One, Hicks refused to answer 95% of Waddler's questions. And 2, The Waddler kept referring to Ms. Hicks as Ms. Lewandowski.

Yep, the Dems are on top of their game.

Chuck said...

I used the Althouse Amazon portal to purchase a copy of the Mueller Report.

narciso said...

Well shes very cool under pressure, and shows the committee the deference they deserve.

wholelottasplainin' said...

I've got those flowers blooming in my little garden out back. Anyone know what they're called?

Yancey Ward said...

She should have addressed him as Chairman Nadless.

David Docetad said...

I had the pleasure of visiting the Louvre recently, just after Pei died, and the discussion here on the glass pyramid. It really is the perfect example of the epic failure of modern architecture.

It was late May. The sun was shining. The pyramid is glass. The security guards needed several large umbrellas to protect them from the direct sunlight, which did nothing to protect them or the visitors from the stifling ambient heat. Even after descending the stairs, the heat permeates the center of the lower-level floor - despite central air conditioning. It was not even June.

The pyramid is in fact an utter failure at its function. It totally sucks for the people who work there, and the guests who wait in line. It is an environmental failure as it requires an inordinate amount of energy in a failed attempt to keep it cool.

The environmental destruction is a recurring and inherent feature of modern architecture. Traditional architecture must work with the environment. A building needs to be cool in the summer and warm in the winter. The modernist can use technology to circumvent this, but it comes at a very high environmental cost.

Fans of modern architecture confuse architecture with sculpture. They are not the same thing. A glass pyramid may photograph nicely at certain times of the day. But it fails at stated purpose.




Chuck said...

wholelottasplainin' said...
I've got those flowers blooming in my little garden out back. Anyone know what they're called?


Creeping Myrtle (Vinca minor).

Narr said...

DD@1107: Dittos on the failure of the Peiramid. It's monumentally stupid, a blight on a beautiful spot, and as you say very expensive.

A former colleague was showing me around the Princeton campus last summer, and we stopped to admire the Gehry(?)designed Science Library. Which is comprehensively unsuited to its purpose, but Gehry!

Narr
You can always tell an architect, you just can't tell her much

Chuck said...

Actually, about the flowers in the picture...

Creeping myrtle (the little leaves) produce beautiful purple flowers. But they are spring blooms.

On second looking, the long-leaved plants seem to be producing their own purple flowers apart from the Creeping myrtle. And I do not recognize those flowers.

Creeping myrtle.

Robert Cook said...

For the naifs here who still dispute the U.S. is (not may become, but is) a police state.

Yancey Ward said...

According to Yahoo, the use of Executive Privilege is a "drastic step" in the case of Hope Hicks.

traditionalguy said...
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traditionalguy said...

Speaking of taking over the million Chinese Hong Kong marchers have kept peace by singing the simple Hallelujah to the Lord chorus over and over. Christianity is taking over China.And take note that they are publicly chanting Jesus is Lord and not chanting Allah is lord.

Robert Cook said...

"Good lord, what an ignorant, conspiracy-minded dingbat! Blamed America for everything that is wrong with the world, including nattering on about Venezuela without ever mentioning socialism (according to Gabbard, Venezuela's problems are the result of John Bolton wanting their oil). She was vague about the existence of a military, but was clear she wanted it gutted to pay for welfare programs."

Well, the military should be gutted, without doubt, to pay for welfare programs, yes, and infrastructure upgrading and repairs, universal healthcare, and other things to benefit US citizens (rather than killing residents of other nations and destroying their physical infrastructure). I don't know what she had to say about Venezuela, but, aside from whatever internal problems they undoubtedly have (as does every society), the U.S. has indeed interfered with them to their detriment (as we always have with Cuba), including even helping two coup attempts.

Yancey Ward said...

Robert, those prisoners are enemy combatants- the Constitution does not apply to such prisoners, and never has. Congress could declare the war over if it wants, then maybe the court would take up the case.

wholelottasplainin' said...

Robert Cook said...
For the naifs here who still dispute the U.S. is (not may become, but is) a police state.
**************

Typical of you to ignore the fact that the enemy combatant in question is NOT a US citizen.

Also typical of you to claim that an argument made by the US in court has the force of law.

NO, it's not the law of the land that the US can detain anyone it wants to.

Quelle dork.

Charlie said...

Ann-

Have you see the Rolling Thunder movie? Thoughts?

wildswan said...

wholelottasplainin' said...
I've got those flowers blooming in my little garden out back. Anyone know what they're called?

I would call the ground cover, periwinkle and the flowers related to the arching leaves, spiderwort

tim maguire said...

Robert, there's no reason to believe that reducing the military budget will translate into more money for this or that pet project. More importantly, people who argue for this seem to have no idea what the military does most of the time (hint: it's not killing the residents of other nations and destroying their infrastructure).

Just because the US has a Venezuela policy doesn't mean the US is responsible for everything that goes on in Venezuela. The primary driver of nearly any country's internal situation is the decisions made by that country. In Venezuela's case, that is the socialist policies of the current and previous leaders. Which I notice you also failed to mention.

narciso said...

ah the same intercept which is bankrolled by Omidyar, whose lead editor apparently hired a Russian hacker, the one who broke into the exchanges in 2013, to break into the Brazilian justice ministers records,

wildswan said...

Out in Oregon the students are calling for a statue to be taken down - naturally. But this statue is called "Pioneer" and the "Pioneers" of Oregon were the fur trappers. This is a statue of a fur trapper as shown by the clothes which are semi-Indian and by the beard and by the mule whip in the "pioneer's" right hand. Delving further we find that the fur trappers in Oregon were a branch of the Metis - a Roman Catholic, part-Indian, part-French group centered in Manitoba. (The Oregon Metis requested a priest from the Manitoba Archdiocese showing where they came from and what their religion was.) The question then is: was this a statue honoring the Metis contribution to Oregon state?

The dedication said these words:
“the Anglo-Saxon race is a branch of the Teutonic race. It was and is a liberty-loving race. It believes in the protection of life and of liberty and in the rights of property and the pursuit of happiness. This race has large powers of assimilation, and its great ideas of liberty and of the rights of mankind caused other races to become a part of it, so it became a people as well as a race.”

"large powers of assimilation ... caused other races to become part of it ...a people as well as a race" ... Was this a hymn to white supremacy as the statue pullers think or was it a veiled reference to the fact that the statue of Oregon's "Pioneer" was a statue of a Metis trapper? Is pulling the statue down an attack on intermarriage among different identities?

The Cracker Emcee Refulgent said...

"I don't know what she had to say about Venezuela, but, aside from whatever internal problems they undoubtedly have..."

Yeah, aside from that...

Comedy gold, young Robert.

narciso said...

yes Chavez, cabello and arias, (the last is now in opposition) were members of red flag, the Marxist guerilla group, cabello, runs the sun cartel, which the top generals, including one recent exile in spain, Carvajal, manage the trade in coke and other substances, it is said that gorrin, a slimy little worm ssanctioned for money laundering was the co between to the general we wanted to reach, but padron who is a school of the Americas graduate, doublecrossed,

Michael K said...

Has Cookie been marched off in cuffs? Why the hysteria.?

Beasts of England said...

Spider Wort is the taller plant. They're lovely!!

Inga...Allie Oop said...

Trump: Cocked and loaded!

Oh Hahahaha!

narciso said...


https://nationalpost.com/news/world/europes-leaders-hammered-the-u-s-on-guantanamo-bay-but-will-they-now-take-back-their-own-isil-fighters

Jim at said...

Obama: Don't call my bluff.

Oh, Hahahaha!

narciso said...

he's another snake in the grass:


https://dailycaller.com/2019/06/21/felix-sater-subpoena-adam-schiff/

Lawrence Person said...

Enjoy a Friday LinkSwarm.

narciso said...


well everyone can have dreams, but may be go through stages like banking,

https://libertyunyielding.com/2019/06/21/hmm-swalwell-promises-if-elected-to-fire-jared-kushner/

narciso said...

of course it was the intercept that accused heshmat of being a sock puppet, irony,


https://twitter.com/PolandDaily/status/1141076518887657474

Hagar said...

How long has the 11 million illegal aliens in the US figure been around now? Anyone know?

Nonapod said...

Temujin said...
I had all these great ideas for using head hooks in future generations.


Your namesake probably put plenty of heads on hooks. Clearly we're owed reparations for the Mongol devastation.

narciso said...

since the mid 90, so it's probably 30-40 million now, it's like Dukakis's about 40 million uninsured in 1988,

narciso said...

carrying over from the other thread:


https://www.powerlineblog.com/archives/2019/06/the-times-tips-the-fbi.php

that makes the 3rd or fourth dossier,

Ralph L said...

My late uncle was an elected school superintendent in a Wilmington DE suburb in the early 70's when the City was trying to take over their district and others to bus blacks in and whites out. I'm surprised Biden took the white side, or any side, but it was an issue impossible to avoid.

Where we lived in Alexandria VA, the appointed school board pushed through over many objections 6-2-2-2, combining the 3 HS into one 11&12 school (see "Remember the Titans"). The super's youngest child had just graduated. I went from a very good 6th grade to a waste-of-time middle school (classes still all but segregated), so my parents put me in a day boys' school, at about what my brother's costs would be for everything at UNC in state.

narciso said...


Could it be:


https://m.jpost.com/Diaspora/Is-Veneeulas-Maduro-trafficking-Nazi-gold-stolen-from-Holocaust-victims-593042

Ralph L said...

I would call the ground cover, periwinkle and the flowers related to the arching leaves, spiderwort

There's some pachysandra mixed in the periwinkle (vinca minor), which I prefer non-variegated. I've got vinca major, which is uglier, taller, more invasive, and impossible to kill.

buwaya said...

Chuck can discuss flowers.
This is a positive development.

I will miss your flowers.
Those of the tropics lack delicacy, on the whole.

gilbar said...

https://www.wsj.com/articles/wisconsins-supreme-court-upholds-legality-of-lame-duck-session-that-limited-governors-rule-11561131859?mod=hp_listb_pos4

Remember the olden days? back when Wisconsin's Supreme Court was led by a deranged hag that was convinced she had life time tenure?

StephenFearby said...

Washington Examiner
Nunes claims second Mueller scope memo based on Steele dossier
June 20, 2019

"[Devin Nunes] revealed more details about the now-concluded special counsel investigation’s guidelines, saying on Thursday that Mueller’s second scope memo was based on the unverified Steele dossier nearly in its entirety."

'...The second scope memo, which was kept secret for many months and is still mostly redacted, was written by [Rod] Rosenstein in August 2017, months after the first. In it, Rosenstein told Mueller that the first memo “was worded categorically in order to permit its public release without confirming specific investigations involving specific individuals” while this second scope memo “provides a more specific description of your authority” and was meant to outline which allegations “were within the scope of the investigation at the time of your appointment and are within the scope of the order.”

The second scope memo also laid out a number of yet-unknown investigative targets. The only individual in that memo who has been made public is Manafort, whom Rosenstein said Mueller could investigate based upon allegations that he colluded with Russian government officials with respect to their efforts to interfere with the 2016 election...'

https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/news/devin-nunes-claims-second-mueller-scope-memo-based-on-steele-dossier

To me one of the more interesting things about this is that Rosenstein signed off on at least one of the FBI-initiated Carter Page FISA warrants (reportedly largely based on the Steele Dossier) and then doubled down on his stupidity by in effect vouching for its veracity in the second Mueller scope memo.

If all this is true, Rosenstein has certainly earned himself a place in the Jackass Hall Of Fame.

buwaya said...

"The pyramid is in fact an utter failure at its function. "

Yes. I always thought it was horrible. And that it was built simply to be shocking, in the context of the place. It was meant to be an affront, a snigger.

readering said...

New first person rape story on the cover on New York Magazine. From upcoming memoir, What Do We Need Men For? A Modest Proposal, by E. Jean Carroll. Offenders include, but not limited to, DJT (women's dressing room, Bergdorf Goodman(!)). Looking forward to all the commentary here from supporters of Juanita Broaddrick, Kathleen Willey, Paula Jones etc.

Limited Perspective said...

I think I first discovered Althouse when Rush Limbaugh mentioned her blog posts during the protests against Scott Walker. I don't always check Ann or Rush, but they both mentioned the same story about horns. I wonder was it an independent discovery or does Ann listen to Rush or does Rush check in on Ann?

The Cracker Emcee Refulgent said...

"Looking forward to all the commentary here from supporters of Juanita Broaddrick, Kathleen Willey, Paula Jones etc."

Real rape or Christine Ford rape? I'm so confused...

narciso said...

From the folks that spiked the Weinstein story in 2016, whatever happened to that story anyways

Michael K said...

New first person rape story on the cover on New York Magazine.

Stormy Daniels again? Does she have Avenatti representing ? How much does she want ?

Isn't your script getting old?

Sebastian said...

@Cook: "For the naifs here who still dispute the U.S. is (not may become, but is) a police state."

The US holds noncitizen bad guys offshore. Claims there is no bar to holding citizens who become enemy combatants. Therefore, the US is a "police state." Prog logic.

Coming from the one sane lefty around here, it's disappointing.

Limited Perspective said...

"Yes. I always thought it was horrible. And that it was built simply to be shocking, in the context of the place. It was meant to be an affront, a snigger."

The pyramids were built so that people will remember them. No one will be talking about your grave, but you are talking about theirs. Mission accomplished.

Do you think when they were planning their immorality (i.e people talking about them), they gave a damn about your horrible, shocking, affront, snigger?

rcocean said...

This just in.

75 y/o E. Jean Carroll claims Trump attacked her 25 years ago, when she was 50 and he was 45. I guess 25 y/o Martha Maples just wasn't hot enough, so Trump went after a 50 year old feminist.

Why did Left-wing, trump hating Carroll, not bring this up sooner? Well, she's just written a book - its coming out soon.

Also, Dr. Christine Blaisy Ford has just accused Trump of assaulting HER "sometime in the 90s" at "Whoits house" "Near DC". It seems E. Jean Carroll's accusation UNLOCKED a memory.

narayanan said...

narciso said... I was struck that eastland helping Biden with his anti busing bill wasnt bigger news.

In my alt-History - it will be teachers who are bussed from school to school.

rcocean said...

Whatever you want to say about Trump - he's not attracted to older women. And he appears to like consensual sex. Remember some woman got a whole showroom of furniture out of him...and he didn't even get a kiss.

Drago said...

readering: "New first person rape story on the cover on New York Magazine."

LOL

Let me guess, Trump was the leader of a rape gang roaming the streets of NYC looking for older feminist women!!!

LOL

I guess we are finally finding out what the left was going to do with all those leftover hoax accusations originally meant for Kavanaugh!

narayanan said...

Limited Perspective said...

"Yes. I always thought it was horrible. And that it was built simply to be shocking, in the context of the place. It was meant to be an affront, a snigger."

The pyramids were built so that people will remember them. No one will be talking about your grave, but you are talking about theirs. Mission accomplished.

Wrong Perspective ? I'm thinking Buwaya is talking about the one in PARIS?!

rcocean said...

Democrat Gaffe or Scandal. Ho Hum. Move on.org.

Republican Gaffe or Scandal. Big News Story. Everyone must weigh in. Mitt Romney and RINO clowns virtue signal. Apologies are NOT enough, mister. Never ending story. Charlottsville. Pussy Tape. Roy Moore. Etc.

Unknown said...

The pyramids were built so that people will remember them. No one will be talking about your grave, but you are talking about theirs. Mission accomplished.

Panel 3 especially..

rcocean said...

SHE HAS A BOOK COMING OUT.

Repeat that 100 times and maybe you liberal/left dumbasses will understand.

rcocean said...

But RC, why would she lie? Women don't lie about sex. Ever. They're perfect angels. Just like Mom.

Drago said...

This Just In: Ghost of Eleanor Roosevelt claims Spirit of Trump sexually assaulted her outside a coal mine she was visiting in 1935!!

Avenetti and Gloria Allred retained to represent Roosevelt's apparition.

LOLOLOL

remember, it was literally 2 days ago that readering went ballistic in outrage over a simple recitation of Hunter Bidens actual escapades!

Too funny.

etbass said...

There can not be any leftwing publication of any description that gives AOC more press coverage than Fox News on line. Every single edition has her face on it and it's been that way for months now. She is getting more press than Trump. She must be the best click bait in history.

Lawrence Person said...

Imagine the amazing willpower Trump's new rape accuser exercised in not coming forward during the entire 2016 election cycle, and not coming forward during #MeToo.

Instead, she waited until...she had a book to sell.

How convienent.

narciso said...

Lee Hamilton always found the most gullible staffers

https://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2019/06/ben_rhodes_struggles_to_get_his_narratives_straight_as_idiocy_of_iran_deal_gets_obvious.html?fbclid=IwAR13V3qsUFGSgRUis8aQXvgysAGYYNVxnkpyVicA3Zdn-txtnlTZ663IHL4#.XQ05v651HSk.facebook

Gahrie said...

Looking forward to all the commentary here from supporters of Juanita Broaddrick, Kathleen Willey, Paula Jones etc.

Well first of all, none of them waited 25 years until they had written a book before they made their allegations.

JackWayne said...

You can diss the Oyramud all you want but it was a perfect hidey-hole for the aliens in The Day After Tomorrow.

exhelodrvr1 said...

"I don't know what she had to say about Venezuela, but, aside from whatever internal problems they undoubtedly have "

Other than that, Mrs. Lincoln, how did you like the play?

narciso said...

Edge of tomorrow, that was a great film.

narciso said...

More context:

https://mobile.twitter.com/esaagar/status/1142124624932671488

narciso said...

much better than the Japanese anime, it was based on, the aliens there were more a blight that killed life where it came in contact with, more morose and lent it self to less action,

Francisco D said...

New first person rape story on the cover on New York Magazine. From upcoming memoir, What Do We Need Men For? A Modest Proposal, by E. Jean Carroll. Offenders include, but not limited to, DJT (women's dressing room, Bergdorf Goodman(!))

Bergdorf Goodman?

Is this a rape hoax or a software porn novel?

narciso said...

they can't admit he was right about this:


https://saraacarter.com/sara-carter-foiled-pittsburgh-terror-attack-is-a-warning-immigration-laws-must-be-fixed/?utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=social-pug

iowan2 said...

narciso said...
carrying over from the other thread:


https://www.powerlineblog.com/archives/2019/06/the-times-tips-the-fbi.php

that makes the 3rd or fourth dossier,


There is good reporting about a 3rd dossier. IIRC, named something like "dark money ledger" it was debunked when it first appeared, by all knowledgeable intel persons who reasoned that none of it made any sense. It tried to incriminate Manafort of taking cash payments. Those in the know, refused to take it serious, and any attempt to verify and corroborate failed. Everyone identified the ledger as fiction. It was accepted by Mueller, despite its lack of support. Unable to get the dossier into the Mueller Report, Weiseman leaked it to the NYT and then entered the NYT article into the Report.

narciso said...

he had been arrested three times in Jordan, for expressing support for Islamic state, along with his brothers, sounds like the member of the kidnap gang for that trucker in Iraq, who made it into the country,

narciso said...

yes, the source allegedly, was levchenko a Ukrainian parliament member, which if memory serves was also connected to the hunter biden deal, don't quote me on that, Manafort didn't pay tax on the money akhmetov lent him to lobby administration officials and congress members of course it was podesta who was supposed to handle the dem side, and weber the republicans,

the second dossier, either came from that creepy fixer for that cult leader, cody shearer, funneled through sy hersh, the third is the black ledger,

narciso said...

this comes via a haklyut and orbis stringer,


https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2018/apr/05/ex-trump-aide-paul-manafort-approved-black-ops-to-help-ukraine-president

rcocean said...

According to E. Jean Carrol "The renowned advice columnist" - renowned by who?

She ran into Trump in some NYC Dept store called Bergdomf GOodman and

The moment the dressing-room door is closed, he lunges at me, pushes me against the wall, hitting my head quite badly, and puts his mouth against my lips. I am so shocked I shove him back and start laughing again. He seizes both my arms and pushes me up against the wall a second time, and, as I become aware of how large he is, he holds me against the wall with his shoulder and jams his hand under my coat dress and pulls down my tights.

I am astonished by what I’m about to write: I keep laughing. The next moment, still wearing correct business attire, shirt, tie, suit jacket, overcoat, he opens the overcoat, unzips his pants, and, forcing his fingers around my private area, thrusts his penis halfway — or completely, I’m not certain — inside me. It turns into a colossal struggle. I am wearing a pair of sturdy black patent-leather four-inch Barneys high heels, which puts my height around six-one, and I try to stomp his foot. I try to push him off with my one free hand — for some reason, I keep holding my purse with the other — and I finally get a knee up high enough to push him out and off and I turn, open the door, and run out of the dressing room.


BTW, "Penthouse Letters" is suing her for copy right violation.

narciso said...

I think she mixed up American psycho's Patrick bateman, which was set a decade earlier,

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rcocean said...

Whenever someone writes in the present tense about past events you know they're a lying skank.

I love how she's so proud of her tallness, she has to mention she's 6-1 in high heels, and what's with the "laughing" crap. So, she's laughing while getting raped? Or is it NOT rape?

Of course, she's a leftist "journalist" - so you figure it out.

narciso said...

one could read it that way:

https://www.foxnews.com/world/sarkozy-to-face-trial-in-france-on-charges-of-corruption-influence-peddling

across the pond, a former client of manafort's run out of luck,

narciso said...


https://www.middleeasteye.net/news/gaddafi-has-come-back-haunt-him-libya-all-eyes-sarkozy-affair

narciso said...
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rcocean said...

She writing this as a 75 year old. I was so hot back then - even billionaires would try to rape me in Department Stores.

Of course, I hated it. I'm a victim. And I was super-hot. Please buy my book!

narciso said...

he was muammar's associate, till he decided to Qatar's bidding, then they threw him under the bus,

rcocean said...

Can we change the subject:

https://www.cnn.com/2019/06/21/politics/jerry-nadler-hope-hicks-lewandowski/

rcocean said...

Or how about this:

https://abcnews.go.com/Politics/trump-administration-plans-arrest-2k-family-members-deportation/story?id=63864202

rcocean said...

And then there's:

https://abcnews.go.com/US/wireStory/jfk-supervisor-admits-taking-foreign-bribes-63866854?cid=clicksource_4380645_null_headlines_hed

Robert Cook said...

"Robert, those prisoners are enemy combatants- the Constitution does not apply to such prisoners, and never has. Congress could declare the war over if it wants, then maybe the court would take up the case."

1. They are alleged enemy combatants, a meaningless term. Were they terrorists who tried to attack America, or were they defenders of their homeland, fighting against an invading foreign force? After all, they didn't come here. We went there, attacking them. We are clearly the bad guys here. Or were they hapless innocents, caught up in U.S. dragnets or sold for bounty for their opportunistic countrymen? (Many who had been held at Gitmo and eventually, after years, released, fell into this latter category.)

2. The frigging HEADLINE says the U.S. Declares it can hold even U.S. Citizens indefinitely. (I know, this doesn't mean they can or will try, but that they even are crazy enough to claim this--Trump's administration, remember--shows how dangerously close we are to being an overt police state. We are already a covert or "soft" police state. You're just not yet part of the cohort subject to arbitrary searches, detention, assaults and murder by the police, who are inevitably immune from rightful punishment.)

3. All persons under U.S. control are covered by U.S. laws and Constitutional protections. The Bushie fascists deposited their captives in Cuba purposely to avoid the reach of the Constitution and U.S. law, but the Supreme Court educated them as to their woefully incorrect assumptions.)

BleachBit-and-Hammers said...

Meredith Raimondo

Ingachuck'stoothlessARM said...

or, some more of this

Man in the Middle : The Importance of George Papadopoulos

https://quodverum.com/2019/06/171/man-in-the-middle-the-importance-of-george-papadopoulos.html

Beasts of England said...

'The next moment, still wearing correct business attire, shirt, tie, suit jacket, overcoat, he opens the overcoat, unzips his pants, and, forcing his fingers around my private area, thrusts his penis halfway — or completely, I’m not certain — inside me.'

Do we get a copy of the police report?

Ingachuck'stoothlessARM said...

What's in Felix's Bag of Tricks?

is Sater "source E" ?

wholelottasplainin' said...

2. The frigging HEADLINE says the U.S. Declares it can hold even U.S. Citizens indefinitely. (I know, this doesn't mean they can or will try, but that they even are crazy enough to claim this--Trump's administration, remember--shows how dangerously close we are to being an overt police state.
********************

So , chuck, you believe a headline necessarily states the facts?

And you call *US* naifs"!!!

snort

Michael K said...

This is because Papadopoulos was working on a project Obama opposed - an Israeli-led proposal to create a natural gas pipeline, from Israel’s reserves to Europe.

That is a good column and I have been posting this at several places. He was accosted several times, Downer and Mifsud, and got hostility for his proposal to avoid Turkey. That's interesting. Flynn was threatened with FARA over Turkey. What's going on ?

Ingachuck'stoothlessARM said...

oops--yes-- we did miss something on yesterday's list--

Albany doctor allegedly ran sick human experiments for Nxivm

https://nypost.com/2018/05/05/nxivm-doctor-charged-with-conducting-human-experiments/

Yet curiously, this nxivm shit still hasnt reached the threshold of newsworthyness nor has piqued the curiosity of our intrepid, truth-seeking Journo-lists, cuz...
no one on the right involved.

Ingachuck'stoothlessARM said...

10 Dem candidates only draw hundreds??

‘Poor People’s Campaign’ Forum Hosting 10 2020 Democrats Draws Crowd Of Only Hundreds

https://dailycaller.com/2019/06/19/poor-peoples-campaign-2020-democrats/

readering said...

I guess when he proclaimed he could stand on Fifth Avenue and shoot, he wasn't necessarily thinking bullets.

Ingachuck'stoothlessARM said...

@Dr. K
This?
The recent gas discoveries in eastern Mediterranean?
competing with cabal pipelines??
"This pipeline deal between Israel-Greece-Egypt I was consulting on is why the deep state of the U.K./Australia targeted me. Unfortunately for them, I stopped consulting on this when it was finalized in 2017 and still all their assets got burned trying to take me down."
--GPapa

narciso said...

It appears so, recall the Hudson institute that was his employer was acquainted with Timofeev's valdai forum, as were democratic and republican congressman, which used for orientations for codels, recall Qatar wants to corner the market on natural gas in the
region, they used the khashoggi matter to buy into the Turkish defense industry, Israel is in the middle of this operation,

narciso said...

so the great game has moved from the Caspian region, where it once was, calouste galbenkian's domain, to the Mediterranean,

narciso said...

so who is the non state player who benefits,

Ingachuck'stoothlessARM said...

Chuck & Nancy outside White House, giddy an attack was coming. Trump got them to leak to NY TIMES ?

U SAD BRO?
George Will: Most Americans Are ‘Sad and Embarrassed and Exhausted’ by Trump

iowan2 said...

2. The frigging HEADLINE says the U.S. Declares it can hold even U.S. Citizens indefinitely

The most extremist power any political leader can assert is the power to target his own citizens for execution without any charges or due process, far from any battlefield. The Obama administration has not only asserted exactly that power in theory, but has exercised it in practice
https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2013/feb/05/obama-kill-list-doj-memo

Locked up forever...dead forever...hmmm?

buwaya said...

The great game is global.
Even in the old days it was played from Surabaya to London.
Gulbenkian got around.

Ref "The Prize", Daniel Yergin

Chuck said...

rcocean said...
She writing this as a 75 year old. I was so hot back then - even billionaires would try to rape me in Department Stores.

Of course, I hated it. I'm a victim. And I was super-hot. Please buy my book!


LMFAO.

Trump releases a statement saying that he has never met E. Jean Carroll. Meanwhile, the national press is releasing a photo of her and her then-husband at a party with Trump and his then-wife.

https://twitter.com/LauraLitvan/status/1142181920337518594

Hahahahahaha! Never met her! What a perfect Trumpian response. It's like, "No, I never laid a hand on her in 1996, because as everyone knows, we skipped the year 1996. We didn't have a 1996. 1996 was cancelled. There was no interest in having a 1996."


Francisco D said...

That is a good column and I have been posting this at several places. He was accosted several times, Downer and Mifsud, and got hostility for his proposal to avoid Turkey. That's interesting. Flynn was threatened with FARA over Turkey. What's going on ?

I am imagining a great, somewhat disjointed conspiracy.

My second career should be as a novelist. Now that Vince Flynn has passed away and Daniel Silva is nearing the end (maybe) of his series, there is room for me.

Michael K, Buwaya and narciso will be my Muses.

Francisco D said...

That was meant as a compliment guys.

Darrell said...

Chuck, you "meet" fifty people a year. And most of them want to kick you in the face afterward.

Trump meets thousands--maybe more. And many of them want to get money out of him.

FullMoon said...

Blogger tcrosse said...

That story about kids growing horns because of smartphones is fake news

6/21/19, 9:34 AM
Blogger Meade said...

I fake knew it.

6/21/19, 9:36 AM
Blogger Fernandistein said...

That story about kids growing horns because of smartphones is fake news

It is not fake if you believe it

Chuck said...

Darrell said...
Chuck, you "meet" fifty people a year. And most of them want to kick you in the face afterward.

Trump meets thousands--maybe more. And many of them want to get money out of him.


Trump has done this before, and never learns. Nobody forced Trump to say that he had never met her before. It was like Trump denying knowledge of the journalist Serge Kovaleski, afflicted with arthrogryposis.

There were a hundred different ways for Trump to respond, perhaps some of them truthful. Trump could have said it didn't happen, however he may have wanted to say it.

But no. Trump does the Trumpy thing, of declaring that he never met her. When he clearly has met her. Proving nothing so much as that the truth, and accurate details, mean nothing to Trump.

Trump is a lying sack of shit.

rcocean said...

Rosie and trump also met sometime in the 90s. Pictures exist. Chuck would believe that Trump raped Rosie O'Donnell. If Rosie said so. And had a book to sell.

How to prove Trump raped you 25 years ago:

1) Show there's picture of you and Trump meeting somewhere
2) Say he raped you.
3) Case closed.

rcocean said...

5,000 women called the FBI and said Kavanaugh tried to Rape them during the SCOTUS hearings.

And women never lie.

rcocean said...

How many Left-wing cunts have to lie before we stop believing that Trump "raped" them?

Darrell said...

She and her hubby were also at the same Super Bowl. On other ends of the stadium with Trump in a VIP suite.

Francisco D said...

Chuck would believe that Trump raped Rosie O'Donnell.

I am starting to think that Trump grabbed Chuckles by his pencil dick and laughed.

Our LLR became an avid and completely unhinged Trump hater after that.

It is amazing how intense the Trump hatred is. Some of it is "normal" Republican POTUS bashing, but most of it seems really unhinged. It suggests that the leftist bullies cannot tolerate people standing up to them. They would much prefer one of the Bushes.

iowan2 said...

A young man said Hi to me at the grocery store last week, I had to ask him his name. I recognized the name as someone the kids went to school with. Asking my son later, I went on two three day Boy Scout campouts with him and spent hours around the campfire cooking and having fellowship with a group of 6 to 9 in the group. Trump probably averages 2 gatherings a week

Michael K said...

It is amazing how intense the Trump hatred is. Some of it is "normal" Republican POTUS bashing, but most of it seems really unhinged.

Peggy Noonan has a typically unaware column today. What is interesting is the comments. Six months ago, there would be 1/2 to 1/4 antiTrump comments, quite a few nasty. Today, I scanned almost 100 comments and saw only one mild Never Trumper.

Ricochet, which I quit last year, now has only two NeverTrumpers.

Ingachuck'stoothlessARM said...

did potus disclose the "strike" against iran just to track the leak/leakers, and to observe the response of the assets in the "target area" ?

narciso said...

Thanks it's a fascinating story, just not what's being told except in some samizdat corners

narciso said...

In the end Mueller got bupkis

https://dailycaller.com/2019/06/21/paul-manafort-texts-sean-hannity-mueller/

In real scandal news deep state congtessperson spanberger apparently hired the second Cavanaugh doxxer.

Michael K said...

More Chuck insanity.

. Meanwhile, the national press is releasing a photo of her and her then-husband at a party with Trump and his then-wife.

Maybe he should say "I don't remember her but she was young looking in that photo. Too bad."

How many thousand women had a photo taken with Trump at some time in the last 50 years ? How many would he be expected to remember ?

You are sick. Get help.

Ingachuck'stoothlessARM said...

who needs a war with iran more-- Trump or DerpStateDems?

Michael K said...

did potus disclose the "strike" against iran just to track the leak/leakers,

That's the Tom Clancy "Canary Trap" I wouldn't be surprised.

wild chicken said...

Wow, rcocean, that was hot.

Michael K said...


@Dr. K
This?
The recent gas discoveries in eastern Mediterranean?


Yup. His book is pretty good. I have the audio and we listened to it driving to and from CA two weeks ago. My wife was almost attacking the radio she was so angry at what was done to him.

narciso said...

Well it's like the reverse of north by north west …
https://pjmedia.com/instapundit/rosiak-exposes-another-hill-computer-outrage-the-daily-caller-news-foundations-luke-rosiak-busted/?fbclid=IwAR2YuQG8kzUWhCwwW5tE6-dAss-OKyG_v8SGZjsG4PyL8h2NdU4klMwJlP8

Ingachuck'stoothlessARM said...

Booty!

New Asset Forfeiture Filings Will Give U.S. Government Ownership Of NXIVM “Tech”

https://frankreport.com/2019/06/15/new-asset-forfeiture-filings-will-give-u-s-government-ownership-of-nxivm-tech/

buwaya said...

"New Asset Forfeiture Filings Will Give U.S. Government Ownership Of NXIVM “Tech”"

They had tech?

narciso said...

Maybe he didnt Rely on his charisma to recruit followers you get my drift

https://babalublog.com/2019/06/21/brazils-bolsonaro-investigating-questionable-loans-given-to-cuba-and-venezuela-by-national-bank/

Chuck said...

Michael K said...
...
...
How many thousand women had a photo taken with Trump at some time in the last 50 years ? How many would he be expected to remember ?


That's a really great reason for someone like Trump to be relatively careful about declaring who he has and has not ever met.

Again, I didn't put those words in Trump's mouth. It was his written statement. These are Trump's long line of unforced errors. He does this shit all the time.

Michael K said...

These are Trump's long line of unforced errors. He does this shit all the time.

Yeah. How wrong it was to not remember some babe who said hello at a party 40 years ago. He and Ivana met in 1976 and divorced in 1990. That's 30 years ago.

You are sick.

Ken B said...

A painting
https://www.bing.com/images/search?view=detailV2&ccid=fTnrnzUN&id=937287D1E550899D2A12CB3E7F6BB3F16D8B2375&thid=OIP.fTnrnzUNgDee-gSLADb-LQHaFu&mediaurl=https%3A%2F%2Fuploads0.wikiart.org%2Fimages%2Fj-e-h-macdonald%2Fthe-tangled-garden-1916.jpg&exph=600&expw=776&q=macdonald+tangled+garden&simid=608024225353827786&selectedindex=0&vt=1&eim=1,2,3,4,6,8&sim=11

Ken B said...

Tim M
The Dems will never nominate a Hindu.
That's not why Gabbard has no chance but it’s exactly the way they would phrase were he a Republican.

Chuck said...

narciso said...
Well it's like the reverse of north by north west …
...


Along with "Lawrence of Arabia," one of Chief Justice Roberts' two favorite movies.

walter said...

Chuck: But Trruuuuuuummmmp!
That he didn't remember her is a clear sign of dementia.

Seeing Red said...

Via Insty:

ROSIAK EXPOSES ANOTHER HILL COMPUTER OUTRAGE: The Daily Caller News Foundation’s Luke Rosiak busted Pakistani computer rogue Imran Awan in 2017, and now he’s peeling back the layers of deception, deceit and denial in yet another Hill IT scandal.

Rep. Abigail Spanberger (D-Va.) is a former CIA agent and freshman congressman, who hired Samantha DeForst-Davis, accomplice to convicted felon Jackson Cosko, the former Senate IT aide behind what federal prosecutors called “the largest data theft in Senate history.”

BleachBit-and-Hammers said...

Seeing Red @ 7:23

100% not on Rachel's Radar

readering said...

How to prove you didn't rape someone. Write down that you never met them. Yeah, that's the ticket.

chickelit said...

"Takeover" was the name of a late '60's alternative news weekly in Madison. Another was "Kaleidoscope." One of the two (I forget which) published a fake news story about a man being murdered and his body disposed of in meat grinder at the Madison Oscar Mayer plant. The story was pure baloney and Oscars sued, successfully shutting down the weekly. Perhaps a longtime Madison resident can add to the facts. I'm going from memory and can't find anything on Google.

Yancey Ward said...

"Never met her" is synonymous with "don't know her", Chuck- at least it is for normal people. Sure, beat that horse off if you want.

alanc709 said...

Chuck, there are pictures of Laura Bush and Barack Obama in the same room. Did he rape her?

narciso said...

It's like ground hog day, all over again isnt it,

Ingachuck'stoothlessARM said...

At the Winged Rat Cafe...

Big rat falls from ceiling at Buffalo Wild Wings, lands on menu

https://www.fox35orlando.com/news/big-rat-falls-from-ceiling-at-buffalo-wild-wings-lands-on-menu

...you can barf all night.

narciso said...

This is onexpected:

https://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/1143724/boris-johnson-police-girlfriend-carrie-symond-home

Chuck said...

Michael K said...
These are Trump's long line of unforced errors. He does this shit all the time.

Yeah. How wrong it was to not remember some babe who said hello at a party 40 years ago. He and Ivana met in 1976 and divorced in 1990. That's 30 years ago.


You see, this is where I want to grind on your miserable sorry ass.

Trump didn't say, "I don't remember her."

Trump said, "I never met her."

There's a difference, and while my presumption is that you'd be intelligent enough to understand that, you now have me wondering.

Michael K said...

Maybe a bit more on why Trump did not go ahead with a kinetic attack.

Iran’s targeting efforts in this area became notably more sophisticated in recent years, according to the former intelligence official. Cruder past efforts — featuring profile pictures of women in bikinis, who would immediately ask U.S. military personnel for information on when they were coming to port — gave way to a subtler, more time-consuming approach. The Iranians employed pictures of attractive, but fully clothed, women who would strike up online conversations with American servicemen over weeks, developing the fictitious relationships in order to nudge them into volunteering the desired intelligence.

How they got the intelligence

On Thursday evening, U.S. Cyber Command launched a retaliatory digital strike against an Iranian spy group that supported last week’s limpet mine attacks on commercial ships, according to two former intelligence officials.

The group, which has ties to the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps, has over the past several years digitally tracked and targeted military and civilian ships passing through the economically important Strait of Hormuz, through which pass 17.4 million barrels of oil per day. Those capabilities, which have advanced over time, enabled attacks on vessels in the region for several years.

Though sources declined to provide any further details of the retaliatory cyber operation, the response highlights how the Persian Gulf has become a staging ground for escalating digital — as well as conventional — conflict, with both the United States and Iran trying to get the upper hand with cyber capabilities.


What we did do. Chuck is so disappointed.

Browndog said...

ROSIAK EXPOSES ANOTHER HILL COMPUTER OUTRAGE: The Daily Caller News Foundation’s Luke Rosiak busted Pakistani computer rogue Imran Awan in 2017, and now he’s peeling back the layers of deception, deceit and denial in yet another Hill IT scandal.

If you've never read Luke's work--don't.

Your head will spin. No Tom Clancey novel can compare.


From the D.C. rental properties to the luxury car dealers to the shipping companies to the weapons smuggling to high level elected officials in Congress to Pakistan to the Brotherhood.

Yea--I had to let it go.

He documents it all. I do understand why no one has heard of him. I don't understand how he's still alive.

Chuck said...

alanc709 said...
Chuck, there are pictures of Laura Bush and Barack Obama in the same room. Did he rape her?


No. And no normal person would care about your weird non-sequitir.

The relevant question for our purposes tonight would be, "Would Barack Obama ever claim that he 'never met' Laura Bush?" And of course that answer would be, "No," as well.

You guys really aren't this stupid, are you?

Michael K said...

You see, this is where I want to grind on your miserable sorry ass.

Please get help, Chuck. You are crazier every week.

I've never met you. Maybe we passed in the hallway of a court house in Michigan. A picture that I never saw was taken.

If asked if I had ever known that asshole Chuck, what would I say ?

Chuck said...

Yancey Ward said...
"Never met her" is synonymous with "don't know her", Chuck- at least it is for normal people. Sure, beat that horse off if you want.


I keep trying to imagine that most of the commenters here are not as stupid as might be presumed from their responses.

But in your case I know better, and I know that you really are that stupid. Plenty stupid. Stupid to burn. Extra stupid, with stupid sprinkles on top.

narciso said...

Yes rosiak gave his info to jessie lieu and she buried it like the well of souls in tanis.

Ingachuck'stoothlessARM said...

Forget "Fight For 15"--how 'bout 'dont fight' for a Grand?
California City Proposes Giving Cash to Violent Gang Members Not to Commit Shootings

How could this go wrong?

https://bigleaguepolitics.com/california-city-proposes-giving-cash-to-violent-gang-members-not-to-commit-shootings/

"HANDS OUT-- DONT SHOOT !!"

narciso said...

Same with her deputy, Chad something or other, even you can bury the story, with the type of chaff that chuck throws off

Michael K said...

At least Stormy got Trump to pose with her for a photo at a golf tournament.

That pic that has Chuck masturbating was a snapshot taken from behind.

MadisonMan said...

Meredith Raimondo

Has she resigned yet?

Maybe she can go on a speaking tour: "How to cost your employer 10s of millions of dollars in legal fees and judgements"

Francisco D said...

But in your case I know better, and I know that you really are that stupid. Plenty stupid. Stupid to burn. Extra stupid, with stupid sprinkles on top.

Inga, is that you posting under Chuckles name?

The lefties are really losing their shit since Mueller didn't fulfill their fantasies.

Seeing Red said...

Forget "Fight For 15"--how 'bout 'dont fight' for a Grand?
California City Proposes Giving Cash to Violent Gang Members Not to Commit Shootings

How could this go wrong?

https://bigleaguepolitics.com/california-city-proposes-giving-cash-to-violent-gang-members-not-to-commit-shootings/


I think Chicago was going to implement that type of program a few years ago.

narciso said...

Hugh will drive himself to distraction
https://mobile.twitter.com/Doranimated

Chris Lopes said...

"Would Barack Obama ever claim that he 'never met' Laura Bush?"

I'm the last guy on the planet to defend Trump but remembering you met Laura Bush is not the same as remembering nondescript person #12.

Guildofcannonballs said...

You ain't never damn mustered you no damn bluster.

Narr said...

Yes to Yergin's The Prize.

"Canary Traps" go back to Richelieu if not Rome, I suspect!

Chickelit@729! That Oscar Meyer story was baloney?

Narr
Did they issue a recall?


BleachBit-and-Hammers said...

Chuck is full Rachel Maddow now.

Rachel Maddow is the biggest f*cking lying asshole in media.

William said...

She also complains of being assaulted by Les Moonves. I don't understand why she didn't go for the trifecta and name Harvey Weinstein too.....The first of two Roger Ailes films is out. Don't hold your breath waiting for the first Les Moonves, Charley Rose, or Matt Lauer film. I suspect that some day a movie will be made about Harvey Weinstein. The sheer scope and magnitude of his crimes are phenomenal. Attention must be paid. He assaulted or molested just about every star and starlet in Hollywood and Europe for two generations. I'd like to see a movie about the plus side of his character. Focus on his fund raising efforts for Hillary, instead of all those petty little affairs.

BleachBit-and-Hammers said...

The movie about Teddy Kennedy had to sit on a shelf until decades after his death.

iowan2 said...

"Never met her", means exactly the same as, "don't know her". depending on the context, circumstances, and speech patterns of the person talking.

Colloquial, Characteristic of or appropriate to the spoken language or to writing that seeks the effect of speech; informal.

It's called casual conversation. We all do it. Ask 100 people and I bet under the right conditions 80% would use the two terms interchangeably.

For a lawyer that I have called out numerous times for getting legal concepts wrong, or backwards, typing carelessly, being inarticulate, banging on about this is crazy talk.

stephen cooper said...

Actually lots of people could have interesting stories about famous people they met and then forgot they met ...
the problem is if you forgot you met them you can't tell the story.

I have a friend whose boyfriend had a long conversation with Mick Jagger at a post-show Broadway party in the early 70s - my friend's boyfriend was a big musical theater fan - and after the conversation, but at the same party, he told someone else that "that guy with the British accent really gets music" and the person he talked to says " don't you know you were talking to Mick Jagger" he said he didn't, he had heard the name but did not know what he looked like


back in the 1970s (or the 1950s, there is not that big a difference from where we now stand) I Vaguely Remember talking to several people in the British military who I later found out were legendary in the United Kingdom, but I forget their names, and once in a bookstore in Bellport I stood in line behind a novelist who has apparently sold tens and tens of millions of novels and I patiently waited while she asked the young lady at the cashier what she wanted to do in life - the cashier, who did not recognize the novelist, said well I want to get married some day but right now I am interested in philosophy and philosophical experiences and studying literature - the story gets a little complicated here - the best selling author looked at me for a moment (hoping that I would be a handsome young man whom she could use as an example) (apparently I wasn't) and then she looked away from me and back at the cashier and said "no, really, you won't always think that way, all that matters is love .... the love of a man for a woman, the love of a woman for a man" and then she explained that she had sold tens of millions of romance novels (well she did not explain it quite that way).

It was not easy for me to be the next customer in line. I was not well dressed that day, and had not been working out lately.
She (the lovely young cashier) seemed lost in thought, and did not really look at me the way most people look at me (I have a very straightforward and kind-hearted look in real life, and most people look at me with at least some recognition of that .....)

The cashier was, in fact, cute, and I am certain that she has encountered much love in her life, and she probably eventually heeded the advice of the world-famous novelist. But I really do forget the name of the novelist who had sold tens of millions of books.

True story.

narciso said...

Well now that you're kind of name dripping when I worked in a grocery store, in south Florida there were some interesting people that dropped in, one was the former president of Colombia who struck Mr as a very cold character. Another was a Latin soap star from the 70s whose profile was like Sally field but more like Susan Luccis character if you get my drift

narciso said...

Ah yes yergins the prize, but before that Anthony Sampson's seven sisters, which gives you the background to OPEC albeit from a left perspective

Drago said...

BleachBit-and-Hammers: "Chuck is full Rachel Maddow now."

Yep. He's always been just that. Its simply fully exposed now.

The lefties like LLR Chuck are trying to pull another W Bush / Abramoff association thing using a pic where Abramoff happened to be in the same large room.

Leftists like LLR Chuck will always revert to their typical tactics.

It must have been killing Chuck to pretend he was supportive of Kavanaugh in a vain attempt to maintain his faux conservative schtick.

wwww said...

1) Legal Question: Is it true there's no statute of limitations in NY?

2) Biological evidence Question: Dress hasn't been washed. Can DNA survive that long?

narciso said...

Ah barium meal is the term of art, the most elaborate use was in the series and novel the company by Robert littell, which is respectful of James angleton for being right with his hunch, but typically so, Dan fusyermans the double game is not as kind

Drago said...

"What we did do. Chuck is so disappointed."

All the leftists are disappointed. LLR Chuck is simply one of them which is why
he is stupidly tripling down on this latest hoax assault claim.

He and Team Far Left literally have nothing else.

Nothing.

Drago said...

Look how desperately the lefties cling to their latest hoax!!

Its fun to watch in real time.

narciso said...

Meh, its boring drago, its like thd brains insistence, he will take over the world, to be thwarted.

stephen cooper said...

hey I wasn't name dropping I wish I remember their names - one of the English guys had at one point been in charge of their Special Forces and the lady at the bookstore who looked me up and down and found me wanting had sold, at that point in time, almost as many books in her peak decade as Agatha Christie - I remember that detail from a contemporaneous newspaper article which has long since faded into the complete obscurity of old newspaper articles - but I don't remember their names, maybe one day I will see their faces on a UK postage stamp and think Hey I have seen that face somewhere before !

Drago said...

Hey, Trump walked by 20,000 people in Florida this week!

According to our Resident Leftist Racist Poster Chuck thats 20,000 new Trump acquaintances!!

Seriously, just when you think Racist Child-Attacking Chuck cant sink any lower, he says "hold my 38th scotch!" And proves you wrong!!

buwaya said...

Flowers (as a subject) are much healthier, for Chuck, but for other people too.
They suit, complement, all kinds of hobbies.

Flower photography is a curious case, where it is part high art and part duffers recourse. The sort of thing that Mapplethorpe did, scaling down to what the fellow with the macro lens does with his camera if he is too lazy to pursue landscapes, too shy or too married for models, or too cowardly for "street". Flowers are easy and safe.

narciso said...

Seriously were going to have put both of you in time out,

Michael K said...

Biological evidence Question: Dress hasn't been washed. Can DNA survive that long?

DNA has been recovered from Denisovans. Go for it ! Just admit you were wrong when it's over.

buwaya said...

Re the special forces fellow - David Stirling?
Reading Fitzroy Maclean "Eastern Appriaches", who served under Stirling.

walter said...

"Trump didn't say, "I don't remember her."

Trump said, "I never met her."
__
Impeach the motherfucker!

Guildofcannonballs said...


Now Custer, he damn mustered him some damn bluster all right.

narciso said...

That's who I was thinking, Barbara cartland for the other one would be too unlikely.

buwaya said...

Now, it would be much more interesting if Trump had had sex with a Denisovan.
That would be an achievement.
Who knows if they still walk among us?
There is a novel in that, eh what? Maybe even a romance novel.

buwaya said...

It could be Barbara Cartland indeed, the dates fit.
If the writer was English.

steve uhr said...

Just got back from walking the dog. The night is full of fireflies and insanely loud frogs. All celebrating the first day of summer.

Gahrie said...

How to prove you didn't rape someone. Write down that you never met them. Yeah, that's the ticket.

I agree. The right way to do it is to argue over the meaning of the word "is".

Gahrie said...

That's a really great reason for someone like Trump to be relatively careful about declaring who he has and has not ever met.

Again, I didn't put those words in Trump's mouth. It was his written statement. These are Trump's long line of unforced errors. He does this shit all the time.


No one but an asshole or a pendant....or both, would be trying to make this point Chuckles. The American people are neither.

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