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Apr 17 2017

Open Thread


Via Obama: The Enemy Within, on a tip from Chad.

26 Responses to “Open Thread”

  1. seaoh says:


  2. Carolynbjackson says:

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  3. TheChaoticStorm says:

    Check out this Protest 101 / Event Checklist from the Berkeley POLICE DEPARTMENT of all things. When this popped up on my Facebook feed I thought it had to be fake because of the idiocy. Nope, it’s completely real.

    “Do you want symbolic arrests? If so, where and when?”

    What a joke. I feel bad for good cops just trying to do their jobs.

  4. TED says:



  5. Bodhisattva says:

    Uh oh… SERIOUSLY! If I find a coin on the street… do I have to declare it as “income”?

  6. Bodhisattva says:

    All that really matters is whether the law requires the candidate to live in the district or not, since Democrats just care about winning, not about whether they have valid representation or not:

    Democrat Jon Ossoff dismissed concerns Tuesday over the fact that he doesn’t live in the Georgia congressional district in which he’s running for a House seat.

    Ossoff currently lives just outside Georgia’s 6th Congressional District with his girlfriend, while she is attending medical school. He said that he has been transparent about the fact that he doesn’t live in the district and pledged to move back to the district as soon as his girlfriend finishes school.

    “I’m a mile and a half down the street to support Alicia while she finishes medical school. It’s something I’ve been very transparent about,” he said. “In fact, I’m proud to be supporting her career.”
    “As soon as she finishes her medical training, I’ll be 10 minutes back up the road into the district where I grew up,” he continued.

    Ossoff is facing a crowded field of Republicans on Tuesday to fill the vacated seat of now-Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price, who previously represented the 6th District.

    The scrutiny over Ossoff’s residency has intensified as the race has grown tighter.

    Democrats are treating the race as a referendum on President Trump and the current Republican-led Congress, and Ossoff has run an unexpectedly competitive campaign in a GOP-leaning district.

    In a special House election in Kansas last week, Republican Ron Estes narrowly slid to victory in a deep-red district — an outcome that could be an early indicator of tough reelection bids for Republicans in next year’s midterms.

    Looking to secure a win for their parties in the Georgia election, both Democrats and Republicans have dramatically upped campaign efforts in the district.

  7. Bodhisattva says:

    North Korea ‘will test missiles weekly’, senior official (who looks a lot like George Takei) tells BBC.

    Imagine the Korean Vice Foreign Minister saying, “Oh my!”

    “We’ll be conducting more missile tests on a weekly, monthly and yearly basis,” Vice-Foreign Minister Han Song-ryol told the BBC’s John Sudworth.
    He said that an “all-out war” would result if the US took military action.

  8. Bodhisattva says:

    Georgia Democrats trying to steal election

    Voting machines stolen days before special election

    “It’s very shocking, especially with the climate we have of voter fraud out there,” one Georgia voter told Channel 2’s Ross Cavitt.

    Cobb County Elections Director Janine Eveler said the stolen machines cannot be used to fraudulently vote in Tuesday’s election. Eveler said the machines have voter information on them, but that information is “hard to access.”

  9. Bodhisattva says:


    Water is gay. Air is gay. The north and south poles are gay, but they’re in denial:

  10. Bodhisattva says:

    I wonder how long it took for disgruntled neighbors to train that mountain lion?

    A mountain lion snatched a small dog from a Pescadero bedroom in the early morning hours Monday, after the residents reportedly left their French doors partially open for the dog to go outside, according to the San Mateo County Sheriff’s office.
    The dog, a 15-pound Portuguese Podengo, was at the foot of a bed near the dog’s owner and a child when it woke them up around 3 a.m. by “barking aggressively.”
    The adult witness told authorities she saw the shadow of an animal come into the room through the French doors, grab the dog from the bed, and walk out. When she grabbed a flashlight, she saw “large wet paw prints” near the bedroom’s entrance, and called 911.
    When police arrived on scene, they discovered paw prints resembling those of a mountain lion, and notified the Department of Fish and Wildlife.

  11. Bodhisattva says:

    More moonbats than ever “stressed, anxious, depressed” (and in denial)

    More Americans than ever before are stressed, depressed and anxiety-ridden, and many are unable to get the help they need, a new study suggests.

    Because you can’t get help until you admit/accept you have a problem…

  12. Bodhisattva says:

    This could be another example of just how powerless celebrities really are:

    Hollywood collides with Trump in Georgia race
    Celebrities view Tuesday’s special election as a chance to rage against the president.

    Spoiling for a fight against a president it can’t stand, Hollywood has latched onto Tuesday’s special election for a suburban Atlanta congressional seat, eyeing the contest as a unique opportunity to tarnish Donald Trump’s first 100 days in office.

    Many of the entertainment world’s liberal, politically active celebrities have showered Jon Ossoff, the leading Democratic candidate in Georgia’s 6th District, with cash and campaign assistance — a harbinger, some of them say, of a sustained revolt against the president’s agenda.

    “The end of democracy looks nigh. I think we all realize we can’t sit back, we can’t take things for granted. We can’t sit back and hope that somebody else does something, we have to do whatever we can, [so] we all gotta get woke, and that’s the mandate,” said actor John Leguizamo in an interview. “I wish there were more outspoken celebrities, athletes, artists, people with high profiles.”

    It’s unclear whether the influx of Hollywood support will help Ossoff in the race to replace Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price. It might even hurt his chances in the conservative-oriented district, since it helps feed into the Republican narrative about him: that he’s an interloper whose support largely comes from outside the state of Georgia, let alone his district.

  13. Bodhisattva says:

    How Prince Concealed His Addiction: Aspirin Bottles of Opiates

    At the time of Prince’s death, his Paisley Park home and recording compound in Minnesota were strewn with “a sizable amount” of narcotic painkillers for which he did not have prescriptions, including some hidden in over-the-counter vitamin and aspirin bottles and others issued in the name of a close aide, according to newly released court documents related to the investigation into the accidental opioid overdose that killed Prince last year.

    Search warrants and affidavits from the Carver County Sheriff’s Office, which is leading the continuing homicide investigation in conjunction with the Drug Enforcement Administration, were unsealed on Monday.

    Prince got Rx for oxycodone under friend’s name, warrants show

    Documents unsealed Monday in the Prince death investigation pull back the curtain, ever so slightly, on law enforcement’s response in the days after the musician’s lifeless body was found inside a Paisley Park elevator.

    But the search for answers into who is responsible for his overdose death continues as the anniversary of his April 21 death approaches.

    State and federal authorities have spent the past year trying to identify the source of the fatal fentanyl dose, but no one has been arrested and it’s unclear whether charges will ever be filed.

    “We’ve gained a lot of progress over the last year,” said Carver County chief deputy Jason Kamerud, “but there still is some more work to be done.”

    Kamerud gave no indication Monday of when the investigation might end, or its outcome.

  14. Mack says:

    Two of my snowflakes are off to MCRD after graduation, and three other snowflakes are off to Texas A & M’s Corps of Cadets. What’s your story?

  15. KirklesWorth says:

    The AP wants you to think a Christian was the killer – not a muslim.

  16. Bodhisattva says:

    It turns out pigeons are smarter than moonbats – who knew?

    You see, pigeons can build knowledge over time – moonbats can’t.

    Bird brains not so stupid: pigeons show human-like ability to build knowledge

  17. Bodhisattva says:

    Don’t sound much like snowflakes to me…

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