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May 16 2017

Open Thread


Compliments of CA.

100 Responses to “Open Thread”

  1. Good Stuff says:

    Hey there Ko0L guys. Ya’ll will like this

    GOODSTUFFs BLOGGING MAGAZINE (292nd Issue)–1JaDwCLcB/s1600/stevie_nicks_header.jpg

    A young Stevie Nicks (the bohemian chick) graces this behemothic meta blog post! Moreover… “This groovy post is also rockin plenty of far out planetary science and heaps of nifty vintage stuff” – FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover

  2. Bodhisattva says:

    There’s hope… Democrats DO occasionally pay for their blatantly illegal deeds, even when they are a “politically preferred pigmentation”:

    Former U.S. Congresswoman Corrine Brown Guilty of Fraud Scheme Involving Bogus Non-Profit Scholarship Entity

    Former U.S. Congresswoman Corrine Brown was convicted by a federal jury in Jacksonville, Florida, today for her role in a conspiracy and fraud scheme involving a fraudulent scholarship charity.

  3. Bodhisattva says:

    More proof of just how smart moonbats really are:

  4. Bodhisattva says:

    One way to tell real news sources from fake news sources: How they describe despots:

  5. Spiny Norman says:

    “Rayciss America” is to blame, surely?

  6. Bodhisattva says:

    Despite some of the strictest gun laws on the planet, Mexico was the 2nd deadliest country on Earth, surpassed only by a war zone – Syria!

    As Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan dominated the news agenda, Mexico’s drug wars claimed 23,000 lives during 2016 — second only to Syria, where 50,000 people died as a result of the civil war.

    “This is all the more surprising, considering that the conflict deaths [in Mexico] are nearly all attributable to small arms,” said John Chipman, chief executive and director-general of the International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS), which issued its annual survey of armed conflict on Tuesday.

    “The wars in Iraq and Afghanistan claimed 17,000 and 16,000 lives respectively in 2016, although in lethality they were surpassed by conflicts in Mexico and Central America, which have received much less attention from the media and the international community,” said Anastasia Voronkova, the editor of the survey.

    In comparison, there were 17,000 conflict deaths in Mexico in 2015 and 15,000 in 2014 according to the IISS.

    In other news, I’m starting a travel agency that caters specifically to those who want to visit… MEXICO!

  7. Bodhisattva says:

    The latest nonsense against Trump involves claims he gave Russia classified information?

    Is that a problem? Why wasn’t it here:

    Guests Remind NBC, CNN: Obama Gave Classified Intel to Russia

    While NBC and CNN joined the rest of the media in rushing to condemn the Trump White House over an unconfirmed Washington Post report that the President inadvertently shared classified information with Russian officials, guests on both networks provided important context that the Obama administration intentionally shared classified intelligence with Russia less than a year ago.

    Appearing on Friday’s NBC Today, security analyst Juan Zarate warned: “The problem is the Russians aren’t trustworthy. The Russians have proven that when we’ve provided information in the past, they’ve used it against us.” He then proceeded to explain how former President Obama gave the Russians classified information just months ago:

    Back in the summer of 2016, the Obama administration provided some information to the Russians about some of the things happening on the ground. Guess what happened? The Russians then attacked some of those sites of our allies, our proxies that we were working with.

  8. Bodhisattva says:

    Erdoğan’s bodyguards know how to handle moonbat NAZI brownshirts:

    Nine people were hurt and two arrests were made during an altercation at the Turkish ambassador’s residence in the US capital during a visit by prime minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, police have said.

    Doug Buchanan, a DC Fire and EMS spokesman, said two of those hurt were seriously injured and were taken to hospitals by ambulance. He said by phone that emergency personnel were called to the residence about 4:30pm Tuesday.

  9. Bodhisattva says:


    Politics and money go hand in hand.

    Republicans tend to think people should be financially independent sooner than Democrats do, according to a survey of more than 1,000 people released Wednesday from financial site

  10. Bodhisattva says:

    Police are looking for some big dick:

    Police seek man dressed as giant penis who witnessed city centre attack

    A police spokesman said the man wearing the penis costume was with the attacker in a group of around 10 men, who were possibly a stag party.

    The attacker is described as white, around 6ft tall, with a shaved head and wearing a beige or white top.

    Another member of the group is described as shorter, of stocky build, with black hair and wearing a red and white t-shirt.

    Detective Constable Gaynor Burt, of Leeds District CID, said: “The victim was very badly injured in this attack and will still require further surgery.

    “While the nature of costume worn by one of the group might be amusing to some, we are hoping that mentioning it will jog someone’s memory and assist in tracing those responsible for what was a serious assault that has left the victim with long-term consequences.

  11. Bodhisattva says:

    Bradley Manning did serious damage to our nation and is to walk free early.

    Meanwhile a guy who took a few photos he should not have, that did no damage, is to stay in prison.

    But maybe not for long:

  12. Bodhisattva says:

    Making another mistake – what better way to avoid repeating the mistakes of history than to remember them? But no, moonbats want to revise history, erase those they hate.

    New Orleans authorities began dismantling a statue honoring Confederate General P.G.T. Beauregard on Tuesday night, marking the third of four historical monuments the city slated for removal because they were deemed racially offensive.

    Crews laboring under the glare of floodlights began what appeared to be the work of sawing the bottom of the 14-foot-tall statue – a bronze likeness of Beauregard on horseback – from its pedestal while some 200 bystanders looked on near the entrance of City Park.

    A crane that was expected to eventually lift the statue from its base was moved into position, along with other heavy equipment, after workers cleared the area around the monument.

    The crowd of onlookers, about evenly divided between statue supporters and opponents, were mostly subdued, though a few individuals shouted at one another across the police barricade separating them. Some members of the pro-statue group waved Confederate flags.

    The public memorials to Beauregard and other heroes of the U.S. Civil War’s pro-slavery Confederacy have been denounced by critics as an affront to the ideals of multi-racial tolerance and diversity in the majority-black Louisiana city.

    But doing away with the monuments has met with staunch resistance from groups who argue that the statues are nevertheless important symbols of the city’s Southern heritage.

    The City Council voted in 2015 to remove monuments honoring two of the Confederacy’s best-known generals – Beauregard and Robert E. Lee – as well as Confederate President Jefferson Davis and a 19th-century white supremacist militia.

    The Crescent City White League monument was taken down on April 24 and the Davis statue on May 11. The Lee memorial is scheduled to go next, though officials have not publicized precise removal dates in advance.

    I see this story is almost a week old – I think it may have already been posted.

  13. Bodhisattva says:

    Reflecting on the Comey memo(s), I can’t help but remember Dan Rather’s memo.

  14. Bodhisattva says:

    Segregation – it’s the trend, the way things are going. Maybe we were too hasty getting rid of it?

    Black students at Harvard University are organizing a graduation ceremony of their own this year.

    More than 700 students and guests are registered to attend Harvard’s first Black Commencement, which will take place two days before the school’s traditional graduation events.

    Though they say it’s “open to everyone” – so why is it specifically called a “Black Commencement”? And does this mean we can have a “White Commencement” without it being an issue?

    And here’s a fun fact:

    Black students at Harvard represent 5 percent of the overall student body, compared with whites, who make up 43 percent, according to federal education data.

    So who are the other 52%? The purple with green polka-dots?

  15. KirklesWorth says:

    Their spell checker failed. Determining why the dinosaurs went extinct has been debated for ages and studied for even longer. Now, the most acceptable extinction event hypothesis — that of an astroid impact that changed the Earth’s climate — has a very interesting new wrinkle.

  16. JackisBack says:

    You could almost flip this list for Trump.

  17. KirklesWorth says:

    Liberal Websites Current Last 5 Articles

    ABC News
    WATCH: At least one killed as tornado hits Oklahoma subdivision
    More health insurance woes looming: blame Trump or Obama?
    ‘XY Chelsea’
    Georgia carries out first execution of the year
    Everything you need to know about Chelsea Manning

    Imagine taking these photos today
    Man sues date for texting during movie
    Trump’s foreign trip now bogged in WH crises
    GOPers demand answers after latest Trump-Russia explosion
    Katy Perry and Ellen share an awkward moment

    Daily Kos
    Open thread for night owls: Gamblers see major move in odds on Trump impeachment
    These Republicans will never get rid of Trump. Let’s get rid of them.
    Quick reactions to Comey’s ‘smoking gun’ memo: Republicans run, Dems talk impeachment/obstruction
    Dirtbag Darrell Issa snaps over latest Comey revelations, flips the bird to reporter
    Yes, Sen. Schumer, history IS watching: Shut. It. Down.

    Huffington Post
    The Week Donald Trump’s Administration Became Engulfed In Chaos
    A Nutella Café Swirls Into Chicago And Our Hearts This Month
    Michael Moore Vows To Defeat Donald Trump With New Documentary
    The Republican Plan To Cover Sick People Might Sort Of Work, But Nobody Really Knows
    Pamela Anderson Wows In All White And A Plunging Crop Top

    Mother Jones
    The Trump Administration Just Punted on How to Handle the Most Toxic Pesticides
    Shocker: Trump’s USDA Appointees Are All Corporate Hacks
    The I-Word Suddenly Becomes Respectable
    “I Have My Subpoena Pen Ready”
    Another Trump Bombshell Hits: New York Times Reports He Asked FBI Chief to Drop Flynn Investigation

    Rep. Jackie Speier: If there’s obstruction…
    Sen. Manchin on Comey memo: Senators all…
    Watergate prosecutor: Well on our way to…
    Lawmakers on Comey memo: Trump may have…
    Lawrence PSA to Trump WH staff: ‘Lawyer up’

    Nation’s Longest-Serving Governor Set To Become Top Diplomat In Beijing
    Morning News Brief: Trump’s Request To Comey And Sharing Intelligence With Russia
    Cokie Roberts Answers Your Questions About Presidents And The FBI
    Deadline Approaches For White House Decision On Keeping Iran Deal Alive
    Rep. Adam Schiff On Trump, Comey And Russia

    Recent ransomware attacks raise the question: Is Bitcoin only for cybercriminals?
    New Poll: The Rock is already beating Trump in the 2020 election
    Israelis were “shocked” after Trump’s White House waffled on the Western Wall
    White House uses Trump’s ignorance as a defense: “The president wasn’t even aware of” source of intel revealed to Russians
    How the Syrian refugee crisis is playing out on the German stage

    Trump’s War on the Press Has Always Been Real
    The End Is Nigh
    How Will Israel Respond to Trump’s Leak?
    Losing Faith
    “What Do We Want? Evidence-Based Science!”

    Tornadoes in Wisconsin and Oklahoma Leave Two Dead
    U.S. and Europe Are Discussing Plans to Extend the Laptop Ban on Flights
    A Shariah Court in Indonesia Sentences a Gay Couple to Caning
    Michael Moore Is Making a New Documentary About Trump and He’s Calling it Fahrenheit 11/9
    Why We Shouldn’t Be Surprised If North Korea Launched the WannaCry Ransomware Cyberattack

  18. StephaneDumas says:

    All that Russia stuff is a diversion to not think about some new discoveries about Seth Rich.

    Off couse, the “media industrial complex” will said then it’s conspiracy theory then the folks of /pol/ jumped on the occasion.

  19. KirklesWorth says:

    Truth Revolt: Have the Democrats and the Media Signed a Suicide Pact?

    Patricia McCarthy over at the American Thinker has a provocative article about how absolutely stark raving mad the media and the Democrats have gone over the election of Donald Trump, reporting breathlessly on his taxes, his tweets, his supposed Russia ties, his family members, his hair, his views on exercise, and even his ice cream servings. (Yes, CNN devoted two segments to the fact that apparently the President received two scoops of ice cream while eating with TIME magazine correspondents while they only got one.) McCarthy believes their hyperbole is going to backfire:

  20. Anonymous says:

    Leftists gonna leftist…

  21. KirklesWorth says:

    Amazing how helpful CNN is when a republican is president.

    CNN: Presidential impeachment 101: What to know [Video]

  22. Mr. Freemarket says:

    “This is all the more surprising, considering that the conflict deaths [in Mexico] are nearly all attributable to small arms,”

    Apparently the drug cartels have few heavy cannons or tanks.

  23. Mr. Freemarket says:

    Here’s the problem. We all know that Obama didn’t care about how he handled classified intel. Were he not elected, he would never be able to get a security clearance. Similarly, Hillary couldn’t care less about handling classified intel.

    Trump, on the other hand, could pass a background check for a security clearance. He should care about how classified intel is handled. Yet it appears that he passed on classified intel to the Russian ambassador that had not be shared with some of our closest allies.

    So yes; it may well be a problem, particularly if we wish for our allies to keep passing along sensitive information.

  24. Mr. Freemarket says:

    From your link:
    “And no matter what your political views, for many teens there’s no way they could ever pay bills. The reason? Today’s teens are far less likely to work than teens in previous generations. Indeed, even in the summer — when teens are most likely to have jobs — only about one in three teens ages 16-19 worked in 2014. Twenty years ago, that number was more than half. Among the reasons for this: many teens say they don’t want a job, others do things like summer school, volunteering and extracurrucilars rather than take a paying job.”

    Obama’s recession didn’t help that statistic one bit. In fact…..

  25. KirklesWorth says:

    I can’t believe how much I hate this douchebag. When the liberal media needs a RINO putz to turn on the republicans, he’s on their speed dial.

    CNN: As big as Watergate, McCain says [Video]

    During a GOP dinner, Sen. John McCain said the Trump scandals have reached “Watergate size and scale.”

  26. KirklesWorth says:

    Odd that you would buy in to the left-wing narrative and agree with McCain.

    CNN: As big as Watergate, McCain says

  27. Mr. Freemarket says:

    The war of northern aggression continues. The Civil War is racist.

  28. Mr. Freemarket says:

    Based upon the performance of past black Harvard graduates, such as BHO, would you hire any of them?

  29. Anonymous says:

    Whatever the latest anti-Trump hystera is, remember:

  30. Mr. Freemarket says:

    “● More health insurance woes looming: blame Trump or Obama?”

    The answer is crystal clear. ObamaCare was just fine before Trump and republicans started tinkering with it (doesn’t matter if they pass something; undermining public confidence will be enough to blame the collapse of ObamaCare on Trump and the GOP.

    To suggest otherwise is racist.

  31. Mr. Freemarket says:

    Whether the left wing narrative or not, it is still the fact. Tell me what is in dispute with what I have posted?

    And no, I didn’t opine that Trump could or should be impeached.

  32. Mr. Freemarket says:

    Why the people of Arizona keep sending him back to the Senate is a mystery.

  33. Mr. Freemarket says:

    I see that you amended your comment to say that I agree with McCain. No; I don’t agree with McCain. I do agree that Trump is held to a higher standard than his predecessor.

  34. KirklesWorth says:

    Yeah, I knew that would irk you. But you do agree with McCain with the suspicion, if not the conclusion.

  35. Mr. Freemarket says:

    No; I don’t agree with McCain. Trump’s national security adviser, General McMaster stated yesterday that what Trump had shared with the Russians was “wholly appropriate.” He didn’t say that no classified information was shared with them.
    Here’s an article that outlines my concerns:

  36. Mr. Freemarket says:

    Here’s the problem:
    1. We don’t know what transpired in that meeting. I haven’t seen a video or transcript.
    2. Were a transcript of the meeting available, I’m not in a position to know what is and is not classified. So I have to rely upon the opinions of those with more information and who are more knowledgeable that I am. Those people generally cannot speak on the record of what they know.
    3. Are our allies upset? Do they believe classified intel was shared. If so, does it change their relationship with this administration?

    It is a lot of the same problem with Bill O’Reilly. Did he harass those women or didn’t he? We may never actually know. However, he and Fox News doled out $13 million dollars to buy their silence. That provides a lot of fodder for those attacking O’Reilly.

    Trump knows that people are out to get him. McMaster could have said “no; he didn’t share any classified intel with the Russians, but he didn’t.” And that is the problem. Does that mean Trump has committed an impeachable offence (which is the direction that I think McCain wants to go). No; the president can pretty much reveal whatever he wants without breaking laws. Doesn’t mean that he should reveal much of what he knows.

  37. KirklesWorth says:

    Okay, well if the allegations are true, I’d be up-in-arms if it were Obama (or Clinton) – but it hasn’t risen to the level of “credible” to me. Call me a skeptic:

    Wash. Free Beacon: McMaster Debunks Post Story on Trump Leaking Secrets

    ABC News: WATCH: McMaster: Trump ‘wasn’t even aware where the information came from’

    CNN: McMaster: President did not compromise sources

    The Blaze: Watch: H.R. McMaster defends Trump’s Oval Office conversation with Russian foreign minister

  38. MAS says:

    The fixeroo is in? Really even the Democrats would use their massive voter fraud machine to keep this Quisling in office…he is one of their best assets.

  39. KirklesWorth says:

    CNN’s “green” memes for today:

    CNN: If the coral disappears, so will they

    CNN: We’re in an extinction crisis

  40. Mr. Freemarket says:

    Good point.

  41. Mr. Freemarket says:

    We don’t know if the allegations are true or false. McMaster’s statements, like O’Reilly’s payoffs, raise concerns rather than put them to bed.

  42. KirklesWorth says:

    Funny how the decadents who clean up are held up as remarkable compared to those who were smart enough not to become decadents in the first place.

    Fox News: Miley: I’ll never live it down

    Miley Cyrus had no problem stripping down and swinging on a wrecking ball. But that was in 2013. Now the pop star looks back with horror at her “Wrecking Ball” music video. “That’s something you can’t take away. Swinging naked on a wrecking ball lives forever,” she said on Westwood One’s “Zach Sang Show.” “Once you do that in the amass that I did, it’s forever. I’m never living that down.” She said she fears that she “will always be the naked girl on the wrecking ball.” “I’m always the naked girl on the wrecking ball,” she said. “I should have thought about how long that was going to have to follow me around.”

  43. KirklesWorth says:

    Well, isn’t this the the half-white ex-president pot calling the sitting president kettle black.

    Daily Caller: Obama On Trump: ‘He’s Nothing But A Bullsh-ter’

    “He’s nothing but a bullsh–ter,” Obama told two friends early last November, describing an election night phone call with Trump, in which the businessman suddenly professed his “respect” and “admiration” for Obama—after years of hectoring.

  44. KirklesWorth says:

    And of course, we know the reason for this article: liberalism to a “T”.

    CNN: Bees are vanishing

    There are a number of reasons for the crash of pollinators bees worldwide. Mainly, they are habitat loss (nearly 40% of all land is used for agriculture, according to the Food and Agriculture Organization), climate change (the land that’s left is changing, and this is shrinking the ranges of some bees) and rampant chemical use.

    This is contrary to other reports:

    Washington Post: Believe it or not, the bees are doing just fine

    National Review: Sorry to be a buzzkill, but U.S. honeybee colonies are at a 20-year high

    Science Daily: Pollination Crisis ‘A Myth’: Honeybees Are On The Rise, But Demand Grows Faster

  45. KirklesWorth says:

    The irony is palpable. Try not to laugh at the concluding paragraph below.

    Mother Jones: Republicans Really, Really Hate It When a Democrat Is in the White House

    Still, the evidence does seem to be surprisingly consistent: Republican voters are far angrier about a Democrat in the White House than Democrats are about a Republican in the White House. This probably explains a few things, but I’m not quite sure what yet.

  46. KirklesWorth says:

    Unabashed discrimination. The left is always except from its own “rules”.

    Campus Reform: Hawaii prof demands that colleges ‘stop hiring white cis men’

    A University of Hawaii professor recently claimed that universities should “stop hiring white cis men” until “the problem goes away.” Mathematics professor Piper Harron never gets around to specifying which “problem” would be solved by culling cis white males from academia, but insists that “real solutions require women of color and trans women.”

  47. RWDave says:

    OK, but I’m not ready to call Google News, NBC, or the Wapo real news just yet…

  48. RWDave says:

    Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Vietnamese, Indian…

  49. KirklesWorth says:

    Only a liberal wouldn’t know this.

    Daily Wire: BY THE NUMBERS: CNN Really Hates President Trump

    But here’s something more amazing: Most of CNN’s guests that day (96, or 78 percent of the total) were Trump critics. Just seven guests (6 percent) were pro-Trump, with 13 guests ruled “neutral” by MRC. CNN’s own “journalists” were even worse. “Looking just at CNN’s own on-air talent, the results were even more tilted, with 69 appearances by anti-Trump analysts, vs. just two for pro-Trump analysts. …


  51. TED says: AND you are surprised when THEY welcome COMMIES into their government…?!

  52. TED says:

    THE ONLY thing BLACKS have done FOR this country!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  53. Bodhisattva says:

    Which only goes to show how unaware of reality moonbats are: The true problems were more economic – slavery was used as an excuse but was not the primary reason for the war.

    There were many issues – ideological, economic, political, and social – which caused the war. Slavery served as a catalyst, along with the underlying issue of States Rights.

    The northern states had a rapidly growing economy based on family farms, industry, mining, commerce and transportation, with a large and rapidly growing urban population. Their growth was fed by a high birth rate and large numbers of immigrants. The South was dominated by a plantation system based on slavery with an overall lower birth rate and much lower immigration. The heavily rural South had few cities of any size, and little manufacturing except in border areas. 75% of white Southern families owned no slaves and usually were engaged in subsistence agriculture.

    By the time the 1860 election occurred, the heavily agricultural southern states as a group had fewer Electoral College votes than the rapidly industrializing northern states. This caused the same sort of angry backlash as we are seeing today among Democrats.

    Southerners felt a loss of federal concern for Southern political demands, and their continued domination of the Federal government was threatened. This political calculus provided a very real basis for Southerners’ worry about the relative political decline of their region due to the North growing much faster in terms of population and industrial output.

    The South, Midwest, and Northeast had quite different economic structures. They traded with each other and each became more prosperous by staying in the Union, a point many businessmen made in 1860–61. However Charles A. Beard in the 1920s made a highly influential argument to the effect that these differences caused the war (rather than slavery or constitutional debates). He saw the industrial Northeast forming a coalition with the agrarian Midwest against the Plantation South.

  54. TED says: ONLY NYC would elect a SNAKE POS like Chucky over and over. THEY DESERVE HIM!!!!!!!!!!

  55. Bodhisattva says:

    “Exempt” or “excepted”… I am wondering just what “problem” she is claiming exists, as was mentioned there. And how would systematic institutionalized discrimination against “cis white men” solve it, exactly?

  56. Bodhisattva says:

    As evidence, just look at all the violent, destructive demonstrations that Republicans engineered during the Obama years… oh, wait…

  57. Bodhisattva says:

    As usual there were colonies which, due to poor practices, bad luck and other things, had problems. However, typically a small problem was turned into a crisis that could be blamed on all the “usual suspects”: Cell phone use, chemicals applied to crops, climate change, etc.

  58. TED says:

    The ONLY talent the LEFT has EVER had, of course without the LEFT there wouldn’t be any S**T to stir!!!!

  59. Bodhisattva says:

    “He’s nothing but a bullsh–ter,” said the world record holding liar.

  60. Mr. Freemarket says:

    Perhaps true, but keeping with the new edicts from liberals, since I didn’t live during the Civil War, I can’t really comment as to their actual motives.

  61. Bodhisattva says:

    As I mention, their desperation at not having anything concrete to say against Trump shows when the worst thing they can find is he likes two scoops of ice cream and even that they lie about since anyone who dines with him can ask for, and will receive, a second scoop if they like.

  62. Bodhisattva says:

    And yet even though they didn’t live then either, they insist you & I are REQUIRED to accept their claims about the actual motives.

  63. KirklesWorth says:

    Darn you and your sharp eyes!

  64. gary says:

    maybe , if he wants to get gender re-assignment, he will get to walk free, too. Oh, wait, Obama not the POTUS anymore,

  65. gary says:

    agreed, FOX is the only one that is even close. And i don’t trust them either

  66. KHarn says:

    Read the first six chapters of “Memoirs Of service Afloat” by Admiral Simms; he give a very compelling case for the south and secession.

    Also remember that the states that became the CSA provided 60% of the federal taxes in 1860 and had paid out as much as 75% a year before. The much-vaunted northern industry was actually struggling, they didn’t become a political and industrial powerhouse until after the war and the south was trashed.

  67. Mr. Freemarket says:

    Thank you for your suggestion.

  68. Bodhisattva says:

    Keep an eye on me… I often make mistakes.

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