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As much as I love making random drunk-post hear on the BallGrab, I have more exciting and pressing issues to deal with on this warm Sunday morning.

Yep, going to clean up the past few months of dog-shit from the backyard and put it on the curb for the trash pickup...

Wouldn't want to waste the 50+ degree heatwave weather in front of a keyboard and screen!

Cheers,

Carry On...

If you had a couple of cats instead, like MV, you'd only have to spend a few minutes sifting their sandbox

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Random Topics / Re: Twitter Censorship
« on: Today at 10:29:17 AM »
So, what we had before, plus an authoritarian superstructure on top? How very free market!

You're asking for a huge government entity with extensive discretionary powers to decide how the internet ought to work...

If that's what you got out of my post, you read it wrong


... You're always lecturing us about letting government in by the back door, this let's Pol Pot and his pals in the front with a spare set of keys. That's much more pernicious than single payer healthcare.

Let's be honest, you don't have a single principle that you're not prepared to toss out if you think it benefits your side. Google etc weren't monopolies in the days of net neutrality because it allowed others to compete. Now that the ISPs have rigged the game you lost your chance.

Net neutrality made sense because it was simple. What you want is much more sinister and complicated.

It's as complicated as asking the huge content distributors - Google, FakeBook, et al - to leave their political agendas out of their algorithms. 

I've never said there is no room for government, or government regulations, or that we should have unfettered capitalism.  You guys never seem to be able to get that straight - when we point out we don't want it overdone, that it's a slippery slope, you want to claim we don't support any regulation, any government oversight, or any restrictions on capitalism. 

The truth is we believe some is necessary - with legitimate disagreement as to specific items - but you don't want to hear that because it makes more sense than the bureaucratic monster you've created and don't want disassembled.


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Radio and Podcasts / Re: Art Bell
« on: Today at 10:08:22 AM »
TL;DR: Simply put... There would have to be a stalker, for you to be the stalker.

While possible it was more than a shadow stalker. Arts narrative doesn't ring true overall.   

You don't drop dick in the dirt, so afraid for your life you lie there for 10-20 minutes waiting for the police to arrive (terrifying your family in the process). Then once the police are on scene you report that you were shot at. Only to backtrack on your original story. Saying "It could have been a firecracker."

At that point I'm sure the police whiffed the odor of something fishy with the witness report. Huge difference between being shot at, and a firecracker going off in the distance. Art by his own words didn't really seem sure if he was shot at, or heard a firecracker...


Wasn't Heather the one who called the police, making the introduction of a possible firecracker necessary in not filing a false police report?

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Today at 09:32:04 AM »
... it's gotten hard to miss what complete frauds the mainstream media have become...

Just one example is the harassment and general treatment of women in Hollywood and in Congress itself.  Not only were the ones in Hollywood all very prominent ''Liberal''/''Progressive'' Democrats, over the years they provided a huge percentage of campaign funds for the Party.  Not only were the ones in the Congress all Democrats, they were Party leaders.  And apparently all the Democrats knew it was going on the whole time.  You know, the Party of Women's Rights.

And we've heard very little, if anything, about any that from the fake news media.  Would that have been the case if it had been prominent Republican elected officials and top contributors?  No, it would still be front page news.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Today at 09:19:13 AM »
What amazes me is that so called “progressives” that post here are in such denial about the fallacies and failures of leftest dogma and the deep rot that exists within their movement that is being brought to light more and more each day.   Even without recent revelations, some of the smarter ones figure it out by the time they are thirty or so but there are those who remain trapped in their conditioned state of stupification and aquiessence by their mindless adherence to the opinions and dictates of the sold-out MSM.  Others are obdurate fools who know full well that they have been propagandized and misled but can’t allow themselves to ackowledge it even to the point of rationalizing criminal behavior on the part their political elite.  One can only conclude that members of this group of loyal leftists are either stupid or dishonest or both.

Their professors told them how smart they were when they were able to regurgitate it in class and on tests.  They have the grades to prove it.

And you're right, they were never taught to think for themselves, and if they were to have questions about any of it their egos wouldn't allow them after all this time to admit they've been duped.  Not to mention being thrown out of the bubble by their friends.

No one has to like Trump, but it's gotten hard to miss what complete frauds the mainstream media have become, and the level of corruption and destruction being caused by the ''progressives'' - now that they've seized a major party, seized control of the media, and have figured out how to use the courts to bypass the Congress and legislate their social agenda.

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Politics / Re: ANTIFA THREAD (Threat To Society)
« on: Today at 09:11:42 AM »
This stands to be an interesting decade.

The ''black and red'' are two sides of the same coin

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Random Topics / Re: Twitter Censorship
« on: Today at 08:58:01 AM »
We are still early in the Internet Age, and finding our way in such areas as taxation and regulation, right down to law and accounting rules (see:  Bitcoin).  What we don't want is late 1800s style trusts and robber barons, which is what these entities and their top executives are beginning to resemble

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Random Topics / Re: Twitter Censorship
« on: Today at 08:40:55 AM »
How do you expect that to happen? Most companies want to be as uncontroversial as possible, that means that people on the margins/ extremes will get squeezed. Given that it's mainly people on the right complaining of being censored, what makes you think ISPs won't do the same when left to their own devices?


Net neutrality should include both ISPs and the Googles and FaceBooks, etc, that are heavily used and route internet content.  They've grown large enough to have created an oligopoly in the marketplace of use and content distribution - meaning in that area of their businesses they should be subject to monopoly restrictions and regulations. 

That is true net neutrality, and falls into the category of where capitalism fails and needs to be regulated for the common good.  In other words, now that the Obama sham has been undone, real net neutrality needs to be implemented.  This is something the Congress should legislate, not a five man panel at the FCC

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Random Topics / Re: Twitter Censorship
« on: Today at 03:26:57 AM »
Twitter is censoring #releasethememo Does not show up in trending

This is exactly why the so-called net neutrality rules needed to be redone.

Thanks to Obama coming to Silicon Valley every other week to pick up a pile of loot, and the companies contributing millons having more access to the White House than CAIR, those deciding what content we see weren't included in the rules.  Google.  FaceBook.  Twitter.  Apple.  Amazon. 

They didn't have to be ''neutral'' in what we get to see.  Only the ISPs, controling download speeds.  It's why the above companies and their Democrat buddies are freaking out over the FCC's reversal of Obama's rules that heavily favored them and their Party.  They're concerned we are going to get real net neutrality

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Random Topics / Re: Things That Annoy You
« on: Yesterday at 10:10:43 PM »
Hopeless retard, you sure you're not his roommate?

You seem grouchy

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Yesterday at 09:10:40 PM »
Yawn, more unhinged blather from the hopeless retard.

We're here for you

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Yesterday at 08:59:52 PM »
Yawn, more unhinged blather from the hopeless retard.

I've mentioned it before, but you aren't retarded, you have a diseased brain - no matter what your mother says. 

And it's nothing to be ashamed of, it's not your fault.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Yesterday at 08:55:57 PM »
Couldn't Trump just de-classify this memo and release it?...

Probably, but why do it now? 

The Ds specialize in the ''October Surprise'', usually some phony last minute accusations that they hope will swing an election.  Turnabout after decades of it seems like fair play to me, especially so if the last minute information is actually true for a change

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Random Topics / Re: Things That Annoy You
« on: Yesterday at 08:21:48 PM »
Hahaha.  There is a bright side to living with liars.  It's that they generally (not always) are lazy.  And lazy people can be counted on to be non-confrontational, slow, dimwitted, careless, have low standards, forgetful, and have low self-respect, etc...  Which means that as long as I don't rock the whole boat,  I can surreptitiously control, be devious, opportunize, and have the moral upper hand, all while appearing helpful.  Works alright, when I remember...

Sounds like the perfect living situation

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Yesterday at 08:18:19 PM »
The answer to every question about you, rhetorical or otherwise, is that you are genuinely a hopeless retard.

You are probably in the top 1% of all Americans and Canadians when it comes to germ awareness.  How can you calmly go about your day, knowing they are on our skin, inside our bodies, in the air, food, and water? Such a waste, nonchalantly keeping this information to yourself, and not acting on it. 

Frightening pathogens, crawling, floating, penetrating, reproducing, looking for any advantage, any weakness, to inflict their worst.  There must be trillions of them on our skin, in our guts, all around us.     

What should we do?

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Yesterday at 08:04:21 PM »
You've been played

Secret Memo Was Actually Written by GOP Staffers
January 19, 2018 at 9:35 pm ESTBy Taegan Goddard104 Comments
“House Republicans spent the end of the workweek telling everyone who would listen that the American people must be allowed to see a top-secret four-page document that could bring an end to special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russian interference with the 2016 elections,” the HuffPost reports.

“One thing about that document: Republican staffers wrote it.”

“The document, which alleges abuses of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act during the FBI’s quiet counterintelligence investigation into the Trump campaign in the final months of the 2016 election, was actually compiled by Republican staffers on the House Intelligence Committee. That committee voted along partisan lines this week to allow any member of Congress to take a peek at the document themselves. Republican members soon flocked to a secure room to read the memo written by their allies — and then ran to tell the press about it.”

I told you a year ago that the Obama Administration - knowing the requirements were considerably lower in obtaining FISO warrants - lied to federal judges in order to get them; in fact used them to spy on Trump, the Trump campaign, and the Trump transition team; illegally unmasked Trump and his associates; illegally spread it to various federal agencies; and illegally leaked information to the media.

There was no other way the information could have ended up with the Fake News Media. 

That an investigation showed this to be the case isn't a surprise, it would have been a surprise if it hadn't.  Regardless of who did the investigation and wrote the memo.  What, you thought the felons themselves - or their supporters - would write the memo?

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Yesterday at 07:54:13 PM »
There are still 95 million under employed.

You guys need to get your talking points straight.  After the strong recovery and employment growth under Trump was pointed out, the ecomomic illiterates on this board denied the fact that the unemployed and underemployed didn't end up getting back on their feet under the Obama ''recovery''.  They said everything was fine when Trump took office.

That we've had the growth we've had over the past year, and the number of new jobs created - and yet still have the unemployed and underemployed you mentioned - points out the level of failure reached over the previous eight years.  Thanks for your contribution.

You would also be quite correct in pointing out he was the first president to never reach 3% growth in any year of his administration.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Yesterday at 07:45:04 PM »
So the left is celebrating the govt shutdown. But they’re blaming Trump for it. But their party voted for it. But they didn’t want it but they did. “They voted for it before they voted against it.”

Poor lemmings, even they don’t know what they think...

Since the Fake News Media is part of their coalition, they know they can get away with the hypocracy.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Yesterday at 05:50:21 PM »
Actually answer the questions this time hopeless retard or get lost.

It was a rhetorical question, but thanks anyway

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What a fucking disgusting pigsty. Jesus fucking Christ, he should be put down like a rabid dog, that's essentially what he is. Treating him like a Homo sapiens is an insult to humankind.





When you buy something on Ebay, assume it's coming from a place like this

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Yesterday at 05:42:53 PM »
You've been played...

Jeez, they could put that on your tombstone, germ man

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Yesterday at 05:41:46 PM »
I see the mindless hero worship gets even more mindless.

Will Pocahontas be there to instruct them on how to take employment positions reserved for Native Americans and other minorities?

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Yes, I watched the video, but the volume was too low, and I could not raise it.  There is a mumble in the background as you are taken through rows and rows of guberment.

Has he made a plea to Norry for help?  Norry could tell everyone to subscribe and he would be over the threshold in one night.  I am sure Norry owes him.  Norry owes everyone.

And everyone owes Falkie

Especially Pud and Laura.  One would think they could get enough of their friends to subscribe to push him over the top by themselves

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Yesterday at 12:33:45 PM »
Never happen. He's way too chicken. Palos Verdes is in California

Dec 28, 2017 · Trump is the first president in decades not to visit California, the most populous and economically powerful state - LA Times

Frankly, we could use the break after the previous grifter, er, president seemed to be here every other weekend to collect cash from either the Hollywood groper elite or the greedy GoogleFacebookTwitterApple sleasebags

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... A caller, very obviously an African American male, to the point of it sounds like parody asks the guest...

In any case, I believe the proper term here is 'aks'...

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Sometimes this show can still drop my jaw when it comes to human stupidity.

Jimmy Church, who is the slimiest of the Coast fill-in hosts has a typical Coast guest, somebody named Cory. I have barely listened as I'm doing work and chatting with a friend at the same time, once in a while I hear the guest talking about aliens, giants, etc

A caller, very obviously an African American male, to the point of it sounds like parody asks the guest a question 'Do you think we went into Iraq to get one of those giants to get their DNA?' 

I do notice Coast gets a lot of calls from black men, black people love crazy shit, they will believe anything. Brought up exposed to fundamentalist Christianity, lack of education, makes sense why they are apt to believe in almost anything but science.

Coast has to have the whitest audience of all the radio talk shows.  They almost have to be paid callers.

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Yes, of course, it was the other way round for you. I'm sure Senda reimbursed your gas money when you went to see him. After all, 'it's what you do'.

I didn't even have to promise to leave him any old magazines if i pass on

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Yesterday at 08:00:43 AM »
False, hopeless retard, you agreed to provide answers to two months of your responses where you dodged questions...

Aw, you didn't like my answers.  No surprise there.

If I ever need Democrat talking points on some issue, I'll let you know

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Yesterday at 07:59:16 AM »
Not better than a Clinton Presidency

Any of them would habe been better than Hilary Clinton.  Even Barry Sanders, although him not by much.

The Clinton's abuse of office as cover for their corrupt dealings - for personal gain and political advantage, ongoing from the Arkansas days; the corruption and abuse of power of the Obama Administration in furthering partisan politics - including multiple felonies in various operations; his thumbing his nose at the limits to his office, knowing the media would take his side, knowing he wouldn't get serious push-back from the Congress; his divisiveness and destructiveness to both advance his party and to damage the country - these would have been her starting points.

Jeb would have just been another fake conservative, blundering along, frightened by the mean Democrats and pretend journalists.

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Politics / Re: Race & I.Q.
« on: Yesterday at 12:57:26 AM »

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