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Politics / Re: dude weed lol
« on: October 13, 2018, 01:47:09 PM »
No; you're just a dick, that's all.

I think you believe that your personal judgements trump factual discourse.

But all that does is leave me all the pavement to drive some points home.


Politics / Re: Who Is Q ANON?
« on: October 13, 2018, 01:44:26 PM »
Oct 9 2018

Q !!mG7VJxZNCI No.373  📁
Oct 9 2018 20:42:13 (EST)
Statement release 10.9.18 [p_AUTHORITY1]
General Statement:
We understand that there is extreme fatigue and frustration re: the wheels of justice [slow].
Exclude emotion and personal desire, instead use logic and critical thinking based on situational awareness [undo a lifetime of evil & corruption [infestation] in the span of less than 2 years w/ a corrupt DOJ & FBI in place?].
[Process & Planning – Law and Order]
[Military OP]
How can you make arrests [non military] prior to first fully cleaning out corrupt elements [at the top] of those departments [FBI][DOJ] that oversee ‘investigation & prosecution’ in the United States [they [themselves] are the very ones engaged in the illegal treasonous acts]?
James Comey, Director – FIRED
Andrew McCabe, Deputy Director - FIRED
Jim Rybicki, Chief of Staff and Senior Counselor – FIRED
James Baker, General Counsel – FIRED
Bill Priestap, Director of Counterintelligence (Strzok’s boss) – Cooperating witness [power removed]
Peter Strzok, Deputy Assistant Director of Counterintelligence – FIRED
Lisa Page, Office of General Counsel – FIRED/FORCED
Mike Kortan, Assistant Director for Public Affairs – FIRED
Josh Campbell, Special Assistant to Comey – FIRED
David Laufman, Chief of the Justice Department’s Counterintelligence and Export Control Section [NAT SEC - HRC email invest] - FIRED/FORCE
John Carlin, Assistant Attorney General – Head of DOJ’s National Security Division - FIRED/FORCED
Sally Yates, Deputy Attorney General & Acting Attorney General - FIRED
Mary McCord, Acting Assistant Attorney General – Acting Head of DOJ’s National Security Division - FIRED/FORCED
Bruce Ohr, Associate Deputy Attorney General – Demoted 2x - cooperating witness [power removed] - TERMINATION IMMINENT
Rachel Brand, Associate Attorney General – No. 3 official behind Deputy AG Rosenstein - FIRED/FORCED
[Batter’s Box]
Michael Steinbach
John Glacalone
Randy Coleman
Trisha Anderson📁
Kevin Clinesmith
Tashina Gauhar
Sally Moyer
How do you ensure those prosecuted [non military] would receive an impartial judgement based on the RULE OF LAW?
Think Federal Judge rulings [obstruction] [POTUS’ granted CONSTITUTIONAL authority].
How do you ensure 'appeals' to the U.S. Supreme Court are evaluated impartially > based on the RULE OF LAW?
Think Justice K (5 to 4).
Military Law v Criminal Law
“Enemy Combatant”
How do you navigate around installed BLOCKADE?
[MUELLER] designed to take-in evidence needed to ‘expose’ DS [DOJ block re: Mueller ‘evidence’ ongoing investigation].
[MUELLER] designed to limit POTUS’ ability to maneuver.
[MUELLER] designed to ‘stall-for-time’ until MIDTERM ELECTIONS to TERMINATE all HOUSE / SENATE ongoing investigations.
[MUELLER] designed to ‘safeguard’ D_PARTY_BASE false narrative re: RUSSIA COLLUSION [POTUS CHEATED – EVIL – SKY FALLING] in effort to DIVIDE and MOBILIZE for future protests, riots, threats, violence, FF’s, etc.
[MUELLER] designed to provide FAKE NEWS w/ ammunition to sway public opinion, obstruct foreign + domestic agenda, fuel impeachment/removal, fuel anti-POTUS [DIVISION] [prevent UNITY], etc..
[MUELLER] designed to demonstrate to foreign players that OLD GUARD still pulls strings.
[MUELLER] designed to mobilize D_PARTY for MIDTERM VOTE WIN.
[MUELLER] designed to push D_PARTY backers to DONATE [GOFUNDME – D_PARTY].
[MUELLER] designed as PUBLIC OUTCRY EXCUSE should criminal charges be brought against them [‘we are being ‘politically’ attacked because MUELLER…].
How do you REMOVE installed BLOCKADE?
How do you navigate around installed corrupt [FBI][DOJ]?
Who must authorize firing of FBI/DOJ officials?
Why did McCabe try to take SESSIONS out?📁
No. 175
Logical thinking v clickbait.

Politics / Re: dude weed lol
« on: October 13, 2018, 01:41:48 PM »

Radio and Podcasts / Re: The BartCast
« on: October 13, 2018, 01:40:26 PM »
She once referred to me as one of “her people” because I dropped a Morrisey vid. I guess that all changed for her. Such a fickle heart! Liberals just want us to agree that whatever they’re going through at any moment is reality. Can’t y’all get down with that?! Racists! ::)


You've been listening to Kanye & the new Trumpy "minstrels"


Random Topics / Re: Ask Jackstar Anything
« on: October 13, 2018, 01:37:46 PM »

Radio and Podcasts / Re: George Noory Sucks! - The Definitive Compendium
« on: October 13, 2018, 01:33:09 PM »

...thank you Joorch...


Politics / Re: dude weed lol
« on: October 13, 2018, 01:30:40 PM »
Only insofar as it is relevant to exposing political dichotomy. Do you have a cute little icon for that? Asking for a friend.

Is it impossible for you to share relevant topical data?
By Juan Forero
January 1, 2014
ITUMBIARA, Brazil — This should be a golden era here on Brazil’s farming frontier, where some of the world’s biggest corporations have invested billions of dollars in land, equipment and mills to turn sugar cane into ethanol.

The allure for these giants is Brazil itself, where most cars are built to run on the biofuel. An even bigger, largely untapped market awaits in the United States, where environmental standards favor cane-based ethanol over corn ethanol. Then there is China, with its growing, formidable fleet of cars.

To get the fuel to consumers, crews are building an 800-mile system of pipelines and river barges designed to carry billions of liters from here in central Brazil to bustling ports on the Atlantic. That, at least, was the plan.

But oil — the fuel that ethanol was supposed to be slowly replacing — got in the way.

Cane producers here in Goias state, where plantations can extend 250,000 acres, still churn out ethanol. But the industry is being challenged by forces that could not have been foreseen a half-
decade ago, when this country was being hailed by its president as the Saudi Arabia of ethanol.

The hydraulic-fracturing, or fracking, boom in the American Midwest, which unlocked cheap gas and oil from tight shale formations, has swiftly reduced the need for ethanol in the United States. Brazil, too, made its own discoveries — huge oil deposits offshore, four miles deep and under a cap of salt called the pre-salt.

Then, in a policy decision that has had major implications for ethanol here, Brazil’s government slashed taxes on gasoline, making it cheaper than ethanol for motorists.

“The scenario that we had a half-decade ago is not what we have anymore,” said Mauricio Muruci, who analyzes the ethanol industry here. “We are not thinking about ethanol in our future. We are thinking about pre-salt oil and shale gas.”

Radio and Podcasts / Re: The BartCast
« on: October 13, 2018, 01:27:36 PM »

So far, largely just you.

Only because Pud and Ace of Schlubs are MIA...





He predicted this false flag 2.5 months earlier. Even went as far as saying Bin Laden would be blamed. Bill Cooper was one hell of an informed guy and a real Patriot.

Politics / Re: dude weed lol
« on: October 13, 2018, 01:20:35 PM »
Is this thread still about weed?!

Hemp fuel nominally, until I mentioned the preceding switchgrass non-event...


Random Topics / Re: Ask Liberace Anything
« on: October 13, 2018, 01:17:40 PM »
We'll probably just gather around the Packard Bell and read the comments here.

Random Topics / Re: Thank You Michael!
« on: October 13, 2018, 01:13:53 PM »

Radio and Podcasts / Re: Kingdom of Nye With Heather Wade
« on: October 13, 2018, 01:12:17 PM »
Dave gets the not very vaunted "perfunctory host" award, which recognizes hard work over charisma and chuztpah.

I think if he had Giorgio's hair this would all be a moot point...

...just sayin'...


Politics / Re: Hillary Clinton
« on: October 13, 2018, 01:07:52 PM »

Radio and Podcasts / Re: The BartCast
« on: October 13, 2018, 01:04:57 PM »
First we'd need to establish a baseline for the number of dildos you encounter in a typical day before any meaningful comparison can be attempted. Unless you were just saying that you prefer the real thing to a synthetic substitute. Not that there's anything wrong etc...

Haven't you a kozy little kebab takeaway to while your insipid life away in?

Politics / Re: dude weed lol
« on: October 13, 2018, 01:00:41 PM »
Oh, you mean like your very first post in this thread? You reap what you sow.

YOU were the one that set the meme theme, not I - ergo your crop just came in as you planted it.

Further, it's adorable how you shitted up the first page of replies, and then managed to post the first post at the top of the second page with information that, to a casual observer, might lead them to consider the possibility that you aren't simply a drooling division retard.

Devoid of factual rejoinders or even basic subject commentary you return to the utterly trite and obfuscatory formatting flame.

Funny thing is...the data I posted remains relevant, topical, and far past your apparently limited capacities to rebut or reply on point.

Carry on.

Don't mind if I your preferred cartoonish manner:

Politics / Re: Voter fraud - 2016
« on: October 13, 2018, 12:54:33 PM »
For the bennies.

= freebies!

And the lamestream liars have finally admitted it's now 22 MILLION!


Random Topics / Re: Music
« on: October 13, 2018, 12:52:33 PM »

Radio and Podcasts / Re: The BartCast
« on: October 13, 2018, 12:50:49 PM »
Why did Arby's decide to use a dildo for their logo?

Why does your fascist state want to regulate pizzas?


Pizzas must shrink or lose their toppings under Government plans to cap the calories in thousands of meals sold in restaurants and supermarkets.

Pies, ready meals and sandwiches will also be subject to the new proposed calorie limits, in a desperate bid to tackle Britain’s obesity crisis.

Under the draft proposals, a standard pizza for one should contain no more than 928 calories - far less than many sold by takeaways, restaurants and shops.  And the recommendations suggest that a savoury pie should contain no more than 695 calories.

Public Health England (PHE) said “drastic” measures were needed to combat Britain’s obesity crisis.

Their plans will see recommended limits on thousands of regularly consumed foods, including cooking sauces, soups, burgers and processed meats.

Apparently Englies are so irresponsible that they all ought to have been kept on WW2 rations in their own best interest of course!

"Please Mum, may I have another bowl of porridge?"

Archive of Old Threads / Re: Favorite TV Shows
« on: October 13, 2018, 12:46:29 PM »
Wow - 14 seasons!

Looks like some of the schtick was influenced by:

Depressing really, was that the intention? :'(

Politics / Re: Voter fraud - 2016
« on: October 13, 2018, 12:34:59 PM »

The California Department of Motor Vehicles is under fire after it was discovered that illegal aliens in the state had been registered to vote.

The problem came to light when the Los Angeles Times ran a story on Canadian who found he was mistakenly registered to vote while trying to replace his driver’s license, prompting a closer look by the paper and authorities.

The AP News reports that this is just one of many issues the CADMV has been experiencing.

The DMV said about 1,500 people may have been incorrectly registered between April 23 and Sept. 25 because of a “processing error.” That includes legal residents who are not citizens, although the DMV says none of the people mistakenly registered are people living in the country illegally.

Incorrect registrations will be canceled by the secretary of state, DMV spokeswoman Jessica Gonzalez said.

DMV Director Jean Shiomoto and California Department of Technology Director Amy Tong notified the secretary of state about the problem in a Monday letter. It’s the latest issue the department has reported with its new “motor voter” registration system. Last month, the department announced it may have botched about 23,000 voter registrations because of a separate error.

The California Department of Motor Vehicles’ acknowledgement this week that it botched 23,000 voter registrations is raising new questions about whether it can be trusted to register voters at a time when election integrity is under renewed scrutiny nationwide.

That was NOT an "error"!

Those are our Demotarded replacement voters!

 >:( >:( >:( >:(

Politics / Re: dude weed lol
« on: October 13, 2018, 12:31:08 PM »
Your micro meme answers are dismissive and self-referential.

You have something to declare as to "the problem" - use the English language to describe what YOU think "the problem" is and quit presuming everyone is tuned in to your personal wavelength.

There's no Twitter bandwidth cap here, so out with it and stop intimating in lieu of stating, please!

If your thesis is that we need a national ethanol economy (due to China, OPEC, etc.) then research what ethanol did to Brazil back in the 1980s and how that sugar cane fairy tale came to a not so wondrous wreckage:

Simply making claims sans context, data points, or examination of the relevant micro and macro factors is starting to paint you in the light of little more than a opinion tyrant, and frankly we have a national overage of those on the left as it is, we don't need foot-stamping and orders from the right.

We need factual analysis and digestible solutions.

And don't forget their 25 amendment to try and have Trump declared "incompetent", right from the same playbook they used to demonize Kanye West for his alleged "mental illness".
Rosa Brooks
Foreign Policy
Are we really stuck with this guy? It's the question being asked around the globe, because Donald Trump's first week as president has made it all too clear: Yes, he is as crazy as everyone feared.

(Wow - this hateful biotch thinks she can diagnose "crazy" in one fucking week?!?!?! My GOD!)

n these dark days, some around the globe are finding solace in the 25th Amendment to the Constitution. This previously obscure amendment states that "the Vice President and a majority of … the principal officers of the executive departments" can declare the president "unable to discharge the powers and duties of his office," in which case "the Vice President shall immediately assume the powers and duties of the office as Acting President."

This is option three for getting rid of Trump: an appeal to Vice President Mike Pence's ambitions. Surely Pence wants to be president himself one day, right? Pence isn't exactly a political moderate — he's been unremittingly hostile to gay rights, he's a climate change skeptic, etc. — but, unappealing as his politics may be to many Americans, he does not appear to actually be insane. (This is the new threshold for plausibility in American politics: "not actually insane.")

Presumably, Pence is sane enough to oppose rash acts involving, say, the evisceration of all U.S. military alliances, or America's first use of nuclear weapons - and presumably, if things got bad enough, other Trump cabinet members might also be inclined to oust their boss and replace him with his vice president. Congress would have to acquiesce in a permanent 25th Amendment removal, but if Pence and half the cabinet declared Trump unfit, even a Republican-controlled Congress would likely fall in line.

The fourth possibility is one that until recently I would have said was unthinkable in the United States of America: a military coup, or at least a refusal by military leaders to obey certain orders.

This nation is in a very BAD place!

Politics / Re: Hillary Clinton
« on: October 13, 2018, 12:13:33 PM »
Q !!mG7VJxZNCI No.306  📁
Sep 28 2018 11:37:24 (EST)
D's Playbook (Midterm E):
We will impeach Justice K (ZERO corroborating evidence and ALL factual witnesses provided by accuser ALL DENIED ALLEGATIONS) should we take control in NOV.
These people are EVIL, SICK, & STUPID.
You are watching/witnessing the systematic destruction of the OLD GUARD.
But, of course, Anons already knew D's playbook re: KAV.
Think 2/3rd Senate vote req to impeach [impossible].

Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: October 13, 2018, 12:08:08 PM »
No, it was not 'stupid' or 'sad', any more than it is when some championship team visits the White House or when Obummer's coterie of like celebrity "minds" was welcomed through time and again - it's equal parts lobbying and basic PR!

It has always happened, and it always will - the White House is not a walled isolation ward, not yet why blame the Trump White House for putting the cameras on a positive interaction between the President and several significant figure representing the black population's interests nationally.

Did the lamestream media make it into a negative? Yes. That is their chosen endgame.

That's why 92% of the news coverage Trump receives is negative! They make it so.

Did they commensurately assault Obama's little lefty friends? Hell no!

Celebrities at the White House include Oprah Winfrey, actors Brad Pitt, George Clooney and Denzel Washington, and tennis star Serena Williams. Journalists include Paul Krugman, the New York Times columnist and Nobel Prize winner in economics.
Religious and civil rights figures Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson also visited.

What is soul-destroyingly sad is to see our functionally insane leftarded lamestream media attack Kanye West as a "race traitor" for not marching in lockstep to THEIR proscribed dogma.

And please note that they have been far too timid to assault aging NFL Hall of Famer Jim Brown who sat right there next to him!


“Kanye West is what happens when negroes don’t read.”

That is how CNN commentator Bakari Sellers, who is black, responded to Kanye West’s meeting in the Oval Office this week with President Donald Trump. Sellers made his insulting remarks on the CNN Tonight program with host Don Lemon, who is also an African American, precipitating approving laughter from Lemon, and fellow commentator Tara Setmayer, who is also black.

Setmayer was particularly vicious in her insults of West because he dared to speak favorably of Trump, calling him “an attention whore like the president,” adding, “Black folks are about to trade Kanye West in the racial draft,” dismissing West as “the token Negro of the Trump Administration.”

There were even insinuations that West has mental problems, supposedly explaining his wearing a “Make America Great Again” cap at the White House.

While the term “negro,” which simply means “black” in Spanish, may not be specifically racist, it is more of an archaic term little used today except as it was used by Sellers — as a calculated insult.

Lemon refused to back down on Thursday in CNN’s The Situation Room. Lemon said, “What I saw was a minstrel show.… [West] in front of all these white people, mostly white people embarrassing himself and embarrassing Americans but mostly African Americans because every one of them is siting either at home or with their phones watching this, cringing.” (Emphasis added).

Note that Lemon implied that every single black person in America thinks as he does — and not like Kanye West. That is the very definition of racist — defining everything according to race.

You want to cry some media-driven tears, shed them for any man being called a race traitor simply for expressing support for our President and dialoging with him over the direction his policies need to go for black Americans.

THAT is fascism lived large.

Be afraid, be very afraid...because when this nation flies apart into a class/race war so too will your fair land feel the shock waves of economic destruction and social unrest.


Politics / Re: dude weed lol
« on: October 12, 2018, 05:40:57 PM »
Now what Trump is doing will wash some of the artificial gubmint costs out of refining if properly implemented:

These credits originally sold for a few cents a gallon under the system supervised by the E.P.A. But as an unregulated trading market has emerged, the price has swung wildly for the credits, which are known as RINs, for Renewable Identification Numbers.

The ethanol RIN price approached $1.50 a gallon in the 2013 bubble before falling below 25 cents. And it recently spiked at nearly $1 before slipping back somewhat.

Ethanol is broadly unpopular in the oil industry, largely because biofuels compete with petroleum products for market share. And many say the policy to promote ethanol is antiquated after a six-year drilling frenzy in the United States that has resulted in reduced imports and cheap gasoline.

But the industry is divided on the question of who should be responsible for RIN purchases — those who refine gasoline, as is now the case, or those who blend gasoline with ethanol or other biofuels.
The Trump administration will seek to reform two parts of the nation's policy to promote biofuels, marking its latest attempt to reach a mutually beneficial outcome for two of the president's key constituencies: the fossil fuel industry and farm states.

President Donald Trump on Tuesday ordered acting EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler to take measures that would lift barriers to the summertime sale of E15, a type of gasoline-biofuel blend, according to a senior White House official. The change is calculated to shore up demand for biofuels such as corn-based ethanol and boost the fortunes of farmers.

Regulations effectively restrict the sale of E15 from the beginning of June through the middle of September at gas stations throughout much of the country.

At the same time, the Trump administration will aim to limit speculation in the market for biofuel credits, the official told reporters Monday. The nation's refiners have long complained that the obscure market is flawed, resulting in price spikes that drive up the cost of complying with federal rules and putting financial pressure on small refineries.
Tackling trade in biofuel credits

The administration will also start the federal rule-making process to address the energy industry's concerns about the market for biofuel credits, the official said.

Refiners generate the credits — known as Renewable Identification Numbers, or RINs — when they blend biofuels into gasoline. Refiners that aren't able to blend biofuels must purchase RINs from their competitors.

New regulations under consideration include limiting trading in the credits to refiners and fuel importers, the official said. That would cut out traders who are not linked to refining businesses but are allowed to trade in RINs. Refiners often blame these traders for wild price swings that can raise the cost of compliance for small refineries.

RINs prices were particularly volatile last year. Analysts say Trump's decision to appoint the billionaire investor Carl Icahn as a regulatory advisor fed that volatility. Icahn holds a majority stake in refinery operator CVR Energy and sought changes to biofuels rules that would benefit refiners, but the administration did not adopt his ideas.

Sens. Grassley and Ernst rejected Cruz's proposal to cap RINs prices following a White House meeting in February.

Random Topics / Re: Ask Liberace Anything
« on: October 12, 2018, 05:31:11 PM »
Many are - post often! :)

Politics / Re: dude weed lol
« on: October 12, 2018, 05:28:56 PM »
It's cute how you clearly agree with me

That we need a viable domestic cellulosic as well as biodiesel energy presence (both as a hedge on oil and as an economic engine) is not under dispute. How we get one and maintain one however is. Just saying "fuck 'em" to Mr. Market is always a losing hand, as I have demonstrated in adequate detail.

but can't be bothered to make your post legible.

Oh it's quite legible even if I did miss a quote bracket break somewhere; stop obfuscating and come to factual dialog, please.

Or is it really that you can't bring valid data points to delineate why the refiners (for example) are so negative on biofuels.

Biofuel blending costs were $173 million in the second quarter of 2016, which was $117 million higher than the second quarter of 2015. Valero continues to expect such costs to be between $750 million and $850 million for 2016.

Ethanol results

Elsewhere, Valero’s ethanol segment reported $69 million of operating income ($49 million of adjusted operating income) for the second quarter of 2016 compared to $108 million of operating income for the second quarter of 2015.

Ethanol production volumes averaged 3.8 million gallons per day in the second quarter of 2016, which was consistent with the second quarter of 2015. Valero said expects ethanol demand to remain strong given high gasoline demand in the US and “attractive economics for corn-based ethanol exports”.

Profit drop

Overall profits for Valero plunged 40% in the second quarter as a glut of petroleum products weighs on prices and trims margins.

Did they tell you that was effective at Quantico?

Wow, you're going to run that same FBI lame you used with Palladin on me?

Come on jack, you're better than that.  :o

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