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Senator Mark Warner (D-VA) says the Russians hired a thousand "bloggers" to post things (undefined) and influence the election. That seems to be his chief complaint.
How many of you Bellgabbers were influenced in your voting by our own "Canadian" poster 136 or 142? Do you believe that 1000-Russians posting on the Internet really influenced to election?
From the Panama papers, Podesta's emails and financial disclosures it appears at this point that the Russians probably phished Podesta because he and his brother were deeply in business with them. All the Hillary related stuff was simply a bonus they exploited.
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Ultimately Paper Boy is a poser, he lives in San Francisco around the bay area which is a Liberal Mecca. Liberal ideals may disgust him, but he loves living in the economic and cultural prosperity SF Liberals provide. I'm sure he can give many convoluted tall tales about how Conservatives/Libertarians made the place so GREAT that it still prospers despite almost 50 years of Liberal domination. Yes, our beloved keyboard commando should put his money where his mouth is, proving hes not all bloviation. Moving to a Conservative Mecca would be befitting. Where his screeds would indeed succeed...
*Uh California Neo-libertarian in King Donalds Court
Rush Limbaughs birthplace would be befitting of his political leanings. A land where PB can really bask in the Conservative Libertarian economic and cultural prosperity that is the Cape. Our Fearless Leader MV < Praise MV > can show him the best that Taint, MO has to offer. The architectural beauty of Bill Emerson Bridge for example, a bridge built to escape nowhere.
Under the bridge they can see a crowd gathering witnessing a common occurrence, yet another meth-head fucking his sister. Everyone is yelling, throwing their hands in the air excitedly at the horrid high-stakes event unfolding before them. Taken aback PB joins in the fray to shout the meth addled dirtbag down. Which turns to frozen silence, once PB realizes the fray wasn't quite what it seemed. The frenzied crowd was placing bets. Wagering on the outcome of who comes first, the meth-head, his sister, or the cops.
MV sees PB is a little shaken from the towns unsanctioned gaming, so takes him for a drink at the pub. Meeting up with the guys to take the edge off. Only the best entertainment in town for their guest. They decide to really paint the town red. 32 is pretty much the apex of cultural entertainment around town. The object of Thirty-two is simple. Count the number of women it takes to make a complete set of teeth. Whoever has the highest female count buys the next round. The guy with the smallest female count tries to get those women to date him simultaneously, so he can have bragging rights. About him being on a date involving a full set of teeth.
Papes at this point is deeply contemplating the move to this holy land, while nursing his Budweiser with disdain. His newfound brethren pick up on this vibe, and decide it's time to go elsewhere. With much bluster and pomp in their voices they spin tales of a place so good it's great, so huge it's amazing, with views unlike any other. Views that will make your head spin. PB feels this is a winning proposition, casts his vote to go see this wondrous place. Filled with excitement, he realizes along the way his band of brothers didn't tell him their destination.
The Jeep stops, PB looks around. This place looks nothing like the grandiose claims made. Once everyone is out of the Jeep PB wants to know where hes at, to which he receives no reply. Eventually MV says, "This is Trumps Bluff, do you know how it works?" PBs reply is a dubious expression, to the seemingly nonsensical question. The impasse is broken when the guys grab PB, bending him over and taking turns slipping him the dong, dry. PB struggles to no avail, demanding they stop. Yet, they did not stop. Why, you ask? The crew from the Cape knew it was clear case of fake news. PB was simply playing hard to get. Because when a clown with orange hair and makeup bends him over and is dry running him, PB can't get enough.
Poser Libertarian stranded, dazed, and confused, in the heart of Tuh Donalds court. Butthurt is his only consolation. Fear not! Our beloved keyboard commando will spread his embittered alternative facts of that night, as far and wide as his newly reamed anus.
...And that was the story of him.
<*Even though this narrative is all bloviation, it's just as valid most of Paper Boys bloviating narratives. >
You may want to read the article again, a little more closely. But first remember: Salon is an opinion journal and this is an opinion piece - regardless of what they may claim.
According to this piece, the Rs offered 210 amendments, of which 161 were accepted. Except reading it a little more closely - as well as following their link to Ezra Klein's column, and reading that - the ''amendments'' attributed to the Rs were written by the Ds: ''the final Democratic proposals have contained multiple GOP planks''.
First off, including ''core planks'' in the legislation is not the same as adding amendments. Amendments are proposals to legislation after it's been drafted, and each is voted on separately. These ''planks'' were included by the Ds, in the original legislation, and were not voted on separately. Which means they were not amendments, and we don't know what the Rs thought about the actual language of them - since there were no separate votes taken on them.
Second, having the Ds write in this legislation in an attempt to draw Republican votes is not the same as accepting language (amendments) the Rs wanted. The various issues these ''planks'' addressed may or may not have been acceptable, and may not have even addressed the key points.
By reading this piece carefully, these were not ''Republican Amendments''. Although it was crafted in a way that's the impression they wanted to give the reader. So, you know, more misleading Fake News from the usual purveyors.
MV wants to follow Art's lead and retire. He figures he has a head start in breaking Art's record.Why can't it be THIS guy?
A happy ending for MV??? Huh, what? MV is ending? Does MV know this?
The first annual BellGabathon will be happening in April. ... and give MV the happy ending he deserves...
How's Dark City coming along