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Unfortunately, LS, Burke didn't say that. George Santayana did say something similar.
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--Cute--the WaPo judges itself blameless in this.-- Just like NRO. That leaves us short one sensory deprived monkey.
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--i read today in Red State that a Cincy bar owner invited the kids and Phillips to a beer summit. Phillips refused with some speficity as to why. but i read later elsewhere that he is reconsidering. not sure if amends are on the table. but from the sounds of it, an effort was attempted to de-escalate the immediate situation.-- Uh, no. He is reconsidering whether he should call for student expulsions which at first he didn't think were called for, because Sandmann didn't kiss his ass. Read this link from above. It doesn't matter what color he is, whether he's a spirit filled dude or whether he fought in Viet Nam or drank an ocean of booze. His actions and words demonstrate he is a first rate, top shelf, Grade A bona fide asshole of the first water. Period.
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That dude needs to be sent back to his corner so Angelo Dundee can wipe the excess Vaseline off his face.
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Commie vomits, other commies lap it up; The Face of Supremacy, the Face of Patriarchy; Why the Face of Supremacy, Patriarchy, and Violence Smirks. Even after they know the truth is the opposite of what they write they cling to their idiocies. Especially entertaining at the end where he admits others might interpret things differently than he does and proceeds to demonstrate how by interpreting them exactly as he does, only a little worse. Their minds are gone, replaced by their glands.
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This comment fits better on this thread anyway; The MFM's game seems not too well thought out. They have to know constantly being caught in lies alienates the marginal and "independent" types and is why they are thought even less of than lawyers. Their base is already frenetic. All progs ever say is how they are destined to conquer all via demographics. But their strategy only works with an influx of new progs, because they are absolutely running off native people far faster than they're gaining them [ie Blexit, #walkaway]. The Wall is an existential threat and they know it, as does Trump, hence their screeching insanity about it. And Trump himself with his unapologetic appeal to minorities is as well, hence their screeching insanity about him. They don't hate him and his followers because they're a threat to an America they actually despise. They hate us because we're the first real threat to them they have faced.
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New thread.
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The MFM's game seems not too well thought out. They have to know constantly being caught in lies alienates the marginal and "independent" types and is why they are thought even less of than lawyers. Their base is already frenetic. All progs ever say is how they are destined to conquer all via demographics. But their strategy only works with an influx of new progs, because they are absolutely running off native people far faster than they're gaining them [ie Blexit, #walkaway]. The Wall is an existential threat and they know it, as does Trump, hence their screeching insanity about it. And Trump himself with his unapologetic appeal to minorities is as well, hence their screeching insanity about him. They don't hate him and his followers because they're a threat to an America they actually despise. They hate us because we're the first real threat to them they have faced.
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I don't think KK was in any way excusing the guy. I took him to mean, if the guy is honorable [unlikely IMO] or at least capable of shame, he'll make amends. If not there will be consequences from his own people and [I'm less sure on this part] the spiritual realm. Guy seems like a bit of a nutjob to me.
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Buckeye, KK says only bones carry the bad ju-ju. Which is good because we dug up all sorts of arrow heads and beads. The Indians around here used acorns as their staple crop. There are all sorts of large limestone and granite outcroppings known as grinding rocks where they ground the acorns into flour. They wore holes into the rocks 6-10 inches deep and about 6 inches in diameter as they did the ol mortar and pestle thing. Now they dig deep holes in Asian's pockets at the local casino, while another large one goes up about 15 miles away.
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On the other hand I was accused of bulldozing a manzanita field that was growing on a supposed Indian burial ground. I didn't turn up any bones and so far I get out of bed with only minimal difficulty nearly every morning.
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--finders keepers, unless you find bones. bad ju ju-- Hmmm...apparently my maternal grandpa dug up a set of Miwok remains while plowing a wheat field on the family ranch. I never knew him because shortly before I was born he fell getting out of bed and broke his neck and croaked.
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--What they need to do is overturn Sullivan - so the media can be held liable for defamation like the rest of us are.-- Abso-frickin-lutely. But even a judge might have a hard time declaring these kids public figures. though I think there is some case law that if the defamation makes you a public figure you are one. Why, it's almost like a license to calumny.
I give everyone one guess who will be to blame by morning for all these psycho progs attacking a bunch of innocent kids.
Nick Sandmann shoulda put a sleeper hold on that cigar store injun. I see a lucrative WWE career for the guy if he bulks up a little.
--Disheartened, Ig. There are more and more of them.-- But you're one of those glass-half-empty-and-what's-there-is-probably-urine Eeyore Ledge dweller dudes, AB. More and more of them just means a target rich environment.
Sometimes I don't know whether to be heartened these insane progs continue to demonstrate to sane and decent people how awful they are or disheartened that there are so many insane progs.
Mahomes isn't a rookie is he?
Every single story, but one, on the Bing search page still talks about the evil Covington kids taunting the hapless, helpless Indigenous Butthole. The one exception is a NYT headline which says a "a fuller picture" is emerging.
--Thus disease rates for 1 or 2 couldn't be gauged.-- Since obesity is closely correlated to Type 2 incidence, they might not have been measurable but they can certainly be inferred. --the hype of today's media make it seem as though Type 2 started with the advent of Mickey D's and Cheetos-- I didn't say it didn't exist, only that the relative ratios were different. I didn't see anything you said that demonstrated anything I said was "inaccurate".
--"Prior to insulin availability it was how diabetes was managed as well reversed."-- Only in part. It was used primarily to treat Type 1 diabetes which in the early part of the last century before processed foods and an obesity epidemic was much more prevalent relative to Type 2. Except in rare instances Type 1 is not generally reversible through diet or any other method that I know of, though they may still produce some insulin of their own.
--Jane, I am sorry about my opinion of Karl Rove.-- I'm not. In fact I think Jane's knowing these guys personally is a big part of the problem. We're all used to Stalin, Trotsky and ice picks. In a semi free, self governing society guys with blood dripping off their fangs don't fare too well. Since the Gulag is not yet an option these guys have to persuade so of course many of them are nice, funny, friendly guys and many of them no doubt mean well. They're the guys on the paving crew to hell. Brett Stephens is almost certainly a wonderful guy and a great dad with the best of intentions for the good ol' USA. But the dumb son of a bitch would send us straight to hell because even after seeing Trump's conservative governance he still would prefer a latent Stalinist like Hilligula. I don't give a tinker's damn how nice or kindly or funny any talking head or pol is. I only care that they fight for the constitution and self governance. In fact given the nature of our opposition I'd say our side is sorely lacking the unpleasant, cranky a-holes it takes to beat the progs.
The sickening railroading of Steven King and those MAGA kids demonstrate why the left needs to be treated with utter contempt. It is not merely a difference of opinion or people we disagree with. They are gangsters not opponents. When someone you try to simply disagree with insists instead that they are your enemy; guess what? They are your enemy and you have no choice in the matter. You can either continue to treat them as though they are acting in good faith in which case they will bury you, or you can fight to defeat them, which sometimes involves being not very nice. Let Leo Durocher be your guide.
In every school there is a fat kid who is so annoying that even those self appointed guardians of fat kids the world over who defend them from bullies turn away and subtly smile when an atomic melvin or swirly is administered. Karl Rove is that fat kid.
--IIRC the reconciliation process first requires passage of an original Senate bill at which point it goes into the reconciliation process to iron out the differences between the House bill. The Senate Democrats always had the ability to filibuster the original Senate bill.-- Square off ya shoat. I'm not talking about reconciliation between differing Senate and House bills, but a reconciliation bill as created by the Congressional Budget Act. I may be wrong about a wall and reconciliation but I think we're talking about two different things.