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Oh give me a break with this "Yale trained lawyer" nonsense. Billy Jeff Clinton went to Yale and lost his law license for perjury. Hillary Clinton went to Yale and flunked the DC bar exam--and if you've graduated from a third tier law school and your breath can fog a mirror, you can pass the DC bar exam. Rudy Giuliani went to NYU law school, was an editor on the Law Review and graduated cum laude. What is that legal education--chopped liver? OTOH you can be an idiot and write that "Yale trained lawyer" twaddle for the New York Times.
Ah dear old "Reporting for Duty" Jean Fraud Kerry--the fellow with the unbelievably small brain. But he had his parts as a gigolo.
Toggle Commented Oct 10, 2019 on Is It Thursday? at JustOneMinute
Well having a heart problem is one of those things that comes with advancing age. And Bernie sputters and gets red in the face so much that I would have guessed he was a serious candidate for a stroke. But a stent is not so much. I have a friend of about Bernie's age who's had more stents in his heart than Zsa Zsa Gabor had diamonds. Physically Bernie can come back from this. Politically maybe not so much. But anyway, I wish him the best--along with a long and happy retirement in one of his three homes.
Toggle Commented Oct 2, 2019 on Bernie On The Outs? at JustOneMinute
Just where is she blowing that smoke? My buffalo's hiney wants to know. He's looking uncomfortable.
I guess the third time's the charm on this blog post. Keeps getting longer and longer--and more interesting. Bolton is gone, but boy are they going to say lots of good things about him in the New York Times and the Washington Post. Of course a few weeks ago they worried about Bolton the Warmonger & The Face of Evil and all, but that was then and this is now.
Toggle Commented Sep 11, 2019 on Our Gal Val, Back In The News at JustOneMinute
Easy peasy. I think Slow Joe or some of his confreres are planning to eliminate the fossil fuel industry. Starting in early January 2021. Problem solved. I've put in an order for a stone axe.
Toggle Commented Sep 8, 2019 on Send Better Nukes! at JustOneMinute
So Mr. Khaki Pants--the sainted Jim Harbaugh escaped today. Aargh!
Toggle Commented Sep 7, 2019 on Saturday Afternoon at JustOneMinute
Justice Ginsberg is a tough old girl. But I doubt that she will make it to 2024 (I'm assuming that Trump will win re-election). The megillah that will occur over her replacement is going to be epic.
Toggle Commented Aug 24, 2019 on Future Chaos Today at JustOneMinute
There are a lot of sand traps in the territory that Jefferson bought from the French--it's called the Louisiana Purchase after all. Sorta like a golf course. Not many water hazards though since it's sorta dry.
Toggle Commented Aug 22, 2019 on Greenland Debate Turns Icy at JustOneMinute
Gus, count your blessings that the Brewers got to 7 games in the only World Series they played in. My team is the San Diego Padres--also an expansion franchise that's 50 years old or thereabouts. The Padres went to the World Series twice--lost to the Detroit Tigers 4-1 in either 83 or 84; then got swept 4-0 by the Yankees in 97 or 98. Those things hurt so much that the dates are fuzzy in my mind.
Toggle Commented Aug 18, 2019 on Sunday Action at JustOneMinute
Beto is going to force buyback of all long guns. So when somebody comes into my house to kill me I won't have that shotgun that Slow Joe recommends I shoot out the window. Beto was "re-setting" his campaign. Unfortunately he didn't take his 1/3 horsepower brain into the shop for a rework and reset before he opened his mouth. Bye bye Beto. Don't let the screen door slap ya on the behind as you leave the race.
Toggle Commented Aug 16, 2019 on Roll, Beto Roll at JustOneMinute
Threadkiller--I live in a close in suburb of downtown Los Angeles--about 8 miles as the crow flies from City Hall--but up in the brushline on the face of one of the local foothills. I used to joke that I could see my office when I turned at the corner of the cul de sac I live on. I liked to sneak up on my work, and there it was, the office tower where I spent my work day, staring me in the face not 3 seconds after I pulled out of the driveway. As for the vershluggener "high effiency" lights mandated when one remodels, I know where I'd like to stuff the dead light bulbs! They wouldn't shine there either.
Toggle Commented Aug 15, 2019 on Thursday Afternoon at JustOneMinute
Lemme see now. Sacramento says that a sprinkler manufacturer has to design things such that the sprinkler operates at the "design pressure". Then Sacramento says that the "design pressure" must be lowered to some unicorn friendly pressure. Before the unicorns came, my home sprinkler system used 8 sprinkler heads. Now that they have to operate on unicorn friendly pressure, I need 24 sprinkler heads. Both systems ultimately deliver the same amount of water to my lawns. No water is saved but I get to buy 3 times as many sprinkler heads, and each one of them costs $3 extra. I'm dealing with this sort of Sacramento nonsense in my home kitchen (a complete remodel about 10 years ago). California and local codes said I had to remove the perfectly adequate fluorescent and incandescent light bulbs. I had to install the new "environmentally friendly" light bulbs--mainly halogen types. They were supposed to (a) save energy; and (b) have a 10 year service life. BS to that. They fail frequently--average life of a bulb is maybe 8 or 9 months. Then because the contents of the bulb are hazardous, they have to go to special recycling facility. The senile morons in Sacramento strike again!
Toggle Commented Aug 15, 2019 on Thursday Afternoon at JustOneMinute
Cuomo? I wouldn't call him Fredo. Maybe Teenie Weenie, Needle Dick or Little Shmuck. But not Fredo.
Rapinoe supposedly had a hamstring problem. Christen Press subbed in for her and she is no slouch. Got a goal. The US Women's Team (as cocky as Donald Trump) said that their team--starters and reserves --were the two best teams in the World Cup. They just might be right. But it was a hard fought game on both sides, and highly entertaining. I'm wondering just how black and blue Alex Morgan will be when the final game is played. The other teams have been using her for a punching bag. And Tobin Heath has had a magnificent tournament, but she finally wore out today.
Toggle Commented Jul 2, 2019 on How About That World Cup? at JustOneMinute
Pelosi in Normandy? Nancy you didn't build that! Trump's speech at Normandy today is a very good one. Text posted over on Powerline.
Toggle Commented Jun 6, 2019 on The Longest Day at JustOneMinute
Jane, eels are not my cuppa tea. That said I've had eel several times on business trips to The Netherlands. The business guys there like to see a Yank have a"delicacy". You do what you have to do. My English buddy assures me that Londoners love them, although I've not seen eel on the menu in restaurants. But out here in the Little Tokyo part of Los Angeles there used to be (I ate there once in the 80s) a Japanese restaurant that specialized in eel--and had a seven course tasting menu that finished up with eel ice cream. Go figure. I did get through the meal with the help of some Kirin beer.
Toggle Commented Jun 3, 2019 on Debt Service Redux at JustOneMinute
Dandy Don Meredith will never sing "Turn Out The Lights, The Party's Over" for these progressive Dim clowns. They'll simply party harder.
Toggle Commented May 31, 2019 on Those Annoying Democratic Governors at JustOneMinute
So Ol Ross thinks that some believe that liberalism is a "seamless garment". Sort of like those "Jesus Britches" that Mormons used to wear under their garments---and that the Ross's of his world chose to denigrate as ridiculous superstitions. Of course modern day liberalism is full of ridiculous superstitions.
I figure that in certain of the Washington D.C. suburbs, there are going to be some high laundry bills. Tough to get those skidmarks off your shorts Brennan and Comey.
Toggle Commented May 18, 2019 on AG Barr In The WSJ at JustOneMinute
Ah Bill Barr. I'm beginning to like the cut of that fellow's jib. And I also appreciate the jibe at Nancy--the puffed up princess from Baghad by the Bay.
Toggle Commented May 15, 2019 on All In Good Fun at JustOneMinute
Hey, back in the day when Mueller was investigating, he was only looking at dastardly villains who were at the very heart of the Trump campaign, and who were also "besties" with Vladimir Putin. Now that the Mueller investigation proved to be a damp squib, the Feebs were only investigating folks who had no connection at all to the Trump campaign. Times change--and so does the NYT story about all this.
With all that frantic arm and hand movement, Beto could step in and play defense against the Warriors. He's tall . Now he might actually steal a ball or two from Step Curry or Klay Thompson. Dirty player Draymond Green might deck Beto--or at least take a good strong forearm swipe across Beto's eyes. On the other hand Steph, Klay and Draymond might just roll over on the floor in fits of laughter when faced with Beto's "deee-fennnnnsss"!
Toggle Commented May 11, 2019 on No Durant, No Problem at JustOneMinute
Having just returned to the States from two weeks in London where my daughter and four year old grandson and almost six year old granddaughter live, I'm enjoying Grandma Steph's reports about her poo painting young grandchild. Fortunately our London based grandchildren have their other grandparents living close by--so that couple gets, or at least got, to deal with the antics of really young kids. But you know, when it comes to poo painting, I doubt that Ariel has anything to teach Mazie Hirono, Sheldon Whitehouse, Spartacus Booker and Da Nang Dick Blumenthal. Those folks know from poo painting--I doubt that they will ever grow up. But granddaughter Ariel will grow out of that phase.
Toggle Commented May 3, 2019 on Just Don't Call It "Spying" at JustOneMinute
I stopped reading the NYT 15 years ago; but on the other hand, I stopped reading Mad Magazine when I was 16 or 17. Mad Magazine made more sense then (the late 50s) than the NYT does now. But having read the WSJ's report on the Barr testimony hoohah yesterday, I thought I'd break a rule and buy a copy of the NYT on my visit to Starbucks. And I found a nugget in their story. It seems that Team Mueller had prepared Executive Summaries of their report(s), and had given them to Barr along with the 480 page document. Barr--that dastardly villain!!!!!!--chose not to release the Executive Summaries. How could he reject Team Mueller's summaries, no doubt full of nuance and context and codswallop, and instead prepare his own lawyerly summary of what he saw! Barr has some nerve! Sez the various noodniks on Team Mueller. Well the explains some of the hurt feelings on Team Mueller.
Toggle Commented May 2, 2019 on Just Don't Call It "Spying" at JustOneMinute