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Paul Whelan and Lee Harvey Oswald have a lot in common. For instance, neither one killed JFK
The Herschel Walker Campaign was about as sincere and organic as the Gretchen Whitmer Kidnapping Plot.
I know you’re pretty hip on things mr henry, but note that when Yoel Roth stepped down, Elon managed to take down most CSAM. That’s the real scandal. Certain ‘individuals’ were using Twitter as their own degenerate hook up site. Hunter Biden just happens to fit inside that particular Venn Diagram. Yoel sounds like what an atheist Spaniard would call himself.
“Tipping is just a holdover from prohibition. Restaurants used to make a lot of money from alcohol, and when that became illegal their solution was just to stop paying wait staff and tell customers to pay them directly. This extended to delivery drivers, and eventually to bar staff when alcohol became legal again. Generally those are the only 3 jobs that need tips, it's implicit that you the customer pay them for their time. Some places have tried to break the custom by actually paying their wait staff and reminding customers not to tip, but it's just too lucrative to hire a ton of employees for 2-3 dollars an hour, and if you're skilled, and it's a good restaurant, you can make a LOT as a waiter (a LOT that you don't always need to accurately report on your taxes...)”
Jonathan Greenback is trying to choke out Twitter like he thinks that Elon Musk works in his pencil factory.
Toggle Commented Nov 22, 2022 on Another Wild Weekend at JustOneMinute
“Make Actium Greek Again.”-Mark Antony’s failed campaign promise
Toggle Commented Nov 17, 2022 on That Went Well at JustOneMinute
If Tom Brady can’t get any of his FTX money back they should at least give him naming rights. I like the Tom Brady Democrat National Committee. Barring that, they could give him a couple of AA batteries, if his neighbors aren’t Poles.
Toggle Commented Nov 16, 2022 on That Went Well at JustOneMinute
God didn't need 6 days to create 150,000 votes ex nihilo.
Toggle Commented Nov 15, 2022 on That Went Well at JustOneMinute
Hershel Walker could have won his race had he secured the crucial (Herschel Walker’s Illegitimate) Children’s Vote.
Toggle Commented Nov 13, 2022 on Election Day! at JustOneMinute
Hey miss clarice, I didn’t mean to blithely pass over your comment about Livia. I’m a big fan of I, Claudius. I grew up watching a lot of BBC programs. I actually pulled up the audiobook not long ago: I think Kabbalah Ha’aretz is a pretty good analog of Messalina. I was kind of wondering if you’d like to weigh in on the speculation that Poppea was a proselyte Jew, speaking of the wives of Caesars. And if you’d rather not, that’s fine as well.
Toggle Commented Nov 7, 2022 on Welcome To Portland at JustOneMinute
Mr Rocco Hey, do you remember the Nick Cannon Experience? Do you remember Nick Cannon apologizing to White people for his comments? Do you remember him being pressured to go to the Smithsonian Museum, the Air and Space Museum, the Louvre, the British Museum? To be confronted by all the accomplishments of the European Christian peoples? Why the double standard? And you suggest that Ye is a bigot, as is your right. Is it just a coincidence that he develops this particular bigotry after working for a bunch of Jews? Did you see the tweet from his Jewish trainer? Wikipedia has totally scrubbed that guy’s page of all references to him being Jewish. People seem really intent on proving Messers Belloc and Sobran correct.
Toggle Commented Nov 6, 2022 on Welcome To Portland at JustOneMinute
“Inside [Paul Pelosi] are many a Marius.”— Lucius Cornelius Sulla
Toggle Commented Nov 6, 2022 on Welcome To Portland at JustOneMinute
Nancy Pelosi, definitely not an Italian: “In 63 BC Caesar was elected to the position of the Pontifex Maximus, the chief priest of the Roman state religion, which came with an official residence on the Via Sacra. In 62 BC Pompeia hosted the festival of the Bona Dea ("good goddess"), which no man was permitted to attend, in this house. However a young patrician named Publius Clodius Pulcher managed to gain admittance disguised as a woman, apparently for the purpose of seducing Pompeia. He was caught and prosecuted for sacrilege. Caesar gave no evidence against Clodius at his trial, and he was acquitted. Nevertheless, Caesar divorced Pompeia, saying that "my wife ought not even to be under suspicion". This gave rise to a proverb, "Caesar's wife must be above suspicion", meaning that if one is romantically involved with a famous or prominent figure, one must avoid attracting negative attention or scrutiny.”
Toggle Commented Nov 5, 2022 on Welcome To Portland at JustOneMinute
Mr Rocco Ye was at least half correct, but “Individual” music managers and executives apparently don’t discriminate against Blacks: “Albert Grossman managed Bob Dylan from 1962 to 1970. Albert Grossman would invite Bob Dylan to his house in Woodstock and Bob Dylan liked it so much that he bought a house there. Some say that “Dear Landlord” was about Albert Grossman. The straw that broke the camel’s back was when Bob Dylan realised that one of the terms in the contract that he hastily signed said that his manager got half of his song publishing rights. He then cut ties.” “Grossman’s management style was aggressive and overcharging. He would charge his clients 25%, which is 10% more than the standard rate, justifying his overcharging by claiming that his clients get 10% smarter every time they speak to him, saying that he’s smarter than the other “dummy” managers. One of his tactics he would use in negotiation was awkward silence – suddenly going quiet, saying nothing, have the client keep talking until they go crazy and in the end the negotiations favoured him. His other clients include: Janis Joplin; Peter, Paul, and Mary; The Band; Todd Rundgren; Richie Havens; and Gordon Lightfoot.”—(courtesy of angiemoonthemod). Bob Dylan-Dear Landlord (WJOM)
Toggle Commented Nov 5, 2022 on Welcome To Portland at JustOneMinute
Does anyone remember when John Fogerty got sued by Saul Zaentz for plagiarizing another song written by John Fogerty that Saul Zaentz owned the copyright on? It's surprising how many 'Individuals' there are in the Record Business: Zaentz felt that “The Old Man Down the Road” was simply “Run Through the Jungle” with different words. In other words, John Fogerty had plagiarized a John Fogerty song to which he didn’t own the copyright. Zaentz felt he had a case, so he sued Forgerty in federal court for copyright infringement. (It’s worth noting that Zaentz and Fogerty weren’t on the best of terms in the first place. The same 1985 album that featured “The Old Man Down the Road,” Centerfield, also included the tracks “Mr. Greed” and “Zanz Kant Danz.” Critics and fans saw these songs as pointed attacks on Zaentz, and the label head initiated a separate $144 million defamation lawsuit that claimed Fogerty portrayed him as “a thief, robber, adulterer, and murderer.” The two sides settled that suit out of court.) (Courtesy of Ethan Trex). WJOM: John Fogerty-Mr Greed
Toggle Commented Oct 29, 2022 on Sunday Evening at JustOneMinute
French women are relieved to learn that Colored Yankees are out of the World Series: “Most Frenchmen speak of the correctness of the German Army’s behavior. They seem particularly impressed that German soldiers were shot for incivility to women and compare this with the American troops’ bad behavior toward women. Unfortunately most of these undisciplined acts were caused by colored troops.”—Captain BH Liddell Hart
Toggle Commented Oct 28, 2022 on Sunday Evening at JustOneMinute
‘Extubating’ means removing the trachea tube, it does not mean you murdered the trachea tube.
Toggle Commented Oct 28, 2022 on Sunday Evening at JustOneMinute
Yankees Go Home: “I saw absolutely no evidence of German abuse of the population…The attitude of the French was sobering indeed. Instead of bursting with enthusiasm they seemed not only indifferent but sullen. There was considerable cause for wondering whether these people wished to be ‘liberated.’”—John Eisenhower
Toggle Commented Oct 26, 2022 on Sunday Evening at JustOneMinute
Hey mr matt, it took a while for the French to look upon America’s “liberation” and defense as beneficial. Except for the French communists who went wild after the war murdering people and seeking vengeance themselves. Didn’t they murder 100,000 people? I’m sure your schoolbooks skipped over that: “The French population did not seem in any way pleased to see us arrive as a victorious army to liberate France. They had been quite content as they were and we were bringing war and desolation to their country.”—Sir Allen Brooke, British Army Chief of Staff
What’s supposed to be nefarious about the Proud Boys? Other than the fact that they appear in public displaying the wrong opinions.
Every time Lizzo runs up and down a scale, she breaks it
Why are flags at half staff today? Did America’s Gay Disco finally die?
Toggle Commented Sep 16, 2022 on Timing Being Everything... at JustOneMinute
Not a lot of people know this, but the real reason the Founding Fathers went to war against the first King George was disgusting anti-German bigotry.
Toggle Commented Sep 10, 2022 on Winter Is Coming at JustOneMinute
Sounds like Biden is going to cancel my student loan. Thanks Mr. Putin!!! Couldn’t have done it without you!
Toggle Commented Aug 25, 2022 on Dog Days Open Thread at JustOneMinute
Speaking of multiculturalism, I’d like to buy Jim Acosta a gift certificate to Denny’s:
Toggle Commented Aug 3, 2022 on Officing Alone at JustOneMinute