November 28, 2010

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Oooh, so Mother Nature needs a favor?! Well maybe she should have thought of that when she was besetting us with droughts and floods and poison monkeys! Nature started the fight for survival, and now she wants to quit because sheÂ’s losing. Well I say, hard cheese!

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1 Carry-over from dead thread

Good Morning Morons

I was sitting here enjoying a hungover post-Thanksgiving morning dividing up my weekly ration of pills and eating the last of the homemade dinner rolls for breakfast (all you guys eat your heart out if you don't have a wifey who makes homemade bread).

In any case while I was doing all this I was listening to the satellite music channel Sirius Holiday Traditions. They were playing Glenn Miller w/ the Modernairs doing a radio broadcast version of Jingle Bells complete with a commercial for Chesterfield cigarettes.

I LMAO because when I first turned the TV on it was tuned to Fox News and it came on with the inevitable commercial for the asshole lawyers doing the class-action lawsuit for the hip replacement doctors/company.

The freaking liberals have made our lives so much better by banning those evil cigarettes from TV and replacing them with ads for fucking lawyers suing doctors into bankruptcy.  Perhaps that is why TV turned to shit in the late 60s.

But, things got better when they followed up Glenn Miller/Modernairs with Tommy Dorsey/Pied Pipers and Winter Weather. For those of you who aren't familiar with the Pied Pipers they were a young Jo Stafford with a couple of also-ran guys. (I keed)

Posted by: Vic at November 28, 2010 07:07 AM (e4sSD)

39 For the deprived younger Morons here is the Pied Pipers doing the Trolley Song accompanying a video shot from the front of A SF street car heading East down Market street BEFORE the big earthquake.

http://tinyurl.com/39hp8ar

Posted by: Vic at November 28, 2010 07:29 AM (e4sSD)


Posted by: Vic at November 28, 2010 02:44 AM (e4sSD)

2 The big question of the day, will we get a visit from Santa Monty and a book thread?

Posted by: Vic at November 28, 2010 02:45 AM (e4sSD)

3 Wait a minute, the poison monkeys were created in a Japanese lab.

Posted by: Mr Wizard at November 28, 2010 02:46 AM (H+LJc)

4 Since the beginning of time, Man has yearned to destroy the sun...

Posted by: C. Montgomery Burns at November 28, 2010 02:48 AM (M+lbD)

5

North Korea isn't seeing the real danger of bombarding South Korea.  Which is, of course, awaking Godzilla.

Posted by: CrustyB at November 28, 2010 02:56 AM (qzgbP)

6 Re: Koreas

Look on the bright side. If South Korea is destroyed by the Norks, We can haz Heavy Manufacturing back.

Posted by: sTevo at November 28, 2010 03:00 AM (VMcEw)

7 This Kos editer on cspan is cracking me up. When can we get Ace on Washington journal?

Posted by: Zakn at November 28, 2010 03:03 AM (zyaZ1)

8 Hmm...North Korean Simpson animation. Well, at least it'll compliment the current crop of writers.

Posted by: Corona at November 28, 2010 03:05 AM (CdbZP)

9 I love the traffic flow in that video, just do whatever the hell you want.

Posted by: lowandslow at November 28, 2010 07:55 AM (GZitp)

I thought it was very interesting how well people were dressed then when out on the street.

Posted by: Vic at November 28, 2010 03:06 AM (e4sSD)

10 Vic,
My brother was a clarinetist so I was listening to big band stuff from the crib.
Especially Benny Goodman and Glenn Miller . I wound up playing guitar and learning Charlie Christian licks.
Were blessed here in central Texas with public radio out of Ft Hood and Charlie St George's Memory Maker radio show. Huge collection of vinyl.

Posted by: Mr Wizard at November 28, 2010 03:07 AM (H+LJc)

11 Vic, wasn't that footage shot right before the Quake? I mean like a couple of days before?

Posted by: HH at November 28, 2010 03:14 AM (6oDXl)

12 8 The creature from the Kos lagoon is making me FOFLMAO.  We need a moron on with this creature of unknown gender to tear it apart.  Sorry morons and Alexthechick for this much ugliness but this is a lesbian NOBODY wants to see in a movie (it is Sunday afterall).  Obama wants to be bipartisan?  Sure he likes Republicans like he likes Israel.  And Raaaaacisssmmmmm just reared its ugly (fugly in the creature from Kos's case) head.

Posted by: NotAMolly at November 28, 2010 03:18 AM (ADJFU)

13 Creature from Kos claimed there is no free market?  Whose fault is that scrunt?  I need to go to church.  Please Catholic and Orthodox morons and moronettes pray for us. 

Posted by: NotAMolly at November 28, 2010 03:19 AM (ADJFU)

14 Vic, wasn't that footage shot right before the Quake? I mean like a couple of days before?

Posted by: HH at November 28, 2010 08:14 AM (6oDXl)

I remember first seeing that video in a link from another poster and they described when it was actually shot but I don't remember when it was other than it was before the quake. Sorry

Posted by: Vic at November 28, 2010 03:30 AM (e4sSD)

15
Hamtramckistan is seeking permission to file bankruptcy.

You can read the full Wall Street Journal article here.

Posted by: Ed Anger at November 28, 2010 03:31 AM (7+pP9)

16 Didn't MI get that law passed that made all local fire and police departments union whether they wanted it or not?  The one the commie Obama adm is trying to get congress to pass now?

Posted by: Vic at November 28, 2010 03:40 AM (e4sSD)

17 Our asshole Governor does it again:

Rendell vetoes expanded gun use

Claiming the bill advanced a "shoot first, ask questions later mentality," Gov. Ed Rendell on Saturday vetoed legislation expanding self-defense protections.

The bill would have provided the same right to use lethal force in self-defense outside and inside the home.

The so-called castle doctrine in state law gives people the right to shoot an intruder in their home or office without retreat. The bill would have extended that protection to locations such as driveways, streets and parks if a person was confronted by an assailant intent on inflicting death or bodily injury.

Posted by: Ed Anger at November 28, 2010 03:41 AM (7+pP9)

18 Morning, all. Fox news just ran a story about some young woman who racked up $200,000 in student loans and now started a web site asking for donations to help pay it off. I'm 60 years old and never borrowed that much money in my life. My house, cars, and other loans all total were half that. I'm afraid a lot of these kids are going to end up slaves to debt for their entire lives.

Posted by: bigred at November 28, 2010 03:43 AM (cX9pO)

19 Uh, oh.  There is a new movie coming out starring Rutger Hauer called:  Hobo With a Shotgun.   A homeless vigilante blows away crooked cops, pedophile Santas, and morons with his trusty pump-action shotgun.

Posted by: moi at November 28, 2010 03:45 AM (Ez4Ql)

20 Vic that would be the abomination called Public Act 312 that needs to be repealed (hello Governor elect Snyder).

Posted by: NotAMolly at November 28, 2010 03:45 AM (ADJFU)

21 Followup on the dead bear story:

Bear's demise leaves a trail of questions

[ . . . ]

On the opening of Pennsylvania's five-day archery bear season, Mr. Price got a tip that the huge bear was seen at Delaware Water Gap, and within hours Bozo was history.

But not the kind of history the hunter expected -- the bear's incredible weight is not a viable criterion for determining the record.

"Record status is determined by skull size," said Game Commission spokesman Jerry Feaser. "Weight can vary according to food availability, but the size of the skull doesn't change. [The skull] will be cleaned, and after a 60-day drying time it will be measured for the record."

The largest black bear skull on record is 23 inches. Bozo was unnaturally rotund, to be sure, but his skull size may not come close to cracking the record.

Mr. Lewis had stopped feeding the bear in September, so there's no accusation that Mr. Price's trophy had been baited, which is illegal in Pennsylvania. But because Bozo had been trained to approach people for food, some hunters on Internet chat sites are cracking wise about Mr. Price's "trophy pet."

"This may be the peak of my hunting career, and it's tainted, it really is," he told the Pocono Record.

Having endured a week of reporters, neither Mr. Price nor Mr. Lewis was taking phone calls as news of the kill spread across the country, and the Web buzz morphed into a larger debate about what biologists call the "habituation" of wild animals.

"We have a saying in wildlife management -- a fed bear is a dead bear," said Mr. Feaser. "When people feed wildlife and treat them like pets, they become habituated to humans. They're less wary and may even approach people, expecting to be fed. That will often put the animal at higher risk of vehicle collision, of becoming a nuisance by getting into people's garbage and bird feeders, or even approaching other humans, assuming they'll find food."

Posted by: Ed Anger at November 28, 2010 03:46 AM (7+pP9)

22 AT has a couple threads to go along with One's Lip Injury.

Posted by: sTevo at November 28, 2010 04:05 AM (VMcEw)

23 @20: Isn't that a Nexus 9 Hobo? "I want more life, Fucker!" BAM!

Posted by: CoolCzech at November 28, 2010 04:07 AM (tJjm/)

24 I think I'm officially done with turkey.

I would like some turkey. We haven't had turkey for Thanksgiving in years because everyone keeps saying they are tired of it. I asked my wife how we became "tired of it" while not having it in many years. She didn't appreciate the snark.

Posted by: Vic at November 28, 2010 04:07 AM (e4sSD)

25 @24: why don't you try filet mignon with bernaise sauce, candied baby carrots, and rice pilaf for Christmas for a change of pace? No human should consume more than one turkey a year.

Posted by: CoolCzech at November 28, 2010 04:11 AM (tJjm/)

26

Posted by: Vic at November 28, 2010 09:07 AM (e4sSD)

Well Vic, if you want left-over Thanksgiving, do what I do. Some deli turkey, white bread (of course), Stove Top stuffing, and Bob Evans' mashed potatoes.

Easy, and quick!

Should keep you going for a couple of days.

Posted by: HH at November 28, 2010 04:12 AM (6oDXl)

27

18 Our asshole Governor does it again:

 

One last "Frak you" before he leaves office.  Scumbag.

Posted by: Wyatt Earp at November 28, 2010 04:12 AM (zgZzy)

28 If I have my way, everyone in Pennsylvania will be disarmed - including the National Guard and the police!  Muahahahahahahaha!

Posted by: Ed Rendell at November 28, 2010 04:13 AM (zgZzy)

29 That music is so wrong for that video.  It's kind of like putting Led Zepplin  to scenes of Paris during the occupation.  Just offensively wrong.

Posted by: ParisParamus at November 28, 2010 04:15 AM (gMzAL)

30 Here's one for the "that escalated quickly" category.

http://tinyurl.com/3ymqd2x

Posted by: Lincolntf at November 28, 2010 04:16 AM (Z6Mgb)

31 Well Vic, if you want left-over Thanksgiving, do what I do. Some deli turkey, white bread (of course), Stove Top stuffing, and Bob Evans' mashed potatoes.

I do have a huger supply of mashed potatoes. Good thing because we don't have a Bob Evans here.

Posted by: Vic at November 28, 2010 04:16 AM (e4sSD)

32 good to see you here this morning CDR M......... i'll take that as a sign WW3 has not started yet.

Posted by: Racefan at November 28, 2010 04:16 AM (AkoaD)

33

If I have my way, everyone in Pennsylvania will be disarmed

*Sighs*

You realize of course, that's when the Zombies attack.

Posted by: HH at November 28, 2010 04:17 AM (6oDXl)

34 Book thread is now up.

Posted by: Vic at November 28, 2010 04:20 AM (e4sSD)

35

Posted by: CDR M at November 28, 2010 09:18 AM (5I8G0)

So did you just start the ONT and go to bed, or stay up all night?

Oh, and kudo's to you also for stepping up to the bat. Well, actually, kudo's to all of you for this past week.

Posted by: HH at November 28, 2010 04:21 AM (6oDXl)

36 36 "If I have my way, everyone in Pennsylvania will be disarmed" Me too!!

Posted by: Hannibal Lecter at November 28, 2010 04:21 AM (tJjm/)

37 39 Posted by: CDR M at November 28, 2010 09:18 AM (5I8G0) So did you just start the ONT and go to bed, or stay up all night? Well no fault of CDR M, but last night it was more like, He posted the ONT and every one else went to bed. (Please don't curse at me!)

Posted by: CoolCzech at November 28, 2010 04:25 AM (tJjm/)

38 I asked my wife how we became "tired of it" while not having it in many years. She didn't appreciate the snark.
Posted by: Vic


I hear ya Vic, my tardex and family wanted to go resturanting for TDay about 10 years ago, I said no thanks and saw that as the end of FAMILY turkey day. Have worked the holiday ever since.

Today is my Dads 86th Bday, ww11 battle of the bulge army vet. Could still show those hobos a thing or two with a shotgun..

Posted by: beanervt at November 28, 2010 04:28 AM (zbC+n)

39

 It was fun but very time consuming.  Hard to do with two rugrats at your feet too!
............

i bet it was. when little RF was, well little.......... i did the Joke Of The Day for a local web page. i did it for a couple of years...... i was a single dad, working all the time, trying to get him in the bath tube, up in the morning for school, going to Braves games, weekends at race tracks, a couple girlfriends........and working 50 hours a week.  that shit was hard to do........

Posted by: Racefan at November 28, 2010 04:38 AM (AkoaD)

40 @45: my question is, When did the public become so aware of things like "Black Friday" or whatever it is. That was always pretty much "inside baseball" in the retail world.

Posted by: CoolCzech at November 28, 2010 04:40 AM (tJjm/)

41 46 Happy Birdthday to your Dad beanervt!
Posted by: CDR M


Thanks CDR M, I'll pass it on to him in a couple hrs. *now famous on the intratubes*...

Posted by: beanervt at November 28, 2010 04:42 AM (zbC+n)

42

hi kids

breaking news but i have to run

the mosque where that dude in portland goes? arson attack just reported, here comes the crying

also in hawaii, two fools tried to enter three bases and got stopped and arrested, more later

Posted by: navycopjoe at November 28, 2010 04:45 AM (S9k9+)

43 47 Damn.  Need more coffee.  Meant Birthday there beanervt!
Posted by: CDR M


You and me too, I didn't even notice it was birdt

Posted by: beanervt at November 28, 2010 04:45 AM (zbC+n)

44

Posted by: beanervt at November 28, 2010 09:28 AM (zbC+n)

Standing Up all Proud of him.......   not many left.......... Happy Birthday to Mr. Beanervt.

Posted by: Racefan at November 28, 2010 04:45 AM (AkoaD)

45 oh, and the bears will win

Posted by: navycopjoe at November 28, 2010 04:46 AM (S9k9+)

46

Standing Up all Proud of him.......   not many left.......... Happy Birthday to Mr. Beanervt.

Posted by: Racefan


Thanks and True enough Racefan,  it's not only them that's dieing off it's their whole way of life that the lefties hate.

Posted by: beanervt at November 28, 2010 04:50 AM (zbC+n)

47 I said no thanks and saw that as the end of FAMILY turkey day. Have worked the holiday ever since.

LOL, we did that one year. I didn't like it. And yes I worked many a Thanksgiving and Christmas day myself. Also was on-call for many of those days. That is one of those things I do not miss from work since I am now retired.

And say happy birthday to your dad for me.

Posted by: Vic at November 28, 2010 04:52 AM (e4sSD)

48 And say happy birthday to your dad for me.
Posted by: Vic

Will do Vic

Posted by: beanervt at November 28, 2010 05:00 AM (zbC+n)

49 57 oh, and the bears will win   You wish!  We have the dogs to go all the way!

Posted by: Michael Vick at November 28, 2010 05:04 AM (zgZzy)

50

This guy doesn't miss Bush.

http://tinyurl.com/2a758y2

You may be surprised to find that you agree with him.

Sultan Knish

Posted by: Hussein the Plumber at November 28, 2010 05:14 AM (r1h5M)

51 Actually,  Hussein the Plumber,  I do not agree with him and I DO miss Bush.

It's really easy to criticize  when you are looking at things without the benefit of intelligence information,  and when information that we now know about CAIR and other groups wasn't yet known.

I miss a man who loved the troops,  and the country,  and did his best.  I miss a guy who didn't think we were all peasants to be manipulated and bled dry.  And I miss a man who grew up in our culture,  belonged to Cub Scouts and played Little League and had a normal family life.

So,  no,  I don't agree with him.

Posted by: Miss Marple at November 28, 2010 05:27 AM (Fo83G)

52 my dad was in the Korean war for all three years........ he didnt talk about it much, only to me..... my mom and brothers didnt even know he won a Silver Star in it...... the ony reason he told me was because i was the only one that would ride around the United States with him in his Peterbuilt and stop in Texas, or under rock cliffs in New Mexico.... pass around a bottle of Johnny Walker Black with him on the PCH somewhere between SF and LA........so mad at each other one night in Arizona that we didnt say one word to each other until we were in San Antonio eating tacos and drinking beer on the River Walk.......everyone should spend time with there dads.

Posted by: Racefan at November 28, 2010 05:27 AM (AkoaD)

53 Commie Bob Schieffer on Face the Nation just now:

This grid lock in congress is the worst I have ever seen in all my years in Washington.

That is some serious WTF bullshit there. A totally Dem/commie congress for the last two years has had gridlock. Nanny Nancy got all the BS through that she wanted and we have gridlock?

Posted by: Vic at November 28, 2010 05:38 AM (e4sSD)

54 What a guy:  http://tinyurl.com/36zbu3s

Posted by: Museisluse© at November 28, 2010 05:38 AM (DTfXb)

55 Yesssssss!  Even New Yawkah's don't want Nanny Bloomburg for prez.  So much for him being your third-party spoiler, No Labels party.

Posted by: RushBabe at November 28, 2010 05:42 AM (a3Z62)

56 jugears, hows that fat lip this morning?

Posted by: Racefan at November 28, 2010 05:52 AM (AkoaD)

57

And CDR M - don't forget the bondholders who were strong armed into cents on the dollar by the Obama administration and painted as shameful capitalists. The shameful capitalists that provided the capital for GM to continue on in its gluttonous union handouts and big salaries. The bondholders capitulated to the government and they along with all of those who held GM shares watched as they lost all of their equity as the company went BK. 

But alas, GM has arisen as the bail out phoenix that the unions and the democrats claim, job well done. And the dems will reward in votes to the dems.

Posted by: Journolist at November 28, 2010 05:56 AM (LwLqV)

58

Posted by: Miss Marple at November 28, 2010 10:27 AM (Fo83G)

I don't want to start an argument but Bush coined the term "compassionate conservatism" that actually set conservatism back, imo, by implying that your standard, garden variety conservatism is the opposite of compassionate. He also set the ball in motion for Obama to continue down the road toward massive, unaccountable spending.  No question that Bush is/was much preferable to the present joke of a president, but he also, as politicians are wont to do, stuck it to us in many ways - again imio.

Posted by: Hussein the Plumber at November 28, 2010 05:58 AM (r1h5M)

59 Vic: You are talking about some of my favorite music.  I had an amazing vinyl collection back in the day which I've replaced with CDs over the years.  Now, you can find tons of 'videos' on the internet from the old movies.  Great stuff.  Mel Torme was an acquaintance--still miss him.   Where are the song writers?  We live in a musical wasteland today.

Posted by: SurferDoc at November 28, 2010 05:59 AM (o3bYL)

60 "Compassionate Conservatism" is a joke because conservatives consistently give more money to charity than liberals ever do.  Particularly the religious right which the left despises more than anyone.  Democrats talk a line of shit about compassion, Republicans actually practice it so "compassionate" isn't a qualifier, it's a given.

Posted by: CrustyB at November 28, 2010 06:03 AM (qzgbP)

61 Morning Morons.

Vic, I have seen that SF flick before.  What amazes me about it?  All the cars are convertibles!  I love the kids trying to get a ride on the back of the car.

The horses?  Think of all that horse shit in the old cities.

I was in San Jose, Costa Rica in the 70's, there were more horses than cars.  That wasn't that long ago.  Lot's of horse shit too.

Posted by: Kemp at November 28, 2010 06:04 AM (JpFM9)

62 Where are the song writers?

The last very good/great one is buried in his home town of Savannah, GA.

Posted by: Vic at November 28, 2010 06:06 AM (e4sSD)

63 74 Morning Morons.

...
The horses? Think of all that horse shit in the old cities.

I was in San Jose, Costa Rica in the 70's, there were more horses than cars. That wasn't that long ago. Lot's of horse shit too.

Until recently there was a law in Chicago that forbid serving food at sidewalk cafes. The law was a holdover from when dried horse poop would flake and fly around the air, landing in people's food.

Posted by: CrustyB at November 28, 2010 06:09 AM (qzgbP)

64 Think of all that horse shit in the old cities.

LOL, think about NYC. It is estimated that there were 200,000 horses in NYC, each crapping 24 pounds of stuff and several quarts of piss a day.

And the eco-tards are worried about autos and CO2. hahahahaha

Posted by: Vic at November 28, 2010 06:09 AM (e4sSD)

65 #77

Vic, now NYC requires diapers on the horses that draw the hansom carriages.

It is really a hoot to see these stupid shit catchers on those tourist traps.

God forbid shit hits the street.  Next up?  Squirrel and pigeon diapers?

Posted by: Kemp at November 28, 2010 06:17 AM (JpFM9)

66 Vietnamese-Americans Protest Plano Concert

Inside the Plano Centre a crowd gathered Saturday night-- waiting patiently for the start of the show. While they listened to the concert produced by Saigon Entertainment, a crowd grew outside the venue.

"These people are here to let the world and everybody, including those audience in there know that the Vietnam government is not what it seems to be," said Tarrant County Commissioner-elect, Andy Nguyen.


Posted by: LC LaWedgie at November 28, 2010 06:18 AM (7WM1x)

67 Horse Diapers probably exemplifies the nanny state mindset better than any other recent example.  All of it is horseshit, though.

Posted by: SurferDoc at November 28, 2010 06:30 AM (o3bYL)

68 Horse Diapers probably exemplifies the nanny state mindset better than any other recent example.  All of it is horseshit, though.

Posted by: SurferDoc at November 28, 2010 11:30 AM (o3bYL)

LOL, they make the carts horses in Charleston wear them also.

Posted by: Vic at November 28, 2010 06:31 AM (e4sSD)

69 Dumb question alert!  (but a serious one)

I saw a headline this weekend about the DOJ shutting down websites....is there any reason why they can't or won't do the same to Wikileaks?

Thanks!

Posted by: pam at November 28, 2010 06:47 AM (bivfR)

70 #82

To many of them and wiki has dumped the files on to several servers in several countries and given out a code to retrieve them to their people, if the feds close one site, another pops up.

Posted by: Kemp at November 28, 2010 06:50 AM (JpFM9)

71 If the latest round of Wikileaks embarrasses Obama, all bets are off.  Assange has no idea what he is in for if that happens.

Posted by: SurferDoc at November 28, 2010 06:55 AM (o3bYL)

72 I Pine For You And Balsam Too

With no right to work for a large company or law firm, it seemed that only jobs in construction and or yardwork awaited him, no matter how educated he was.

You know, stories like this make me realize how cruel and unfair America is.  I hate America.

Posted by: FUBAR at November 28, 2010 07:20 AM (McG46)

73 This will endear the 'Hammer to Palin's supporters again: Krauthammer Rips Liberal MediaÂ’s Obsession With Sarah Palin (Video) CHARLES KRAUTHAMMER: I should explain again as I do every week to the viewers as a kind of a viewerÂ’s guide that this is the weekly Sarah Palin segment in which the impression is given that the whole of conservatism in America is encapsulated in this one glorious woman? PETERSON: Why do you oppose her candidacy if she has one? KRAUTHAMMER: I never took a position on her candidacy. I am making a comment on the editorial judgment of this show in which she is prominently figured week after week, which is I think in the liberal imagination she is and will always be the only representative of conservatism of any importance. COLBY KING, WASHINGTON POST: She is the most significant Republican, conservative around. She brought this your party back from oblivion to this wonderful state that it is in now. . . NINA TOTENBERG, NPR: (Laughter) KING: . . .where the nationÂ’s Democrats are quaking in their wake. KRAUTHAMMER: You see what I mean? KING: You ought to be proud of her. The elites, the elitists in the Republican Party puts this poor woman from Wasilla down. I think itÂ’s a shame. KRAUTHAMMER: Perfect evidence of how liberals are obsessed with Sarah Palin.

Posted by: Clyde Shelton at November 28, 2010 07:23 AM (NITzp)

74 I saw a headline this weekend about the DOJ shutting down websites....is there any reason why they can't or won't do the same to Wikileaks?

The DOJ has zero authority outside of the U.S. About that shutdown from "Raw Story"

Homeland Security's ability to shut down sites without a court order evidently comes from the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, a Clinton-era law that allows Web sites to be closed on the basis of a copyright complaint. Critics have long assailed the DMCA for being too broad, as complainants don't need to prove copyright infringement before a site can be taken down.

This needs to be challenged in court. It will take someone with money though. You know the ACLU will never touch it.

Posted by: Vic at November 28, 2010 07:25 AM (e4sSD)

75 If the latest round of Wikileaks embarrasses Obama, all bets are off. Assange has no idea what he is in for if that happens. Posted by: SurferDoc at November 28, 2010 11:55 AM I dunno. Unless it comes out that Assange is a fan of Rush Limbaugh or Sarah Palin, I think he is safe. If he just hates America -- like Obama and Ayers and Rev Wright all do -- then Obama won't do anything to him. Remember, Obama said he'd rather be a great one-termer than a bad two-termer. He'll of course put out some statement denouncing Assange, but I'm sure he's loving this leak, since it makes America look bad. And that's his definition of a great one-term: tearing down and making America be and look as badly as possible.

Posted by: Clyde Shelton at November 28, 2010 07:26 AM (NITzp)

76 This needs to be challenged in court. It will take someone with money though. You know the ACLU will never touch it. Posted by: Vic at November 28, 2010 12:25 PM Too bad this Assange wasn't leaking info that would make Islam/Muslims/Muslim nations look badly, Google and YouTube would have him shut down within minutes.

Posted by: Clyde Shelton at November 28, 2010 07:28 AM (NITzp)

77 84 If the latest round of Wikileaks embarrasses Obama, all bets are off. Assange has no idea what he is in for if that happens. Posted by: SurferDoc at November 28, 2010 11:55 AM (o3bYL) The truly embarrassing thing is, what a freaking sieve our entire federal government has turned out to be. It looks like there is not a shred of paper in the entire damned sorry organization that doesn't get leaked. Really, it's only a matter of time before Obama's used toilet paper winds up on Wikileaks. What a bunch of incompetent idiotic buffoons our "Intelligence Community" is. First they totally miss that 20 radical muslims are taking flying - but not landing - lessons in Florida. Then they assure us Iran stopped developing nukes. Then they miss that North Korea possesses perhaps the most advanced nuclear research facility on the face of the planet. And THEN they apparently store highly sensitive "secret" documents in dumpsters out in the back of the parking lot at international airports or something. Fire the whole fracking pack of idiots. The Keystone Cops would better serve this country. Do you hear that, NSA?? Instead of monitoring AoSHQ, why aren't you wondering where the hell you just left your freaking briefcase, you Moron! *Whew* Glad I got THAT out of my system!

Posted by: CoolCzech at November 28, 2010 07:29 AM (tJjm/)

78 Isn't the ass hat that stole all this stuff while he was in Afghanistan, the Ghey?

I think I read that somewhere.  Another good reason to have the Ghey in the military, they are so reliable and you just can not black mail any of them.

Posted by: Nancy Pelsoi at November 28, 2010 07:56 AM (JpFM9)

79 91 Isn't the ass hat that stole all this stuff while he was in Afghanistan, the Ghey?

Posted by: CoolCzech at November 28, 2010 08:00 AM (tJjm/)

80 EAT THE SALAD!

Posted by: AmishDude at November 28, 2010 08:33 AM (BvBKY)

81 Pulls from the latest wikileaks package have started to come out:

Among scores of other disclosures that are likely to cause uproar, the cables detail:

Grave fears in Washington and London over the security of Pakistan's nuclear weapons programme

Alleged links between the Russian government and organised crime.

 Devastating criticism of the UK's military operations in Afghanistan.

 Claims of inappropriate behaviour by a member of the British royal family.


Also, water is wet, fire is hot....

But at least there is this:

a profile of Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi, who they say is accompanied everywhere by a "voluptuous blonde" Ukrainian nurse.


Posted by: Laurie David's Cervix at November 28, 2010 09:15 AM (6bDVD)

82 More wikileaks:

The cables published today reveal how the US uses its embassies as part of a global espionage network, with diplomats tasked to obtain not just information from the people they meet, but personal details, such as frequent flyer numbers, credit card details and even DNA material.

Classified "human intelligence directives" issued in the name of Hillary Clinton or her predecessor, Condoleeza Rice, instruct officials to gather information on military installations, weapons markings, vehicle details of political leaders as well as iris scans, fingerprints and DNA.


The State Department working on our side?  Seems unlikely...


Posted by: Laurie David's Cervix at November 28, 2010 09:20 AM (6bDVD)

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