Safe Thread for Cill


Cill in the last thread said that he did not feel safe.  So here is a thread that is guaranteed to make everybody feel safe. It may not be so intellectually stimulation,  you might not learn much of anything, but it will absolutely be safe.

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167 comments on “Safe Thread for Cill
  1. Farm Boy says:

    Feel Safe Now?

    Liked by 3 people

  2. Farm Boy says:

    Challenging you to think?

    Liked by 3 people

  3. Farm Boy says:

    Best not to challenge people to think

    Liked by 2 people

  4. Farm Boy says:

    Who cares about reality?

    Liked by 2 people

  5. Farm Boy says:

    Rainbows and unicorns are safe.

    Liked by 2 people

  6. Farm Boy says:

    And safety and understanding is what the world needs

    Liked by 2 people

  7. Farm Boy says:

    If only everybody could see that.

    Liked by 2 people

  8. Farm Boy says:

    Then we would have utopia

    Liked by 2 people

  9. Cill says:

    First of all, PFUDOR videos make me feel dizzy and short of breath. They make me feel uncomfortable.

    Liked by 5 people

  10. Cill says:

    PFUDOR videos make me feel uncomfortable.

    Liked by 4 people

  11. Farm Boy says:

    PFUDOR videos make me feel uncomfortable.

    They also make you repetitious.

    What will do it for you? What will make you feel safe?

    Liked by 2 people

  12. Cill says:

    PFUDOR videos are excessively pink-white and homogeneous. As a minority, I feel threatened and misunderstood.

    Liked by 5 people

  13. Farm Boy says:

    Would Fuzzie Bear feel safe with a thread with nothing but bear videos?

    Liked by 2 people

  14. Cill says:

    Bear videos make me feel unhappy and conscious that I’m not a privileged bear like him.

    Liked by 5 people

  15. Farm Boy says:

    As a minority

    What kind of minority are you?

    “Intelligent People”?

    Liked by 3 people

  16. Cill says:

    We must ban all PFUDOR and bears from our safe space.The administrators should resign if this doesn’t happen immediately
    (finger clicks
    finger clicks
    finger clicks)

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  17. Cill says:

    LET IT BE KNOWN THAT THE ARSEHOLE COMMENTING AS “CILL” HERE IS NOT ME. IT’S AN IMPOSTER

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  18. molly says:

    All dead.
    Heh. Now it’s safe.

    Liked by 6 people

  19. Cill says:

    Attagirl, Mollster.

    Me at 3:04: I wasn’t being serious there. HOWEVER, I was starting to piss myself off. Trying to act like a SJW (even in jest) is an insufferable experience. I’m glad wee molly got rid of the whining bastard.

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  20. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    This thread got me laughing so hard, I was crying.

    Liked by 5 people

  21. Cill says:

    Onya Fuzzy, for bringing me back to reality. I was rapidly losing my sense of humor there.

    Liked by 1 person

  22. Cill says:

    Having been through the experience of trying to be like them (sort of), I don’t know how those SJW fruitloops can live with themselves

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  23. Cill says:

    I’ll be astonished if this thread proves to be popular, FB. It’s more likely to be as popular as a Swede riding a bike through Stockholm singing “This Land is My Land”.

    Liked by 1 person

  24. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I wish that I could “like” Molly’s comment twenty times!

    Liked by 2 people

  25. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Cill,
    Are you saying that everyone in Sweden hates Woody Guthrie?

    Thyey’re welcome to appropiate it. All they would have to do is change a few of the lyrics.
    I don’t think that Woody would mind very much.

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  26. Cill says:

    Fuzzy, if a Swedish male was overheard singing the words “This Land is My Land” in Sweden, he’d be stoned to death by angry Muslims urged on by Swedish SJWs.

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  27. molly says:

    Liz defending

    When she wins

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  28. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Cill,
    With the attacks in Paris and Sweden having more than they can hantdle, I think the mass immigration is going to be very unpopular. Unpopular o the point of being insupportable.
    They may start singing Woody Guthrie songs.

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  29. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Molly! You’re on a roll!
    I wish that I could “like” thirty times.

    Liked by 2 people

  30. Tarnished says:

    Alright, this thread is starting to get out of hand. There’s too much rampant safety in here…

    Liked by 3 people

  31. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I can’t top Tarn but, here’s a bear up to no good.

    Liked by 4 people

  32. Cill says:

    Things have gone TOTALLY out of hand when people start using oxymoronic expressions such as “rampant safety”. 😀

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  33. Tarnished says:

    I’ve wanted to post 5 different (but all slightly to moderately disturbing) songs, just to get rid of this clinging ultra-PCness. However, since I’m not mad at Fuzzie, I managed to resist.

    So here’s a cartoon AND song that does the same thing! TW for Fuzzie, Yoda, and anyone else who might hate seeing an undead warlock go on an animated killing spree whilst singing a parody of a well-known Disney song. You’ve been warned!

    For reals.
    Seriously.

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  34. Cill says:

    WAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH!
    MWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!

    There’s no good and decent reason for me to bring in whakapohane at this point, other than Tarn, and the fact that it’s getting close to Xmas and :-
    Gawd help me, I can’t think of any other way to express my unrestrainable irrepressible glee.

    I don’t know, Tarn, I really don’t know. Whence cometh thou upon this stuff?

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  35. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Tarn,
    You were right. Vampires on murder sprees while singing Disney songs is not for me.

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  36. Tarnished says:

    Whence cometh thou upon this stuff?
    It’s the internet, Cill. First you’re watching LOLcat videos…next thing you know, you’ve clicked on too many videos and such stuff appears.

    Fuzzie, for shame.
    I told you it wasn’t to your liking. 😛

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  37. Tarnished says:

    How the frell is it already 1am?!

    Buenas noches, all.
    I’m to bed.

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  38. Cill says:

    I think what Tarn said was fair enough there, Fuzzy… except a TW is irresistible bait to some… e.g. yours truly…

    Liked by 1 person

  39. Cill says:

    “How the frell is it already 1am?!”
    Don’t blame yourself, Tarn, it’s all my fault. I’m even more distracting IRL.

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  40. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Tarn
    A pink fluffy unicorn holding a chain saw is great!

    Liked by 1 person

  41. Cill says:

    I think it’s now just the two of us Fuzzy. You and me. Like the very early days of the blog when it was just you, me, spawny and tarn.

    Liked by 1 person

  42. molly says:

    “I think it’s now just the two of us Fuzzy”
    Hey me too! 🙂

    Liked by 1 person

  43. molly says:

    Heh heh Cillhouette soon will be here. I gave her a bell. The more the merrier! 🙂 It’s only 7:20 pm Wednesday here. 😉

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  44. Cill says:

    The Americas and Great Britain sleep (except Fuzzy?).

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  45. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I’ll have to turn in soon. I do love being with you though, especially Molly!

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  46. Cillhouette says:

    Hi spawny space people! I’m preparing dinner for my husband so it is very much a quick hello and goodbye from me! ‘Bye! 🙂

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  47. molly says:

    I’m going out now. ‘Night Fuzzy ❤

    Liked by 1 person

  48. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Godd night, Molly! Se you tomorrow.
    Good to see you, Cillhouette!

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  49. Spawny Get says:

    Doomsday version

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  50. How did I miss all this fun!?!?! 🙂

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  51. Oh yeah, last night there was a storm that blew some shingles off my roof. I did my best to tarp it this morning in the rain. The storm continued and when I got home that afternoon water was dripping from the drywall ceiling in my bathroom. At this point there was way too much wind and pelting rain to re-tarp, plus getting on a slick ladder or a slippery roof in a storm didn’t seem like a good idea either so I got a bucket for the drip and hoped for the best. I headed to the local country store and sure enough the owner knows a handyman who said he will come have a look in the morning. After all that I felt kinda bad about picking on sjw’s and writing a post today about their safe spaces (not!) Wait until they have to face REAL LIFE. What will they do when they are oppressed by even the weather?!?!? (Wailing and gnashing of teeth, flailing and beating on chest) who would even hire someone like those folks? Egads! Ok, enough sjw bashing, sorry Cill for hijacking your safe space.

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  52. Oh wait, I am a woman, so that means I can’t discriminate or oppress anyone. Take that, sjw’s! 😉

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  53. SFC Ton says:

    I want to add some reality to this here safe space, being the evil Christian White Supremacist that I am

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  54. Cill says:

    There are some seriously good people on this blog. My privilege to meet you, albeit online. My feeling is, if ever I meet up with any of you reprobates IRL we’ll have a fucking good time.

    Good evening to you.

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  55. Yoda says:

    John Kerry suggests that safe spaces for Muslins needed they are,

    There’s something different about what happened from Charlie Hebdo [and what happened in last week’s Paris attacks], and I think everybody would feel that. [In the Hebdo case] [t]here was a sort of particularized focus and perhaps even a legitimacy in terms of – not a legitimacy, but a rationale that you could attach yourself to somehow and say, okay, they’re really angry because of this and that.

    This Friday was absolutely indiscriminate. It wasn’t to aggrieve one particular sense of wrong. It was to terrorize people. It was to attack everything that we do stand for. That’s not an exaggeration. It was to assault all sense of nationhood and nation-state and rule of law and decency, dignity, and just put fear into the community and say, “Here we are.”

    And for what? What’s the platform? What’s the grievance? That we’re not who they are? They kill people because of who they are and they kill people because of what they believe. And it’s indiscriminate.

    http://www.powerlineblog.com/archives/2015/11/john-kerrys-freudian-slip.php

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  56. Yoda says:

    Sometimes creation of safe spaces they desire not,

    Following the moment of silence, the protestors went back to Novack. An anonymous 19 student who was studying in Novack describes the incident that followed:

    “I was sitting in Novack studying when a large group of protestors came in chanting ‘black lives matter.’ They gathered in the center of Novack amongst the tables where there were a number of people working peacefully.

    They kept shouting and started banging on tables. They demanded that people stand up to show their solidarity. Those who did not stand were targeted and questioned.

    There was a girl studying in one of the study rooms in Novack and the protestors stormed the room. She closed the door on one of the protestors which resulted in rage from many protestors. The girl then exited silently through the crowd while protestors screamed at her calling her a white bitch.

    At one point the protestors crowded around a guy sitting on his laptop and stared at him screaming at him ‘If we cant study, you can’t study.’”
    The student who was being yelled at questioned the movement’s aggressive tactics, and went on to identify himself as a being a part of the Latino community. He was subsequently attacked by one of the protestors who shouted “I’ve never seen you at the LALACS house,” followed by a thunderous applause from the protestors.

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    The large group of protestors began to move up and yell at students on first floor Berry. Students were again yelled at to stand up in support of the protest, and many did so, either out of support or fear.

    After making a girl cry, a protestor screamed “Fuck your white tears.”

    I was startled by the aggression from a small minority of students towards students in the library, many of whom were supporters of the movement.

    http://thetab.com/us/dartmouth/2015/11/14/i-was-proud-to-be-part-of-last-nights-protest-until-it-turned-ugly-978

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  57. Yoda says:

    Written in 1929 it was,


    When all these things are lacking there is no culture; there is in the strictest sense of the word, barbarism. And let us not deceive ourselves, this is what is beginning to appear in Europe under the progressive rebellion of the masses. The traveler knows that in the territory there are no ruling principles to which it is possible to appeal. Properly speaking, there are no barbarian standards. Barbarism is the absence of standards to which appeal can be made.

    Under Fascism there appears for the first time in Europe a type of man who does not want to give reasons or to be right, but simply shows himself resolved to impose his opinions. This is the new thing: the right not to be reasonable, the “reason of unreason.” Here I see the most palpable manifestation of the new mentality of the masses, due to their having decided to rule society without the capacity for doing so. In their political conduct the structure of the new mentality is revealed in the rawest, most convincing manner. The average man finds himself with “ideas” in his head, but he lacks the faculty of ideation. He has no conception even of the rare atmosphere in which ideals live. He wishes to have opinions, but is unwilling to accept the conditions and presuppositions that underlie all opinion. Hence his ideas are in effect nothing more than appetites in words.

    To have an idea means believing one is in possession of the reasons for having it, and consequently means believing that there is such a thing as reason, a world of intelligible truths. To have ideas, to form opinions, is identical with appealing to such an authority, submitting oneself to it, accepting its code and its decisions, and therefore believing that the highest form of intercommunication is the dialogue in which the reasons for our ideas are discussed. But the mass-man would feel himself lost if he accepted discussion, and instinctively repudiates the obligation of accepting that supreme authority lying outside himself. Hence the “new thing” in Europe is “to have done with discussions,” and detestation is expressed for all forms of intercommunication, which imply acceptance of objective standards, ranging from conversation to Parliament, and taking in science. This means that there is a renunciation of the common life of barbarism. All the normal processes are suppressed in order to arrive directly at the imposition of what is desired. The hermeticism of the soul which, as we have seen before, urges the mass to intervene in the whole of public life.

    http://laurencejarvikonline.blogspot.com/2015/11/the-revolt-of-elites.html?m=1

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  58. Yoda says:

    All USA a safe space it should be

    In response to the terrorist attacks in Paris, filmmaker Michael Moore said America needs to be in a “place of peace” and should not use young men and women for war in the Middle East.

    https://pjmedia.com/news-and-politics/2015/11/18/michael-moore-on-paris-attacks-we-must-find-a-place-of-peace

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  59. Yoda says:

    Care he seems to not

    Influential liberal columnists and Democratic strategists say Obama came off as condescending and scornful during his press conference in Antalya, Turkey — missing an opportunity to show strength and leadership in the fight against the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS).

    “I don’t want him shooting from the hip and making empty threats, but I think he could have done a better job in articulating the anger that many people feel toward what happened in not only Paris but Beirut as well,” said Democratic strategist Jim Manley, a former adviser to Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.).

    “What happened in Paris and in Beirut is going to require an aggressive response.”

    Those comments echoed Washington Post columnist Eugene Robinson’s assessment that Obama’s tone “was all wrong” in addressing the Paris attacks.

    Typically an Obama ally, Robinson in a column published on Tuesday wrote that “at times he was patronizing, at other times he seemed annoyed and almost dismissive.”

    “That’s not the tone you want to strike to the public, that’s not the tone you want to send to our allies and enemies,” said Democratic strategist Brad Bannon. . . .

    Monday’s press conference was the latest of a string of comments from Obama that have sparked concern among his fellow Democrats — including the president’s remark last week that ISIS has been geographically “contained.”

    http://thehill.com/homenews/administration/260479-obama-comes-under-criticism-from-dems-over-paris-rhetoric

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  60. SFC Ton says:

    like I said, the French will not fix their shit

    http://abcnews.go.com/International/french-president-francois-hollande-welcomes-refugees-paris-attack/story?id=35274658

    They don’t need to drop ordnance on hajjis in Syria they need to kick out the hajjis they have within their homeland

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  61. Yoda says:

    Dartmouth president no evil he does see,

    Dear President Hanlon: I am appalled by the behavior of the “Black Lives Matter” protesters in Baker Library. If Baker is not a space “safe” from intimidation and threatened violence, what is? Inside their velvet glove pleading for justice is the mailed fist of the thugocracy. It is obvious from the video that their collective years of “liberal arts” education have left them little advanced over the Germanic hordes that sacked Rome.

    We are always hearing about “teachable moments.” How about turning this untenable display into a teachable moment. In the casualty count of the recent Paris Massacre, I did not see a breakdown according to skin color. Perhaps the point is too subtle to make an impression on the protesting scholars. After all, they are too busy suffering through a $60,000+ per annum education on the Hanover Plain. The incoherence would be laughable, if it was not so depressing.

    Will the College be able to administer justice and discipline the protesters for their indefensible actions? The need to ask the question makes me sad and pessimistic.

    With regards.
    John Floberg ’73

    This is the response that President Hanlon has sent to Dartmouth alumni:

    Dear [First Name],

    I understand you’re concerned about the Black Lives Matter protest on campus last week.

    In response to the vandalization of a Black Lives Matter art installation in Collis Center, Dartmouth students organized a large, peaceful meeting on November 12th in support of the national Black Lives Matter movement. After the demonstration, a smaller group moved to the Baker-Berry library, where they launched a political protest.

    We are following up on all complaints related to the protest. However, it’s important to note that as of today, we have received no complaints of physical violence and we have not seen any video that shows physical violence.

    Dartmouth is committed to the principles of free speech, public protest, and inclusivity and we understand that these ideals may sometimes conflict with one another; however, the safety, well-being, and support of all of our students remain our highest priorities.

    I, and members of the administration, have been meeting with concerned students and we are re-doubling efforts to strengthen our community, to increase communication and to ensure that no student ever feels intimidated or unsafe.

    Thank you for writing, I appreciate your engagement on these issues.

    Warm regards,
    Phil Hanlon ’77

    The tone is almost jaunty. President Hanlon apparently didn’t see anything in the video that ruffled his feathers. He suggests that the behavior on display comported with campus norms. He seems to think that our sources of information are limited to college officials.

    http://www.powerlineblog.com/archives/2015/11/dartmouths-disgrace-hanlon-edition.php

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  62. Yoda says:

    This thread not so safe anymore it is.
    Learn useful stuff one now might.

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  63. Liz says:

    “Syrian refugees arriving in Europe should form an army which can be sent back to ‘liberate’ their home country, instead of ‘drinking coffee in the cafes of Berlin’ while western soldiers face ISIS”
    – the Polish foreign minister has said.

    clap, clap, clap, clap, (to infinity clap)

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  64. Liz says:

    Sorry to hear about your leaking roof, Bloom. 😦
    I’ve got one at our house, too. Roofers are coming this morning.

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  65. Yoda says:

    clap, clap, clap, clap, (to infinity clap)

    Kind of like this it would be,

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  66. Liz says:

    In the spirit of safety, Pimpin’ presents, the safe “drive bye”.

    It was a dark and stormy night in the barrio.
    Tyrone says, “Yo hombre, bye.”

    Pedro says, “Yo fuckin’ saying bye to me you pendejo? I catch you and say goodbye to you, too! Nobody does no fuckin’ drive bye on me. I go get my sawed-off megaphone with the 9 volt battery clip and show that little pussy what a real fuckin’ drive bye is!”

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  67. Yoda says:

    Unhappy he is,

    President Obama is again excoriating Republicans for raising concerns about Syrian refugees setting in America after the terrorist attacks in Paris.

    In a press conference in the Philippines on Tuesday, he continued the anti-Republican narrative he set on Monday by mocking Republicans for talking tough, but running scared from widows and orphans.

    “First, they were worried about the press being too tough on them during debates. Now they’re worried about three-year-old orphans,” he said. “That doesn’t sound very tough to me.”

    Obama appeared personally disturbed by political conversation going on back in the United States, condemning Republicans for contributing to ISIS recruitment with their skepticism.

    http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2015/11/18/obama-continues-angry-rant-republicans-blocking-refugees/

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  68. SFC Ton says:

    We should not be giving military training to hajjis. The comment for the Polish guy is dumb. Sure it makes a good sound bite but once you train them they will use that training against the West

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  69. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    The more stuff I se, the more convinced I am that Black Lives Matter is out to stir up trouble everywhere. That they are everywhere and, all at the same time, making generic protests, reeks of conspirocy.

    These people can’t be serious students. Serious students are in the library on Friday night.

    Yoda, Ten hours of PFUDOR?

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  70. Liz says:

    We don’t really need to train them, Ton. But they do need to send them back.
    They can call it an “army”.

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  71. Liz says:

    Perhaps they can put them all on a raft, push it off into the Mediterranean and call it a “Navy”.

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  72. Yoda says:

    Super secret, super effective process they do have,

    AG Lynch pushes back on FBI: Syrian refugees can be screened
    Washington Examiner

    Attorney General Loretta Lynch insisted on Tuesday that the Obama administration has the ability to run effective security screenings on Syrian refugees, despite testimony from the FBI last month indicating it may not be possible to run these security checks.

    The issue of security checks on refugees was called into question by FBI Director James Comey in October, when he told a House committee that checking refugees against a database won’t do anything if the U.S. doesn’t have any data on these refugees.

    “And so if someone has never made a ripple in the pond in Syria in a way that would get their identity or their interest reflected in our database, we can query our database until the cows come home, but there will be nothing showing up because we have no record of them,” Comey said.

    http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/ag-lynch-contradicts-fbi-on-screening-syrian-refugees/article/2576532

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  73. Cill says:

    “We should not be giving military training to hajjis.”

    No. Send them to war with (or against) ISIS with the murderous hatred they come bounteously equipped with already.

    They will then end up as our enemy or our dependents. Again, that’s the situation already.

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  74. Spawny Get says:

    “Yoda, Ten hours of PFUDOR?”

    He went full-PFUDOR

    Never go full-PFUDOR

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  75. Spawny Get says:

    “Never go full-PFUDOR”

    That’s intended as a threat…

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  76. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    How about arming and training PFUDORs?

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  77. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Please forget that I said anything about arming and training PFUDORs. In time, they would turn on us too.

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  78. Spawny Get says:

    True Fuzz. If Tarn ever turns to the pink fluffy side and gets a perm and dye…run for the hills.

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  79. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Fet,
    Don’t scare me with that! Tarn turning to the Dark Side. Imagine a bear shivering. Brrrr….

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  80. Yoda says:

    How about arming and training PFUDORs?

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  81. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Yoda,
    It amuses me to think of all our avatars joining to do do some great, good deed.
    Evildoers, beware!

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  82. Yoda says:

    Spawny Fet,

    Boba’a son he is?

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  83. Cill says:

    I’m not convinced that PFUDORs could PFUD epffectively.
    In pfact, I think the whole idea is a bit pMickey pMouse.

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  84. Yoda says:

    Odd to see in Mother Jones it is,

    Here’s the thing: to the average person, it seems perfectly reasonable to be suspicious of admitting Syrian refugees to the country. We know that ISIS would like to attack the US. We know that ISIS probably has the wherewithal to infiltrate a few of its people into the flood of refugees. And most voters have no idea how easy it is to get past US screening. They probably figure it’s pretty easy.

    So it doesn’t seem xenophobic or crazy to call for an end to accepting Syrian refugees. It seems like simple common sense. After all, things changed after Paris.

    Mocking Republicans over this—as liberals spent much of yesterday doing on my Twitter stream—seems absurdly out of touch to a lot of people. Not just wingnut tea partiers, either, but plenty of ordinary centrists too. It makes them wonder if Democrats seriously see no problem here? Do they care at all about national security? Are they really that detached from reality?

    http://m.motherjones.com/kevin-drum/2015/11/liberals-should-knock-mockery-over-calls-limit-syrian-refugees

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  85. Yoda says:

    What to do he does wonder,

    When we accept refugees from countries where there are at least nominal public records and law enforcement there are no guarantees, but there’s a chance of finding things out. This is particularly true if the refugee in question has spent any time in a stronger, European ally nation and potentially run into trouble with their own law enforcement. Fingerprints, photographs, family histories… any of these might turn up some information. But just as we found when we first entered Iraq, some areas have very little profiling information of that sort. And when a nation falls into chaos, all sorts of records can be lost or intentionally destroyed.

    So what’s left for us to work with in Syria? And who is the trusted partner we’re supposed to work with in ferreting out all of that information? Lacking anything other than a dodgy set of identification papers there is very little to go on beyond the word of the subject and how trustworthy they seem during an interview. How much faith to you want to place in that when the cost of being wrong is so high? As with everything else in the terrorism game, we need 100% accuracy to remain safe and the terrorists only have to be right once. I have no doubt that there are many, many families who didn’t want anything to do with the war going on in Syria and who fled for their lives. They clearly need help. But it’s never been solely the responsibility of the United States to save everyone and you’ve got to draw the line somewhere. Pushing for hundreds of thousands of these people to flood into the United States next year in the name of being politically correct isn’t just foolish… it’s potentially suicidal.

    http://hotair.com/archives/2015/11/18/washington-wasnt-nearly-so-confident-in-this-refugee-vetting-process-a-few-months-ago/

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  86. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Chateau Heartiste has a very interesting map.

    https://heartiste.wordpress.com/2015/11/18/a-sneak-peak-at-the-2016-electoral-map/

    A quick glance tells me that few states want Syrian refugees and alot don’t.

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  87. JDG says:

    How can this thread be considered safe if you laugh so hard that your side hurts?

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  88. JDG says:

    How can I feel safe without sammiches?

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  89. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    JDG,
    You made me realize that sandwiches are meant to be eaten as soon as they are made. They can’t be hoarded or stored against days of no sandwiches.
    I think that it would be more to the point that having the good will of a sandwich maker would contribute to feelings of well being.

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  90. Cill says:

    Bloom at 8:40 am “there was a storm that blew some shingles off my roof”

    I’m trying to learn American. Shouldn’t you say “there was a storm that blew some shingles off of my roof”? 😉

    Best idea re the roof: call Hire a Hubby. Do you have Hire a Hubby in your part of the world? It’s popular here. I’m still chivalrous enough to hate the thought of a mother risking her neck on a slippery roof.

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  91. Spawny Get says:

    Fireproof jobs you need Higher a hubby.

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  92. Cill says:

    My question is, how many of the protesting “safe space” students wouldn’t be at university were it not for affirmative action and diversity programs? And how many are there only because they’re on a football scholarship? If the answer is “a significant percentage” then my next question would be, are they unhappy because of their inability to compete for degrees?

    I obtained my own degree at a prestigious STEM university overseas, which had vigorous gender and racial diversity programs. I know that these programs produce incompetent engineers. I know too, from a friend who is professor of law in the USA, that diversity programs produce incompetent lawyers.

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  93. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Cill,
    I do get the sense that they are skating through University.
    I see your friend’s point about affirmative action. Things that are given are not highly valued.

    Are you feeling safe enough? We may have a new thread tonight.

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  94. Spawny Get says:

    Sorry to hear about Jonah. Got a fair amount of coverage in the regular news

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  95. Spawny Get says:

    “are they unhappy because of their inability to compete for degrees?”
    Wouldn’t surprise me if that forms a large part of the problem.

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  96. Spawny Get says:

    Legoland is not a recognised STEM university BTW. Nor is a ‘I went to Legoland with my Mummy and Daddy’ t-shirt any form of degree. How many times must I tell you?

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  97. Cill says:

    You got me me old mate. Fair and square.

    Thanks re Jonah. Many of his tries (touchdowns) were scored when he was already suffering from the painful kidney disease that would eventually kill him. I can’t help wondering how far he might have gone had that disease not prevented him reaching his rugby prime.

    BTW a few minutes ago Richie McCaw announced his retirement from rugby. He’ll be a commercial helicopter pilot.

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  98. Cill says:

    Lomu and McCaw, two of the all time greats.

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  99. Spawny Get says:

    It was a lot more than just a mention. Interviewed his schoolmaster in one of the news shows. All positive and respectful.

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  100. Cill says:

    Yoda at 1:12 pm http://laurencejarvikonline.blogspot.com/2015/11/the-revolt-of-elites.html?m=1 Hence the “new thing” in Europe is “to have done with discussions,” and detestation is expressed for all forms of intercommunication, which imply acceptance of objective standards, ranging from conversation to Parliament, and taking in science. (Written in 1929)

    The same criticism could be levelled at the SJWs of today. In 1929 Europe was about to be wrecked by nazism. Today the wrecking of the Western world, by feminazism, is well under way and will be a much more complete destruction than nazism was able to achieve.

    There are other chilling parallels as well. The following statement by Mikhail Gorbachev is referred to in the video from Spawny at 11:06 pm:
    The most puzzling development in politics during the last decade is the apparent determination of Western European leaders to re-create the Soviet Union in Western Europe.

    You can fool some of the people all of the time. Unfortunately those fools, feminists and lefties, are running the show.

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  101. Tarnished says:

    Don’t scare me with that! Tarn turning to the Dark Side.

    Oh, sweet bear…I’ve already been there for a long time. You can’t work in retail and deal with the unwashed, illiterate masses for 15 years without going to the Dark Side, at least in the confines of your brain. Why, just today I had a customer who’s stupidity was so unbelievable that the only way to keep myself smiling while dealing with said monosyllabic iced-pole-licker was to imagine killing him with a spork.

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  102. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Cill,
    If it helps, may I say that they are losing crdibility?

    I am past the the third part of a four part BBC documentary that is very feminist in outlook. It’s on youtube and called “The Ascent of Woman”. I am beginning to wonder if they have always been with us.

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  103. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Tarn,
    Be glad that you don’t sell lottery tickets. The combined incomptence and entitlement is enough to turn Roosh V to becoming a hermit.

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  104. Tarnished says:

    Oh, I know, Fuzzie.
    The first retail job I had we sold lottery tickets and cigarettes. Those neanderthals were very special snowflakes indeed.

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  105. Tarnished says:

    I am beginning to wonder if they have always been with us.

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  106. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Selling product isn’t all that bad, even cigarettes. Lotto is awful because they just keep coming. Thr profit isn’t enough to cover wages and lotto sales cut into product sales. Finally, you end up working straight through with no breaks.

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  107. Yoda says:

    A new post there is

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  108. Cill says:

    “Are you feeling safe enough? We may have a new thread tonight.”

    Yep Fuzzy, I’m a box of fluffy ducks. 😉

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  109. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Cill,
    That sounds almost as happy as a pink fluffy unicorn.

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  110. Cill says:

    Yo. Can you imagine my baleful eye staring out of that pile of squashed ducks?

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  111. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Tarn,
    I love it!!!
    The only thing that worries me is all those duckies looking at me and saying, “Mama!”.

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  112. SFC Ton says:

    There is no way in fucking hell you can effectively screen refugees. Especially from some place like Syria; those sort of places are seriously lacking in bio metrics, birth certificates and all that kind of stuff

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  113. SFC Ton says:

    Love the movie They Live; Rowdy Rodney seemed like a pretty good guy, though its not like we are fishing buddies or anything

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  114. Sumo says:

    the only way to keep myself smiling while dealing with said monosyllabic iced-pole-licker was to imagine killing him with a spork.

    A spork is a handy weapon.

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  115. SFC Ton says:

    “Send them to war with (or against) ISIS with the murderous hatred they come bounteously equipped with already.

    They will then end up as our enemy or our dependents. Again, that’s the situation already.”

    From a strategic stand point, that shit gets complex quickly with all sorts of blow back as in the Iran/ Iraq war. It’s basically what obama is trying to do in Syria right now but shit isn’t getting resolved, in part because it is a complex plan to began with in part because he is infuckingcompetent

    A simpler plan is to support the various tyrants over there. Libya, Syria and Egypt were all stable and not causing the West any serious problems when we decided to incite their people into up raising. Now they are all three a fucking mess. Oil for arms and what not as long as they keep the oil flowing and the people in check/ things stable.

    Combined with a guarantee of an insanely disproportional response. As in some group of hajjis kills one Western, we kill 100 of them, most assuredly including their kin. They kill 2, we kill 200 etc etc.This is not only the guys who do the killing but who ever recruited them, trained them, donated money to them, did the hajji version of mass for them etc etc.

    Really its basic game theory

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  116. SFC Ton says:

    Yoda, it is bizare as fuck to see mother jones publish common sense. They also did a good job exposing the lie about police killing negros; police kill way more White men then black men

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  117. SFC Ton says:

    Well if Hitler would have won, peoples cultures would be secure and there’d be no rampaging hoard of hajjis tearing up the place (or even just stuck to uniting the German speaking peoples)

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  118. Tarnished says:

    A spork is a handy weapon.

    Lol. Hardly, but it is oddly satisfying in my demented mind-scenarios.

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  119. Thanks for the concern Cill, I let the neighbor/handyman handle crawling up on the ladder to temporarily patch the roof. It’s cedar shake, mighty slick when wet, very steep pitch, no way. Plus I am a chicken about heights and ladders even on a clear dry day! The handyman surveyed the situation and gave me a list of supplies to get. We’ll have steady rain for the next few days so he secured things and now we wait for better weather. The drywall ceiling and insulation under it were saturated where the leak was and a patch of that let way from the weight so he cut out a square where that was and there is a fan pulling out the moisture. Once that’s good and dry in a few days to a week I can cover the opening and then he’ll replace the insulation and patch in the drywall after the permanant outside fix is done and all is watertight. Quite the adventure, I assisted by handing him tools and such but otherwise left it up to the handyman. All very reasonable, probably 1/4 of if I had called someone from the phone book. Good to have a local handyman on speed dial. And a country store nearby where the owner knows me by name and everyone else in the valley, too! Good to know thy neighbors! 🙂

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  120. Cill says:

    He has taken the right steps there, Bloom. Preventing long-term damage is the most important aspect of the job. All the best.

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  121. Also agreed w Ton there is just no way to adequately screen refugees. Anyone who thinks there is I have some swampland, I mean good farmland for sale, usually nice and dry gosh at least two weeks a year every third year or so! $100,000 per 1/4 acre! Act now!!!!

    But seriously, I have thought from day 1 letting these immigrants in w open arms thinking was just nuts. Mother Earth News got it right! One cannot ignore the very clear and obvious dangers in the name of hopeful altruism, crossed fingers, and feel goods.

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  122. SFC Ton says:

    Of course I am correct Bloom #1 I am the Ton mother fucker! #2 it is part of my old skill set and I know of what I speak ( though BioMetrics is not something I am an expert on, I know enough to know vetting them is impossible, vetting large numbers even more so.. if that’s possible)

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  123. Cill says:

    Agreed. The western media were naive in their enthusiasm for the “Arab spring” in parts of the world where people only understand dictatorship. The “Arab spring” was never going to lead to democracy and rule of law and separation of powers etc.

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  124. @ ton I predicted that Mexican border weak spot awhile ago too, would be way too easy

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  125. Yoda says:

    Looks like Captain Kirk and tribbles it does.
    For sure I can say not
    A different science fiction franchise it is

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  126. SFC Ton says:

    Democracy is all bad; None of the big name Founding Fathers where a fan of it

    A few years back they caught some AQ trying to cross the border down South. It’s a no brainer but really there are more reliable ways for these various groups to get in the usa

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  127. My college had a very sizable middle eastern foreign student group. All guys, naturally. There’s another wide open.

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  128. SFC Ton says:

    I wasn’t going to mention them but yes darling that is one of the better ways

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  129. Sumo says:

    Lol. Hardly, but it is oddly satisfying in my demented mind-scenarios.

    Years ago, I saw an LE training video titled “Surviving Edged Weapons”. There was one scene where we were shown a corpse whose chest looked like six pounds of raw hamburger.

    The weapon that caused that mess? A fork.

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  130. Probably best not to list all the wide opens, but they aren’t hard to see. I have always had a way of spotting the weak point of most situations, often they are so obvious most people miss them, thank goodness. Or one could say I have a criminal mind, but not the morality. It’s a blessing and a curse…most things are rediculously wide open, kinda scary.

    My brother is the same. He can spot the security loopholes and back doors in computer systems so he’s made a career out of hacking software for the companies he works for to button down those weak spots before outside “real” hackers find them.

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  131. It could be a Czech thing 😉 gotta watch those dodgy buggers! Lol.

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  132. Another thing my brother did was work for the FDIC back analyzing the books and data from “failed” banks after the economy collapsed to make sure the banks themselves hadn’t cooked their books then run off w govt. funded loot to boot. (Yep, some had…)

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  133. Cill says:

    I am of infinite cunning when it comes to survival. NZ has a long coast line (longer than the USA’s not including Alaska) most of it unpopulated. For resourceful men, the sea would be another opening. I’ve had to defend my place against attack by men who would simply have squatted here and made me and my resources their own. Leave my name on the title as owner and make me their minion. They learned that it does not pay to make an enemy of me.

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  134. Sumo says:

    I remember that story. Here’s hoping the dude who is buying your paradise is equally resourceful.

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  135. Cill says:

    He’s a bloke I know. He’ll have all my installations and already knows how to use them. Basically it’s a matter of timing and ruthlessness. It’s over to him. My next place will be vulnerable until I’ve completed it. Until then I’ll stay here with the new guy and help him look after the place if necessary. Nobody knows where my new place is apart from a couple of lawyers.

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  136. Yoda says:

    So this thread really about safe space for Cill it is

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  137. Cill says:

    Now that I’m not made to feel uncomfortable by PFUDOR videos…
    There is no need for a safe space when there is no threat.
    I insist on having a safe space, so I insist on having a threat. Something to make me feel dizzy and short of breath and sweaty palms. The administrators must resign unless I receive it NOW.

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  138. Sumo says:

    Something to make me feel dizzy and short of breath and sweaty palms.

    You’re friends with me. That should be your default setting.

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  139. Cill says:

    Very true, bro.

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  140. Cill says:

    It’s 8:57 pm Thursday here, dark and a boat has just arrived in the bay. An attractive female has arrived and we’re going to do polite, gentile things together. Take high tea like the Queen, perhaps, or knit woollies while we swap the local goss…

    I will take my leave of spawnyspace. See you tomorrow Sumo me mate, and any others lurking here.

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  141. Sumo says:

    knit woollies while we swap the local goss…

    Swapping bodily fluids is much more fun, just sayin’….. 😀

    Have a pleasant evening brother. And say “hi” to M for me. 😉

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  142. Liz says:

    “http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2015/11/18/more-college-chaos-as-black-lives-matter-protestors-block-bill-clinton-event-at-michigan-state/”

    Bwahahahahahahaaaa!!!!

    That was gratifying. Thanks, Swithy. 🙂

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  143. SFC Ton says:

    “Surviving Edged Weapons”
    tip #1. you will be cut. ignore it and kill the other fucker

    folks always make the simple complex

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  144. Cill says:

    knit woollies while we swap the local goss… [puns very much intended]
    Swapping bodily fluids is much more fun, just sayin

    Synonyms, bro. 😉

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  145. Cill says:

    Uh, yeah, I see… You saw it already, hence the ” 😉 ” you added.
    Good one.

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  146. Yoda says:

    Relationship there is not,

    An acid-tongued Hillary Clinton ripped into conservatives on Thursday for what she said was an ‘obsession in some quarters’ with the notion that the global spread of terrorism is a byproduct of the Muslim faith, denying that the two are connected in any way.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3325645/Hillary-hammers-obsession-words-radical-Islamic-terrorism-insists-Muslims-whatsoever-terrorism.html

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  147. Yoda says:

    As clowns the students are viewed,

    By a three-to-one margin, Missourians disagree with the actions of protestors at the University of Missouri over the past weeks, a new poll shows.

    http://www.kansascity.com/news/local/news-columns-blogs/the-buzz/article45066447.html

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  148. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Yoda,
    Hillary’s husband was a consummate salesman. He could sell ice cubes to Eskimos. After living with him for so long, why hasn’t Hillary learned how to do this?

    It is good to know that, unlike students, people in Missouri are in possession of common sense. By the way, I heard that Harry S. Truman never attended college. That’s foresight!

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  149. Yoda says:

    Hillary’s husband was a consummate salesman. He could sell ice cubes to Eskimos. After living with him for so long, why hasn’t Hillary learned how to do this?

    Starts with fact that so darn unlikable she is.
    Then she make statements with no wiggle room that clearly lies they are

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  150. Spawny Get says:

    I don’t think that she even knows of the concept of shame. I’m amazed that anyone would consider voting for her. I’m shocked that she’s not in jail. The level of corruption required in the system is horrifying. That it’s so blatant…beyond belief.

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  151. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Yoda,
    You have a point. She has always been a stinker. I’ll bet that she was mean in grade school to the point where she makes Lucy from Peanuts look like an angel.

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  152. JDG says:

    On the subject of Hillary:

    Even if she were a political unicorn that could do no wrong I still wouldn’t vote for her. She’s a woman and I’m sexist. She ought to be in the kitchen making sammiches for her husband, and he ought to get his huevos back from her purse and be a man.Just my 2 cents.

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  153. Yoda says:

    The USA turn incredibly sexist it will,

    “We will realize that those who are the race baiters or the sexist baiters are going to have to triple down there efforts now that we have someone with a vagina theoretically leading the free world,” Carolla said during the Nov. 15 episode of “The Adam and Dr. Drew Show.”

    “Here will be the shift, everybody … you will watch the nice transition on our nation’s campuses go from the systemic racism to the systemic sexism. That will then become the theme. We can then enjoy … a nice four-year block of that.”

    http://www.hollywoodintoto.com/adam-carolla-hillary-win-spark-sexism-protests/

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