(Do not, however, confuse them w/ The O.C.'s Huntington Beach.)
|"We're having a little trouble monetizing our platform."|
|Oh, perfectly clear now.|
We shall sue to the end. We shall sue in New York, we shall sue in California, we shall obfuscate with growing confidence and growing strength over the air, we shall deny our accusers & defend our privilege, whatever the cost may be. We shall sue on the beaches, we shall sue on the landing grounds, we shall sue in the fields and in the streets, we shall sue in the hills; we shall never surrender, that government of the lawyers, by the lawyers & for the lawyers shall not perish from the earth. After W. Churchill, sometime during World War II, w/ a closing touch o' Abe Lincoln, during the War Between
There'll always be an England, we guess.
One question: Is a bleak future worse than no future?
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David French / National Review:
The Price I've Paid for Opposing Donald Trump — Trump's alt-right trolls have subjected me and my family to an unending torrent of abuse that I wouldn't wish on anyone. — I distinctly remember the first time I saw a picture of my then-seven-year-old daughter's face in a gas chamber.
Nancy French / Washington Post:Fucking morons. This is exactly what your little friends are like: Hate-filled racists, bitter & filled w/ resentment. Don't pretend you're any better, hypocrites.
What it's like to experience the 2016 election as both a conservative and a sex abuse survivor — “Should we pick him up?” The preacher pointed to the side of the road to a hitchhiker. — “No!” I shrieked, but the idea was intoxicating. I'd lived in a one-festival town my whole life.Discussion:
Were you a Yankee (or other) yout' when Mr. David's "Young Americans" was popular? If so, you're hill-aged now.(Maybe I shouldn't pick on the yout' & their omnipresent 'phones so much; they're going to be getting it good & hard
Trump? Clinton? Many young Americans prefer giant meteor, poll finds
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H.R. Camp, sure ("LOCK 'EM UP!") but even more likely to end as a red spot beneath a tank tread, or bleeding to death while crying for his "mama". (If he actually tried whatever he can for his country beyond idle threats. Not bloody likely, wouldn't you say?) What a fucking punk.
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Rebecca Savransky / The Hill:Really, Sniffles? Is this projection, deflection or attacking your enemy w/ your weaknesses, reverse-Rove style?
Trump calls for drug test before debate … on Saturday called for himself and Hillary Clinton — to take a drug test prior to the third presidential debate. — During a campaign rally Saturday in New Hampshire, the GOP presidential nominee compared himself and Clinton to athletes.Discussion:
James DeVinne / Occupy Democrats: Trump Goes Off The Deep End: “Hillary Is On Drugs!”Tom Boggioni / Raw Story: DON'T MISS STORIES. FOLLOW RAW STORY! — GOP presidential …Justen Charters / Independent Journal Review: Trump Is Convinced Hillary Was ‘On Something’ at 2nd Debate. Now, He's Making Demand She Be Tested for DrugsJason Easley / Politicus USA: Trump Has A Breakdown In New Hampshire And Accuses Hillary Clinton Of Being On Drugs
|Kornheiser, Wilbon. Screengrab.|
What a pair of rubes. AHEM!WILBON: "There's ... there's no ace from the Dodgers coming out in a Superman uniform."
KORNHEISER: "No, Clayton Kershaw's done for the series."
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Take that, Washington elites selling America's sovereignty to the international bankers & rootless cosmopolitans!Roberts went against usual practice and brought in closer Kenley Jansen, who is rarely seen before the 9th inning. Jansen got himself in trouble a couple of times but hung in until the 9th, only leaving after he had thrown a career-high 51 pitches and put two runners on by walks.
Enter Clayton Kershaw, the Dodgers ace starter making his first relief appearance in years. He had pitched two nights earlier, making 110 pitches then, so this was a very unorthodox move by Roberts. It was Kershaw's idea, Roberts said after the game. His lefty got the Nats most dangerous hitter, Daniel Murphy, who had done so much damage to the Dodgers in the playoffs last year, while he was still with the Mets, including two home runs off Kershaw. This time Kershaw got Murphy to pop up for the second out. The only batter left on the Nats bench was rookie Wilmer Difo, and he was no match for Kershaw. He struck out swinging. With that, the Dodgers advanced to the National League Championship Series and will face the Cubs.
|And not uh akrit xlation from the Cyrillic, neither. Blame Google for offering it under "torpor", w/ all the hamsters.|