The nerve of that woman, if you ask the question, “do you mind if…?” be prepared for an answer you might not like. Black dude is upset because a white girl didn’t think he was cool. “Don’t you know who I am, bitch?”
The irony may well be that the baby sitter is a minor and is protected from having her name revealed. Oregon is a screwed up state already, now it’s even worse.
 May 22, 2016 at 4:30pm
I have to agree that the article is intentionally misleading by mis-labeling prudent end of life option discussions, such as living wills, as advanced care cost decisions which were and still are the subject of any “death panel” discussion.
To be correct the discussions about which the article speaks would need to be more like: “so, Mr Smith, when we decide taking care of you is too expensive, how do you want us to let you die?”
 May 22, 2016 at 3:11pm
Many of these guys have had people telling them what to do every step of the way since they showed athletic talent at an early age and were shepherded through their college careers with sports being the main focus while academics and personal responsibility were someone else’s problem.
So it’s no surprise that they have no clue about much of anything in the real world especially when they see their pals with flashy cars, pimped out with jewelry and being pursued by hot women with an eye on the player’s money.
 May 22, 2016 at 12:32pm
And you know this “model” wasn’t some fat guy named Fred how?
 May 22, 2016 at 10:49am
In today’s US the “w” word most hated by many is “White”, even white libs hate the fact that they’re white.
Add straight AND white? Just go shoot yourself because you’re what’s wrong with America.
 May 18, 2016 at 1:08pm
I feel pretty, oh so pretty
I feel pretty, and witty and gay
And I pity any boy who isn’t me today
If it’s all about feeling, go wild young man, go wild.
May 17, 2016 at 3:25pm
Having a cute girl call you a “cheeky monkey” isn’t necessarily a bad thing, mate. Probably better than a quick monkey in some contexts.
 May 17, 2016 at 8:44am
The viewer complaints were real, that’s the story. Whether or not she was ordered to put on the sweater isn’t the issue.
Pretty sure noticing the sexualization of teenage girls is not the same as admitting being turned on. Take a look at the sure to be posted 2016 prom pics and many of the girls’ outfits look more like stripper/hooker gear than high school.
 May 16, 2016 at 4:34pm
So these are the people always making the racket in the hotel hallway in the middle of the night.
My wife and I have stayed at some very nice hotels and it doesn’t matter where you are there’s always a few loud-mouths (more often than not black folks) who think the hallway at 3 AM is the perfect place to catch up on old times or discuss the events of the day at high volume…or apparently get into a fight over which useless Lib candidate will give away the most “free” stuff.
Lock ‘em all up and let them continue the discussion “downtown”.
 May 16, 2016 at 12:58pm
Way too many variables to duplicate the event, down to the type of fire insulation on the steel beams, construction techniques, exterior surfaces, etc.
Great attention grabber, poor science.
 May 16, 2016 at 11:00am
Perhaps if black people didn’t commit a disproportionate amount of the violent crimes in certain areas, their interaction with police would be more aligned with the rest of the population. Unfortunately for BLM, the rate of “fatal encounters with police” stats don’t support their racial bias claims.
 May 16, 2016 at 8:24am
Not a great fashion choice for early morning, but certainly not indecent. Megan Kellys off the shoulder ensemble with “stripper shoes” last week makes the weather girl look pretty conservative.
Also, orthodox Jews forbid women showing their arms above the elbow and legs above the knee so a broader range of folks to take offense, although I’m pretty sure that’s why the tv remote has a “Channel” button
 May 16, 2016 at 8:15am
The young girls are doing a great job of sexualizing themselves in case you hadn’t noticed. Moms with 12 year olds in Vs Secret buying underwear strikes me as a bit much but you’re apparently fine with it.
 May 12, 2016 at 3:01pm
With DW-S “cover” is the preferred response, ducking is a good start until the bag is in place. After that hiding is optional.
May 8, 2016 at 1:43pm
I’m feeling micro-aggression already, couldn’t he have said the “bounce-house of ideas” and not been so menacing? Emotional counseling needed on aisle 7.
 May 8, 2016 at 10:11am
Imagine what would happen if they got hold of Three Stooges reruns and any episode of WWF.
Headline: Tel Aviv, Muslim extremists hijack bus by brandishing folding metal chairs, later heard shooting :”woob, woob, woob, woob, woob”. Several passengers reported being poked in the eye.
Nyuk nyuk nyuk! It would be interesting to hear the Muzzers explain how their "religion" has been violent for 14 centuries due to cartoons from the 1950s..........
 May 8, 2016 at 9:23am
Most of the whining yutes arrive on the battlefield of ideas unarmed.
 May 6, 2016 at 4:00pm
One last time, the speech verbatim says, “you didn’t build that.” Period. Not , “you didn’t build every aspect of every component of the infrastructure that you utilize and have contributed to through taxation BUT because you’re a smart hardworking person who persevered and succeeded, you get the accolades..” Nope, says just the opposite.
He gives the individual NO CREDIT for his own success. Yes, the speech references all those other things as a common sense addendum to everything we do, but Obama absolutely denies personal responsibility for success, unless it’s his own, with that one statement.
You can’t have it both ways and it’s clear to most that Obama negated success as an individual achievement in his obsession for collectivism in all things.
 May 6, 2016 at 9:34am
“Somebody helped”, your interpretation, is a far cry from “You didn’t build that-somebody else MADE (not helped) that happen.”
The context doesn’t negate the sentiment that no one achieves anything, it’s all part of the collective effort. Individuals are insignificant and government is supreme.
You can’t spin away the underlying message of the worthlessness of individual effort, talent and achievement. And to say that the taxes paid by individuals and businesses to build and support the infrastructure negates their participation in that effort is a further dismissal of the value of success and hard work.
Tell your kid when he comes home with an A+ on a test that he had nothing to do with that success, the studying and hard work, not “Great job, I’m really proud of you” but “Somebody else made that happen, you had nothing to do with it.” Then explain that he didn’t build the school or print the text book or build his own desk from trees he cut down himself. so how dare he claim any credit for what he achieved.