probably more like Trump doesn’t want to instantly alienate all of Kanye and Kim Kardashian’s twitter followers.
i bet if Kanye took a cheap shot at Trump, we wouldn’t be hearing much from Trump about how nice Kanye is!
September 2, 2015 at 5:46pm
most of the people that have worked with Kanye say he’s very endearing.
Most of the people that have worked with Kanye are idiots. The man is a self-aggrandizing delusional jerkoff who commits blasphemy by likening himself to Jesus Christ.
Sorry Trump, but your stock just went down a few points for that one.
 September 2, 2015 at 5:44pm
Trump’s now-fired campaign advisor, Roger Stone, once did some PR consulting work for Sharpton.
Stone’s a slut.
he goes where the money is.
September 2, 2015 at 5:39pm
 September 2, 2015 at 4:46pm
i think that’s accurate, Celt.
 September 2, 2015 at 4:27pm
he’d be better off if he took Dark Helmet’s approach…
“go past this part… in fact, never show this again!”
yeah.. maybe it was different back then.
back before the guidance counselors started telling everyone they would be losers for life if they didn’t take out huge loans to finance 4 years of drunken date-rape.
September 2, 2015 at 4:15pm
“Back in the late 90s a Christian organization withdrew from a charity in my area because they were told they could not try to convert people. What does this tell you?”
it tells me some government bureaucracy successfully intimidated a charitable group, blink.
every conversation they had with the folks they were serving could’ve been perceived as trying to “convert” by paranoid theo-phobes like yourself.
Congrats. Your statist pals bullied another charitable group, and someone in need probably suffered from it.
hope you’re proud of that.
 September 2, 2015 at 3:58pm
i dunno argyle.
when were they ever the best of the best.
i was in college when the original “not guilty” OJ verdict was read- 20 years ago.
there was literally an audible cheer throughout the campus loud enough to reverberate throughout my dorm.
followed by huge raging celebratory parties into the night.
My first round at college in the '70's most of us were too busy for silly crap like this. Student loans were new, and still hard to get, you actually had to earn a scholarship, and parents with enough money were few and far between. Most of us actually had to work at least a part time job, while carrying a full class load. Lot's of ketchup soup on the menu.
What I'm saying, is that if today's teens have enough time to be involved in activism, then college has gotten too easy. It is no wonder that they come out of college tens of thousands of dollars in debt if they are financing a lifestyle that involves this crap.
yeah.. maybe it was different back then.
back before the guidance counselors started telling everyone they would be losers for life if they didn't take out huge loans to finance 4 years of drunken date-rape.
I believe that most of them have been f*ed somewhere else..Voluntarily
Now it's huge loans to finance 4 years of doing the proper paperwork to insure kissing some girl isn't later called sexual assault.
Miss Foy appears to have eaten too much Poi…
She must have assaulted more than one all-you-can-eat buffet to have done that much harm to her body.
 September 2, 2015 at 3:39pm
LibSoc… why would you be “creeped out” by a Christian music performance when you’re going to see an overtly Christian movie?
it’s exactly what i’d expect if i were going.
if you were creeped out because these folks were performing in the lobby while you there to see something like “Sinister 2″, i’d understand- but the folks in this theater were there to see “War Room”.
so true, Chuck.
but every carpenter with a nail-gun occasionally removes his fogged-up safety glasses to take a closer look, decides another nail is needed, and just pops one in there.
heck- even after going through that experience, i still do it.
it’s easy to get consumed by the craftsmanship, itself, when you care about your product.
 September 2, 2015 at 3:00pm
not following you, blink.
please expound on your bowl of brussel sprouts strawman.
September 2, 2015 at 2:55pm
my reply ended up under the other comment ^
September 2, 2015 at 2:54pm
maybe time to switch to the old-man 1/2 swing driver? :D
people that watched jets fly into buildings should just chill and get over themselves already.
 September 2, 2015 at 2:37pm
i believe it.
i once got a tiny piece of wire-collation from a clip of framing gun nails imbedded in my eye.
took months before it surfaced enough to be removed.
by then, it was totally fragile, oxidized, and had to be scraped out.
the internal sound that scraper made echoed in my ears like a thousand fingernails on a chalkboard.
it also made my teeth hurt.
sinus pressure affects all sorts of teeny nerves.
I once had a wire particle embedded in my eye while using a grinder.
They put drops in my eye and used tweezers to pluck it out.
I didn't feel anything, but it was odd when my eye went blurry for a second.
I often say that gloves, safety glasses, and hearing protection can be some of the best "tools"
Such problems are common with welders as well.
Fogged safety glasses suck, but you eventually get pretty good at completely the weld even when you can barely see.
I almost never remove my safety glasses because when I first started going SMAW we had a guy get a welding spark in his eye which nearly cost him the sight in that eye.
Even more recently with TIG on stainless and hastelloy, I just put up with it. I can repair a botched weld, I can't go un-blind.