Yep, thanks for your $0.02, kook. Now go fade back into relative obscurity.
 January 22, 2016 at 2:43am
I’m a Cruz supporter and I would vote for Trump if he ends up being the nominee. I certainly don’t want a Democrat to win. You said you wish we weren’t so divided but then you painted all Cruz supporters with a broad brush rather quickly. I have seen plenty of Trump supporters who say there’s no way they would vote for Cruz. Whatever. All I can do is try to convince people using persuasive logical arguments and in the end they’ll do whatever they think is right, just as I will.
 January 3, 2016 at 1:29am
Well, apparently the Pastafarian thing (wearing a colander on your head) was started by an atheist. @SyberianOrion several posts above this one posted 2 news story links.
January 3, 2016 at 1:23am
Don’t worry, it just plays music in custom stations based on related themes with an occasional ad. It’s free and you get to skip several songs an hour if you don’t like them…
 January 3, 2016 at 1:13am
Good for you, sir! Thank you for your service and sacrifice for our country.
December 17, 2015 at 12:06am
Nah, why would he spend so much of his own money just to hand it over to Cruz? I think he really wants the job, but I do think that Cruz’s consistent conservatism will propel him to the top eventually.
 December 16, 2015 at 11:34pm
Or maybe they’re both just savvy enough to have individually figured out that it wouldn’t benefit them to snipe at each other. One big hole in his theory is that Trump did criticize Cruz last weekend, inexplicably siding with the Republican establishment by saying Cruz didn’t know how to play nice in the Senate. Cruz took the high road and did the Twitter equivalent of laughing it off. But Trump took a lot of heat for it on Levin and Rush’s radio shows, so I think he realized it wasn’t a tactic that would win him any additional supporters.
 December 5, 2015 at 9:01pm
I can think of no greater Christmas present that she could have given to her community than stepping down.
@aventine and @fsandlewould: I think you underestimate Cruz. A media caricature which has never been anywhere close to an accurate depiction of the man will mean nothing when Cruz is seen publicly mopping the floor with Hillary, Bernie, or whatever joker wins the Democrat nomination. The man is not only extremely intelligent with a steel-trap memory, but I contend in dealing with the media and opponents he knows exactly what his strategy is and how he comes off publicly, much like Reagan knew how to handle the media. In terms of sounding “too smart” for the average American voter I also have to disagree. He knows how to resonate with the concerns of the general public and has an extremely common-sense approach to these issues. You should notice that unlike most politicians when he’s asked a question he gives a direct answer and does not shy away from convincingly explaining his positions which the media tries to paint as “extreme.” Whereas Trump is not afraid of the media or opponents due to sheer confidence regardless of his knowledge base, Cruz is not afraid of the media or opponents because he knows more than they do, knows he’s right, and can explain his position fully so that anyone can understand if they have an open mind. You see how people love it when Trump slams his detractors – I say that given the spotlight Cruz will be able to top that because he’ll always have the ammunition to win any argument.
 November 9, 2015 at 2:12am
Well, it’s obviously the same phenomenon that killed Lois Lane in the original Superman movie, that is until Superman flew really fast around the Earth in order to reverse time and save her. Too bad he couldn’t have just flown that fast to save her in the first place, so as to avoid messing with the whole space-time continuum thing.
 November 5, 2015 at 12:16am
Wasn’t there like a record number of utterances of the n-word in one of his movies? I certainly remember his character in Pulp Fiction repeatedly saying it. Way to take the lead on race issues there, Quentin.
 November 5, 2015 at 12:09am
Dude, you are all over the map here. Go take double your usual dose of Haldol and see if you can come up with something more coherent. It’s OK, we’ll wait…
 November 4, 2015 at 11:59pm
It’s not surprising that he doesn’t understand the difference between:
A) an organization of citizens, exercising their right of free speech through their chosen representative, calling for a voluntary boycott by suggesting people choose not to spend their own money to watch his movies, and
B) actual suppression of free speech.
 November 2, 2015 at 10:35pm
“Socialism is for the people, not the socialists.”
- Andrew Wilkow
 November 2, 2015 at 10:33pm
The ironic thing is that what we’re discussing here is a solution in search of a problem. First the socialists invent the impending catastrophe of climate change, then they say that only socialism can fix it. Gee who could have seen that coming?
September 27, 2015 at 7:44pm
I’d hate to imagine what the congressman would do if he happened to use a bathroom stall right after the Pope had.
You are incorrect. No assumptions need to be made. It is a purely deductive logic puzzle.
April 14, 2015 at 3:14am
It’s a logic question, not strictly a “math” question. However, I think if more students were taught how to reason through logic problems such as this we’d have far fewer irrational leftists wandering around.
It's a logic problem. But the problem is it can't be answered as it's written. The answer they intend you to arrive at cannot be arrived at with the information given. It's a poorly written question by someone starting with an answer and trying to reverse engineer a question for it, but they failed miserably.
If I accept your premise that its a logic question, then the answer can only be: "Cheryl didn't say and neither Albert nor Bernard revealed what she told them... Cheryl provided them with 10 'possible dates' (all dates are possible, wink), nowhere does it say one of them is the 'actual date' (words have meanings, for a reason or we could use the same word or grunt to answer all questions... I am Groot?)... I have a sister named Cheryl and she is a well documented liar that likes to lead others on play games with their heads (like every other Cheryl I have met to date... who is to say this Cheryl is any different?)... In conclusion, no one knows the actual date but Cheryl so what she told them is immaterial (hearsay and not admissible in any court for obvious reasons... she could have lied to them and or given them each a different date and added don't tell, I'll meet you behind the school and let you touch my nether regions (just as plausible as her having given them any date what so ever).
I had hoped you had noticed it wasn't even a question on a test given in this country (but I used it to complain about teacher unions in this country), wink... by the way my name is actually Cheryl... tah tah.