a banana on the roof of that car might garner some attention though
 April 13, 2016 at 12:26am
Where I work, a guy recently decided to start dressing like a woman. My employer, to avoid legal hassles, just lets him use the women’s restroom. Several women, who have worked with this guy for many years, are not comfortable sharing a restroom with a man in a dress. These women are afraid to say how they feel, and they now use a restroom on another floor. Do they not have any civil rights? Why are the feelings of Mr. Crossdresser more important than the feelings of these women? I guess these women a just a bunch of transphobic bigots in our president’s eyes.
 April 13, 2016 at 12:14am
Well, it sure seems to matter to liberals which bathroom these people use.
 April 10, 2016 at 10:50pm
Good for Dad… but I hope his comic books are worth a LOT. One year at Fisk (tuition, room & board, fees, etc.) is $32,000.
From what they showed in the story linked to KING, he might do fairly well. Original X-Men from the 1960s and 1970s, including Giant Size #1 and the Dark Phoenix saga, depending on condition. First appearances of certain characters like Wolverine and the Punisher would also increase the value.
 March 22, 2016 at 3:41pm
Yup. Nothing strikes fear into the hearts of would-be terrorists like chalk and hashtags.
What ever happened to the soccer hooligans? They used to beat the hell out of each other over soccer, but apparently can't be bothered to stop the invaders.
This is why I have no problem with American nationalism and agree with trump people on this issue. If it was a gun that did this in America the lefties would be all over it, criticizing our prayers, yet somehow chalk messages are effective? Nah.
Respond to the invasion with brute force. It's the only thing invaders know. And that applies here in America in some instances as well.
Paint on the barrels of a few M1's running trough the streets of occupied Brussels might do a little more to set things right.
 March 3, 2016 at 10:21pm
Well, it’s good to see the candidates debating the pressing issues of our time.
Invent a replacement all in one. Socks, underwear and long johns combined.
Manty lederhosen that come in three crappy colors and several tartan plaids, that ought to cover 99% of the English/Germanic speaking male pop nicely.
i'd wear my bunny themed house shoes out in public to places other than just Wal-mart
 January 9, 2016 at 2:32pm
Hey John… how you do you feel about how Muslims treat Muslim women?
So throwing her out of the Trump KKK-David-Duke rally really showed her American values right?
Brilliant. Throw out a women who did not even Speak shows how great & inclusive America is and how great a President Trump will become right?
 November 4, 2015 at 3:43pm
“‘Well, jeez, when do I get to just be Jenean with my own likes and dislikes?’” LOVE IT! This sums up perfectly how the black community, liberals and the media expect blacks to act and think a certain way in order to be “truly black.” Keep up the good fight, Jenean.
Rman: The Democrat Party has adopted Hispanics as their new permanent underclass of voters. Why so many Blacks still support the Democrats who kill millions of Black babies to sell body parts, is a riddle wrapped inside an enigma.
 September 12, 2015 at 4:25pm
In today’s world, if boy A had tried to kiss boy B and boy B complained, the school would be punishing boy B for being homophobic.
I was recently browsing through my dad’s college yearbooks from 1948-51, and something jumped out at me – the lack of fat people. So, I started counting. Out of the hundreds of people in these yearbooks from a small rural state college, I counted only 24 people who looked even a little overweight, and there was only one person who looked obese. (My dad said the one obese person was “infamous” around campus because obesity was such a rarity.) When I got back to work at my university, the “rare” body size in my dad’s day was everywhere I looked. The CDC says at least 29% of college students are overweight or obese. The fatness of today’s college students was suddenly so noticeable to me after having looked at yearbooks from 65 years ago.
Colleges don't produce yearbooks. Great story but it's made up.
Sorry, they did 'back in the day'. My mother had one from Nursing college (Iowa).
Very much like a HS yearbook. Back then colleges were smaller, far fewer people, more like a high school in some ways.
And the people were thinner. Just look at the circus fat men and woman, looks like a typical day at Walmart.
 September 2, 2015 at 4:14pm
Drop the Krispy Kremes, and put your hands up!
 August 31, 2015 at 10:15pm
That’s what jumped out at me… he said “I” or “my” 9 times.
 July 15, 2015 at 11:22am
Let’s see – she’s making judgments about people based on their race, gender, sexual preference and religion. Congratulations Chely. You’re a bigot!