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Slapweasel

Member Since: October 17, 2011

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  • May 9, 2013 at 6:27pm

    You’d think he could have mixed in a “scattered showers” comment. Perhaps something about “sprinkles in some backyards”?

    …I’ll see myself to the door.

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  • May 5, 2013 at 7:23pm

    “I dare you to do better”, said ‘Life of Julia’, ‘Obamacare’ and ‘State-Run College Loans’ creator Barack Obama.

    …amazing.

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  • May 3, 2013 at 3:44am

    Detroit, Beirut?

    …they should feel right at home.

  • April 24, 2013 at 9:41am

    I agree, wholeheartedly. This is an ignorant mistake by all parties involved. When you’re caught manipulating stock photos, admit it and let the chips fall where they may.

    I’ve seen many posts on here about “how Progressives/Democrats do it”, and I don’t care how ANY manipulator does or doesn’t do it. Wrong is wrong and manipulation is manipulation.

    …many people posting are missing this LARGE point. While getting voter fraud out of the system is HUGE, I will not abide being manipulated by anyone, in any form.

  • April 13, 2013 at 6:17pm

    I enjoyed reading these replies. Motive and character are central to the outcome in any case. Instant, knee-jerk reactions without understanding a larger picture can be likened to the firing of the ESPN employee because of the “***** in the Armor” headline.

    I don’t trust teachers’ unions, but I’ll reserve judgement about the teacher.

  • April 13, 2013 at 4:34pm

    When the power went out for the seventh time, the band knew Dear Leader wouldn’t be up to playing “Pour Some Sugar on Me”.

    In reply to the post Caption that photo!: Kim and co.

  • February 14, 2013 at 9:20am

    In other non-surprising news:
    -Bill Mahr does enough coke to where it would not be a good idea to interrupt him.
    -Barney Frank does enough amyl nitrate to where it would not be a good idea to open doors.
    -John Conyers smokes enough weed to where it would not be a good idea to put legislation in front of him.
    -Nanci Pelosi does enough acid to think she’s making sense.
    -Harry Reid does enough heroin to where it would not be a good idea to let him speak on the Senate floor.
    -Debbie Wasserman Schultz does enough mushrooms to, well, make her sound like Debbie Wasserman Schultz.
    -Andrew Sullivan pops enough speed to where he over-reacts to everything like “Beavis”; “Are You Threatening Me?!?”
    -Marc Lamont Hill, well he’s just a racist jackass.

    This has been “News That is not News”. Tune in next week to find out why Chuck Schumer likes playgrounds.

    -The Self-Proclaimed Voice of Truth and Reason,
    -Your Friendly Neighborhood Slapweasel

  • February 9, 2013 at 12:30am

    ^-For The Win-^

    You could overdub that entire interview with “British Nature-Host” explaining the interactions.

    …” ‘Neutice’ how the ‘ROYNO’ ‘apprewches’ its newly ‘ullied’ ‘adversry’. “

  • February 3, 2013 at 12:18am

    Joe Biden was arrested and released today, after police found an illegal pistol-style grip and a banned 12oz reservoir on his SoakMaster WR-47. White House Spokesboy Skippy Carney said, of the incident: “He will not be prosecuted. He did nothing wrong.”

    Former Press Secretary Robert Gibbs was quoted, on “The View” as saying: “I’m not a water-gunman, nor a pervert, so I have no comment”.

  • February 2, 2013 at 11:58pm

    …In a related incident, Joe Biden plans to soak the nation’s children with another four trillion dollars in debt.

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  • January 15, 2013 at 3:47pm

    I just wish there was an aerial view of a JDAM hitting the studio.

    …and before you anal-retentives get involved, I’m kidding.

    -mostly

    -The Self-Proclaimed Voice of Truth and Reason
    -Your Friendly Neighborhood Slapweasel

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  • January 7, 2013 at 11:14am

    You can tell that you didn’t watch the event, due to your gross misrepresentation of it. Whatever filter you watched it through is full of you-know-what, and you’re drinking it.

    The woman makes excellent constitutional arguments all the time, and can take both sides with wit, wisdom and vigor.

    She walked to the office of the computer guys to get a foil for Mr. Rove’s assertion that Ohio was “too close to call.” She returned the numbers to Mr. Rove and she acted as a mediator between Rove’s numbers and Stirewalt’s numbers.

    In the end, the computer guys had it correct, as there were not enough votes left in the remaining Counties for Romney to take Ohio. The information she collected was not only noteworthy for journalistic purposes, but it turned out to be needed information that was, indeed, correct.

    If you’re not doing anything later, I’ve got a sweet bridge for sale. Huge discount.

    -The Self-Proclaimed Voice of Truth and Reason,
    -Your Friendly Neighborhood Slapweasel

  • January 3, 2013 at 10:44pm

    It appears that a series of throw-rugs threw up on Keith Richards.

    …man bites dog, I suppose.

  • January 3, 2013 at 10:33pm

    B.elligerent
    I.ndecent
    D.eceptive
    E.ntitled
    N.umbskull

    In reply to the post Was Joe Biden drunk today?

  • December 13, 2012 at 3:09am

    …to finish my last post:

    If the winning coach had met with the losing coach before, (certainly during), and after the game? They may have come to some agreement where the losing team could have been a “foil” for the worst area of the winning team’s skills.

    If a “just-for-fun” team is sent out to ‘stop those threes’ or ‘guard that paint’, they can accomplish skills without “winning” score-wise. They can take pride in ACTUALLY LEARNING SOMETHING while running at bigger and better players, trying to stop them, learning fundamentals and teamwork while having fun.

    You’re never out to teach the opposing coach a lesson. But you are out to teach your own team as many lessons as they can digest in one minute, one game, one season.

    Had I appealed to the winning coach to “lay off” while I re-organized, and he then didn’t?

    …I can turn that into a lesson, too.

  • December 13, 2012 at 2:42am

    If I were the coach of the winning team, perhaps I may have pulled my starters after there was nothing else to “learn”, based solely on the teamwork and skills.

    That process, (which should NEVER be based on the score), is an individual coach’s decision. Individual “starters” may vary. As a coach, I want to see my players skills increase and EXCEL where they can.

    Removing “starters” and inserting the second-team would have probably occurred on my imaginary team when “we” were up by thirty.

    You now have a choice.

    When the other team is terrible, you’ve got to look to the opposing coach. While you’re teaching your players, he-or-she is teaching his-or-hers.

    By halftime, two GOOD coaches figure out where their kids’ skills and attitudes are based. That is tricky-times-two, but meeting a coach should lead to a better judgement. Sometimes, the schools “put something together” because they told the kids “it would be fun”.

    A “league” is not the same in every community. A “league” is not the same in every NCAA or NBA Division, let alone any given community.

    I won’t chide the winning coach if the losing coach had a lesson to bring to the table.

    If this was not the case?

    …I’ll only mildly chide the winning coach.

    This losing coach contradicted herself with the, “It is not OK, but that’s OK”. –commentary. I didn’t like the *blink*, but I think the winning coach could have established expectations before, (certainly durin

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  • December 6, 2012 at 1:39am

    If you drink fewer than eight beers, smoke less than one ‘toke’, and enjoy, perhaps, a Pepsi?

    …you might have phrased your response accordingly:

    The beautiful thing about this bit of artistry is the humor v. political correctness aspect. The Tea Party certainly understands the under-current/undertow of Alinskyites.

    “NOSLAVE” seems frustrated by “turning the other cheek”, only to be positioned to “take it” between two of them.

    I’ve seen and read some horrible Photoshops and cartoons. This quality bit of humor is nice.

    AP: (North Pole): DISCRIMINATION: Santa Hires Only “little White people with sideburns”.

    REUTERS: (North Pole): Blacks Disproportionately “Naughty”.
    -Whites to Blame.

    CNN: (Arctic Circle): Reindeer Can’t Outrun “Southerners”.

    MSNBC: (Grozny): Obama Urinates on Field; Gold and Jewels Bloom.

    FOXNEWS: (D.C.): Krauthammer Signed to another Seven-Hundred Year Contract.

    TBS: (ATL): Conan O’Brien Welcomes Dutch Emissary with Andy Richter “Fart Oven”.

    -Our sense of humor is really important.
    -Righteous indignation is only supplied by RESEARCH, FACTS and MATH.
    -Humor “stretches the truth” with selective slices of life, truthful generalizations and silly-ass stereotypes.

    That’ll Do, Pig.

    …That’ll Do.

  • November 24, 2012 at 11:46pm

    Allow one German dude with a shotgun into that little “Ardenne” and all you’ll hear is:

    “We zurrendair. We zought you din’t lake twees.”

  • November 24, 2012 at 11:15pm

    Allow one German dude with a shotgun into that little “Ardenne” and all you’ll hear is:

    “We zurrendair. We zought you din’t like twees.”

  • November 12, 2012 at 2:37pm

    Ah, Belgium. All the misplaced egotistical, self-righteous arrogance of the French, with the cold touch of anti-social, morally bankrupt Germans.

    …I’d rather live in a tent in Detroit.