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McAuliffe Leads Cuccinelli By 1% in VA

Planes might start falling out of the sky tomorrow and land on hungry seniors and children as they are kicked of their home thanks to sequestration, but the good news Villanova will still be a member of the Big East Conference in Basketball next year.

More fun from the state of Virginia and the will-he-or-won’t-he machinations from Bill Bolling. Bolling has released a poll he paid McLaughlin and Associates to do showing that he starts off in a distant third place against both Terry McAuliffe and Ken Cuccinelli.

GOVERNOR – VIRGINIA (McLaughlin)
Terry McAuliffe (D) 38%
Ken Cuccinelli (R) 37%
Bill Bolling (I) 15%

This poll was done 400 likely voters. With these poll numbers, Bill Bolling is asking for your advice on whether he should run for Governor this year at his campaign website.

Posted by Dave at 8:30 am
Filed under: General | Comments (626)

626 Responses to “McAuliffe Leads Cuccinelli By 1% in VA”

  1. Bitterlaw says:

    First. Free Michael!

  2. MD says:

    Nah, stone Michael. Virginia looks lost.

  3. MD says:

    2 is an imposter. Dave – can you ban that person for handle stealing.

  4. Bitterlaw says:

    Ever since the Editor of the Sun told Virginia that there is a Santa Claus it just trended Democrat.

  5. MD says:

    I have 3 meetings now and won’t be posting for hours, probably not until 10 pm tonight at least.

  6. Bitterlaw says:

    But 2 was a great post, MD!

  7. MD says:

    3 is an imposter. Dave – can you ban that person for handle stealing.

  8. Bitterlaw says:

    Dueling MDs?

  9. Walt, HHR Senator, formerly known as Delegate says:

    Told you in the last thread that I was worried about HHR postings today.

    Now we have a fight brewing between the good MD and the bad MD.

  10. AuthorLMendez says:

    handle stealing? is Hunter back?

  11. Walt, HHR Senator, formerly known as Delegate says:

    Does this fark.com story have anything to do with Micheal being grounded for the Altoona trip?

    “Two gang members arrested for kidnapping a man and forcing him to drive them to a strip club. Subby doesn’t understand what the crime here is”

  12. jason says:

    “I have to get the ham and potatoes ready to cook for dinner tonight.”

    Walt, I saw a neat trick over at the Stoltzfuss farm. They bleed out the pigs by cutting their ear vein. Works like a charm.

    Try it when you start on today’s ham.

  13. jason says:

    ” My family is very controlling and it ruins any chances of me having a normal life.”

    Michael doesn’t have a normal life???

    Who knew?

  14. Walt, HHR Senator, formerly known as Delegate says:

    President issues an executive order to change the 10th month of the year from October to Obamaber.

    Residents in Oklahoma City awaken to find that federal GIS mapping agency has changed their name to Obama City.

  15. Walt, HHR Senator, formerly known as Delegate says:

    Jason,

    I have not been successful in catching the ferral pig in the back yard yet. Working on it.

  16. jason says:

    I also heard that Obama’s head was too big to add to Mount Rushmore in the existing configuration, so the other 4 Presidents will have to eliminated.

    The Dept. of the Interior regrets this action but there is no alternative.

    However, a commemorative plaque will be placed at the foot of the monument and will depict the old formation so people can see what it looked like.

  17. jason says:

    15. I thought as much. When you said you had to get ham ready at 9 AM for dinner at 6 PM I gathered you were not referring to the pre-cooked type.

  18. rdelbov says:

    Sorry for my HHR absence. Between work, family, sports(golf) and other matters I have beeen AWOL.

    sequestration has been and IMO will be an non event. Actually we have had signs of underlying economic weakness for months. 4th qtr GDP apparently only barely be positive. Two quarters of negative GDP growth is a recession?

    Personal income, spending and saving stats are super alarming for January:

    http://www.usatoday.com/story/money/business/2013/03/01/personal-income-consumer-spending-january/1956029/

    How many months of lower personal income are ahead for us?

  19. J. Biden says:

    Walt, here is what I do.

    Put out some corn in the back yard. When the wild boar starts eating blast it with a shotgun out the window.

  20. jason says:

    Welcome back rdel.

    You lose some, you gain some…..

  21. jason says:

    They are cutting the Blue Angel’s schedule….

    There general public, take that!!!!

  22. SusyQue says:

    As Sequestration Loomed, Obama Spent 7 Minutes with GOP Chiefs

    “It is a sincere conviction among Republicans that the president’s negotiating posture isn’t about getting a deal done, it’s a zero-sum political game where his aim is to destroy the Republican [House] majority in the next election,” said Steve Schmidt, a Republican strategist who served in 2008 as Sen. John McCain’s presidential campaign manager. “It’s certainly not an effective strategy for a leader in search of a deal.”

    http://www.gopusa.com/news/2013/03/01/as-sequestration-loomed-obama-spent-7-minutes-with-gop-chiefs/?subscriber=1

  23. jason says:

    The floor is open for comments:

    PYONGYANG, North Korea (AP) — Ending his unexpected round of basketball diplomacy in North Korea on Friday, ex-NBA star Dennis Rodman called leader Kim Jong Un an “awesome guy” and said his father and grandfather were “great leaders.”

    Rodman, the highest-profile American to meet Kim since he inherited power from father Kim Jong Il in 2011, watched a basketball game with the authoritarian leader Thursday and later drank and dined on sushi with him.

  24. NYCmike (Bronx, very far from the Caribbean Island of Bermuda) says:

    MD says:
    March 1, 2013 at 8:50 am
    Thank you for commenting on my posts Bitter! I hope NYCMike acknowledges our efforts to comment on all posts.

    -Ah, away for 14 hours, seems I am in someone’s head. I hope that wasn’t MD, that it was someone else being silly. An HHR “legend” like MD would never stoop to such infantile actions. The real MD would simply ignore, until he can make a full-frontal assault with all of his wonderful name-calling ability. But it did seem like Bitterlaw was responding to him, so I am a little confused as to these developments.
    And also, has Michael told us the rest of his sordid tale about how he drove 4 de-frocked Anglican priests to Altoona??

    Can questions be comments? I am not really sure, or am i being passively aggressive again? Tune in at 10 P.M. and find out.

  25. NYCmike (Bronx, very far from the Caribbean Island of Bermuda) says:

    sequester is so bad..so bad… Michelle will be limited to 1 Filet Mignon @ tonights whitehouse Dinner

  26. NYCmike (Bronx, very far from the Caribbean Island of Bermuda) says:

    DO NOT PANIC! breaking news. distribution of Obamaphones will not be repeat will not be affected by sequestration

  27. SusyQue says:

    Dennis Rodman continues to be a lost soul at age 51.

  28. Tim says:

    You guys mean Reagan phones, don’t you? He started that program. Besides, the Lifeline Program would not be affected, since it is not directly paid for by taxpayers.

    Your free facts lesson, for the day.

  29. jason says:

    ” Dennis Rodman continues to be a lost soul at age 51.”

    Well I DID open the floor to comments….

  30. jason says:

    Funny Tim. You are a real clown.

    The first commercially available cell phone came out in 1983, and cost $3500. Reagan was already in office for 3 years.

    In 1988, when Reagan left office, only 65,000 were sold.

  31. jason says:

    ” since it is not directly paid for by taxpayers.”

    Tim logic:

    If the taxpayers pay for it indirectly, they aren’t paying for it.

  32. Tim says:

    Dear Dumbass jason:
    Reagan did create this program in 1984. It was expanded under Clinton. It was further expanded to include cell phones under Bush. This President has nothing to do with the program.

    Please go look stuff like that up, so that you have some clue what you are even talking about.

  33. NYCmike (Bronx, very far from the Caribbean Island of Bermuda, but very close to the Mediterrannean island of Manhattan) says:

    Comment on No Korea, I’ll give it a go!

    Senator Rand Paul has offered Dennis Rodman the position of Secretary of State, if and/or when he becomes President. In the statement, Senator Paul congratulated Mr. Rodman for having such an open mind, and for thinking outside of the neo-conservative box.

    * * J U S T J O K I N G * *

  34. Tim says:

    And, while you’re at it, you might as well look, and see how it’s paid for, so you’ll know that, as well.

  35. jason says:

    Hey Tim, here is YOUR fact for the day:

    “The money to fund Lifeline and related telecommunications access projects comes from the phone companies. Some of the financial support happens through taxes those companies are required to pay to the Universal Service Fund. The Universal Service Administrative Co., which is an independent, not-for-profit corporation, administers the fund. The FCC reports that it is aware that some companies do include a line item on customer bills for that fund. The FCC does not require this charge to be passed on to customers. Each company makes a business decision about whether and how to assess charges to recover its Universal Service costs,” the commission states.”

  36. NYCmike (Bronx, very far from the Caribbean Island of Bermuda, but very close to the Mediterrannean island of Manhattan) says:

    Dear Dumbass jason:
    Reagan did create this program in 1984. It was expanded under Clinton. It was further expanded to include cell phones under Bush. This President has nothing to do with the program.

    -Hey Dim Tim,

    I’ll give you the “Reagan created, Clinton and Bush expanded”, but somehow you forgot to add that under Obama since 2009, the program has “exploded”!! Check the numbers, Moocher, they don’t lie!!

  37. NYCmike (Bronx, very far from the Caribbean Island of Bermuda, but very close to the Mediterrannean island of Manhattan) says:

    How it’s paid for: Phone companies charge citizens an extra surcharge, because of government mandate.

    Moocher, nothing comes for free!

  38. SoHope says:

    So Obama Phones aren’t really Obama Phones????

    OMG, Tim may be right…It also appears the Obama Debt, Obama tax increases, Obama regulations, and Obama recession is someone else’s fault too.

  39. jason says:

    Landlines cost next to nothing. Different from handing out millions of cell phones with “free minutes” like Obama is doing.

    I love it when morons want to state “facts” and have no idea what they are talking about.

  40. NYCmike (Bronx, very far from the Caribbean Island of Bermuda, but very close to the Mediterrannean island of Manhattan) says:

    http://www.americanthinker.com/2012/09/your_universal_service_fee_at_work.html

  41. jason says:

    Tim has never seen a government handout he didn’t like.

    And he thinks its “not paid by the taxpayers”.

    Idiot.

  42. jason says:

    ” since it is not directly paid for by taxpayers. ”

    I love this.

    It’s so typical of Democrat’s thinking, and its the reason why we are screwed.

    They really think “the phone companies” pay for it.

  43. SoHope says:

    The U.S. government spent about $2.2 billion on the program last year alone, reports The Wall Street Journal, which conducted a review of the program’s funding.

    The Lifeline phones, now referred to as “Obamaphones” by critics, are offered to low-income people, who are given an inexpensive phone with a limited number of voice and text minutes. The service, however, is not new. It actually began back in 1984 as a land-line program to make sure poor people would have a service that allows them to keep in contact with their families and to help them in job searches and emergencies.

    Payouts for the program increased from $819 million in 2008, after wireless carriers persuaded regulators to let them offer the service. Wireless customers who don’t participate in the program pay an average of $2.50 a month on their phone bills to subsidize Lifeline and other communications programs.

    Lifeline users have helped companies like TracFone grow because carriers get $9.95 per month from the government for each Lifeline customer they have. Many of those customers buy additional minutes of service when their government-funded minutes run out.

  44. Walt, HHR Senator, formerly known as Delegate says:

    DRUDGE:

    “Tension remain high over at HHR with spike in degoratory salutations
    …DEVELOPING”

    Maybe we ought to get Dennis Rodman to come here on a peace keeping mission once he has done his work w/ the NORKs.

  45. NYCmike (Bronx, very far from the Caribbean Island of Bermuda, but very close to the Mediterrannean island of Manhattan) says:

    Test

  46. SoHope says:

    “Last year, the FCC announced its intention to expand the program to provide broadband Internet, envisioning cable companies providing wired hookups to home computers. In December, it selected proposals from 14 companies for a $25 million pilot program, the vast majority of which provide DSL hookups for desktop or laptop computers, and many of which also require digital literacy training.”

    Now THIS is 100% all Obama…free broadband internet!

  47. Tim says:

    Now, go and look up some more articles in the WSJ. LOL

  48. SoHope says:

    Tim is so wise. Obamaphones aren’t directly payed for by the government or directly taxed…they are paid for by the USF…what is that you ask?

    The Universal Service Fund (USF) was created by the United States Federal Communications Commission (FCC) in 1997 to meet Congressional universal service goals as mandated by the Telecommunications Act of 1996. The 1996 Act states that all providers of telecommunications services should contribute to federal universal service in some equitable and nondiscriminatory manner; there should be specific, predictable, and sufficient Federal and State mechanisms to preserve and advance universal service; all schools, classrooms, health care providers, and libraries should, generally, have access to advanced telecommunications services; and finally, that the Federal-State Joint Board and the FCC should determine those other principles that, consistent with the 1996 Act, are necessary to protect the public interest. As of the third quarter of 2012, the USF fee, which changes quarterly, equals 15.7 percent of a telecom company’s interstate end-user revenues.

  49. NYCmike (Bronx, very far from the Caribbean Island of Bermuda, but very close to the Mediterrannean island of Manhattan) says:

    -Hey Dim Tim,

    I’ll give you the “Reagan created, Clinton and Bush expanded”, but somehow you forgot to add that under Obama since 2009, the program has “exploded”!! Check the numbers, Moocher, they don’t lie!!

    -Do you read? Snopes is saying what I said, what SoHope has written, part of what jason said: The program is funded with our dollars, funneled through phone companies and then to the government. Plus, the amounts spent keep going up, because the rules regarding eligibility have been thrown out the window.

  50. SoHope says:

    Let us all debate the difference between a tax and a fee…Tim has staked out a LisaBeque position and will say anything to be right…

  51. SoHope says:

    a government mandated 15.7% fee on ALL phone bills pay for Obama Phones….but they aren’t paid for by the government….righhhhht

  52. Tim says:

    So, let me get this straight. I’m wrong here, even when I’m right?

    Well, isn’t that convenient for you?

  53. NYCmike (Bronx, very far from the Caribbean Island of Bermuda, but very close to the Mediterrannean island of Manhattan) says:

    If all requirements that the government puts in place to limit participation are simply ignored, then you have costs skyrocketing, which is what has happened in the last 4 years. The best part is many of my workers, who admit openly that no one asked them for any proof of need and/or identification, have gone down to the local offices and gotten the phones for their kids. All of them make too much money to be eligible for the program.

  54. NYCmike (Bronx, very far from the Caribbean Island of Bermuda, but very close to the Mediterrannean island of Manhattan) says:

    a government mandated 15.7% fee, but Tim is right.*

    *MD might even have a comment on this one

  55. NYCmike (Bronx, very far from the Caribbean Island of Bermuda, but very close to the Mediterrannean island of Manhattan) says:

    Well, isn’t that convenient for you?

    -It’s not convenient for anyone, except for the politicians who look for more ways to take OUR money!

  56. NYCmike (Bronx, very far from the Caribbean Island of Bermuda, but very close to the Mediterrannean island of Manhattan) says:

    Tim,

    You really drink an awful lot, don’t you??

  57. Bitterlaw says:

    Tim – I have a different question. Why am I paying for somebody else to have a cell phone? I’m not talking about whether it is or is not a tax. I am talking about making me the provider for somebody else’s product. Please do not waste my time with “So, you want some mother with 5 children to not be able to call 911?” My answer is, “YES! She should have stopped at most 3 children ago.”

  58. NYCmike (Bronx, very far from the Caribbean Island of Bermuda, but very close to the Mediterrannean island of Manhattan) says:

    Just in..Shovels for the “Shovel ready” stimulus will be cancelled as a result of Sequester.

  59. NYCmike (Bronx, very far from the Caribbean Island of Bermuda, but very close to the Mediterrannean island of Manhattan) says:

    No questions allowed, Bitter.

  60. Tim says:

    http://www.factcheck.org/2012/05/congressmans-slippery-cell-phone-claim/

    Yeah, I’ve heard that one about the exploding costs, too. Mostly, from the guy in this article. Read.

    Maybe you guys should change the subject, here. You don’t have very much to stand on.

    I’m doing okay for a guy who drinks a lot, eh? LOL

  61. SoHope says:

    Pretend government mandated that the cost of a gallon of milk must include a 15.7% fee in order for the poor to get it for free.

    Now replace the “gallon of milk” with “phone service” or how about “income”

    Fees…taxes…same thing

  62. Bitterlaw says:

    Tim thinks that as long as some people are rich, nobody should be poor. Forget the fact that many, not all, are poor because of the choices they made.

  63. Tim says:

    #59:
    We simply disagree. I am willing to pay a fee if I’m a customer, so that old people on fixed incomes and poor people can have this service; and particularly for emergency use. I must remind you, Bitterlaw, at least on this one, that President Reagan, who created this program, agreed with me.

    He did a good thing.

  64. SoHope says:

    I have been involved in used cell phone drives to give unused cell phones to battered women shelters…even without service they can call 911…next

  65. Bitterlaw says:

    Tim – Then limit the service to 911 only. Deal?

  66. SoHope says:

    “We simply disagree. I am willing to GIVE TO CHARITY if I’m a customer, so that old people on fixed incomes and poor people can have this service; and particularly for emergency use.”

    There Tim…thats better

  67. Bitterlaw says:

    Tim – Are you seriously saying that because a program has existed in the past, it can never be changed and must always expand?

  68. Tim says:

    #67:
    Now there, you have a valid point. I might ask that it also contain the ability of people to pursue jobs.

    I realize there are abuses in every program, also. There too, detractors of this program make a valid point.

  69. W. PA Observer says:

    65- They also had these things called land lines back then in the 1980s- which tended to be one per family or so without all these network options. Figure that’s got to have a lower cost overhead.

  70. Tim says:

    #69:
    No sir, I am not. If I gave that impression, my apologies….

  71. SoHope says:

    I repeat….a used phone from goodwill can be used to call 911. There is no shortage of methods for the poor to get a usable phone and call 911.

    15.7% phone tax….that’s just government

  72. Tim says:

    Now, I am getting off, and must drive 30 miles. This discussion, I hate to leave. This was a good one. Back later………….

  73. SoHope says:

    All clothing must include a 15.7% fee in order to buy business suits for people seeking work…sounds good to Tim.

  74. SoHope says:

    All auto sales must include a 15.7% fee in order to buy cars for people seeking work…sounds good to Tim.

  75. SoHope says:

    when does it stop Tim?

  76. Bitterlaw says:

    74.Now, I am getting off

    Ewwwwww. Creepy.

  77. Bitterlaw says:

    SoHope – Maybe a 15.7 sales tax when you buy or sell a home so poor people can buy homes.

  78. NYCmike (Bronx, very far from the Caribbean Island of Bermuda, but very close to the Mediterrannean island of Manhattan) says:

    Griffin’s video gives a wholly one-sided account of fraud in the Lifeline program. Abuse, depicted in the video with snippets of television news programs, is real. But the video ignores the FCC’s 299-page order to address the program’s vulnerabilities.

    -Tim,

    Funny thing about all of the replies you post, you think the government, who is responsible for the waste, will miraculously be able to get rid of that wasteful spending. The FCC gives an order, and then you take it as fact that the abuse will go away? Come on, man, you can’t be that naive?

  79. Walt, HHR Senator, formerly known as Delegate says:

    NO TIM!!!

    DON’T BACK DOWN AND CONCEDE!!!

    When faced with facts that dispute your claim, shift the subject and tell them that with sequestration the number of free (no questions asked)cell phones to people will be jeoparized and that 179 million people will not be able to get the free phones that are paid for by everyone else that has a phone.

  80. SoHope says:

    Timmy gets his rocks off to big gov

  81. NYCmike (Bronx, very far from the Caribbean Island of Bermuda, but very close to the Mediterrannean island of Manhattan) says:

    All beer sales must include a 15.7% fee in order to buy beer for people seeking work, but aren’t having any luck……sounds good to Tim…..oops, looks like he is balking at the counter, accusing the cashier of trying to rip him off, starting to shout now, oh no, he just threw out the “keeping the working man down” line, things are getting ugly rather quickly at the Winn-Dixie here in small town Georgia.

  82. SoHope says:

    I don’t know about taxing all beer…maybe just Schlitz Malt Liquor or Red Bull 40s

  83. NYCmike (Bronx, very far from the Caribbean Island of Bermuda, but very close to the Mediterrannean island of Manhattan) says:

    I once asked a question about the state of Georgia, and what their budget looks like. I wanted to see if they had huge future liabilities for pensions and other items that will keep increasing, like the states of NY, IL, CA, etc have.*

    *He never answered, and no one else did either. Weird how there were no comments….

  84. SoHope says:

    Right to work baby!!!

    Yet another way the South will dominate the future US

  85. Bitterlaw says:

    SoHope – I will never live in the South until you fix the weather. Four seasons and snow in the winter.

  86. SoHope says:

    we got 1 day of snow this year and I believe 2 days a few years back

  87. SoHope says:

    OMG…

    “We are spending money we don’t have,” Mr. Bloomberg explained. “It’s not like your household. In your household, people are saying, ‘Oh, you can’t spend money you don’t have.’ That is true for your household because nobody is going to lend you an infinite amount of money. When it comes to the United States federal government, people do seem willing to lend us an infinite amount of money. … Our debt is so big and so many people own it that it’s preposterous to think that they would stop selling us more. It’s the old story: If you owe the bank $50,000, you got a problem. If you owe the bank $50 million, they got a problem. And that’s a problem for the lenders. They can’t stop lending us more money.”

  88. Bitterlaw says:

    With that kind of genius, it truly is amazing that Bloomberg became a billionaire.

  89. AuthorLMendez says:

    In Tim’s world if someone else has done it, it must be OK to. When faced with facts and stats he goes to the “hey Republicans do it too!” argument. When that fails he goes to “I gotta go. LOL”

  90. NYCmike (Bronx, very far from the Caribbean Island of Bermuda, but very close to the Mediterrannean island of Manhattan) says:

    Even though I think the next mayor will be worse than him, I really can’t wait for Bloomberg to leave.

  91. AuthorLMendez says:

    test

  92. SoHope says:

    we’ve gone from free money to “infinite free money”….yeah baby!!!

  93. NYCmike (Bronx, very far from the Caribbean Island of Bermuda, but very close to the Mediterrannean island of Manhattan) says:

    Is Zimmerman locked up, or is he still free on bail?

  94. Bitterlaw says:

    Didn’t Add convict him already?

  95. NYCmike (Bronx, very far from the Caribbean Island of Bermuda, but very close to the Mediterrannean island of Manhattan) says:

    He convicted him the night we found out about it!

    And how about the kid who made the video which resulted in the Benghazi attack, according to Obama, Hillary, and Rice, is he still locked up?

  96. SoHope says:

    On November 7, 2012, Nakoula Nakoula, the youtube Bengazi murderer was sentenced to one year in prison and four years of supervised release.

    so yes it appears he is in person

  97. SoHope says:

    *prison

  98. SoHope says:

    HOLY SEE

  99. NYCmike (Bronx, very far from the Caribbean Island of Bermuda, but very close to the Mediterrannean island of Manhattan) says:

    Nakoula Nakoula, the youtube Bengazi murderer – Wow, I totally missed that. That was the day after the election, wasn’t it?

  100. NYCmike (Bronx, very far from the Caribbean Island of Bermuda, but very close to the Mediterrannean island of Manhattan) says:

    SoHope says:
    March 1, 2013 at 12:23 pm
    HOLY SEE

    -Good one.

  101. SusyQue says:

    PGA: Champion Rory McLLroy quits playing because of severe toothache!

  102. AuthorLMendez says:

    PGA? zzzzz

  103. SusyQue says:

    #105…PGA Honda Classic

  104. SoHope says:

    103, that was a fun pun on the run

  105. jason says:

    Gimme donkey dong!

  106. Walt, HHR Senator, formerly known as Delegate says:

    REPORT: Scientists working to re-create extinct animals…
    ***********
    Did these arsehats not see Jursic Park?

  107. NYCmike (Bronx, very far from the Caribbean Island of Bermuda, but very close to the Mediterrannean island of Manhattan) says:

    Walt, HHR Senator, formerly known as Delegate says:
    March 1, 2013 at 12:56 pm
    REPORT: Scientists working to re-create extinct animals…
    ***********
    Did these arsehats not see Jursic Park?

    -They’ll probably say they learned from the movie’s mistakes.

  108. NYCmike (Bronx, very far from the Caribbean Island of Bermuda, but very close to the Mediterrannean island of Manhattan) says:

    SusyQue says:
    March 1, 2013 at 12:31 pm
    PGA: Champion Rory McLLroy quits playing because of severe toothache!

    -I had a toothache come on guite suddenly when I was apartment-sitting for my cousin, who is a Christian Scientist. No Tylenol or any pain killer in the whole place. THAT was a long night!

  109. PO~~8 says:

    there once was a dim named tim,
    Everything was clear as mud to him,
    The welfare state he supports with panache,
    Individualism he hopes to quash,
    Rational thought for him, is slim.

  110. Bitterlaw says:

    You should have left the apartment unlocked and gone hunting for ad vil. When dental pain appears, there are no rules.

  111. NYCmike (Bronx, very far from the Caribbean Island of Bermuda, but very close to the Mediterrannean island of Manhattan) says:

    Bitter,

    Believe me, the thought crossed my mind. In the neighborhood where he lived (Tenderloin in SF), the safest place was behind locked doors, especially at night. If I left that apartment, I would have become the hunted one. (that line made me think of Virgil Solozzo, when he says “I am the hunted one!”)

  112. NYCmike (Bronx, very far from the Caribbean Island of Bermuda, but very close to the Mediterrannean island of Manhattan) says:

    Obama reassured all of the press today that he is not a dictator. They then resumed attacking Bob “the old guy” Woodward.

  113. jason says:

    Tim gave up on pretending free phones are free.

    Now he is claiming they are “good for old people and poor people” and he is willing to pay the tax.

    A liar and a fraud.

  114. Add says:

    Is Zimmerman locked up, or is he still free on bail?

    A trial is a mere formality.

  115. jason says:

    You guys may laugh at Tim, but it’s actually scary.

    He and all the big government and nanny state liberals actually believe government handouts are “free” or are “not paid for by the taxpayers”, etc.

    They believe the government can hand out millions of phones and the “phone companies” pay for it.

  116. SusyQue says:

    ooo is a very proficient liar….his conscience is seared.

    “He rejoices in doing wrong and enjoys evil as it turns things upside down. What he does is crooked and his ways are wrong.” Prov. 2:13

  117. NYCmike (Bronx, very far from the Caribbean Island of Bermuda, but very close to the Mediterrannean island of Manhattan) says:

    SusyQue,

    Thanks for letting us in on that new information. MD will be sure to comment on it after 10 P.M. tonight.

  118. jason says:

    The Bible is an amazing work. Evidently it wrote about Obama thousands of years before he was born.

  119. Bitterlaw says:

    jason – God is a Democrat. He knew Obama was coming and would win 2 terms.

  120. NYCmike (Bronx, very far from the Caribbean Island of Bermuda, but very close to the Mediterrannean island of Manhattan) says:

    COD isn’t a witch, Obama’s not a dictator.

    You decide who is telling the truth. Comments welcome.

  121. Bitterlaw says:

    Obama is not a dictator. Phil and DW to attack me in 3…2…1…

  122. Scott says:

    #124-Bitterlaw
    Just a dangerous narcissist with power!

  123. NYCmike (Bronx, very far from the Caribbean Island of Bermuda, but very close to the Mediterrannean island of Manhattan) says:

    It is hardly the first time Obama has felt it necessary to remind the American people, or has lamented the fact, that he is not a more authoritarian type of ruler. A few examples:

    King: “My cabinet has been working very hard on trying to get it done, but ultimately, I think somebody said the other day, I am president, I am not king,” Obama told Univision in October 2010, when asked why he had yet to achieve comprehensive immigration reform. “I can’t do these things just by myself.” He reiterated that sentiment in a February 2013 interview with Telemundo. “I’m not a king,” he said.

    President of China: “Mr. Obama has told people that it would be so much easier to be the president of China,” the New York Times reported in March 2011.

    Emperor of the United States: “This is something I’ve struggled with throughout my presidency,” Obama said during a Google hangout event in February. “The problem is that I’m the president of the United States, I’m not the emperor of the United States. My job is to execute laws that are passed.”

  124. Michael says:

    Okay I am here.
    First i want to say that my family is not a normal family and that they argue and chastise people over the stupidest things. And that my Gma and I have NEVER got along

    Okay I will take it from the top

    So my mom told me to keep Tuesday open because I she wanted me to take Gma to an appointment that might be scheduled that day. S I said “okay.” And we left it at that.

    Then my friend Nicole told me yesterday that she needed a ride up from the Altoona Airport (1 hour from State College). She would arrive on Tuesday at 6:15 PM. I said okay I need to call my other set of grandparents because I needed to take them since they knew the directions. I called them and they said they didn’t know if they could help and they would have an answer later on at night. Keep in mind that this is at 5:15 I would need to leave State College.

    Then when I got home I went into the kitchen. The gma that I may of had to taken to an appointment walked over in her walker and asked if I could take her to an appointment on Tuesday afternoon. I forgot about the entire thing, so I said “I don’t know,” calmly, and she said “Ok.” And we left it at that.

    Then at the dinner table she and my mom were taking about the appointment. Eventually it got to transportation. Mom said, “oh Michael can take you.” Then Gma said, “No he can’t, HE’s Busy.” In a really smart and sarcastic tone.
    I immediately defended myself by saying that I didn’t say I was busy I said that I didn’t know, then she said that I don’t know= Busy to her.

    Then I said I could still help and if she could give me a time? And she just said no, and then I said why didn’t you give me a time in the first place and she said, “you didn’t ask,” and I said right back, “and you didn’t say!”

    Then I finally gave up and just said, “well this is stupid.”

    Gma then proceeded to get up, throw her knife and fork on her plate. Turn and grab her walker, slam it on the ground and say, “one more outburst from you and you will be out of this house!”

    I am thinking in my mind, “what the heck did I say the get that?” I was trying to help two people.

    Meanwhile my mom was crying and yelling at me that I was supposed to keep Tuesday OPEN. I am thinking it was, just not 5:15-evening. She never gave me a time.

    I was just trying to be like a normal teenager and have a life.

    Then my mom told me I had to apologize to my other grandparents for wasting their time and Nicole for not being ale to help.

    So I called Nicole she said it was okay.

    Called the other grandparents and they said they were about to call me to tell me that they weren’t going to be able to do it.

    And then I heard my gma in the other room scheduling with another person for the appointment and asked if she could get her to a two o’clock appointment. I almost was going to flip.

    She made a STUPID, Ridiculous thing happen because she did not give me a time.

    I am grounded from doing anything for spring break. But I will just sit in my room and not communicate with people.

    But the moral of the story is to always keep that day open. And to just not have a life period.

  125. NYCmike (Bronx, very far from the Caribbean Island of Bermuda, but very close to the Mediterrannean island of Manhattan) says:

    http://www.nationalreview.com/corner/341997/obama-i-am-not-dictator-andrew-stiles

    I got #126 from here. I want to make sure I don’t take credit for other people’s work.

  126. Michael says:

    Feb 28 Politics1com: NC: OB/GYN & Tea Party activist Dr Greg Brannon (R) becomes 3rd Republican to enter race vs US Sen Kay Hagan (D).

  127. NYCmike (Bronx, very far from the Caribbean Island of Bermuda, but very close to the Mediterrannean island of Manhattan) says:

    But the moral of the story is to always keep that day open. And to just not have a life period.

    -The moral of the story, smart-a ss, is if you were my son, you would be doing hard labor every afternoon at my terminal, and would not have 1 second to play with your internet friends! I was going to make fun of some of your remarks, but you are justa spoiled brat, be thankful they don’t throw you out on the street to fend for yourself!

  128. NYCmike (Bronx, very far from the Caribbean Island of Bermuda, but very close to the Mediterrannean island of Manhattan) says:

    Besides the fact that you are relaying all this information in a public forum, you blame others for something that could have been avoided if you chose to have a life when your mother WASN’T asking you to maybe have some time available to help her out.
    What a spoiled little brat!

    Spare the ROD, spoil the child, INDEED!

  129. Michael says:

    NYCMike actually no, I do plenty of work around the house. Still do plenty of chores and yard work. And I don’t do too much with friends outside of school. I go to basketball games by myself or with my Gpa. Since my other Gpa is dead

  130. Michael says:

    NYCMike I live in a controlling environment and always have for most of my life. I didn’t have a phone until I was 14. And it was a flip phone, I never asked for anything. I just either did my chores, did homework, or stared into the ceiling with nothing to do.

    Now that I am 17 I like sports and I found HHR. So I don’t see how I am spoiled. Kids these days are getting iPods when they are 3 or 4. I got my first iPod when I was 16

  131. NYCmike (Bronx, very far from the Caribbean Island of Bermuda, but very close to the Mediterrannean island of Manhattan) says:

    Michael says:
    March 1, 2013 at 4:38 pm
    NYCMike actually no, I do plenty of work around the house. Still do plenty of chores and yard work. And I don’t do too much with friends outside of school. I go to basketball games by myself or with my Gpa. Since my other Gpa is dead

    -Cry me a river, why don’t you. You should be embarrassed by that diatribe you just wrote. Get crap done, do your homework, and stop playing on political blogsites if you are going to complain that you have no life. Every person here would love to have a chance to be 17 again, get out of here and don’t come back until the hair on your chest starts to turn gray!!

  132. NYCmike (Bronx, very far from the Caribbean Island of Bermuda, but very close to the Mediterrannean island of Manhattan) says:

    Maybe you should go volunteer down at a hospital, or a homeless shelter, instead of going to see games by yourself. Maybe you’ll see that you don’t have it sooooooo bad.

  133. Michael says:

    @134 I would truly like to NYCMIKE but I can’t remember I a GROUNDED!!!! But soon the month of March will be upon us and my Bday will arrive and I will never have to hear that word again!

  134. Michael says:

    @135 actually I am working on getting a job so no.

  135. AuthorLMendez says:

    Mike’s political foe will use his post on his Grandma against him, uh-oh…

  136. Michael says:

    Author, they won’t use it because I was actually trying to help 2 people instead of one. It’s just that the one of those that I was trying to help was not being cooperative

  137. AuthorLMendez says:

    Mike stop whining about waiting for phones and iPads. When I grew up I got neither and my video game systems were always the old ones everybody had

  138. Michael says:

    I am not really whining because I never asked for them. Besides, author. I will probably be saying that same thing in a different context to the next generation in a few years from now

  139. NYCmike (Bronx, very far from the Caribbean Island of Bermuda, but very close to the Mediterrannean island of Manhattan) says:

    Michael equates his GMa with some chick Nicole. Nice.

  140. NYCmike (Bronx, very far from the Caribbean Island of Bermuda, but very close to the Mediterrannean island of Manhattan) says:

    Michael,

    Don’t reproduce.

  141. AuthorLMendez says:

    if Nicole ain’t giving it up why help?

  142. NYCmike (Bronx, very far from the Caribbean Island of Bermuda, but very close to the Mediterrannean island of Manhattan) says:

    That was a little harsh, sorry about that. Kids will be kids.

  143. Michael says:

    You don’t this gma, she has always hated me. NYCMike, you can equate her to a “your mother in law” kind of situation.

    Only she has disliked me a bit I think because I am not blood related, I brought joy to my mom (she and my mom never got along either), and I think a bit of it might be the color of my skin. I am not white, I am more of a tan. Since I came from eastern part of Russia more people there are tanish/yellowish not white

  144. Michael says:

    @144 oh I can’t help her now, I already told her that. She has to find some other type of transportation

  145. Michael says:

    @146 in between “don’t” and “this” there should be a “know”

  146. Truther says:

    I remember when there was a discussion here on circ. versus uncirc.

  147. AuthorLMendez says:

    those damn Russian racists…

  148. NYCmike (Bronx, very far from the Caribbean Island of Bermuda, but very close to the Mediterrannean island of Manhattan) says:

    My mother in law was a wonderful woman.

  149. Truther says:

    Discussing that, the grounding of Michael, and other personal topics are not needed here.

  150. Michael says:

    @151 I wasn’t talking about your mother in law.

    And author don’t bring that up. Forget it I am not even going to talk about this subject anymore because I will only become more frustrated and confused

  151. Michael says:

    Trust her, I don’t care. I have stopped, besides whatever grows the thread

  152. NYCmike (Bronx, very far from the Caribbean Island of Bermuda, but very close to the Mediterrannean island of Manhattan) says:

    So my mom told me to keep Tuesday open because I she wanted me to take Gma to an appointment that might be scheduled that day. S I said “okay.” And we left it at that.

    Then my friend Nicole told me yesterday that she needed a ride up from the Altoona Airport (1 hour from State College). She would arrive on Tuesday at 6:15 PM. I said okay I need to call my other set of grandparents because I needed to take them since they knew the directions. I called them and they said they didn’t know if they could help and they would have an answer later on at night. Keep in mind that this is at 5:15 I would need to leave State College.

    -These are the 2 important paragraphs in your story. Your mother asked first, end of story. After Nicole asks you, you should have told her you need to confirm with your mother when you were needed. The whole kerkuffle was due to you looking to get some action. Understandable, but not a reason to ditch your responsibility that you already agreed to. I sentence you to 2 weeks hard labor at Thule Air Base!
    Judge NYC has spoken!

  153. AuthorLMendez says:

    Russians are the biggest threat in this country right now Michael, you must understand that

  154. AuthorLMendez says:

    Lawmaker to 17 Year Old Girl Who Overcame Her Shyness and Fear of Snakes: “If you’re bashful I got a snake sitting under my desk here”

    http://politicalwire.com/archives/2013/03/01/lawmaker_makes_lewd_remark_to_teenage_girl.html

  155. Michael says:

    @156 I said I am done with the discussion
    NYCMike. I will take the sentence as long as we don’t bring the subject up again.

  156. NYCmike (Bronx, very far from the Caribbean Island of Bermuda, but very close to the Mediterrannean island of Manhattan) says:

    “I said okay I need to call my other set of grandparents because I needed to take them since they knew the directions.”

    -This part I don’t get, at all. You can’t get the directions off of the internet, or buy a freakn map of PA?? And you are going to turn 18 soon??

  157. AuthorLMendez says:

    I disagree Mike, I’m pretty sure Michael wasn’t planning to get some (he should have)

  158. Michael says:

    And because I’m frustrated and confused, I will be beating my meat even more now that I’m grounded.

  159. AuthorLMendez says:

    I’ll bring up whatever subject I damn well please. Even if it’s about Russians

  160. AuthorLMendez says:

    pretty sure #161 is the handle stealer, at least I hope it was

  161. Michael says:

    161 that is not me

  162. NYCmike (Bronx, very far from the Caribbean Island of Bermuda, but very close to the Mediterrannean island of Manhattan) says:

    Michael says:
    March 1, 2013 at 5:07 pm
    @156 I said I am done with the discussion
    NYCMike. I will take the sentence as long as we don’t bring the subject up again.

    -You are a bigger fool than originally thought. Apologize to everyone who had to read you sob story, and then go apolgize to your mom and gma, and maybe, just maybe, we’ll forget about it!

  163. Michael says:

    @162 I could give a f&$k just leave me out of it.

  164. AuthorLMendez says:

    Michael I will not leave this alone. the Russians are dangerous

  165. Michael says:

    Dear HHR,
    Sorry I posted that story about my life. Perhaps if enough of us tell Dave he might delete it?

  166. AuthorLMendez says:

    Truther= the handle stealer?

  167. Michael says:

    Author fine talk about it, just LEAVE ME OUT OF IT

  168. AuthorLMendez says:

    RUSSIANS = Dangerous

  169. NYCmike (Bronx, very far from the Caribbean Island of Bermuda, but very close to the Mediterrannean island of Manhattan) says:

    especially the Russian women, they are so hot, they are really dangerous!

  170. AuthorLMendez says:

    the Russian women are the most loose too

  171. Scott says:

    MD
    Personal income crashes,personal spending is flat, the GDP does not grow and construction spending is down; yet the equities’ indexes continue to ramp up.
    I know that a few hundred points ago you said that the Schiller Index has signaled a sale warning.
    My question to you is who the heck is buying equities at these inflated prices?!IMHO, the stock markets are a big clown car!

  172. NYCmike (Bronx, very far from the Caribbean Island of Bermuda, but very close to the Mediterrannean island of Manhattan) says:

    AuthorLMendez says:
    March 1, 2013 at 5:15 pm
    the Russian women are the most loose too

    -someone should be making a guest appearance anytime now.

  173. Michael says:

    @157 I’m stroking my snake since I’m grounded.

  174. Michael says:

    Okay truther stop hijacking my handle.

  175. Bitterlaw says:

    Michael – Old people can be difficult. Teenagers can be difficult. Together? Well, you lived it.

    Here is a cold, harsh lesson. Life is not fair. It will never be fair. On the other hand, when you are on your own you can make more decisions. My advice is very simple – shut your mouth and take it until you start college. I hope you are going to live in a dorm and not at home. You will get through this.

    After college, you are free . . . until you get married. The cell door really slams shut then.

  176. Brandon says:

    I don’t think HHR is the appropriate place for a therapy session.

  177. AuthorLMendez says:

    my advice to Michael would be to lose his virginity

  178. Bitterlaw says:

    When I grew up I got neither and my video game systems were always the old ones everybody had

    You had problems? WTF. My parents wouldn’t let me have a Commodore 64 or Atari. The 1980s versions. I was pissed because I couldn’t have a game system where everything looked like a cave drawing or stick figures.

  179. AuthorLMendez says:

    it’s not my problem you grew up playing stick figures and I grew up playing 3 dimensional characters Bitter

  180. NYCmike (Bronx, very far from the Caribbean Island of Bermuda, but very close to the Mediterrannean island of Manhattan) says:

    Commodore 64 or Atari.

    -I had a hand-me-down-Intellivision.

  181. Michael says:

    Bitter, all I can say thank you for the advice about life. And yes that is what I keep thinking, I am counting down the months. 6 more until college! If I don’t survive until then at least I knew that I wasn’t ready, lol.

    I will make it. I can guarantee that, I did not live here for a year in a half to have some old woman and a mom stand in my way at the finish line!

  182. Truther says:

    Who gives a lilly phuck, #181. These personal disclosures are not constructive.

  183. NYCmike (Bronx, very far from the Caribbean Island of Bermuda, but very close to the Mediterrannean island of Manhattan) says:

    Michael,

    Go buy a spalding. Throw the ball against the steps in front of your house. If you catch the ball after one bounce, you get 5 points. If you catch the ball on the fly, it is 10 points. If it comes back like a line drive (off the point of the stair), it is worth 50 points, off of the point of the top stair, it will be 100 points. Your turn continues until you let the ball bounce more than once. We called this stoop-ball. Go and live!!

  184. Bitterlaw says:

    Intellivision? Rich punk.

  185. Walt, HHR Senator, formerly known as Delegate says:

    Well, I must say the “Saga of Michael’s Grounding” was far more interesting than me snaring, gutting and cooking the ferral pig.

    I was going to give all the details, but I cannot top Michael’s story and the aftermath thereof.
    ***************************
    My biggest kerfuffle was a long search in the spice cabinet before I found the whole cloves.

  186. Michael says:

    Truther, you are annoying let’s just say that. And don’t try to tell me back tht I am annoying, because most of us on HHR know that already.

  187. NYCmike (Bronx, very far from the Caribbean Island of Bermuda, but very close to the Mediterrannean island of Manhattan) says:

    We usually played until someone amassed 500 points. The other players would get a chance to equal him, so that everyone had the same amount of chances to get to throw the ball. If the first person to 500 had been the last person to start, they won automatically. The only stipulation is that once more people get to 500, then there would be a sudden-death playoff.

  188. NYCmike (Bronx, very far from the Caribbean Island of Bermuda, but very close to the Mediterrannean island of Manhattan) says:

    hand-me-down!!!

  189. Bill Clinton says:

    Never thought I would see a wack job discussion on HHR.

    At least not THIS kind.

    Find an intern and get a room.

  190. Michael says:

    Great, Bill and won’t be alone. Soon his buddy Mendez will be joining him

  191. NYCmike (Bronx, very far from the Caribbean Island of Bermuda, but very close to the Mediterrannean island of Manhattan) says:

    I am really surprised Bitterlaw didn’t comment on the Stoop-Ball discussion.

  192. Michael says:

    @politico: Ashley Judd met with Democrat campaign honchos @scottwongDC reports: http://t.co/gWXJNbNNMU

  193. Walt, HHR Senator, formerly known as Delegate says:

    Fla. man swallowed by sinkhole, presumed dead
    **********
    It COULD have been a sinkhole.

    Or it could have been those creatures who live in the inner earth who tunnel up and grab humans for food or whatever.

    Or a drug smuggling tunnel from Mexico or a NORK attack tunnel.

    Think about it.

  194. SoHope says:

    sooooooooo….

    The DNC told us they wouldn’t take corporate contributions for their convention in Charlotte. So they take out a $10 million line of credit from Duke Energy and it was just announced that they refuse to pay it back.

    Most transparent administration my @ss!

  195. SoHope says:

    I didn’t know Boba Fett was from FL

  196. NYCmike (Bronx, very far from the Caribbean Island of Bermuda, but very close to the Mediterrannean island of Manhattan) says:

    is the land under Florida REALLY part of Florida??

  197. SoHope says:

    CC

  198. Walt, HHR Senator, formerly known as Delegate says:

    NASA discovers new radiation belt around Earth…

    YoMama and Dems in Congress trying to figure out how they can tax it.

  199. Walt, HHR Senator, formerly known as Delegate says:

    I guess GF’s piano lessons were running long.

  200. Michael says:

    @203 I remember in Charlotte when a mother and the alleged father walked into a McDonalds restroom with a small bag.

    When they walked out and drove away an employee looked into the stall ten minutes later and found a dead newborn floating in the toilet with the CORD still attached!!!

    What truly pissed me off was that I lived right near river gate, like 2 mins away. And there is a fire station 2 mins from that McDonalds and another ten minutes away.

  201. Michael says:

    @rollcallpols: Roll Call Politics: Kentucky: Judd Avoids Senate Race Talk at DC Speech: Actress Ashley Judd spoke to a ballro… http://t.co/iZOYnI8qw2

  202. W. PA Observer says:

    205- Odds are she doesn’t know whether she’s going to run or no.

  203. SoHope says:

    I bet she doesn’t know if she is going to run for Senate in KY, TN or CA.

  204. W. PA Observer says:

    Man, Independents in Ohio really love their guns.

    http://www.quinnipiac.edu/institutes-centers/polling-institute/ohio/release-detail?ReleaseID=1858

    About 52% total support for assault weapons ban in Ohio- but overall Ohioans say the NRA reflects their views more than Obama 49-40. O has a 48% approval rating, and gun ownership makes people safer.

  205. Michael says:

    @206 odds are she doesn’t know that Kentucky and Tennessee don’t like her

  206. SusyQue says:

    Blech! We’ve All Had Too Much ‘Obama’

    Peggy Noonan, a columnist for The Wall Street Journal, put her finger on Obama’s growing problems. “It’s always cliffs, ceilings and looming catastrophes with Barack Obama. It is always government by freakout.” After a while, even his supporters grow weary of that and, more importantly, it creates an image in their minds that he is incompetent and either unable or unwilling to govern.

    Golfing with Tiger Woods and Big Oil buddies while sequestration loomed did nothing to enhance his image. A wife that is forever hectoring Americans about every bite they eat doesn’t help either.

    “Mr. Obama thrives in chaos,” wrote Noonan in a recent commentary, but noted that “so far this seems to be working fine for him”, citing a recent USA Today/Pew Research Center poll that half the respondents said it will be the Republican’s fault if the sequester went through, but rising gasoline and food prices hit people where they feel it the most and the sequester has nothing to do with either.

    “Government by freakout carries a price,” said Noonan. It wears people down. It doesn’t inject a sense of energy, purpose or confidence in those who do business in America, it does the opposite.”

    http://MinuteMenNews.com/2013/03/blech-weve-all-had-too-much-obama/#ixzz2MKpGoAxZ – See more at: http://MinuteMenNews.com/2013/03/blech-weve-all-had-too-much-obama/#sthash.utQWv0C2.dpuf

  207. Bitterlaw says:

    194.I am really surprised Bitterlaw didn’t comment on the Stoop-Ball discussion.

    I didn’t grow up in the city, NYC. We hired people to play tenement games for us.

  208. Michael says:

    Are Colorado Senate or Michigan Senate seats possible 2014 dark horse races? Or they safe dem?

    Discuss.

  209. jason says:

    Half the thread was to get Tim to admit Obamaphones are not free and Reagan gave away no cellphones or broadband and the other to read Michael’s soap opera.

    I hope we can go back to something more substantial like the best way to bleed a hog.

  210. jason says:

    ” About 52% total support for assault weapons ban in Ohio-”

    I bet if you take away the media invented BS term “assault” and describe it just as a semi automatic rifle the numbers in favor of a ban would drop significantly.

  211. bubu says:

    ” And because I’m frustrated and confused, I will be beating my meat even more now that I’m grounded.”

    I use a Ron Paul poster for inspiration.

    You should try it.

  212. Bitterlaw says:

    Hogs bleed? I thought they just fell asleep quietly while the butcher sang a soft song to them. WTF!

  213. Michael says:

    http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2013/03/01/romney-washington-letting-golden-moment-just-slip-away-with-sequester/?test=latestnews

    Romney slams Obama as partisan; “not doing his job”. “Letting golden moment slip away,”

  214. Bitterlaw says:

    I you renamed hammers “skull fracturing devices,” 53 % would vote to ban them.

  215. jason says:

    Bloomberg:

    “When it comes to the United States federal government, people do seem willing to lend us an infinite amount of money. … Our debt is so big and so many people own it that it’s preposterous to think that they would stop selling us more.”

    And this guy is a billionaire….

  216. ssq says:

    I would never eat a hog.

    But I love pork chops, there is a factory near us that makes them called Safeway.

  217. jason says:

    ” I had a hand-me-down-Intellivision.”

    I still have a Sea Battle cartridge but no console to play it with.

    Intellivision was way before its time. Did you play B-17 Bomber where you could do missions over Europe?

  218. jason says:

    Coming soon to America:

    NEWS FROM BRITAIN’S NATIONAL HEALTH SERVICE: Now even doctors don’t trust their own hospitals: Study finds nearly 40% of health service workers would NOT recommend own workplace to friends or family.

  219. Tulipomania says:

    When Obamacare is fully in effect, enemas will be doctors’ orders for apostates who frequent here. You (and we) know who you are.

  220. Bitterlaw says:

    I would rather drive Michael’s grandmother to an appointment than read Bunu’s posts.

  221. jason says:

    ” You (and we) know who you are.”

    The Paulbots are already taking names so when they get into power they can immediately start filling the camps.

  222. Corey says:

    Michael, whatever you do, do not challenge your grandmother to a duel.

  223. SoHope says:

    Bunu has his head shoved so far up the Spawn of Ron’s butt he can’t tell that everyone hates him.

  224. Bitterlaw says:

    Jason – when they get into power? LolLolBwahahah…stop….power? You win most hilarious post of the week.

  225. jason says:

    Stranger things have happened. A glorified community rabblerouser who never ran a lemonade stand became President.

  226. Bubu says:

    but….but….we control the chair of the __________ state republican party and have won like 30 straw polls.

  227. Mitt's stinky butt says:

    Corey’s lips attach here.

  228. SoHope says:

    One click from bitters link…too funny

    http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=eTkQ2mnn-ZE&feature=related

  229. Tim says:

    Now, #223 is one strange post.

  230. Michael says:

    State Senator launches campaign for US Senate seat Held by Senator Kay Hagan (D-NC)

    http://www.teddyforsenate.com/

  231. Walt, HHR Senator, formerly known as Delegate says:

    Especially for Jason and SusyQue,

    I heartily recommend the Appleton Farms hardwood smoked ham. Wife got it at Aldies for $1.19 a pound.

    I baked it superbly. Wife rescued the potatoes I overcooked. (her hair appointment took longer than expected).

    And the Jake and Amos Amish Style pickled sweet beets from Myerstown, PA really hit the spot.
    ****************
    The Jake and Amos jar label even had a scripture verse written on the label (Psalms 136: 1).
    ********************
    I do not think I have ever previously bought a product that had a scripture verse all written out on it.

  232. Michael says:

    Rep. McIntyre (D-NC)
    Has received a primary challenger from the left in New Hanover County Commissioner Jonathan Barfield

    If Barfield could win win it would make this seat a prime pick up opportunity for the GOP. Even if McIntyre wins, he will battle scared and more liberal. Making hm unappealing to his VERY REPUBLICAN district.
    A district that voted for him over his GOP challenger by 300 votes

    http://www.ncpoliticalnews.com/?p=353&cb=0514899562811479

  233. Walt, HHR Senator, formerly known as Delegate says:

    And speaking of food….

    LONDON (AP) – British customs agents made a creepy discovery when an airline passenger was found with 94 kilograms (207 pounds) of caterpillars in his luggage.

    The man claimed they were intended as food for personal consumption.

    The U.K. Border Force said Friday that inspectors at London’s Gatwick Airport found the dried caterpillars shrink-wrapped in cellophane and packed into hessian bags carried by a passenger travelling from Burkina Faso via Istanbul.

    Read more: http://www.myfoxny.com/story/21435296/thousands-of-caterpillars-seized-at-uk-airport#ixzz2MLHxBNlJ

  234. SoHope says:

    Finally, dem deadenders

  235. Walt, HHR Senator, formerly known as Delegate says:

    That is enough dried caterpillars that that dude could eat about 2/3 of a pound of them each day for a year.

    WTF is WRONG with people?

  236. Bitterlaw says:

    Hello?

  237. SoHope says:

    everyone is watching and rewatching my youtube link on 233

  238. Walt, HHR Senator, formerly known as Delegate says:

    First there was Lord of the Rings.

    Then Clinton came along to be Lord of the Flings.

    Then YoMama came along to be Lord of the Ding-a-Lings.

  239. Sum Ting Wong says:

    Herro ezelybody,

    I have bin rurking here fol a rittle rile now.

    But for a vely rong, rong time I see no postings.

    Who can firr me in???

  240. You can definitely see your enthusiasm in the work you write. The sector hopes for more passionate writers such as you who aren’t afraid to say how they believe. At all times follow your heart.

  241. SoHope says:

    246, thank you…it’s nice to be appreciated…I think I’ll click on your link…..NOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!

  242. NYCmike (Bronxie) says:

    I am here for a short time, waiting with bated breath for the many comments sure to ensue from the sage of HHR, MD.

    And also to let Michael know that we (wife, son, and I) just finished a 1000-piece puzzle. It took bits and pieces of the last 6 days. Get a couple of them, and spring break will pass by in no time at all!!

  243. Walt, HHR Senator, formerly known as Delegate says:

    Bronxie,

    Whassup, bro?

  244. NYCmike (Bronxie) says:

    I baked it superbly. Wife rescued the potatoes I overcooked. (her hair appointment took longer than expected).

    -Ate with my parents tonight, my Dad overcooked the broccolirabe, even though you really can’t tell. The salmon, sweet potatoes, and scallops were superb, though!

  245. NYCmike (Bronxie) says:

    Westchester.

  246. NYCmike (Bronxie) says:

    Doing well, Walt, and hope you are feeling good. Business has actually been busy, although I have been stuck in the office too much, several new customers, and all of them have unique ways of wanting their paperwork. The first times around always make for bothersome learning experiences, but that is the price of fame.

  247. Michael says:

    NYCMike congrats. The other side of the family always does those, buys a 250-1000 piece puzzle every major holiday. They actually buy two, sometimes three, and we have a competition.

  248. Michael says:

    @HuffPostPol: Dick Cheney: Condi Rice was “wrong” http://t.co/zgYLbwcWJf

    Ugh

  249. NYCmike (Bronxie) says:

    Michael,

    That’s a good idea. Thanks for that.

  250. Michael says:

    Your welcome, first time I actually received a complement from you in awhile. Don’t get used to it, I would hate for you to change.

  251. NYCmike (Bronxie) says:

    Being with my wife and son soften me up. I am a very lucky man, and I hope your future is as bright as mine has been. Enjoy your youth & your health, and grab life by the bal ls, just not anyone else’s!

  252. NYCmike (Bronxie) says:

    And I have to agree with something else you said earlier. You did “find” HHR, and the many interesting people who visit here. I still hope you use a little bit more discretion when you speak about your personal life. This is an open forum, please don’t forget that.

  253. Michael says:

    NYCMike good advice I think. Yes I hope to adopt many children one day, and have them become basketball players. Lol

  254. Walt, HHR Senator, formerly known as Delegate says:

    Apologies to Dire Straits

    Money For Nothing
    (AKA YoMama Ain’t Nothin’)
    ******************************
    Now look at them yo-yos thats how gub’ment do it
    They play each other and put sequester on me
    That aint workin that’s how gub’ment do it
    Money worth nothing and the debt is all free
    Now that aint workin thats how gub’ment do it
    Lemme tell ya them feds ain’t dumb
    Maybe oughta give ‘em the finger
    Maybe oughta give ‘em the thumb

    We gotta install laws of global warming
    Destroy the U.S. economy
    We gotta move these Obama cell phones
    We gotta chop the Rs off at the knees

    See the little maggots hiking taxes, giving freebies
    Yeah buddy about you the O he don’t care
    Those little maggots ride to vacations on the airplane
    Those little maggots give us more than we can bear

    We gotta install laws of higher taxes
    Attack the critics in the press and TV
    We gotta neuter people such as Limbaugh
    Make everybody say “Obama’s for me!”

    O’s so glad he learned to play the sequester
    Wants to learn to confiscate
    our g u n s
    Look at that Yomama, he got it stickin in the camera
    Man we just can’t have us no fun
    And hes up there, whats that? hawaiian noises?
    Bangin on the bongoes like a chimpanzee
    That O aint workin thats the way he do it
    Get your money for nothin sets the illegals free

  255. NYCmike (Bronxie) says:

    Alright, enough sappy talk from me. Good night, Walt, Michael, and any other lurkers.

    Cheers to you all!

  256. NYCmike (Bronxie) says:

    That one may stick, Walt!

    Cheers!

  257. Sum Ting Wong says:

    Michael,

    Have vely preacfur night.
    Hope you sweep rike a lock.

  258. Phil says:

    Obama says he’s not a dictator.

    Thing is, he truly believes that’s a bad thing.

  259. Walt, HHR Senator, formerly known as Delegate says:

    I think YoMama is a dic..

    >..cough, cough, cough..gasp. cough…>

  260. Walt, HHR Senator, formerly known as Delegate says:

    YoMama pardons 17 people.

    Only 6 of 17 were women.
    (so YoMama is obviously a sexist pig.)
    Not sure how many were Black.
    Not sure how many were Muslim.

    _ Robert Leroy Bebee of Rockville, Md., sentenced to two years’ probation for concealing a felony or concealing information about a felony.

    _ James Anthony Bordinaro of Gloucester, Mass., sentenced to 12 months’ imprisonment, three years supervised release and a $55,000 fine for conspiracy to restrain, suppress and eliminate competition in violation of the Sherman Act and conspiracy to submit false statements.

    _ Kelli Elisabeth Collins of Harrison, Ark., sentenced to five years’ probation for aiding and abetting a wire fraud.

    _Edwin Hardy Futch Jr., of Pembroke, Ga., sentenced to five years’ probation and $2,399.72 restitution for theft from an interstate shipment.

    _Cindy Marie Griffith of Moyock, N.C., sentenced to two years’ probation with 100 hours of community service for distribution of satellite cable television decryption devices.

    _ Roy Eugene Grimes Sr. of Athens, Tenn., sentenced to 18 months’ probation for falsely altering a U.S. postal money order, and passing, uttering and publishing a forged and altered money order with intent to defraud.

    _ Jon Christopher Kozeliski of Decatur, Ill., sentenced to one year of probation with six months of home confinement and $10,000 fine for conspiracy to traffic counterfeit goods.

    _ Jimmy Ray Mattison of Anderson, S.C., sentenced to three years’ probation for conspiracy to transport and cause the transportation of altered securities in interstate commerce and transporting and causing the transportation of altered securities in interstate commerce.

    _ An Na Peng of Honolulu, sentenced to two years’ probation and $2,000 fine for conspiracy to defraud the Immigration and Naturalization Service.

    _Michael John Petri of Montrose, S.D., sentenced to five years’ imprisonment and three years’ supervised release for conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute and distribution of a controlled substance (cocaine).

    _ Karen Alicia Ragee of Decatur, Ill., sentenced to a year’s probation, including six months of home confinement, and a $2,500 fine for conspiracy to traffic counterfeit items.

    _ Jamari Salleh of Alexandria, Va., sentenced to four years’ probation, fined $5,000 and ordered to pay $5,900 in restitution for filing false claims upon and against the United States.

    _ Alfor Sharkey of Omaha, Neb., sentenced to three years’ probation with 100 hours of community service and ordered to pay $2,750 in restitution for the unauthorized acquisition of food stamps.

    _ Donald Barrie Simon Jr. of Chattanooga, Tenn., sentenced to two years in prison and three years of probation for aiding and abetting in the theft of an interstate shipment.

    _ Lynn Marie Stanek of Tualatin, Ore., sentenced to six months in jail and five years’ probation condition on not more than a year in residence at a community treatment center for unlawfully using a communication facility to distribute cocaine.

    _ Larry Wayne Thornton of Forsyth, Ga., sentenced to four years of probation for possession of an unregistered firearm and possession of a firearm without a serial number.

    _ Donna Kaye Wright of Friendship, Tenn., sentenced to 54 days in prison and three years’ probation, condition on performance of six hours of community service per week, for embezzlement and misapplication of bank funds.

  261. Scott says:

    (Spoken in a Whisper)

    We are now 6 1/2 hours into the Sequersterial Armaggedon and the “War of the World” machines have started to devour my region in Western NC.
    This could be my last post forever.
    God bless the Queen,the NY Yankees,the Hedgehog Report,the USA and its beloved President who did everything in his power(like playing golf with Tiger Woods) to stop this calamity!

  262. MD (IP - Akin and Mourdock Will Win!) says:

    Bitter,

    I just saw a starving, illiterate baby rolling down route 30! Sequestration is inhumane!

  263. MD (IP - Akin and Mourdock Will Win!) says:

    Oh no! A phalanx of newly unemployed teacher’s are taking up arms. Down with sequestration!

  264. MD (IP - Akin and Mourdock Will Win!) says:

    Since the baby rolling down route 30 couldn’t read, I assumed it was from West Virginia.

  265. MD (IP - Akin and Mourdock Will Win!) says:

    RIP to Bonnie Franklin

  266. MD (IP - Akin and Mourdock Will Win!) says:

    Any special sales for sequestration?

  267. MD (IP - Akin and Mourdock Will Win!) says:

    I am really surprised that no one is commenting on all of these posts. I would have thought…..

  268. Bitterlaw says:

    I just saw a starving, illiterate baby rolling down route 30! Sequestration is inhumane!

    Comment by MD

    Too bad you don’t have a cell phone paid for by phone customers due to a Federally imposed fee to call 911!

  269. Scott says:

    MD
    Everyone is probably at Temple observing Shabbot.
    FWIW, your posta are very clever!
    Even with this catastrophe called Sequester, the equities’ markets will skyrocket on Monday in anticipation that the King,Ben Bernanke,will implement QE4-6 next week!

  270. MD (IP - Akin and Mourdock Will Win!) says:

    The liquidity play goes on and on Scott. The Shiller PE 10 has been proven to be the best indicator of future equity returns and it is now at it’s 85 percentile of richness. I have seen people who believe this tell me that this time it is different.

    Not saying to get out of the market altogether. Just saying that there is a lot more risk than a year and a half ago when I said to increase equity exposure.

    Sequestration will probably subtract from GDP but only by 2/10ths or at most 3/10ths of 1 percent. Our lack of growth in the economy is not due to any austerity measures. Bottom line – business needs to be confident. With Obama going to the tax well endlessly, that confidence still doesn’t exist in enough measure for companies to hire en masse.

  271. MD (IP - Akin and Mourdock Will Win!) says:

    It frustrates me on how utterly stupid this POTUS is. All he has to do is come out and say, “We are open for business and not looking to take anything away from them”. That is it. There is pent up demand to hire workers. The productivity gains are clearly maxed out. It would take so little to get the engine rolling again. Then, maybe we could begin to have real jobs growth which would help us in numerous ways. This POTUS is just too ideologically opposed to business to ever utter those words.

    This liquidity play really concerns me. We are very lucky that the money supply has moved so slowly which has hampered inflation on the whole BUT done nothing to help what I call the everyday guy’s CPI – energy, education, food and healthcare. Things we need all the time. Probably around 6 to 7% inflation. Sure, if you want a flat screen, it is has decreased in price. Do they make them in Strawberry? The Chocolate flat screens taste awesome!

  272. Bitterlaw says:

    Great post, MD!

  273. SoHope says:

    So a president that wants to ban guns pardons a criminal that was convicted of processing an illegal gun without a serial number….hmmm

  274. SoHope says:

    His family must have advocated $500,000 to OFA

  275. SoHope says:

    Make that donated

  276. SoHope says:

    Half of my town has already been burnt to the ground by sequester fires.

  277. Brandon says:

    Andrew Bynum has announced that he cannot play until sequestration is over.

  278. michael says:

    Good morning.

  279. michael says:

    Too bad for him, all the Bobcats are healthy and they still suck

  280. MD (IP - Akin and Mourdock Will Win!) says:

    MSNBC just announced the end of the world at midnight tonight. It has been nice knowing all you guys but let’s not go out like pus+ies! Let’s keep battling each other to the bitter end.

  281. Walt, HHR Senator, formerly known as Delegate says:

    test

  282. Walt, HHR Senator, formerly known as Delegate says:

    Have I been blocked?

    Won’t let me post.

  283. Walt, HHR Senator, formerly known as Delegate says:

    Sequester Update in WV

    Due to layoff of all air traffic controllers, thousands of Canada geese now clogging roads and yards as they are forced to walk everywhere.

  284. Scott says:

    MD
    Your posts have been very informative, helpful and amusing.Thanks.
    Snowing today here in Western NC,or is it merely the ash from the Sequesterial Armageddon fallout?

  285. Walt, HHR Senator, formerly known as Delegate says:

    Complicating things is the fact that the feds are utting up barriers closing the interstate.

    Homeless folks have apparently lost their cell phone service and are walking up and down the street hollering ‘CAN YOU HERE ME NOW/ HOW ABOUT NOW?”

    Lines at the free food pantry alread many miles long.

    Oh, the horror!

  286. Walt, HHR Senator, formerly known as Delegate says:

    Pregnant welfare women showing up at the hospital to deliver are being turned away and told that they just have to hold it in for months or so more.

  287. Walt, HHR Senator, formerly known as Delegate says:

    Dave W,

    Why was I forbidden to post one big post?

    Did it have anything to do with sequester? My song lyrics I posted last night? The fact that I was giving a glowing testimonial to Jake and Amos’ pickled sweet red beets that has a scripture verse printed on the label?

  288. SoHope says:

    did the post include the terms RINO,Statist, or Zionist?

    Dave may have initiated my pending legislation.

  289. Mr.Vito says:

    “Walt, HHR Senator, formerly known as Delegate says:
    March 2, 2013 at 10:44 am

    Have I been blocked?

    Won’t let me post.”

    I unblocked you a half-second before you hit enter.

  290. Mr.Vito says:

    You’re welcome.

  291. Mr.Vito says:

    Back to the sequestration drawer!

  292. jason says:

    Sequestration has hit hard here in York County.

    All the Amish are without power. They are having to milk the cows by hand.

  293. Bitterlaw says:

    MD – Fight to the end! Suck it, you magnificent dwarf!

  294. jason says:

    ” Have I been blocked?”

    No.

  295. Bitterlaw says:

    I may not fight all out until 11:30 tonight. I can’t unsay things in case the world doesn’t end.

  296. Dwayne Schneider says:

    ” RIP to Bonnie Franklin”

    I will never forget our moments together down in the boiler room.

  297. jason says:

    Bear control officers fired in Alaska.

    Grizzly bears eating school children unhindered.

  298. Barrie O. says:

    ” So a president that wants to ban guns pardons a criminal that was convicted of processing an illegal gun without a serial number”

    He wasn’t a criminal…..he is a Democrat.

  299. Mr.Vito says:

    “Suck it, you magnificent dwarf!”

    Does “magnificent dwarf” refer to MD or to “it”?

    And now, truly, back to the sock drawer!

  300. jason says:

    ” Let’s keep battling each other to the bitter end.”

    F–k off, MD, don’t tell me what to do.

  301. Bitterlaw says:

    Mr. Vito works blue!

  302. jason says:

    Mr. Vito, you just got here, what’s the hurry.

  303. Bitterlaw says:

    jason – MD said you look fat in those relaxed fit wool pants and suspenders.

  304. Bitterlaw says:

    Are we fighting with Walt? If so-

    The bell wasn’t stolen Walt. It begged to get out of West Virginia.

  305. jason says:

    309. I am surprised. This is the latest fashion, and it cost the princely sum of $52.

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/MENS-AMISH-SUIT-JACKET-BROAD-FALL-TROUSERS-/251236978895?pt=US_CSA_MC_Suits&hash=item3a7ee410cf

  306. Bitterlaw says:

    For $52 it should come with a hat.

  307. jason says:

    Ok, I’ll play.

    Q: What do West Virginians do on Halloween?

    A: Pump kin!

  308. Walt, HHR Senator, formerly known as Delegate says:

    Jason,

    Have you tried the jars of Jake and Amos’ Amish pickled sweet red beets–made in Myerstown, PA? (with the scripture verse on the label)

    They are scrumpious.
    ***************************
    Plus you can put hard boiled eggs in the left over pickle brine to make pickled eggs (what I am doing right now).

  309. SoHope says:

    the amish wear polyester?

  310. jason says:

    Walt is buying stuff from Yankees?

    I guess he really did give up on getting elected for anything again….

  311. Walt, HHR Senator, formerly known as Delegate says:

    Do you know that contestants at ice fishing contests must now take and pass drug tests to ensure they do not have performance enhanced drugs in their system.

    Do the A-Holes have ice holes?
    This HOBO gets his fish at the store.

  312. ssq says:

    ” Have you tried the jars of Jake and Amos’ Amish pickled sweet red beets–made in Myerstown, PA? (with the scripture verse on the label)”

    Walt, you do know that placing the scripture on a red beet jar is blasphemy, right?

  313. Walt, HHR Senator, formerly known as Delegate says:

    Yeah, the bell was so anxious to leave (then) VA that it ‘peeled’ out of here.

  314. jason says:

    319. Not bad….

  315. Walt, HHR Senator, formerly known as Delegate says:

    “Oh, give thanks to the Lord. For he is good and his mercy endureth forever.”
    *************
    I thought SusyQue would be thrilled to know that there is a product on the shelves that DOES have scripture verses on the label.

    Of course, I am sure the ACLU is probably working the athiests on law suits to get the offending verse off the label.

    What verse would you like to see on other products

  316. jason says:

    How many Marshall University freshman does it take to change a light bulb?

    None, it’s a sophomore course.

  317. ssq says:

    Via-gra

    Philippians 4:13
    I can do everything through him who gives me strength.

  318. Walt, HHR Senator, formerly known as Delegate says:

    Perhaps other products could be sold with scripture verses on the label:

    Guns–“Thou shall not kill”
    (unless the SOB deserves it)

    Tissues–“Jesus wept”

    Honda cars–“And he and Jesus parted in one Accord”

    Victoria Secret’s ladies underwear:
    “God created woman and said ‘it was good’.”

  319. Bitterlaw says:

    319 – that joke rang hollow. It fell on deaf ears,

  320. jason says:

    Chocolate:

    The weak shall inherit the girth….

  321. jason says:

    Walt’s joke sure took a toll on me….

  322. ssq says:

    Walt’s joke reminded me of peppers.

    Bell peppers.

    Get it?

  323. Walt, HHR Senator, formerly known as Delegate says:

    YoMama just making stuff up as he goes along. Says janitors at Capitol hill will get pay cut due to sequester.
    >>>>>>>>>>
    YoMama Lie
    ————-
    “The president’s mention prompted Carlos Elias, the superintendent of the U.S. Capitol building and the Capitol Visitors Center, to email his employees within hours of Mr. Obama’s comment.

    “The pay and benefits of EACH of our employees WILL NOT be impacted,” Elias wrote.

    “There was a specific mention in the news today by a high ranking official that said ‘The employees that clean and maintain the US Capitol will receive a cut in pay’ (not specific quote but very close to it),” Elias continued.

    “This is NOT TRUE,” wrote Elias. “Therefore, I request that you please notify all of our employees about the importance of ignoring media reports.”
    >>>>>>>>>>>>
    Arne Duncan US DOE lie
    ———————-
    The president’s apparent error comes days after critics of the administration’s messaging on the sequester’s effects pointed out Education Secretary Arne Duncan’s failure to back up a claim he made on CBS’ “Face the Nation” Sunday.

    “There are literally teachers now who are getting pink slips, who are getting notices that they can’t come back this fall,” Duncan said on Sunday.

    When pressed days later at a news conference, Duncan pointed out only one school district that was handing out pink slips and added, “whether it’s all sequester-related, I don’t know.”

    Kanawha County, W.V., the district in question, later said that the layoff notices they’re handing out would affect a handful of teachers and would have been handed out sequester or no.

  324. MD (IP - Akin and Mourdock Will Win!) says:

    This is the HHR that has made me proud over the years.

  325. MD (IP - Akin and Mourdock Will Win!) says:

    There is no more treatment available for diabetics thanks to sequestration. Sorry Bitter.

  326. SoHope says:

    Members of Congress are forced to eat catfood….oh the humanity…we must stop this evil GOP sequester.

  327. W. PA Observer says:

    Whoa, O’s approval took a big hit on gallup today- dropped a net six points to 47/45. Normally I don’t follow that when there aren’t elections or anything. But that seemed worth mentioning.

  328. Scott says:

    334- W PA
    Yes,and Ras is showing the O Man’s strong negatives ramping up to almost 40%.

  329. Bitterlaw says:

    Before I tell MD “GFY” I want to … No. That’s pretty good for now.

  330. Fil says:

    GOP Chairman, hopes to make it his legacy when he brings back minorities

    It is impossible. They can’t be turned from their genetic destiny. There are not enough whites to save us.

  331. MD (IP - Akin and Mourdock Will Win!) says:

    Bitter – have a Coke, a smile and stfu.

  332. ssq says:

    Times change….

    Tiger now says things like IF I post a good score today I will be within 6 or 7 shots of the lead tomorrow.

    “I thought realistically 5- or 6-under par would be a good score and I thought if I post that had I would be within six or seven shots of the lead going into tomorrow at worst,” Woods said.

  333. Cory says:

    #317
    Personally, I would last about ten minutes in an ice-fishing competition, if I were sober. It’s as boring as… staring at a hole in the ice.

    Now, if I were on acid, staring at that ice would probably occupy me for a good three or four hours.

  334. Tulipomania says:

    GOP state convention in California today. Paul supporters pushing amendment to change state to a caucus state.

  335. Bitterlaw says:

    Let’s have a right start meeting, MD. Well, after your other one.

  336. MD (IP - Akin and Mourdock Will Win!) says:

    I had mine. I couldn’t tell you anything he said. Not one thing. I daydreamed the entire time. By the way, I absolutely killed it on the presentation the other. The Pension Commish for Bermuda even told me so. Seems a lot of people like my work. Except for my boss. He will never be happy.

    Oh well. Time for a new start soon. Actually looking forward to it.

  337. Bitterlaw says:

    I thought the entire government of Bermuda has 17 people in it. How much can their pensions cost?

  338. Bitterlaw says:

    If a Canadian thinks ice fishing is boring, it is BORING!

  339. Mrs. MD says:

    I hired MD as my receptionist. He can also pick up my dry cleaning.

  340. MD (IP - Akin and Mourdock Will Win!) says:

    346

    They have over $2B in their system. It is compulsory. 5% employee contribution with a 5% employer match.

  341. MD (IP - Akin and Mourdock Will Win!) says:

    I just thank God that I have reached the point where I can contemplate walking away. I’ll think of something to do next that will be interesting and make me $.

  342. Bitterlaw says:

    Two local Booth family descendants – Joanne Hulme of Philadelphia’s Kensington section and her sister Suzanne Flaherty of Bordentown

    Damn. Dying with a severed spine is bad. Your future relative living in Kensington? That family really hit the skids.

  343. MD (IP - Akin and Mourdock Will Win!) says:

    Yea, if you are living in Kensington, life hasn’t been that good to you. A family curse I guess.

  344. Bitterlaw says:

    I’ll think of something to do next that will be interesting and make me $.

    Start the betting:

    10-1 that MD becomes a drug dealer

    15-1 male escort

    20-1 bar owner

  345. Walt, HHR Senator, formerly known as Delegate says:

    MD,

    Glad your presentation went well. If I lived closer to you (like Bitter does), I would bring over a jar of Jake and Amos’s Amish sweet pickeld red beets to welcome you home. (The scripture verse on the label might do you some good.)

    I know SusyQue was praying that your business trip would go well. But she is hoping that you will give the glory to God that helped make it possible.

  346. SoHope says:

    What are the odds on MD becoming a “hand model”?

    That is one tough profession…you must be Master of Your Domain.

  347. MD (IP - Akin and Mourdock Will Win!) says:

    No chance at the hand model gig. Wes already has he male prosti thing covered. A drug dealer? Nah.

    Who knows?

  348. MD (IP - Akin and Mourdock Will Win!) says:

    I will do some investment counseling. Fee only and I wouldn’t want any custody. At least not initially.

  349. Walt, HHR Senator, formerly known as Delegate says:

    Real Clear Politics Saturday

    Obama’s Government-by-Fake-Disaster Movie – Mark Steyn, Natl Review

    This Entire Mess Is the GOP’s Fault – Charles Blow, New York Times

    President Obama’s Lost Leverage – Dennis & Newhauser, Roll Call

    Why the ‘Threat’ on Woodward Matters – Kathleen Parker, Washington Post

    Bob Woodward Throws an Interception – John Cassidy, The New Yorker

    All the President’s Unaccountable Men – Linda Chavez, New York Post

    The World Didn’t End, But Sequester Is Still Scary – Jonathan Cohn, TNR

    How Obama Overplayed His Hand – Joe Scarborough, New York Times

    The Threat to Republicans – Charlie Cook, National Journal

    To Create Growth, Unleash the Invisible Foot – Reihan Salam, Reuters

    California Is Not Too Big to Fail – Grubbs & Steel, Weekly Standard

    Hannity-Ellison Spat Shows Our Broken Discourse – Howard Kurtz, CNN

    The Lonely Lives of WH Reporters – James Taranto, Wall Street Journal

    America’s Nastiest Political Blood Feud – Garry Wills, NY Review of Books

  350. Bitterlaw says:

    MD could have been the spokesman for Grey Goose but he gave up the intoxicating bird.

  351. Walt, HHR Senator, formerly known as Delegate says:

    NewsBusters.org

    Gay Students at New Mexico University Say They Feel Threatened By Chick-fil-A’s Presence, But School Board Votes It Can Stay

    Read more: http://bit.ly/13qlN7w

  352. Walt, HHR Senator, formerly known as Delegate says:

    These people are outside my door right now. They have falled on hard times due to the sequester.

    What should I do?

    http://www.bing.com/images/search?q=photos+of+poor+depression+era+families&qpvt=photos+of+poor+depression+era+families&FORM=IGRE#view=detail&id=1C513A27E94830659300761771E8C1E253264F94&selectedIndex=120

  353. MD (IP - Akin and Mourdock Will Win!) says:

    Why are they so threatened? CFA doesn’t ask about orientation during the interview, on their employment forms and serves everyone.

  354. Walt, HHR Senator, formerly known as Delegate says:

    MD,

    God only knows.

    IMO, they are insane.

  355. MD (IP - Akin and Mourdock Will Win!) says:

    Dave – c’mon. Get serious with this filter.

  356. ssq says:

    “Paul supporters pushing amendment to change state to a caucus state.”

    Right, you definitely don’t want the voters deciding.

    Oh wait, but Paul lost EVERY caucus state too.

    The solution might be to have a committee composed only of Paulbots deciding.

  357. Walt, HHR Senator, formerly known as Delegate says:

    Chad has announced that they have killed a top al-Quida leader.

    No word from Jeremy yet.

  358. jason says:

    “These people are outside my door right now. They have falled on hard times due to the sequester.”

    Feed them some wild boar and tell them to vote Republican in 2014.

  359. Walt, HHR Senator, formerly known as Delegate says:

    Today I did another chapter for my book about my hometown.

    It is about the trees there (buckeyes, cherry, Kentucky coffee bean, catalpa, persimmons, etc.) and humorous and interesting stories related to what kids did in and around these trees.

    I need a catchy chapter title.

  360. Cory says:

    Trees Gone Wild

  361. jason says:

    How about “Dolly, my first ewe”?

  362. Cory says:

    The Three Hee Hee Tree Stories

  363. Cory says:

    Who Knows Tree Names Now, Dad?

  364. jason says:

    “My first chain saw massacre”?

  365. jason says:

    “The Three Hee Hee Tree Stories”

    This could win for gayest chapter name….

  366. Walt, HHR Senator, formerly known as Delegate says:

    TV reports trying to alarm people about sequester cuts say that 1200 teachers will not be hired for the next school year.

    OK. That is an average of 24 in each state. There are tens & hundreds of thousands of teachers in every state. So it will not be a huge impact to everyone in each state, and probably a tiny impact to those local school systems that it actually may affect.

    There are a total of about 6,500,000 teachers in the U.S.

    And the sequester may cost 1200 their job? Even if it does, does this mean K-12 education system is doomed?

    Why do news reports not give the whole facts??????????

  367. Michael says:

    By the way, we are in the month of March. The month of my birthday!

    March the 1st was the first day and it must have disappointed HHR to have me forgot to tell them that yesterday was not my birthday.
    And it pains me to also say that the 2nd is also not my birthday.

    (1),(2), 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16,17,18,19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31

    1 and 2 are done. How much farther must we go?????????

  368. Walt, HHR Senator, formerly known as Delegate says:

    DETROIT, March 1 — The city of Detroit must have an “emergency manager,” to solve the city’s financial emergency, according to Michigan Governor Rick Snyder. The move will essentially over-ride Detroit’s elected government, and could be a pre-cursor to a bankruptcy for the “Motor City.”
    ************************
    MoTown is a national symbol of urban rot that many experts believe is irreversible without the city going through bankruptcy and a total re-think of the structure of the city. Exodus from the city, as well as corruption and mismanagement throughout the city’s political and bureaucratic structure for decades has created a $327 million budget deficit and more than $14 billion in long-term debt.
    _________________
    BUT DON’T LET THE FACTS GET IN THE WAY OF THE THINKING OF MOTOWN RESIDENTS.

    SOUNDS LIKE SOMEONE HAS A CASE OF RACISM
    *********************************
    Karen Lewis, 49, a manager at a fast food store, reflected the resentment some residents feel at the takeover of the predominantly black and Democratic city by a predominantly white and Republican state government.

    “It don’t take a genius to know what this is all about,” said Lewis, who is black. “They want our money and our land. No one cares about us. And we’re the ones who stuck around. Not the white folks.”

    But Bernard Ragin, 41, said he was tired of living in a city that has seen a collapse of basic services. “I don’t care who fixes Detroit, as long as the street lights work and the police show up on time,” he said.
    ***********************************
    Five huge tasks and challenges

    -The city’s footprint once handled two million residents. With fewer then 700,000 living there, vast sections of Detroit are uninhabited, run down beyond repair and dangerous.

    -The school system is atrocious, making it all the more unattractive for any family who would take a flyer on an inexpensive house.

    -The city’s infrastructure is out of date, has numerous toxic sites and decayed buildings that are expensive to tear down.

    -There is unemployment above 20%, and

    -a huge population of welfare recipients and single parents with children on public assistance.

  369. MD (IP - Akin and Mourdock Will Win!) says:

    WTFFFFFF?

  370. jason says:

    ” Why do news reports not give the whole facts??????????”

    The WH did not clear it.

  371. Michael says:

    @HuffingtonPost: Woman caught hiding a needle up her butt in drug bust http://t.co/PvlHsisCLH

  372. Walt, HHR Senator, formerly known as Delegate says:

    Did you know that (at least in WV and probably elsewhere) qualifying for food stamps has nothing to do with how much money you may have in the bank?

    It is determined by income and not assetss, so you could have a million in the bank but no income and therefore qualify for food stamps.

  373. Michael says:

    Lt. gov. Reynolds (R-IA) says she is seriously considering a run for Iowa senate against Braley.

    She could be considered a front runner in a primary over King, because she may have Bradstand’s support and financial help that could clear the field

    http://globegazette.com/news/iowa/reynolds-will-take-serious-look-at-u-s-senate-race/article_81455f6c-822a-11e2-adfa-0019bb2963f4.html?utm_medium=referral&utm_source=t.co

  374. Walt, HHR Senator, formerly known as Delegate says:

    382. Is that GaRy WinSloW.

    Nah, the last name of that guy who posted here a while back was something similar like WitHrOw or WinSLoW

  375. MD (IP - Akin and Mourdock Will Win!) says:

    How much do apartments rent for in your state Walt? I think I found a loophole here.

  376. Walt, HHR Senator, formerly known as Delegate says:

    Cheapest one bedroom apartment in my area would be $600/mo. or more.
    The cheapest ones. Unfurnished.

    You could probably find a one bedroom apartment in Wyoming County or McDowell Co. in southern WV for $100 or $200. But nobody in their right mind wants to live there.

  377. Walt, HHR Senator, formerly known as Delegate says:

    Jerry Withrow?

  378. jason says:

    ” You could probably find a one bedroom apartment in Wyoming County or McDowell Co. in southern WV for $100 or $200″

    That’s expensive. Here in PA you can get an apt for about $50 a day.

  379. jason says:

    Jerry R. Withrow was Bunu’s sidekick.

  380. jason says:

    Oh wait, that’s a month????

  381. Walt, HHR Senator, formerly known as Delegate says:

    A month.

  382. SoHope says:

    So Walt, I’ve got to AXE if YEW picked a tree pun yet? Alot of them were very POPLAR. I will go on a LIMB and say that MD’s WOODEN be chosen…He’s too TRUNK. Should we LEAVE it to the poor SAPS here to make the DECIDUOUS? I’m trying to be funny, but you probably SEED that I’m KNOT.

    Dang, this took awhile….I must be BOARD!

  383. W. PA Observer says:

    384- She seems a pretty strong candidate except for having a pair of DUIs in her past- and not the George W. Bush type in the late 70s when the cops would drive you home and give you a ticket, but in the more recent less-tolerated times. Now she’s dealt with that several times and won with Brandstad in 2010- but something worth keeping an eye on.

  384. Jim B. says:

    Hey Walt, now that you’re not in the H of D, why not come to CPAC? We have a “CPAC Saturday” breakfast & it would be great to see you.

  385. Bitterlaw says:

    I know I’m in the minority here but I have a huge problem with DUI convictions. If I had to choose in a primary between a candidate with a DUI and one who robbed a gas station (assuming both were eligible to serve in office), I think I would vote for the robber. There is never an excuse to drive drunk. At least a sober robber had a reason to commit the crime. He wanted money.

  386. Walt, HHR Senator, formerly known as Delegate says:

    SoHope,

    I am gonna get on a boat, steer the ELM and come kick you ASH. I heard you called me a son of a BEECH. Watch that nobody pokes you in your SWEET GUM. I’ll put the LUMBER to you. I know you PINE to add humor but some would say our earlier attempts at humor sucked, and now they SYCAMORE.

    BTW your sister came by and we all CEDAR.
    How FIR do you wanna take this?

  387. Walt, HHR Senator, formerly known as Delegate says:

    SoHope,

    You did a good job there with the tree punnys.
    :)

  388. Walt, HHR Senator, formerly known as Delegate says:

    Jim B.

    Staying active in county republican meetings. Toying with going to State GOP winter meeting 3/8 and 3/9 in Berkeley Springs (my part of the state).
    Rep. David McKinley from WV CD 1 will be a speaker.
    ********************
    Backing away from ALEC and other political related activities for a while. But thanks for the invitation.

  389. Michael says:

    cccc

  390. Michael says:

    Walt, run for your state house seat. Come on!!!

  391. SoHope says:

    There too MULCH tree puns here, so I’ve gotta LEAVE…Later Birches!

  392. Walt, HHR Senator, formerly known as Delegate says:

    396.I know I’m in the minority here but I have a huge problem with DUI convictions. If I had to choose in a primary between a candidate with a DUI and one who robbed a gas station (assuming both were eligible to serve in office), I think I would vote for the robber. There is never an excuse to drive drunk. At least a sober robber had a reason to commit the crime. He wanted money.
    ***********************
    So you would rather vote for a person who commited an armed robbery to get money to support his crack or meth habit rather than vote for someone who was caught at a DUI checkpoint and blows a 0.081, but committed no other crime other than driving while being over 0.08?

    Not me.

  393. SoHope says:

    If a person was that was DWI and actually hurt someone, I would be more likely to agree with bitter. But she admitted to having a drinking problem. She seems to have turned the page and admitted to being an alcoholic. I hope she is a T-Totaler now.

  394. jason says:

    “I know I’m in the minority here but I have a huge problem with DUI convictions.”

    Wow, Bitter, you really did keep your drinking problem a big secret.

    I swallowed that line about a bottle lasting years in your house hook line and sinker.

  395. Michael says:

    I want Walt to run for state house again!!!,

    Don’t worry when primary day comes around in May I will let you know and give a heads up on what office I’m running for, bitter knows but that is it. There is no media outlet with the info yet so don’t bother googling it.

  396. Walt, HHR Senator, formerly known as Delegate says:

    Picture on DRUDGE of YoMama.

    Let’s make it a picture labeling contest.

    What do you think he is indicating with his fingers in the picture?

    A. how much he loves his country

    B. length of his manhood

    C. amount of intelligence VP Joe B. has

    D. how much truth in the statements he has made to the press in the last 5 years

    E. on a scale of here to the moon, how much good he has accomplished

  397. jason says:

    “There is never an excuse to drive drunk. At least a sober robber had a reason to commit the crime.”

    This is convoluted and confused reasoning.

    A robber is willfully committing a crime. Wanting money is not a reason to commit a crime. Someone who has a couple drinks and drives often does not even feel impaired, much less intentionally trying to hurt anybody.

    Of course I am talking about social drinkers not habitual offenders that have multiple DUI convictions.

  398. SusyQue says:

    Jason….Costco’s olive oil is not tasting good lately. It is very bitter except for “California’s Olive Ranch Gold Medal series Bold & Peppery Millers Blend Extra Virgin Olive Oil.”

  399. Michael says:

    410 funny but no. I am not running for any state or federal office

  400. Bitter's Hired Press Flack says:

    We would like to clear up the statement made by Gov. Bitter.

    Clearly, the bias press has misheard (misquoted/misunderstood) what was said.

    Bitter clearly said that “When it comes to light that individuals running for public office have prior DUI arrest and convictions, then it troubles this governor greatly. I question the judgement, character and ability to be clear headed and make sound decisions should they become an elected official.”

    I would like to further state that Gov. Bitter was in no way saying he supported crack head, pistol packing gas station robbers who terrorize our hard working communities and bring potential harm to so many women and children.”

    This ends our press conference and we have creme sodas, refreshments and some personal gifts for members of the press.”

  401. SoHope says:

    and Jul today

  402. Bitterlaw says:

    Walt – The person who gets behind the wheel after drinking is a selfish, individual who does not care if they hurt or kill somebody else.

    I said it before. I would give somebody who kills a person while driving drunk the same sentence as somebody convicted of first degree murder. I doubt anybody agrees with that.

  403. Michael says:

    SoHope, no. This is a better fit for Jul, except he would also be throwing chairs and be running around showing people he has a concealed weapons permit.

    http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=UhV5RgcNJjE

  404. DuelStol says:

    Phil Davidson 2016!

  405. Tim says:

    I can certainly see why Ryan Kelly was missed, while he was out. The man’s a monster.

  406. MD (IP - Akin and Mourdock Will Win!) says:

    Trying to make a comment on a yahoo article (orig published in the Atlantic). A very simple comment and I am being censored. Unreal what is going on in this country now.

  407. Walt, HHR Senator, formerly known as Delegate says:

    411.Jason….Costco’s olive oil is not tasting good lately. It is very bitter except for “California’s Olive Ranch Gold Medal series Bold & Peppery Millers Blend Extra Virgin Olive Oil.”
    ******************
    WTH?
    Is this some sort of code phrase?

  408. Tim says:

    And, all this time, I’ve been searching for a post where Jason talked about olive oil. LOL

  409. Tim says:

    They remade “Red Dawn”?

    I’m still wondering why they made it the first time………..

  410. Michael says:

    Tim do you think Handel will run for Broun’s seat or will she be all in for the Senate seat?

  411. Bitterlaw says:

    Tim cheered for the Reds in the first Red Dawn. GFY, Tim. Wolverines!

  412. MD (IP - Akin and Mourdock Will Win!) says:

    Me and Jeb, we’re all used up.

  413. Bitterlaw says:

    Jennifer Grey took out a commie as she lay dying after getting shot up by a Hind gunship. Can you do that, Tim?

  414. MD (IP - Akin and Mourdock Will Win!) says:

    Nobody survives when Baby has firearms!

  415. Walt, HHR Senator, formerly known as Delegate says:

    425.Me and Jeb, we’re all used up.

    WTH?
    Is the above some sort of code phrase?

  416. MD (IP - Akin and Mourdock Will Win!) says:

    It was a line in Red Dawn. Please follow along.

  417. Walt, HHR Senator, formerly known as Delegate says:

    Tim,

    They made Red Dawn so people who went to watch it could see a good flick where the good guys win. It would give people hope that good wins in the end.

    That, plus the God-less commies were defeated.
    ***************
    Maybe they are doing a remake with a different ending to show how the current S-head admin. is weakening and destroying the country, but this time from within and this time the bad guys win.?

  418. Bitterlaw says:

    Taps or Red Dawn? I say Taps was better. Tom Cruise went off.

  419. jason says:

    “I doubt anybody agrees with that.”

    You are right, I certainly don’t agree.

    But kind of typical of people who don’t drink. Everyone who drinks must be an alcoholic.

  420. MD (IP - Akin and Mourdock Will Win!) says:

    In the remake the North Koreans were the bad guys ( I think). Didn’t see it. Heard it was awful.

    Wasn’t a huge fan of Taps. Filmed 2 miles from mine and Bitter’s houses.

  421. Walt, HHR Senator, formerly known as Delegate says:

    Dang, MD.

    You expect an aged HOBO who saw Red Dawn decades ago to remember movie lines?

    I can’t remember what I had for breakfast today. :)

  422. MD (IP - Akin and Mourdock Will Win!) says:

    I agree with jason on this one. Not condoning drinking and driving but I have known people who got DUI’s after a couple of drinks.

  423. MD (IP - Akin and Mourdock Will Win!) says:

    434

    You had oatmeal Walt.

  424. SoHope says:

    Would have been better with China instead of the NORKS

  425. jason says:

    ” WTH?
    Is this some sort of code phrase?”

    Don’t get jealous Walt.

    I once told Susy where to buy good olive oil.

    Susy, did you buy the organic? Normally I scoff at “organic” but in this case it really is better.

  426. jason says:

    436. LOL

  427. Bitterlaw says:

    MD made Walt breakfast? There’s a weird story there.

  428. Bitterlaw says:

    Not all drinkers are alcoholics. Very few re. However, i know enough alcoholics. I called one, “Mom.”

  429. Walt, HHR Senator, formerly known as Delegate says:

    “I once told Susy where to buy good olive oil.”

    OOOOH! This is sounding so HOT!!!!
    Susy oiling things down, eh?
    I like where THIS is going!

    Getting the vapors now…

  430. MD (IP - Akin and Mourdock Will Win!) says:

    Whose turn is it to drive Michael’s Gmaw around tomorrow?

  431. jason says:

    How hard up do you have to be to fantasize about SSQ?

    Do not discuss.

  432. Tim says:

    I just thought the movie sucked. I imagine some fine actors considered it to be one of their mortal sins.

    “Avenge me”! LOL

    #423:
    There is actually equal talk about her looking at both races. I think she should go for the House seat.

  433. Walt, HHR Senator, formerly known as Delegate says:

    443. was VERY funny!!! :)

    444. was just mean spirited.
    Killing the dream, man.
    Killing the dream. :(

  434. W. PA Observer says:

    437- Apparently the remake originally WAS the Chinese invading- but it apparently offended the Chinese, so they digitally retouched it to some generi-power issue. Hence why I refused to see it – and was unnerved by it- the original one- with John Milius in charge was quite blunt about it being Communists including Soviets and Central American proxies attacking.

  435. Walt, HHR Senator, formerly known as Delegate says:

    “Whose turn is it to drive Michael’s Gmaw around tomorrow?”

    “There is actually equal talk about her looking at both races. I think she should go for the House seat.”
    **********
    WTH?
    Michael’s Gmaw is running for elective office?
    I am SO confused.
    <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
    Nothing a good olive oil rubdown would not cure, though.

  436. jason says:

    I drink just about every meal, certainly every restaurant meal. Every party, bbq, social occasion. And drive. Often with my kids. Never had a DUI or an accident.

    Bitter thinks I am as bad a robber?

    He can GFH. Respectfully.

  437. Michael's Gma says:

    Keep laughing, m-fer. I would love to crush your throat with my walker while kicking you.

  438. jason says:

    444. was just mean spirited.”

    Thanks Walt.

    Another testimonial for my annals.

  439. Michael's Gma says:

    Jason – you run a risk I won’t run. I hope you know how to judge yourself. If you kill somebody because you were a little off in your judgment, you have to live with it.

  440. Bitterlaw says:

    Even Michael’s Gma thinks you are reckless, jason.

  441. MD (IP - Akin and Mourdock Will Win!) says:

    Has DuelStol ever actually proposed cutting anything as a board director? I do recall him begging the state for more money. He has opposed a lot of things but I don’t think he has made any affirmative proposals to cut spending himself.

    The consistent conservative.

  442. jason says:

    452. Life is full of risks. If you can’t have two glasses of wine when you go out to dinner you might as well kill yourself, life will be pretty boring.

  443. Michael says:

    @453 she is negative to everyone, it is best to just get used to it

  444. W. PA Observer says:

    Well there’s a difference between drink and “drink”. – having a glass or two of wine with dinner or a couple beers over the course of an afternoon barbecue is different from pounding shots or guzzling martinis and driving off.

  445. Bitterlaw says:

    Duel never proposes anything because he insults the Democrats and campaigns against the Republicans. I don’t think he has much chance of psssing anything.

  446. MD (IP - Akin and Mourdock Will Win!) says:

    I am just curious Bitter.

  447. jason says:

    ” If you kill somebody because you were a little off in your judgment,”

    BS.

    That can happen because you were distracted talking on your cell phone, was looking at the GPS, a mechanical problem, have a headache, going too fast, a million reasons.

    That’s why accidents are called accidents.

  448. Bitterlaw says:

    I don’t have 2 wines with dinner andi’m not boring. Would a boring person be typing on a blog on Saturday night? Oh.

  449. jason says:

    457. There you go. A voice of reason.

  450. jason says:

    When I guzzle martinis I take the horse and buggy.

  451. Bitterlaw says:

    If jason buys my neighbor’s house, I will be his designated driver.

  452. Tim says:

    Now, wait just a minute, Bitterlaw.

    I’ve had several drinks, I’m typing on a blog on Saturday night, and I’m definitely boring.

    Oh.

  453. jason says:

    You guys must be drunk.

    I didn’t say the drinker was boring, I said life without drinking is boring.

  454. jason says:

    464. Thanks Bitter.

    Any good bars around?

  455. Tim says:

    Jason, what does me being drunk have to do with me being drunk?

  456. jason says:

    I just polished off three martinis. Can I answer in the morning?

  457. Tim says:

    Besides, I always have a good reason to drink. Tonight, it’s because Oral Roberts is beating Lamar.

  458. jason says:

    Is it ok to watch Wicked Tuna after 3 martinis?

    I don’t want to do anything illegal.

  459. jason says:

    ” Tonight, it’s because Oral Roberts is beating Lamar.”

    Local yokels? Good fight?

  460. Bitterlaw says:

    In the interest of public safety, Lt. Governor jason will be assigned avdriver on all blog business. I was going to hire Michael but after Gma-gate, i need a more reliable person.

  461. Add says:

    Oral Roberts is beating Lamar? Good. I hope he kills him. lamar should have stayed in the truck.

  462. jason says:

    “In the interest of public safety, Lt. Governor jason will be assigned avdriver on all blog business”

    I prefer pert good looking blonds in uniform.

  463. Michael says:

    @473 public safety? The only people here that scare me are Jul, Bunu, and Tom Gordon. I will be 18 soon though and I won’t have to worry about Gordon though

  464. MD (IP - Akin and Mourdock Will Win!) says:

    You’ll get Cory and like it.

  465. Michael says:

    Just got PSU football schedule for this year!!!, Syracuse will be an awesome game, I will try to get there!!!

    Aug. 31 vs. Syracuse (at New Meadowlands Stadium; East Rutherford, N.J.)
    Sept. 7 – EASTERN MICHIGAN
    Sept. 14 – Central Florida
    Sept. 21 – KENT STATE
    Oct. 5 at Indiana
    Oct. 12 – MICHIGAN
    Oct. 26 at Ohio State
    Nov. 2 – ILLINOIS
    Nov. 9 at Minnesota
    Nov. 16 – PURDUE
    Nov. 23 – NEBRASKA
    Nov. 30 at Wisconsin

  466. Michael says:

    @NBCPolitics: From coast to coast, states brace for sequester shock http://t.co/K2AEBiUSgA

    Hawaii won’t be effected

  467. Bitterlaw says:

    7-5, Michael. Sorry.

  468. jason says:

    “You’ll get Cory and like it.”

    Can I get a driver that can add to 100 at least, that is not too much to ask.

  469. Old Man Walt says:

    Hawaii is a state? When did that happen?

  470. jason says:

    Michael is afraid of Bunu???

    Are you Jewish?

  471. SusyQue says:

    #438…Jason..I did buy the organic at Costco, but it hasn’t had a good flavor lately. I eat salads almost daily so the taste of the olive oil is important. I also put in stews, bean soups, etc.

  472. Tim says:

    For those interested, beer is an excellent beer chaser.

  473. Bitterlaw says:

    You’re lucky that we can afford a driver with a license.

  474. jason says:

    Breaking:

    Guam just listed 15 degrees because of the sequestration….

  475. Michael says:

    480
    Really??

    I find PSU 9-3
    Losses to Kent State, OSU, and Wisconsin. Wisconsin was a lucky OT win for PSU this year. I don’t see that luck coming to help PSU in Madison.
    Kent State is tough now, and OSU was perfect this year.

    Syracuse will be tough, but their defense is not too good. And eastern Michigan, Central Florida? Easy pickings.

  476. Michael says:

    @483 yeah, he is a lunatic. No one knows what he is capable of, which is scary.

  477. jason says:

    Lately I found a good deal on Filippo Berio and bought a couple gallons… pretty good…EV of course.

    http://www.filippoberio.com/

    Lt. Governor is a tough job, and you have to help out the constituents.

  478. Tim says:

    Two gallons? Someone must be into some Italian cooking, big time.

  479. jason says:

    “You’re lucky that we can afford a driver with a license.”

    I don’t know if Kanadian licenses are legal in York county.

  480. Bitterlaw says:

    Michigan, Illinois and Nebraska are PSU losses. Kent Stat is a win. This year’s team will not be as good and will not play with the same intensity.

  481. Michael says:

    Illinois? Your joking right???? Look at what happened to them this year, taking out the star players for PSU. They still would have lost, they are in a rebuilding year. Unlike PSU though, they don’t have an awesome new quarterback.

    Michigan will be Tough, but PSU always seems to beat them in happy valley.

    Nebraska always alludes PSU, but i just felt lucky and said PSU would beat them

  482. jason says:

    Tim, do you know about the Frenchman, Italian and Jew that walked into a bar.

    The Frenchman said “when I make love to my wife, I pour champagne on her and lick it off, she moans for half an hour”.

    The Italian said “I pour olive oil on my wife and rub it all over her, she moans for an hour”.

    The Jewish guy says, “that’s nothing, I wiped schmaltz on the drapes, she screamed for two days”.

  483. Michael says:

    We could make it to 500!!!

  484. Michael says:

    PSU baseball lost at UTSA 3-2 today

  485. Michael says:

    PSU indoor track placed third n the big ten tournament though!

  486. Michael says:

    PSU!!

  487. Michael says:

    ccccc

  488. Michael says:

    There we go, got us over 500!!!

  489. jason says:

    CCCCC? Jeezuz

  490. jason says:

    Try D next time

  491. W. PA Observer says:

    500- Michael, the Roman numeral for 500 is “D”

  492. Michael says:

    @504 well then what is 600? Assuming we may get there,

  493. Walt, HHR Senator, formerly known as Delegate says:

    482.Hawaii is a state? When did that happen?

    Comment by Old Man Walt
    ************
    Hey,

    That wasn’t me.
    Was it?

  494. SoHope says:

    Blame PA public schools

  495. SoHope says:

    There are II types of people in the world- Those who know Roman numerals and those who don’t.

  496. Michael says:

    @508 I honestly don’t care

  497. W. PA Observer says:

    504- DC

  498. Bitterlaw says:

    503.Try D next time

    2 Ds are better!

  499. SoHope says:

    There are 10 types of people in the world- Those who know binary and those who don’t.

  500. Bitterlaw says:

    I honestly don’t care …

    says the young man posting baseball and indoor track reports about Penn State?

    Priceless.

  501. Michael says:

    @513 I do care about Penn State

  502. C3P0 says:

    I speak Boci.

  503. Bitterlaw says:

    That makes 2 – Michael and MD.

  504. W. PA Observer says:

    512- That actually cracked me up

  505. SoHope says:

    Do you speak the binary language of moisture vaporators?

  506. SoHope says:

    this is post #207 in hexadecimal

  507. C3P0 says:

    I speak 6 million languages, mf-er. That includes jive, byatch.

  508. Bitterlaw says:

    2 Ds in the house and I’m typing with you people? Maybe I should start drinking.

  509. Michael says:

    If bitter started drinking he probably wouldn’t have to wait for MD’s wife to have a good time.

  510. Bitterlaw says:

    Zing! The puppy bites deep.

  511. Bitterlaw says:

    Breaking News – MD and DuelStol fought it out earlier today.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KCPIPVSbywA

  512. jason says:

    It’s not only the Roman numerals. Serious grammar problem too….

  513. Brandon says:

    Sixers win a game!

  514. Michael says:

    Klingons!!!

  515. Michael says:

    526 what a shock? Too bad t wasn’t against the bobcats, the game would have been over hours before it actually began

  516. Walt, HHR Senator, formerly known as Delegate says:

    And so it begins….

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GhxqIITtTtU

  517. SoHope says:

    529…

    That…was….AWESOME!!!

  518. Michael says:

    Good night

  519. jason says:

    That was great!

  520. Bitterlaw says:

    529 – Doesn’t an AK47 have a banana clip? That ape will reload all day.

  521. Walt, HHR Senator, formerly known as Delegate says:

    More Monkey business

    http://www.tunesbaby.com/yt/?x=26eDf2PegRM

  522. Michael says:

    Good morning

  523. Michael says:

    Here are the results of two special elections that happened yesterday in Louisiana.

    http://staticresults.sos.la.gov/03022013/03022013_Legislative.html

    Republicans won both and it was only republicans running really. Both do not need runoffs

  524. SoHope says:

    President Obama has apparently given up on the idea that the GOP majority in the House will work with him, Instead, he will actively work to elect a Democratic majority in 2014, according to a story in Sunday’s Washington Post.

    The Post reports that almost immediately after his re-election, Obama began working behind the scenes to win back the lower chamber and attempt to secure his legacy. The plan, the paper suggests, is to nationalize the 2014 race around issues which have popular public appeal — gun control, immigration reform, the minimum wage, climate change and others.

    Expect obama to inject a poison pill into immigration…

  525. SoHope says:

    GOP need to present a bill to increase min wage to $30

  526. MD (IP - Akin and Mourdock Will Win!) says:

    Hope – I don’t think this qualifies as news. It is 100% obvious that this is the strategy. 14 will not be a mid like 10. Not even close. We should retain the House but need to be careful. Hijinks by our wonderfully retarded dead enders could lead to disaster.

  527. SoHope says:

    Ban all emissions of CO2

  528. Michael says:

    MD if we could gain back what we lost in the senate in 2012 I will be fine. Also, I want at least one republican elected in the northeast either house or senate.

    MD, I showed a dem running against McIntyre in NC. That might help out, and the GOP could gain back one of the house seats lost in Arizona or Illinois in 2014

  529. Bitterlaw says:

    Presidents always want more power and to control Congress. In other news, the sun rose in the east. In sports, half the teams lost and half he teams won.

  530. Michael says:

    Libertarians cost the GOP 2 house seats in Arizona.
    One of them was an African American.

    We could have still had an African Amerian in the House with an (R) in front of his name!!!!

    But stupid reactionary libertarian scum ruined it.

  531. Michael says:

    Also, Libertarians cost the GOP a house seat in New Hampshire

  532. Tim says:

    #539:
    I don’t think the numbers are anywhere near there, for the GOP to lose the House. My guess right now is, one Party picks up less than 10 seats.

    So, pretty much a wash. The low-hanging fruit fell in 2010, followed by a re-districting.

  533. Gma says:

    Rub my feet, Michael.

  534. michael says:

    Tina hello!!!

    I am out in Amish country today!!!

    Out in Lewisburg

  535. Bitterlaw says:

    Tina? Is Michael halucinating? I thought he was grounded. Well, I guess being exiled to Amish country is the next best thing.

  536. jason says:

    The worst was the Senate seat in Montana. Tester got 48.5% and won. Rehberg + Cox had 14k more votes.

  537. jason says:

    549. Lewisburg? About 15 minutes from my house.

    Come on over for some Kool Aid….

  538. jason says:

    Well, make that 15 minutes from Lewisberry….

  539. Bubu says:

    “Republicans won both and it was only republicans running really. Both do not need runoffs”

    Interesting. We are trying to do this on a national basis where only Paulbots are nominated.

  540. Bubu says:

    Michael, come on by for Kool Aid and cookies, and maybe a game of hopscotch with the neighborhood kids.

  541. jason says:

    Hmmm, don’t be afraid, Michael, that was me.

  542. jason says:

    Who knew?

    Joe Manchin:

    I think everybody knows I’m very centrist and bipartisan, trying to get things done for the betterment of our country, rather than playing politics.

  543. jason says:

    Doubling down:

    Manchin:

    . So yes, I’m building more of a rapport in a bipartisan way and I think I’m the most centrist senator in the whole damn Senate.

  544. michael says:

    Bitter I am grounded but this is with the family so I was forced to go.

    Jason, no way I am visiting, I am currently indulging in some awesome stuffing at the Country Cupboard.

  545. jason says:

    Yeah, it’s made with lard, makes it really good.

  546. jason says:

    “I don’t think the numbers are anywhere near there, for the GOP to lose the House.”

    One of the few times I hope Tim is right… 8)

  547. Bitterlaw says:

    I also hope Tim is right but there was no way that the GOP could fail to win the Missouri Senate seat – up until the point they failed to win it by nominating Akin.

  548. jason says:

    “Jason, no way I am visiting,”

    Neighborhood kids are disappointed, I told them Michael was coming to play.

  549. jason says:

    ” up until the point they failed to win it by nominating Akin.”

    But even Akin was competitive with Skyqueen until he self destructed.

  550. Bitterlaw says:

    Maybe Michael could visitbthe Senior Center in jason’s town. The old people could use exercise like throwing walkers.

  551. michael says:

    Luckily, I already finished eating Jason

  552. jason says:

    I guess I got et.

  553. Walt, HHR Senator, formerly known as Delegate says:

    Taught the Men’s SS class today.

    Went very well.
    I had plenty of material and did not have to fill time by telling stories of what goes on at HHR.
    ************************
    The following has nothing to do with church or sunday school, and was a seperate revelation that came to me eating breakfast today.

    I have decided that next to creating women, the best thing God created was pigs. Close third is eggs. So many things you can do with the last two.

    Actually all three. :)

  554. michael says:

    Headed back to state college now. Just past a senior care center, I wonder if we can take gma there…..

    No the lighting wouldn’t be good enough

  555. michael says:

    @569 trying to coax lisab here?

  556. Cory says:

    “Luckily, I already finished eating Jason”
    – Comment by michael

    Governor, I think the zombies have gotten to Michael. Knowing your very public stance on dealing with zombies, I expect you’ll be purchasing a firearm in short order to deal with the problem.

  557. Bitterlaw says:

    Cory – We do not have a zombie problem. We have a comma problem.

  558. Michael says:

    ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,

  559. Cory says:

    Better safe than sorry.

  560. Michael says:

    @postpolls: Post poll: Martin O’Malley gets mixed ratings as Md. governor, little 2016 enthusiasm http://t.co/oOWnxFCPuf

  561. Michael says:

    Just to let everyone know, today is not my birthday.
    That marks off the 3rd.

  562. Walt, HHR Senator, formerly known as Delegate says:

    Postings down today due to sequester?

    Thanks for all the cute suggestions for the chapter title of my book concerning trees.
    ***************************
    Draft title I have tentatively selected is “Shady Silent Sentinels” subtitiled “if the threes could only talk”.

    Or should it be
    “Silent Shady Sentinels”?

  563. Walt, HHR Senator, formerly known as Delegate says:

    or maybe: “The Shady Side of My Town”?

  564. Walt, HHR Senator, formerly known as Delegate says:

    Group building 500-foot wooden ark for animals…

    But NOTHING for the Beatles or Rolling Stones?
    ***************

  565. Michael says:

    Darn it, the Orioles beat the Phillies.

  566. Michael says:

    @nprnews: Scientists Report First Cure of HIV In A Child, Say It’s A Game-Changer http://t.co/RYX9hEqIRI

    This is a serious breakthrough

  567. Jim B. says:

    578=Draft title I have tentatively selected is “Shady Silent Sentinels” subtitiled “if the threes could only talk”.

    Walt, threes DO talk. A pair of em says, “you lose.” But four of em say “you win big time.”

  568. SoHope says:

    An elderly woman being cared for at a California retirement facility died following the refusal of a nurse at the facility to perform CPR on the woman after she collapsed, authorities said.
    When Lorraine Bayless, an 87-year-old resident of Glenwood Gardens, Bakersfield, collapsed at the facility around 11 a.m. Tuesday, a staff member called 911 but refused to give the woman CPR, according to a recording of the call.
    In refusing the 911 dispatcher’s insistence that she perform CPR, the nurse can be heard telling the dispatcher that it was against the retirement facility’s policy to perform CPR.

    ***She should be charges with Murder under the good Samaritan law.

  569. Tulipomania says:

    Stop Brennan

    Rand looks to block Brennan from leading the CIA

    WASHINGTON — Rand Paul promised to try to block John Brennan’s confirmation as CIA director, either with a filibuster or by recruiting his friends on the Senate Intelligence Committee during an interview with WABC Radio’s Aaron Klein that will air on Sunday night.
    “I will do everything I can to stop him and I told him I will filibuster it,” Paul said. “Unfortunately I am not enough. You know, it takes 41. And we could not hold 41 together on the Hagel nomination. So my guess is I will not get 41.”
    Paul explained his strategy for blocking Brennan via the committee vote.
    “My best chance though is that I have allies in the Committee,” Paul said. “The Intelligence Committee is pretty powerful on these things. And the CIA realizes that and the president has to deal with the intelligence committee. If the Intelligence Committee will continue to object and ask my question, Brennan will not come forward. They have the power to hold his nomination. And right now, see he was supposed to be approved by the committee last Thursday and they moved it to this Tuesday. So that means that I have a very good chance the White House will be forced to respond.”
    Paul is demanding answers to his questions about drone strikes within U.S. territory, and predicted that the White House would provide them on Monday.
    “When John Brennan has been asked, he says that there are no geographical limitations to the use of drones strikes,” Paul said. “And so the follow up question is, obviously, does that mean even the U.S. border is not a geographical limitation?”
    “We have laws in the United States that say the CIA is not to operate in the United States and we restrict our own military from operating in the United States…And so I am very, very concerned about this,” Paul said. “I think I may get an answer. The rumor we are hearing back from the White House is on Monday we may get an answer. And the only answer that will satisfy me is, no, they wont break the law and that the drone strikes in the U.S. will break the law.”
    Paul voted for the confirmation of Chuck Hagel after voting to support a filibuster on him, and said last week that “the president gets to choose political appointees.”

  570. Bitterlaw says:

    Here is the titla:

    “Only God can make a tree . . . But I can make them interesting.”

  571. W. PA Observer says:

    Also it depends on O’s political capital- if he’s riding in the mid-40s or lower come midterms, then nationalizing the CD/ Senate races could seriously backfire on him. Fair chance for the GOP to get back a few seats it lost in Illinois/Cali in the Presidential year, maybe one or two in New England, the big eastern one in Arizona likely and maybe the Rio Grande district in Texas. One or two in Florida- etc. If the Dems are dumb enough to primary Barrow and McKintyre from the left, likely we’ll pocket those too. In short, we’ve a fair number of chances to get back to 242 seats or so.

  572. bio mom says:

    Listening on cspan to the Voting Rights Act arguments at SCOTUS. Roberts, Alito, Scalia, and Kenedy are very impressive. Breyer is also strong on the other side. Sontomayor is very, very weak. Kalgan also not too impressive.

  573. W. PA Observer says:

    588- If section 5 of the VRA goes down, I can’t even fathom the outcry on the left over that.

  574. Walt, HHR Senator, formerly known as Delegate says:

    HA!!

    Finished two more chapters of my book.

    One about the the telephone system in town and the two excentric old ladies who ran the swtchboard out of their home and what it was like having party lines instead of private phone lines.

    Might title this chapter “One Ringy Dingy”?
    **********************
    The other chapter is about an old barn (that had a Model T in it) and all the shennanigans that transpired there when we young tykes were playing in and around the barn (shooting pigeons with BB guns and selling them (for 5 or 10 cents a piece!!!) to a lady in town who made pigeon pot pie out of them, etc.

    Maybe call the second one “The Young and The Restless”, or “Have (BB) Gun, Will Make Pot Pie.”

  575. Bitterlaw says:

    Wow. I had no idea the Bible was so boring. Thanks, History Channel. I hope The Vikings had better writers.

  576. W. PA Observer says:

    http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2013/03/03/first-cure-hiv-child/1957943/

    I guess Mississippi was due for a good first – Univ. of Miss. appears to have found a child born HIV positive and who was apparently “cured” by treatment.

  577. Walt, HHR Senator, formerly known as Delegate says:

    Police Dog Accidentally Fires Gun During Search…

    Accident my foot.
    He was returning fire from the monkey firing the AK-47.

  578. MD (IP - Akin and Mourdock Will Win!) says:

    The reviews for the Vikings were much better Bitter. 5:30 am wakeup call. I must be insane.

  579. Brandon says:

    Whew! I was worried there for a second that the Sixers didn’t even know how to tank a season correctly.

  580. Brandon says:

    5:30 AM? That’s sleeping in for me.

  581. Walt, HHR Senator, formerly known as Delegate says:

    BTW,
    I am just kidding about the titles of the chapters.

    Still mulling over what to call them.

  582. MD (IP - Akin and Mourdock Will Win!) says:

    I generally get up around 6:30 am.

  583. Walt, HHR Senator, formerly known as Delegate says:

    I don’t have to get up anymore at 6:30 a.m.

    I go to the bathroom before I go to bed, so therefore I can sleep way past 6:30 a.m.

  584. Brandon says:

    Walt, I thought people your age have to go every hour?

  585. MD (IP - Akin and Mourdock Will Win!) says:

    I saw Argo last night. It was fantastic. I know it was “based” on a true story and not 100% what really happened. I still thought it was great. The biggest fiction was the very end with Carter. Talk about revisionist history. What a complete idiot.

  586. MD (IP - Akin and Mourdock Will Win!) says:

    Heh. I get up at least once a night myself.

  587. Tim says:

    Some of you people sleep until 6:30? You’re wasting the whole day!

  588. Tim says:

    #591:
    Yeah, it sux, so far……….

  589. Walt, HHR Senator, formerly known as Delegate says:

    Nah.

    My bladder goes to sleep when I do and is usually good for 8 hours.

    Now during the day, it is a diffent story and my bladder is an attention biayatch.

    Always telling me: “Come on, let’s go, let’s go!!!”

    Me: “What? AGAIN!”

  590. Tim says:

    Now, that burning bush thing is fairly impressive………….

  591. Walt, HHR Senator, formerly known as Delegate says:

    Tim,

    Some of us stay up to stand guard and are there to ensure the protection of those of you who are dead asleep.

    You are still alive, so apparently those of us on the night shift are doing a good job.

  592. SoHope says:

    I am mad because Dish Network jipped me out of the real History Channel. I have The History Channel but I guess what I really want is this H2 channel where they actually have the documentaries

  593. Walt, HHR Senator, formerly known as Delegate says:

    606.Now, that burning bush thing is fairly impressive…………

    So have the YoMama forces set GW Bush aflame now?

  594. SoHope says:

    And don’t get me started on the discovery channel

  595. Walt, HHR Senator, formerly known as Delegate says:

    600.Walt, I thought people your age have to go every hour?

    Some people my age re-program their commodes to play the song “I Need Thee Every Hour”.

    Not me. At least not during my sleep hours.

  596. Walt, HHR Senator, formerly known as Delegate says:

    Melee at Charleston WV hotel after West Liberty wins WVC title.

    http://www.wvgazette.com/News/201303030059?page=2&build=cache
    *********************
    The Hilltoppers’ win Saturday marked the team’s third straight title at the West Virginia Conference men’s basketball tournament at the Charleston Civic Center.

    West Liberty is ranked No. 1 nationally in NCAA Division II.

  597. W. PA Observer says:

    Wow- the aftermath of the sequester-doom has proven itself to be such a letdown it’s left posters describing the various levels of prostate problems they have.

  598. Walt, HHR Senator, formerly known as Delegate says:

    Like the words of that old hymn says:

    “Let Angels Prostate Fall”

  599. Bitterlaw says:

    Darn. I missed the HHR Prostate Hour.

  600. Bitterlaw says:

    I bought an exercise bike today. If I burn half as many calories riding it as I did putting it together, I will be healthy in no time.

  601. Bitterlaw says:

    Healthier. I will never be healthy.

  602. Michael says:

    Watching celebrity apprentice, I am rooting for Omarosa to win!!!

    She is awesome!!!

    She is an awesome because she b!tch slaps piers Morgan all day!!!

  603. Michael says:

    Bitter, I see you will try to get healthier. Good
    Luck!

    * I am already wagering $10 against bitter

  604. Bitterlaw says:

    Michael bets $10 that a person with diabetes for 30 years won’t improve his health. P*ssy. He should bet $100. There is no safer bet.

  605. Michael says:

    @i would bet $250 if you got rid of Jul or Bunu.

  606. Michael says:

    Hello???

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