Happy New Year!

A clean thread for the new year….

Posted by Dave at 10:13 am
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421 Responses to “Happy New Year!”

  1. MichiganGuy says:


  2. MichiganGuy says:

    MASH’s ‘Father Mulcahy’ Has Died at 84: Rep
    William Christopher’s son says actor died of non-small cell lung cancer at his Calif. home
    Loved that show.

  3. Bitterlaw says:

    So far, 2017 seems like 2016.

  4. NYCmike says:

    I wish I had Twitter, because the few tweets I saw about Mariah Carey’s performance were fantastic!

    Comedy gold!

  5. wvally says:

    I remember it like it was just yesterday

  6. Phil says:

    Happy New Year to all my Hedgehog pals!

  7. wvally says:

    Twitter’s crackin me up today

    Josh Earnst@NotJoshEarnest
    The President’s wish for 2017 is that everyone finds it in their heart to finally let him be clear.

  8. Bitterlaw says:

    Mariah Carey was awful. She looked very heavy (not helped by her almost non-existent clothes). She barely sang and told the audience to sing for her.

  9. Wes says:

    Bucs are doing everything possible to let the Panthers win.


  10. Bitterlaw says:

    Wes – Did you bet the game or just want the Panthers to have a better draft pick?

  11. Wes says:

    Neither, Bitter. I just don’t like the Panthers–largely because Cam Newton is an egotistical, overrated douchebag.

  12. Bitterlaw says:

    I’m stuck watching the Eagles-Cowboys. The game. means nothing. An Eagles win would only hurt them in the draft but beating Dallas always feels better than losing to Dallas.

  13. Bitterlaw says:

    The only things the Eagles need next season are an offensive line, wide receivers, 2 corners, and a running back. No problem.

  14. Mr.Vito says:

    How interesting… I heard this year they had Mariah Carey drop the ball in Times Square.

  15. GF says:

    16- I read that the DNC volunteered to help drop the ball; of course, they proved their adeptness in that throughout the past year, no?

    A happy New Year to all!

  16. jason says:

    ISIS has just claimed responsibility for Mariah Carey disaster.

  17. Wes says:

    Just as I suspected, veganism is deadly:

  18. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    18. “veganism is basically long term malnutrition for most.”

    “Vegan, a word for poor hunter”

  19. lisab says:

    “history does not make heroes, it is heroes that make history” taylor swift

  20. janz says:

    A new AP poll says that 55% of people think 2017 will be a better year – a 12 point upward swing from the public mood last year.

  21. Barrett says:

    Well I already failed in my resolution to hate LisaB less…she gets her inspiration from Taylor Swift. Better luck next year.

    Happy new year to the rest of you (including NYCMoron, but excluding the jew-hating bastard bunu).

  22. lisab says:

    it’s like feeding fish in a barrel, just too easy 🙂

  23. Cash Cow TM says:

    I thought the saying was:

    “easy as shooting fish in a barrel.”

    Of course, it is as fun as a barrel of monkeys.

    That is why they say
    “Roll out the barrel,
    We’ll have a barrel of fun.”

    and we all know a rolling barrel gathers no moss.

  24. Bitterlaw says:

    I like Taylor Swift. She is talented and gives money and time to charity work.

  25. Gil says:

    Happy New Years fellow Hedgehoggers. Who will Trump nominate for the Supreme Court vacancy?

  26. lisab says:

    I thought the saying was:

    “easy as shooting fish in a barrel.”

    what kind of nasty person would shoot fish in a barrel?

    nice people feed fish in a barrel, and then free them into the wild

  27. Wes says:

    Lisa’s obviously never heard of Ian Anderson.

  28. Bitterlaw says:

    Chip Kelly fired by 49ers. I think he will do well when he goes back to college.

  29. Bitterlaw says:

    Kelly gutted the Eagles by cutting or trading players for personal disputes.

  30. Wes says:

    When will the ‘9ers fire Colin Kaepernick?

    When will the NFL hire someone other than the bland, boring Carrie Underwood to perform the SNF theme song?

  31. Cash Cow TM says:

    A barrel of monkeys in the hand is worth two in the bush.

    A barrel of monkeys saved is a barrel of monkeys earned.

    I regret that I have but one barrel of monkeys to give to my country.

    Ask not what your barrel of monkeys can do for you, but what you can do for your barrel of monkeys.

    A man, a plan, a barrel of monkeys.

  32. NYCmike says:

    After what Walt has said about the monkeys, I thought he would go with this one:

    “Don’t fire until you see the whites of the monkeys eyes!”

  33. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    A quote: “Obama is spending a month building a thousand sand castles on a beach. A big wave called Trump will was them away in one fell swoop.”

    Putin’s response to Obama’s kicking out of Russian diplomats was classic; he invited the children of American diplomats to a Christmas party.

  34. PresidentPaul! says:

    Khabib Nurmagomedov vs Michael Johnson [FIGHT HIGHLIGHTS]

    The man who take down Connor finally?

    Ready for UFC Moscow

  35. Wes says:

    The 115th Congress takes office tomorrow. Despite expectations otherwise, Republicans will still control the Senate, though by a trimmed 52-46-2 margin.

    In the House, Charlie Crist will be serving thanks to the Democrat gerrymander of the state effected by the Florida Supreme Court. Meanwhile, in New Jersey, Scott Garrett, best known for his overt anti-gay bigotry, will be a private citizen while Democrat Josh Gottheimer will replace him.

    Let the circus begin.

  36. Wes says:

    This is the city Democrats rely on to win Illinois. Maybe Republicans should start highlighting that to the suburbanites in the state:

  37. Bitterlaw says:

    My office is closed and I did not go in to the office like I usually do. It just feels weird.

  38. NYCmike says:

    -Tina nailed it by nicknaming this guy McMuffin.

  39. NYCmike says:


    Glad I have the day off, although my wife just wants to stay around the house because she has been with my family too much the last 2 weeks. Maybe should have gone in and caught up on paperwork.

  40. NYCmike says:

    I am glad I never looked at voting for McMullin at all. He never had a chance to beat Hillary, so why bother……unless you just like to send messages……….

  41. NYCmike says:

    Need to write that again:

    “He never had a chance to beat Hillary, so why bother……unless you just like to send messages………”

  42. Wes says:

    42 and 43 come from the same guy who defended Aron Day’s specious reasoning for helping Maggie Hassan become Senator from New Hampshire.


  43. NYCmike says:

    -Walt, or anyone else,

    What can “Roger Ailes” be re-arranged to spell?


    *way down in July if you need help!

  44. Bitterlaw says:

    NYC – My office is so quiet and peaceful when it is closed. Today, I took down the tree and decorations. I get to mop the floor because my cat is angry about something and won’t use his box. I know I should not complain since I have freedom Walt can only dream about.

  45. NYCmike says:


    For a self-proclaimed intellectual, you really are limited.

    Primary challenger vs. an independent general election challenger.

    There is a difference. I trust you can figure it out by 2018.

    Maybe there is a license that can prove that you succeeded.

  46. NYCmike says:

    “NYC – My office is so quiet and peaceful when it is closed.”

    -I have been trying to figure out how to arrange a schedule where I work Tuesday-Saturday, and have Sunday Monday off, like I used to when I worked in restaurants.

    Unfortunately (that is not the right word, but you know what I mean), my son has scout stuff, and I need to be around on the weekend, so that will have to wait.

    But yes, nothing like a quiet office to be able to think and work without interruption.

  47. Wes says:

    Translation, Mike:

    You were really hoping Schumer would become Senate Majority Leader and so refuse to say maybe, Just maybe, Day shouldn’t have run against Ayotte and fatally split her vote.

    After all, Day ran because the GOP Congress…didn’t repeal or refund Obamacare when Obama was in office and would have vetoed any such bill, thus negating the effort entirely.

    All right. You Schumer supporters aren’t big fans of logic, I can see.

  48. Wes says:

    Defund, not refund.

  49. NYCmike says:

    The Dave Barry link is longgggggg. I did not realize he goes thru each month.

    BUT, it looks pretty good so far.

  50. NYCmike says:

    Ok, Wes, you got me.

    I wanted Schumer to be Majority Leader………(ok, honey, I won’t argue with him, YES, he might be as NVTS as he seems.)

  51. NYCmike says:

    On a different note, it was enjoyable to go with my wife yesterday to see her girlfriends and their husbands and kids. Several of the husbands happen to have the same political leaning as I do, and they had the same cheshire cat grins on their face most of the day.

    Not much needed to be said.

  52. NYCmike says:

    I will relay that one family lives in the Park Slope neighborhood of Brooklyn, where DeBlasio lives, and it is a very “progressive” part of Brooklyn.

    Funny thing though, most of the people moved in while Rudy G was mayor, or after, since before that it was just as dangerous as other parts of the city.

    Of course, they never would say anything nice about Rudy.

    Anyway, that guy said it was so quiet walking the kids to school the next day after Election Day, and meantime he was ready to burst with big smiles and congrats to anyone he saw. He held it in though, for his kids sakes.

  53. Wes says:

    Well, let’s see, Mike:

    Kelly Ayotte had a 100% anti-Obamacare voting record in the Senate. Electing Maggie Hassan would only help Schumer become Majority Leader. You defended Day’s run based on the faulty reasoning that the GOP Congress hadn’t ended Obamacare with well less than 2/3 of each chamber while facing the Democrat President whose name the law bears. You just can’t bring yourself to say Day is a Deadender moron who helped elect a moonbat who otherwise would have lost, making every excuse for refusing to say that.

    What else am I to conclude but that you’re a fan of your state’s senior Senator (whose participation in blocking attempts to defund, reform, or repeal Obamacare you also refuse to condemn)?

  54. NYCmike says:

    Whatever, Wes.

    Repeat Mourdock, misogyny, Ayotte, “Schumer fan” over and over if you like……or regale us with long paragraphs with big words (which I need to look up) about the roots of modern comic books like Archie and The Family Circus.

  55. NYCmike says:

    This one is for Corey, wherever the Russians have him imprisoned:


    … the presidential primary season takes center stage. On the Republican side, the big issue — as you would expect, given the stakes in this election — is Donald Trump’s hand size and whether it correlates with the size of his portfolio, which he claims is huge, although he is reluctant to show it to the non-supermodel public. The hand-size issue is raised by Marco Rubio, who scores in the early polls, then fades as voters realize that he is still in the early stages of puberty. Trump’s strongest rival is Ted Cruz, a veteran debater so knowledgeable and confident that Mahatma Gandhi would want to punch him in the face. Meanwhile Jeb Bush, who was considered the early favorite, fails to gain traction with the voters despite having by far the most comprehensive set of policy initiativezzz

    Sorry! We nodded off thinking about Jeb, as did the voters.

  56. Wes says:

    I think I hit a bullseye since the proverbial NYCMoron couldn’t even try to dream up an adequate response.

  57. Trump says:

    Ayotte should not have gone full #neverTrump. Never go full #neverTrump.

    Ron Johnson is one smart guy.

  58. NYCmike says:

    “Trump” still winning, Wes still voting “present”.

  59. Wes says:

    Kelly Ayotte ran 8,000+ votes ahead of Donald Trump. Her stance on him had nothing to do with her loss. It was entirely because in the race against the strongest opponent the Dems could muster, her vote split three ways. (Day and the Libertarian were in the race before Ayotte disavowed Trump following the “pussygate” video before you say they ran out of outrage regarding her refusal to back Trump.)

    As for the admonition to never go full NeverTrump, John McCain and Rob Portman had no problems at all winning reelection after disavowing Trump on numerous occasions.

  60. Wes says:

    Rob Portman-NeverTrump:

    58-37 in a state Trump won 51-43.

    John McCain-NeverTrump:

    53-41 in a state Trump won 49-45.

  61. jason says:

    McMullin is a good man. He is actually a conservative and a Republican.

    He lost coming in second in Utah by a few thousand votes, that would have been fun to see Hillary come in third.

    And NYC Mor….,huh, Mike, who LOVES deadenders that cannot win, is whining about McMullin?

    The chutzpah is astounding.

  62. Trump says:

    Trump was running for 270 ev’s, not for senator from Ohio or Arizona or New Hampshire.

    Morons can’t grasp that fact.

  63. Trump says:

    The fuc$ed up nevertrumpers are the saddest of the 2016 losers.

  64. jason says:

    NYCmike says:
    January 2, 2017 at 10:53 am

    Ok, Wes, you got me.

    I wanted Schumer to be Majority Leader”

    Zzzzzzz….. when NYCmike puts up his money where his mouth is and funds Schumer for decades and giver the Dem Senatorial Committee $216k like Trump did I will be believe him.

    Until then its just empty talk.

  65. Trump says:

    That dimwit senator from Arizona ran a national campaign, just like Trump.

    We all know how that turned out.

  66. Trump says:

    Has the 347-191 Cory the Canuck idiot shown up after nov 8?

  67. jason says:

    It seems like his constituents in AZ just re-elected him with a huge margin, running way ahead of Trump.

    Go whine to them.

  68. Trump says:

    Why would I whine about losers, pimp?

  69. Trump says:

    His constituents in the US rejected him handily, in case you forgot.

  70. jason says:

    The saddest loser here was Soccer Moron, who predicted Trump would destroy the GOP, which he declared to be his goal whether Trump won or lost.

    I hope Trump is a great President. I will certainly support him on everything I think he is doing right. And nobody is gladder than I am that Hillary is not President.

    And Soccer Moron, don’t forget to GFY.

  71. Trump says:

    Go f your mother, pimp.

    Trump is #notyourpresident.

  72. Trump says:

    Trump does not need support from pimp losers like you.

    He has proven that.

  73. jason says:

    Arizona 2016

    Trump 1,252,401 48.08%

    McCain 1,359,267 53.71%

    Soccer Moron is still whining about McCain….


  74. Trump says:

    The la raza pimp thinks Trump cares about his sad as$

  75. Trump says:

    McCain is arizona’s problem. Thank god.

  76. jason says:

    Soccer Moron never supported Trump, except to say he would be an agent to destroy the GOP. In fact, he said the GOP was so stupid it got conned by a liberal. He is on record as saying he could not care less if Trump won or lost as long as the GOP was decimated.

    He predicted the Senate was lost and the GOP would be lucky to hold the House

    The GOP is alive and well and all of a sudden Soccer moron is pretending to be a Trump supporter.

    What a lying sack of crap.

  77. Trump says:

    #nevertump 1000 times day.

    How’s that working for you, scum bag?

  78. Trump says:

    Go when to daffy. He is your president, motherf45ker

  79. Trump says:

    How’s daffy duck’s transition going, cave scum?

  80. Wes says:


    Trump loves his non sequiturs, doesn’t he?

    He warned about going full NeverTrump, the implication being one of inevitable defeat for doing so. When I pointed out two incumbent Senators who not only won but ran better than Trump in their states, Trump suddenly jumped to a discussion of the national race, something we weren’t even discussing.

    Can you say unhinged?

    Good. I knew you could.

  81. Trump says:


    The only race trump was interested in was the national race.

    Can’t fix stupid.

  82. Trump says:

    No wonder morons like you, who have not voted for president for a generation, get your ass-Es handed o you.

  83. Wes says:

    2008: an election at the end of a remarkably unpopular Republican President’s tenure headlined by the Democrats’ dream candidate against a septuagenarian.

    2016: an election at the end of a divisive Democrat president’s tenure featuring a corrupt, elitist First Lady against a reality star.

    Seems like a fair comparison–to a five-year-old maybe.

  84. Trump says:

    Losers like you make excuses.

    What lose do you have left.

  85. Trump says:

    Can you say president McCain?

  86. Wes says:

    I never said Trump was interested in any other race, dumbass.

    YOU said going NeverTrump was something politicians should never do.

    I gave you not one but two examples of politicians who not only survived but also thrived after going 100% NeverTrump.

    I do realize you’re too stupid to understand I was only making a counterpoint to your own vacuous argument and mentioned absolutely nothing about what race Trump was or wasn’t interested in.

  87. Trump says:

    Nitwit is having a fit.

    Not our president. As3hat.

  88. Trump says:

    Not your president. As3hat.

  89. Phil says:

    German minister says another eight to ten million refugees “on the way”

    Europeans are insane.

  90. Wes says:

    I didn’t vote for McCain or Trump. One won. The other lost.

    If you go into the archives, I predicted in March 2007 Republicans would lose in 2008 and in 2008 received the moniker “White Flag Wes” for consistently saying Obama would beat McCain.

    Good try though.

    How are Senator Strickland and Senate Majority Leader Schumer working out for you?

  91. Trump says:

    How is not McCain or not trump working up for you, dip-wad.

  92. Wes says:

    Well, let’s see…

    McCain lost, so I was right there.

    Trump won, so I was wrong there.

    It looks like about 50-50 for my prediction ratio.

    Not sure about the relevance of the question though.

  93. Bitterlaw says:

    Poster Trump is not a Trump supporter – just a hater of Republicans and conservatism.

    With the exception of Corey, none of the Never Trumpers wanted Hillary to win. They did nothing to stop her from winning, either. They did nothing to stop Trump in the General Election, either. I chose to try to stop her but I respected those who sat out the Presidential race.

  94. Bitterlaw says:

    #nevertump 1000 times day.

    This is how history becomes distorted. Jason never typed #nevertrump 1000 times per day. Maybe 700 times. MD handled the other 300.

  95. jason says:

    Bitter, I have told you ten billion times to stop exaggerating.

  96. jason says:

    Poster Trump is not a Trump supporter – just a hater of Republicans and conservatism.”


    He thought Trump would lose too, but his hope was the loss would destroy the GOP.

    That why he is unhinged, the election was a disaster for an idiot like him.

  97. Bitterlaw says:

    I told you to GFY a trillion times on this issue.

  98. Bitterlaw says:


  99. jason says:

    What happened to Soccer Moron’s prediction that Portman would get fewer “raw votes” than Trump in Ohio?

  100. jason says:

    I told you to GFY a trillion times on this issue”

    No, that was another issue.

  101. jason says:

    What lose do you have left.”

    I blame common core.

  102. Trump says:

    What happened to the Pimp’s prediction that Trump would lose?

    #NotYourPresident, fuc$tard.

  103. Trump says:

    Blame yourself, dips&hit

  104. Trump says:

    What a sad sack of losers.

    Spent 12 plus months chanting #nevertrump.

  105. Trump says:

    Reality is not your friend, as&wipe.

  106. Trump says:

    Where’s the third member of your loser group, MD? Still hiding in his wife’s pu$&y?

  107. Trump says:

    “Happy New Year to all, including to my many enemies and those who have fought me and lost so badly they just don’t know what to do. Love!”

    Troll level Grand Master.

  108. jason says:

    With the exception of Corey, none of the Never Trumpers wanted Hillary to win.”

    Actually, once you wanted Hillary to win, I don’t think you were a NeverTrumper.

    I think 90% of NeverTrumpers are glad Hillary is not President and wish Trump well.

    In my new role as a conservative leaning Independent, I have an open mind about Trump and am willing to give him a chance. I will certainly oppose those who are trying to delegitimize him before he even takes office.

    I give his cabinet picks so far a B+. His support for Israel is encouraging. I have no problem with him backtracking somewhat on Obamacare and immigration, it shows some pragmatism. I hope he develops a more realistic approach to trade too. And I hope he sh-tcans every illegal Obama executive order the first day in office.

  109. jason says:

    What happened to the Pimp’s prediction that Trump would lose?”

    Actually, I gave him a better chance than many here who supported him.

    I gave him 263 EV’s including FL, OH, NC and IA.

    And I said if he was within 2% of the popular vote he could well win.

    And don’t forget, you spent months here predicting he would lose too and take the entire GOP down with him.

    GFY again. And again.

  110. Wes says:

    Far be it from me to intrude on your delusional rant, Trump, but all NeverTrumpers on HHR other than Corey and CCCP have accepted the fact that Trump won in a spirit of philosophy. Both Jason and I have expressed hope Trump will succeed as President.

    I would postulate reality is not your friend since virtually all of your predictions last year were laughably wrong.

    Trump won. Fair enough. I’ve been on record saying I hope he can not only hold his 2016 base of support but expand on it by being a worthwhile steward of the presidency. If so, then he’ll be worthy of earning additional votes, including mine, in 2020. If not, then he’ll earn defeat that year.

    You gloat over the fact that our predictions were wrong but fail to highlight your own predictive failures and lash out like a preteen throwing a tantrum whenever confronted about it.

    That makes you more of a joke than anything else.

  111. jason says:

    What happened to Soccer Moron’s prediction that Portman would get fewer “raw votes” than Trump in Ohio?”

    If we want to talk about reality….

  112. Wes says:

    As I recall, Jason, DW, and I predicted Trump would keep it close precisely because of Hillary’s truckloads of baggage while Corey, Robbie, MD, and CCCP were deadset on his losing by a ridiculously large margin Hillary never had any hope of achieving.

  113. jason says:

    What happened to Soccer Moron’s prediction that Trump would lose and take the Senate with him, and maybe the House too?

    If we want to talk about reality…..

  114. Wes says:

    The more outlandish prediction of his was that Strickland would beat Trump. Right. A 75-year-old identified with a weak economy in the state and having no realistic opening against a popular incumbent was going to win.

    Portman just squeaked by with a measly 21-point margin of victory.

  115. jason says:

    Soccer Moron is trying to re-write history.

    He laughed at what he called a liberal Democrat winning the GOP primary. He predicted a complete wipe-out of the GOP at all levels.

    Now he wants to pretend he was a Trump supporter when actually he just hoped Trump would destroy the GOP (not an outlandish idea, I thought that might happen too).

  116. Bitterlaw says:

    Corey was absolutely a Never Trumper. He may have been the first at HHR.

  117. jason says:

    He also predicted the polls on gay marriage were wrong and that gay marriage would be reversed.

  118. Wes says:

    Ask Scott Garrett if the polls on gay marriage were wrong.

  119. jason says:

    Nah, he forfeited his NeverTrumper status by declaring he wanted Hillary to win.

    So did Greymarch and Diogenes. And of course Author, but Author forfeited everything he ever defended here, his status was akin to Kommie Kory, Tim, ProudObamaCON, Big Joe, etc.

  120. Wes says:

    At least Author voted for Rubio. If voters have to split ballots, I prefer they do it between a Democrat presidential candidate and Republicans running downballot.

    That’s the only way to keep the country from going full moonbat.

  121. jason says:

    The following senate candidates did not support/voiced strong reservations about Trump but did better than he did in their respective states.


    The following senate candidates did not support/voiced strong reservations about Trump and did worse than Trump in their respective states.

    Murkowski (three way race)

  122. NYCmike says:

    That might be the last Straw…..

  123. NYCmike says:

    So, did anyone work on “Roger Ailes”?

  124. NYCmike says:

    Other than Meghan Kelly.

  125. jason says:

    I saw NYC’s favorite deadender, Joe Miller, came in second in AK with 29%. The Dem came in fourth with 11%, lol.

    And btw, Joe Miller, who NYC was so angry about when it was suggested he was a fake Republican, ran as guess what, a Libertarian.

  126. Wes says:

    Jealous Megyn Kelly didn’t make you a recipient of her oral favors, Mike?

  127. Wes says:

    Has Miller ever conceded the 2010 Senate race? He’s a worse sore loser than Al Gore and probably just as bad as Chris McDaniel.

  128. Wes says:

    I still remember when Howard Corruption Dean told me Lisa Murkowski was at fault for Joe Miller’s 2010 loss. That’s right.

    Howie said the winner was responsible for the loser’s loss. What great insight.

  129. jason says:

    I see the woman who came in third behind Joe Miller is a flaming liberal.

  130. jason says:

    And the Dem candidate said he would adopt the Bernie Sanders/Elizabeth Warren agenda.

    The two liberals got about 23%.

  131. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    28. “what kind of nasty person would shoot fish in a barrel? nice people feed fish in a barrel, and then free them into the wild”

    Where they then will go out and eat other fish, who were minding their own business until your nice people doomed them. Have you no shame.

  132. Wes says:

    Penn State needs to step up its game in the Rose Bowl.

  133. Wes says:

    No sooner do I say that than PSU scores. Mike goes to PSU, correct?

  134. jason says:

    nice people feed fish in a barrel, and then free them into the wild”

    Yeah, bleeding hearts will release trout into the ocean and tuna into lakes.

  135. Wes says:

    USC now scores. PSU needs to wake its defense up.

  136. Wes says:

    We have ourselves a ball game. PSU forced USC to take a three-and-out and then scored a touchdown to take the lead 28-27.

  137. NYCmike says:

    “Jealous Megyn Kelly didn’t make you a recipient of her oral favors, Mike?”

    -First Rousey, now Kelly. One is good to “bang”, the other is for “oral favors”.

    And Dick Mourdock is the misogynist./

    Wes is lucky he never met my sisters or my wife and/or her friends in his travels. They would have seen through his B.S. from a mile away.

  138. NYCmike says:

    “And btw, Joe Miller, who NYC was so angry about when it was suggested he was a fake Republican, ran as guess what, a Libertarian.”

    -I guess 6-1/2 years after the initial speculation it still counts.

    Nice call, jason. +1 for you.

  139. NYCmike says:

    I do have to ask jason and Wes, who would be better for the long-term fiscal health of this nation, Joe Miller or Murkowski?

  140. NYCmike says:

    “Roger Ailes”

    I Ogle Rears

  141. jason says:

    Joe Miller is a deadender moron, I don’t see him as better on anything. Also dumber than a doorknob.

    And its funny NYC is worried about “long term fiscal health” but has no problem with Trump saying you can just print money for deficit spending.
    He also has no problem with Trump saying he was “the king of debt”.

  142. NYCmike says:

    -Stick these rules up Schumers arse and tell him to take a hike.

    Confirm them as quickly as the Dems did for Obama. And make sure to highlight the fact that Schumer has no power over the whole process. Stick his nose in it like Trump would, because Schumer will do the same if he gets the chance, no matter how well you treat him.

  143. NYCmike says:

    jason will just repeat made-up stuff over and over. Gotta love this place!

  144. NYCmike says:

    I will have trouble with Trump when he actually does something.

    January 20th will be here in due time.

    That Chilean calendar must be on a different schedule.

  145. NYCmike says:

    Trump and the printing press…..
    Hillary and the printing press…..

    Exactly. jason chose to vote “present”, just like Wes.

    Just like Obama in the Illinois state-house.

  146. NYCmike says:

    Peas in a pod…….

  147. NYCmike says:


  148. Wes says:

    Mike supported George W. Bush but claims to be concerned about the country’s longterm fiscal health.

    Talk about hypocrisy.

    Mike also voted for a guy who openly claimed to like to grab women by the pussygate but calls me a misogynist.

    Consistency isn’t your strong point, is it, Mike?

  149. Wes says:

    Boy, did Autocorrect make that last post of mine hilarious.

  150. NYCmike says:

    George W Bush vs Al Gore – Who would have spent more?

    Thanks, that question is answered for Wes.

    Simple concepts seem to be tough for him.

  151. NYCmike says:

    Out of Trump and Hillary, I think I went with the person who would be least likely to put another woman in a compromising position against her will.

  152. NYCmike says:

    jason also mentioned my criticism of McMuffin earlier, while making no mention about why I criticized him……is he still auditioning for the NY Times gig?

  153. NYCmike says:

    Has Trump used the “The Office of the President-Elect” podium like Obama used?

  154. NYCmike says:

    Hannity interviews Assange……who to believe…..?

  155. Trump says:

    Wes moron never votes, yet spouts crap about elections.

    Nobody can top his stupidity. Except perhaps the pump and his Daffy Duck.

  156. NYCmike says:

    -Every time I think I want to pay for tickets to see him in concert, he opens his mouth and speaks, instead of singing.

    I’ll buy more Berkshire stock.

  157. Trump says:

    The pimp and the Daffy Duck.

  158. NYCmike says:

    Wes is a NC specialist, except from 7:30-8:30 PM….

  159. Trump says:

    #nevertrump as&wipes.

  160. NYCmike says:


  161. Bitterlaw says:

    I ignore entertainers’ politics. My wife loves Springsteen’s music and ignores his statements on issues.

  162. Bitterlaw says:

    USC in a game where nobody played defense until they did.

  163. wvally says:

    Ann can crack a good joke.

    Obama continues to tie up Trump with new laws and regulations using his phone and his pen. The good news Trump has Twitter and an eraser.

  164. Cash Cow TM says:

    “In other political news, President Barack Obama nominates Merrick Garland to replace Antonin Scalia on the Supreme Court. Republican leaders are quick to note that, while Garland appears to be qualified, his name is an anagram for “Rancid Lark Germ.”
    Dave Berry discovers that the letters in “Merrick Garland” can be rearranged to also spell
    “Rancid Lark Germ”

    Thanks for the link, NYC Mike.

    Read more here:

  165. wvally says:

    This is the longest text I’ve ever seen on top of Drudge:

    HANNITY: Can you say to the American people, unequivocally, that you did not get this information about the DNC, John Podesta’s emails, can you tell the American people 1,000 percent that you did not get it from Russia or anybody associated with Russia?

    ASSANGE: Yes. We can say, we have said, repeatedly that over the last two months that our source is not the Russian government and it is not a state party… Obama is trying to say that President-elect Trump is not a legitimate President…. Developing…

  166. jason says:

    I will have trouble with Trump when he actually does something.”


  167. jason says:

    ason also mentioned my criticism of McMuffin earlier, while making no mention about why I criticized him”


  168. jason says:

    NYC is waging war against himself again.

    Who will win?

  169. jason says:

    Assange is not our friend.

    I wouldn’t believe anything he said whether he said it was the Russian or it wasn’t.

    The fact is the Podesta hack was one of the most common hacks there are, nothing sophisticated about it.

    Someone sent him a message saying his account was compromised, it looked authentic and he changed the password on the form they provided. They then downloaded all his emails.

    No Russians were needed.

  170. wvally says:

    CNN uses screenshot from word puzzle in ‘Fallout 4’ video game to show how Russians hack things

  171. Walt says:

    Been busy today.

    Spent hours in the garage.

    –moving 500 pounds of rocks.
    –finding out my wife did not like how I was doing things.
    –ordered to go buy 6x4x2 ft shelving and erect same
    –move 500 pounds of rocks so I can erect shelving.
    –move 500 pounds of rocks onto lower 2 shelves of new shelving.
    –stack boxes of Christmas decorations wife took down today on top two shelves of new shelving.
    –take down christmas tree and box the mf up.
    –drag same to garage and successfully figure how to by myself get the big arsed mf up to occupy the 6th and 7th foot area of the new shelving without having a heart attack or hernia.
    –climb over and under huge piles of crap to remove stuff stacked 8 feet high on two existing 3’x2’x18″ existing shelving units
    –place these two sets of metal shelving one atop the other and repair and secure same
    –clear out one area for a new 6x3x2 ft. shelf to be purchased, erected and filled with boxes of stuff tomorrow.

    No help due to, as usual, Cash Cow nowhere to be found during the entire day.

  172. Bitterlaw says:

    I would care more about the hacking if there was proof the e-mails were fake. Nobody has denied they were real.

  173. wvally says:

    Scarborough had dinner w Trump and apparently the media is freaking out on him. I wouldn’t know bc I’ve been taking a tv news break. I’m just exhausted from it all at this point.

  174. jason says:

    Shocking. I am sure these same MSM people would be very upset if any of them had dinner with Obama.

  175. jason says:

    Scarborough (fake Republican) having dinner with Obama: OMG.

    Donna Brazile, CNN, passes on debate questions to Hillary: zzzzzzzz

  176. jason says:

    “Hacked emails reveal that Thrush has apologized to campaign chairman John Podesta for writing a “shi-ty” story that embarrassed the operation. In another email, Thrush called himself a “hack” and promised to let Podesta approve parts of his story on the campaign’s fundraising efforts.

    “No worries Because I have become a hack I will send u the whole section that pertains to u,” he wrote. “Please don’t share or tell anyone I did this Tell me if I f-cked up anything.”

    This did not upset anyone.

  177. jason says:

    Seems like things are back to normal and Walt is working like a dog and following orders again.

  178. Cash Cow TM says:

    Evidence of MOO-F-Os!

    Since the 1960s unexplained cow mutilations have been reported in every state in the U.S. except WV, GA, ME and one or two others. PLUS in at least 6 Canadian provinces.

    Many say that ALIENS from other planets are responsible for the surgically precise remove of cow eyes, tongues, and organs.

    The B@st@rds!

    NOW you may understand why I choose to hang out with Walt here in WV. Authorities think UFOs do not land here due to lack of flat places to land.

  179. marc says:

    Tomorrow is the opening day of the 115th Congress, expect a busy week of nomination hearings and creating legislation to be on President Donald J. Trump desk on Jan. 20 at noon.

  180. marc says:

    My focus for the first 100 days will be on Immigration and judicial nominations mainly the Supreme court pick and hearings. A new Justice should be sworn in by the end of April.

  181. Cash Cow TM says:

    Yo, hacked real emails

    Make Hillary see a doc
    Lame HRC lied easy. A-OK!

  182. Bitterlaw says:

    Holidays are over. Back to your regular lives, bitches.

  183. Wes says:

    Trump dumbass knows nothing about his home state and is too stupid to realize not voting for two presidential candidates does not equate to never voting.

    He’s right. No one can fix his stupidity.

  184. jason says:

    Many say that ALIENS from other planets are responsible for the surgically precise remove of cow eyes, tongues, and organs.’

    I think those are called meat packing facilities.

  185. Trump says:

    Wes dic$kwadvis still hurting.

    #not your president, as&wipes.

  186. Trump says:

    You and the BLM crowd. Peas in a pod.

    Both hurting like a thrashed donkey.

  187. jason says:

    wes, you have to understand Soccer Moron is devastated none of his predictions came through. Not only did Trump win, the GOP kept the House, the Senate and gained statehouses and legislatures all over the country.

    No wonder the poor bastard is distraught.

    I would personally give him a break if that is the kind of thing A-holes did.

  188. Trump says:

    Ha ha ,

    The la raza pimp is piping up.

    Never trump, as$hole.

  189. Trump says:

    And Gf by our mom, pimp.

  190. Trump says:

    Stupidity, thy name is nevertrump kooks like Wes and the la raza pimp.

  191. Trump says:

    At least the prick MD has the self-awareness to go hide behind his wife’s skirts.

  192. Bitterlaw says:

    I would personally give him a break if that is the kind of thing A-holes did.

    It’s not. Ride the Wheel of Sorrows.

  193. jason says:

    Holidays are over. Back to your regular lives, bitches.”

    Sniff, Bitter really likes to rub it in that he has a life.

  194. Wes says:

    Trump is not my President? When did I say that?

    Also, what am I hurting about?

    You’re too stupid to comprehend basic English, but I’ve repeatedly said I’m not at all upset Trump lost.

    How are Senator Strickland and Senate Majority Leader Schumer working out for you.?

  195. Bitterlaw says:

    My life is not as exciting as the barn raisings that jason attends.

  196. jason says:

    So Soccer Moron, what happened to your prediction that the GOP was going to be destroyed?

    What happened to your prediction that Trump would take down the Senate and the House?

    What happened to your prediction Trump would have more votes than Portman?

    Look, maybe you will have better luck in 2018, don’t give up. Hope springs eternal.

  197. jason says:

    How are Senator Strickland and Senate Majority Leader Schumer working out for you.?”

    And your Speaker Pelosi, how is that working out for you?

  198. jason says:

    Barn raisings are not that exciting…

    Well, there is the part you get served shoo-fly pie and cider by women with 15 layers of clothing.

  199. Tina says:

    Any evidence provided of the russian gubment hacking aka pooty poot?

    Can we expel chinese diplomats too? They hacked imto the opm site and obtained information on federal workforce.

  200. jason says:

    I was upset Trump won the primaries, that is for sure.

    But upset he beat Hillary? Nahhh…….. I bet you can’t find one post where I ever said that.

    Meanwhile, Soccer Moron, who NEVER supported Trump except as what he saw as an agent to destroy the GOP, got flattened by a semi….

  201. jason says:

    Any evidence provided of the russian gubment hacking aka pooty poot?”

    Yes. One of the hackers has a great uncle named Boris.

  202. Tina says:

    Belated Happy New Year.

    I spent too much time eating brazilian food and drimking limoncellos.

  203. jason says:

    Trump says:
    January 3, 2017 at 8:39 am

    And Gf by our mom, pimp.”

    Soccer Moron thinks we have the same mom?

    I bet he is looking for his father too.

  204. wvally says:

    Yo, hacked real emails

    Make Hillary see a doc
    Lame HRC lied easy. A-OK!


    That was a good one, Cash Cow

  205. jason says:

    What kind of Brazilian food?

    I love those all you can eat places where they bring the meats out on spits and carve it on your plate.

  206. wvally says:


    No one on HHR is hurting. If anything its a kumbaya party around here.

    The only thing being argued about is ancient history: GW freaking B and some forgettable senatorial candidates.

  207. Tina says:

    Yes, all you can eat, bbq, rodizio.

  208. jason says:

    I ate and drank too much over the Holidays.

    But I eat and drink too much all the other days too.

    Lunch is chicken pot pie, some leftover brisket, and some leftover peach cobbler and a couple glasses of wine to wash it down. I am looking forward to it, breakfast was hours ago.

  209. jason says:

    No one on HHR is hurting.”

    Well, when you have an ambitious goal like destroying the GOP and it doesn’t happen, you can see why Soccer Moron can’t even remember who is mother is.

  210. jason says:

    My cholesterol is like 320, most of it bad.

    I hope you guys miss me when I have the big one.

    Yeah, I know, I sound like Bitter.

  211. Bitterlaw says:

    I hope you guys miss me when I have the big one.

    If any A-hole can handle the big one, it is jason.

  212. jason says:

    When one A-hole backs up another, its a beautiful thing.

    Yeah, I know, now I sound like Trump.

  213. BayernFan says:

    217 Gayest post of the year

  214. Trump says:

    Only the la raza will miss you, pimp.

    Go f your mother.

    Meanwhile, in the real world,

    “Ford cancels plans to build plant in Mexico, CEO Mark Fields tells CNN’s Poppy Harlow”

    And trump is not even president yet.

    #not your president, motherfuc$&rs.

  215. NYCmike says:

    -She is good! Love it when facts jump up and smash Democrats, oops, I mean reporters/commentators, right in the kisser!

  216. NYCmike says:

    What’s with all the mother-f*ck*ng going on around here?

    “Trump”, should we call you Oedipus?

  217. NYCmike says:

    Drop the deuces!


  218. janz says:

    Dems are now using the line of “checks and balances” on the executive branch in the upcoming confirmation hearings. My, how attitudes and adherence to constitutional tenets change as another political party is about to enter the WH!

  219. NYCmike says:

    -MD, Corey, et al, I guess, would rather have Hillary continuing Obama’s policies instead of Trump/Pence putting a stop to it.

    Or maybe they think an 11 year old video of a person saying “Grab them by the p*ssy!” is worse for the nation.

  220. Mr.Vito says:

    “Go f your mother.”

    If your mother is his mother. What are we to make of this?

  221. Wes says:

    Soccer Guru is one confused sonofabitch, Vito.

  222. DW says:

    MSNBC at 10:10 pm, long after Trump had taken big leads in FL, NC and OH, and was leading in MI and VA had not yet been called, Chris Matthews pushes the idea that there is no indication as to what will happen, no key states have been called, and then says “I hope there is clarity, I hope there is a concession speech by the loser. I hope the American people go to bed and say at least we have an electoral system that works that is clean is trustable is not rigged and in the end we had an exciting race which surprising…as disturbing as it was at least we had a conclusion.”


  223. janz says:

    The collusion between the Dems and media was stunning, as illustrated by some of the stupidity uttered on election night. Unfortunately, I don’t think it will end there, but will only get more tortured as the new Congress and executive leadership gets rolling.

  224. DW says:

    229 – as late as 10:30 pm, the MSNBC people, while acknowledging it was close, still kept living in denial and were hoping and believing Hillary would win. They admitted it wasn’t going to be a Clinton blowout, but finally at 10:30, for the first time they admitted Trump had more than one path to get there.

    Other networks were by this point well aware it was over.

    The campaigns knew it was over by 8:30 pm when they saw rural returns in FL which confirmed the rural margins they saw in IN and KY. It told them OH and IA were in the bag, and they already knew NC looked solid. And they knew their strong showing in IA gave them a decent shot at MI and WI.

  225. Mr.Vito says:

    Megan Kelly to NBC.

    This according to NYT so we’ll have to wait to see if it’s fake news.

  226. Trump says:

    “Republicans pull plan to gut ethics panel after Trump tweet”

    Do the republicans have any backbone?

  227. NYCmike says:

    #232 – que?

  228. Trump says:

    “Trump Effect: Ford hits brakes on $1.6B Mexico plant, set to invest in Michigan after Trump criticism”

    Does Ford have any backbone?

  229. Trump says:

    With a tweet!!!!

    Even before he takes office.

    My god, stop…it burns!

  230. NYCmike says:

    -Tucker Carlson has been doing good work on Fox.

  231. janz says:

    Good bye Megyn Kelly. I can’t say I will miss her. As for me, Tucker Carlson is far better

  232. janz says:

    Kelly seemed to grow a larger than life ego once she went prime time, and, for some reason, after she cut her hair. Just like her looks became more severe, so did her attitude seem to take on an edginess.

  233. janz says:

    BTW, FOX just announced Kelly is movingg over to NBC.

  234. NYCmike says:

    jason says:
    January 2, 2017 at 9:54 pm

    NYC is waging war against himself again.

    Who will win?

    -It looks like someone ACTUALLY read the link I posted about McMuffin, as opposed to jason, who simply reacted to it.

    Different year, same M.O., I guess. You would think the last year would have taught jason something.

    Well, at least he is tougher than MD and Corey.

  235. NYCmike says:

    Can’t say I care too much about Kelly. Thought her show, the few times I watched it, was slow and uninspired.

  236. Bitterlaw says:

    Good luck to Kelly. She owes nothing to anybody but herself. I rarely watched her but that is because I don’t watch any of the news networks (Fox, CNN, or MSNNC) unless there is a big news story (like a terrorist attack) of an election night.

  237. Walt says:

    The mf-ing garage work continues…

    Second new shelving unit built and filled…

    Need to take trip to landfill…

  238. BayernFan says:

    New sheriff in town. I like this.

  239. jason says:

    The silence is deafening….

    So Soccer Moron, what happened to your prediction that the GOP was going to be destroyed?

    What happened to your prediction that Trump would take down the Senate and the House?

    What happened to your prediction Trump would have more votes than Portman?

  240. Tina says:

    Bor contract is also up. Faux wants to become cnn lite. I bet pawn hannity leaves next.

  241. NYCmike says:

    If BOR or Hannity moves to a more-“mainstream” channel, that WOULD be interesting.

  242. Trump says:

    Not your president, pimp.

    Go f your mother. Again.

  243. Trump says:

    Go type never trump 1000 times a day, as$wipe.


    Saddest bunch of losers, in the history of US politics

  244. Trump says:

    Take your cue from the despicable MD and hide behind your wife’s pants.

  245. wvally says:

    where else do you troll T?

  246. Bitterlaw says:

    Trump is an interesting poster:

    1. He never supported Trump except as a way to destroy the GOP. Now he pretends that he wanted Trump to win.

    2. He claims that we don’t view President-elect Trump as the legitimate winner of the election but nobody has ever posted that here.

  247. NYCmike says:

    I think “Trump” is short-circuiting.

  248. wvally says:

    James Taranto has been promoted to editorial features editor of The Wall Street Journal, in charge of the op-ed pages of the newspaper and its digital counterparts.

    He published his final column and “Best of the Web” today. It’s mostly on why the media sucks, w his usual funny headlines at the end.


    “Investigation of Cow Release in Clinton Continues”—headline, Morning Sentinel (Waterville, Maine), Dec. 16


  249. AlbertHodges says:

    Kelly gone from FOX.

    Jobs staying in the US.

    Most control of the federal government by the GOP since the 1920’s.

    Biggest GOP EV win in 28 years.

    Easily the best cabinet choices ever.


    Make. America. Great. Again!

  250. jason says:

    Saddest bunch of losers, in the history of US politics”

    Soccer Moron describes himself.

    All his predictions failed. So sad.

  251. jason says:

    where else do you troll T?”

    You wouldn’t want to know.

  252. Cash Cow TM says:

    Walt says, (and I quote):

    “Holy crap….

    Reading…watching job related videos…taking 4 of 15 quizzes online this evening.

    Too tired to do any more of them tonight.

    And one of the few questions I got wrong–my answer is absolutely right and theirs is FOS and flat out wrong.

    Plus I found various spelling mistakes in the 40 pounds of reading I have been pouring through.

  253. Cash Cow TM says:

    BTW, Anyone seen or heard anything of Charles?

  254. Cash Cow TM says:

    The garage looks nice.

    I can actually turn around in it now.

    Thanks, Walt!

  255. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    A shocking story of scandal from the Onion:

    “WASHINGTON—Dealing in millions of paper bills and electronic payments every year, often in plain sight, thousands of U.S. businesses that provide clothing, food services, home goods, and more are actually operating as elaborate moneymaking fronts, federal prosecutors discovered this week. “Though appearing from the exterior to be legitimate operations, thousands of businesses in local communities across the nation are actually covering for organized rings of moneymakers whose whole purpose is to earn profits,” U.S. Attorney Office spokesman Martin Langler said following the successful raid of a front organization in Virginia, a so-called quality home furnishings outlet that was found to have thousands of dollars of paper bills in registers throughout the store as well as a large supply of cash procured through the storefront and then deposited into a private bank account. “These are major moneymaking schemes involving multiple employees who are taking money from sold goods and services and then counting them as profits for the store. Even a place as innocent as a restaurant, for example, can be operating as an intricate front in which food is exchanged for money, with the owners and staff of this establishment receiving a cut of the earnings for themselves. This is happening all over America.” Langler went on to confirm that a special prosecutor is currently investigating reports that the federal government may itself be receiving a cut of the profits from these businesses via taxes.”

  256. Cash Cow TM says:

    2nd sentence in the post just above has 91 words in it!

    Somebody needs to diagram that mammy jammy!

  257. Cash Cow TM says:

    a shocking story

    O, sky choir stank
    history cog sank

  258. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    268. “2nd sentence in the post just above has 91 words in it!”

    It was by a federal bureaucrat; so maybe he was just paraphrasing what he actually said.

  259. jason says:


  260. lisabee says:

    That is why there is no free housing, clothing, transportation, schooling, food, phones, vacations and all the other basic necessities that should be free.

    People are taking the government money and doing things with it themselves.

    I hope they all go to jail.

  261. Bitterlaw says:

    Good morning. GFY.

  262. jason says:

    Looks like this is tbe place for Cash Cow to retire safely…

    “Punjab is one of the first states in the country to enact a law for cow protection, making the offence punishable with imprisonment up to 10 years. Even a person connected in any way with the sale of a cow, purportedly for slaughter, will also be liable for penal action and imprisonment as per the provisions of the Act.

    Talking to DH, Punjab BJP secretary and assistant media adviser to the Punjab government Vineet Joshi said such incidents tend to disrupt the fabric of the society and need to be dealt with an iron hand, especially when elections are round the corner.

    Poll-bound Punjab earlier had plans to set up a cow memorial, which was seen as a monument of sorts to remind everyone of the state’s resolve to protect the cow.”

  263. jason says:

    Bitter seems to have woken up in a bad mood. GFY.

  264. jason says:

    Where is Soccer Moron.

    I want him to tell us again how he was actually a Trump supporter so I can LMAO and at the same time put Bitter in a better mood.

  265. jason says:

    I am actually worried about Soccer Moron. Remember how for months he had a puking/vomiting/body function obsession?

    Now it has evolved into a an Oedipus Complex/incest obsession.

    The shock of the GOP winning across the board must have sent him over the edge.

  266. Trump says:

    The la raza pimp is up.

    Type nevertrump 1000 times a day, bit&h.

    How’s president Daffy Duck, as$wipe?

    A grown man voting for Daffy Duck. Talk about retard.

  267. Trump says:

    Make sure your mom ties your shoelaces, pimp.

  268. jason says:

    Amos Stoltzfuss puts in a 6 hour workday before lunch. And lunch is like at 10 AM.

  269. jason says:

    Here is Soccer Moron.

    Tell us again how you were a Trump supporter, its endless entertainment.

  270. jason says:

    I have maxed out the points on the La Raza Pimp meme.

    Do you have any new material?

    Even a moron like you should be able to think of something new once a year.

  271. jason says:

    How did “the only thing I care about is that Trump will destroy the GOP” work out for you, moron?

  272. Trump says:

    Keeping it simple for the retard pimp.

  273. Trump says:

    How’s Daffy Duck for president, retard pimp?

    Go f your mom again.

  274. Trump says:

    Nevertrump. 1000 times a day.

    Get to it, as$wipe.

  275. jason says:

    How did “the GOP is so stupid they voted for a liberal Democrat” work out for you, moron?

    How did “the Senate is gone, the fight is for the House work out for you, moron?

    How did Portman will have fewer raw votes than Trump work out for you, moron?

    This is fun, although its probably mean to pick on the biggest loser.

  276. Trump says:

    Just remember, Daffy Duck is your president, not Trump.


  277. Trump says:

    I know retards have low fun quotient. Sad.

  278. jason says:

    I thought Trump might drag down the GOP to disaster, I was wrong.

    Soccer Moron’s only goal was for Trump to drag down the GOP to disaster, it didn’t happen.

    So tell us again how you “won”?

  279. jason says:

    So how did your predictions work out for you, moron?

  280. jason says:

    “Retard” is weak.

    I already maxed out on “South American retard” too.

    Come on, think, let’s hear some new material.

  281. jason says:

    I never thought Daffy Duck would win.

    You thought Trump would destroy the GOP.

    Look, why don’t you come back in 2018 with some new predictions, you never know, you might hit the jackpot.

  282. Trump says:

    Retard is appropriate for pimps like you. Still gives you room to go lower, sh$tbrain.

  283. Trump says:

    Make sure your mom ties your shoelaces tight. Around your brain.

  284. Trump says:

    Grown up voting for Daffy Duck.

    There’s no lower retard than that.

  285. wvally says:

    jason didn’t vote for Daffy

  286. Mr.Vito says:

    “Make sure your mom ties your shoelaces tight. Around your brain.”


  287. Scooterboy says:

    Hope all my fellow Hedgehoggers have a happy, healthy, 2017. See ya around.

  288. Wes says:

    NYCMike’s favorite Senator, Chuck Schumer has announced the Dems’ intention to prevent Donald Trump from appointing a replacement for Antonin Scalia.

    Mike claims to be a Trump supporter but fully supports wingnut Indies for pretending congressional Republicans never even tried to do anything about Obama and running for Senate to elect moonbats and help Schumer become Majority Leader.

    As Jason points out, Mike is often at war with himself.

  289. Bitterlaw says:

    Get back here, Scooter.

  290. Barrett says:

    Trump says:
    January 4, 2017 at 8:50 am
    How’s Daffy Duck for president, retard pimp?

    Go f your mom again.

    #287 – I don’t know if you are just being childish, or you are endorsing Trump’s idea of having incestuous relationships with family members.

  291. jason says:


    That’s the new material?


  292. jason says:

    Scooter you have been AWOL and your to do list is posted on the Clubhouse bulletin board.

    Start with the A’s first and move down.

    It’s ok to ask the junior A-hole to help you.

    And congratulations on your promotion to next to junior A-hole.

  293. jason says:

    Trump says:
    January 3, 2017 at 8:39 am

    And Gf by our mom, pimp.”

    p says:
    January 4, 2017 at 8:50 am

    Go f your mom again.”

    I don’t think even modern psychiatry can help this….

  294. jason says:

    “Make sure your mom ties your shoelaces tight. Around your brain.”

    Damm…. this is beyond my translator pay grade.

  295. wvally says:

    I don’t think even modern psychiatry can help this….

    Wikihow can help:

  296. Bitterlaw says:

    I never thought that I would realize that Trump’s “puke moron” comments were actually the height of his commentary. It is all downhill from there.

    Where is Transparent Dem Troll? Can’t we get something better than this?

  297. Wes says:

    What happened to the NC Trolls who always had the exact same arguments for why NC would vote Dem, Bitter?

  298. NYCmike says:

    If a clearly delusional Wes can find common ground with jason by claiming Chuck Schumer is my “favorite Senator”, then so be it.

    I always have been a uniter, not a divider.

    Now, to bring together “Trump” with an A-Hole……

  299. NYCmike says:

    ” or you are endorsing Trump’s idea of having incestuous relationships with family members.”

    -As a “liberal Democrat”, Trump is allowed these “freedoms”.

  300. Bitterlaw says:

    Wes – The NC trolls just disappear after the elections. Maybe they just go back to their beach houses in Duck or Corolla.

  301. wvally says:

    Texas Sen. Ted Cruz and Florida Rep. Ron DeSantis introduced a constitutional amendment on Tuesday that would impose term limits on members of Congress, following through on their December announcement about the proposal.

  302. Bitterlaw says:

    I am opposed to term limits. If you don’t like somebody, vote them out. Getting rid of somebody just to replace them with the next corrupt person solves nothing. Is there any doubt that if you limit the terms of Philadelphia Democrats or Alabama Republicans that their replacement won’t be like them?

  303. wvally says:

    The Wendy’s social media account has been getting in funny twitter wars over the last few days, this being just one example

  304. wvally says:

    Is there any doubt that if you limit the terms of Philadelphia Democrats or Alabama Republicans that their replacement won’t be like them?


    I think the idea is that the corruption intensifies over time, and the longer you’re in the more of a financial juggernaut you become.

    I’m guessing you can rest assured that this measure will not pass.

  305. Wes says:

    California has the strictest term limits laws in the nation. Corruption is something not at all abated by term limits there.

    Advocates of term limits fail to realize absolute term limits often lead to rooky legislators looking to cash in quickly on short term stays in office and willing to grant access to local interests for personal gain returning to the private sector.

  306. Wes says:

    I prefer modified term limits where pols can spend only a few terms in office before being eligible to seek their old offices again. That way, the political class must be subject ot its own laws before getting to influence future legislation.

  307. janz says:

    I agree wvally that time often changes a politician’s conduct in office. Often, even the ones coming into government with the best intentions of doing “good,” fall prey to a growing sense of self importance. This creates a need to be more protective of their congressional seat than they are of protecting the rights of the people they represent and serve.

    I think, though, that the Cruz/Desantis proposal could have more leeway in the time allowed, such as 3 terms for the Senate, and 5 terms for the house.

  308. wvally says:

    I find it hard to imagine that any more constitutional amendments will ever be passed, actually.

  309. jason says:

    Term limits…. zzzzzzzzzzzz.

  310. Bitterlaw says:

    I served 2 terms as HHR Governor and then stepped aside. Mr. Vito burned the whole system to the ground.

  311. wvally says:

    Yeah overall this is a snoozer of an issue that will go nowhere, and Cruz knows it. He wants to reclaim his piece of the anti-establishment pie.

  312. jason says:

    If voters really wanted someone to be term limited they would vote him/her out.

    I agree with term limits for the President only because if Presidents stays more than 8 years they can appoint so many people in the government and judiciary and amass so much power/influence and IOU’s that they might be able to stay forever.

  313. jason says:

    I served two terms as HHR Lt. Governor, with great distinction, I may add, and refused to run for Governor (despite impassioned pleas from many here -ok 1 or 2, GFYs) because I felt that my best ideas had already been implemented in the prior administration.

    I supported Mr. Vito, who was supposed to represent new blood, but I forgot he has no blood.

  314. Wes says:

    Republicans tried to pass a term limits law in 1995. Those opposed agreed to support it with a provision for retroactivity.

    That was the end of that.

    The presidency was an easy target for term limits because Washington had etablished the two-term tradition. So many Congressmen and Senators have served for decades now term limits are essentially an impossibility for Congress.

  315. wvally says:

    As Alaskan winter temperatures drop below -30F, the EPA is considering fining and prosecuting entire towns for breaching clean air laws, because of smoke from residential fireplaces.

  316. janz says:

    All of a sudden, in the final days of his presidency, Obama has straightened his spine, and is kicking Russian diplomats out, is seriously looking into hacking charges, and deploying special forces to Russia’s border discouraging any further aggression into other countries. Why now? Why not much earlier?

  317. janz says:

    Accompanying Obama’s stronger, rebuilt spine you also have Dems worrying about the high cost of things, how to pay for new programs, rallying around blue collar workers, and becoming watch dogs on their new leader fulfilling his “promises,” none of which were hardly mentioned during the last 8 years of Obama’s presidency.

    Politics is a confusing right, left sport.

  318. janz says:

    With the metastasis of ISIS all over the ME, the rise of failed states, an emboldened Russia and seemingly N. Korea, growing human right’s violations in Cuba, a national debt a sliver away from 20 trillion, crime out of control in larger metropolitan areas, etc., etc., will people be ruminating about the mess “inherited” by Trump like was repeated over and over again by Obama towards Bush?

  319. Wes says:

    Obama couldn’t take a hard line on Putin before now because Romney in 2012 said Russia was an incipient threat, causing Obama to quip the 1980s “want their foreign policy back.” Had the Administration taken a stance against Russia earlier, then Obama would have had to admit Romney was absolutely right.

    The now outgoing President could never have done that.

  320. NYCmike says:

    “The now outgoing President could never have done that.”


  321. Wes says:

    Trump is inheriting the country from Obama with the world in its worst state since Carter surrendered the White House to Reagan in 1981.

    Even GWB and Obama didn’t face nearly so high a number of problems despite increasingly stumbling economies in 2001 and 2009 respectively.

  322. jason says:

    If a clearly delusional Wes can find common ground with jason by claiming Chuck Schumer is my “favorite Senator”, then so be it.”

    wes, you have to keep up with the times..once upon a time NYC did pretend to despise Schumer.

    NYC, the “uniter”, thought Rubio was a traitor for shaking hands with Schumer.

    However when he found out Trump funded Schumer for decades and contributed to the Dem committee to elect more liberal Democrats, suddenly there was no problem.

  323. NYCmike says:

    “However when he found out Trump funded Schumer for decades and contributed to the Dem committee to elect more liberal Democrats, suddenly there was no problem.”

    -Heh – only on HHR (and MSNBC, the NY Times, WAPO, etc…).

  324. NYCmike says:

    And then people wonder why Trump still Tweets…..

  325. DW says:

    continuing the work on the chronological atlas of the 2016 election night coverage, noting the moment each network seems to understand that Hillary is going to lose.

    On MSNBC the moment NBC calls NC for Trump at 11:04 pm, as Brian Williams announces it, you can hear Chris Matthews in the background say “well that’s a bitch!” while others moan and express shock.

    Then at 11:08 Steve Karnacki on MSNBC looks at the paths to win and if Trump wins AZ, GA, UT and AK he is at 268. He sees rural counties in WI flipping red, and shows it on the map by flipping between 2016 and 2012. There are audible gasps and looks of despondency among the MSNBC hosts. This seems to be the moment MSNBC realizes Trump is going to win the election.

  326. Bitterlaw says:

    It is a difficult choice. I want Trump to be more conservative than I thought because it helps the country. I almost want him to act like a liberal so NYC will realize that we were not wrong for pointing out Trump’s past as a liberal.

    Maybe the best solution would be Trump running as a Democrat in 2020 so we can nominate a Republican to run for the Republican nomination.

  327. DW says:

    340 – and at that point of the night, 11:08, the MSNBC hosts all believed Chris Matthews that PA was going to be closer than normal, but still a lock for Clinton.

  328. DW says:

    341 – I want Trump to end up more conservative than I expected, even if it ends up making me look like a fool. I would rather be a free, low-taxed fool than a proven right sufferer of liberalism.

  329. NYCmike says:

    Not sure what jason (and Wes) does NOT understand – any Republican, if they could, should get $$$ from liberal Democrats, and then push policies that are more conservative than those same liberal donors would look to push themselves.

    Hopefully, they would not catch on……. 🙂

  330. NYCmike says:

    “I almost want him to act like a liberal so NYC will realize that we were not wrong for pointing out Trump’s past as a liberal.”

    -Come on now….if I ever said you were wrong to point it out, then I was totally wrong on that point.

    What I did ask for was an acknowledgement that he had differing opinions which satisfied both sides, AND made each side uneasy, as opposed to Hillary, who was and is, as Michael Savage would say, a Red Diaper Doper Baby.

  331. Wes says:

    According to Corey, Hillary is a moderate.

  332. jason says:

    I am going to translate NYC into simple concepts everyone can understand, especially him.

    Rubio shakes hands with Schumer – open borders traitor that should be primaried and if his seats goes to a liberal Democrat so what.

    Trump funds Schumer and Dem Senatorial Committee – cannot say this is liberal behavior because he never held public office.

  333. DW says:

    Chris Matthews on election night:

    11:04 when NC is called: “Well that’s a bitch!”

    11:46 when Steve Kornacki shows Clinton has almost no path left: “Jesus!”

  334. jason says:

    Continuing with NYC translations:

    GOP Senators say popular Obamacare provisions are here to stay – communist traitors that should be immediately primaried by deadenders.

    Trump says popular Obamacare provisions will be maintained – brilliant, just brilliant

  335. jason says:

    And we continue translating NYC:

    GOP fails to commit political suicide and makes deal to raise debt ceiling – communist traitors that should be immediately primaried by deadenders.

    Trump says we can always just keep printing money to finance the debt – eureka, this guy is a genius.

  336. Jake says:

    346. According to Corey. There is no violence problem in Chicago, and Rahm is a good guy.

  337. NYCmike says:


    You can continue translating – you never seemed to mind being wrong in previous years.

    I enjoy your consistency.

  338. Jake says:

    Tone it down Jason.Are you going to spend your time going after Trump for 4 years?

    Let’s unite and go after the real enemy. We have Judges to confirm

  339. Jake says:

    Trump has twice as many Fed Bench openings than both W and Barry had, when they first took office.

    We can reshape the 9th circus, and maybe even the DC appeals. and then of course Scotus.

    Hate him all you want, but he took that power out of Hillary’s hands. Let’s roll

  340. NYCmike says:

    Ok, time for the next fights to start. Might as well get them started, since they are going to happen eventually.

    -I posted a link about “Obamacare repeal” earlier in this thread.

    As usual, many things with the political world are not as they seem.

    Rand Paul sounds like he understands the issue better than most, being an eye doctor and all.

    It would be interesting to see what other posters will agree/disagree with him regarding his position that he may take.

    If your only interest will be to be an A-Hole/a-hole, please refrain.

  341. Jake says:

    NYC, can you believe that Bloomberg soda tax was passed here in Crook County, IL.

    A penny per ounce. A 32 ounce soda will be a extra 32 cents.

    This includes any drink with sweetener or sugar, including Diet Drinks and Fruit Juices.

  342. NYCmike says:

    “Hate him all you want, but he took that power out of Hillary’s hands. Let’s roll”

    -This was YUGE! (albeit not important enough for Wes, jason, Corey, MD, etc).

  343. NYCmike says:


    It gets crazier and crazier!

  344. NYCmike says:

    Of course, they are only doing that because THEY CARE ABOUT OUR HEALTH!

  345. marc says:

    Jake says:
    January 4, 2017 at 5:03 pm

    Trump has twice as many Fed Bench openings than both W and Barry had, when they first took office.

    We can reshape the 9th circus, and maybe even the DC appeals. and then of course Scotus.

    Hate him all you want, but he took that power out of Hillary’s hands. Let’s roll


    Very true and we must forever be grateful that he permanently placed the Clinton in retirement. Because I know believe that a conventional establishment GOP presidential candidate would not have defeated the Clinton machine.

  346. Jake says:

    361. Agreed Marc.

  347. marc says:

    The main names I hearing for the Supreme Court are Bill Pryor- 55 and Diane Sykes-59. I think Sykes is too old, her time to be appointed to the Court was during the W. Bush administration. We need someone who can be on the Court for at least 25 to 30 years.

    My personal choice would be Judge Raymond Kethledge-50 and Justice Joan Larson-48.

  348. Wes says:

    Personally while I think most Republicans running last year would have lost, Rubio would have won.

    Empirical evidence indicates in the general Rubio ran about as well as Trump among the lesser educated rural whites Trump appealed to and ran significantly ahead of him among Latinos.

    Granted, Florida is the only state Rubio and Trump were on the ballot simultaneously in, but if Rubio were to run behind Trump with this type of voter, then we would have seen evidence of it here.

    Instead, Rubio ran even with or ahead of Trump in all but three Florida counties. That indicates the likelihood that Rubio would have held most, if not all, of the Trump coalition and poached large numbers of Latinos from her in key states.

  349. Wes says:

    NYCMike–who thinks it was right for Aron Day to split Kelly Ayotte’s vote and help elect a moonbat Senator so Chuck Schumer would have a better chance of becoming Majority Leader–criticizes others for not fully embracing Trump.

    How droll.

  350. marc says:

    The vast majority of GOP voters came home 88% despite the Never Trump movement many of us pushed, we can thank the Weiner e-mails for reminding many of the never trumpers how much they hated the Clintons.

  351. NYCmike says:

    Whom did I “criticizes others for not fully embracing Trump.”?

    I criticized people for not voting for Trump, YES.

    I pointed out that you did not think the judiciary in Hillary’s hands was important enough to vote for Trump, YES.

    Fully embrace Trump? I don’t fully embrace any politician.

    Well, maybe Kristi Noem. I would fully embrace her with everything I have! Wes will definitely agree with me there!

    See that, another example of NYCmike, THE UNITER!

  352. Walt says:

    Even more momentous than Trump about to be sworn in:

    1.–After TWO years of parental haranguing, about a dozen and a half trips to the DMV for countless hours of waiting only to find some additional documentation must be secured, taking 3 written tests, securing a series of at least 3 “temporary” drivers licences (only to see them expire before son #2 bothered to do the on the road test or on the very last day possible and they announced they were not giving on the road tests because a winter storm was due here in a few hours)–MY SON NOW HAD HIS REGULAR VALID DRIVERS LICENSE!

    He had let his DL expire, and his ignoring dire warnings from me about just sending in his $30 during the several month grace period to simply get his renewal, and then having to go through bureaucratic hell and missing the drop dead dates for doing the on the road test the full horror of the DMV bureaucracy was unleashed upon him (and of course me since I had to be the one to take him each time to the DMV).

    TODAY, it only took 3 hours of waiting and moving from one gatekeeper to the other before he was finally given, took, and passed his on the road test. No lunch. Got him back home just in time for him to hop in his vehicle and just make it to work by 3 p.m.

    To get his “temporary” DL previously he had to amass and show an inordinate amount of documentation whereupon he was issued his temp photo ID. Guess what? TODAY, they wanted to see all that documentation again! “Well, this rent receipt is not sufficient since in is from September, etc.” Birth cert, SS card, property tax receipt, but we need MORE! MORE we say!

    Gatekeeper guy went to talk to someone behind a closed door and came back and said he would let it slide and stamped his stamp, issued a number and called the next peon.

    Cash Cow was with us and could not believe all the hassle. She almost had a…well…a cow.

    [I cannot WAIT to get back to Charleston to have a face to face with the new DMV top guy about this fiasco]


    2. got the outside Christmas lights and decorations down


    3. hauled out the snow blower, fired ‘er up and it STARTED!

    This was a momentous day.

  353. lisab says:

    did you ever think of making an appointment for the dmv?

    this is why we don’t trust you with bells

  354. Trump says:

    Moron thinks Rubio had a chance.

    2 percent in contested primary in Ohio.

    9 percent on contested primary in North Carolina.

    That is the empirical evidence. Unlike demented fantasies of trump haters.

  355. Trump says:

    The great savior had 2 percent in contested primariy in key state.
    2 percent is moe of ZERO.

    Rubio would be looking for a water bottle during debates.

  356. Trump says:

    Sorry, 7.7 percent in NC, not 9 percent.

    9 percent in MI.

    No appeal anywhere except his home state.

  357. Trump says:

    And all of these results were in contested primaries before the bottom dropped out after thorough thrashing in his home state.

  358. Trump says:

    Rubio’s problem was, he was Jeb bush with a Hispanic name.

  359. Trump says:

    And with less experience than Jeb.

  360. ???? says:


  361. Wes says:

    I love how Trump assumes the primary is the general.

    Do yourself a favor, Trump, and sue your brain surgeon for botching your lobotomy.

  362. lisab says:


    i have a new strategy for your basketball team …

    it is completely unsportswomanlike and i would be embarrassed to do this

    but you are a lawyer … sooooooooo

  363. Trump says:

    Trump hater loves losers.

    Do everyone favor, moron, and never vote again.

  364. Trump says:

    I love how the moron ignores Rubio’s track record.

    2 percent. In Ohio. No appeal to any kind of Ohio voter.

  365. Trump says:

    I love how the stupid idiot thinks Florida is every other state.

  366. Cash Cow TM says:

    Two unidentified objects hurtling through space.

    They think one might be comet.
    The other could be Donner or Blitzen?

  367. Marc says:

    Rubio is young, he’ll run for President again.

  368. Wes says:

    Trump, I understand a combination of massive amounts of illicit prenatal drugs, being dropped a few hundred thousand times on your head, and a botched lobotomy has left you a blithering moron, but I’m going to try to explain the American electoral system to you:

    We have a two-step process featuring primaries and general elections. The primary selects candidates for the general with only a certain segment of the electorate participating. The general features the whole electorate and determines the ultimate winner of the contest.

    Rubio lost the primary for President. Trump won the presidential primary and election. Rubio subsequently won the Senate primary and election. Florida featured the exact electorate Trump wanted–which voted more solidly for Rubio than for Trump.

    It’s not exactly rocket science to say Rubio would have won both Trump’s voters and his own to become President.

  369. Trump says:

    Rubio could not handle buffoon like Christie.

    Enough said.

    2 percent in Ohio.

    No amount of trump hate changes that, moron.

  370. Trump says:

    If Rubio had any appeal to any sort of voter outside his home state, he hid it well.

  371. Trump says:

    Do everyone a favor, and keep not voting for president.

    Your kind of stupidity is actually harmful.

  372. Trump says:

    Rubio did sweep Puerto Rico, so he had some appeal to some kind of voter somewhere.

  373. Wes says:

    And guy who made the following claims:

    1) Trump will destroy the GOP in 2016

    2) Strickland will defeat Portman

    3) The Senate will go Dem in 2016

    4) Trump will get more raw votes than Portman in Ohio

    accuses me of stupidity.

    I do hope I’m not the only one to notice the irony.

  374. Wes says:

    How are Senator Strickland and Senate Majority Leader Schumer working out for you, Trump?

  375. Trump says:

    How did never trump work out for you, moron?

  376. Trump says:

    Rubio as president?

    Ha ha ha ha

  377. Cash Cow TM says:


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  378. Trump says:


    Ha ha ha ha

  379. Wes says:

    Trump won.

    I was wrong to say he’d lose. I can live with a bad prediction. You have the debating ability of a five-year-old when called out on your predictive failures.

  380. Trump says:

    Stick to your Clinton worship.

  381. Wes says:

    How’s that GOP elimination you told us was your objective last year working out for you?

  382. Wes says:

    I admire Bill Clinton for certain things. I voted against him for President and think he was only an average President though.

    Thanks for playing!

  383. Trump says:

    Rubio as president?

    Can’t stop laughing.

  384. Trump says:

    Could’ve would’ve.

    The epitaph of losers.

  385. Bitterlaw says:

    Our first game is Saturday. We play a team of HS seniors. Is it wrong if I tell my 8th graders that they have 2 elbows and 5 fouls so use them in the game?

  386. Trump says:

    Keep up the drugs.

  387. wvally says:

    FBI never examined DNC servers after the hack, relied on 3rd part private contractor. Cybersecurity experts told Buzzfeed it was “par for the course” for the FBI to do its own investigation into the hacks, rather than outsourcing the work to a non-government organization.

    Other than the FBI, no federal agency has conducted an investigation into the DNC’s email server since the incident was uncovered six months ago.

  388. BayernFan says:

    BL no

  389. DW says:

    Considering it was Chicago, the man who was tied up and tortured should thank them all that they didn’t kill him.

  390. wvally says:

    CNNPolitics: Chicago PD says kidnapping and torture of disabled white man live streamed on facebook by ppl screaming F Trump and F white people wasn’t motivated by race or politics.

  391. jason says:

    Soccer Moron now pretending to be a Trump supporter is the biggest joke of the season.

  392. wvally says:

    Pence tweets a photo of himself meeting w Manchin today

    Had a good meeting this afternoon with @Sen_JoeManchin. I look forward to working with him in the future.

  393. jason says:

    This shows how idiotic Soccer Moron’s predictions were.,_2016#Trifectas

  394. wvally says:

    Interesting story of a Republican elector born in 1935 in Livingston, Alabama, who was seven when his sharecropper family became part of the great wartime migration and moved to Flint, MI.

  395. Phil says:

    Not racially motivated?

    You gotta be kidding me.

    Try that sh*t down here in Texas and see what happens. First, we’re armed down here so the giggling sister and her band of brothers would be swiss cheese getting into the house in the first place. Secondly, kind of doubt our law enforcement would be buying the “not racially motivated” crap.

    Chicago…. what a sh*t hole that city has become. Another liberal paradise. Animals.

    Think that video will make the MSM news? Yeah, neither did I. Instead, let’s go find some more whites to prosecute for hate crime.

  396. Wes says:

    Has any non-white person ever been charged with a hate crime?

  397. jason says:

    The only reasons Soccer Moron supported Trump was that he was sure he would lose and take the GOP down with him.

    As a matter of fact, if you look early before the primary season started and before Trump announced, Soccer Moron was saying that Rubio was the best candidate for the GOP (at the time, Rubio was pretty low in the GOP polls).

  398. Wes says:

    Tom Perriello will challenge Ralph Northam for the Dem nomination for VA-Gov.. That’s a positive for the VAGOP.

  399. Bitterlaw says:

    The students claim that while their results are interesting, the data they used is not perfect.

    In their model, for instance, they did not account for humans killing zombies.

    Seriously? Run the numbers again. I fully expect Jason and Phil to fight back. Jul is heavily armed but would probably fight for the zombies.

  400. Wes says:

    A zombie apocalypse would last maybe five hours.

    Zombies are corpses, so bacteria would feast on them. Worms and carrion birds like crows and vultures would feast.

    Then humanity could move on from the outbreak.

  401. Bitterlaw says:

    I don’t know, Wes. The zombies on The Walking Dead have been doing pretty well a few years in. Of course, they get a new zombie every time a person dies unless their brain was destroyed. It’s on tv so it must be true.

  402. Wes says:

    Basically, Bitter, carrion eaters would be the big winners in a zombie apocalypse.

    Of course as Lucio Fulci’s Zombi 2 taught us, sharks would enjoy it too.

  403. PresidentPaul! says:

    Curveball has the yellow cake!

    Trump Sides With Assange Over US Intelligence
    Hawks Insist Assange ‘No Friend of Democracy,’ Not to Be Trusted

    President-elect Donald Trump’s doubts about Russia hacking became even more vocal today after WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange’s hour-long Fox News interview, noting that officials have delayed his “intelligence briefing” on the allegation until Friday, which he believes is a sign they’re trying to dig up more evidence.