All Hallows Eve Open Thread

My ex-wife was injured in an accident

My ex-wife was injured in an accident


The first time I posted this graphic (back at the other place in 2008) I caught a bunch of flak from fanatical feminist fascists. So now I repost it every year.

F**k ’em if they can’t take a joke.

Seriously, Halloween is supposed to be FUN! I cannot imagine going thru life being perpetually offended by EVERYTHING!!!

I’d shoot myself.


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96 Responses to All Hallows Eve Open Thread

  1. driguana says:

    This is how good local government employees spend their time…me, the department director, as the mad scientist, along with my fun loving staff….http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VWE9mG_dkAc

  2. wmcb says:

    Funny nuns on Twitter.

  3. helenk3 says:

    If the weather is good, you could place a hammock in your front yard. lay down in it with your cell phone at your side
    wear a tee shirt saying “obamacare navigator” getting money for nothing

  4. The Klown says:

    I gotta lotta candy to give away this year. A LOT.

    First of all I bought a big bag of candy at Wally World. I didn’t get the cheap crap either. Mixed miniature candy bars. (I always buy candy that I like so I can eat some of it.) I still have most of it.

    Then my mom comes by with another big bag. She tried to give me two bags! It seems she bought a bunch of candy for her church Halloween party but it got canceled.

    So now I got about 300 pieces of candy sitting in a huge bowl. Based on the normal amount of traffic I get every year I’m gonna be giving out handfuls to every kid that comes by. (If I get 50 kids I have to give them each 6 pieces!)

    I have to eat what I don’t give away and I don’t want to eat that much candy.

  5. helenk3 says:

    Israel just attacked a missile site in Syria. missiles came from Russia to Syria. Israel took them out

    • helenk3 says:

      An Obama administration official says Israeli warplanes struck a military base near the Syrian city of Latakia on Thursday – @stevebruskCNN

  6. helenk3 says:

    http://weaselzippers.us/2013/10/31/cms-obamacare-website-has-been-down-for-over-36-hours-this-week/

    obamacare website has been down over 36 hours this week. that is more hours than most of the jobs created by this obortion work

  7. The Klown says:

    How much you want to bet this guy voted for Obama twice?

    Under my old plan, my maximum out-of-pocket expense was $4,900. Under the new plan, I’m on the hook for up to $6,350. Copays for my doctor visits will double. For urgent-care visits, they will quadruple. Though slightly cheaper plans exist if I decide to shop around on the exchange, I will lose my dental coverage should I switch.

    Needless to say, I am not pleased.

    Most young, middle-class Americans I know are happy that millions of previously uninsured people will receive free or heavily subsidized insurance under the Affordable Care Act.

    We just didn’t realize that, unless we had health insurance at work, we’d be the ones paying for it.

    • Lulu says:

      Since the very information about the circumstances which he is complaining about has been available to anyone who bothered to look since 2010, I think he should shut up and pay up. He thought it was all a good idea so stop whining.

    • t says:

      Also, sorry dude, it’s not young people outside of subsidy range, it’s EVERYONE outside of subsidy range who will suffer. But people inside of subsidy range will suffer too.

  8. votermom says:

    Sign on the witch pic should be updated to don’t text & fly.

  9. The Klown says:

    Ace nails it:

    It isn’t just that life is complicated– though it is. What is going on here is that a cadre of people who have a very narrow skill-set — primarily law or some public policy degree which featured very little math, and that math was Math for Liberal Arts — have decided that they can comprehend the workings of everyone else’s job in America, simply because they went to a Good School.

    Well, actually, most of them didn’t go to a Good School (by which I mean a truly elite school like Harvard or Princeton); most of them went to lesser schools. But they have Harvard grads in their social circle, so they now count themselves as part of the club.

    They do not know what they don’t know.

    They believe they are masters of the universe, but in fact are masters of almost nothing at all, not even the narrow range of material they studied before immediately going into a career of government work or government agitation.

    They believe themselves to be transcendentally hypercompetent, a delusion that they are permitted to cling to only because they’ve never been in positions of actual responsibility where their decisions will result in well-defined failure or well-defined success.

    Obama is of course the apotheosis of this type. He not just their high priest, but their demi-god, a half-god born upon the earth.

    But they are all just like him– sky-high on personal estimation of their capabilities, and yet scandalously short on actual accomplishments.

    And these are the people who presume that they can run the world for us, and do our jobs better than us.

    They can’t. And I didn’t even need to see Healthcare.gov crash and burn in Icarus-colored flames to know it.

    How did I know that their self-esteem greatly outpaced their level of competency?

    Simple: Because I’ve met them.

  10. The Klown says:

    NY Post:

    This is smart government?

    In the days after the 2008 election, when Barack Obama was putting together his team, the president-elect declared that “what the American people want more than anything is just common sense, smart government.” He repeated this theme in his first inaugural, when he promised “government that works.”

    We thought of these words as we watched the president’s Health and Human Services secretary, Kathleen Sebelius, flounder her way through even the most basic questions about ObamaCare.

    How many people had signed up? Not sure, because the data isn’t reliable. Weren’t you warned about problems? Yes, but no one had any idea they were this serious. What about the security? Well, we really can’t say for certain. As if to underscore the debacle, the HealthCare.gov Web site was down during most of her testimony.

    The question is, why? Remember, this rollout was put together by the smart people. They had Silicon Valley at their disposal. They had the elite universities. They were hailed for their innovative use of social media during their campaigns.

    Yet when it came to the signature issue of the Obama presidency, with years to prepare, they put up a Web site that has more bugs than a Brazilian rain forest.

    Today, President Obama, Sebelius and their team are no longer telling us how smart they are. They have now switched to saying how dumb you are to fixate on the president’s repeated promise, that if you liked your health-care plan and your doctors, you could keep them. Apparently, you are way too stupid to appreciate that ObamaCare is giving you something better.

    Be thankful for inadvertent blessings. For a president and health and human services secretary who came to office promising smart government are now doing more to advance the conservative argument for smaller, more limited government than Republicans could ever hope to.

    • Constance says:

      “For a president and health and human services secretary who came to office promising smart government are now doing more to advance the conservative argument for smaller, more limited government than Republicans could ever hope to.”

      That is so true! Government can’t do anything efficiently so I would appreciate if they just got out of the way and leave me alone to solve my own problems. Still this Obama law is going to have to be fixed and Congress needs to start doing it now. They should get all the
      Republican votes and any Democrats who hope to be reelected in the next few election cycles.

    • angienc says:

      Shorter Dems to all those losing insurance plans they liked/seeing price increases:

  11. The Klown says:
  12. helenk3 says:

    random thought
    people who have had teenagers will understand this. You know when your teenager decides they know everything and you as a parent are the dumbest person on earth. Moms did not even know how to dress themselves until they had teenage daughters. parents were born grownup and know nothing about being young. That is what the dems remind me of today. I was not smart enough to buy good health care. the second rate policies they are trying to shove down my throat have to be better then what I picked because they know everything and I know nothing.
    In NYC I don’t even know enough to decide how much soda I can have.
    I am not sure how so many people made successful lives by making decisions on their own. must have been pure luck

    • Lulu says:

      That is why Vile Progs are arrested development ninnies. It is a phase of development on the way to independence and adulthood. They stop growing but want what THEY want but still want the safety net of adults looking out for them and paying. They are frozen in tween-dom.

  13. The Klown says:
  14. helenk3 says:

    we had more fun trick or treating when I was a kid. We used to take carryall bags and fill them up more than once. There was a lady that lived across the street from me who baked gingerbread cookies. We would go to her house multiple times. today she could not do that. the whole neighborhood was involved either getting goodies or handing out goodies.
    seems like the fun is being taken out of childhood

    • Lulu says:

      We got homemade treats too. Popcorn balls, homemade turtle candy, pralines wrapped in wax paper, peanut brittle, Kentucky colonels without the bourbon, and my best pal’s grandmother had a cauldron of hot chocolate and she was dressed as a witch. A few weirdo’s gave apples and banana’s. Yuck! We ate the good stuff before we got home and sometimes felt sick. It was glorious running wild with friends.

      • helenk3 says:

        we did have fun. parents would go through the candy looking for the good stuff not razor blades
        It is sad in a way that many kids do not that feeling today

        • Lulu says:

          I was emailing my brother today about the politically incorrect costumes we wore. Bums, ethnic stuff, Vikings, dance hall girl, etc. My brother was a worm one year and I dressed up as a preacher with a Bible and offered to baptize everyone. Another year my brother pulled his pants up under his arms, wore a pocket protector and when asked what he was said he worked for the highway dept. Our parents thought it was all funny.

      • swanspirit says:

        You must have grown up in my neighborhood!! I loved the cauldron of hot chocolate !!mmm and homemade candy apples !

  15. helenk3 says:

    http://www.nationalreview.com/article/348852/barbarians-campus-gates-thomas-sowell

    barbarians at the campus gates
    this seems to be happening more and more at different colleges

    • wmcb says:

      LOL! Behold the horrible hate of those backward rednecks. Actually, I’ve said for ages that half of the problem some Southerners have with “gay activists” isn’t that they’re gay. It’s that they’re wearing prissy loafers and big city fashion, get sniffy about pork rinds and just generally act like they “ain’t from around here.”

      Put two gay men in camouflage and ball caps, and say they’re going hunting on their honeymoon? Yeah, they’re cool with it then. 😉

  16. The Klown says:

    My oldest son just reminded me that in 5th grade he went as Pennywise. I reminded him that people kept calling him Homey.

  17. The Klown says:

    Attention Trick-or-Treaters: If you are old enough to shave you ain’t getting any candy!

  18. The Klown says:

    Wow!

    A federal appeals court on Thursday halted a sweeping set of changes to the New York Police Department’s policy of stopping and frisking people on the street, and, in strikingly personal terms, criticized the trial judge’s conduct in the litigation and removed her from the case.

    The United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit ruled that the judge, Shira A. Scheindlin, “ran afoul” of the judiciary’s code of conduct by compromising the “appearance of impartiality surrounding this litigation.” The panel criticized how she had steered the lawsuit to her courtroom when it was filed in early 2008.

    The ruling effectively puts off a battery of changes that Judge Scheindlin, of Federal District Court in Manhattan, had ordered for the Police Department. It postpones the operations of the monitor who was asked to oversee reforms to the department’s stop-and-frisk practices, which Judge Scheindlin found violated the Fourth and 14th Amendments of the Constitution.

    In a two-page order, the panel of three judges also criticized Judge Scheindlin for granting media interviews and for making public statements while the case was pending before her.

    Appellate courts rarely rebuke judges on the record. This is very unusual. I’ll be surprised if they don’t send the case back for a new trial with a different judge. If they don’t it will be because they reverse it on the merits.

    • angienc says:

      I hope she gets disbarred & removed from office (federal judges have to get impeached but a disbarment by the state where she has her law license should be sufficient). Judicial misconduct such as hers warrants it.

    • Surprised it doesn’t happen more often. Federal judges have become too comfortable appearing on the 5 O’clock news. It’s not about them, but many lose sight of that theorem.

  19. DeniseVB says:

    Taxpayers money at work 😀

  20. wmcb says:

    Gonna watch the new White Collar now.

  21. 1539days says:

    I had my benefits meeting today. So far, my company is ACA compliant. The interesting thing is that the low-premium, high-deductible plan + HSA is under $1,000 a year. Even without the employer contribution, it would still be around $300 a month.

    If the government allowed companies and cites and other groups to pool risk and negotiate with insurance companies, (otherwise known as the unreported Republican alternative to Obamacare) insurers would actually have to compete over big fish instead of offer take-it-or-leave-it plans to powerless individuals.

  22. helenk3 says:

    http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2013/10/pentagon-manual-white-males-have-unfair-advantages/

    WTH
    would they like all the whites to leave the country?? that worked out so well in South Africa

  23. Monster from the Id says:

    Happy Halloween! 😈

  24. helenk3 says:

    http://www.nytimes.com/2013/11/01/us/politics/book-details-consideration-of-replacing-biden-on-2012-ticket.html?_r=1&

    bet this makes Joe Biden feel so secure NOT.

    there was talk of replacing him with Hilary as vice president in the 2012 election

  25. helenk3 says:

    http://usnews.nbcnews.com/_news/2013/10/31/21268214-defense-secretary-hagel-calls-out-9-states-for-refusing-to-issue-military-ids-to-same-sex-spouses?lite

    hagel calls out 9 states for refusing to issue military IDs to same sex spouses.

    never thought about that, if you live in a state where same sex marriage is not legal and are in the National Guard of that state what do you do?

  26. The Klown says:
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  28. helenk3 says:

    you got to love Megan Kelly

  29. helenk3 says:

    http://weaselzippers.us/2013/10/31/dem-senators-chuck-schumer-and-barbara-boxer-introduce-bill-giving-obama-power-to-unilaterally-raise-debt-ceiling/

    why are democrats so willing to give up congressional powers?

    If they don’t want to work, they can go home. The country would be better off without them

  30. The Klown says:
  31. westcoaster says:

    just happened to see this on Arsenio Hall yesterday- Tommy Davidson joking about Obama’s “tippy-toe move” (2:35)

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