IDGAF Open Thread


It’s Caturday, the world is on fire and I am all out of fucks to give.

Let’s par-tay!


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47 Responses to IDGAF Open Thread

  1. The Klown says:

    Somebody play some drinkin’ music.

  2. DeniseVB says:

    I sent Colin a snail mail birthday card today, because I could 😀

  3. DeniseVB says:

    Okay, drinking music, gotta be this, every boyfriend since ‘6’oh’something…

  4. helenk3 says:

    be afraid, be very afraid

  5. wmcb says:

    There would be no need for constant arguing over “hate speech” laws, if we’d just bring back legal dueling, with rules and stuff. Say whatever the fuck you want, but be prepared to answer for it. Take offense if you want, but be prepared to back up your outrage, if it’s really all that serious.

    There, fixed. You’re welcome. Yes, I’m being half tongue in cheek. But only about half. 😉

    • mothy67 says:

      Have you ever watched Chelsea Lately? She was going off the other night about how gay Michael Douglass and Goldie Hahn were on Valentine’s Day. Must have used the term gay 10 times in a pejorative fashion. She frequently makes black stereotype jokes. I find her crass but funny, but where are all the thought police when it is one of their own. The bile that Kathy griffiths spews isn’t even remotely funny but she too gets a pass.
      Oh and damn you all for Netflix. I can’t stop binge watching

  6. votermom says:

    Fukitol? I prefer taking 2 kisspirins instead.

  7. gumsnapper says:

    In the port of Amsterdam where the sailors all meet
    There’s a sailor who eats only fish heads and tails
    He will show you his teeth, that have rotted too soon
    That can swallow the moon, that can haul up the sails

    And he yells to the cook, with his arms open wide
    “Bring me more fish, put it down by my side”
    Then he wants so to belch but he’s too full to try
    So he gets up and laughs and he zips up his fly

    In the port of Amsterdam, you can see sailors dance
    Paunches bursting their pants, grinding women to paunch
    They’ve forgotten the tune, that their whiskey voice croaks
    Splitting the night with the roar of their jokes

    And they turn and they dance and they laugh and they lust
    Till the rancid sound of the accordion bursts
    Then out to the night with their pride in their pants
    With the slut that they tow, underneath the street lamps

    In the port of Amsterdam, there’s a sailor who drinks
    And he drinks and he drinks and he drinks once again
    He drinks to the health of the whores of Amsterdam
    Who have promised their love, to a thousand other men

    They’ve bargained their bodies and their virtue long gone
    For a few dirty coins, when he can’t go on
    He plants his nose in the sky, wipes it up above
    And he pisses like I cry for an unfaithful love

  8. votermom says:

    There was a big protest in Turkey today about Erdogan trying to restrict the internet.
    I think they dispersed it with tear gas.

  9. votermom says:

  10. leslie says:

    BTW: Thanks again to votermom, Dandy and Mothy for your help when I couldn’t login. It happened once again last week, so I repeated the same steps and started in safe mode again. I’ve stopped shutting down my computer and keep it in sleep mode. I’ll probably have to take it in for some kind of clean-up I suppose, but not until I have the time. I use my iPad when I can, but hate typing on it. There’s no telling what I’ll end up with (darn that auto correct – or whatever it is).

  11. wmcb says:

    So in case any of you were under the mistaken impression that I was lying about my gloriously redneck family, here’s a pic my sister posted of herself. It was out on my other sister’s 10 acres, on the occasion of (I think) her and Jose’s anniversary party. Ten-ish years ago. I vaguely recall there was a bonfire and a band.

    Beat up picnic table? Check. Barefoot? Check. Standing on aforementioned table? Check. Lots of beer cans and trashy food? Check. Everybody drunk? Like, really drunk? Check.

    I love my family. They’re fun.

  12. wmcb says:

    I’m eating cashews and gummi bears. They go together surprisingly well. Seriously.

  13. wmcb says:

    And this is why you don’t just blindly root for “The PEEEOOOPPPLLLEE” every time you see crowds in the streets. Especially when it’s not your damn country, and you have no fooking clue, really, what’s involved outside of what the media tells you.

    • The Klown says:

      Communists, Islamists, fascists and democracy lovers all use the same “freedom” rhetoric.

      • wmcb says:

        Yes. And you can’t always assume that because one side is a bad guy, the other is a defacto good guy. Sometimes they are both bad, or maybe it’s just complicated.

        • mothy67 says:

          I remember during the Arab Spring when the talking heads were going on about how Facebook/Twitter had been so significant. Not once as the new media were being praised did I hear anyone question how people earning 5 dollars a day were able to afford smartphones or internet access. Played a role, yes in selling it to the rest of the world.

          • Lulu says:

            So true. And agitprop can be cranked out even faster and cheaper with the new media. Look at Obama for Obama campaign and the Journolisters. Any fool can do it with a Twit account, a modem, and enough malice.

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