How to handle a hysterical Prog


Calm Down, Get ahold of yourself!


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119 Responses to How to handle a hysterical Prog

  1. The Klown says:

    Ace:

    I forget what the heck is even going on in Justified though I know it’s pretty major. Boyd’s going down to Mexico, I think, with the Crowes to try to kill Cousin Johnny; we know he’s not going to kill Cousin Johnny. Cousin Johnny is to Boyd as Boyd is to Raylan. He’s the thorn to the rose. The rose wouldn’t be the rose without it.

    Oops.

  2. DandyTIger says:

    Maybe ’14 and then ’16 will be the slap that progs need to wake up and get real. Right now they’re insane and going down the toilet. Then again, repubs are very talented at snapping defeat from the jaws of victory. It’s in their blood or something. So maybe we’ll all just spiral down and go boom.

    I’m picturing a Dem supermajority with Warren as president. No one would have to work. Whoohoo! That would be great for a couple of years. Apparently math is hard.

    • DandyTIger says:

      My favorite thing from the crazy progs is take the wealth from the rich. Like they have pots of gold sitting around. Really crazy. No, the own parts of companies. And if you make most or all companies owned by the government, boom. Yep, math is really hard for some people.

  3. The Klown says:

    It has begun to drizzle here in Central California. Thousands of drivers are attempting to defy the laws of physics.

    • Mt.Laurel says:

      If progs hate incandescent lighting and have been working on eliminating said lighting from the face of the earth,
      and progs become incandescent when confronted with the truth of their beliefs,
      should not progs ban themselves?

  4. The Klown says:

    Unfuckingbelievable:

    His first television show has only been on the air for three days, but Ronan Farrow is already winning awards for his journalistic work. Reach the World, a global education group, will honor the 26-year-old Farrow with its annual Cronkite Award for Excellence in Exploration and Journalism.

  5. wmcb says:

  6. DeniseVB says:

    Too funny, would love to see a gay couple ask this church to marry them ….

    http://gothamist.com/2014/02/26/video_harlem_church_angry_at_obama.php

    • Lulu says:

      Local churches here are going to members only for weddings. A large, old and really beautiful church with glorious gardens surrounding it have stopped renting it out for weddings to anyone who is not affiliated somehow with the church. They charged a lot! I guess this may be part of it although a member told me it was because of assholes thinking they could do anything trashy they wanted at the receptions even though it was in the garden or big hall on church property.

  7. wmcb says:

    This is how far down the man-hate rabbit hole the feminists have gone:

  8. helenk3 says:

    http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/la-pn-obama-transportation-20140226,0,3163098.story

    new backtrack stimulus announced today for transportation.
    claim it will create and save jobs. But the dems just told me last week that unemployment meant freedom. Is backtrack trying to take my freedom away?

    • 49erDweet says:

      Klown might know some, too, but when I was up in the hills behind him we had six neighbors in our subdivision whose official occupations were “gold miner”. They each went out on their own several days a week panning for gold in the Fresno River and other locations in and around Ahwahnee, Nipinnawasee and Mariposa. and while each day’s take was mostly “bean money”, they seemed to strike enough “color” to keep the wolves from their doors.

    • 1539days says:

      That’s nothing compared to the companies profiting from fake green technology.

  9. wmcb says:

    This X a gazillion:

    • mothy67 says:

      The gay gestapo doesn’t get that the majority of us have friends and family that we value and love. Do they ever for a minute contemplate the struggles that those who work on accepting a gay relative endure. Facing one’s prejudices is never an easy thing. Beating them over the head with it seems counter productive to me.

      • wmcb says:

        I’m just saddened and sickened by all of it, on BOTH sides. Yes, we are going to disagree. No, it does not, and never HAD to be, this fucking UGLY.

        • mothy67 says:

          Gay Patriot has a post up with a few instances of the hypocritical media refusing to air ads sponsored by gay groups.

          • wmcb says:

            I saw that. The powers that be WANT it to be ugly. They don’t want the kind, approachable, gays to be heard, nor the kind, approachable Christians.

            The spirit of the age, and the progressive noise machine (some GOP included), is EVIL. Not because of this or that specific policy, that I may or may not agree with, but because they freaking thrive on stirring up hatred, and setting people on each other like dogs.

            I am sick to death of this shit.

  10. The Klown says:

    Via AofSHQ:

    Carolyn Lawson, the IT expert who tried and failed to build Oregon’s online insurance exchange, complained to an Oregon Health Authority official that she was forced to leave under false pretenses in an email uncovered by the On Your Side Investigators.

    Lawson emailed OHA chief operating officer Suzanne Hoffman in January to complain that a reporter had been given her personal cell phone number, and asked that the state “allow me to move on with privacy and grace,” after one of the worst health-care-exchange website launches in the nation left her career in tatters.

    “I have done everything I have been asked to do,” Lawson wrote. “I stuck to the talking points even though I protested . . . that they were not accurate. I walked away quietly when asked to resign. I wrote the resignation letter per the script I was given.”



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  12. The Klown says:

    Like it or not, gay is here to stay. Make your peace with it and move on.

  13. wmcb says:

  14. helenk3 says:

    question

    the people that just found all those gold coins, do they have to turn them in to the government?
    remember reading about another couple that found gold coins and the government took them because of Roosevelt law confiscating gold in the 1930s?

    • votermom says:

      I don’t understand why they blabbed about it.

      • lyn says:

        I would have kept my lips zipped. Maybe they didn’t want to be accused of stealing them.

      • 49erDweet says:

        The face value IF you could use them for commerce was $27K. But you can’t use them anymore. As curios they are probably worth more than $10M. They own the property they were found on and have owned it for over a decade. In CA unless they were stolen, that means they own them. So to sell them they had to determine if they were stolen. They’ve decided to sell most and to use legitimate sources, so they need to be legit. They will probably space out the sales over several years to mitigate their taxes. Last I heard the public and their neighbors don’t know who they are. I know of three different “Saddle Ridges” in gold country, but it’s a common location name up in them thar hills.

    • 49erDweet says:

      I believe there is a numismatic exception to the Roosevelt law for coins that are “collector quality”, or some such.

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  18. wmcb says:

    Just a heads up, I think I feel one of my internet sabbaticals coming on. Those who have known me a long time online know that I do this periodically. I disengage and go take a total break from politics. So, if in the next week or so I begin to disappear, no worries, I’ll be back. 🙂

    Or maybe that mood will pass this time, and I’ll keep going, I dunno.

  19. lyn says:

    😦 x 100

  20. wmcb says:

    Was reading the comments above about the found gold, and it reminded me of something hubby told me. It seems that in Italy, in the little villages and stuff, you can’t hardly swing a pickaxe without running across some kind of archaologically significant thing. Or at least, potentially so.

    Problem is, you are supposed to inform the govt if when you are, say, remodeling your basement, you start ripping stuff out and find half of an old frescoe on the wall or something. But if you do that, the bureaucracy is so bad that they are liable to shut down your damn basement remodel for 5 years while they haggle over whether it needs preserving or not. And who even knows what they’ll do after that.

    So the Italians just keep their damn mouths shut, and don’t tell the govt. Which is why my husband’s dirt poor stone family home in Italy (which his dad still owned up until a few years ago) had a beautiful Madonna on a basement wall that the gubmint didn’t know dick about. The family lit candles to her, and she was said to weep when family tragedy was coming.

  21. wmcb says:

    I’m kinda waiting for word that someone has assasinated an archduke and it’s on.

  22. The Klown says:
  23. wmcb says:

    *sigh* Ladies, men have a deep-seated need for a particular type of respect, in a particular way that we don’t.

    Trust me, they are ever so much easier to handle and manage if you give it to them. 😉 😉 😉 Your grandmothers knew this shit.

  24. wmcb says:

    Ukriane is about to blow the fuck up. Russian tanks rolling to Crimea. Armed gunmen took over Crimean parliament and hoisted Russian flag. Now Chechnya is offering to send troops into Crimea.

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