Too Early for an Overnight Thread?


Yay me, I think this view from my deck might work, it can’t be worse than a snuff or crush video. Right?

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158 Responses to Too Early for an Overnight Thread?

  1. DeniseVB says:

    Whoa, it worked ! Thanks for letting me practice.

  2. lyn says:

    Milo approved.

    • taw46 says:

      I watched the Q&A live last night, but sound quality was horrible. What I could make out, he was really funny. And the audience was respectful and liked him, laughed a lot. He looked good, too πŸ˜‰.

      • DeniseVB says:

        Milo needs to get Breitbart to spring for a quality videographer. I usually have the closed captioning on his videos since I have trouble with his Brit-speak anyhow. But the tapes I’ve found so far are the worst I’ve heard and no cc available either.

        Comments were funny at lyn’s link. There was a Sanders rally that day and figured that’s were the trigglypuffs were, but the audience was still disappointed , lol ….


    • DeniseVB says:

      Milo was asking for a retraction to his “I don’t want Muslims in this country” which was taken out of context. The response was “we’re looking at the tape now”, then got his retraction/apology. According to his twitter feed, which I’m addicted to πŸ˜‰

  3. blowme0bama says:

    Lovely. You’ve a triangle hanging out near your deck. Just thought you’d want to know.

    • DeniseVB says:

      LoL, the photo’s a couple years old, so it had to be taken from the pier, not the deck, where we parked the catamaran.

  4. CiscoKid says:

    All that talk about chickens on the last thread made me hungry for, you guessed it, fried chicken.
    And I mean deep fried.
    Tomorrows lunch.
    Got lard?

    • Jadzia says:

      I’ve got hunks o’French outdoor market chicken sitting in the kitchen. With a side of gratin dauphinois that I could probably eat all by myself. And a huge overpriced brioche from a school fundraiser. And a strawberry tart. Hopefully the kids won’t be in an eating mood tonight.

      • taw46 says:

        I still dream of the heavenly French food from my one and only trip to Paris many years ago. Everything we ate was delicious.

        • Jadzia says:

          You got lucky! I’ve had bad food in Paris, mostly because I don’t know the city well enough to find the more local places. The food in Tours is heavenly, it’s like Oregon-on-the-Loire and super-inexpensive compared to the bigger cities.

          • taw46 says:

            Yes, lucky. Some places recommended by friends, some I read about. I would like to return to France and go outside of Paris. I have friends who love the south of France. I think I would be happy seeing any part of the country.

    • blowme0bama says:

      Any other way is a waste of a chicken.

  5. kanaughty says:

    so my comments weren’t working because it wasn’t asking me to login, doh πŸ™‚ anyway, logged in now…

    so what i wanted to say is that “danger”ous is not so scary of a nickname. it actually means like cool, will take risks, confident, unpredictable, charismatic, stealthy, confident in pop culture.

    two examples:
    austin “danger” powers
    “danger”uss wilson qb seahawks

    so to me and probably many others, this “dangerous donald” nickname is not scary at all. but quite the opposite.

  6. CiscoKid says:

    Let me see now.
    Hillary is dangerous concerning the securing of State Department classified information.
    Bubba? He’s dangerous around women.
    Barry? He’s been dangerous to America and continues to be so.
    Donald? To the status quo.

  7. Today is Leeroy Jenkins Day!

    • kanaughty says:

      omg, i can’t believe it’s been 11 years. i have to admit i play this game, have since the first expansion. not as much now. but this is legendary. if these guys were 20 years old, they are now 31. i started playing around 30 because i was working graveyard for 3 years. so i didn’t have the same schedule as any of my friends to go out and do stuff, so i played warcraft instead in my off hours.

    • DandyTIger says:

      I used to be on WoW crack. Finally kicked the habit. Won’t even watch the video for fear of relapse.

    • WMCB says:

      MEET BOB! Oops, I mean Mitt…

    • DeniseVB says:

      Our, not a Trump fan, local radio talk jock was reading articles from National Review’s StopTrump writers as proof Trump is not fit for the Presidency. Not one of the points he mentioned is why I’m supporting Trump, nor will make me not support him, so thinking of sending your fine “Why I’m voting for Trump” post to him.

      Too bad National Review didn’t got after Obama this hard. Release the tax forms? What about most of Obama’s life being sealed ?

  8. WMCB says:

    • DandyTIger says:

      I think there’s a pill for impudence. πŸ™‚

      • leslie says:

        You just have to hope the results don’t last longer than 4 hours. If they do, calling the EMTs could cause embarrassment. πŸ˜‰

    • Jadzia says:

      I love these kind of stories. In our house they mostly involved what the kids have been told in Catholic school and the littler kids’ somewhat unique interpretation.

      Example: 5 year old girl is prattling away about something and yeah, I wasn’t really listening. Until she announced, “We learned about JESU today! He AUSTRALIAN!”

      Everybody else: [Suddenly she has everyone’s full attention.]

      Girl: “ISRAELIAN!”

      Everybody else: “Eh, close enough.”

      • leslie says:

        The other day when Calamity woke up from her nap, she was yelling, “I need books! I need books to read to the animals! Jesus Christ!”
        I wish I’d had a bible to take her. Instead I just laughed out loud thus putting an end to her staying in her crib! πŸ˜€
        I honestly don’t know where she’s heard that because none of us say that (that I know of). We’re blaming the day care kids.

  9. Venus says:

    stunning video. When Manafort speaks, it’s always worth a listen, but the stunning part is Chris Mathews – who in the 2008 Dem primary while his leg was all tingly for Obama, said about Hillary that she only won her NY Senate seat “because her husband cheated on her” — is white knighting for her now.
    Bunch of lying hypocrites in the MSM.

  10. threewickets says:

    The Donald has Washington and the world topsy-turvy. The elite haven’t been this nervous since men in Versailles stopped wearing pantyhose.

  11. Dora says:

    It’s over, so why won’t he go away?

    Ted Cruz poised to challenge Trump in Texas

    ‘We have a busy weekend planned,’ one GOP operative says as big delegate selection opens.

    • swanspirit says:

      He is sicker than we thought.

      • Lulu says:

        When I read “challenge Texas” I thought he was trying to oust the governor and take over Fort Hood. I noticed he has already filed for re-election in two years. I don’t think that is going to work out the way he hopes. Greg Abbott could beat his ass back to Canada if he wanted to do so in a couple of years. My neighbor said Ted has taken on a “lost cause of the Confederacy” vibe. Goldman Sachs needs to fire Heidi’s crazy ass too if they don’t knock this crap off because they will land on Trump’s shit list for enabling this crazy stuff.

      • Somebody says:

        You have no idea how accurate you are Swannie. I happen to have come by some information from someone that knows him quite well or at least did in his younger years. That’s pretty much the assessment, Ted has issues. Apparently Ted has learned to mask his issues much better, but they’re still there.

        • swanspirit says:

          Dew tell!!! What’s the matter with him? Psychotic episodes? OCD . Heck he may even be in the autism spectrum.. or bi-polar. Something is off somewhere with him.

  12. Dora says:

  13. Dora says:

    We will probably never know the truth, but we can’t let Hillary forget it.

    Air Force whistleblower: We could have saved Benghazi victims

    • taw46 says:

      Did the Obama admin ever identify the 30+ people rescued from there? Was Congress ever allowed to talk with them? Did the MSM spend any time questioning those two decisions? Don’t think so.

      • DeniseVB says:

        I read that WaPo’s going to assign 30 reporters to dig up dirt on Trump full time, so the MSM has no excuse for glossing over Benghazi to help their Bam-Bam.

  14. Dora says:

  15. leslie says:

    MJoe is quoting Mittens challenging Trump to “release those tax returns” and there must be a yuuuge “bombshell” in there if Trump does not. My mouth fell open as I listened to the show.
    And DonnyDeutsch is such a blowhole that I muted him. I wish someone would silence his voice for the rest of the election cycle. WTF is Donny Deutsch anyway? What a jerk. I’ve been wondering how he got on MJoe in the first place.

  16. Anthony says:

    Random OT observation/thoughts on Dem WV primary – Hillary did NOT lost the primary to Bernie. She lost it to herself (or who she used to be).

    In 2008, she won WV by huge margins against Obama because she ran against his policies. This time around, she’s promising to “preserve and expand” those same policies. Anybody besides me think that had anything to do with her loss? or what she really believes?

    • elliesmom says:

      I think she believes she lost the 2008 nomination because people liked Obama’s policies better than hers so she’s running on his platform instead of her own. I don’t think she understands there’s been an historical pecking order. Black men have always been first before women. There was no way this country was going to have a woman elected POTUS before a black man. I know, I know. That’s racist. But even black women supported black man first.

      • leslie says:


      • Anthony says:

        That’s how she won the nomination, elliesmom. It appalled me when the DNA did that.

        I was referring to the WV primary, where she won against Obama by 40+ points in ’08. Now she lost by about the same margin. Only thing that changed was her position (by 180Β°)

        • Anthony says:

          Whoops – autocorrect changed DNC to DNA lol

        • elliesmom says:

          But why did she change her position? Did she really change her mind? Obama may have lost the WV primary to her in 2008, but he won the nomination and the election with his kill coal platform. She’s modifying her playbook to match his to get his voters. Hillary seems to be under the delusion she needs to use his platform to win, but I don’t think most people paid any attention to what Obama’s platform was. I contend Obama could have run on any platform he chose and won in 2008. The only way Hillary Clinton wins this election is by playing the woman card. But it was over 50 years between the time black men got the vote and when women did. Other than that, she’s got nothing. We might need to wait awhile before it’s “our turn”., though. While black men didn’t have to start out as “second fiddle”, women may have to be content with being VP first. The way young women have flocked to Bernie says they’re OK with that.

          • Anthony says:

            She changed her position to shore up all the Obama supporters who were going to Sanders. I get the whole “black male vs white female” thing, but I think it applied to the GE rather than the WV primary. Just my opinion

    • taw46 says:

      According to Chuck Todd on TV after WV, it has to be misogyny or racism (because she supports Obama). That is the only explanation for her difference in numbers in WV from now and 2008. Of course, it can’t have anything to do with her policies, dontcha know. Or the fact that she wants to eliminate the remaining coal jobs.

    • DeniseVB says:

      Hillary 20.08 = Commonsense Dem policies
      Hillary 20.16 = Doubling down on Obama’s policy failures and saving his “legacy”

      How the hell are her and Trump “tied” ? She’s certainly not as likable and will be losing about 40% of Bernies supporters. (to Trump, other parties or not voting at all)

  17. votermom says:

  18. DandyTIger says:

  19. lyn says:

    They should have to pay taxpayers back for missing “work.”

  20. Jadzia says:

    So here’s your political news for the day from France. After four months of strikes (including the shutdown of my university department) over an incredibly unpopular proposal to change the employment laws 100% in favor of employers (because everybody’s got to sacrifice! and by “everybody” apparently the Socialist Party means only the peasants, not the Very Serious People in Paris who run things). Public opinion is something like 67% against. Hollande’s popularity rating hit 12% recently.

    Most politicians would look at this situation and say, “Well, this doesn’t seem like a hill worth dying on.” But not our Hollande and his merry band of morons. They decided that because most of the public is against them, and Parliament refuses to pass the bill, that they would invoke a constitutional provision that was CLEARLY meant for national-security emergencies and pass the law through a vote of the Cabinet.

    Now, I get that Americans think that our labor laws are ridiculous. Lots of people here are not happy with the status quo, either. But the substance of the law really does not matter–for once, it really IS all about the process. It seems that we really don’t live in a democracy anymore, and I mean that literally.

    Hollande and his buddies have succeeded in uniting the country, though. As of this morning, BFMTV (like CNN headline news) was reporting that 75% of the public opposed the Parliamentary bypass.

    Heckuva job, Francois. I would pay cash money to see Segolene kick him in the nuts. Just once.

    • DandyTIger says:

      It’s not just France either. Obama has been doing this type of stuff with executive orders, and the rest of Europe seems to be going down the same rathole. WTF is going on in the world?

      • Anthony says:

        NWO on steroids?

      • Jadzia says:

        Jeeves! Send out the tumbrels!

      • lyn says:

        The global traitor class wants it all.

      • Jadzia says:

        I saw on the news this morning that Frau Merkel is running for a FOURTH term. (X: “Are you allowed to do that in Germany?” Me: “Dude, I went to PUBLIC SCHOOL. Ask somebody educated.”)

        What was more shocking was that only 48% of the public opposed her decision to run (which I think does not mean that she’ll win, just that 48% opposed anybody being able to serve 4 terms).

      • blowme0bama says:

        Exactly. This is what we’ve lived with through 7.5 years of Obama. Public doesn’t like it? So what?! The left is going to LOOOVVVVEEEE a President Trump wielding power the same way Obama did while they cheered him on.

    • DeniseVB says:

      12% approval should be where Obama is now. Not the near 50% our “polls” says he is.

      Sounds like what’s going on here, yay for globalism, huh?

      • Jadzia says:

        I admit that I’ve got more faith in the French media than I do in the American media. French people love to complain, they’d riot if the news got all happy happy and whitewashed.

      • Jadzia says:

        I’m looking forward to our next scandalous political wife, actually. The only real frontrunner in the next election is a 37-year-old rich twit (former Rothschild banker) who… He’s been in charge of our economy, need I say more?

        Anyway, his wife is 20 years old than he is; through him, he’s got six grandkids. Normally I’d say “Get it, girl!” Except that she was his HIGH SCHOOL TEACHER and that’s where they fell in luuuvvvvv. Escandalo!

        (Plus, I teach high schoolers every Friday and I can’t think of anybody less interesting than a 17-year-old boy, but THAT’S JUST ME.)

      • CiscoKid says:

        Fifty, I ask, 50 % approval on Barry?
        I think if the poll takers stopped smoking crayons, the numbers would be closer to that 12%.
        I’ll be generous, 15%.

  21. AFVet says:

    Ah c’mon gang,….cheer up and remember.
    A brief musical interlude for you.
    Great vice.

  22. Dora says:

  23. DeniseVB says:

    Becks company must be in trouble, predicting Trump will beat Hillary in Nov., then started thumping Hillary. Oh my!

  24. leslie says:

    In response to a comment I cannot find right now. (By Denise, I believe) . . .

  25. WMCB says:

    The neocons who took over the GOP since Reagan can stuff it. Reagan was all about American interests – and did tons of “protectionist” stuff for our industries/jobs.

  26. Dora says:

    He could mean this as a compliment to the kids, or it could be a slur on Trump. It’s all in the eyes of the beholder. I know what I think!!

    • DandyTIger says:

      He’s playing hardball without a ball. Or a glove. He’s on his way out, whether he knows that or not. Trump will try to play nice for unity, but Ryan, like the rest of the GOPe, is the enemy.

    • DeniseVB says:

      His meeting with Trump has been in the news cycles for a week, the overhype of the meeting all morning on all news channels with breathless coverage and anticipation, I’d say he was taking a shot at the media πŸ™‚

  27. foxyladi14 says:


  28. mothy67 says:

    Which congress critter said we are going to have to put the American people in line or something to that effect? Seems we are , along, with Europe are no longer governed but ruled. Perhaps we always have been but now they don’t evrn bother with pretense.

  29. Very little about Obama is based in reality.

    • leslie says:

      Glad I read to the very bottom of your comment, Klown. Otherwise, there would be a duplicate to the last sentence in your post. πŸ˜‰

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