Opening This Weekend – Suicide Squad

Not sure when I’ll get to see it, but this is the movie I have been waiting to see. It’s not a remake or a sequel.

Margot Robbie as Harley Quinn

Margot Robbie as Harley Quinn

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    • Ann says:

      This was Hubby’s “must see” for this year too. The reviews have not been kind. Nevertheless, we are off to the first showing this morning.

      • DeniseVB says:

        Elite critics are as bad as those Elite foodies. I never pay attention to them. Despite the worst NYT restuarant review in history, I found Guy Fieri’s Times Square place quite tasty.

      • votermom says:

        Tell me if you both like it. Kid the younger wants to see it too.

        • Ann says:

          Ok reporting back…

          When we left the movie, I didn’t want my money back, so there is that.

          1) The script was a hot mess with at least 3 “main characters” too many. Just too much in too little time. Some of the flash back stories were done better than others. Hubby made the comment that he thought they left a lot on the cutting room floor (no idea if that is true, but 15 minutes more of movie, and a lot more humor, would have helped).
          2) In the third act I kept waiting for the Staypuff Marshmallow Man to appear.
          3) Without Harley Quinn, I’d have been bored.

          1) Margot Robbie as Harley Quinn. She chewed up her scenes and spit them out.
          2) Viola Davis. My goodness she does evil/good good/evil well.
          3) I liked the sound track!

          As far as bringing kids… very violent. Some cartoon-y type violence, some not so cartoon-y violence. Pussy was the worst word I heard.

  1. mothy67 says:

    Its getting really bad reviews

  2. mothy67 says:

    Will Smith also went after Trump. Guess what I would not contribute to anything with him in it. Sure there are many like me out there. Make a movie and shut up.

    • Myiq2xu™ says:

      If I let the political opinions of actors determine what movies I watch I would never see anything except Clint Eastwood movies.

      • DeniseVB says:

        I keep saying every actor should have in their contracts a no politics clause. It’s the A-listers who think they’re immuned, but it really does reflect at the box office. They can use their celebrity for better causes, which most do.

        It’s like the little shop owner who puts a political candidate’s poster in his window, chances are he’ll lose half his business.

    • blowme0bama says:

      Same Mothy. Easy for me though since I never watch movies and TV only when forced to by spouse (i.e., Outlander)

    • CiscoKid says:

      Interesting that Hollywood gets to voice it’s opinions, yet religious leaders cannot due to Johnson Amendment.
      If they do, their tax exemption is lost.

  3. Venus says:

    Remember Cindy Sheehan? I found this on I’m including the link to Slate –click at your own peril.

    Sheehan sees the Khans’ story through the prism of her own sour experience in the public square. The villains aren’t all on one side of the aisle. “I think the Khans’ grief is being used by a party that is treacherous,” she said. “I have all the sympathy in the world for them. Not only sympathy, but empathy.”

    She’s not just talking about the loss of her son but also her onetime alliance with the Democratic Party. After “Camp Casey,” Sheehan was a key figure in the Democrats’ efforts to reclaim power in Congress, which were predicated on riding, if not co-opting altogether, the moral energy of the anti-war movement. The strategy by the 2006 midterms was to rail against the now-unpopular war and regain a majority in the House. Sheehan met with members of Congress. She campaigned relentlessly. “Every Democrat I met with in 2005 said, ‘If you help us win the House, we’ll help you end the war,’ ” she recalled. Only one of those two things came true.

    “Back when I was working with them after my son was killed, I was still a Democrat,” Sheehan said. “I still had some kind of illusion that they really cared about these issues the same way I did, but they really only cared about power.”

    The party did reclaim Congress, though, and before long Nancy Pelosi presided over a new bill that continued to fund the war to the tune of $95 billion.

    “I felt really betrayed,” Sheehan said. “But since then I’ve realized they didn’t betray me. It was my fault for thinking they would do anything else. If you pick up a rattlesnake, don’t be surprised if it bites you.”

    She sounded unsurprised by the state of the party in 2016, shaken by a primary challenge from a (relatively) dovish, social-democratic coalition led by Sen. Bernie Sanders. Sheehan sighed at the idea of people at the DNC chanting “no more war” at the ex-director of the CIA and getting drowned out by a distinctly Trumpish chant of “U-S-A! U-S-A!”

    “What Trump says is rhetorically belligerent,” she said. “But what Clinton and the Democrats actually did, it killed people. Why was the Khans’ son in Iraq? Why was my son in Iraq?” (Khizr Khan has made the same point, albeit a little more gently: “As a Muslim American I feel that these policies are not in the interest of the United States of America. … We have created a chaos.”)

    “That’s where the debate should be,” Sheehan went on. “If you support Hillary, I don’t really care, but you need to know what you’re supporting.”

    She met Hillary in 2005, after Hollywood producer and Clinton backer Steve Bing arranged an introduction. “I was with my sister and another Gold Star mother,” Sheehan recalled. “We poured our hearts out to Hillary about how the war has destroyed our lives, the lives of the people of Iraq, and that she had a strong voice and we’d appreciate if she spoke out and worked to end the wars.” Sheehan said Clinton didn’t offer any comments; she just listened.

    Sheehan later picked up the Village Voice and learned Clinton had met with a different group of Gold Star mothers who’d apparently urged the senator to “complete the mission.” Clinton said she still considered removing Saddam “a good goal” and rejected Sheehan’s calls for withdrawal.

    “Nobody has a greater right to make that criticism,” Clinton said. “But I happen to think that fighting for freedom is a noble cause.”

    These days Sheehan isn’t doing much organizing. She is housebound in Vacaville, California, taking care of her sister Dede, who is sick with cancer. From a distance, she sees Donald Trump upending the political landscape, causing liberals to praise George W. Bush and conservatives to consider voting for their nemesis, Hillary Clinton. And Cindy Sheehan, loathed by the Republicans and abandoned by the Democrats, doesn’t seem the least bit shocked.

    “All these liberals are going, ‘Oh, look, even conservatives may vote for Hillary!’ ” she said with a laugh. “And I’m like, yeah—why aren’t you ashamed?”

  4. Myiq2xu™ says:

  5. Myiq2xu™ says:

    There was a time when I would have agreed 100%, but now I wonder if we went astray when we discarded morality like an old pair of shoes.

  6. Myiq2xu™ says:

    So I heard this song on the car radio today.

    I recognized it but I couldn’t remember the name of the artist or the title of the song. Maybe (probably) I never knew. So I googled the first line and viola!, there it was.

    Then I saw this in the comments:

    “Who else searched “Making my way downtown” because you didn’t remember the actual name of this”

  7. Dora says:

    The Donald took his lady out to dinner the other night. There were some snide remarks from the next table – probably democrats – but it’s nice that they were able to get in a few happy hours together.


    Donald and Melania Trump’s fancy date night

  8. DeniseVB says:

    Our President is such a swinger. Sigh.

    • lateblum says:

      If I never hear the word, “Folks” again it will be too soon. When I turned on the news this morning, I hear bronco say “folks” yet again. I keep thinking he has no right to assume that easy familiarity with other people. My brother always used to refer to our parents as “the folks” and it felt like an endearing term. Now when he says that, I want to rip out his tongue as it reminds me of the liar in the WH.
      I can’t wait for obama to leave. I just hope he does.

  9. DeniseVB says:

    This ransom thing with Iran reminded me of a similar situation under St.Ronald of Reagan. Remember Iran-Contra? The media was all over it like white on rice in the late 80’s. So was Congress and heads rolled. Reagan ultimately took full responsibility. These sure are different times, thanks to a partisan media. Here’s the wikki overview…….

    Saw Ollie North on the news calling the Iran Ransom RANSOM ! He knows it was, he lived it.

  10. Dora says:

    • lateblum says:

      I thought the same thing when I saw it on the news the other night. I wondered then about the women I see at the lakefront parks here. They come to the park and the beach on Sunday’s dressed like that and I wonder if they scare the little children who come to the beach with their babysitters or their parents. My dil doesn’t bring my g-babies to the beach near me anymore. I haven’t asked her why. But if I had choices, I wouldn’t either. And I’m no racist. I think they come to the beach, walking behind their male companion, to make a statement. And in this bastion of liberalism and diversity, no one would dare say anything. I honestly get creeped out when I see them. I also get angry because I think they are one reason my grand babies aren’t coming here any more. They go to a beach too far for me to walk to.
      I also notice that their male “companions” are deliberately nasty toward these women. They berate them in front of other women (myself included) who are in summer dress or beachwear. They order them around and clearly give preferential treatment to the young children – the boys especially. Otherwise, the men ignore those women.
      Just an observation.

    • Myiq2xu™ says:

      Some women should wear veils in public, but not for religious reasons.

      Lena Dunham, for example.

    • Venus says:

      I wonder what happens when they try to go into a bank — it is illegal (federal crime) to wear a disguise, mask or anything that would hide your identity inside a bank (because of robberies).

      • lizzy says:

        Their menfolk must deal with the evil banks. After all they are always supposed to be escorted by a man.

  11. Dora says:

    This happened in April but I just found the article.

    Britain’s top human rights lawyer who represented Julian Assange and worked alongside George Clooney’s wife Amal dies in apparent suicide

    ONE of Britain’s top human rights lawyers who represented Julian Assange and war criminals has died in an apparent suicide.

  12. DandyTIger says:

    • DandyTIger says:

      • elliesmom says:

        I get going to the theater to see a movie and then watching it again later when it shows up somewhere on TV. There are some movies that are like old friends when they show up on TV on a rainy afternoon. The only time I have ever paid to see a movie twice is when we were in college, and I introduced Elliesdad to James Bond. Even then I didn’t pay for the second time I saw “Thunderball”, he did. Most of the time I go to the theater to see a movie, I regret paying to see it the first time.

        • DandyTIger says:

          This guy reviews for a living, tickets are probably covered. But still says something given all the movies out there that he will see it more than once. Then again, he might be a comic based movie super fan, so who knows.

  13. Dora says:

    BREAKING!! 14 KILLED, many injured at TERRORIST attack in northeastern India…

    Read more:

  14. Somebody says:

    Apparently someone caught our little tornado on their cell phone, but you don’t really see much they were too far back to catch the semi being overturned. This news footage does show images of that and also includes areal views of my son’s street where most of the damage was. Later in the news footage it shows security camera footage from a business where the tornado struck.

    The NWS rated it an EF-1….we normally only get EF-1 or EF-2 in Florida, thank goodness because there is no way to have a basement or storm shelter here.

  15. Dora says:

    Look what day this is! 🙂

  16. DeniseVB says:

    Me on twitter with the “stop watching fox news and shut up” twitheads………….

  17. foxyladi14 says:

    I will have to pass, On beer day. 😀
    I am allergic to Alcohol.
    Every time I drink it, I break out in Drunks!!! 😯

  18. lyn says:

    Parts of this movie were filmed in Klamath Falls and at Lake of the Woods.

    Roger (Taran Killam), a straight-laced politician has big plans to propose to his dream girl (Gillian Jacobs) at her family’s lake house. But everything goes awry when he meets his potential brother-in-law Todd (Bobby Moynihan): a full-time camp counselor with a heart of gold and a wild sense of fun, pining to be Roger’s best friend, and ultimately catapulting him into a series of unfortunate events. As Roger tries to take a stand amidst outrageous fishing excursions, propulsive water jetpacks and American history-themed musicals, he realizes that being a part of a new family may be more difficult than he’d thought. From Lorne Michaels, the executive producer of Saturday Night Live, comes a hilarious comedy co-starring Rita Wilson, Bill Pullman, Ellen Bloodworth, Sarah Burns, Giancarlo Esposito, Rachael Harris, Kumail Nanjiani, Kenan Thompson and David Wain.

    • lateblum says:

      Boy Howdy. Rita Wilson looks great. I thought I’d read she had some major illness… But I prolly saw it standing in line at the grocery check-out.

      • lateblum says:

        Yes. She was diagnosed with breast cancer in April, 2015, had a double mastectomy and reconstructive surgery. In December she announced she was “100 percent cancer free”.
        Good for her.

    • DeniseVB says:

      Looks like a fun movie !

  19. taw46 says:

    • lateblum says:

      Wow… I thought this was something Deray McK said (he did) but color me surprised it was someone else !

    • DandyTIger says:

      So now that he’s noticed, is he going to be a good little sheep and go along with it, or say she’s the lesser of two evils, or is he going to understand the concept of taken for granted and do something about it? Taking a wild guess here, sheep.

    • jennifer lyn says:

      Weakest link theory proven again. Having BLM on your side is like dancing with a boa hungry boa constrictor only question is when you will be lunch.

  20. mothy67 says:

    My problem with actors and politics is that with some it becomes their identity for me. Julianne Moore and Clooney are the worst. I think Trump was right he is no Cary Grant. Other than Gravity(which was Bullocks) and Oceans films he has not had hit since the Perfect Storm in 2000 and that is his only blockbuster. Yet he somehow is the it guy.

    • Somebody says:

      Clooney always reminded me more of Rock Hudson that Carry Grant, in more ways than one.

    • blowme0bama says:

      Same here. If they open their mouths with some stupid, unworkable, leftwing “feelz” bullshit, its all I can ever associate with them. Quite frankly, having absolutely avoided TV, film & radio for the last 20+ years, I don’t have a clue who many of these pop icons are aside from their opening their big mouths, so I don’t really have anything else to associate them with other than pissing me off.

  21. lateblum says:

    It’s Friday and I’ve got errands to take care of. But Because It IS Friday, I thought I’d leave this link here to celebrate having survived a hot, humid week that I’d just as soon forget………..
    (‘m pretty certain I first saw this video here, and it’s still one I love to watch) :

  22. mothy67 says:

    I want burkas for all. Puke is not yet ten stepping into womanhood. No breasts until she is 30 or I die.she is fit loves to wear a bikini I have to yell at her all the time you cannot do back flips in the frozen aisle.
    The burka ladies glare at her. She is stunning and DNA coupled with years of vigorous athletics has trained her body. Ballet at three was such a good decision it is discipline. Worse than my own personal Taliban are teenage boys. I am so not ready. I thought period talk was going to be the worst of it. That was a breeze her bff has an older sister that told her everything. Her mom is really good she called to apologize. I said are you kidding I was in heaven. It seems I just got over SIDS and coffe table corners. Now I have a whole new set of worries. Then I worry that my worrying is constraining so I worry about not worrying enough. I am not a real parent cannot imagine what those of you with several endure.

  23. votermom says:

    Very late with my post today

  24. mothy67 says:

    If Hillary and the globalists win are we but serfs. How does any thinking person want that for zir children. Language is being policed. Academia is the worst. A dissenting opinion requires re-education camp. Right now there is some resistance but if hildebeast wins? They are always trying to go after drudge. What will the media look like if she wins.

    • blowme0bama says:

      A lot like it looks since the Dem convention. Since the FCC gained regulatory authority over the internet a year or so back, I anticipate they’ll police sites which express opinions they deem “hateful” in their discretion which will be unrestrained as a practical matter. That’ll be a win-win for the GOPe losers as it will give them something to publicly oppose and campaign on while being ineffective as always. HRC has always struck me as having a heavy authoritarian streak – just by her personality.

    • Venus says:

      I don’t think she will. Turnout was up something like 66% in GOP primary and down 25% in Dem. Turnout during primary coorrospondse to general election turnout. All the enthusiasm is on Trump’s side; Hillary is old news (to borrow her phrase. Plus, in order to win she has to not only win the black/minority vote by same margin as Obama, she has to replicate his turnout — not going to happen.

      All we are seeing now is the primary attacks on Trump redux. It’s smoke and mirrors. When you are throwing out your October surprise stuff in August — including having the SITTING PRESIDENT attack on “fitness” — you aren’t winning.

  25. Kathy says:

    Inconsolable..have never seen anything as pervasive as this media hit on Trump. It wouldn’t matter what he said..”the sky is blue”, they would call a panel to discuss his lies. This is depressing.

    • blowme0bama says:

      It is the worst I’ve ever seen it, but I recognized about 20 years ago that MSM was the #1 danger to America. They’re beyond not hiding their biases and now zealous in their lying and distorting while they run down what they perceive to be the last hope of liberty loving Americans.

  26. Myiq2xu™ says:

  27. Myiq2xu™ says:

    Paging Dr. Freud . . .

  28. Venus says:

  29. Venus says:

    Don Suber knows what time it is.

    By the way, I’m half-way through his book Trump the Press — it is hilarious having all the “experts” guarantees & predictions (and insults) about Trump during the primary all in one place. What’s going on now is deja vue all over again.

    The public polls are shellacking Trump. He’s down seven points in the Real Clear Poll Average to a miserable old lady who sold the nation out as Secretary of State.

    But it’s August. The experts I mock in my book now are saying the party is in a panic. Why he made fun of a Muslim immigration lawyer who mocked Trump at the Democratic convention. Oh no!

    Don’t worry about Trump. His is a roller coaster ride to the White House. Consider this from Scott Rasmussen, who founded but sold his Rasmussen Poll operation:
    In the general election, Trump is once again refusing to play by the regular rules of the game. When something happens, he speaks his mind without running it by a focus group. Sometimes it comes off great, sometimes terrible. But as he keeps on going, the Republican nominee appears to instinctively grasp something that most in the political world don’t understand. The political types obsess over the convention deals and campaign strategy. They eagerly await the upcoming debate and deep analysis of whether to allocate campaign resources to Ohio or Florida.
    Trump, on the other hand, acts as if he knows that most Americans had better things to do than watch political conventions. He acts as if events in the real world are more likely to impact the race than anything the campaigns do. And, he’s right. At the moment, he’s trailing Hillary Clinton, but not by all that much. Despite breaking all the political rules, he’s still close enough that an October surprise could send him to the White House.

    Does he want that? Yes. Donald Trump wants to be president, but only on his own terms.
    Now then, everybody in Washington swears they hate political correctness, but my gosh do their panties get wadded when someone actually speaks his mind. Being against political correctness is now politically correct.


  30. mothy67 says:

    Has anyone read or heard about Harry Potter and the Gifted Child?
    I read every one of those books aloud to Shayla. We’d stay up all night. Then watch the movie in the morning. She had broken her collar bone it was summer. I didn’t know what to do. I just picked up the book. All seven books out load in one summer. It was a sublime experience. There were so many themes I could engage her with. Being a castaway child the most obvious. God she was so little. She’ll be ten in a month, the age Potter might become appealling. She is so over that. Read on ber own all the Hunger Games and now is on Twilight. I am concerned about the sex in the last novel. Its my fault we read Jane Eyre together(confess it is a fav sucks ass to read but when you are done and reflect upon itrealize its Cinderella from a feminist perspective it is rewarding) I told her about the Brontes and said Twilight was very similar to Wuthering Heights. Heathcliff and Edward. I let the genie out of the bottle. No going back. She goes to the library every Monday. They have a reading challenge she loves a challenge. Read every book for her age group in two weeks. They give two large pizza’s from Pizza Hut to kids that complete. She has never known hunger. I have.recall eating peanut butter off a spoon because there was no bread, yet she seems aware of others. Wants to give her pizzas away to Dionne. Not all that noble as she hates Pizza Hut Crust. I am in awe that she thinks of others at her age. Dionne only had one pair of shoes. Gym teacher humiliated her in front of class. Shaypup got in the car and fell apart. She was in tears but angry. Kept saying he had no right. I made up a story saying I had bogo at Macy’s bought the kid shoes. The mother never said thank you. She has an iPhone. 700 dollar phone and your kid has no shoes. Where did we go so wrong as a society.
    We went through a month of psych eval. Took 7 years. Tests proved everything we felt to be true. I did not have to do MMPI but I did two one on one and a fhird with pup and I He said he has never encountered anyone so mature. She told him I was like her annoying little brother. He asked me why I bicker with her. I said really dude you are a shrink why might I? To make her think for herself.
    She is so amazing. Her grandmother threw a yuuge party for her sister. Not once in ten years has her maternal grandmother ever called. She invited Shayla. I asked pup if it stung. She said I’m aware of the dynamics and how obnoxious it is, but I am happy so why not be happy for Lily(her sister)
    Just wow. So adult except three girls on a play date. NEVER three girls. It is a fight. Two or ten is fine. Never three.
    Potter, I am so indebted to Rowling. I got to share a space in time that she will carry always. Such a gift. Those hours will keep her warm after I am gone. Really funny when she was wee we played snakes. My hand was awful. I was always trying to eat her baby snakesor manipulate them. She would laugh so hard. So dumb. Well her dad to the shrink said he had done that. We had already discussed it with the doc. I said it was puppets and I wanted her to learn to express herself. It was role play. I was just a sadistic snake. Child glowed when she talked about it.
    He had no need to pretend it was his story but he lied and the doc asked him to relate what it was. He couldn’t because it never took place. He denied hitting her. Doc said there is a tape from the mall. He collected welfare in her name for years. Her mom was occupied cutting herself and going in and out of psych wards
    Anyhow Potter was wonderful. A magic carpet ride.icky is not a dish towel. She is becoming a wonderful person. I want to leave Potter where it ended. The latest book/play might mess with that
    Eternal thanks to all of you. It has been a very long road. I was in fear for her, court date after court date for years. So much money. I live in my parents basement. I own the house so I am only half pathetic. We sat together and said screw money we will not give up on her.
    I was downtown saw his old girlfriend that he was living with during these escapades. No front teeth. Junkie. He breaks women down. Makes them dependent. They can’t live without him.
    We were never going to allow that. Fought like hell
    She is safe now. The psych tests recommended only in office visits.
    I for financial reasons want to adopt. Her name would be Shayla Rayne Cain. Cool name. Its just financial.
    Anyhow I was very afraid all the time for her. This place allowed me to vent and care. So once again thanks

    • votermom says:

      I bought Cursed Child for Kid the Younger but it’s for her bday in a few weeks so we haven’t read it yet. It’s a play though, not a novel.

    • lateblum says:

      From what I saw on the tv, HP and the Cursed Child is a play now being performed in London and is impossible to get tickets for. The reviews are great. JK says it is the end of HP for her.
      Hope you enjoy it with Shay. Maybe you could have a play reading. 🙂

    • lateblum says:

      I thought of you last night. I had dinner with a friend who said that the daycare people refer to those of us (grannies) who care for our little grandbabies as “Nanny Grannies”.

      • lateblum says:

        Or was it “Granny Nannies”…

        • cynic says:

          Well, I’m ‘one of those’, waving to you all. I had darling Lily 5 days this week. Baby #2 arrives toward the end of next month, and I’ll have her 2 days per week, and the other Granny Nannie will have her 3 days. Loving it, and Lily is a doll. Having had twins with colic, this baby is a piece of cake. She’s so calm and happy, smiling all the time, and she’s ‘talking’ to us now. I just love her little baby voice.

          Glad I have this distraction. I can’t watch more than 30 secs of MJ these days.

          • lateblum says:

            So happy to hear Lily is a happy baby. As much a handful as Calamity is, she is generally very, very happy. It makes everyday a good one. Doesn’t it? And those baby voices are magical. Enjoy every moment. BTW: I think your g-baby #2 is due on my parents’ wedding anniversary.
            I have given up on everything political on tv. 30 secs of MJ is a long run these days. I’ve been watching the mindless local news until after MJ ends. Then I might turn on FBN or MSNBC for a brief time. Really, it is all too much.
            Have fun being a Granny Nanny !!

  31. ecoast says:

    Trump was right. Ransom video does exist. Part of an Iranian documentary apparently.

    From one of the comments:
    Dave Martosko of Daily Mail is on it again. He’s done some great reporting this election cycle.

    Donald Trump could be correct over Iran cash-drop video as propaganda film is released

    “…A narrator, speaking in Persian, describes a money-for-hostages transaction over video clips of a plane on an airport tarmac in the dead of night and a photo of a giant shipping pallet stacked with what appear to be banknotes…the documentary begins with a narration saying: ‘In the early morning hours of January 17, 2016 at Mehrabad Airport, $400 million in cash was transported to Iran on an airplane.’
    The film describes the Obama administration’s prisoner swap and Iran’s cash windfall from Tehran’s point of view as ‘a win-lose deal that benefits the Islamic Republic of Iran and hurts the United States,’ according to two English-language translations obtained…The IRIB network’s producers framed the deal in election-year political terms, boasting that Iran had made the Obama administration vulnerable to Republican finger-pointing if they found out the terms of the deal.

    ‘The Democrats’ concerns were mostly due to the fact that Obama’s rivals, the Republican presidential candidates, might find out the details of this deal through legal means,’ the narrator says. That, he adds, might lead them to ‘use them against Democrats at the time of the next presidential election – just like what happened to Jimmy Carter.’

    One of’s Persian translators, a native-speaker who lived in Iran until two years ago, said: ‘This is Iranian practice 101. Of course they filmed it, and of course they broadcast it.’ ‘I wouldn’t be surprised if someone advising Trump had seen the footage. And I’d be shocked if the White House didn’t know about it the day after it aired.’

  32. mothy67 says:

    Sigmund Freud I almost forgot. Spaced right now on who it is that is taking care of grandchildren. I kinda talked a little bit about your situation with my attorney.She said get an attorney yesterday and have her relinquish rights . Some states if she goes for custody she can sue you for support if you were a provider.
    My advice for real is nip it in the bud. They can actually say you approved by allowing. Beg of thee see an attorney. Had we taken action early on with just abandonment we’d have saved at least 90,000.

  33. Myiq2xu™ says:

    Um, Cobain married Courtney Love and then blew his brains out. Not very inspiring.

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    • Myiq2xu™ says:

      • lateblum says:

        That was Chris Cillizza, though. He wasn’t too fond of Hillary in 2008. He and another writer – can’t remember his name did some nasty “game” using Hillary as the brunt of the joke. I remember being mad as hell at them. And swearing I wouldn’t read either of them again. I remember what the other guy looked like, but not his name.

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  40. Mt.Laurel says:

    Oh my, I am going to need a few of those martinis that were being passed out yesterday when I get home and I am not that fond of alcohol.

    There have been Skype calls going one today. Two different late 30ish daughters (of boss and of an office mate) supposedly to let them see grandchildren. I cannot but hear the young women whining (they are two room over) about how sweet little Hillary is being treated is being treated by Old Don and those poor little Khaaaaaaaaaans! to have their moment for Islam to shine taken from them by the mean Don asking why the wife did not speak and those horrid parents of the people killed in Benghazi need to go away. And Trump has no money of his own, someone is footing his bills and the want to know who so they can be exposed. And yes, Donald stole all those email and then made up the things being printed by wiki. And poor little Huma’s hubby was so badly treated over his naked photos but no one is in tizzy about Melania’s. And people keep snickering about HIllary and Huma being the real pair and calling them gay is mean. And on and on and on and on. Of course one went to Columbia and that other Harvard – so I guess there is that excuse for brain freeze. You know I am not what would call a Trump fan but this kind of mindless blabber really is what has pushed me to just say go with The Don.

    It is just going to get worse. We are moving to a new location as the one agency housed here is closing and our lease is up and our board decided now would be a good time for us to go share space in the offices where we hold our meetings. There are all sorts of fun people on the umbrella agency’s board. All the darn local/regional politicians. God it will be awful.

    • Somebody says:

      (((Mt. Laurel)))
      Sometimes don’t you wish you had electrical zapping powers to give ppl a good shock.

      I overheard two women today looking for a gift for one of the women’s g-baby. The g-mother picked up a cute dress up set and her friend promptly scolded her saying and I quote. “Don’t you think that artifically forces a gender identity on her? Don’t you think it’s best to find something neutral until she’s old enough to decide what gender she wants to be?”

      Her friend agreed and they ended up leaving the store empty handed, smh. I wanted to slap them. I hope the poor g-baby lives far, far away she doesn’t need that kind of bs.

      • Mt.Laurel says:


        I hope the mother was simply deflecting and argument in a public space. Barring that, that the baby has proud dad, grandparents, and others to provide a counter balance.

  41. swanspirit says:

    My internet has been down since last night. But it’s back now, whew !

  42. swanspirit says:
    Speaking of committing suicide, has Hillary decided she doesn’t want to win the election??
    She actually said she “short- circuited” ??? AYFKM?? That’s what we need, a POTUS that short circuits! Republicans and especially Trump would be stupid not to use that against her.
    SHORT CIRCUITED!!!! Jeeez Louise!!!

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