*Live* From New York, It’s Saturday Night !

And that’s the truth, TCH style 🙂 Just saw these guys, Open Thread !

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  1. DeniseVB says:

    Proof, I can throw up a thread in a NY minute. 🙂 In early tonight because 9-11 Memorial walkies at 8 a.m. tomorrow. Means I have to leave the hotel at dawn to get to the venue on time.

    Hope all is well with all of you. Keep the party going….. !

    • lateblum says:

      Sounds like you’re having a great time! I saw Blue Man Group inChicago a few years ago. That was a fun night. Hope you enjoyed yourself.

      • cynic says:

        Fun indeed! We took the kids to see them many moons ago, got seats near the front, where you were given protection to wear, and the kids just loved it. As a matter of fact, my daughter has gone several times since!

      • DeniseVB says:

        This was in the belly of their original sh*tty little theater at Astor Place, something cool *NYU. We got the worst tickets at the last minute, and it was still fun! Otherwise,5pm show was sold out, ended at 6:30, and wondering how they *cleaned* the theater by the 8pm show? So gross, LOL.

    • 49erDweet says:

      You are soooo talented. And humble, too. /wink/

  2. DeniseVB says:

  3. AFVet says:

    Well I guess Maxine is feeling good about Bill O’Reilly being fired.
    Here’s some background on the crazy bitch.


  4. AFVet says:

    • swanspirit says:

      It’s amazing when you follow the money

    • cynic says:

      BAMN, By Any Means Necessary – did a little research yesterday on this group. Was surprised that they’ve been around as long as they have. They’ve picked up ‘steam’ in the days of Trump. With that many contributors, looks like we’ll be hearing from them more often.

  5. DeniseVB says:

    Way too young 😦

    • blowme0bama says:

      How weird. I haven’t thought of her in who knows when and just Friday I clicked on one of those clickbait things with “you won’t believe what Erin Moran is doing now”. Actually, I did believe it. She was photographed walking on the street after having been kicked out of her house trailer for getting in a fight with her mother in law.

  6. AFVet says:

  7. NBD says:

    I celebrated Earth Day by running over a rabbit. SPLAT! I have about a half gallon of nasty paint solvent that must be disposed — thinking I should dump it into the storm sewer, where it would flow into the local river. I don’t normally think it’s a good idea to pollute, but sometimes you have to do something to counter the snowflakes. If they’re pissed off. I’m happy.

  8. Dora says:

    Such sad news about Erin. I was just coming to post it myself.

  9. Dora says:

    Great idea. Dr. Carson was another good cabinet choice.


    Carson: HUD-Funded Projects Will Grow Jobs For Low-Income Americans

    Carson said using a rule that has been ignored for much of the past 50 years is part of his different approach to running the Department of Housing and Urban Development.

    “It’s not how many people we can get into public housing,” Carson said during an interview with Newsmax TV. “It’s how many people we can get out of it.”


  10. Dora says:

    There is only one choice. I pray that the voters do the right thing.

  11. Jadzia says:

    So my polling place was surprisingly busy, but that could be because we went right about the time the grocery stores close on Sundays, so the polls might have been getting a lot of foot traffic from people finishing up their errands. Anyway, although it would be nice to have as much WINNING as my friends in America, I continue to believe that the fix is in for Macron.

    I am hoping that LePen and MELENCHON make it through this round, because a LePen/Melenchon 2nd tour would be WILD: I don’t think the Socialists and the Republicans would collude to drag Melenchon over the finish line the way that they certainly would to help Macron or Fillon, and we could end up with some actual democracy happening. What a concept.

    • Anthony says:

      Must be an exciting and nerve wracking time for you and everyone else, so trtvand stay hopeful if you can.. Wishing you good luck. And thanks for the link to the Telegraph article you posted below. Comprehensive and quite interesting for me to read. Fills in a lot of blanks, and gives a great insight to all candidates

      • Jadzia says:

        I still think John Oliver described most of them the best. (Especially Macron, who I have a real hate-on for, in case nobody has noticed!)

        • Anthony says:

          He really trashed Le Pen (and Trump).

          I worked with him years ago. Odd guy when not on camera.

          • Jadzia says:

            That kind of comes through on screen. Isn’t he married to a lady who is a veteran?

          • Anthony says:

            Yes, he’s married to Iraq war veteran Kate Norley. I hope thats going well (for her sake lol). His interactive skills are a bit lacking – example: part of a writing ensemble, but ultimately submitted material that had nothing to do with the perspective we had agreed to work on. Not a team player, very guarded and more than a little passive/aggressive

    • votermom says:

      I am praying for France today.

      • Jadzia says:

        France, the wayward daughter of the Catholic Church. (I think officially it’s known as the “eldest” daughter, but let’s face it, it’s not like she’s behaved herself particularly well.)

      • Jadzia says:

        And thank you! We’ll probably need it even more AFTER the election. : (

    • Jadzia says:

      So I am going to London just for one night and am trying to pick a play because the other option is, I guess, drinking and getting into trouble. Here’s what is going on the night I’m going to be there, with everything that I am completely uninterested in filtered out. Has anybody seen the American productions of any of these shows? I am leaning toward the Book of Mormon and yes, I know it’s offensive.

      42nd Street
      An American in Paris
      Beautiful (the Carole King musical)
      Kinky Boots
      Les Miserables (yes, I have never seen this, or read the book, or seen the movie)
      The Book of Mormon
      The Braille Legacy
      Phantom of the Opera

      • lateblum says:

        So, have a wonderful time in Londan. When are you going? I’ve seen several (7, actually), probably not as many as Denise has seen. I loved Book of Mormon, so much that I saw it 3 times!
        I also loved Wicked. Way more than I thought. I wouldn’t even have seen it, but my brother and his wife had an extra ticket. It was wonderful. (It’s returning to Chicago this year and I plan to get my own ticket. )
        I’m also planning to see American in Paris later this year when it’s scheduled to be in Chicago.
        I think Book of Mormon (BOM) is what you’d enjoy the most.
        Wicked is great. See it if you can.
        Beautiful is also way better than I expected.

        Just have the very best time.❤️

        • Jadzia says:

          Wicked is kind of a second choice, probably for next time. Is it appropriate for children?

          I’m going at the beginning of June. Super excited!

          Glad to hear you liked BOM. Although I haven’t bought the ticket yet, I did pick a hotel that is super close to that theater.

          • lateblum says:

            I don’t recall all the details of Wicked, but I’d love to take my gbaby. I’m just not certain she’d be able to understand some of it. The lyrics to the music are quite challenging for a child who will likely be 7 by the time it Returns to Chicago. That said, I’d see lots of young girls with their moms at the theater when it played here a few years ago.
            How old are your little ones?

          • Jadzia says:

            The girls (and that’s who I am thinking of bringing) are 5 and 6 right now, if it’s summer 2018 it would be 6 and 8 (the older one has an early-summer birthday).

          • Somebody says:

            Wicked and BOM are both fine for kids. I took my daughter to see both, but as Leslie has already said it is irreverent so think about that aspect if you’re going to take your kids. I can’t believe you’ve never seen Les Mis and you live in France! That being said, you can watch the movie. You can watch Phantom on DVD too.

            You say Wicked is kind of a second choice. If I were taking kids it would be higher up my list. I assume your kids are familiar with The Wizard of Oz??

            Tickets may be scarce for some of the shows on the night you’re going, so that may end up having more influence than anything. No matter which show you end up seeing, I hope you have a great time!!

          • Jadzia says:

            Oh, I wasn’t clear: this trip is BY MYSELF. No kids! But the girls have been pestering me to go to London the next time they get a trip.

            You’re right about the ticket issue. Maybe I should get to stepping on making the $ to make that purchase. : )

          • lateblum says:

            That’s a tough call. I suppose it depends on how long they can sit still in a dark theater and how near to the stage the seats are. There is some overhead flying that takes place, so you wouldn’t want to be right up near the stage, or the magic of it would be lost. But the topic is timeless and there is nothing offensive to little girls, as I recall. Also, the message about how we treat one another is apropos any time, imho.
            You’ll know if they can manage as well as enjoy the experience when it’s time. I’m hoping my little one – the bigger of the two – can. We don’t often have these touring companies stay longer than a month.
            BOM was here for 2 years as was Wicked. I’d love to see Wicked stay here for a while. But with Hamilton taking up all the oxygen, and with the lImited number of theaters that can house large productions, I doubt Wicked, or American in Paris (also scheduled to play here this year) can stay longer than a very brief time.
            Sorry for the rambling…Enjoy the show! 😉💕

          • Jadzia says:

            Thanks for the info! I don’t really know anybody IRL who goes to the theater much.

          • jenlyn says:

            Wicked is the best thing I’ve ever seen besides for cats and my mother’s been to all the big she goes to everything she goes to the academy is the Oscars her best friend is some important person and I get drug called these things but Wicked is not only highly appropriate for children but it will make you cry it will make you laugh it will make you want to see it again

          • elliesmom says:

            I took my 8 year old grandson to see Wicked. Now he asks for theater tickets for his birthday.

          • Jadzia says:

            You are doing something right!!!! My 11 year old is a total Theater Kid, but he’s not so much into actually ATTENDING shows in which he is not actually performing. I took him to see Willy Wonka in London a few years ago and he liked it, but he still is just asking for a poutine dinner every time his birthday rolls around.

      • lateblum says:

        I had purchased the cast recording of BOM about 18 months before it ever came to Chicago. I knew every word of every song way before I saw the production itself. But even if I hadn’t known the songs, I’d have loved it. And yes, it is a “bit” irreverent. 😘

      • 1539days says:

        I saw Phantom, but it was in Toronto. That was a long time ago, too (Neve Campbell was in the chorus). I’m generally opposed to the concept of musicals, but the music was catchy,

      • John Denney says:

        I saw Les Miserables in London some years ago and thought it one of the best plays I’d ever seen.
        Then I saw The Phantom of the Opera. No comparison: The Phantom is far and away the best.

  12. Dora says:

    Melania always looks beautiful.


    What’s So Wrong with Melania Trump Dressing Like a Lady?

    As columnist Vanessa Friedman goes on to explain, such a wardrobe choice bucks recent fashion choices by first ladies at the Easter Egg Roll:


    • Anthony says:

      Have we really arrived at a place where a woman wearing a beautiful, feminine dress is being criticized for being too ‘gender specific’??? She’s a woman. A beautiful woman. Who obviously enjoys being a woman. After 8 years of looking at what may have very well been a tranny linebacker lumbering around in size 15 heels and unfortunate upholstery prints, it’s a breath of fresh air to see an impeccable attired FLOTUS hosting this event.

      • Jadzia says:

        Well, if it had been Caitlyn the media probably would’ve loved that floaty dress. I love Melania’s clothes, especially her crazy shoes. And I remind myself every time I see her in those spiky shoes that she is chauffered everywhere she goes and isn’t having to navigate miles of cobblestone streets in her Louboutins.

      • jenlyn says:

        Thank you for making my day with this comment it is my birthday today and I laughed out loud when I read it. I am a radical feminist but one immediate change change I want it for all women worldwide and I think there’s nothing wrong with a woman being someone that has nothing to do with them. I respect malania for many reasons she transformed her own life she found her power she is a strong woman raising strong children married to a strong woman holding her own she is now the first lady of the United States of America she is everything a Seminole should be and more well I believe inner beauty is even more important than outer beauty Mania Trump was gifted with both and she is a wonderful representation for this country

        • lateblum says:

          HAPPY BIRTHDAY !!!!
          I hope the coming year is really great and one that you will want to remember!
          (If I were on my iPad, I’d send you a little birthday cake, but I’m not so you’ll have to imagine it.) ❤

        • Anthony says:

          Happy birthday!

      • CiscoKid says:

        “Gender specific”? WTF is that nonsense? Women, men. Gotta problem with that? Talk to God, he did it not some fashion critic.
        Would the critics be happier if she dressed like a lumberjack?

        • Anthony says:

          Its all part of the collectivist effort to slowly and systematically dismantle any acknowledgement or consciousness of the personal ‘self’. Once people allow themselves to be reduced to generic beings with no unique characteristics, they’re much easier to manage, enslave and exploit. Just like sheep or zombies. This has been going on (in this country) since the 1920’s, and is the reason Ayn Rand’s “Atlas Shrugged” was (and still remains) infuriating to Marxists.

    • foxyladi14 says:

      I am thrilled to have some Class, Back in our House!!! 😀

  13. DandyTIger says:

    Great post about the current social justice trends bringing back the old nobility/peasant systems:


  14. Dora says:

    Sarah Palin calls out Bill O’Reilly accusers for opting to ‘stick around for a paycheck for years’ rather than stand up to Fox News host’s alleged sexual harassment


  15. Dora says:

    • Jadzia says:

      I am so not counting any chickens at this point. It’s hard to describe the strength of the propaganda machine that has been beating the drum for Macron for the last few months. I mean, you guys talk about how the mainstream media was in the bag for Obama for so long, but it is so much worse over here. Every single mainstream media outlet has been Macron Macron Macron basically 24/7 for months now. Even my local children’s bookstore put a NICE AND SUBTLE book in its front window titled something like “Papa, pourquoi as-tu voté pour Hitler?” I’m surprised a picture of Marine LePen’s face was not taped onto the cover.

      • 1539days says:

        I really hope I didn’t translate that right.

        When do the polls close? / results come out?

        • Jadzia says:

          What did you translate? The polls close at 8pm our time (I think), which would be 2pm in New York and you can do the math for the rest of the USA.

        • Jadzia says:

          Oh, I am guessing you meant the book title. Yes, you translated that right! I did not purchase a copy for my children.

  16. taw46 says:

  17. Jadzia says:

    And if you’re seeing anything about the shooting in Rouen, it sounds like that was just a score-settling thing between two guys. Not election related. It’s weird to live in a country where every. single. shooting makes the national news. It sure wasn’t like that back in Chicago!

    • 1539days says:

      Gee, and here I thought only Americans shot each other with guns.

      • Jadzia says:

        It doesn’t happen very much here. Contrary to the stereotypes, though, lots of people have firearms here. My FIL has a (responsibly stored) locker full of them. It does tend to be more of a rural thing, in places where people still hunt, but sport shooting (“ball trap”) is a thing everywhere but the biggest cities.

    • lateblum says:

      These days, if the national news were to focus on every shooting in Chicago, that’s all they’d be reporting. Every day,I am more and more repulsed to hear of the shootings taking place. It is shocking. The disregard for human life by the groups involved in the murders here is beyond all belief.
      People are driving around looking for someone to shoot. Yesterday, a man shot and killed a 23y/o truck driver from FL on one of the expressways here. The same morning, a different driver stopped on a highway exit ramp, left his car and shot the driver of the car in front of him. This morning, a report of police stopping a car for some reason, and found a loaded gun hidden under an infant’s car seat. The infant was in the seat. They also found drugs.

      • Jadzia says:

        Good Lord. I thought things were bad in the ’80s and ’90s. Obviously the gangs were in full-scale war 24/7, but the worst things that I remember were (a) Dantrell Davis, the little boy who was shot while his mother was walking him to school near the projects; (b) Dana Feitler, the girl who was about a week away from starting business school at U of C when she was murdered downtown by 3 men after being forced to withdraw money from the ATM; and (c) (this one is less awful but too close to home) the day that a lady got carjacked at the busy intersection on 55th right in front of Walgreens IN BROAD DAYLIGHT in a relatively safe part of Hyde Park. I thought things had gotten better in Chicago. Is crack back?

        • lateblum says:

          Not crack. But hard drugs nonetheless. Who knows what lurks in the black hearts of these wannabe people. I think hatred and vengeance with a smattering of blood-lust. (Spell check wouldn’t let me make it a compound word, so I had to hyphenate.)
          We still have shootings on playgrounds and carjackings in broad daylight. In fact, someone tried to hijack a car and pulled the driver out (his wife and kids were still in the car). When the thug found out the car was a stick shift, he shot and killed the owner and left the wife and kids to clean up the blood. Of course, the thug hasn’t been caught. CPD doesn’t catch anyone. I don’t think they even try.

  18. Jadzia says:

    Maybe I’m tired, but I found the pictures of the Orthodox nuns in Israel and the nuns in other places coming out to vote strangely moving. That said, I am very nervous about all the articles that have suddenly appeared in the last day or so saying that Marine might win. Seems like a last-ditch effort by the media to turn out the anti-Marine vote.


  19. Jadzia says:

    Okay, I’m going to stop droning on about the elections. Am just posting a comment from the Telegraph that is, probably, 100% right:

    Tom Cullem 23 Apr 2017 4:17PM

    Macron and Le Pen are leading by perhaps 3-4pts., which isn’t that much. The second round is likely to be Le Pen and Macron, but that is far from assured. If Le Pen does make it to the second round, she has no chance whatsoever against Macron. She has been consistently 20-30pts behind him in the polls. The truth is, if Le Pen makes it to the second round, and if she breaks 30% in the second round, she will still have won something even if she loses. It will be better than the FN has ever done. The winner, whom I expect to be Macron, will ignore that message at his peril.

    To Macron, the EU is more important than France and he will be happy to see his country continue to trot along behind Germany like the poor relation it has become, pandering to the global corporatists at the expense of those who don’t live inside the Paris peripherique, ruining their culture with mass immigration, throwing up their hands and shrugging their shoulders at Islamist terrorism. . .

    Macron has never held elected office, was a Hollande appointee, is an investment banker, and only cares about global business. He’s an opportunist who was in the right place at the right time. By the time the next elections in 2022 roll around, the French will have gotten exactly what they deserve: more of everything they SAY the don’t want, but aren’t willing to vote against.

    Bon apetit.

    • lateblum says:

      Thank you, Jadzia. I am going to share this with a friend of mine who is nothing if not a Francophile. She loathes Le Pen and compares voting for Le Pen with voting for DJTRump whom she dislikes even more. She views a nationalist spirit as being racist and fascist. I hope she sees something new in what you say.

    • CiscoKid says:

      Thank you Zadzia, I would have missed that. That’s why I stop here every day.

  20. helenk3 says:


    for the history lovers.
    what great men we had that gave so much for our freedom.

    • CiscoKid says:

      If I remember correctly, the Declaration on display in the National Archives was found in a safe and again accidentally discovered.
      I think it was even folded.

    • Constance says:

      To me it looks like FOX is staying conservative but going younger. They got rid of both Gretta and Bill O’Reilly and are filling in with younger people. It will be interesting to see if they stick with the dress code or open it up a little.

  21. helenk3 says:

    In the last post I posted a link to an isis attack in Russia and commented on why we should work with Russia to beat them.
    An old movie was on tv last night called Action in the North Atlantic with Bogart. It was a about a convoy of merchant ships delivering supplies to Russia from the USA.
    If we could join together with Russia at that time after she was an ally of Hitler until he attacked her, why could we not do the same to defeat a common enemy now?
    In my career I learned a very important lesson a common goal can make people of all different ideas, races, sexes work together. The do not have to be friends, or socialize with one another, or have the same core beliefs , they just have to work together to accomplish one thing. For me it was to get the train across the road on time and safely. Every day people do this.

    • CiscoKid says:

      Yes, why not?
      Right now it’s isis that is making attacks and killing people in Europe, not the Russians.
      Attacks have already taken place in America and have no doubt, more are coming.
      We need allies, and they need us in fighting this scourge.
      I realize that there is a bigger geo-political matters but right now, right now Isis must be destroyed.
      I’d rather fight them over there than here.

    • blowme0bama says:

      Unfortunately, our first enemy is globalism, which resides in the swamp and precludes us from going after our common enemy, mohamadism.

  22. gram krakka says:

    Interesting perspective on French election candidates. I don’t know enough about any of the candidates and the French in general to have a dog in this fight, but creeping acceptance of socialism anywhere does concern me about its potential affect on the USA long term.


  23. Dora says:

    Here’s How Much The FBI Planned To Pay Trump Dossier Author

    New details are emerging about the FBI’s arrangement with the former British spy who compiled the infamous opposition research dossier on Donald Trump.


  24. CiscoKid says:

    For the Chelsa fans…😂

  25. Dora says:

  26. gram krakka says:

    My son-in-law’s step-grandfather, EDG, was a spy post WWII in France when the USA was concerned that France would embrace communism. He understood the French and spoke their language so well that he was able to live amongst them undetected. I can’t even really imagine what it must have been like to live and travel through war ravaged Europe after WWII. The so called Cold War was about stopping the spread of communism. We were in a high stakes competition with the Russian bear for saving western civilization from Stalin’s evil spread of communism.

    In the 1960’s, EDG served as CIA’s DOCI (Director of the Office of Current Intelligence), whose responsibilities included the preparation of the President’s Daily Briefing. The link is to one of his published works written probably more for intelligence professionals than the general pubic.


    The Government of France
    This booklet is an introduction to French government and politics, part of a series organized as a comparative study of world governments today. It sketches the historical background of the French nation and people and then proceeds to an analysis of formal institutions and the functions of government in all areas.

    The risks of writing on the French scene are well known to all professionals in the field. Even as this volume was being prepared for the printer, reasonable men might have doubted that its subject, de Gaulle’s Republic, would survive through the processes of printing, binding, and distribution. The author found that it was difficult, even in the face of this possibility, to separate man from institution, not to include the imposing figure of the General on almost every page. Nevertheless, he is hopeful that some of the seemingly ineradicable elements of French political life, which even the Fifth Republic is likely to leave unchanged, come clear. He is equally hopeful that the uniqueness — and hence possibly the brittleness — of the Fifth Republic’s political mores have been so exposed as to offer a reader living perhaps in the presence of the Sixth Republic an interesting historical commentary.
    E. D. G., JR.
    Alexandria, Virginia, June, 1961

  27. gram krakka says:

    EDG had an extensive collection of research materials on French labor history.


    In spring 2004, I acquired a collection of books on French labor history from the estate of EDG Jr., author of The Fate of the French Non-Communist Left (Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, 1955). All are paperbound books and most are printed on the rather flimsy paper that was available to French printers during and immediately after World War II. This list is offered as an aide to scholars who may have difficulty locating these works elsewhere. If you would like to try and arrange an opportunity to consult one or more of these works, send an email to jjones@wcupa.edu. Include your contact information, a statement of the purpose of your research and the results of any previous efforts you have made to locate the work(s) that interest you.

    • lateblum says:

      I’m not smart enough to make an intelligent comment other than thank you for both comments. I took a detour to read about EDG as I had no idea who that was. (As I said, “not smart enough”) My son’s good friend’s (from h.s.) father was chancellor at Princeton and possibly when EDG was around.

  28. Dora says:

    It looks like those Russians are still at it.


    Wash Post poll hides: Trump still beats Clinton, 43%-40%


  29. foxyladi14 says:

    Glory Glory Hallelujah!!!

  30. taw46 says:

    Reports that Le Pen has made it into the second round of voting.

  31. Dora says:

    Oh no! This just can’t be!

  32. mothy67 says:

    I feel bad for Erin Moran. She was a child star. Where were the adults. Abby Lee Miller attends softball games. She is nice. Dance Moms is performance.

  33. mothy67 says:

    My turd has discovered Blondie. If she gets Led Zep my head will pop off and roll down the street. Puke was in her room singing “when I met you in the restaurant you could tell I was no debutante. Beep beep. Dreaming is free””

    No. I want her singing Frozen. Not disco punk rock.

    • Jadzia says:

      I can’t watch or listen to anything Frozen, because I start crying 5 seconds in and cannot stop. Naturally, the girls love it.

      • mothy67 says:

        How many do you have? I only gots me one. She relishes sarcasm. She is confounded that her great gay uncle loves Dolly, Michelle Pfiefer and Debbie Harry. I’m gay not dead. . Pfiefer and Sharon Stone are hot. Empirically they smoke.

        • Jadzia says:

          2 girls. And 3 boys.

          • mothy67 says:

            Wow. I deal with one. No way I could do 5. I am one of 6. Financially I could not. Cheers to you.

          • mothy67 says:

            I am near tears every time I go grocery shopping . So expensive. I weep as I swipe. I am only feeding one kid. You have 5. I would have congestive heart failure. Everything sucks. Milk is like 5 dollars a gallon. I am in awe of you. Wow you are profound. I wake up and I am tired I have one child. I need to grow up. Call my pity party a close. I need to be thankful. Kid is a superstar. So what she was thrown away today matters not yesterday. Two months she joined Anoush so he could do back flips. We went an hour early to tae kwon do three times a week so she could help him. They gave her 20 in a card. My kid is very special. She is kind. I would ask for nothing else. My brat is kind. I have won the fucking lottery.

          • Jadzia says:

            It’s not uncommon for kids from big families to not have big families themselves! I’m a freak in this regard, having 5 brothers and sisters myself. The food bills are not too bad; I do vegetarian meals at least a few times a week,so that helps, and the youngest 4 were all born within a period of 5 years, so they entertain each other! At least when they are not trying to beat the shit out of each other.

            You’re right about how crazy expensive the activities get, though. I take anybody who wants to go running with me in the hopes of avoiding a request to join an expensive sport.

          • Jadzia says:

            If it’s any consolation, I found it way more tiring to have 1 kid than it is to have a bunch.

  34. Jadzia says:

    Macron 23,8
    LePen 21,6
    Fillon 20,3
    Mélenchon 19,6

  35. CiscoKid says:

    RSBN.TV is carrying live election results

  36. Jadzia says:

    French twitter is going bat shit crazy

  37. CiscoKid says:

    Lifted from ZeroHedge
    Macron, Le Pen Take Lead In French Presidential Election: Live Feed

    The first results are in and according to IPSOS exit polls, Macron leads with 23.7% of the vote, Le Pen is second with 21.7%, with Fillon and Mellenchon tied for third at 19.5%. However, according to official results, from the French interior ministry, Le Pen is leading with 24.3% of the vote, Macron is at 21.4%, while Fillon has 20.3%.
    APR 23, 2017 1:33 PM

  38. mothy67 says:

    I am meeting my bff at Bad Decisions. They have bacon martinis. Her husband is running against Mosley. He worked at The Haugue and was an ADA in Manhattan. I snorted cocaine off Jade Sterlings inner thigh. I was doing blow in ladies room long before the cool kids. I have grown up. I have a kid.
    How funny

    • mothy67 says:

      It only gets better. I played Pretty Poison because I was snorting coke at Revival with lead singer in 1985. The video kept playing. Taylor Dayne, Jodi Whatley and lisa Stanfield. I should just die. It can’t get any better. Okay I was wrong. So wrong. We are Family by Sister Sledge came on. I grew up in Pittsburgh. Willy Stargell. I was at World Series.

  39. DandyTIger says:

    Macron and Le Pen look to be pretty solid now as 1st and 2nd in the first round. Marcon looks to be able to have a large win in the second round. Macron is a big finance/bank globalist guy. And as Jadzia has been saying for quite a while, the fix is in. So the interesting bit will be the damage to the more standard parties that lost, and what percentage Le Pen gets in the second round, which will make a difference going forward. The other interesting thing will be watching how the French economy does in the next few years of Macron. If things don’t get better, it could be Le Pen next.

  40. Dora says:


    • lateblum says:

      She ought to go back to those “hard drugs” she talked about. She’d prolly make more sense than she does now.

  41. CiscoKid says:

    Fillion quits, calls to vote for Macron next election cycle.(BBC)

    • Jadzia says:

      This is right out of the standard playbook. The last time the fn did well, in the regional elections a few months after the terrorist attacks, the socialists and republicans joined forces to defeat them.

  42. Dora says:

  43. Dora says:

    So maybe they don’t want to get raped in the streets!


    Le Pen Attracts Millions Of French Women With Anti-Immigration Agenda

    • Underwhelmed says:

      Oh, how racist of them. And Islamaphobic. And bigoted. Don’t they know it’s their duty to put out for the poor disadvantaged immigrants?

    • jenlyntx says:

      Bullcrapola. It is not anti immigrant it is ANTI REFUGEE (which is code word for MUSLIMS). They are anti being raped, anti sharia law, anti men who want sharia law, anti women who go along with sharia law, and anti a dangerous misogynistic anti democratic mindset whose end goal is death to all infidels and that means YOU. Wake up people this is the time to get real and get straight and get right. GO LE PEN!!

  44. CiscoKid says:

    Mon cher💘🇫🇷

  45. Dora says:

    • CiscoKid says:

      If the police are to afraid of administering some wood shampoos, then at least some OC.
      Backing off only encourages these losers.

  46. Dora says:

  47. Dora says:

    This should be fun.


    Trump to host conservative media at reception

    President Donald Trump will welcome members of the conservative media for a small reception at the White House on Monday.

    Among those attending: One America News Network, The Daily Caller and Breitbart, as well as some columnists and talk radio hosts.


  48. mothy67 says:

    Good lord in heaven. My kid not my kid is funny. I ‘ve gone through not nice things. I have always had humor. No one could end me because I laughed. It was so much fun being a gay guy in a steel town. I had oodles of fun. Not really. People pissing on your face is not fun. Kid searches netflix to find one star movies. She then laughs at how bad they are. We watched Stiches last night. It might be worst horror movie ever made. She was crying laughing at how bad it was. Sure I fuck up. It’s not easy raising a girl. I am so far from pussy hats. Never would I want her to pull an Ashley Judd. I give her all I have. Ashley is sad. Maybe someone hurt her in an awful way. Get to living. She can make the world a better place.

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