T.O.O.T.


The Official Democrat Talking Points are out (“Harvey Weinstein is a despicable pig . . . just like Trump!“) but so far none of the brave souls coming forward to share their personal experiences with Dirty Harvey are naming any other names. I guess old Harv was the only sexual predator in Hollywood.

Me and Mom are having chili burgers for dinner. I do almost all the cooking now. I am gradually taking over more and more responsibilities. It’s like the reverse of raising kids.


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134 Responses to T.O.O.T.

  1. Anthony says:

    Speaking of cooking, how did your cookies turn out?

  2. Venus E. Lee says:

    • SHV says:

      Players need to up the stakes; they can’t let Goodell and 32 White Racist team owners deprive them of their right to correct Social Injustice. The owners don’t understand their culture; can’t smoke weed, can’t protest, can’t dance in the end zone….What’s next????

  3. Venus E. Lee says:

    Ho Lee Phuc

  4. votermom says:

    Did you sprinkle some weed on the burgers?

  5. Myiq2xu™ says:

  6. Myiq2xu™ says:

    Read this whole thread.

  7. Myiq2xu™ says:

  8. DandyTIger says:

  9. Myiq2xu™ says:

  10. Venus E. Lee says:

  11. Venus E. Lee says:

  12. Myiq2xu™ says:

    • DandyTIger says:

      Getting out before the rest of his money is gone. Of course she was complicit for all those decades. But hey, resist democracy, amiright.

      • Lulu says:

        Her problem is that she cashed “in” knowing full well was a piece of filth he is. That makes cashing “out” much more difficult because she is complicit.

  13. mothy says:

    Wouldn’t be great if Trump opened an inquiry into sexual misconduct of minors in L A.

  14. Myiq2xu™ says:

  15. swanspirit says:

    https://www.newyorker.com/news/news-desk/from-aggressive-overtures-to-sexual-assault-harvey-weinsteins-accusers-tell-their-stories/amp
    In this article is an actual tape of Weinstein intimidating a woman.
    I tried to just bring the audio, but my kindle wasn’t cooperating. Just listening to the tape was chilling. How many times did she have to say “I don’t want to” ? What a bastard. What a fucking stone cold bastard.

    • Island Girl says:

      Loud and clear….horrible scum bag. Someone should take him out hunting. EVIL

      • Lulu says:

        He is a power tripper. He thinks he is smarter than everyone else. Getting away with it is most of his enjoyment. He likes making people (men and women) uncomfortable or scared. Then he goes and sucks up to other “powerful” people as a great joke. Going to a sex clinic is not going to change his base behavior.

  16. swanspirit says:

  17. Venus E. Lee says:

    Amen

    Any President who can't handle multiple disasters and still mock his enemies while tweeting on the toilet is no president of mine. https://t.co/cf36k3s3NM— Scott Adams (@ScottAdamsSays) October 10, 2017

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  18. helenk3 says:

    SJW lesson on taking down an armed person

    • Myiq2xu™ says:

      I would have grabbed that fire extinguisher off the wall and hit him in the head repeatedly until I left a big dent in it.

      • Lulu says:

        How did he get 9 inches away from the shooter? They left out that part which is the part where he gets his head blow off from about 25 feet away.

  19. Myiq2xu™ says:

    • Lulu says:

      If it is in the terms of their employment and they don’t like it can’t they quit? Yes. Then they don’t have to “compulsory” tribute anything. They voluntarily agree to the terms of their employment. They are not compulsory football players. No one made them sign the contract for millions. If they play shitty football they get cut, no money and they don’t protest that.

  20. Myiq2xu™ says:

    In all those pics with Dirty Harvey I have not seen a single one where Emma Watson looks like she is enjoying herself. She looks like a hostage.

    • Lulu says:

      But the self righteous little virtue signalling twit went along with it. There is no proggy policy disaster that she doesn’t blab about in her hypocrisy. The money’s great, so is the ego stroking, and the fake praise over how “intelligent” she is. Now she is caught out as a hypocrite or something worse.

  21. Lulu says:

    The liars, freaks, ho’s and ho-men, pervs, and scumbags of Hollyweird and the “arts” are exposed. Coming so quickly after exposing the media and professional sports it is a very interesting cultural shift. Not only are they exceptionally stupid, ill informed, self interested, and perverse, they went TOO FAR. Being lectured by dipshits, creeps, ignorant assholes, and ego maniacs is over. Having a plastic surgery enhanced face or body or being willing to show your bare ass on video is not a qualification of wisdom, moral rectitude, or font of information. Since they are so compromised it is interesting that they pick up “causes” like new socks to avoid their facing their own complicity. I suggest psychiatrists and keeping their mouths shut.

    The cultural shift made the expose possible. Falling ratings and movie ticket sales diluted their power and influence so it all could be exposed. NFL, news, and movie/TV is all media and interconnected. It is rotten and imploding. But the falling revenues came first because it is crap and went too far. Businesses who diss their customers fail. The customers don’t need them, they need the customers.

  22. Lulu says:

    Harvey has been bribing pols to keep the coppers off his ass. Pols control police and prosecutors. They all went along. This of course was more power tripping for him. Now the pols are caught too.

  23. DeniseVB says:

    Our Prezzy…..<3

  24. Dora says:

    This is interesting. I love stuff like this, though I’m sorry it took a hurricane to bring it about.

    ==

    Buoy drifts to South Florida after hurricane, shrouded in Soviet-Cuban mystery
    http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/buoy-drifts-to-south-florida-after-hurricane-shrouded-in-soviet-cuban-mystery/ar-AAtf8fa?li=BBnb7Kz&ocid=LENOVOSIGDHP17

    • DeniseVB says:

      One the Carolina beaches had a body that was buried at sea wash up. Some poor family’s going to have to go through the burial again it seems.

  25. DeniseVB says:

    Ouch.

  26. votermom says:

  27. Dora says:

    Don’t listen to the rumors.

  28. votermom says:

    thoughts on Harvey from MZB’s daughter/victim Moira Greyland

  29. Dora says:

    A Catholic magazine invited Milo to do an interview and now refuses to publish it. Go figure.

    ==

    The Catholic Magazine Interview with MILO They Refuse To Print
    https://milo.yiannopoulos.net/2017/10/the-catholic-magazine-interview-with-milo-they-refuse-to-print/

  30. Dora says:

    The Democrats’ IT scandal just got even more bizarre

    Perhaps you’ve lost track of the Democrats slowly exploding IT scandal, as much of the media is doing all it can to simply ignore it away.

    I’m referring to the strange case of Imran Awan, the IT aide Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, D-Fla., kept on her congressional payroll even after it became known he and his wife, Hina Alvi Awan, were being investigated by the Capitol Police for possible theft, fraud, moving terabytes of data off Congress’s system and more.

    http://www.foxnews.com/opinion/2017/10/10/democrats-it-scandal-just-got-even-more-bizarre.html

  31. Dora says:

    I didn’t watch the debate, but from what I saw on this morning’s news clips, it was a circus.

  32. DeniseVB says:

    I used to like Eminem 😦

    • mothy says:

      His spiel back in 2002 with 8 Mile was entertaining. He was 29, he’s now 44. His manner of expression seems juvenile.

      • DeniseVB says:

        8 Mile was such an inspiring movie about rising out of the ghetto ashes by pursuing your dream and not giving up, especially as a white boy in a black culture. He just seems angry now and paying tribute to Colin’s whacky protest just seemed out of place and disturbing.

        • dm says:

          I really don’t have a problem with an artist “expressing themselves”, as long as I have the option to say “no thanks”. Entertainers also have to try to remain “relevant” to the times…as was mentioned above, he is much older now and there are plenty of younger rappers salivating to take his place. I understand sometimes it’s a business decision, kind of like Kathy Griffin…funny thing I have noticed this season on TV there are a lot of shows that revolve around special forces, navy seals, etc. While middle America is unwashed, ignorant, Trump voters, they apparently realize that we are also the people who watch these shows…it’s all about the money, IMO.

          • DeniseVB says:

            I don’t do boycotts I just lose interest 🙂 I seriously support good products and service, I’ll probably never,ever give up Amazon, but I can see why businesses/celebrities should be careful who they align with politically. I learned that at my dd’s bike shop who didn’t allow any kind of activist/political stuff at the shop. Even though her two mechanics would leave every day and go straight to OWS for the night, they just couldn’t talk to the customers about it. I couldn’t wait to ask them to explain OWS to me, since everyone else told me to “wait for it”. They laughed, had no clue, but the food was free and the girls were “easy”. LOL, no wonder OWS was a miserable failure.

  33. Dora says:

  34. votermom says:

    Moira said it’s ok to share via copy & paste, the post is friends only

    Musing on Weinstein.
    As the child of famous gay authors, I saw many people unable and unwilling to protest about the things they did. My earliest attempts to intervene were disastrous, and I spent most of my teens on couches trying to sidestep the whole business.
    I called the police on my father and he was jailed for molesting first one boy, then another victim came forward.
    Yet there were many other victims who refused to testify. He died in 1993, and even now, almost nobody can talk about what happened.
    When my book, The Last Closet, is released, I think it is entirely possible that other victims might feel safe about coming forward with their stories.
    But rather than attacking the ones who could not talk then, it might be better to try to understand why we do not talk.
    When a person is famous, it is understood that that person is more important. It was for that reason that although I turned my father in for molesting a boy in 1989, I did not talk about what either of my parents had done to me until 2014, long after their deaths.
    Why now?
    Because the secret, and the cost of keeping it, ended up being the biggest thing in my life. Talking about what happened lanced a very old abscess, and enabled me to go on with my life without the secret between me and every other form of expression.
    I will not vilify those who cannot talk, or only now find themselves able to talk.
    Let us encourage them, and allow the healing to continue.
    As to the ones who did not intervene, when I was little, the adults who suspected, and even those who tried to go to the cops were told that they would not be believed, because my mother was so famous.
    There are so many people who are silenced, if not by police, by threats of legal action.
    Once more, remember that the assumption is that the rich, famous person is more important, which means what we see and feel means NOTHING.
    Let us make room for other people to come forward, even if we wish they had done so years ago. Fear is a powerful emotion.

  35. Dora says:

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  37. votermom says:

    So my doctor put me back on blood pressure meds, it’s a different one, and since I started it yesterday I feel so tired and sleepy.

    • mothy says:

      Propanolol was bell.

      • votermom says:

        she has me on losartan (Cozaar). I asked her for a lower dose than she originally wanted to give. It’s got my bp down but I just have to adjust to it *fingers crossed*

        haven’t tried propanolol

        • Myiq2xu™ says:

          I saw something that listed the top ten prescribed medications. I take four of them.

        • lateblum says:

          Good for you trying new meds. I hope they are effective for you and that the side effects go away quickly.
          I finally convinced my MD to change my bp meds. I’m currently on Amlodipine (Norvasc). I’ve had a dry cough for over ten years, and by the end of the day my ankles are twice their original size (maybe 3times, even). She had me wearing those ungodly compression stockings. They worked to keep down the swelling. But I wanted to take care of the CAUSE of the swelling. (Besides, after my back surgery it is difficult to bend on one side to get those suckers on and off)
          I have to wait until November after all yesterday’s test results are in and she can review the possibilities.
          What was the name of the bp medication you just dropped?

          • votermom says:

            my previous medicine was Lisinopril Hctz. It was ok except for giving me an occasional scratchy throat(sometimes coughing fits) and having to pee in the middle of the night

  38. SHV says:

    Donald J. Trump ✔@realDonaldTrump
    With all of the Fake News coming out of NBC and the Networks, at what point is it appropriate to challenge their License? Bad for country!
    8:55 AM – Oct 11, 2017
    ****
    MSM FCC license, NFL tax breaks….Trump cuts through the bullshit and goes for the jugular!!

  39. CiscoKid says:

    Lifted from SecondCityCop
    “Before the Las Vegas massacre began, a wounded Mandalay Bay hotel security guard called hotel officials to warn them about a gunman on the 32nd floor, an investigator told the Los Angeles Times on Tuesday.

    But police did not arrive at the room where the guard had been shot until after Stephen Paddock had finished a 10-minute shooting spree on a crowd gathered below for a country music festival, the investigation now shows.

    The revelation that hotel security had been alerted comes a day after Las Vegas police changed their timeline of how the Route 91 Harvest country music festival massacre started on Oct. 1 — not with an attack on a crowd along the Strip at 10:05 p.m., but with the shooting of Mandalay Bay security guard Jesus Campos inside the hotel about six minutes before.
    So six minutes before the terrorist rained death down on the crowd, an unarmed security guard got shot AND alerted his bosses of a problem on the 32nd Floor. And the gunman only fired for about ten minutes, leaving behind hundreds, if not thousands of rounds of un-expended ordinance for reasons unknown.

    The more time that passes without even a hint of a motive, the more conspiracy theories that pop up. We understand an investigation of this magnitude takes time, but giving out completely wrong information and then contradicting it does no one any favors, in Vegas or in any investigative capacity nationwide.”

  40. Dora says:

    Be grateful for what we were spared.

    • DeniseVB says:

      She already did later yesterday, via a flak’s twitter account, not her own. I think it was posted in the last thread? Remember, Weinstein bundled and donated $1.4 million for her, will she give it back? Oh the drama 🙂

  41. DeniseVB says:

    LOL, maybe Obama had to destroy all his records after Trump won !

    • Jeffhas says:

      Of course there will be no records. They will only have narratives, and those could be challenged by records.

      • lateblum says:

        That was reported months ago. The records will be digital and will be held in a depository somewhere else. One will have to request the specific records one wants. There will be no perusing through information.
        All this from the “most transparent president/administration ever”.
        BTW, I did read something about a basketball court as well as a golf course (or 2). There is a plan for classes to “teach activism and strategies” to “future generations” of activists. This is simply bullsh!t from the biggest bullsh!ter ever seen. My sources were theTribune and the SunTimes.
        Residents on the South side are not happy. They see themselves being pushed out of their homes with jobs going to unions/trained workers. Most of the (minority) residents are not union members or trained construction workers. People are demanding “written promises” of job training and contracts going to minority owned and local companies.
        They don’t trust him either.

    • Dora says:

      “Instead, the facility will be a play-land of sorts complete with a basketball court, recording studio, and a garden for children”.

      OANN is usually reliable, but this sounds like a joke. It has to be fake news.

  42. cynic says:

    I remember Gwyneth Paltrow winning the Oscar for Shakespeare in Love, over Saving Private Ryan. I saw both, and thought to myself, “huh”

    One could say that Harvey paid for Gwyneth’s silence, by buying her an Oscar. In light of the facts that are coming out, it’s always fun to go back and read old articles, like this one:

    Harvey Weinstein, the co-founder of Miramax and the current co-chairman of the Weinstein Company, pioneered the modern Oscar campaign. Through a mix of big schmoozy events, whisper campaigns, and old-school cold-calling, Weinstein has developed a reputation over the last 25 years for getting award nominations. The results speak for themselves, with his films having secured more than 300 Academy Award nominations to date.
    (…)
    — Weinstein spent a record amount of money to secure a Shakespeare upset over the heavy favorite Saving Private Ryan. Finke: “True independents might spend up to $250,000 on an Oscar campaign; the majors, $2 million. Miramax is estimated by competitors to have spent at least $5 million on its campaign for Shakespeare.” Jeffrey Katzenberg, head of DreamWorks, the studio behind Saving, admitted to the New YorkTimes that Weinstein’s spending made them spend more just to compete.
    http://www.vulture.com/2014/01/miramax-oscar-campaigns-harvey-weinstein-timeline.html

    • lyn says:

      McNorman posted this at Big Pink.

      • cynic says:

        So given all the comments/jokes about this guy, how could the Obama’s let Malia intern for him. Guessing it has to do with all the campaign contributions/fundraisers. Wonder if he had donated already to Obama’s library?

  43. cynic says:

    Thanks everyone for the Anniversary wishes last week. I took a day off from babysitting, and we went away for the day. I don’t know if I mentioned it, but my hubby retired 6/1, so now we share the computer. I spend most time on my tablet and don’t like writing/posting anything on that. My bad for taking so long to thank you all.

    I’m really enjoying the posts and comments. You guys are great!! I still read, but seldom get the chance to write.

  44. DeniseVB says:

    It’s a rap battle 🙂

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