I’ll pass. Too much SJW gives me gas.

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  1. 1539days says:

    Isn’t Black Panther just an African Wolverine?

  2. Propertius says:

    Here’s what I don’t get. As I understand it (not being a comic book aficionado), Black Panther comes from a hidden, super-advanced African civilization which conceals itself from the world at large (and particularly from its squalid surroundings). In other words, rather than using their wealth and advanced technology to alleviate the crushing burden of poverty, famine, and disease that afflicts much of Africa, BP and his wealthy pals are just chilling behind some impenetrable wall snickering at the suffering of their neighbors. And, of course, he’s an absolute hereditary monarch.

    And this reprehensible character is supposed to be a hero?

    Surely I have misunderstood something about the mythos.

  3. DeniseVB says:

    PJW on Black Panther, the SJW’s are going to be disappointed 😀

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  6. swanspirit says:

    A Trump supporter dating site!!!

  7. Myiq2xu™ says:

    I am DVRing about 20 movies this weekend on free HBO. I have already seen most of them before.

    I am watching reruns of NYPD Blue.
    (Andy Sipowicz is my spirit animal)

  8. Myiq2xu™ says:

    • SHV says:

      Great idea!! Remove the police presence around the UT campus.

      “For Knoxville, we found that the violent crime rate is one of the highest in the nation, across communities of all sizes (both large and small). Violent offenses tracked included rape, murder and non-negligent manslaughter, armed robbery, and aggravated assault, including assault with a deadly weapon.”


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  10. Underwhelmed says:

    Black Panther isn’t bad. I didn’t feel bashed by the SJW agenda at all. It’s not perfect, it’s not the greatest film ever and not the best Marvel film, IMO, but it’s not dreadful.

  11. swanspirit says:

    One night, when I was super bored with what was on the tube, I saw Django Unchained was on TV, so out of curiosity, I watched it. I was underwhelmed, and unimpressed.
    It reminded me of spaghetti westerns, because the characters, and the action, were so exaggerated.
    My overall impression was that the movie was so over hyped, it bordered on the ridiculous.
    Now, if I had tweeted that, or posted it on Facebook, sure, I would have been called a raycyst, etc. etc. Some people may have agreed with me, maybe.
    I have a feeling, that the same is true of The Black Panther movie. It’s about a comic book character, and not a terribly unusual one. It’s probably good that young black kids have a comic book hero that they can identify with, as black, but he isn’t the first. I think other, better ones have preceded him in film and on TV
    This movie, and this character, are just over hyped to hell.

    • Myiq2xu™ says:

      I have spent years developing my curmudgeonly persona, so I’m allowed to hate everything. Add to that the fact that I am a cheapskate. I generally prefer rewatching older movies to watching new ones. Every year a few movies come along that are worth rewatching, but most of them are crap.

      I have not seen anything about Black Panther that appeals to me.

      Lots of today’s movies are designed to appeal to the video game generations – a couple hours of non-stop action and gore. Plots are just a premise, like in porn movies.

      • swanspirit says:

        Very few new movies make it to my must see, or even want to see list. I am perfectly willing to wait and see them on TV.
        Black Panther isn’t on any of my lists. It just doesn’t interest me, just like the fifty shades movies don’t interest me.

        • Myiq2xu™ says:

          Most of the new movies I start to watch I end up turning off. These are movies I DVR’ed and didn’t like. I am 0-5 so far this weekend, and that doesn’t include Wonder Woman.

          1. Snatched
          2. Going In Style
          3. John Wick 2
          4. The Mummy
          5. First Kill

          • Propertius says:

            As a movie, I thought WW was, well, terrible. Gal Gadot was fantastic, but I thought the writing and direction were ghastly. I thought Chris Pine just basically phoned in his performance. I thought moving WW from World War 2 to World War 1 was pointless and silly – and it basically wrecks the whole mythos. WW was *created* as anti-Nazi propaganda. Why change that for no reason? Besides, I would have liked to see an Israeli take on the Wehrmacht. 😉

      • Miranda says:

        I wouldn’t have minded watching WW or BP off Netflix, just for a fun popcorn movie. However, I heard too much about how important and transformative they were, so now, I don’t care. Plus, Marvel and its actors have been so hysterical about Trump, I don’t feel like giving them my money.

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  13. Myiq2xu™ says:

    What a fucking retard.

  14. AFVet says:


    • swanspirit says:

      I am not a lawyer. But I do know, that as a nurse, if I did not perform my duties, to the expected standard of care; if I neglected to do something, that resulted in harming a patient in my care, I could be held liable, and even be prosecuted for a crime. I could be found guilty of committing an unintentional tort.
      Why couldn’t this apply to law enforcement, and the FBI in cases like this?

    • Constance says:

      Too busy planning the coup to dump Trump, and texting their lovers during work hours to care about innocent kids being slaughtered.

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  17. Cisco says:

    CPD Commander Paul Bauer was laid to rest today, can’t sleep so I’m surfing the web.
    From Judge Jeanine.

    • DeniseVB says:

      She put White in her bio ? Not one comment in that thread supported her #JustNoticing.

    • lateblum says:

      She should have left that place in a huff. Perhaps she could’ve thrown something or made a scene so she could register her very strong complaints. Then she and her WATB status might have been #noticed and acknowledged.

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  19. Dora says:

    This is shocking, horrifying and amazing all at the same time. And very sad.


    Woman Shocked Seeing Her Aborted Baby After Taking RU 486 Abortion Pill

    The following was posted on my site in response to a comment that was made that 10-week-old babies do not look human and are not developed. The woman below had an abortion by pill at 10 weeks, and held her baby in her hand:


  20. Dora says:

    You tell them, Mr. President.

  21. Dora says:

    A local election, but it’s still a victory!

  22. Dora says:

    There’s hope!


    Utah Senate Race: State Auditor John Dougall May Challenge Mitt Romney

    John Dougall says he is strongly considering a challenge to the former GOP presidential nominee.


    • DeniseVB says:

      The GOP will stop that nonsense ! You just know Mitt didn’t seriously declare his candidacy unless he was promised NO PRIMARY. They’ll just add a few more names in the primary to suck off votes from any viable challenger. That’s what they did in SC when Nancy Mace lost in the primary against Lindsey Graham. She was very popular and had great name recognition in SC. I hate the GOP almost as much as the Dems. It’s truly a uniparty.

      • elliesmom says:

        Just as the Democrats promised Elizabeth Warren no primary the first time she ran in MA. They didn’t let anyone get any steam at all. There are so many good candidates we never hear about because the parties have pre-selected their candidates.

  23. Dora says:

    Facebook Still Lying About Its Role in the 2016 Election

    I flagged this on Twitter before President Trump started flogging it. But I’m not at all surprised that he did. Because, somewhat to my surprise, it revealed that Facebook seems still to be committed to lying, albeit now more artfully, about its role in the 2016 election and more broadly as a channel of choice for propaganda and misinformation.


  24. helenk3 says:


    would like to see this guy questioned just to find out why he quit.

  25. Dora says:

    It sounds like one of the few places left in Europe still worth visiting.

  26. helenk3 says:


    you gotta love Sarah.

    I am so confused, don’t you visit hospital to make the patient feel better and try to encourage them and cheer them up? Has that changed under the dems too?

  27. Ann says:

    • Lulu says:

      Me either Mr President. I wonder how much he kept as a fee.

      • DeniseVB says:

        Oh you know there was kickback, which would explain NeverTrumpers and the GOPe probably getting cuts off some deals. Remember Solyndra, taxpayers invested 1/2 billion in that and no solar panels were ever produced?

        Several years ago, Pat Robertson got a 10 million federal grant for his campus, he laughed because it was a great return on his investment donating to all Virginia’s reps and Senators, about 50k. All perfectly legal to buy politicians. Trump did it in NYC for decades, and that’s why he’s hated because he knows the swamp. 😉

  28. helenk3 says:

    someone explained to me that today’s FBI has too many lawyers and not enough cops. That explains a lot

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  31. DeniseVB says:

    Running for Trey Gowdy’s seat ? I know he’s a solid Trump supporter, I just hope the dems won’t be parading out bimbos from his past or homophobic sermons. Oh wait, they’re dems. Nevermind….

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  33. Lulu says:

    It occured to me that Mueller’s filings against Russian trolls is tantamount to saying the US voter is a VICTIM of the Russians, and so is Hillary, Bronco, the moral superiors, et al. Instead of responding in kind, what is the CIA for exactly if not this kind of stuff?, this is a whiny, blaming, supercilious and superior little shit way of dealing with it. Everything, even IC’s are about victimhood and the rationalization it provides to look no futher why Bronco did nothing about this horrible (sarcasm) threat to the victims of voting the wrong way in the superiors mind. Rosenstein said it affected NOTHING but they have to have a nonsense and convoluted, not to mention false, reason it happened. A shit candidate latching onto a shit president with shit policies the public hated, running a shit campaign, with shit crimes hanging over her head, with a shit nominating party with shit crooked delegate rigging, is never to be acknowedged nor any kind of self examination of huge shit failure. Robert Mueller, Shit Counsel, is nothing more than a searcher for victimhood. And rationalization of why Hillary the Horrible Shit lost.

  34. Jeffhas says:

    Is it just me?

    While I am incredibly sorry for the loss at Parkland, and certainly impressed with the articulate response from students at MSD school… I am also skeptical/troubled by what appears to be a highly sophisticated, co-ordinated response by ‘the students’

    On ABC/NBC/CNN the same students were interviewed one network by the other. A
    Specific group of 5 students took their star turns being interviewed by Chuck Todd, Martha Radhatz, and Dana Bash – and those are just the interviews I caught this morning… are there only 5 students that have statements on the subject of their school being shot-up?

    To quote MSD student Conrad Kasky,
    “This isn’t about Dems or Repubs, this about shaming any politician that takes money from the NRA”.

    THAT sounds a lot like this is about Republicans.

    I gotta tell you, this SMELLS (Reeks) of an SJW AstroTurf message.

    I want to be skeptical of a social justice mission that manipulates kids of tragedy, but it smells like BLM, Women’s March, Occupy Wall Street, etc.

    Either that, or the MSD school is some kind of SuperSchool that has a curriculum that turns out some of the best-skilled, highly polished, semi-intelligent-sounding/actor/marketing kids I’ve seen…. all having the wherewithal of knowing to demand a pool feed for their satellite interview sweeps of the Sunday morning shows.

    I smell a rat, and I hope it gets ferreted out.

    …, but again, maybe it’s just me??

    • Anthony says:

      No, its not just you. I thought the same thing

    • Somebody says:

      Hubby said he saw kids with professional signs too. He smelled a rat. It is Debbie Washerwoman’s district, bet she’s involved

    • swanspirit says:

      It could be that they specifically picked kids with that message, and/or, they are kids that have SJW parents. I personally think they shouldn’t be interviewing the kids at all, parental permission or not. But, the media being soulless vultures with an agenda that they are, I expect they will continue to exploit the kids.

    • lyn says:

      I agree. The Democrats love using children as props.

      • dm says:

        When my son first expressed interest in guns, I was quite hesitant. When I found out the NRA was sending a safety specialist to their Boy Scout camp to give instruction, I was relieved. He was at least taught safety first with no self experimentation. He still loves his guns and goes to the gun range often.

        • Jeffhas says:

          I’m betting a rich donor, or group of ‘journolistas’ has gotten hold of these kids or their parents.

          … this is the slickest ‘movement’ I’ve seen from ‘the left’ – Not only present the issue as “not about Repubs or Dems”, but KIDS OF TRAGEDY that were actually at the school… how do you challenge those kids? Impossible.

          Personal truth; i grew up handling guns periodically and safely as a kid/teen. As an adult, I do not own a gun, I made a decision a long time ago that I would rather take my chances with a baseball bat or a knife then have one of my kids or one of their friends be killed by finding a gun in the house and shooting someone by accident. Maybe I was influenced by watching my brother clean his gun and ‘oops’ a round goes off and murders his dresser…, but I could not live with myself if a child died because I had a gun and no matter how secure I kept it, I know kids are curious and have a knack for finding anything or everything when adults are not around. My solution? – live in one of the safest cities in America, and I do. We haven’t locked our front door in the past 15 years (well, sometimes if we leave overnight and don’t have a house-sitter).

          Having said all of this, I have grown to understand why the founding fathers wrote the 2nd Amendment; in my opinion, they had seen how governments can turn tyrannical… and although I don’t really believe I will need to defend myself from a tyrannical government in my lifetime, the act of having so many guns in the hands of the people is a hell of an insurance policy that our government better not go tyrannical.

          So, while not an active supporter of guns, I’m not looking for gun grabbing of almost any kind… and I do wonder if there is not a better way – but there are slimy people in every aspect of society, be it the local hoodlum or the greedy politician.

          For child, right now I’m thinking single entry for every school, 2 armed trained guards (retired LEO, whatever) should be budgeted by every school. NOT a new TSA-style force, but some kind of rule/law stating the schools have to have a minimum security force and hire, implement, etc. at the local school level.


    • Miranda says:

      The media are totally manipulating the kids, with or without the connivance of the parents. If I had a kid at that school, the media would be forbidden to speak with them.

    • foxyladi14 says:

      I smell it too!! 👿

  35. helenk3 says:

    a speech worth listening to

  36. Somebody says:

    Please send some prayers and good vibes my way. About to head to get with Mitzi. Both dogs are puking and have watery diarrhea, but Mitzi has blood in hers. The past 2 days have been rough since their surgery. Talked to vet once yesterday, twice today and he’s meeting us at the clinic in 30 minutes, oy!

    I was holding Mitzi when bloody diarrhea came squirting out everywhere…..OMG. I guess you could say I’m having a shitty day.🤢

  37. Miranda says:

    On a non-political note, I loved Javier Fernandez’s ‘Man of La Mancha’ routine.

    • lateblum says:

      Wasn’t that wonderful?! I was so happy for him. He sounds like a good person (like Jason Brown)
      I dvr’d the skating and rewatched the top skaters’ routines and loved “Man of La Mancha” even more the second and third times I watched it. I thought the men’s event was just the best. But I’m prejudiced. My favorite skate competitions are always, the men, the dance, the pairs and the women in that order.

      • Miranda says:

        I usually go with women, pairs, men, and dance, but Fernandez was really good. Much better than Rippon 😀

    • lateblum says:

      BTW, have you noticed that #Tara&Johnny have cut their comments and prattle way back? I hope NBC Sports got the message from all the tweets and emails during the team skating to shut those two up. I started streaming the coverage because of their incessant chatter. So did several others I know.

      • SHV says:

        Their act is getting old….Scott and Tanith on NBCSN are showing them up, being both professional and informative.

  38. elliesmom says:

    I’m getting multiple invitations to a nationwide march against school shootings to happen March 24th to “awaken our politicians to move”. Not to be confused with the one scheduled for April 20th. That one has the earmarks of a teen prank. While I understand the need for catharsis for the kids, I don’t think it’s going to be very productive. The “solution” to the problem doesn’t really lie in DC. The solution is much closer to home. It lies in getting help for our mentally ill family members and securing the school building. A metal detector at the entrance and an armed guard on duty will keep guns out of schools more than any gun law will. We’re told it’s impossible to deport every illegal immigrant in the country, but we’re supposed to believe a new law will keep guns out of the hands of people who want to kill kids? I worked in a school with a metal detector and a policeman on duty. Not a big deal. No different that exiting any store with security tags on their clothing, and “Officer Benny” was just another member of the staff. No trauma. Just better safety. Without Benny and the metal detector we had a gang problem. With them the gang fights moved out of the school. I’d be lying if I said it solved the gang problem, but it didn’t interfere with kids getting educated anymore.

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