Friday Funnies

Here is some good news for a change:

Inmate throws fit, screams ‘murderers!’ as he’s put to death

STARKE, Fla. — As the execution drugs were being administered, inmate Eric Scott Branch let out a blood-curdling scream. Then he yelled “murderers! murderers! murderers!” as he thrashed on a gurney as he was being put to death for the 1993 rape and slaying of a college student.

The drugs included a powerful sedative Thursday evening and the 47-year-old inmate, following the outburst, gave a last guttural groan and turned silent. Minutes earlier, he had just been addressing corrections officers, saying it should fall to Florida Gov. Rick Scott and his attorney general to carry out the death sentence — not to those workers present.

“Let them come down here and do it,” Branch said. “I’ve learned that you’re good people and this is not what you should be doing.”

Branch was pronounced dead at 7:05 p.m. Thursday after receiving the injection at Florida State Prison in Starke. The governor’s office made the announcement.

Asked later whether Branch’s scream could have been caused by the execution drugs, Department of Corrections spokeswoman Michelle Glady said “there was no indication” that the inmate’s last actions were a result of the injection procedure. She said that conclusion had been confirmed by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement.

Branch was convicted of raping and fatally beating University of West Florida student Susan Morris, 21. Her naked body was found buried in a shallow grave — a crime whose brutality was noted by the Florida Supreme Court in denying one of Branch’s appeals.

What a horrible crime. But at least the story had a happy ending.

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171 Responses to Friday Funnies

  1. bkhuna says:

    The most humane way to put down these kinds of sociopaths is single bullet behind the head.

    The most satisfying is to lower them feet first into a wood chipper.

    Let the victim’s family choose.

    • Myiq2xu™ says:

      Hanging. A short drop and a quick stop. No muss, no fuss, and you can reuse the rope as many times as you want.

      • Propertius says:

        No you can’t. Eventually the rope will fail.

        Just curious about something: I thought you used to be opposed to the death penalty. When did you change your mind?

    • Dora says:

      Bring back the guillotine. That was quick and efficient. Messy though for those who had to cleans up the area.

      • Lulu says:

        The guillotine, as most beheadings, were always outside. Easier to sluice off. One must be practical in all things.

  2. Anthony says:

    I just had to bring this here…

  3. Myiq2xu™ says:

    This thread is interesting.

  4. Dora says:

    This is really creepy.


    Creepy “World Government Summit” Targets America, Freedom

    Top globalists, communists, and Islamists from around the globe gathered this month on the Arabian Peninsula for the World Government Summit — yes, that is the confab’s real name — to push for what they called a “new world order.” More than a few speakers made clear that liberty, self-government, and the “America First” agenda were in the crosshairs.

  5. Anthony says:

    This moron who tried trolling us just spouted her solution for gun control. I wonder if she knew these were the exact suggestions made by POTUS, whom she claims is a nazi?

    trist, on February 22, 2018 at 9:38 pm said:
    I hope by the time the Parkland kids hold their march next month, they have a set list of things they want congress to pass. I would like to see..
    Stricter backgrounds checks that are actually enforced,
    A ban on assault rifles.
    A minimum age of 21 to purchase.
    A waiting period where they don’t just sell you the gun anyway after 3 days even if the background check wasn’t completed.
    A ban on armor piercing bullets, which exist solely to kill cops.
    And reduced magazines
    None of these infringe on the 2nd amendment. And it’s the bare minimum this country should be willing to agree to, to help save lives.

    • DeniseVB says:

      Where is trist posting these days? Hope she found her happy place. I have no problem with 21, they should raise the driving and voting age to that also. 😉

      • Anthony says:

        RD. She seems to be very happy there lol

      • Jadzia says:

        Frankly, I would be happy if we could start raising our younger generations in a manner that, as in the past, they actually BEHAVE like adults at age 18. No more “on mom’s health insurance until age 26,” but we can trade that for giving them back a drinking age of 18 (or 19, if you want to avoid high-school seniors buying beer for everyone).

        • DeniseVB says:

          I’ve seen some tongue-in-cheek posts to raise the age of adulthood to 26 since that’s what Obama declared to be the amount of time your kids should be dependent on you for healthcare.

          • Jadzia says:

            I have no interest in having my children remain dependents until they are 26! That’s why I encourage them to be good students–so they can skip grades and get the hell out of my house.

          • DeniseVB says:

            😀 I hear ya mom!

          • Propertius says:

            Recent studies of brain development suggest that raising the age of full adulthood may not be such a bad idea. The prefrontal cortex (the part of the brain associated with judgment and impulse control) is pretty undeveloped in 18 year-olds (surprise!) and doesn’t reach full growth in most people until 25-30. This explains so many things.

          • DeniseVB says:

            My kids were a good example of that, but I realized their 20’s were part of growth, we were supportive, but there was never an option to come home. They survived 🙂

    • Lulu says:

      This is not turning out the way that was planned. When a “stink” is planned over tragedies it always runs the risk of getting hi-jacked, mis-directed or the truth coming out. This school district already had all the prog solutions in place with no pipeline to prison crime reporting for deterrence, gun free zone, school resource/pretend cop in place, drills, etc. Then the media is screwing it up by putting polished-light media pro type kids acting like little shits, the sheriff admitting massive fuck-ups, messed up video surveillance cameras set up to hide crimes not record them, and the over-the-top messaging BEFORE the victims are even buried. These are not the brightest bulbs and their “march” is too far in the future and too Soros type organized to seem real and sincere. And Trump. He is not following their script. He has actually flipped it on them. Organized trolls with scripts are so 2010.

      • Anthony says:

        Obama is working overtime. His tweet yesterday let that cat out of the bag. OFA needs to be investigated as a threat to democracy

        • DeniseVB says:

          Imagine, if you will, GWB had a foundation of clueless resisters to go after every move Obama made? I saw where Obama bragged he had 15,000 members, I think some of them showed up the TCH FB page the other day, still are. Haven’t checked this morning, but were commenting last night and I just wasn’t in the mood to deal with them.

      • DeniseVB says:

        I saw a news blurb about how upset the “kids” were that the chickensh*t Florida governor wouldn’t meet with them blah, blah, blah. Of course the blurb failed to mention the Gov was at one of the funerals at the time these little Lord of the Flies darlings were demanding a meeting.

      • Constance says:

        But I hear more than 17 non white kids have been shot in gun controlled Chicago since Parkland happened. The Leftists aren’t talking about this which leaves them open to racism charges. Where were the non white parents from Chicago during CNN’s gun control circus? I guess CNN doesn’t care about non white kids or parents.

    • Propertius says:

      Assault rifles are already quite tightly regulated. They’re covered by the NFA, just like any other fully-automatic firearm. The FOPA of 1986 made the ownership of such weapons illegal, except for weapons that were already registered before May 19, 1986. The AR-15 is *not* an assault rifle because it lacks selective-fire. I can’t think of a single shooting incident that has involved an actual assault rifle.

      As for the waiting period – I’m probably okay with that but I’m not sure it would have done much good in this case. Cruz had apparently been talking and posting about doing something like this for quite some time. I’m sure a few more days of waiting wouldn’t have stopped him. It’s also worth pointing out that Cruz *passed* the background check, which suggests that the background check process is pretty seriously flawed (as Dana Loesch pointed out).

  6. Dora says:

    They are there already. Wow!

    • DeniseVB says:

      Just turned on the tv and there’s Rick Harrison (Pawn Stars) at CPAC (on FBN!). What a mish-mash of personalities attending ! PDJT better be treated like a Rock Star today. Past couple of years there’s been a NeverTrump problem at CPAC. The early line means it will be another packed audience, not everyone will get in. But 4 a.m.?? Bless their hearts 😀

    • DeniseVB says:

      I just found the schedule, doors open at 5:45 a.m., Trumpotus speaks at 10:05. The only other speeches today that interest me are Laura Ingraham and Michelle Malkin. Also may try to catch the Independent Women’s Forum panel. It’s a loaded schedule today, mostly panel discussions, and they’re running an Activist Boot Camp simultaneously against the main events in the big room. Whew.

  7. Lulu says:

    I went to a Billy Graham evangelical meeting when I was quite small. I was trying to remember it and really can’t except that it was with my parents and other family members and my younger brother did not go. I was probably four. My father told me I had to be very “good” which meant quiet. It was loud (I have very good hearing and still don’t like loud) and I was short. I got to go through my family lady’s purses which was a thing for me at the time. Pens, compacts, lipsticks, keys (I would guess what the key opened or started), checkbooks were fascinating and made money! And my mother gave me a REAL art folio pad to draw on with her art pencils. Then it was over and I was carried out on my dad’s shoulders and could finally see stuff. I have no idea where it was located. It could have been in Dallas, Shreveport, or Baton Rouge. This was in the fifties and in the afternoon like a church service.

    • Lulu says:

      My second reference to Graham occured years ago when I was reading a book by George McDonald Fraser called The Steel Bonnets: The Story of the Anglo-Scottish Border Reivers. In it Fraser references a notorious clan of thieving, ingenius, light cavalry named Graham. “Jock of the Pear Tree” Graham, Wat’s Willie, Young Hutchin, etc were gangsters. They outsmarted everyone on both sides of the border and were finally rounded up, sent to Northern Ireland “planation” to starve, then migrated to the Carolinas.

      When Fraser was researching the book he went often to the small towns along the “border” of England and Scotland. He said he saw faces with those famous riding surnames that reminded him of other famous people with those same names: Richard Nixon and Billy Graham. Nixons were dark, Grahams were fair and handsome, and my hubby’s surname were tall and ruthless and fiends on horseback. Depending upon the size of the families they were dealt with to stop the mayhem on the borders. Nixons shipped to England, Grahams to Ireland, and hubby’s family were put into the British Army where they served thorough Waterloo and then hot-footed it to Canada then Texas.

      RIP Brother Billy.

    • blowme0bama says:

      Yeah, my Mom and Dad took me to one in, I think, 1973. It was held in a big football stadium.

  8. helenk3 says:

    this is not good. Why have armed deputies at a school if they just stand and watch during a shooting?

    what is with the name scot peterson?

    • Miranda says:

      Local law enforcement did everything but actively arm that shooter.

    • Anthony says:

      Thats why retired military personnel would be the best choice. This “Deputy” was also a pussy. You’re supposed to run INSIDE while you call for backup, not outside hiding in the bushes. Bet he thought he’d never have to use that gun…

      • DeniseVB says:

        What are the chances any school gets shot up? I doubt they put their very best trained and mentally prepared officers to roam schools grounds as Officer Friendly when there’s a 99.9% chance he’ll need to use his skills. I’m not defending him, it’s pissed off a lot of LEO’s that those minutes he froze cost lives.

        • Lulu says:

          He was a paperwork guy. The reason there is so little documentation that would have led to stopping a gun purchase by Cruz is that they kept it out of law enforcement records on purpose because the DOJ Div of Civll Rights which put “agreements” in place OR ELSE. Disparate impact crap. The only records of Cruz’s dangerous problems are mental records (testing, counseling, etc) and those are protected by HIPPA (?). And the sheriff is reputedly notorious for hiring only pals and political supporters. This was supposed to be a career wind-down gig before he retired. Notice that he retired not quit so he was just jacking up his pension. He KNEW how dangerous Cruz was and decided to stay outside rather than be killed right before retirement. Cowardly and worthless? Yes. Expected from a political hire and tool. Yes.

          • swanspirit says:

            I was thinking that if this guy was so close to retiring, he just wasn’t willing to take the chance of being killed right before he retired. Which still translates to coward.
            Also, the whole “we suspended him, and then he resigned and took retirement, AND you may never see the video of what Peterson was doing during the shooting”; stinks to high heaven. It seems to be such an agreed upon arrangement, designed to protect Peterson and the Broward Co. Sheriff and the police dept.

          • blowme0bama says:

            I think this is exactly right. The guy didn’t want to get shot up so close to retirement.

        • elliesmom says:

          I don’t know for sure what our Officer Benny would have done if someone had started shooting up our school. My gut says he’d have been in the thick of it, but it never happened. I do know he was part of the reason we never got a shooter in the building. Besides being the first person the kids saw every morning, he established a positive police/kid relationship a lot of the kids thought was impossible. He was the one who did the early morning wake up calls to the kids who were chronically late, and he was funny when he did it. He encouraged kids who were on the margins in the school to get more involved, cheered kids on who had no dad to do it, and mediated a lot of disputes before they had a chance to escalate. From the teacher side, he was always at the table with us when, as mandatory reporters, we had to get involved in child abuse cases. He guided us through the process offering both practical and emotional support. As a teacher a lot of the “gentle hoodlums” gravitated to, I was someone who got to know Benny pretty well. I always knew where the Saturday night keg party was going to be, and, therefore, so did he, and he never let it slip how he found out. He just made sure the kids were safe and kept out of trouble. I kept my part of the deal and so did he.
          I admit I was one of the skeptics when it was announced a uniformed policeman was joining our staff, but after a few months I wondered why the school hadn’t done it long before.

        • Anthony says:

          My sloppy “economy of words while waiting for a phone client to call’ response left out a few pertinent details. “Retired military personnel” have often been in active combat, so going after a shooter is something they’ve been trained to do and more likely than not have already done. Sheriffs deputies have not had that training or experience, so the likelihood of them performing the same way as a seasoned military vet are slim to none. That’s why I also think it’s a bad idea to arm teachers.

          It’s against our nature to run toward a volley of bullets, unless you’ve already done it. Stationing two guards at points of entry and egress would certainly harden a soft target and the likelihood of a mentally unbalanced person with a gun who is intent on causing harm would require any shooter to think more than twice about trying to pull that off.

          Until we accept the fact that creating gun free zones in today’s environment is a suicide pact, more shootings will occur.

        • blowme0bama says:

          Yeah, I think the guy was pretty close to retirement. They shuffled him over there for a gravy job at the end of his career.

      • Somebody says:

        By and large, school resource officers are older out of shape cops close to retirement. There are exceptions to that, but most of the younger cops don’t want to “babysit” kids.

        At a middle school my older kids attended they had a young resource officer. He was serious about gangs and other things. He got transferred after a couple of years. Replacement, fat older cop.

    • Lulu says:

      It hasn’t sunk in yet. This is the first flush of hysteria and media screaming and agenda pushing. This was the same thing after the tax cuts being EVIL! Then the facts started coming out and the proggie lies became obvious. And poll rigging by media is an old stunt now.

    • lateblum says:

      I was at a shop this morning when the owner started talking the same lie that CNN reported about a teen buying an AR-15 without a current driver’s license. I promptly disabused him of that story saying it was proven to be a lie that CNN had perpetuated in honor of the Parkland shooting. So he immediately changed to a different story about a woman who had stowed away on a plane at O’Hare several times. I guess he wanted my business more than he wanted to perpetuate a hoax.
      Anytime he referred to PDJT as “Trump”, I said, “He’s President Trump”. It’s honestly hard to tell where he actually stood. Because as I’ve said before, I live in the bosom of the Democrat stronghold just north of Chicago. At one point, people used to jokingly say, the town didn’t allow Republicans. Only, they weren’t joking.

    • Somebody says:

      Roger Stone suggested him I believe. If I remember correctly, Manafort also has an apartment in Trump Tower, so I imagine he and POTUS were at least acquaintances.

  9. Dora says:

    Get Well Soon.

  10. Jeffhas says:

    So Enterprise, Alamo, and National stopped giving discounts for NRA members…

    They certainly have the option to do that as part of their business, and I agree NRA members don’t join the NRA to get car rental discounts….

    …. but when will these business learn that if you take a side, there is always ANOTHER SIDE that may not like that you’ve made a decision in conflict with their own beliefs. It is best to simply NOT take a side, run your business for chrissakes.

    Now, even though I’m not an NRA member, and I don’t own a gun, I DO rent cars… and now I cannot utilize the services of Alamo, Enterprise or National……. there is always Hertz, Budget, Avis, and a bunch of other local places to go….


  11. helenk3 says:…but-raise

    they are now talking about raising the voting age to 21.
    I remember in high school debating about lowering the voting age from 21 to 18. We were not allowed to used the argument that if I am old enough to fight, I am old enough to vote. We had to prove that you were informed enough to make a judgement call on who to vote for. Guess things have changed a lot since then

    • Miranda says:

      Given the attitudes and comments I see around me, I don’t think ‘informed enough to make a judgement call’ applies to many people, whether over 21 or not. “He’s Black!” “She’s female!” “They hate Trump!”

    • lyn says:

      Exclude the military and the 21 limit is OK.

  12. Jadzia says:

    The bank said yes! I’m moving into a winery/cave/warehouse/former nightclub! Yay! I will never have to look at the fake brass fixtures in my 80s-riffic rental ever again.

    • Jadzia says:

      I hear my husband talking to our landlady RIGHT NOW. She used to think she better than us–starting this summer, we’ll be neighbors in her snooty town. : )

      • Somebody says:

        Woot!!! I am so happy for you! Are you going to have a little celebration this weekend? How soon before you close? Will you have time to do painting and some basic spruce up things before you move in? Are the kids excited?

        • Jadzia says:

          There is NOTHING to spruce up, at least not in the main building. The kids are super excited. The big renovation project, which who knows when we’ll get to it, is the warehouse/cave, an annex building of about 3500 square feet. Right now it’s got electricity and it’s structurally sound, but the floors are dirt (the current kids BICYCLE in there when the weather is bad) and it needs walls that are conducive to living indoors. That’s the big project. For the house itself, literally the only thing we need to do is buy a refrigerator. The place was entirely renovated in 2013, so all the electricity and plumbing are modern (not a big deal to you guys probably, but a very big deal over here) and the decor is super industrial and modern exactly the way I like it.

          • Mt.Laurel says:

            You had me at up to date electric and plumbing since I imagine most places need a heck of a lot more than a little TLC in those areas. I know from comments of many people I had worked with that come from all over the world just how nice even our more moderate abodes are compared to many places.

            But a mezzanine . . .such possibilities. Congrats!

          • Jadzia says:

            I know! I saw 21st century fixtures and was like, SOLD!

    • DeniseVB says:

      Congrats ! Wow, that seemed to take a long time and I thought U.S. mortgage banks were a pain. Excited for your new adventure ❤

      • Jadzia says:

        It was ridiculous. We originally made the offer in September! But the banks here are really conservative, and frankly we were lucky to get any kind of mortgage at all–the banks really want people to have permanent employment contracts.

    • helenk3 says:

      congratulations. enjoy your new home. there is not a better feeling than the 1st night in a new home and saying damn this is ours.

      • Jadzia says:

        I know, right? One thing that is kind of unusual about the place, and I wasn’t sure about it when I first saw it, is that although the house is big enough to land a plane in (7000 square feet in the two buildings combined, 3500 each), the bedrooms themselves are crammed into the third floor and so the ceilings are pretty low, although the rooms are a normal size. The living area’s ceiling is two stories high (there’s a mezzanine), and I have decided that I really like the idea of having my bedroom basically be a hidey-hole. It’s going to be SO cozy when it rains, which here is pretty much all the time.

    • swanspirit says:

      Congratulations!!! Sounds really exciting, and interesting! Hope there will be pics! Yaaaayyy Jadzia!

    • Anthony says:

      Congrats! Packing now to come help you faggotize the interior!

      • Jadzia says:

        Think “industrial.” This place is basically a charming as fuck old French structure on the outside, and a New York loft on the inside. Living in a New York loft was teenage me’s dream that I figured could never come true over here!

        • Anthony says:

          Got it 👌. My last apartment (25 years ago) was a loft in Tribeca. Lots of fun to spruce up!

          • Jadzia says:

            I mostly need to figure out furniture. How does one learn how to arrange furniture? Because I am so bad at it. All my rooms end up looking like a bus station.

          • Anthony says:

            Measure the room and plot it out on 1/4″ graph paper (1/4 in = 1 foot). Make sure you mark doorways (and which way the door swings), windows, radiators or heat vents, etc). Then lay a piece of tracing paper or vellum over it and work out the most likely traffic patterns.

            Once you do that, you can come up with furniture groupings, lighting etc. If you like, email me a jpeg of the graph and I’ll help you out. Like every “good faggot”, first thing I did when I left my house was attend a summer course at New York School of Interior Design. (didn’t want some bitchy queen inviting me to slap them for being critical of my living space lol) This can be really exciting!

          • Jadzia says:

            Thank you! I actually cut and pasted this into a document for my “house file.” There are really no doors in the living space–it truly is like a loft. The only real door is to the kitchen, and it’s a HUGE slider.

          • Anthony says:

            Sounds awesome! Hope you’ll take me up on my offer and let me give you a hand!

          • Jadzia says:

            I will! I’m thinking of getting one of those laser measuring tapes so I can measure when we visit the house.

        • DeniseVB says:

          What are you going to use the warehouse side for? Thinking you can start your own university 😛

          • Jadzia says:

            I’m going to build the gym of my dreams. That’s priority #1. Nice inside storage for bikes and such. A big rec room with pool table and such for the kids so I can keep an eye on ALL THEIR FRIENDS when they become teenagers. And 2 or 3 nice guest suites, maybe one with a bunch of bunk beds, so that when the kids are grown, we can have holidays with them and partners and kids and stuff and have enough room. That’s the dream. But this is a forever house, so there’s no big hurry. I know I’m gonna have a heart attack when I find out how much it will cost to put in the stone work for the walls. There is a super fancy hotel in this town that, like our house, is built into the troglodytic caves, and the owner gave us the name of “the guy” who does these kinds of renovations. So at some point I’ll get the defibrillator at the ready and get an estimate. Everything after that will be just one piece at a time.

    • elliesmom says:

      That sounds like a fun place to live in!

    • Lulu says:

      So cool! You will so love your new digs and doing whatever you need or WANT to do with it. The kids will love living there and remember it always.

      • Jadzia says:

        Seriously! Did I mention the FUZZY ORANGE FABRIC wallpaper I have been living with in my bedroom since 2014?

        • Lulu says:

          Whatever you like now you can have. Not other person’s bad taste! Or “on sale” cheapness.

          • Jadzia says:

            Seriously! Our landlady doesn’t have bad taste exactly, it’s just that it’s clear that she decorated this house in the early 1980s and then never changed anything. Don’t get me started on the fake brown marble everywhere. UGH.

    • lyn says:

      Congratulations! You have room to roam. Good luck with creating your new living space.

      • Jadzia says:

        Thanks! I am so excited. Am waiting to hear back from the current (very nice) owner about when we can take her up on her offer to bring the kids there so they can finally see it!

    • John Denney says:

      Congratulations! How very exciting!

  13. Dora says:

    House bill HR 4918 identifies ‘white supremacists’ and ‘right-wing extremists’ as domestic terrorists

    On February 2, 2018, a bill was introduced in the House of Representatives which should strike fear in white Americans, conservatives and Republicans.

    The purpose of H.R. 4918: Domestic Terrorism Prevention Act of 2018 is “to authorize dedicated domestic terrorism offices within the Department of Homeland Security, the Department of Justice, and the Federal Bureau of Investigation to analyze and monitor domestic terrorist activity and require the Federal Government to take steps to prevent domestic terrorism.”

  14. DeniseVB says:

    Interesting thread, like Vegas, we still have more questions than answers 😦

  15. helenk3 says:

    most iconic picture of WW2

  16. helenk3 says:

    all this would accomplish would be for California to be a wider gateway for illegals to get to other US states.
    hopefully California will wake up some day and vote in better politicians that respect them and this country

  17. helenk3 says:

    why I will not have Alexis in my house

  18. DeniseVB says:

    Dana is so brave 🙂 (The Weather Channel loves hurricane season too. RATINGS!)

    • Anthony says:

      She’s good (Dana Loesch). Camerota came off petulant, preachy, condescending and shrill. Loesch kept her cool and presented facts, not emotion.

      • DeniseVB says:

        I used to like Alisyn when she did the Fox and Friends weekend shows. Perky and smart. I think she was passed over to do the weekday gig, and left. Or was fired? She was kinda aging out of the Fox Newsbunny Hutch anyhow) Now she’s coming across as a bitter old hag know it all (think Joy Behar’s younger sister). We all knew what Dana meant, “if it bleeds it leads” has been around for decades in the media. CNN may have even invented it as they did the 24/7 news format ?

  19. Dora says:

    Oh how I wish he would just go away.


    Obama Posts Chilling Message to Teens Marching and Organizing For Gun Control ‘We’ve Been Waiting For You’

  20. Dora says:

  21. Ann says:

    He’s doing well at CPAC:

  22. DeniseVB says:

    Not all SRO’s are “cowards”. I wonder if the parents of that child he roughed up will sue for assault?

  23. Dora says:

    • lyn says:

      Glad he made the military an exception.

    • DeniseVB says:

      If a responsible parent wants their teen to have guns and rifles, they’ll just buy it for them, so I have no problem with the age requirement. My son bought the twins each a rifle when they were 9 so they could have fun at the range when he went. No, I’m not happy about that, I’m really not a gun person.

  24. Dora says:

    Justin Trudeau’s Celebrity Schtick Has Finally Blown Up in His Face

    Trudeau’s Indian misadventure was an epic misfire.

  25. helenk3 says:

    I am liking this one a lot

  26. lyn says:

  27. Dora says:

    This makes me sad.


    New York’s Waldorf Astoria is now controlled by the Chinese government

  28. DeniseVB says:

    David Hogg’s verified on twitter now and leading the NRA boycott. How cute. Do we still have to leave him alone, because, he’s, a, child ? Good grief.

    • lyn says:

      Crush the bigoted shit.

    • Anthony says:

      I’m really beginning to hate him…

      • Underwhelmed says:

        I feel sorry for him. He is a child who has been brainwashed to hate what his family programs him to hate. Just like the children of KKK/white supremacists who mouth the hateful rhetoric they hear around the dinner table, and the black supremacists who teach their children that whitey is to blame for everything they don’t like. It’s child abuse and it can’t end well.

        • Anthony says:

          I can’t sympathize. He’s gone full Hogg with his media blitz, and like anyone who opts to occupy such a high profile, he’ll have to take it on the chin when he shoots his mouth off. Comes with the territory, and he’s not exactly an innocent child.

          I wouldn’t be surprised if he was groomed by Obama, who after losing his base to Bernie is now glomming on to the Tide Pod generation of Bernbots.

    • Dora says:

      I’m starting to hate him too.

    • lyn says:

      I hate all psycho children, and he fits the bill.

  29. Dora says:

    Talk about people I hate . . .

  30. helenk3 says:

    something to think about

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