OMG! It’s Monday!

The obligatory Sam Nunberg dumpster fire interview. I didn’t hear any eyewitness testimony regarding criminal activity.

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70 Responses to OMG! It’s Monday!

  1. Venus E. Lee says:



    • 49erDweet says:

      Raise your hands if you think the whole issue was generated by “safe space” faculty-waculty bullies. OK. Put ’em down, now. Practically unanimous.

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    • John Denney says:

      Democracy is two wolves and a sheep voting on dinner; Liberty is a well-armed sheep contesting the vote.
      – Ben Franklin

      • Propertius says:

        Franklin never said this. The oldest attribution anyone can find for this is a 1990 Usenet post by Gary Strand (who is actually an acquaintance and former coworker of mine – I’ll have to ask him where he got it from). See: under “Misattributed”.

        Gary is, by the way, a pretty fervent Libertarian so I wouldn’t be at all surprised if he didn’t come up with this all by himself.

        • Myiq2xu™ says:


          It’s still a good quote.

        • John Denney says:

          Thank you, Propertius.

          I like this addendum, from the same area in your link:

          Democracy is not freedom. Democracy is two wolves and a lamb voting on what to eat for lunch. Freedom comes from the recognition of certain rights which may not be taken, not even by a 99% vote.
          Marvin Simkin, “Individual Rights”, Los Angeles Times, 12 January 1992.

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    Questions are for winners, Jim.

  7. Somebody says:

    Stunning interview, never heard of this guy but what a bitter, back biting asshole. Dumpster fire is quite an apt description.

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    • Somebody says:

      Enjoy, looks yummy! We had a marinated, broiled chicken thighs served over stir fried cabbage and rice. Tasty and super cheap, filling meal. The recipe is from an early 80’s penny pinching recipe magazine, of all the things I cook I swear my family likes those penny pinching recipes the best, LOL.

      • elliesmom says:

        I like to cook fancy things, and I spend more on groceries than two people should, but every once in awhile I make one of my grandmother’s depression era recipes, and Elliesdad licks the bowl clean. One is a chicken stew with biscuits. He talked me into making it for a dinner party, and our guests raved about it. One of the guys asked if I’d invite him to dinner one night and make him a pot roast. Not a fancy roast, please. A pot roast with lots of gravy. My mom didn’t like to cook, and honestly, while we all miss her, we don’t miss her cooking, but my grandmother’s cooking I wish Elliesdad had been able to experience. She could a delicious meal out of very little.

        • Somebody says:

          My mom and grandmothers were good cooks, especially my maternal grandmother……biscuits that would melt in your mouth.

          My MIL wasn’t much of a cook, but apparently her mother was a fabulous cook. I inherited 2 huge 3 x 5 metal boxes filled with Gram’s handwritten recipes she had written out for my MIL. Lots of depression era recipes. I’ve read through them a few times, but have yet to try any of her recipes except some cookie recipes for hubby at the holidays. Hubby loves Pizelles, not only do I have Gram’s recipe but I have her antique Pizelle iron. Old school used over a wood stove or fireplace not an electric one, although I own an electric one too.

          One day, one day……I’ll cook my way through her recipes.

      • John Denney says:

        For dinner for two last night, I sauteed half an onion in olive oil in a large saucepan, then added a quarter head of chopped cabbage and a chopped carrot, then 3 cups of water, 2 cloves slicedd garlic, a diced chunk of fresh ginger half the size of my thumb, 1 1/2 tspn salt, a tablespoon of sugar, splash of soy sauce, pepper and mace and thyme, and let it simmer until the carrot was done. Added a half pound of slow-cooked bite sized pork roast chunks and let it simmer a minute to heat the meat, then used a slotted spoon to put the meat/veggies into two large bowls. Added 4 oz of pasta to the now nummy broth and when it was done, split the pasta and broth between the two bowls.
        So good! The pasta absorbs the rich broth.

  11. Myiq2xu™ says:

    It’s called “Identity politics”

  12. helenk3 says:

    I was looking all over for this

    • Somebody says:

      He is aged and in very poor health. I don’t know exactly what kind of health issues he has, but he has been in and out of the hospital. He’s missed months, more time than McCain. Truth is his health was failing a couple of years ago when he ran for re-election. McConnell and gang pulled all kinds of dirty tricks to keep him in that seat.

      Past time for him to go, he’s been in DC for over 4 decades.

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    • elliesmom says:

      That was a good read. Shakespeare has been reduced to reading excerpts from his plays in high school. Fifty years ago we read a full play every year and had the opportunity to see them performed on stage. When I was teaching 8th grade, our team approached the senior citizens’ group in town and asked them to help fund having a traveling Shakespearean troupe come do a performance for the middle school and the seniors. It became a yearly event. The kids couldn’t stop talking about the experience year after year.
      The beauty of teaching Shakespeare is he wrote so long ago we can have discussions about “then” and “now” without all of the screaming at each other. I remember after seeing “Romeo and Juliet” and finding out how young they were, having a chat with some of the girls, initiated by them, of the stupidity of believing one is old enough to understand what love and having sex really mean in 8th grade.

  15. swanspirit says:

    Shootings at Chicago gang members’ funerals getting ‘out of control’, police say
    Chicago-area officials trying to prevent funerals for gang members from turning into shootouts say the issue has gotten so far “out of control” that one cemetery has started hiring off-duty police officers.

    Cook County Sheriff Tom Dart met Thursday with political, religious and funeral industry leaders to discuss the problem following a funeral procession in December that was marred by gunfire.

    “It’s getting out of control, it really is,” Hillside Police Chief Joseph Lukaszek told FOX 32. “The gangs just think that it’s a safe haven for them and they do whatever they want to do.”

    Would someone ‘splain to me, what “under control” shootings at funerals are? Asking for a friend.

  16. Myiq2xu™ says:

    You usually have to pay extra for one of those.

  17. DeniseVB says:

    I was bored, so put an o’dark’thirty’tuesday post launch in the barn. I should be up by then. I hope.

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    A certain pirate I know still has his Hammer pants.

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  22. Dora says:

    Rand Paul is going to try again. I’ll take a guess that it won’t pass.


    Dr. Rand Paul to Introduce ‘Audit the Fed’ as Amendment to Senate Banking Bill

  23. Dora says:

    This is ridiculous!



    The Belarus-born prostitute hopes America will grant her asylum in exchange for her tale

  24. helenk3 says:

    so did hillary have pictures, and negatives on him and his girlfriend?

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