His Cheese Done Slid Off Of His Cracker

Leaving nothing but a naked saltine. . .

Tater has been under a lot of stress lately. He was really busy helping to organize the dead-tree journalism anti-Trump screed-a-thon on Thursday. He’s been obsessively worrying that Trump supporters are going to start attacking reporters and he has been a leader in the campaign to ban Alex Jones from everything.

That last one is kinda ironic considering that Stelter has turned into a liberal version of Jones and CNN into Infowars Left. TDS is no joke.


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120 Responses to His Cheese Done Slid Off Of His Cracker

  1. DeniseVB says:

    • cynic says:

      I think the Journolister’s got their story of the day, as I saw Joe Scarborough tweeting something about the President’s mental status.

      • Anthony says:

        They’re recycling that from around March 2017. I believe that was one of the first memes they promoted. Maybe senility is setting in? They’re repeating themselves an awful lot lately…

        • cynic says:

          Love your new stove, and I was wondering what made you choose the Wolf over the Viking. I can buy the Viking at a discounted price (family discount). Even with discounts, those stoves are still expensive, and I’m not going to buy it if they have bad reviews.

          Oh, and what was the first thing that you prepared on your new stove? I baked my kids birthday cake with my current one (23 yrs. old). I can still remember if that was a wise decision, but it came out fine. The stove that came with the house was electric, and the one I bought was gas, so it was the first time that I had cooked using a gas stove. Love gas.

          • foxyladi14 says:

            Me Too!

          • Anthony says:

            I switched to Wolf because after researching for performance and heat consistency, Wolf was reviewed to superior to Viking. It is commercial/professional product vs a really great product designed for home use. The biggest factor for me was the options on the burner knobs (see video), and I love the cast iron burner grates. First thing I prepared was a Porcini Pork tenderloin with asparagus and Lyonnaise potatoes, and a yummy Chocolate Chess pie for dessert. I cooked for six people in total, and there was nothing left over. Its a lot faster than the stove I had, and although it cost a lot, its worth every penny.

            When I had my house upstate, I had an electric kitchen. It took a little getting used to, but after a short while, I was able to cook as well as I can with gas, but I also prefer gas.

            I don’t really cook that often, because I like my kitchen to be as clean as a whistle, so the most used kitchen gadget is my swiffer lol. But when I DO cook, I really cook….

          • blowme0bama says:

            Dude, that’s a fine stove. Congratulations.

        • cynic says:

          Thanks for the info, and the link to the video. I guess I need to go look at the appliances. The arthritis in my hand/wrist makes me think that the one-pc. grates my be too heavy for me to lift to clean. I do a lot of cooking, so ease of clean-up has to be taken in to consideration.

          Oh, and I just bought a pork tenderloin yesterday, so I looked up Porcini recipes. YUM! I bookmarked it! Thanks again!

          • cynic says:

            Funny, that was the recipe that I marked! Unfortunately, I have no cognac. Guess a trip to the liquor store is in my future.

            On another note, because I didn’t have a chance to comment when the discussion came up, I like those black box wines. Gbaby goes home, and grandma opens the refrigerator and squeezes the nozzle — all quick and easy.

          • lateblum says:

            Now that school starts up again tomorrow for the teachers, I’ll have to lay into one of those boxes myself. The girls are older, more mischievous, more energetic, and this grandma is not. I’ll have both girls this week and next beginning Wednesday while parents are at work and the girls are awaiting the start of their school year. The older girl goes back the 27th. Calamity goes to preschool on the 4th. I’ll need a big box! lol

          • cynic says:

            Good luck Leslie! I only have the one now, but parents are working odd hrs. these days, so now I’m feeding supper and giving baths. I know that I’m too young to complain about aches and pains, but they’re there and obvious.

            On one RARE occasion that I was on the phone, she managed to get in to the A&D diaper ointment, unplug a lamp, and I caught her trying to plug it back in! YEESH. Grandma has to do better! (quiet play can be dangerous play)

          • lateblum says:

            Quiet play is the WORST !!! I never trust Calamity with quiet. Never. she has been known to climb on chairs to get onto the built-ins and even worse, to pull down the oscillating fan on top of her. The older one loves make-up and jewelry, so I have to figure out where to stash things to keep them safe. while they’re here. It’s worse at their home. They have a huge basement with multiple rooms, two cats (one a little kitten) that get under foot, and many twists and turns on the main level. I practically insist that they both are on at least the same level/floor when I’m taking care of them at their house. Good times.
            I learned to dislike A&D ointment when my own were little. I like it even less now. 😉

          • lateblum says:

            BTW, I think you’re doing a swell job! ❤

          • Anthony says:

            Here’s a good comparison of pro type stoves

  2. DeniseVB says:

    Amazing.

  3. DeniseVB says:

  4. helenk3 says:

    http://www.foxnews.com/us/2018/08/20/four-people-killed-nearly-60-shot-this-weekend-across-chicago.html

    I am not a big believer of bringing in the National Guard, but something has to be done. This city is out of control

    • Cisco says:


      I guess Black Lives Matter has lost some of its luster.
      Maybe if father phaker marched in ‘da community, it may have some effect, maybe.
      But he chooses to block expressways, much safer.

      • Cisco says:

        Lifted from SSC

      • cynic says:

        father phaker – love it!

      • DeniseVB says:

        I guess their lives didn’t matter ? Where’s Jesse and “Rev” Al ? Time to put pressure on the mayor to do his effing job to let the police do theirs.

      • SHV says:

        “I guess Black Lives Matter has lost some of its luster.
        Maybe if father phaker marched in ‘da community, it may have some effect, maybe.”
        *****
        “‘da community,”….Rahm mentioned that there maybe be a “problem” in the community and he got hammered for the comment. Murder in the “community” is the 3rd rail of politics, criminal justice, sociology, etc. Any discussion other than “racism” is not tolerated and it’s not just Chicago, it’s a national “community” problem. Chicago barely makes the “top” 10 list of murder rates for major cities and just makes top 25 of cities murder rates.

      • John Denney says:

        Loads of Chicago stats here:

        heyjackass.com

    • DeniseVB says:

      I think the Mayor has weakened his police force to appease BLM to prevent the CPD from shooting anymore “choir boys”. Didn’t they stop patrolling high crime neighborhoods and let the gangs take over ? I believe police chiefs are political appointments, so of course they comply to keep their jobs. Let the police do their jobs to preserve and protect !

  5. DeniseVB says:

    Speaking of cheese slipping off the cracker, Cuomo raises Stelter a box of Ritz and block of cheese. I’m sure this will come as a surprise to our TCH New Yawkers, vote Marc Molinaro !

  6. helenk3 says:

    https://www.nationalreview.com/2018/08/presidential-behavior-americans-want-leaders-with-dignity-class/

    I know I do not want a president that looks good, but is as useless as catshit. I want a president that gets things done FOR AMERICA no matter how he LOOKS.
    there are times in history when you need a “street fighter” not a cutout.

    • DeniseVB says:

      Me too. I’m so over the left’s and NeverTrumpers’ requirements for President that gave us 8 years of Obama. Before Trump jumped into the fray, I was a strong supporter of a Walker/Cruz. Walker was a battle tested governor and Cruz was just so crazy smart. In my gut, I know now, they would have lost to Hillary.

    • Anthony says:

      The only thing I look for in a President is the ability to produce results.

      I don’t have to like him, and I couldn’t care less about “presidential behavior”. We just got through 8 years of a POTUS who’s silver tongue was truly the devil’s. His best quality imo was choosing a beautiful gray cashmere v-neck sweater to wear to some sporting event that I don’t even remember. That, and the crease in his trousers, per other DC swamp dwellers…

      • DeniseVB says:

        Had the media and GOPe only vetted/fought him half a hard as Trump…….we’d probably have President Palin right now. Obama gave us Trump, thank goodness, Hillary would have finished us off.

  7. lyn says:

  8. helenk3 says:

    MYIQ

    would you add this site to the sidebar. I go there everyday, several times a day. It is the best place for news of all kinds that I have seen on the internet

    https://nalert.blogspot.com/

    • lateblum says:

      I agree. It is also one of my daily go-to sites. I just now came from there.
      It’s a good site for news from everywhere.

    • swanspirit says:

      And if it’s not too much trouble, this one as well, please?
      https://theconservativetreehouse.com
      I like Sundance, his research and analyses are great!

      • cynic says:

        Someone there sure does their homework. I first found the site during the Trayvon/Zimmerman trial.

    • John Denney says:

      Thanks, Helen!
      Here’s a pretty good article linked to from there:

      https://www.economist.com/schools-brief/2018/08/18/was-john-maynard-keynes-a-liberal

      I agree with this thought, with the caveat that the government should have money banked for this purpose, not just crank up the money printing presses:
      “Even a small and unassuming state must carry out some public investment—in infrastructure, for example. Keynes thought these projects should be timed to offset downturns in private spending, when men and materials would anyway be easier to find.”

      I have a bone to pick with this, though:
      “The resulting unemployment was not merely unjust, it was also thuddingly inefficient. Labour, Keynes pointed out, does not keep. Although workers themselves do not disappear through disuse, the time they could have spent contributing to the economy is squandered for ever.”

      He presumes that if one is unemployed, one cannot contribute to the economy. One can be productive without being employes. My Grandmothers were never employed, but they still contributed. Sewing clothes, and growing and canning food spring to mind as examples of their productiveness.
      I’ve been unemployed many times, but was never unproductive.
      I think it was the Klown who said, “Without production, there can be no consumption.”
      “Economy” derives from the Greek word, “oikos”, meaning, “house”. It’s how you run your house, which should be productively. Even in the city: a Swiss craftsman can turn a couple ounces of metal and crystal into a Swiss watch.

  9. foxyladi14 says:

    We need a “street fighter”!!!!

    • lyn says:

      Bwahahaha!

  10. mothy2017 says:

    I have this fantasy that Trump is really going after killary.
    He was explicit in calling for her incarceration. How much does he know? Take a step back. There has never been anything like these past 18 months. I know trillions are at stake, but you’d think some would work with him for their own benefit. Nope they are all or nothing. Thing is they cannot control the beast they created. Media Matters writer yesterday called for a boycott of msnbc. Madcow is exhibiting a smidgen of fairness?
    His44 has been on Sessions for awhile. Love the site, but I don’t think Jeff is that incompetent.
    I have to look back to my first reading of The Art of the Deal. Skkinny young guy from an outer boro walking through the streets of Manhattan with Roy Cohn knowing one day he was going to brand the greatest city in the world with his name. He surveyed the land. Knew the terrain. He did it and more. He hinted at the Oval Office for decades.
    You do not get to be Donald Trump w/out knowing what you are doing. He never would have run if he didn’t think he was going to win. I cannot believe be is not certain that hillary is the prize. He has invested his entire self in calling upon her integrity. It’s the foundation of the last 4 years.
    I think she is toast. Prison.

    • mothy2017 says:

      I am working in a coffee house to make sure my brat gets hers. I am not that broke. Crud got the latest iPhone as part of her school wardrobe. The X. She gets to live her life as if my dad had not died. That is my choice. Those grades matter. I will reward straight A’s.
      Anywho coffee shop my coworkers are not left wing crazies. They get up at 3 am to be at work at 4. It is beyond gay friendly. They can make 18 an hour. Most are students in college. I never knew a person that identified as another gender. I work side by side with them. They do not hate Trump. They are fascinated by him.
      Do not believe the hype. I am a 51 year old gay man raising a brat. Anthony, Milo, Ambassador Grennell Peter Theil, WalkAway, Boykin, and so many more. Gay is no longer restricted to having liars defend and use me. I am well into middle age. I now get angrywhen politicians use my sexuality to manipulate me. No more. It is happening with black people. Walk Away is REAL.

      • lateblum says:

        Today I received a fundraising email from Iowa Democrats – again. This time I unsubscribed and when they asked for a reason for my decision I wrote,

        ”I #Walk(ed)Away.”

        I plan to use this response to each Dem email I receive as I unsubscribe. I’ll do it to each GOP begging email as well.

  11. Dora says:

    I just heard Stuart Varney report this on his show. I don’t want to believe it. The polls are fake. But what a disaster this would be if it happens!

    =====

    Democrats on the verge of winning 222 House seats in 2018 midterm elections: Poll
    https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/news/democrats-on-the-verge-of-winning-222-house-seats-in-2018-midterm-elections-poll

    • elliesmom says:

      It’s nice to have a First Lady who wears clothes I might like to wear. I have no illusions they would look the same on me, but I could be fashionable in a green turtleneck, white pants, and white sneakers. I remember women and girls dressing like Jackie Kennedy. It was fun to have a fashion role model.

      • cynic says:

        I have many Ralph Lauren clothes items in my closet. If you buy the classics, it never goes out of style.

        • Jadzia says:

          I am about as far from the “classic” type as you can get, but I have SO MUCH Ralph Lauren and Polo in my closet! Because it’s designed for my curvy body type and the quality is so good it lasts forever.

          • cynic says:

            Maybe that’s another reason why I like the clothes. I, likewise, have curves. Oh, and I kind of lied. I have several wool blazers with the huge shoulder pads. I liked that style because it made my hips look smaller. Now, it looks really funny, but the buttons on them are fabulous, and I would never rip them off. They hang in the back of my closet (moth protected).

          • Jadzia says:

            I have 2 RL dresses that look plain on the rack–but when they are on MY rack (see what I did there?), they are sexy AF.

  12. helenk3 says:

    my youngest grand daughter shared this on facebook. This kid is so great and so smart and so funny she makes my buttons bust with pride

  13. Myiq2xu™ says:

  14. Dora says:

    I can hardly wait.

    ===

    Chelsea Clinton says she has not ruled out running for office

    Daughter of Bill and Hillary says a move into politics in future is a ‘definite maybe’

    https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2018/aug/20/chelsea-clinton-says-she-has-not-ruled-out-running-for-office

  15. Dora says:

    Joe Scarborough is the one who is unwell!

  16. helenk3 says:

    https://www.news.com.au/finance/economy/world-economy/south-africa-begins-seizing-whiteowned-farms/news-story/8937f899bd3f131bfc4ffb648ea5c53b

    i would burn down the building and salt the earth before I left. I would damned it they would benefit from my hard work

    • elliesmom says:

      My sentiments exactly.

    • swanspirit says:

      They won’t benefit from anything the farmers did. That’s what happened in Zimbabwe.

      http://sultanknish.blogspot.com/2018/08/south-africa-goes-zimbabwe.html?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=facebook

      Zimbabwe had already made great strides in improving agriculture through land seizures.

      Land was stolen from the farmers who knew how to work it and handed out to politically connected thugs. Soon the former “bread basket” of Southern Africa was starving. Black groups pleaded with the white farmers to remain. Rural Zimbabwe died. Hyperinflation made the currency worthless. A trillion dollars might not be enough to buy one egg. A former food exporter was forced to rely on food aid.

      Not to mention that investors will pull out of South Africa, in fear of other government seizures, and the imminent demise of their economy, due to food scarcity.

      So the farmers could burn and salt, but the damage will come from the stupidity of the government, who is seeking reprisal and acting on identity politics, and outright racism.
      The farmers would be better off packing everything of value and leaving the country, at this point, while they can escape with their lives. They are being systematically murdered at an unbelievable rate.
      I think they have been offered sanctuary by one European country, and Australia.

      • Lulu says:

        And Russia. They want farmers in Russia. I would guess that Austrailia does too. The end to this is going to be very bad for the people of SA. The large farms, targeted for seizure are 16,000 acres and over, and this is the 20% of ag land which produces 80% of the food produced in SA for domestic consumption. Being in the Southern Hemisphere, it is the equivalent of February in the US with planting due very shortly. NOTHING will be planted. Why spend on planting (fuel, labor, seed, fertilizer) if it going to be seized? There will be food shortages in THIS CROP YEAR! The government want this famine. They want a civil war to drive out all Europeans. Next will be significant population desecended from India immigrants. Then mixed race peoples. Everyone will turn on everyone because they are starving.

        • Lulu says:

          And LARGE farms are not contiguous pieces of land. It might be 10 parcels scattered over an area but farmed by one family (extended usually) but it is called large farms. The land was purchased over generations also.

          • Myiq2xu™ says:

            The Left quit caring about South Africa and Rhodesia when the whites surrendered power. If they started wholesale slaughtering white people the Left would shrug and say the whites deserved it. The only way the Left will care about either of those two countries is if the whites try to fight back against genocide.

            Just like they don’t care about black-on-white violence here. Only white-on-black violence matters.

  17. Dora says:

  18. helenk3 says:

    there is help for the SJWs

  19. Myiq2xu™ says:

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