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  1. Good Lord, remember when the Onion was pure satire?
  2. Good to hear. It's nice when somebody with a tongue longer than their sad penis gets a second chance to shock the world.
  3. You could say that about anywhere above 110th. My point was part of Manhattan is above the river. You called me wrong and I wasn’t By day it’s one of the most wonderfully diverse places in the world. I’m glad I have family there to visit. next week we will be covering how our largest state has the fewest number of counties and that Louisiana technically has zero counties
  4. You sure about that? You sure there’s no part of the Burrough of Manhattan that is actually across the river, physically land adjacent to The Bronx? Marble Hill is north of the river, not south of it? You’re sure about that? Part of Manhattan is across the river my only point was people in Texas understand how New York works.
  5. I learned today that New York City is comprised of five Burroughs and five counties. I am learning’d do people in New York really not think we all know that? Ooooh, do the part where your reveal that part of Manhattan is actually on the mainland and blends into the Bronx. Though physically attached to it, do queens and Brooklyn not typically get folded into Long Island?
  6. My mom (from Mexico) saw Latinx the other day for the first time in print. She asked me what that meant and I explained what most of you have pointed out. she brought up a great point. What are these people gonna do when they realize that all half million nouns in Spanish have masculine or feminine articles? And most of the adjectives used to describe them change their ending based on the masculine or feminine article attached to the noun? Even if you just want to change the article for people, because of identity politics. What do you do with describing a funny, tall, political Latinx? Unx Graciosx Altx Politicx Latinx? Careful when you want to overcorrect politically, it ends up being insane and futile.
  7. I'm pleased to see that most Americans are listening to factual, science-based data. They are of course going to most trusted source on all things Logic & Reason...the great Dr. Chuck Woolery: It ain't CR, because you know...he's a fucking game show host. If Everyone is lying Chuck, how do we know you're telling us the truth? If we can't trust these bedrock institutions like CDC and Medical Science, who can we trust? I think, maybe you think, you're Tyler Durden. And you're organizing some sort of bizzare-o Fight Club for octogenarian conspiracy theorists to be the theme of your next game show?
  8. Wait, the new strategy against Biden is "He can't get the ratings I get, so Big Media will suffer financially?" Am I basically reading that correctly? That's what he's going with? That wouldn't play during any other election in our history, but to attempt that now? Da fuh? I know you're worried about the economy, how your kids' schools reopening will unfold, the massive raging pandemic, Russian bounty hunters, and riots in your cities...but have you a moment to learn with me about how the Fox News Corp. stock price is valued against its Nielsen Ratings?
  9. Yeah, but what about the per capita infection rates? You see, at the end of the day, you gotta count your net-net. The reopening thing confuses me. A lot of Trumpers like to point at NY/NJ, Seattle, Miami, and Los Angeles as infection hot spots because they're run by Democrats and they are densely populated areas with people on top of one another. So that's why they need a different approach to handle Covid19, right? Does make some sense, the reopening strategy for Manhattan is going to look different than Pocatello, Idaho. Most Trumpers would agree? Then you get to Texas. And for months, we tried to tell leaders with reason that Austin and Houston shouldn't reopen the same way as King County or Loving County, because densely populated areas need to behave differently than less populated areas. But nope, fuck that idea---they said. We're gonna issue blanket orders for our massive and diverse state. 25 of Americas 50 smallest counties (by population) are in Texas. As 6 of the 25 of the largest cities in America are also here. So yeah, fuck it. Let's have one set of rules and tell local mayors or county officials to fuck themselves? Anybody see the contradiction? New York had all those people die because of the public transportation and dense urban cores. So Trump has to handle them differently than he would Georgia. That was their party line. Then you get to the state level and everybody has to behave the same way? Yeah, makes all kinds of sense
  10. His offices were/are between Kearney & Grant. WTF? How do you work IN Chinatown and then shout at this family like they're the first Asians you've ever seen? I bet his coworkers haeve epic stories about 3-martini lunches near the office with him. He must be somewhat educated given that he's from a nation with good schools, he's at a very expensive restaurant in Carmel, and he was a CEO of a fair-sized shop. I wonder then why he doesn't know about his own country's Empire building in Asia for centuries. Not a good look, dude. I don't think he can blame the alcohol either, judging by the fact that they look like they were just doing wine-by-the-glass. I haven't seen anybody tougher on Asia than the British, and I haven't anybody ruder to Asians than this guy. So, place your bets...now that he's resigned...how many days before Trump appoints him to the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative-Asia Desk?
  11. Well then your colon is about to have an abortion.
  12. Wow, Abbott as the VP slot on the ticket. I did not see that coming. But I guess you gotta shore up Texas if things are this dire.
  13. ^ Where'd you get it done that quickly, if you don't mind me asking?
  14. While i'm not a terribly big fan of aborting babies...I will say that so many on the "pro-life" side also don't understand that so many of the Planned Parenthood "abortions" are D&C procedures performed on mothers who miscarried or were opting out of carrying to term for other grave medical reasons. There's really just not as many stand-alone "murder clinics" in this nation as some would have you believe. That said, there's only one way human babies arrive in this world. Let's pay some loving attention to that as well.
  15. That's because you're a Constitutional Evolutionist. The Original Articles speak very clearly to masks and are not subject to Breyer/Ginsburg bullshit. There is so much in the Bible and Article II that clearly lays out mask and social distancing theory, it's not even funny...
  16. What was the SNL Phil Hartman quote about chunks in his stool? James Brown was the feature act. I took this thread to mean the best frontman of a band.
  17. No, you're thinking of dickcream.net But I see where your mind's at. Ah, found it during baby nap-time: https://unhappyhipsters.tumblr.com/page/2
  18. Quick aside---what is the name of that website that was quite popular about 5-10 years ago? It was basically photos taken from Dwell Magazine (and others like it) with captions about how hard it was to be a modern hipster in the contemporary architectual landscape? And they were really scathing and funny. Anybody remember? Ahhh! Thanks.
  19. the Fear of Covid-19 is somewhat powerful because it's somewhat irrational and somewhat based in mathematics. the Fear of losing your country to people who aren't really like you is incredibly powerful because it's entirely based on irrationality and not at all based on reason. Some would say you could form an entire leadership platform around that fear. That fear is far more powerful than any fear of a virus. We are biologically programmed to fear what we can see, and to ignore what we don't see. The real trick to real power is to convince people that they already saw what they feared most and didn't act accordingly.
  20. 109 members of the team/staff could test positive, and they'd still beat us by two touchdowns.
  21. Yeah, most generational generalities and Lobo alliterations aside, it's just a statistical fact that Americans under 35 socialize with people of other races much more than Americans over 35. It's because of there just being more people of color in the nation now, but also social norms, more public events/spaces, more internet meeting of people, etc. And it's just not cool anymore to be an asshole white curmudgeon who thinks those same people are stealing your country. But it's gotta be weird to look through this police reform/criminal justice call to action/BLM stuff and see what horrible injustices and institutional racism that are all still rampant in our nation. And then you look at your leaders, both political and corporate, and their remedy is to remove racially insensitive episodes from shows that aired before you were born. No serious police reform. No serious looks at educational and economic barriers that inhibit upward trajectories for the Black community. Nope, we're gonna delete Karl Malone skits. That should fix it! They have to see these empty gestures and just laugh. And I don't blame them.
  22. Didn't realize Jordan Hicks posted on this board. Grab your video camera, we got work to do...
  23. Good point. If your partner is even remotely good at oral sex, she's gonna lick and/or gargle the balls. I keep mine pristine, but who knows what the hell is going on in the back half of a scrotum? And if you're somewhat generous with your female partner, you're gonna at least get down to the taint. Or maybe his religion prohibits oral sex altogether.
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