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Sarah Palin on Donald Trump's immigration plan 87% Posted Aug 2015

Sarah Palin on Donald Trump's immigration plan

Comment: 789 days ago

If this election is a circus and Trump is the clown, she's definitely the jack@ss they've dressed up as a giraffe.

Sarah Palin on Donald Trump's immigration plan 87% Posted Aug 2015

Sarah Palin on Donald Trump's immigration plan

Comment: 789 days ago

She is just so perversely happy to be back on television running her cake-hole again.  She reminds of nothing more than a monkey pissing in its own face and absolutely _loving_ it.

Sarah Palin on Donald Trump's immigration plan 87% Posted Aug 2015

Sarah Palin on Donald Trump's immigration plan

Comment: 789 days ago

She is just so perversely happy to be back on television running her cake-hole again.  She reminds of nothing more than a monkey pissing in its own face and absolutely _loving_ it.

Musical Chairs at the Rodeo 88% Posted May 2015

Musical Chairs at the Rodeo

Comment: 889 days ago

This video is a subtle and nuanced exploration of the American psyche.  My read of it goes thusly: "f*ck you, I'd rather destroy the chair than let someone else sit in it!" . . . and also, I am fat and drunk.  U-S-A! U-S-A!

The cost of living around the world 87% Posted Mar 2015

The cost of living around the world

Comment: 943 days ago

This is a false assumption.  "Public health," which every western country has, is, by definition, used by everyone, whether they ever enter a hospital or not (and we all do, eventually).  Also, the health of your neighbours and co-workers is, at least indirectly, connected to your own, so there's no such thing as "not using the service."  Even if you live in a shack on a mountain, without roads or electricity, 90% of your life (e.g. the nails used to make your home, made from metal mined on public land and the animals you hunt for food, only alive b/c they are protected by state or national law) is only possible because of the tax-funded government infrastructure.  This is why Libertarianism and most of hardcore Conservatism are both based on falsehoods.  Anyone in a modern state who tells themselves "I don't need no dang guvmint!" is either ignorant or delusional, especially b/c in all modern nations, the government itself is the single largest employer.  So essentially, with taxes, you are not so much paying for "services" that you can use or ignore, as you are being a shareholder in the nation itself (this, in essence, is the principle of the modern Commonwealth-Republic).  Ditto currency, which is a government bond writ small.    

Machine Gun America theme park 86% Posted Mar 2015

Machine Gun America theme park

Comment: 944 days ago

This is ****** up in more ways than I can possibly count.  I wonder when they'll open their "Experience Columbine!" attraction?  Guns are not toys or amusements, they are tools designed solely for the purpose of killing.  That so many take such pleasure from them is a sure sign of how little we have evolved from chimpanzees, and how much farther we need to go before we are safe from our own worst instincts.  

The cost of living around the world 87% Posted Mar 2015

The cost of living around the world

Comment: 944 days ago

Clearly, they are just looking at rent/food/fuel and have not factored in any of the following:

1. Medical costs

2. Educational costs

3. Safety/security issues

"Quality of Life" measurements are much more useful, and they all put countries such as Australia, Norway, Canada and others with state-sponsored medicine and education + low crime rates at the top.  The one country that has both relatively moderate cost of living AND all of these benefits is Germany (and no, I don't live there myself).  

Day in the life of Boston snowplow driver known as Dogg 92% Posted Feb 2015

Day in the life of Boston snowplow driver known as Dogg

Comment: 965 days ago

Typical obnoxious Boston M@sshole.  And people there wonder why they have such a lousy reputation.  

Remote-controlled pterodactyl takes to the skies 87% Posted Feb 2015

Remote-controlled pterodactyl takes to the skies

Comment: 967 days ago

This reporter is the epitome of "adorkable."

Saudi historian: Women should not drive in case they get raped 87% Posted Feb 2015

Saudi historian: Women should not drive in case they get raped

Comment: 977 days ago

What an idiot.  Saudi women should stay off the road not because they will get raped if they break down, but because they are _bad_ drivers.  The only silver lining is that would-be rapists are likely to be run over repeatedly before they get the chance to commit dastardly deeds.

Ben Shapiro: The myth of the tiny radical Muslim minority 48% Posted Jan 2015

Ben Shapiro: The myth of the tiny radical Muslim minority

Comment: 996 days ago

This is idiotic, ideologically-biased claptrap.  By his "logic" anyone with a strict religious belief (i.e. a Fundamentalist) is a "radical."  So, this would include large numbers of Evangelical Christians, Orthodox Jews, etc.  And yet, he is not worried about that _at all_.

Fox News terrorism expert thinks Birmingham is totally Muslim 88% Posted Jan 2015

Fox News terrorism expert thinks Birmingham is totally Muslim

Comment: 1007 days ago

only 21% of the population of Birmingham self-reports as belonging to the Muslim faith.  It has risen only 5% (from 15%) in the last decade.  If they are "taking over" the city, they sure are doing a shite job of it.  You people need to get a grip.

BTW, you want a "no go zone?"  Every single large city in the US has massive ghettoes.  Not that moronic, ignorant Americans care, since they either drive their SUVs right over them on elevated highways or never see them (and therefore either exaggerate or deny their existence).  The scariest neighborhood in Britain reminds me of the scariest neighborhood in Eurodisneyland, in comparison.  

Magician avoids speeding ticket with Rubik's Cube trick 94% Posted Dec 2014

Magician avoids speeding ticket with Rubik's Cube trick

Comment: 1047 days ago

I meant a video or recording of _you_ winning a speed-solving contest, not this goof with the feet.

Magician avoids speeding ticket with Rubik's Cube trick 94% Posted Dec 2014

Magician avoids speeding ticket with Rubik's Cube trick

Comment: 1047 days ago

Excellent.  Please post a video of this marvelous feat.

Bush comments on CIA torture report 86% Posted Dec 2014

Bush comments on CIA torture report

Comment: 1047 days ago

One could argue that the CIA is a necessary evil.  Dubja, on the other hand, is an unnecessary idiot.

Cat slain by Slayer 95% Posted Dec 2014

Cat slain by Slayer

Comment: 1047 days ago

He was just waiting for the Michael Buble set afterwards.

Taliban attack fail 88% Posted Nov 2014

Taliban attack fail

Comment: 1080 days ago

Congratulations America.  I hope you think your $6 Trillion was well-spent.

Japanese boy takes control of is Halloween costume 88% Posted Oct 2014

Japanese boy takes control of is Halloween costume

Comment: 1091 days ago

Next day's headline: Japanese Boy Accidentally Slays Entire Family with Halloween Costume.

MO-FLY by Moritz Mueller 88% Posted Oct 2014

MO-FLY by Moritz Mueller

Comment: 1092 days ago

Yes, the anti-semitism in this small child's magic trick was evident to us all.  

F-22 Raptor night refuelling on operations over Syria 92% Posted Oct 2014

F-22 Raptor night refuelling on operations over Syria

Comment: 1093 days ago

Round 1: US supports Iraq in the Iran-Iraq war, 100s of thousands die on both sides.  Winner: no one.

Round 2: Iraq invades Kuwait, US-led coalition invades Iraq.  Casualties: 5,000 Kuwaitis, 50k Iraqi military, 200k Iraqi civilians, 300 coalition forces.  Winner: US-led coalition; Loser: Iraqi civilians.  

Round 3: US invades Iraq again.  11 years later, after the longest continous war in US history, casualites including combat dead, ensuing civil war, disease, malnutrition, etc.: 340,000 Iraqis (90% civilian), 5,000 coalition. Cost $1.1 TRILLION.  Loser: US taxpayer and Iraqi children.

So go ahead, enjoy the pretty lights on the pretty plane, you friggin' idiots.    

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