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2012-04-28 01:32:06 PM  

She comes in colors everywhere: A Dark Evil Omen: Nishu: Off the top of my head, I can't even think of a blender you might buy that's made in USA.

BlendTec is American-assembled with almost all American-made parts.

...And this is why I love Fark. Any assertion you make is sure to be immediately countered and refuted by someone.


Ftr, I didn't make any assertion aside from the fact that I couldn't think of any blenders that were made in America.
 
2012-04-28 01:32:30 PM  

Nishu: Off the top of my head, I can't even think of a blender you might buy that's made in USA.


iirc kitchenaid stuff is made in ohio
 
2012-04-28 01:33:03 PM  
I thought the fat dog saying MOO-CHELLE was the tea party face?
 
2012-04-28 01:33:06 PM  

QU!RK1019: She comes in colors everywhere: ...And this is why I love Fark. Any assertion you make is sure to be immediately countered and refuted by someone.

Not always.


ok, this would be TOO easy so I'll let it pass.
 
2012-04-28 01:34:03 PM  
www.blendtec.com
 
2012-04-28 01:34:27 PM  
fta: The rally drew residents distressed about the nation's direction. One carried a colonial flag and another wore a tri-cornered hat -- symbols of republican values they said the country has lost.

Wait, they want America to become a colony of England again?

And the real trouble with Republicans these days is their choice of hats?

And we're supposed to take these people seriously why again?

/On the plus only 200 people attended this thing.
//Judging by the average age and BMI seen in that pic odds are only 100 of them will still be alive by the time election day rolls around.
///So there's that.
 
2012-04-28 01:35:02 PM  

A Dark Evil Omen: Nishu: A Dark Evil Omen: Nishu: Off the top of my head, I can't even think of a blender you might buy that's made in USA.

BlendTec is American-assembled with almost all American-made parts.

Did you know that or did you google it? Seriously, XD

If my vitamix ever dies I'll look into this blendtec... But I doubt my vitamix will ever die.

That one, I actually knew off the top of my head. Because of:

Mrtraveler01: Will it Blend

Best ad campaign ever.

Googling "blender made in usa" turns up some other options... Like KitchenAid, huh.


I'm not sure the Kitchenaid one is accurate any more. I think they moved their mixer production overseas anyway. A lot of products are like that. They build a reputation on American made quality and then quietly start producing overseas. Not to say its intentionally misleading or anything, but a lot of the products that people tell me are made in America turn out not to be. =/
 
2012-04-28 01:35:39 PM  

QU!RK1019: She comes in colors everywhere: ...And this is why I love Fark. Any assertion you make is sure to be immediately countered and refuted by someone.

Not always.


i48.tinypic.com
 
2012-04-28 01:36:56 PM  

ghare: [www.blendtec.com image 234x266]


Well, Utah County is technically in the USA. But if you ever visit there, it's more like a different planet.
 
2012-04-28 01:37:23 PM  

Nishu: I'm not sure the Kitchenaid one is accurate any more. I think they moved their mixer production overseas anyway. A lot of products are like that. They build a reputation on American made quality and then quietly start producing overseas. Not to say its intentionally misleading or anything, but a lot of the products that people tell me are made in America turn out not to be. =/


And you won't ever hear a discussion in the mainstream press about how many jobs we've lost in this country, nor will you hear talking heads on Fox news discuss what to do about bringing those jobs back here to stay. At best you'll get vague talking points about 'jobs leaving the country'...but it always bleaches out into nothing more than background noise. the truth is that we're never getting those jobs back here. they're gone.
 
2012-04-28 01:38:39 PM  
This is now a blender thread.

i45.tinypic.com
 
2012-04-28 01:38:48 PM  

Nishu: I'm not sure the Kitchenaid one is accurate any more. I think they moved their mixer production overseas anyway. A lot of products are like that. They build a reputation on American made quality and then quietly start producing overseas. Not to say its intentionally misleading or anything, but a lot of the products that people tell me are made in America turn out not to be. =/


Most of KitchenAid's products are made overseas but they still claim, at least, that their stand mixers are still made in Ohio.
 
2012-04-28 01:41:12 PM  

Nishu: Satanic_Hamster: Snarcoleptic_Hoosier: Having worked in retail in past couple years, there is an observable moron point. The people who complain about most things not being made in the USA are the ones most likely to be buying the eleven dollar blender because it's so much cheaper. I wish there was a correlation between the two observations, but, alas, there is not.

I remember a Daily Show correspondent pointing out to a right winger that the "Buy American" t-shirts he was handin gout were made in Taiwan.

It's really, really hard to find American made stuff any more, even if you're willing to pay for it. I have a few go to website for certain things, but for most things it's almost impossible to find things made in America. Valid criticism, but try it before you start hatin'. It's very time consuming and extremely inconvenient to buy made in America all the time. Off the top of my head, I can't even think of a blender you might buy that's made in USA.


Again, this is only because I worked in a housewares store, but the brand "Hamilton Beach" has a few electrics that are assembled in the US. It's better than nothing. Also "Anchor" brand glass is made in the US.

/Cool retail-slave story bro
 
2012-04-28 01:42:45 PM  

Weaver95: FormlessOne: Political tafurs, I'm tellin' you. The GOP funded them, trained some of them, and unleashed them hoping to sway moderates and spread agitprop. They're running wild now, doing as much damage to the GOP as to anyone else in this election cycle, even as the GOP struggles to keep them pointed at the GOP's enemies.

this is why you don't unleash a new creature into an ecosystem without studying the subject extensively before you do it.


That's the amusing part - FreedomWorks, and the chuckleheads behind it, thought they did. They thought they could control the beast - and they failed. Ambitious idiots in Congress, like Michele Bachmann, thought they each were the De Roi Tafur and tried to steer the teabaggers for their own purposes. As a result, this group of idiots is now largely rudderless, a bunch of political rabble pointed at issues and urged with the cheapest of rhetoric and the flimsiest of pretenses to attack those issues like a pit bull on PCP.
 
2012-04-28 01:43:15 PM  
What a foreign blender might look like:
i50.tinypic.com
 
2012-04-28 01:43:41 PM  

A Dark Evil Omen: Nishu: Off the top of my head, I can't even think of a blender you might buy that's made in USA.

BlendTec is American-assembled with almost all American-made parts.


See also: VitaMix
 
2012-04-28 01:44:02 PM  

She comes in colors everywhere: This is now a blender thread.

[i45.tinypic.com image 450x600]


fark it, let's just make it a hot girl thread.

i579.photobucket.com
 
2012-04-28 01:44:28 PM  

ultraholland:
I've kept my eye on these types for years now. Any outward showing of "patriotism," whether it be clothing, signs, or chants, will make me trust you less. Hypernationalism has helped take us to a lot of bad places in recent history.


Hyperreligion, hypernationalism--anytime someone needs to be identified with a group that has a strong "label", but can mean all kinds of things to different people, be very suspicious. They just slap on that label and go all batshiat crazy. Logic or a rational set of beliefs not needed, because all they need and want is the ability to cite how they're better than you are, because they have the label. If you're a member of a large enough group, doesn't really matter if you're right, does it? Everybody in your group agrees with you!

www.win-vector.com

/I don't know why the sneetches keep seeming so appropriate for so many threads. Dr Suess was a genius.
 
2012-04-28 01:44:33 PM  

Nishu: But I doubt my vitamix will ever die.


Oh goddamnitsomuch!
 
2012-04-28 01:44:49 PM  

QU!RK1019: ghare: [www.blendtec.com image 234x266]

Well, Utah County is technically in the USA. But if you ever visit there, it's more like a different planet.


Then I'm putting it on my list of must-see places.
 
2012-04-28 01:45:17 PM  

Snarcoleptic_Hoosier: Nishu: Satanic_Hamster: Snarcoleptic_Hoosier: Having worked in retail in past couple years, there is an observable moron point. The people who complain about most things not being made in the USA are the ones most likely to be buying the eleven dollar blender because it's so much cheaper. I wish there was a correlation between the two observations, but, alas, there is not.

I remember a Daily Show correspondent pointing out to a right winger that the "Buy American" t-shirts he was handin gout were made in Taiwan.

It's really, really hard to find American made stuff any more, even if you're willing to pay for it. I have a few go to website for certain things, but for most things it's almost impossible to find things made in America. Valid criticism, but try it before you start hatin'. It's very time consuming and extremely inconvenient to buy made in America all the time. Off the top of my head, I can't even think of a blender you might buy that's made in USA.

Again, this is only because I worked in a housewares store, but the brand "Hamilton Beach" has a few electrics that are assembled in the US. It's better than nothing. Also "Anchor" brand glass is made in the US.

/Cool retail-slave story bro


CSB - my stepfather worked at an Anchor glass plant in Danielson, CT. He, too, had some cool stories.
 
2012-04-28 01:45:35 PM  

QU!RK1019: She comes in colors everywhere: This is now a blender thread.

[i45.tinypic.com image 450x600]

fark it, let's just make it a hot girl thread.

[i579.photobucket.com image 483x639]


imokwiththis.jpg
 
2012-04-28 01:46:10 PM  

tlchwi02: randomjsa: No riots, no vandalism, no lice, no crime... Everyone is peaceful and there are no problems? Who they are and why they are there is clear and unambiguous?

we get it, if you were alive in 1776 you'd have supported the crown. we get it. you can stop posting now.

/when the "Tea Partiers" look down on people using vandalism as a form of political and social protest, we are truly through the looking glass. Do any of those illiterate fools even know what the "Tea Party" they are referencing was?


Seeing as the original was a reaction to a tax CUT, I'm going to with 'They have no clue'.
 
2012-04-28 01:46:15 PM  

QU!RK1019: She comes in colors everywhere: This is now a blender thread.

[i45.tinypic.com image 450x600]

fark it, let's just make it a hot girl thread.

[i579.photobucket.com image 483x639]


Wait - you want to make it a "hot girl thread," and then post a mascara-challenged, manufactured "zany girl" instead?
 
2012-04-28 01:46:24 PM  

FormlessOne: Weaver95: FormlessOne: Political tafurs, I'm tellin' you. The GOP funded them, trained some of them, and unleashed them hoping to sway moderates and spread agitprop. They're running wild now, doing as much damage to the GOP as to anyone else in this election cycle, even as the GOP struggles to keep them pointed at the GOP's enemies.

this is why you don't unleash a new creature into an ecosystem without studying the subject extensively before you do it.

That's the amusing part - FreedomWorks, and the chuckleheads behind it, thought they did. They thought they could control the beast - and they failed. Ambitious idiots in Congress, like Michele Bachmann, thought they each were the De Roi Tafur and tried to steer the teabaggers for their own purposes. As a result, this group of idiots is now largely rudderless, a bunch of political rabble pointed at issues and urged with the cheapest of rhetoric and the flimsiest of pretenses to attack those issues like a pit bull on PCP.


I dunno...Doctor Frankenstein did the same thing and it worked out really well for him!

President Ronald Reagan is another person who didn't have a similar problem.

www.legitgov.org
 
2012-04-28 01:48:21 PM  

FormlessOne: Wait - you want to make it a "hot girl thread," and then post a mascara-challenged, manufactured "zany girl" instead?


Know how I know you're gay?
 
2012-04-28 01:48:38 PM  

Weaver95: Nishu: I'm not sure the Kitchenaid one is accurate any more. I think they moved their mixer production overseas anyway. A lot of products are like that. They build a reputation on American made quality and then quietly start producing overseas. Not to say its intentionally misleading or anything, but a lot of the products that people tell me are made in America turn out not to be. =/

And you won't ever hear a discussion in the mainstream press about how many jobs we've lost in this country, nor will you hear talking heads on Fox news discuss what to do about bringing those jobs back here to stay. At best you'll get vague talking points about 'jobs leaving the country'...but it always bleaches out into nothing more than background noise. the truth is that we're never getting those jobs back here. they're gone.


Oh come on, if w get rid of minimum wage, child labor laws and environmental protections, and taxes on corporations and the wealthy, SURELY THEN the jobs will come back!
 
2012-04-28 01:51:06 PM  

ghare: QU!RK1019: ghare: [www.blendtec.com image 234x266]

Well, Utah County is technically in the USA. But if you ever visit there, it's more like a different planet.

Then I'm putting it on my list of must-see places.


Prepare to be disappointed.
 
2012-04-28 01:51:17 PM  

NewportBarGuy: Nishu: But I doubt my vitamix will ever die.

Oh goddamnitsomuch!


Lol, I didnt even realize it was made here. I probably did when I bought it but it's been awhile. And my kitchen aid mixer is made here too.

now that I buy expensive made in America shiat, can I complain about things not being made in america?

Also, American apparel is made in America. And some of their stuff is cute. Some of it's damn ugly though.
 
2012-04-28 01:53:16 PM  
www.shakiraheaven.com
 
2012-04-28 01:53:22 PM  
And hanky panky lingerie is made in USA. XD
 
2012-04-28 01:55:34 PM  
you are a puppet

not sure what your point is but I agree wholeheartedly
 
2012-04-28 01:55:49 PM  

FormlessOne: QU!RK1019: She comes in colors everywhere: This is now a blender thread.

[i45.tinypic.com image 450x600]

fark it, let's just make it a hot girl thread.

[i579.photobucket.com image 483x639]

Wait - you want to make it a "hot girl thread," and then post a mascara-challenged, manufactured "zany girl" instead?


Nonono... she's a Manic Pixie Dream Girl
 
2012-04-28 01:58:46 PM  

ghare: Then I'm putting it on my list of must-see places.


If you'd like to experience this:
3.bp.blogspot.com
 
2012-04-28 02:03:28 PM  

Nishu: I can't wait to go to my first Tea Party rally. Rand Paul went to one a couple weeks ago and I was really bummed not to be able to go to that one. They seem like tons o' fun.


I went to Mr. Beck's 'Restoring Honor' rally and wrote it up for Fark. Fear and loathing in D.C..
 
2012-04-28 02:03:29 PM  

QU!RK1019: ghare: Then I'm putting it on my list of must-see places.

If you'd like to experience this:
[3.bp.blogspot.com image 400x400]


I've always wondered what that shirt means:

I can't...think critically. I'm Mormon.
I can't...wait until my night with my husband. I'm Mormon.
I can't...drink a Diet Coke because I'll go to hell. I'm Mormon.
I can't...believe black people are equal. I'm Mormon.
I can't...wait to get my Kolob-like planet. I'm Mormon.
I can't...get this stain out of my magic underwear. I'm Mormon.
I can't...see that it is not a coincidence that my church leaders get a divine fax whenever a Church policy is political inconvenient. I'm Mormon.
 
2012-04-28 02:07:24 PM  
liberalvaluesblog.com
Liberals are sexy.
 
2012-04-28 02:13:50 PM  

gimmegimme: I can't...think critically. I'm Mormon.
I can't...wait until my night with my husband. I'm Mormon.
I can't...drink a Diet Coke because I'll go to hell. I'm Mormon.
I can't...believe black people are equal. I'm Mormon.
I can't...wait to get my Kolob-like planet. I'm Mormon.
I can't...get this stain out of my magic underwear. I'm Mormon.
I can't...see that it is not a coincidence that my church leaders get a divine fax whenever a Church policy is political inconvenient. I'm Mormon.


The ellipsis covers all those and more.
 
2012-04-28 02:14:01 PM  
cryinoutloud: Everybody in your group agrees with you!

Thank god I haven't been suckered into hanging with like-minded groups of people. Makes me feel comfortable about myself and confident I've made the right decisions.

i0.kym-cdn.com
 
2012-04-28 02:14:19 PM  

QU!RK1019: Know how I know you're gay?


Because he doesn't have the same low standards as you?
 
2012-04-28 02:17:55 PM  

RainDawg: Because he doesn't have the same low standards as you?


Oh snap! Well, I'll slink back under my rock with my pointy-kneed actress/singer, and leave the truly beautiful women to those of you with more refined tastes.
 
2012-04-28 02:21:24 PM  

2wolves: Nishu: I can't wait to go to my first Tea Party rally. Rand Paul went to one a couple weeks ago and I was really bummed not to be able to go to that one. They seem like tons o' fun.

I went to Mr. Beck's 'Restoring Honor' rally and wrote it up for Fark. Fear and loathing in D.C..


Where abouts can I find this write up?

To be perfectly honest, I wanted to go to the one in kentucky mainly because Rand Paul was going to be there. He and I have been involved in an imaginary affair for months now. It's probably best I didn't go though, since the real life Rand Paul might have been an asshole or something. That would have totally ruined things between me and imaginary Rand Paul.
 
2012-04-28 02:25:33 PM  

SuperSeriousMan: The evolution of a Tea Party "patriot"

[leftycartoons.com image 640x621]


So not taking out taxes is the government helping you out?

(Besides, those credits are useless if both parents make average professional wages)
 
2012-04-28 02:35:14 PM  
My google-fu is weak but I remember a Teahadist rally at the PA State Capitol where fewer than 100 people showed up.

My favorite part was the photo of the tea partier dressed as, yes, a Hessian soldier holding a "NO TAXATION WITHOUT REPRESENTATION" sign (properly spelled, no less) while speaking to...his elected Representative in the PA House.
 
2012-04-28 02:35:22 PM  
*reads article*

God-damn these people really are dumber than a bag of rocks aren't they? Congratulations, you're all shills for the corporate douchebags who pay lower tax rates than you.

Because Socialism! Hurrr.
 
2012-04-28 02:45:32 PM  

LouDobbsAwaaaay: tlchwi02: /when the "Tea Partiers" look down on people using vandalism as a form of political and social protest, we are truly through the looking glass. Do any of those illiterate fools even know what the "Tea Party" they are referencing was?

They do. Remember: Teabaggers dress like the British at their bagger-rallies. They celebrate the Boston Tea Party - they just aren't representing the side you think they are.


My favorite is the guy who dresses like a Hessian.

farm4.static.flickr.com

The German Field Jäger Corps of Hesse-Cassel, employed as mercenaries by the British Crown:

http://www.historicalimagebank.com/gallery/main.php?g2_view=core.Down l oadItem&g2_itemId=19456&g2_serialNumber=4
 
2012-04-28 02:46:55 PM  

Sgt Otter: LouDobbsAwaaaay: tlchwi02: /when the "Tea Partiers" look down on people using vandalism as a form of political and social protest, we are truly through the looking glass. Do any of those illiterate fools even know what the "Tea Party" they are referencing was?

They do. Remember: Teabaggers dress like the British at their bagger-rallies. They celebrate the Boston Tea Party - they just aren't representing the side you think they are.

My favorite is the guy who dresses like a Hessian.

[farm4.static.flickr.com image 333x500]

The German Field Jäger Corps of Hesse-Cassel, employed as mercenaries by the British Crown:


www.historicalimagebank.com

FTFM.
 
2012-04-28 02:47:34 PM  

Mr. Coffee Nerves: My favorite part was the photo of the tea partier dressed as, yes, a Hessian soldier holding a "NO TAXATION WITHOUT REPRESENTATION" sign (properly spelled, no less) while speaking to...his elected Representative in the PA House.


There's a local guy here that made the "no taxation without representation" argument to his city council during a council meeting. The worst part was that he had about 5 buddies in the audience who were convinced he made a great point despite the fact that he had the council member from his district literally pointing to herself during his rant.
 
2012-04-28 02:48:06 PM  

Nishu: 2wolves: Nishu: I can't wait to go to my first Tea Party rally. Rand Paul went to one a couple weeks ago and I was really bummed not to be able to go to that one. They seem like tons o' fun.

I went to Mr. Beck's 'Restoring Honor' rally and wrote it up for Fark. Fear and loathing in D.C..

Where abouts can I find this write up?

Here:

05:10am Cool morning, low humidity. Might as well go downtown though I'd much rather go fishing. Eggs over easy on top of corned beef hash, OJ, toast. Get into the Mighty Pequod and drive to the Silver Spring Metro Station.

Station platform is dense pack. Rush hour on a Monday, first day into new Federal budget, packed. Stars and Stripes is the dominant fashion choice and pasty taupe is the dominant skin tone. On the train there is a buzz of energy: Pam from Nebraska asking where people are from, Don wearing old Corcoran jump boots, with an Alice pack, is trying to keep his five children under control while giving a rambling and factually challenged history of the different areas around the metro stations. Every stop brings more rally participants onto the train. They don't read the signs, they clump at the doors, they ignore the instructions from the train operator, technology is not their friend. Demographic is trending to 60 somethings and late 20 somethings with children.

Red line train pulls into Metro Center. Metro has people giving blunt instructions on how to get to the Smithsonian stop; These are ignored, groups will not move from the platform and the backup builds and builds. Fine. I go above ground [near where the old Woodies was] and decide to walk to the Lincoln Memorial. Good morning for a walk. Every other corner has a free range capitalist selling maps, water, 'genuine' Glen Beck approved buttons/shirts/Gadsden flags/bibles.

Walking towards the Treasury building and dad is telling his kids about the "dirty socialists" that have moved in and that "a reckoning is coming." His children jump and start skipping while asking when this will happen.

07:40am The streams of people are becoming larger as we're approaching the WWII memorial. It's obvious that most of the prime spots around the Reflecting Pool were claimed hours and hours ago. People are handing out materials, usually no larger than a business card, on "How to Pay No Taxes," "Tea Party," "Flat Tax," "Fair Tax," and on and on. Huckster density getting objectionable. These people have money and they're not hesitant to spend it on something new or event oriented. Cash is changing hands.

I cross over to the south side of the pool. There are five large video displays in my field of view. First time I've seen this outside a revival meeting: men and women are just stopping, putting one hand to their foreheads, the other hand reaching towards the sky and they start speaking to Jesus/God. From the expressions (smiling, nodding, sometimes wistful) on the faces of people around them this is normal. The local Fox News chopper starts circling overhead and some folks bow and start praying out loud for the safety of the pilot and cameraman, others wave their flags, no ladies flash their tits.

First static group I'm near consists of a (self described) retired Navy four striper and a Maine lawyer with their wives. Neat, clean, carrying enough water for a squad. They don't like that I'm smoking even though they're upwind. The conversation is mostly social; what rallies they've recently attended, who has a new grand-child, how much ammunition they're stockpiling.

I drift off to find some shade as the area I was in is rapidly filling with . The lines for the port-a-johns are orderly, the first aid station is very organized, and the water stations are doing brisk business. The first shade I find is behind the Jumbo-tron for the field behind me. A Rand-ite is working the area and not being received well.

Masses of people are still streaming in.

9:40am Speakers start playing music. Gospel by white singers, Amazing Grace (Mormon Tabernacle Choir?), John Lennon tune made into a pop conservative tune "Everybody had a good year," some weird country girl pop. Crowd vibe is building, more spontaneous prayers, more folks on their knees.

Video starts: Long misty shots of historic U.S. Scenes cities, buildings,

Fellow smoker next to me opines that this is "a great set up" and I say that this is a professional effort and ask who is paying for all this? Suspicious glance at me from Fellow Smoker who says it was all taken care of by donors and he had sent in his "ten dollars U.S." for this wonder.

Video Jumbo-trons light up with scene of the site, the Lincoln Memorial, the crowd... then Mr. Beck strides onto stage.

The script is all past, Jesus, vague threats.


Everything above is factual, quotes are verbatim. Below is observation and opinion.

Mr. Beck has achieved a unique goal: He is a Cat Herder. The Tea Party, the X Taxers, the grumpy GOP-ers, the Freaks and the weenies are all under his tent. Mr. Beck has gotten the self described left behinds, forgotten, lone patriots, and united them under his name.

The fulcrum of the lever is religion, and christian salvation is the key.

Of all the different factions I saw today the one touch stone was Jeebus.

The true believers I saw sported the shiny eyes and beaded brow of the fanatic.


I departed the rally when Ms. Palin took the stage. Voice drove me into the ground.
 
2012-04-28 02:55:05 PM  
This is a pivotal election, Ms. Kremer said, partly because of the need for a Republican-controlled Senate to help overturn Mr. Obama's health care plan.

That's not how that works, assuming Obama is still President.

One carried a colonial flag and another wore a tri-cornered hat -- symbols of republican values they said the country has lost.

You know, republican values of the revolution, such as violent overthrowing of the government and like, other stuff.
 
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