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2012-09-03 01:54:38 AM  

Brainsick: CptnSpldng: Rich Cream: I_Can't_Believe_it's_not_Boutros: A Vermin Supreme is just a regular vermin with tomatoes and sour cream.

And a Vermin Royale has cheese.

How about Rat onna stick with Ketchup?

Why is ketchup 5p?


You ever try to eat Rat w/o Ketchup?
 
2012-09-03 01:56:58 AM  
And I'm wondering why gaspode and detritus didn't answer that question.
 
2012-09-03 01:57:32 AM  
I'd prefer to vote for the Rent-is-too-damn-high Guy
 
2012-09-03 02:00:11 AM  
i2.cdn.turner.com

I didn't know they made shades for horses.
 
2012-09-03 02:23:01 AM  

Benevolent Misanthrope: I bet it would hilarious to watch privileged hipster "anarchist" kids try to get organized well enough to disrupt WBC's protest.

watch privileged hipster "anarchist" kids try to get organized

watch ... "anarchist"...s try to get organized


heh
 
2012-09-03 02:23:45 AM  

Bucky Katt: [i2.cdn.turner.com image 640x427]

I didn't know they made shades for horses.


Those horses don't look too happy.
 
2012-09-03 02:26:34 AM  

CptnSpldng: Rich Cream: I_Can't_Believe_it's_not_Boutros: A Vermin Supreme is just a regular vermin with tomatoes and sour cream.

And a Vermin Royale has cheese.

How about Rat onna stick with Ketchup?


Can I have an underground rat burger instead... with ketchup of course.
 
2012-09-03 02:26:59 AM  
Everybody tries to kill Hitler on their first trip.
 
2012-09-03 02:28:45 AM  

wildcardjack: andrewagill: Why does everyone seem to think that killing Hitler is the most likely way to prevent WWII? Germany was in a bad way at the end of WWI, and dolchstoßlegende was already blaming the Jews by 1919. If you killed Hitler as a kid, I'd be more surprised if there *weren't* still a WWII. The Holocaust might have been a much smaller pogrom, but it would probably still happen.

No, if you want to prevent WWII, you have to prevent (or at least radically alter the history of) WWI.

Save Archduke Ferdinand. It probably won't stop WWI, but it might delay it for a few years. We might not even recognize the war that it substitutes.

Everyone thinks about fixing things too close to the period of the event. Lot's of points in history you could drop a clue or vaccinate one person or, last option, kill someone.

FUN TURNING POINTS TO SCREW WITH!!! Drop off about 20 horses into one spot of the America's around 500CE.
Spread the idea of using cow pox to vaccinate Europeans before they visit the Americas.
Introduce glass making to China any time before 500CE (they perfected porcelain and stopped)
Sail around the Mediterranean with triangular sails around 400BCE and make 360 degree turns around square sail ships.
Teach the Romans how to make and use good saddles.
Commission Hitler to do his architectural paintings around the world instead of joining the army in WWI.
Install cameras around Jerusalem from 20CE to the destruction of the temple. Send in a forensic pathologist to verify certain deaths and, ahem, other events.

Okay, that last one is for me. There's lots of little places where tossing people a farking clue would have drastically changed history. Imagine if little things were changed long before the even of interest.

And if all else fails, send in a ringer. Replace leaders with deeply trained actors. This would be the course for situations involving people with high probability of being psychopaths.

/Waiting for my invite from the Council of Ouroboros
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Ok the council of nicia,
Kill babers and Saladin. Teach the Romans to not use lead pipes for drinking water.
 
2012-09-03 02:36:51 AM  

Duke_leto_Atredes: wildcardjack: andrewagill: Why does everyone seem to think that killing Hitler is the most likely way to prevent WWII? Germany was in a bad way at the end of WWI, and dolchstoßlegende was already blaming the Jews by 1919. If you killed Hitler as a kid, I'd be more surprised if there *weren't* still a WWII. The Holocaust might have been a much smaller pogrom, but it would probably still happen.

No, if you want to prevent WWII, you have to prevent (or at least radically alter the history of) WWI.

Save Archduke Ferdinand. It probably won't stop WWI, but it might delay it for a few years. We might not even recognize the war that it substitutes.

Everyone thinks about fixing things too close to the period of the event. Lot's of points in history you could drop a clue or vaccinate one person or, last option, kill someone.

FUN TURNING POINTS TO SCREW WITH!!! Drop off about 20 horses into one spot of the America's around 500CE.
Spread the idea of using cow pox to vaccinate Europeans before they visit the Americas.
Introduce glass making to China any time before 500CE (they perfected porcelain and stopped)
Sail around the Mediterranean with triangular sails around 400BCE and make 360 degree turns around square sail ships.
Teach the Romans how to make and use good saddles.
Commission Hitler to do his architectural paintings around the world instead of joining the army in WWI.
Install cameras around Jerusalem from 20CE to the destruction of the temple. Send in a forensic pathologist to verify certain deaths and, ahem, other events.

Okay, that last one is for me. There's lots of little places where tossing people a farking clue would have drastically changed history. Imagine if little things were changed long before the even of interest.

And if all else fails, send in a ringer. Replace leaders with deeply trained actors. This would be the course for situations involving people with high probability of being psychopaths.

/Waiting for my invite from the Council of Ouro ...


Head back to ancient Rome and transplant silphium to a few hundred spots strategically located all over the world.
 
2012-09-03 02:56:28 AM  
No, no, people, vote for Jeff Boss.
 
2012-09-03 02:59:03 AM  
Finally, someone who will do something about the

4 CORNER

SIMULTANEOUS 4-DAY

TIME CUBE
 
2012-09-03 03:50:33 AM  
Could've swore there used to be farker with this handle.
 
2012-09-03 04:03:59 AM  
I don't understand the hatred of Free Speech Zones. Give me an alternative that doesn't involve assembling on private property or disrupting traffic.

The days of assembling on the town green are over, my friends.
 
2012-09-03 04:18:19 AM  

President Merkin Muffley: I don't understand the hatred of Free Speech Zones. Give me an alternative that doesn't involve assembling on private property or disrupting traffic.

The days of assembling on the town green are over, my friends.


You realize that's not a good thing, right?
 
2012-09-03 04:28:13 AM  

President Merkin Muffley: I don't understand the hatred of Free Speech Zones. Give me an alternative that doesn't involve assembling on private property or disrupting traffic.

The days of assembling on the town green are over, my friends.


Why? Lot of traffic on the town green is there? Also why is another persons use of a piece of pavement to walk/drive more important than someones use of it to protest?
 
2012-09-03 05:43:39 AM  

Dalrint: President Merkin Muffley: I don't understand the hatred of Free Speech Zones. Give me an alternative that doesn't involve assembling on private property or disrupting traffic.

The days of assembling on the town green are over, my friends.

You realize that's not a good thing, right?


I do. But a free speech zone is better than nothing and people will complain when they're gone. Land is increasingly private and areas in which to protest are becoming extinct.

gaspode: President Merkin Muffley: I don't understand the hatred of Free Speech Zones. Give me an alternative that doesn't involve assembling on private property or disrupting traffic.

The days of assembling on the town green are over, my friends.

Why? Lot of traffic on the town green is there? Also why is another persons use of a piece of pavement to walk/drive more important than someones use of it to protest?


Why? Because the town green vanishing. Do they even have one in Tampa?

As far as fair use of the land goes, well, feel free to protest and I'll feel free to drive and we'll see who wins.
 
2012-09-03 06:12:01 AM  

gaspode: President Merkin Muffley: I don't understand the hatred of Free Speech Zones. Give me an alternative that doesn't involve assembling on private property or disrupting traffic.

The days of assembling on the town green are over, my friends.

Why? Lot of traffic on the town green is there? Also why is another persons use of a piece of pavement to walk/drive more important than someones use of it to protest?


You're still free to assemble on the town green, when there is one. It's just that not many people choose to do so, largely because they would be easily avoided by people who don't wish to listen to them.

You have a right "peaceably to assemble" but it doesn't entail the right to go wherever you choose, trespass, interfere with the rights of others, etc. For that matter, you have the right to bear arms, but not to bear arms in the airport.

You have a right to use the road. Neither you nor any other citizen has the right to do whatever you wish to do in the road. You may not stand in the road shrieking opinions, waving advertisements, or grilling weenies, but must comply with the the laws your duly elected legislature has established regulating the use of those roads for the benefit of all. The use of the road to drive is in fact more important than the use of the road to express yourself -- where the legislature expresses in its laws that the chief purpose of the road is to enable transport. If you don't like it, you are free to tell your representatives to change the law to accommodate your protests. Evidently too many citizens of Florida like the law the way it is.
 
2012-09-03 08:03:42 AM  

President Merkin Muffley: I don't understand the hatred of Free Speech Zones. Give me an alternative that doesn't involve assembling on private property or disrupting traffic.

The days of assembling on the town green are over, my friends.


They shouldn't be over. The people should be able to congregate wherever they like to voice their displeasure at the government. I can't imagine you're really happy about the government cracking down on free speech and the right to assembly.

"Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances."

People who are more pissed off at being slightly late for work than they are at what a curtailment on such liberties means for the future should be deported to an island of murderous seals.
 
2012-09-03 09:25:55 AM  

President Merkin Muffley: Why? Because the town green vanishing. Do they even have one in Tampa?



Ever hear of a park?
 
2012-09-03 09:37:03 AM  

Rich Cream: President Merkin Muffley: Why? Because the town green vanishing. Do they even have one in Tampa?


Ever hear of a park?


No, I've never heard of that. Please tell me more!

/idiot.
 
2012-09-03 10:12:44 AM  
ShannonKW
You have a right to use the road. Neither you nor any other citizen has the right to do whatever you wish to do in the road.

Behold, the logic that has lead to the current situation, where those who cannot afford to buy land on which to assemble (and on which to be ignored) are only free to be crushed by the police.

Yes, of course you can assemble! You just don't have anywhere to do it.
 
2012-09-03 10:45:07 AM  

RanDomino: ShannonKW
You have a right to use the road. Neither you nor any other citizen has the right to do whatever you wish to do in the road.

Behold, the logic that has lead to the current situation, where those who cannot afford to buy land on which to assemble (and on which to be ignored) are only free to be crushed by the police.

Yes, of course you can assemble! You just don't have anywhere to do it.


Name for me any group of people who have no place to assemble. It would not include the protestors in TFA, for whom a public and visible place of assembly was specifically set aside. Who are these people you are referring to who want to assemble but are denied place to do so? Be specific.

You're not bothered about their lack of a place to assemble, though apparently you are unaware of the fact. You're bothered by the fact they aren't being permitted to assemble in a specific place that you want them be, and that people have no legal right to mill around in. What is the difference between being allowed to protest in the road or in some out-of-the-way place? What you want, though you aren't saying it, is not a right to assemble (which the protestors are happily exercising) but the right to inconvenience and annoy others and better attract attention to yourself, which is the only advantage the road has over the shoulder. The Constitution does not guarantee this right. You have the right to assemble; you don't have the right to impede others. You have the right to speak; you don't have the right to an audience.
 
2012-09-03 10:56:26 AM  

Britney Spear's Speculum: I don't think that's a good idea. Many of us are baby boomers or children of baby boomers. We likely wouldn't exist if baby Hitler was killed.


I know for a fact that I owe my existence to both Hitler and Stalin.
 
2012-09-03 11:42:49 AM  
"They were ready with everything -- unscalable fences, bomb-sniffing dogs, even long-range acoustic devices, which are nasty."

WTF?
 
2012-09-03 12:02:08 PM  
www.vodka-rocks.com

THE VERMIN PROTECTS!
 
2012-09-03 12:44:30 PM  

offmymeds: [www.vodka-rocks.com image 300x367]

THE VERMIN PROTECTS!


The Poodle Bites; The Poodle Chews It.
 
2012-09-03 01:16:26 PM  

ox45tallboy: Bhruic: I know this was the south and all, but I'm going to go out on a limb and guess that most of the people who saw them probably were able to read the rather large "Police" label on their shields.

[www.theblaze.com image 400x540]
"In all honesty, they may have been a bit distracted..."


I kind of like his style (not that I'm going to be adopting it any time soon). "Business vagrant" or maybe "business dispossessed".
 
2012-09-03 01:38:04 PM  
ShannonKW
You're not bothered about their lack of a place to assemble, though apparently you are unaware of the fact. You're bothered by the fact they aren't being permitted to assemble in a specific place that you want them be, and that people have no legal right to mill around in. What is the difference between being allowed to protest in the road or in some out-of-the-way place? What you want, though you aren't saying it, is not a right to assemble (which the protestors are happily exercising) but the right to inconvenience and annoy others and better attract attention to yourself, which is the only advantage the road has over the shoulder. The Constitution does not guarantee this right. You have the right to assemble; you don't have the right to impede others. You have the right to speak; you don't have the right to an audience.

Being unavoidable is the only way anyone can get attention these days. Do you think anyone would have gave a fark about Occupy if they had rented a private park ten miles from nowhere and had a campout? It would have been seen as a circle-jerk, and that's all it would have been. Politicians are not listening, and they don't give a damn what the general population thinks, and free speech zone laws are designed to make it easier to ignore them. What the fark would the point of free speech be if the rest of the legal system is designed to ensure that no one ever hears you? The target isn't some private entity or group of civilians- the point is to influence the government, which is supposedly a public entity. What's the difference between the government clamping a hand over your mouth or sticking its fingers in its ears? So, yank 'em out.

You, undoubtedly, will call this whining. Well, whose government is it? "Everyone's"? Sure, act as individuals- if you want only those with money to be heard. Which is, of course, the point. Congratulations, you're a useful idiot of the 1%.
 
2012-09-03 02:25:48 PM  

ShannonKW: ...but the right to inconvenience and annoy others and better attract attention to yourself, which is the only advantage the road has over the shoulder.


So protesters want equal rights as the farkin' idiot trying to turn left out of the center lane, with no turn signal on, who can't be arsed to turn his cell phone off long enough to realize he's sitting in the middle of the intersection during a red light.
 
2012-09-03 03:21:14 PM  

Disgruntled Goat: "They were ready with everything -- unscalable fences, bomb-sniffing dogs, even long-range acoustic devices, which are nasty."

WTF?


LRAD. Think of it as being 20% louder than a sonic rainboom, and quite literally 20% cooler than the ADS alternative.
 
2012-09-03 09:41:06 PM  

Bucky Katt: I didn't know they made shades for horses.


They're anti-Equuas protectors.
 
2012-09-04 06:01:31 AM  
Well, the timeline changed so that hitler is still alive, still alive and his brain placed in an unstoppable killbot.

MISSION FAILED
 
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