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2012-09-14 08:27:49 PM
The real victims of this are going to be the sh*tstains that made that movie.

Good luck trying to find a place to hide, assholes.
 
2012-09-14 08:30:16 PM

whidbey: The real victims of this are going to be the sh*tstains that made that movie.

Good luck trying to find a place to hide, assholes.


The problem with THAT is, though, that some of the people actually in the movie were tricked by the scumbag who made it, into thinking the movie was something it wasn't. So the bigoted trash that made the film put THEIR lives in danger, too.
 
2012-09-14 08:30:22 PM

Crotchrocket Slim:

You might want to be aware that RONPAUL impresses no one outside your echo chamber.

-=-

Oh, I am not trying to impress Ron Paul upon you and your self superior types- rather to slap you in the face with the stinky dead fish of reality that you have gotten accustomed to.
I laugh at you, but cry for the country.
 
2012-09-14 08:31:49 PM

xenophon10k: Crotchrocket Slim: xenophon10k: Someone break out the sound-bite shears! I found too much context in this one!

OK, cut it right after "U.S."

Ever think of replacing the "n" in your handle with a "b"? Maybe delete the "0" too?

Wait, is this like the whole "The real racism is pointing out racism", only I'm xenophobic for pointing out xenophobia?

Go look up Poe's law. Yeah, you're the guy who can't tell the difference.


"Pointing out" that "all" muslims feel this way is by definition xenophobic as they all don't, but now you've put me into something of a conundrum: are you merely an idiot or playing one online?

Apologies if your post was merely aping the post of one who has an extra chromosome before.
 
2012-09-14 08:32:42 PM

Stoker: I laugh at you, but cry for the country.


Pretty sure we're laughing at you.

RON PAUL? Jesus. Get a life.
 
2012-09-14 08:33:54 PM

Stoker: Crotchrocket Slim:

You might want to be aware that RONPAUL impresses no one outside your echo chamber.
-=-

Oh, I am not trying to impress Ron Paul upon you and your self superior types- rather to slap you in the face with the stinky dead fish of reality that you have gotten accustomed to.
I laugh at you, but cry for the country.


OK someone playing RONPAUL supporter accusing others of being "self superior". This MUST be Poe's Law in action.
 
2012-09-14 08:43:40 PM
i.imgur.com

WTF is this guy's problem?
 
2012-09-14 08:44:25 PM
i.imgur.com

WTF is this guy's problem?
 
2012-09-14 08:50:30 PM
i.imgur.com

WTF is this guy's problem?
 
2012-09-14 08:52:51 PM
After actually watching the video, it could be that they are protesting how bad it is.

I have seen more production value and better acting in my nephew's backyard wrestling home videos.
 
2012-09-14 09:01:00 PM

whidbey: The real victims of this are going to be the sh*tstains that made that movie.

Good luck trying to find a place to hide, assholes.


Not surprised that you'd cheer for the deaths of more Americans.
 
2012-09-14 09:02:12 PM
Haters will hate. They will do or follow the actions of the haters.
Does your GOD tell you to do that?
I believe you think he does.

And No, Ron Paul isn't the point, the message is the point.
It's just that the prominent figure, Ron Paul, had the balls to say it right to America's face. (Thus using his pic.)
Too bad it's above the heads of haters to have to attempt to explain it.

/Attempt gone Republican in 3, 2, 1...
//Yawn.
 
2012-09-14 09:02:49 PM

Achi11es: chuckufarlie: [4.bp.blogspot.com image 330x329] 

Let me put this into terms that you basement dwelling nerds can understand.


Think of Islam as the Borg. Assimilate or be destroyed.

So says King Basement Dwelling Nerd.


Is that your way of agreeing with me and at the same time proclaiming yourself King Basement Dwelling Nerd.
 
2012-09-14 09:03:22 PM

vernonFL: Many Muslims living in the Middle East, Asia and Africa don't understand that America has freedom of the press and freedom of speech and that, UNLIKE in their countries, the American government does not control or approve films like this anti-Muslim film.

So when an anti-Muslim film gets made, they blame America.


Yes, and many (most) of the protesters have seen zero minutes of the film in question. Nonetheless, their reaction to the film has nothing to do with the film or the producer. It's their reaction, and they get to own it.
 
2012-09-14 09:11:05 PM

Nina_Hartley's_Ass: chuckufarlie: [4.bp.blogspot.com image 330x329] 

Let me put this into terms that you basement dwelling nerds can understand.


Think of Islam as the Borg. Assimilate or be destroyed.

I thought that was communists.
Or gays.


I think it's cowardice.
 
2012-09-14 09:11:26 PM

chuckufarlie: Achi11es: chuckufarlie: [4.bp.blogspot.com image 330x329] 

Let me put this into terms that you basement dwelling nerds can understand.


Think of Islam as the Borg. Assimilate or be destroyed.

So says King Basement Dwelling Nerd.

Is that your way of agreeing with me and at the same time proclaiming yourself King Basement Dwelling Nerd.


2.bp.blogspot.com 

I know you are but what am I?
 
2012-09-14 09:12:45 PM

Somacandra: St_Francis_P: He should never have made that movie. Thanks, Obama!

You're actually hitting on the one piece of the puzzle no one's talking about. In all these authoritarian or formerly authoritarian (and in fact pretty much all continental Asian) countries films can only be made with official government permits, monitoring and censoring. So people can and do rightly make the assumption that films carry some sort of government stamp everywhere. That's why Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom wasn't filmed in India--Lucas and Spielberg tried but the government found the script racist and incendiary and refused to allow production. They are as ignorant of American media culture as Americans are of theirs, and so they assume that Obama gave this a seal of approval to be made and shown.


Freedom is not a difficult concept, even if it doesn't exist in your country. Perhaps their wise men could enlighten them on this subject..
 
2012-09-14 09:16:29 PM

amiable: So out of curiosit folks who are mad at Obama about this, what exactly would you like him to do?

1. Send in a ton of troops? He already is sending more troops to beef up security in embassies. Remember these are sovereign nations, we don't allow platoons of Libyan soldiers to prowl around DC to protect their embassy. It is the responsibility of the country hosting the embassy to protect it.

2. Attack the host countries? Well besides the fact that some of the governments had nothing to do with the attacks (I'm looking mostly at Libya here whose Prime Minister immediately apologized and had many of its citizens injured trying to protect the consulate staff) do we really want to go to war with half a dozen countries in the middle east simultaneously? We have carrier groups in the area but mounting a ground assault will take a lot of time, and frankly no one in the US is interested in another war.

3. Withdraw all funding and remove our embassies from these countries? Is that really in our long term interests? We did that with Afghanistan 20 years ago and it didn't work out well. Whether we like it or not engagement allows us to nip a lot of issues in the bud.

4. Arrest the dude who made the movie? Isn't that a blatant violation of said individuals constitutional rights?

So far the Obama administration has been trying to sooth tensions and defuse the situation, which originates mostly from a fundamental misunderstanding on the part of Arab citizens as to how free speech functions in the United States. I think this is entirely rational, but if folks have a better idea I'd love to here it?


They want us to invade all the countries that have protested and/or attacked our sovereign US soil. Because if there's war in the Middle East, Jeezus will be coming, hopefully before the November elections.
 
2012-09-14 09:17:48 PM

The Dog Ate The Constitution: whidbey: The real victims of this are going to be the sh*tstains that made that movie.

Good luck trying to find a place to hide, assholes.

Not surprised that you'd cheer for the deaths of more Americans.


Oh look. Another apologist for the bigots who made that stupid film.
 
2012-09-14 09:20:34 PM

YodaTuna: beta_plus: vernonFL: Many Muslims living in the Middle East, Asia and Africa don't understand that America has freedom of the press and freedom of speech and that, UNLIKE in their countries, the American government does not control or approve films like this anti-Muslim film.

So when an anti-Muslim film gets made, they blame America.

If only there was a network of computers, possibly accessible through magical phones that did not require wires, over which one could store and distribute the world's knowledge at a price that 1/2s ever 18 months, they might be able to educate themselves about the United States. If only ...

/they know damn well what they're doing

You could say the same about conservatives in America who have much easier access to the internet... yet here we are.


Agreed. More parallels should be made apparent between middle eastern religious extremist assholes and domestic religious extremist assholes. They are willfully ignorant savages.
 
2012-09-14 09:25:10 PM

HotIgneous Intruder: spicorama: Id go jew over a chick like that (for a while at least)

And you'd be sorry almost immediately and for the rest of your life.


Seriously, dude - you want the Mexican American Princess. Fake jewelry - real orgasms.
 
2012-09-14 09:25:51 PM

tony41454: I'm even surprised Hilliary was there:

In an exclusive interview, Fox News military analyst Colonel David Hunt laid the blame for the murder of Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans at the Benghazi, Libya American mission on Hillary Clinton and the State Department:

The State Department just allowed our guys to get killed. If you approve no bullets in guns for the mission security guards and an outhouse for a mission, you're inviting it.

Earlier, on Howie Carr's radio show Thursday, Colonel Hunt said that the American mission at Benghazi "was like a cardboard building, there wasn't even bullet proof glass." In addition, Hunt said the security guards inside the mission didn't have bullets:

Howie Carr: They weren't allowed to have bullets, is that correct?
Colonel Hunt: That's true. They were private security. The rules of engagement were ridiculous.


That is really remarkable.
Standard of Care, how does that work? The State Department is hugely responsible for their neglect.
 
2012-09-14 09:27:23 PM
Stoker

Bored now, why don't you demonstrate more about how little you understand his shallow "platform" in another response post.

Or maybe mine, when I reminded you that most people associate him with anything but an "honest politician"
/ok the GOP dissed him at the RNC
//but he primaries/caucuses with vipers, he was asking for it
 
2012-09-14 09:27:33 PM

insertsnarkyusername: I posted this in an earlier thread but I still think the idea is sound. The United States produces a lot of pork, not as much as China but still quite a bit. I'm thinking we could save the blood, ship it over to middle eastern countries in large tanks and install the tanks at our embassies. All you need then is a powerful pump and a fire hose. That might make people think twice before storming an embassy.


I like this. It doesn't do any damage. They just think that it does.


1857 Indian Rebellion. (no, the real India)
The rebellion was, literally, started over a gun. Sepoys throughout India were issued with a new rifle, the Pattern 1853 Enfield rifled musket - a more powerful and accurate weapon than the old smoothbore Brown Bess they had been using for the previous decades. The rifling inside the musket barrel ensured accuracy at much greater distances than was possible with old muskets. One thing did not change in this new weapon - the loading process, which did not improve significantly until the introduction of breech loaders and metallic, one-piece cartridges a few decades later.

To load both the old musket and the new rifle, soldiers had to bite the cartridge open and pour the gunpowder it contained into the rifle's muzzle, then stuff the cartridge case, which was typically paper coated with some kind of grease to make it waterproof, into the musket as wadding, before loading it with a ball.

It was believed that the cartridges that were standard issue with this rifle were greased with lard (pork fat) which was regarded as unclean by Muslims. The sepoys' British officers dismissed these claims as rumours, and suggested that the sepoys make a batch of fresh cartridges, and grease these with beeswax or mutton fat. This reinforced the belief that the original issue cartridges were indeed greased with lard and tallow.

Another suggestion they put forward was to introduce a new drill, in which the cartridge was not bitten with the teeth but torn open with the hand. The sepoys rejected this, pointing out that they might very well forget and bite the cartridge, not surprising given the extensive drilling that allowed 19th century British troops to fire three to four rounds per minute. An integral part of the loading procedure involved biting off the bullet from the cartridge so that one hand could hold the musket steady whilst the other hand poured the charge of powder into the barrel. This meant that biting a musket cartridge was second nature to the Sepoys, some of whom had decades of service in the Company's army, and who had been doing Musket drill for every day of their service.

The Commander in Chief in India, General George Anson reacted to this crisis by saying, "I'll never give in to their beastly prejudices", and despite the pleas of his junior officers he did not compromise.
 
2012-09-14 09:28:33 PM

The Dog Ate The Constitution: whidbey: The real victims of this are going to be the sh*tstains that made that movie.

Good luck trying to find a place to hide, assholes.

Not surprised that you'd cheer for the deaths of more Americans.


Not surprising.
Are you new here?
 
2012-09-14 09:28:37 PM
Turning and turning in the widening gyre
The falcon cannot hear the falconer;
Things fall apart; the center cannot hold;
Mere anarchy is loosed upon the world.
The blood-dimmed tide is loosed, and everywhere
The ceremony of innocence is drowned;
The best lack all conviction, while the worst
Are full of passionate intensity.
- Yeats
 
2012-09-14 09:29:57 PM

whidbey: The Dog Ate The Constitution: whidbey: The real victims of this are going to be the sh*tstains that made that movie.

Good luck trying to find a place to hide, assholes.

Not surprised that you'd cheer for the deaths of more Americans.

Oh look. Another apologist for the bigots who made that stupid film.


I'd rather side with bigots than murderers.
 
2012-09-14 09:32:11 PM

Point02GPA: chronicled: The Dog Ate The Constitution: More American diplomats have died under 4 years of ABM than under 8 years of Bush.

How many more occupied New York skyscrapers have been reduced to rubble under ABM? I can't get Goggle to work on my computer.


Bin Laden sent the airplanes into the skyscrapers because Clinton sent cruise missiles into the terrorist training camps in Afghanistan.

And as far as dead embassy employees, Clinton's presidency most hold that record.


Don't forget, Clinton is responsible for Waco, which pissed off a militant anti-government person who, in retaliation, did the Oklahoma bombing. So Clinton clearly is responsible - he should have known that someone would respond. He should have known that far more than some stupid movie producer would know what reaction his movie would cause.
 
2012-09-14 09:33:00 PM
damn unclosed bold tags
 
2012-09-14 09:35:02 PM

pxsteel: Baby Face Fister: amiable: So out of curiosit folks who are mad at Obama about this, what exactly would you like him to do?

1. Send in a ton of troops? He already is sending more troops to beef up security in embassies. Remember these are sovereign nations, we don't allow platoons of Libyan soldiers to prowl around DC to protect their embassy. It is the responsibility of the country hosting the embassy to protect it.

2. Attack the host countries? Well besides the fact that some of the governments had nothing to do with the attacks (I'm looking mostly at Libya here whose Prime Minister immediately apologized and had many of its citizens injured trying to protect the consulate staff) do we really want to go to war with half a dozen countries in the middle east simultaneously? We have carrier groups in the area but mounting a ground assault will take a lot of time, and frankly no one in the US is interested in another war.

3. Withdraw all funding and remove our embassies from these countries? Is that really in our long term interests? We did that with Afghanistan 20 years ago and it didn't work out well. Whether we like it or not engagement allows us to nip a lot of issues in the bud.

4. Arrest the dude who made the movie? Isn't that a blatant violation of said individuals constitutional rights?

So far the Obama administration has been trying to sooth tensions and defuse the situation, which originates mostly from a fundamental misunderstanding on the part of Arab citizens as to how free speech functions in the United States. I think this is entirely rational, but if folks have a better idea I'd love to here it?

Well said.

For the 20 or so countries that are rioting and killing people. Strip all funding, evacuate embassies. Place the names of the 10 largest cites from each country on a wheel. Spin wheel. Nuke the lucky winner. Ask the question 'are you done yet'. if the answer is 'no'. Spin wheel.

3 or 4 cities will probably get glassed parking lot before ...


Wow.

notsureifinsane.jpg
 
2012-09-14 09:35:07 PM

tenpoundsofcheese: tony41454: I'm even surprised Hilliary was there:

In an exclusive interview, Fox News military analyst Colonel David Hunt laid the blame for the murder of Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans at the Benghazi, Libya American mission on Hillary Clinton and the State Department:

The State Department just allowed our guys to get killed. If you approve no bullets in guns for the mission security guards and an outhouse for a mission, you're inviting it.

Earlier, on Howie Carr's radio show Thursday, Colonel Hunt said that the American mission at Benghazi "was like a cardboard building, there wasn't even bullet proof glass." In addition, Hunt said the security guards inside the mission didn't have bullets:

Howie Carr: They weren't allowed to have bullets, is that correct?
Colonel Hunt: That's true. They were private security. The rules of engagement were ridiculous.

That is really remarkable.
Standard of Care, how does that work? The State Department is hugely responsible for their neglect.


So you're calling the USMC a bunch of liars?

Memo from the USMC
 
2012-09-14 09:37:23 PM
Remind me why it's so important for us to hang around with these people?
 
2012-09-14 09:37:54 PM

GhostFish: tenpoundsofcheese: tony41454: I'm even surprised Hilliary was there:

In an exclusive interview, Fox News military analyst Colonel David Hunt laid the blame for the murder of Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans at the Benghazi, Libya American mission on Hillary Clinton and the State Department:

The State Department just allowed our guys to get killed. If you approve no bullets in guns for the mission security guards and an outhouse for a mission, you're inviting it.

Earlier, on Howie Carr's radio show Thursday, Colonel Hunt said that the American mission at Benghazi "was like a cardboard building, there wasn't even bullet proof glass." In addition, Hunt said the security guards inside the mission didn't have bullets:

Howie Carr: They weren't allowed to have bullets, is that correct?
Colonel Hunt: That's true. They were private security. The rules of engagement were ridiculous.

That is really remarkable.
Standard of Care, how does that work? The State Department is hugely responsible for their neglect.

So you're calling the USMC a bunch of liars?

Memo from the USMC


Well, Colonel Hunt has one viewpoint, the USMC press release has another.
I don't know who is lying or who is doing CYA.
 
2012-09-14 09:39:25 PM

GhostFish: tenpoundsofcheese: tony41454: I'm even surprised Hilliary was there:

In an exclusive interview, Fox News military analyst Colonel David Hunt laid the blame for the murder of Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans at the Benghazi, Libya American mission on Hillary Clinton and the State Department:

The State Department just allowed our guys to get killed. If you approve no bullets in guns for the mission security guards and an outhouse for a mission, you're inviting it.

Earlier, on Howie Carr's radio show Thursday, Colonel Hunt said that the American mission at Benghazi "was like a cardboard building, there wasn't even bullet proof glass." In addition, Hunt said the security guards inside the mission didn't have bullets:

Howie Carr: They weren't allowed to have bullets, is that correct?
Colonel Hunt: That's true. They were private security. The rules of engagement were ridiculous.

That is really remarkable.
Standard of Care, how does that work? The State Department is hugely responsible for their neglect.

So you're calling the USMC a bunch of liars?

Memo from the USMC


Do you also try to teach dogs calculus?
 
2012-09-14 09:40:03 PM

GhostFish: tenpoundsofcheese: tony41454: I'm even surprised Hilliary was there:

In an exclusive interview, Fox News military analyst Colonel David Hunt laid the blame for the murder of Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans at the Benghazi, Libya American mission on Hillary Clinton and the State Department:

The State Department just allowed our guys to get killed. If you approve no bullets in guns for the mission security guards and an outhouse for a mission, you're inviting it.

Earlier, on Howie Carr's radio show Thursday, Colonel Hunt said that the American mission at Benghazi "was like a cardboard building, there wasn't even bullet proof glass." In addition, Hunt said the security guards inside the mission didn't have bullets:

Howie Carr: They weren't allowed to have bullets, is that correct?
Colonel Hunt: That's true. They were private security. The rules of engagement were ridiculous.

That is really remarkable.
Standard of Care, how does that work? The State Department is hugely responsible for their neglect.

So you're calling the USMC a bunch of liars?

Memo from the USMC


From your link: "Contrary to open source reporting, there are no Marines currently stationed at the Embassy in Tripoli, or the Consulate in Benghazi."

So it doesn't matter if the USMC has live ammo or not, they weren't at the Consulate.

Standard of Care, how does that work?

Got anything else?
 
2012-09-14 09:40:26 PM

Lionel Mandrake: MeinRS6: Lionel Mandrake: MeinRS6: Wow. That statement makes the WH sound every bit as stupid as I fear they truly are.

That post makes you sound every bit as stupid as you really are.

That wasn't even a good attempt at an insult.

It was me spouting nonsense, like always.

I'll reserve my judgment until I hear or read it in full. I know you "conservatives" like to grab hold of a single fragment of a single sentence and run with it, but I don't roll that way.

There are all kinds of vids on youtube that say things about islam. There have been for many years. No one with any intelligence would believe what the WH is selling right now.

I don't even know where to begin with this. What do you think is REALLY going on?


In other words, you will tune in to when the Obama admin figures out that what it is saying is so farking stupid that everyone is laughing at them - and then they revise their position. However, this is their position currently, and you cannot defend it.

As to what is really going on - it's just the muslim mob being the muslim mob. This is what they do. Riot, burn shiat, and murder people. But this isn't all over a vid that was posted on youtube in July. As previously mentioned, there are numerous vids on youtube that are not complimentary of islam or the nutbag, murderous, pedo muhammad. If muslims can't handle people talking shiat about their religion, they can all go fark themselves. They should probably blow themselves up over this outrage - and I'm certain that some of them will.
 
2012-09-14 09:40:40 PM

TFerWannaBe: chuckufarlie: these rioters are a bunch of under educated people living in the 17th century, if that. They are mad at the people who made the film but they cannot reach them so they lash out at anything associated with the USA because that is where the film was made.

People in this part of the world tend to lash out in a cowardly manner at whatever is in reach and that is more than likely not able to defend themselves. The embassies fit all of that.

The people who killed the ambassador are more than likely a different group taking advantage of the situation.

There's a few interesting posts upthread about the control of information to the people in these countries. Since their governments have such tight control over the press, they assume that other countries are the same way. It doesn't occur to them that the film could be made without an official government seal of approval.

I don't know if that's correct, but it feels right. Take a group of people who have no idea what free speech is, introduce them to a film made in a country whose government they've been taught is evil and hates them . . . it makes perfect sense for them to take out their anger on our country's representatives.

We can't let them get away with murdering our people but (if the above is correct) this is going to continue to go on for as long we have free speech and they don't.


The control of the press does not mean that they are incapable of learning, anything. They may have a throttled internet, but if there is interest in a subject, the information is available.

As I said in the other fun thread, perhaps their wise and holy men should be enlightening these people about the ways of the current world..
 
2012-09-14 09:41:43 PM

St_Francis_P: Nina_Hartley's_Ass: St_Francis_P: The movie has been out for a while. It's a real coincidence that the riots waited until near 9/11, and that some of the protesters were saying "we're Osama".

And where did you get that "we're Osama" business?

Found it. I'd post it here, but I think that's frowned on. It's an article at the Chicago Tribune entitled, "Three dead as protesters attack U.S. embassy in Tunisia". Hope that gets you there.


It is prohibited to cite sources in fark comments? That explains SO MUCH. Thank you.
 
2012-09-14 09:41:57 PM

jso2897: GhostFish: tenpoundsofcheese: tony41454: I'm even surprised Hilliary was there:

In an exclusive interview, Fox News military analyst Colonel David Hunt laid the blame for the murder of Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans at the Benghazi, Libya American mission on Hillary Clinton and the State Department:

The State Department just allowed our guys to get killed. If you approve no bullets in guns for the mission security guards and an outhouse for a mission, you're inviting it.

Earlier, on Howie Carr's radio show Thursday, Colonel Hunt said that the American mission at Benghazi "was like a cardboard building, there wasn't even bullet proof glass." In addition, Hunt said the security guards inside the mission didn't have bullets:

Howie Carr: They weren't allowed to have bullets, is that correct?
Colonel Hunt: That's true. They were private security. The rules of engagement were ridiculous.

That is really remarkable.
Standard of Care, how does that work? The State Department is hugely responsible for their neglect.

So you're calling the USMC a bunch of liars?

Memo from the USMC

Do you also try to teach dogs calculus?


meh, even my dog knows that since that link says there are no marines at the Consulate, that it doesn't matter whether or not they generally carry live ammo.
 
2012-09-14 09:43:26 PM

beta_plus: vernonFL: Many Muslims living in the Middle East, Asia and Africa don't understand that America has freedom of the press and freedom of speech and that, UNLIKE in their countries, the American government does not control or approve films like this anti-Muslim film.

So when an anti-Muslim film gets made, they blame America.

If only there was a network of computers, possibly accessible through magical phones that did not require wires, over which one could store and distribute the world's knowledge at a price that 1/2s ever 18 months, they might be able to educate themselves about the United States. If only ...

/they know damn well what they're doing


Look at it like this: tell me everything you know about the country of .... Japan.

Here's what I know: a lot of stuff about WW2 between 1941 and 1945, but almost none between 1932 and 1941. I know it is the source and origin of the yakuza, zaibatsus. giant robots,kung fu films include those starring mutant underage turtles, MXC, they sell used underwear in vending machines, and for some unknown reason all their porn stars cry while on camera.

I have nearly constant access to the internet. I have bookstores, encyclopedias, and 250 cable TV channels. And yet all I know of this country is either directly related to tv or films or else 70 years old. Why do you assume that some middle eastern teenager wouldn't believe this film that says the US hates all things muslim; especially given that we've been dropping bombs on muslims for over a decade?
 
2012-09-14 09:50:01 PM

The First Four Katy Perry Albums: Turning and turning in the widening gyre
The falcon cannot hear the falconer;
Things fall apart; the center cannot hold;
Mere anarchy is loosed upon the world.
The blood-dimmed tide is loosed, and everywhere
The ceremony of innocence is drowned;
The best lack all conviction, while the worst
Are full of passionate intensity.
- Yeats


Thank you.
 
2012-09-14 10:05:14 PM

The First Four Katy Perry Albums: Turning and turning in the widening gyre
The falcon cannot hear the falconer;
Things fall apart; the center cannot hold;
Mere anarchy is loosed upon the world.
The blood-dimmed tide is loosed, and everywhere
The ceremony of innocence is drowned;
The best lack all conviction, while the worst
Are full of passionate intensity.
- Yeats


Can I buy some pot from you?
 
2012-09-14 10:08:44 PM

elchip: [i.imgur.com image 400x220]

WTF is this guy's problem?


You get cyan, it's a purty fave color.
 
2012-09-14 10:14:02 PM

tenpoundsofcheese: Got anything else?


Here's the relevant line:
AMEMB Tripoli does not have a MCESG detachment. Typically, when a new embassy is established, it takes time to grow a new MCESG detachment. In coordination with the State Department, there was discussion about establishing a detachment in Tripoli sometime in the next five years.

If it takes time to grow a MCESG detachment then they can either go with no security or private security.
Who decides the rules for private security? Do you know? What were those rules? Do you know?
 
2012-09-14 10:14:30 PM

tenpoundsofcheese: jso2897: GhostFish: tenpoundsofcheese: tony41454: I'm even surprised Hilliary was there:

In an exclusive interview, Fox News military analyst Colonel David Hunt laid the blame for the murder of Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans at the Benghazi, Libya American mission on Hillary Clinton and the State Department:

The State Department just allowed our guys to get killed. If you approve no bullets in guns for the mission security guards and an outhouse for a mission, you're inviting it.

Earlier, on Howie Carr's radio show Thursday, Colonel Hunt said that the American mission at Benghazi "was like a cardboard building, there wasn't even bullet proof glass." In addition, Hunt said the security guards inside the mission didn't have bullets:

Howie Carr: They weren't allowed to have bullets, is that correct?
Colonel Hunt: That's true. They were private security. The rules of engagement were ridiculous.

That is really remarkable.
Standard of Care, how does that work? The State Department is hugely responsible for their neglect.

So you're calling the USMC a bunch of liars?

Memo from the USMC

Do you also try to teach dogs calculus?

meh, even my dog knows that since that link says there are no marines at the Consulate, that it doesn't matter whether or not they generally carry live ammo.


These weren't Marines anyway...
 
2012-09-14 10:15:33 PM

tenpoundsofcheese: look at me and laugh.


I don't know how it's possible for you to continually post the stupidest things I've in any given day but somehow you manage.

Bravo!
 
2012-09-14 10:17:07 PM

tenpoundsofcheese:
I don't know


I think this was enough.
 
2012-09-14 10:20:39 PM

Fart_Machine: chuckufarlie: Achi11es: chuckufarlie: [4.bp.blogspot.com image 330x329] 

Let me put this into terms that you basement dwelling nerds can understand.


Think of Islam as the Borg. Assimilate or be destroyed.

So says King Basement Dwelling Nerd.

Is that your way of agreeing with me and at the same time proclaiming yourself King Basement Dwelling Nerd.

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I know you are but what am I?


Fart Machines are awesome. King Basement Dwelling Nerds showcasing their Star Trek knowledge? Not so much.
 
2012-09-14 10:27:47 PM
Maybe they just really hate Ugly Betty?
 
2012-09-14 10:46:56 PM

TheDumbBlonde: Meanwhile, 3 dead in a non-protest of the US in Tunis.


It's almost as if these protestors don't like our seekrit mooslim President.
 
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