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2012-09-27 02:40:13 PM  
I saw this ad this morning and I laughed my farking ass off.

Especially when it closed with the old "I'm Barack Obama and I approved this message."
 
2012-09-27 02:40:14 PM  

Weaver95: it's nice to know i'm not the only one who's noticed a considerable lack of pro-Romney supporters on the politics tab. it's gotten REAL quiet from the pro-GOP front here on fark. sure, there's still the odd comment or two..but the coordinated defense seems to have collapsed and retreated.


They would come roaring back on if a tape appeared of Obama making a major gaffe. So they can always hope....
 
2012-09-27 02:40:15 PM  

DeltaPunch: Weaver95: Dinki: Weaver95: I can't tell if they've given up or if they're recharging their batteries and massing for an attack.

Has Limbaugh put out the talking points about this ad? Until then, the shills won't have much to say.

I don't think Limbaugh can keep up with the Romney gaffe engine.

You listen to Rush, right? What's all this he said about Silver? Did he actually try to eluciderp his audience on how the statistical machinations of Silver's likelihood fitter is biased or something?


I don't like to tune into the Limbaugh show without proper meditation and preparation. there are rituals to be observed, and then there's a purification ceremony afterwards.
 
2012-09-27 02:40:29 PM  

Weaver95: Headso: Weaver95: Dinki: Weaver95: I can't tell if they've given up or if they're recharging their batteries and massing for an attack.

Has Limbaugh put out the talking points about this ad? Until then, the shills won't have much to say.

I don't think Limbaugh can keep up with the Romney gaffe engine.

I heard he did the Kessel Run in less than twelve parsecs with that engine.

it's because Romney's using a Paradox reactor to power his gaffe engine. difficult to beat that combination.


There is no freaking way I'm letting a Mormon Mage in the white house. He'll destroy us all with paradox-blowback.
 
2012-09-27 02:41:09 PM  

Weaver95: it's nice to know i'm not the only one who's noticed a considerable lack of pro-Romney supporters on the politics tab. it's gotten REAL quiet from the pro-GOP front here on fark. sure, there's still the odd comment or two..but the coordinated defense seems to have collapsed and retreated.


Well, we do know that there is at least one Fark admins who has GOP tatooed on their chest.

It is nice since now threads are less likely to be blitzed with bullshiat lies from them. Now they are just waiting for anti Obama anything threads to tag team in.

Granted, they are just in it for the attention, regardless of politics. Fark doesn't need those kind of assholes.
 
2012-09-27 02:41:22 PM  

James F. Campbell: Lunaville: Yes, I agree. We absolutely should take this election for granted. In fact, those individuals who support Obama need not exert themselves to vote unless the weather is ideal because he is such a shoo-in, why worry?

Kittypie, your comment was completely unreasonable. Caution is for kitties.

Once again, my labeling proves accurate as well as prescient, conservative concern troll.


plink.
 
2012-09-27 02:41:45 PM  

MindStalker: Thrakkerzog: http://unskewedpolls.com/

Huh. I thought that this was surely a parody, like hillaryis44.com.

Nope, they are like ostriches sticking their heads in the sand.

Hold on, hillaryis44 was a parody? I'm pretty sure many took it seriously.


You know, I thought that I had read that it was a parody, but I can't find any source on that now. Maybe it is just a deranged person.
 
Bf+
2012-09-27 02:42:18 PM  

Arkanaut: Someone needs to create a Romney For Obama SuperPac and just run all his past statements supporting insurance mandates, gay rights, and abortion.


I think someone beat you to it:
Yesterday, he was praising ObamaRomneyCare
 
2012-09-27 02:42:53 PM  

andrewskdr: I encourage everyone to support alternate candidates this election year, don't throw away your vote because it's popular.


So, in order to not throw away my vote, I should vote 3rd party?

And I thought only Romney was capable contradicting himself within the same sentence.
 
2012-09-27 02:42:55 PM  
The favor is returned with gusto! One less retard in my life, and that's a positive.
 
2012-09-27 02:42:56 PM  

MindStalker: Thrakkerzog: http://unskewedpolls.com/

Huh. I thought that this was surely a parody, like hillaryis44.com.

Nope, they are like ostriches sticking their heads in the sand.

Hold on, hillaryis44 was a parody? I'm pretty sure many took it seriously.


I had a theory about that site ... I bet nobody remembers any more, back in early 2008, Ann Coulter said she would campaign for Hillary Clinton if John McCain was the Republican nominee. My idea was that hillaryis44 was her site. It certainly sounded like her in a lot of ways...
 
2012-09-27 02:43:11 PM  

Amdam: I was wondering when they would start doing this. Romney's probably given them enough materials for four or five different dozen ads


/FTFY
 
2012-09-27 02:43:12 PM  

James F. Campbell: Once again, my labeling proves accurate as well as prescient, conservative concern troll.


Do you have any sense of sarcasm whatsoever? Kittypie and Lunaville are both more liberal than I am.
 
2012-09-27 02:43:24 PM  

Jim_Callahan: Antimatter: I've never, ever voted straight ticket, yet i'll be doing that this year for sure. I'll have no votes of mine going to GOP authoritarians, thank you very much.

Same here. There are usually at least a couple local boys (generally incumbents) from the GOP that I like, or at least that I'm cool with. But this year, even the city council (R) guys aren't getting my vote, as they've all thrown in with the crazy.

//Technically still not a straight-ticket since I'm being an optimist and voting socialist for one of the local positions, and independent for a few others. National and state posts are straight (D) for me this year, though, and I say this as someone who still doesn't regret voting Bush in 2000.


Serious question: Given Bush's tax cuts and spending, the half-done invasion of Afghanistan, the invasion of Iraq, etc., how can you NOT regret voting for Bush in 2000? Do you think Gore would have been worse?
 
2012-09-27 02:44:16 PM  

tony41454: Man, you people are REALLY going to be shocked and disappointed in November.


Oh, man. Did they push back the release date for Bioshock: Infinite again?!?
 
2012-09-27 02:45:00 PM  

LouDobbsAwaaaay: If Romney wanted to save the country a lot of money, he could just concede right now and save us the cost of an election that he can't possibly win. He's getting destroyed in every swing-state.


There still in Senate/Congressional and local races to be voted on. If the GOP knows what's smart they will figure out a strategy to save their congressional critters while throwing Romney under the bus. I doubt its possible at this point.
 
2012-09-27 02:45:03 PM  

Dinki: Weaver95: it's nice to know i'm not the only one who's noticed a considerable lack of pro-Romney supporters on the politics tab. it's gotten REAL quiet from the pro-GOP front here on fark. sure, there's still the odd comment or two..but the coordinated defense seems to have collapsed and retreated.

They would come roaring back on if a tape appeared of Obama making a major gaffe. So they can always hope....


The whitey tape could still leak! You just know Breitbart's "heart attack" was a cover for an 0bamao hit job! WHAT ARE THE DEMONRATS TRYING TO HIDE???!!!?!!!!?!

/oh, and could you keep the gop dead-enders from screwing around up here? their friends are making quite the mess
 
2012-09-27 02:46:36 PM  

gilgigamesh: That would explain why Limbaugh just spent 20 minutes blasting Nate Silver.


What did he say? ...I'm interested in seeing where Rush goes with this one.
 
2012-09-27 02:48:00 PM  
Somebody out there has Mitt's tax return info and I'm pretty sure it will surface before the election. A competent campaign would be prepared with a response for the inevitable.

Given that the "47%" video was floating around since May, and they weren't ready for it, I'm gonna guess they will be (more) farked when the tax returns surface.
 
2012-09-27 02:48:03 PM  
Aggressively bad posting is a kind of posting
 
2012-09-27 02:48:35 PM  

dericwater: andrewskdr: This is a very bad election year.

Obama's campaign is focused around making you not want to vote for Romney, but then again not giving you a reason to actually vote for him. Romney is simply a terrible Republican candidate. There is no realistic 3rd option. This country is basically going to elect one piece of shiat versus the other, and will base their decision purely on which doesn't smell as bad.

I encourage everyone to support alternate candidates this election year, don't throw away your vote because it's popular.

If you wish to see reasons to vote for Obama, I suggest you go to barackobama.com. There is an ample list of reasons why Obama is good for the country.

He doesn't push that so much because negative ads, especially ones handed to you on a platter, are so much more effective.

/Wait until mid October when tax returns facts come out.
//You know the Obama campaign has them.
///They're just waiting to use it when necessary.
///New-clear!


I've been hoping Mitt's tax returns will be the Dem's October Surprise.

Any other predictions for a good October Surprise?
 
2012-09-27 02:48:40 PM  

James F. Campbell: sweetmelissa31: Pretty sure you and Kittypie had a misunderstanding and are actually on the same side.

That still doesn't explain why Kittypie thinks Mitt Romney pays too much in taxes compared to the rest of us.

Creepy

.

Always interesting to see stalkers in the wild.

jasimo: Serious question: Given Bush's tax cuts and spending, the half-done invasion of Afghanistan, the invasion of Iraq, etc., how can you NOT regret voting for Bush in 2000? Do you think Gore would have been worse?


Gore would have continued spraying aluminum powder into the atmosphere to simulate 'global warming'. Notice how earthquakes have increased since Obama became president? That's because HAARP got turned back on.
 
2012-09-27 02:49:58 PM  

Jackson Herring: Aggressively bad posting is a kind of posting


Hahahaha!
 
2012-09-27 02:51:00 PM  

nyrkah1: Somebody out there has Mitt's tax return info and I'm pretty sure it will surface before the election. A competent campaign would be prepared with a response for the inevitable.

Given that the "47%" video was floating around since May, and they weren't ready for it, I'm gonna guess they will be (more) farked when the tax returns surface.


Do we really need to know that Romney illegally dodged taxes in a Swiss bank account? Everybody does that. Yawn.
 
2012-09-27 02:51:03 PM  
s1ugg0 2012-09-27 01:53:01 PM

There is way too many back slapping and self congratulating going on right now. The election is still weeks off.

[egg-protecting kitty respectfully folds ears back, hisses protectively]
 
2012-09-27 02:51:04 PM  

jasimo: dericwater: andrewskdr: This is a very bad election year.

Obama's campaign is focused around making you not want to vote for Romney, but then again not giving you a reason to actually vote for him. Romney is simply a terrible Republican candidate. There is no realistic 3rd option. This country is basically going to elect one piece of shiat versus the other, and will base their decision purely on which doesn't smell as bad.

I encourage everyone to support alternate candidates this election year, don't throw away your vote because it's popular.

If you wish to see reasons to vote for Obama, I suggest you go to barackobama.com. There is an ample list of reasons why Obama is good for the country.

He doesn't push that so much because negative ads, especially ones handed to you on a platter, are so much more effective.

/Wait until mid October when tax returns facts come out.
//You know the Obama campaign has them.
///They're just waiting to use it when necessary.
///New-clear!

I've been hoping Mitt's tax returns will be the Dem's October Surprise.

Any other predictions for a good October Surprise?


Do they even need one at this point?
 
2012-09-27 02:51:41 PM  

Dinki: gilgigamesh: That would explain why Limbaugh just spent 20 minutes blasting Nate Silver.

The new republican strategy of trashing the polls is really bizarre. Do they really believe that if they can somehow convince people that the polls aren't true, that the polls will actually lose their validity? Or is it all a desperate attempt to keep the fund raising spigot open a little longer by convincing gullible conservatives that Romney still has a chance?


The second one.
 
2012-09-27 02:51:42 PM  

joonyer: shiat guys, I just read this on FR. We are f*cked! They know!

"You are experiencing a reaction to a major psy-ops campaign. Turn off the media.

Zero is going down."


I love that site.

To: patriot08
This crap again???

We're not buying the stupid accusation and threat.

We're voting staunch Conservative PERIOD. Nothing anyone tries to bully us into is going to get us to change our minds.

Plus - ANYONE who thinks this election is somehow going to be fair, open and honest is delusional. Understand the history of Marxists once they achieve the level of power Obama and his MarxoFascists have.

At NO TIME in history, has an election caused a Marxist regime to leave power. At NO TIME in history, has an election under a Marxist regime ever been 'won' by the challenger.

Everything you are seeing and hearing, is to create an illusion of legitimacy to Obama being crowned for another 'term'.

Better be thinking past November.
 
2012-09-27 02:53:26 PM  

Weaver95: Glenford: Weaver95: I don't care what your politics are, from a purely strategic perspective it is NOT a good sign when your opponent can run your own words as a campaign ad and have it come out as pretty damn effective. Romney is in serious trouble.

I think even our local GOP shills have started admitting to that fact.

I am seeing a noticeable lack of troll yellow in these threads. Maybe they gave up?

it's weird, isn't it? our usual shills seem to have suddenly evaporated. I can't tell if they've given up or if they're recharging their batteries and massing for an attack.

 

i.imgur.com
 
2012-09-27 02:53:58 PM  

DeltaPunch: Weaver95: Dinki: Weaver95: I can't tell if they've given up or if they're recharging their batteries and massing for an attack.

Has Limbaugh put out the talking points about this ad? Until then, the shills won't have much to say.

I don't think Limbaugh can keep up with the Romney gaffe engine.

You listen to Rush, right? What's all this he said about Silver? Did he actually try to eluciderp his audience on how the statistical machinations of Silver's likelihood fitter is biased or something?




It's actually kind of sad. I imagine them sitting down in their bunkers for years with their crates of ammo for company, waiting for the Talking Points that never arrive...
 
2012-09-27 02:55:37 PM  

Arkanaut: Someone needs to create a Romney For Obama SuperPac and just run all his past statements supporting insurance mandates, gay rights, and abortion.


I just snapped up romney4obama.com

If anyone's interested in throwing something together real quick, contact me at the email in my profile, should be relatively easy to do.
 
2012-09-27 02:55:47 PM  

James F. Campbell: sweetmelissa31: Pretty sure you and Kittypie had a misunderstanding and are actually on the same side.

That still doesn't explain why Kittypie thinks Mitt Romney pays too much in taxes compared to the rest of us.


Yes, keep linking to the top of a 600 post thread to make your point. It clearly demonstrates your rhetorical succor. I'm sure your debate opponents quiver in your presence.
 
2012-09-27 02:57:30 PM  

jasimo: dericwater: andrewskdr: This is a very bad election year.

Obama's campaign is focused around making you not want to vote for Romney, but then again not giving you a reason to actually vote for him. Romney is simply a terrible Republican candidate. There is no realistic 3rd option. This country is basically going to elect one piece of shiat versus the other, and will base their decision purely on which doesn't smell as bad.

I encourage everyone to support alternate candidates this election year, don't throw away your vote because it's popular.

If you wish to see reasons to vote for Obama, I suggest you go to barackobama.com. There is an ample list of reasons why Obama is good for the country.

He doesn't push that so much because negative ads, especially ones handed to you on a platter, are so much more effective.

/Wait until mid October when tax returns facts come out.
//You know the Obama campaign has them.
///They're just waiting to use it when necessary.
///New-clear!

I've been hoping Mitt's tax returns will be the Dem's October Surprise.

Any other predictions for a good October Surprise?


Obama will reveal that he has a list of Romney's directives that he had downloaded while Romney was offline and recharging.

www.doblu.com
 
2012-09-27 02:58:08 PM  

Weaver95: it's nice to know i'm not the only one who's noticed a considerable lack of pro-Romney supporters on the politics tab. it's gotten REAL quiet from the pro-GOP front here on fark. sure, there's still the odd comment or two..but the coordinated defense seems to have collapsed and retreated.


Hmmm....

Drew's in Germany (at least, according to Twitter) and the blatant trolls get eerily quiet....

Hey, people, I'm just asking the questions.
 
2012-09-27 02:58:20 PM  

badLogic: jasimo: dericwater: andrewskdr: This is a very bad election year.

Obama's campaign is focused around making you not want to vote for Romney, but then again not giving you a reason to actually vote for him. Romney is simply a terrible Republican candidate. There is no realistic 3rd option. This country is basically going to elect one piece of shiat versus the other, and will base their decision purely on which doesn't smell as bad.

I encourage everyone to support alternate candidates this election year, don't throw away your vote because it's popular.

If you wish to see reasons to vote for Obama, I suggest you go to barackobama.com. There is an ample list of reasons why Obama is good for the country.

He doesn't push that so much because negative ads, especially ones handed to you on a platter, are so much more effective.

/Wait until mid October when tax returns facts come out.
//You know the Obama campaign has them.
///They're just waiting to use it when necessary.
///New-clear!

I've been hoping Mitt's tax returns will be the Dem's October Surprise.

Any other predictions for a good October Surprise?

Do they even need one at this point?


Whatever your opinions on his governance, Obama's campaign machine is bizarrely good. They have a bomb waiting, if needed.

I doubt it would be a tax return leak, though. That would be an invasion of privacy that the GOP would instantly latch on to paint Obama as a ruthless authoritarian who twists federal agencies to his will. I wouldn't be surprised if the campaign has already quietly warned off people with access to his tax info for this very reason.
 
2012-09-27 02:58:37 PM  

Dinki: gilgigamesh: That would explain why Limbaugh just spent 20 minutes blasting Nate Silver.

The new republican strategy of trashing the polls is really bizarre. Do they really believe that if they can somehow convince people that the polls aren't true, that the polls will actually lose their validity? Or is it all a desperate attempt to keep the fund raising spigot open a little longer by convincing gullible conservatives that Romney still has a chance?


They're not trying to convince teir base that the polls aren't legitimate, they are trying to convince them that the upcoming election results won't be legitimate.

It is part of a wider effort to undermine democracy.
 
2012-09-27 02:59:34 PM  

DeltaPunch: eluciderp


LOL
 
2012-09-27 03:00:08 PM  
List of People Conspiring Against the GOP, and therefore, America
(LOPCATGOPATA for short):
Liberals
Democrats
Socialists
Community Organizers
Geologists
Biologists
Meteorologists
Climatologists
Atheists
Muslims
Jews
Satan
ABC
NBC
CNN
CBS
PBS
All of cable news except FNC
The New York Times
The LA Times
The Washington Post
The Associated Press
Reuters
BBC
The Guardian
Black People
Mexicans
Human Rights Activists
SCOTUS
Europe
Movie Industry
Television Industry
Environmentalists
ACLU
The United Nations
Labor Unions
Colleges
Teachers
Professors
ACORN
National Endowment for the Arts
Gays
Judges
NPR
Paleontologists
Astrophysicists
Museums (*except Creationism Museum)
WHO
WTO
Inflated tires
The Honolulu Advertiser
The Star Bulletin
Teletubbies
Sponge Bob and Patrick
Nobel Prize Committee
US Census Bureau
NOAA
Sesame Street
Comic Books
Little Green Footballs
Video Games
The Bible
CBO
Bruce Springsteen
Pennies
The Theory of Relativity
Comedy Central
Young People
whatever the hell a Justin Beiber is
Small Business Owners
Math
CPAC
Navy SEALs
The Economist
The Muppets
Iowa Republicans
Low-Flow Toilets
Penguins
Career Moms
Stay-at-home Moms
Adoptive Moms
People with Moms
Mitt Romney
 
2012-09-27 03:01:12 PM  

AkaDad: nyrkah1: Somebody out there has Mitt's tax return info and I'm pretty sure it will surface before the election. A competent campaign would be prepared with a response for the inevitable.

Given that the "47%" video was floating around since May, and they weren't ready for it, I'm gonna guess they will be (more) farked when the tax returns surface.

Do we really need to know that Romney illegally dodged taxes in a Swiss bank account? Everybody does that. Yawn.


Don't underestimate Romney. A story broke months ago about Romney starting Bain Capital with loans from people tied to South American death squads. There's no telling who or what else he's done business with.
 
2012-09-27 03:03:50 PM  

Kazan: wait till 2025... texas is predicted to flip to D+2


img.skitch.com 

approves!
 
2012-09-27 03:04:02 PM  
as a non-obama supporter, i have to say... that is a pretty effective ad.... i don't know what came the hell possessed romney to believe that the kind of things you nod along to with your father-in-law should become the things that a presidential candidate ought to utter aloud in public.
 
2012-09-27 03:04:34 PM  

Doc Daneeka: List of People Conspiring Against the GOP, and therefore, America
(LOPCATGOPATA for short):
Long list
Mitt Romney

Poll takers
Statisticians
 
2012-09-27 03:04:44 PM  
I think the next Romney-starring Obama commercial should splice his assertion in 2007 regarding using the emergency room, when you don't have insurance, and being provided with treatment there: "If that's not socialism, I don't know what is!" and his remarks on 60 Minutes recently.
 
2012-09-27 03:05:21 PM  

jasimo: I've been hoping Mitt's tax returns will be the Dem's October Surprise.

Any other predictions for a good October Surprise?


I doubt it, we all just assume he took the Swiss bank account amnesty in 2009. Not sure what else would be in there that would be damaging. He's richer than we thought, maybe? Yawn.

If they/someone could weaken or pop the right-wing reality bubble, that would be the most help to the Democrats (and human civilization). But I'm not sure what can at this point - it's self-defending, because any facts that contradict it automatically tarnish the source of said facts as liberally-biased (therefore untrustworthy).
 
2012-09-27 03:05:46 PM  
Boom! Headshot!
 
2012-09-27 03:07:07 PM  

RedT: Weaver95: I don't care what your politics are, from a purely strategic perspective it is NOT a good sign when your opponent can run your own words as a campaign ad and have it come out as pretty damn effective. Romney is in serious trouble.

I think even our local GOP shills have started admitting to that fact.

Made me feel all warm and giggly to listen to Neil Bortz practically have a stroke the other night talking about what a disaster the Rmoney campaign is.


This morning he was talking about how the american people were never supposed to be able to vote for the senate, or the president
 
2012-09-27 03:08:07 PM  
This is hilarious. I was literally talking with my father this morning and he said this is exactly what Obama should be doing for his campaign ads. Can't wait to tell my dad that Obama's campaign staff was way ahead on this one.
 
2012-09-27 03:08:16 PM  

aedude01: sprawl15: theorellior: sprawl15: At that point, they need to completely wash their hands of the guy and say that he doesn't represent the GOP's values.

And that's when the Godbotherers and Know-Nothings will be let off the leashes. You may very well see the Republican party become the final relic of the Civil War.

It's either that or push back to moderation...which would put their policies roughly in line with Obama's.

So...yeah. I'm fascinated to see what happens when the GOP falls apart.

Expect to see the Tea Party to split off on it's own radical tangent, while the moderate Republicans are left to rebuild their party from the smoldering ashes of the RNC. It's not going to be a pretty rebirth (or election season) when it happens, but it's going to happen. Maybe that's a good thing. Maybe we need three (or four, or five) political parties in this country. Maybe that will help get the electorate engaged again.

It's unlikely, but one can only hope.


Yes I think that's got to be the future, Republicans can know longer pander to the tea party idiots. They're going to have to rebuild their party and kiss the tea party goodbye once and for all. Or the tea party will kiss the GOP goodbye due to their lack of "conservative enuf" candidates. In the meantime the Democrats will roll over for years.
 
2012-09-27 03:09:06 PM  

Dinki: gilgigamesh: That would explain why Limbaugh just spent 20 minutes blasting Nate Silver.

The new republican strategy of trashing the polls is really bizarre. Do they really believe that if they can somehow convince people that the polls aren't true, that the polls will actually lose their validity? Or is it all a desperate attempt to keep the fund raising spigot open a little longer by convincing gullible conservatives that Romney still has a chance?


Just like blasting fact checking. Once they get rid of legitimately biased targets to complain about, they still have months and months and mountains of facts. They've got nothing else to use.
 
2012-09-27 03:09:13 PM  

Weaver95: I don't care what your politics are, from a purely strategic perspective it is NOT a good sign when your opponent can run your own words as a campaign ad and have it come out as pretty damn effective. Romney is in serious trouble.

I think even our local GOP shills have started admitting to that fact.


"You didn't build that"
 
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