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2012-10-30 01:19:26 PM

dragonfire77: Christie is more concerned about getting re-elected than helping Romney. Know how the GOP is always pushing the idea that every person is an island, and you're all on your own? It applies to their own, as well.


"more concerned about getting re-elected" ?

What are you talking about???

New Jersey loves Chris Christie. His reelection is inevitable.
 
2012-10-30 01:19:45 PM
Good for Christie; the guy's a bit of a yammering douchebag, but when the shiat hit the fan, he did what he should have done. Screw the election - my shiat's all farked up over here, get outta my face about that crap, I've got real work to do. A good Jersey attitude.

As to the whole Obama thing, he's just being honest and appreciative; I don't care if you hate the crap out of your next door neighbor - if your house is on fire and he wakes you up, carries your invalid wife out of the burning building and wraps you in comfy blankets, he's suddenly a prince in your eyes.

At least for a week or two.

Politics is a luxury of the idle; surprisingly, thanks, fatso, for having your priorities straight.
 
2012-10-30 01:22:07 PM

Elandriel: Genevieve Marie: That's odd behavior for someone who ostensibly supports MItt Romney.

He's thinking about his own upcoming re-election, I'd guess. NJ is still pretty blue, even with CC in charge, and he needs to lay groundwork to proclaim himself totes reasonable.

Or, maybe he's actually being a governor of a state instead of just a partisan Republican.


I'm kind of thinking the latter. His comment about "I don't give a damn about the election right now" was kind of a tip off.
 
2012-10-30 01:22:15 PM
Chris Christie: "I don't give a damn about Election Day. It doesn't matter a lick, bite, chew to me at the moment. I've got bigger fish, eggs, bacon teachers to fry"

FTFY
 
2012-10-30 01:22:25 PM

keylock71: [sphotos-a.xx.fbcdn.net image 299x251]


FATMAN!
 
2012-10-30 01:23:32 PM

FitzShivering: For the love of God, can't some of you just appreciate when people put their bullshiat differences aside and work towards a greater good? Even our worst politicians still have something not election related they are loyal to. Stop making the world out to be worst than it is. Not everything is a political conspiracy. Obama and FEMA deserve praise for their quick response, and Christie deserves praise for saying so, despite the fact they were calling for him to run against Obama no less than a year ago.


Also, there is nothing RMoney can do related to relief efforts that doesn't look like pandering; the nature of the beast. The President has a mission to work with FEMA, help the states affected, etc. I'm not a RMoney supporter, but all he can do here is show concern for those affected and continue to run for President.

After the emergency situations are over, then maybe, but that will probably be after the election.

I'd guess Christie is operating on little sleep and just said what was on his mind. It's the most likely possibility. He doesn't deserve anything for it, but it reveals his character as he is under duress.

/I like it
 
2012-10-30 01:23:42 PM

Fista-Phobia: I think election day is a pretty big effin deal. How is what he said an example of being an adult?


People are in serious risk of dying. Entire homes have been lost. The election is important but not as important as mortal danger. The election means some people's taxes might go up or down a couple percentage points. When you're staring at an empty lot where your house used to be that seems rather a quaint thing to concern yourself with.
 
2012-10-30 01:24:36 PM
Christie has been awesome, as have Bloomberg and Andrew Cuomo, but New Jersey was hit the hardest and you can tell how much Christie cares about his state in his anger at the mayor of Atlantic City who convinced residents that they didn't need to evacuate.
 
2012-10-30 01:24:43 PM
He already knows who won.
 
2012-10-30 01:25:41 PM

Gyrfalcon: Elandriel: Genevieve Marie:

Or, maybe he's actually being a governor of a state instead of just a partisan Republican.

I'm kind of thinking the latter. His comment about "I don't give a damn about the election right now" was kind of a tip off.


I think it's pretty clear that you don't have any concept of what he's doing to manage the cleanup efforts. He's not going to get any sleep for days as he keeps on top of this and when he said that the election wasn't a priority of his right now he damn well meant it. He's one of the busiest guys in the state right now.
 
2012-10-30 01:26:14 PM

Wendolyn the Wired: He's promised to reschedule Halloween, but he's being pretty vague on whether he'll ensure that New Jersey citizens have the opportunity to vote.


Halloween is tomorrow. Voting is a week from Thursday.

CALENDARS, HOW THE fark DO THEY WORK?
 
2012-10-30 01:27:16 PM
I've asked several conservatives I know what they think on this matter. They responded, almost in unison with, "NOBODY'S REPORTING ON BENGHAZI!!!"

/sigh
 
2012-10-30 01:29:19 PM

Yanks_RSJ: Christie has been awesome, as have Bloomberg and Andrew Cuomo, but New Jersey was hit the hardest and you can tell how much Christie cares about his state in his anger at the mayor of Atlantic City who convinced residents that they didn't need to evacuate.


The mayor of Atlantic City came out today and said that wasn't the case at all. Not sure what exactly happened, but it sounded like there's a fair chance Christie rushed to blame there.

http://video.today.msnbc.msn.com/today/49607416/ 
 
And I found this from a few weeks ago. Looks like there are a lot of political tensions between the two of them: http://www.pressofatlanticcity.com/communities/atlantic-city_pleasant v ille_brigantine/atlantic-city-mayor-lorenzo-langford-responds-to-gover nor-chris-christie/article_37555ae6-194e-11e2-a9ef-001a4bcf887a.html
 
2012-10-30 01:34:03 PM

Genevieve Marie: And I found this from a few weeks ago. Looks like there are a lot of political tensions between the two of them: http://www.pressofatlanticcity.com/communities/atlantic-city_pleasant v ille_brigantine/atlantic-city-mayor-lorenzo-langford-responds-to-gover nor-chris-christie/article_37555ae6-194e-11e2-a9ef-001a4bcf887a.html


Perhaps that's why this Langford fellow chose to risk people's lives. But in the end it's like stink-palming. Sure he got to defy the governor, but by doing so people died. Seems a short-sighted victory for someone who can be voted out of office...
 
2012-10-30 01:35:05 PM

rcantley: The Decider: I disagree. If Obama wins, she'll resign and do the speaking tour thing and brush up her domestic chops, getting rested for 2016. I think Bill and Obama really don't like each other and only the reason Bill is trying to get him re-elected so hard is because he knows the economy is going to improve over the next 4 years and whoever is in the Oval Office will get credit. If it's Romney, he'll get re-elected. If it's Obama, it makes the Dems look good and Hillary's message will be "you want four more years? Here I am!"

I don't understand the idea that Clinton would get the nomination over Biden. If Biden wants it, how is it not his to lose?


He'll be 74 years old.
 
2012-10-30 01:39:14 PM

Leeds: Genevieve Marie: And I found this from a few weeks ago. Looks like there are a lot of political tensions between the two of them: http://www.pressofatlanticcity.com/communities/atlantic-city_pleasant v ille_brigantine/atlantic-city-mayor-lorenzo-langford-responds-to-gover nor-chris-christie/article_37555ae6-194e-11e2-a9ef-001a4bcf887a.html

Perhaps that's why this Langford fellow chose to risk people's lives. But in the end it's like stink-palming. Sure he got to defy the governor, but by doing so people died. Seems a short-sighted victory for someone who can be voted out of office...



He claims he didn't defy the governor at all, that he mandated evacuations as well,  but did set up a shelter of last resort for any pigheaded folks that stuck around against advice.

I don't know how true that is, but it does sound like there's blame shifting going on between both of  them, and that their dispute is more about disliking each other than it is about what happened here.
 
2012-10-30 01:41:26 PM

brandent: rcantley: The Decider: I disagree. If Obama wins, she'll resign and do the speaking tour thing and brush up her domestic chops, getting rested for 2016. I think Bill and Obama really don't like each other and only the reason Bill is trying to get him re-elected so hard is because he knows the economy is going to improve over the next 4 years and whoever is in the Oval Office will get credit. If it's Romney, he'll get re-elected. If it's Obama, it makes the Dems look good and Hillary's message will be "you want four more years? Here I am!"

I don't understand the idea that Clinton would get the nomination over Biden. If Biden wants it, how is it not his to lose?

He'll be 74 years old.


Biden doesn't really seem to GAF. Maybe I'm missing something, but has he really expressed that much wish to want to run? Seems like they pulled him in to the VP spot to back the youngin' in 2008, and now he's there to finish what he started, but he seems like he's ready to pack it in once his service is up. Again, maybe he's said something that I didn't see.
 
2012-10-30 01:42:02 PM
You're forgetting one thing - if Romney loses in November, the GOP won't be looking for a moderate to put up in 2016. They'll be looking for the most Conservative Conservative that ever Conservatived*. Mr. Christie has the "I hate gay people" but that's about it.

* I am using Conservative in the 2012 sense - a purveyor of derp - not the classic sense, which I would welcome with open arms.
 
2012-10-30 01:42:10 PM

Genevieve Marie: Elandriel: Or, maybe he's actually being a governor of a state instead of just a partisan Republican.

You know, I'd chalk it up to that too if the praise wasn't so effusive. He very easily could have said something more along the lines of "President Obama and Fema have been very helpful and we appreciate their efforts" and that would still have been the right thing to do.
 
But I mean... he gave all kinds of detail on how the President went above and beyond, mentioning late night calls so the President could personally help expedite the disaster area declaration and also talking about how the President made sure he had a personal number to reach him in case he has any other needs.

That's... above and beyond normal praise. Nice to hear, for sure. But I still wonder if maybe there's something else going on there. Maybe Romney irked him this week, or maybe like you said, he's looking out for his own reelection prospects. Or who knows, maybe he's just being a decent guy and telling the truth?

Whole thing is weird though and I'm not quite sure what to make of it.


Sounds like he has a bit of a crush on the President.
 
2012-10-30 01:43:10 PM

brandent: He'll be 74 years old.


Reagan was 73 when elected to his second term.

Oh and on the Christie front, I loved his news conference last night when he basically said if you didn't evacuate when we asked you too you are screwed until day break good luck morons.
 
2012-10-30 01:45:29 PM

Genevieve Marie: Leeds: Genevieve Marie: And I found this from a few weeks ago. Looks like there are a lot of political tensions between the two of them: http://www.pressofatlanticcity.com/communities/atlantic-city_pleasant v ille_brigantine/atlantic-city-mayor-lorenzo-langford-responds-to-gover nor-chris-christie/article_37555ae6-194e-11e2-a9ef-001a4bcf887a.html

Perhaps that's why this Langford fellow chose to risk people's lives. But in the end it's like stink-palming. Sure he got to defy the governor, but by doing so people died. Seems a short-sighted victory for someone who can be voted out of office...


He claims he didn't defy the governor at all, that he mandated evacuations as well,  but did set up a shelter of last resort for any pigheaded folks that stuck around against advice.

I don't know how true that is, but it does sound like there's blame shifting going on between both of  them, and that their dispute is more about disliking each other than it is about what happened here.


I read first thing this morning that the shelter flooded and had to be evacuated mid-storm. That put people in harms way more than anything else.

The mayor pulled a Ray Nagin.
 
2012-10-30 01:46:45 PM

you have pee hands: rcantley: I don't understand the idea that Clinton would get the nomination over Biden. If Biden wants it, how is it not his to lose?

He's getting old. He'll be 73 in 2016.


Both Hillary and Biden are too old, in my opinion. Hillary would be just a few months younger than Reagan in Jan 1981 if she were to win in 2016 (69). Biden would be ridiculously old. He also has a reputation even among many Dems as being a loose canon and a kind of dim. I can't see him winning the nomination.
 
2012-10-30 01:51:17 PM

joonyer: Vindibudd: Shrugging Atlas: Vindibudd: Shrugging Atlas: Vindibudd: You FarkProgs® slay me, just because Christie says something nice about the president doesn't mean he's pissed at Romney, what's Romney going to do anyway? He's not in charge of anything at all. This is called bipartisanship btw.

Hold a campaign rally in Ohio it would seem.

Well he's not the president, so he can do anything he wants.

Exactly. And while the dead are still being pulled from the rubble why not have a party!

Kind of like Obama going to Vegas while they're pulling a dead ambassador out of Benghazi, amirite?

He's the president, he can do whatever he wants.

See? Being a disingenious weasel works both ways! Amirite? Besides, Vindi you've never come here for an honest debate. You just throw your monkey crap and leave.

So what's keeping you?


Wrong, I come here, make a point and instead of engaging in an actual debate the instantaneous response is that I must be a troll for daring to have an opinion different from this august body of FarkProgs®.

And actually, the president has responsibilities to do his job. A presidential candidate just runs for office. Are you not able to see the difference?
 
2012-10-30 01:51:50 PM

Tom_Slick: brandent: He'll be 74 years old.

Reagan was 73 when elected to his second term.

Oh and on the Christie front, I loved his news conference last night when he basically said if you didn't evacuate when we asked you too you are screwed until day break good luck morons.


Reagan also spent most of his second term going senile and making just about everybody nervous. And Biden is a year older than that even.
 
2012-10-30 01:52:32 PM

that bosnian sniper: 3. Can we add Chris Christie to the LOPCATGOPATA?


What...
 
2012-10-30 01:52:37 PM
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2012-10-30 01:43:10 PM


brandent: He'll be 74 years old.

Reagan was 73 when elected to his second term.

Oh and on the Christie front, I loved his news conference last night when he basically said if you didn't evacuate when we asked you too you are screwed until day break good luck morons.




So people born with low intelligence deserve death and destruction because of their disability?
You inhuman monster!!! Must be a Republican!
 
2012-10-30 01:53:20 PM

SacriliciousBeerSwiller: Fox News co-host Steve Doocy wondered when Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney was going to get some of the same benefits from the hurricane with a photo op in disaster-stricken New Jersey towns.

"Over the last couple of months, you have appeared throughout the country, Governor, on behalf of Mitt Romney," Doocy remarked to Christie. "[W]e hear that perhaps Mr. Romney may do some storm-related events. Is there any possibility that Gov. Romney may go to New Jersey to tour some of the damage with you?"


"Hey, when can Romney exploit this disaster?". Way to worry about the things that matter, Steve, you ridiculous douchebag.


seriously what a partisan question... hey people are struggling when can Romney get a photo op?

he gave the right answer, fark you i got more important things to do...
 
2012-10-30 01:55:59 PM
NJ should make a constitutional amendment demanding that a tuba ensemble follows Christie whenever he walks until he weighs 200 pounds.

familyguycutaways.com
 
2012-10-30 01:57:16 PM

The Decider: She's done. I'll go out on a limb here and predict that she's not running again. I think she realizes that the GOP will simply hate her too much to ever get elected.

I disagree. If Obama wins, she'll resign and do the speaking tour thing and brush up her domestic chops, getting rested for 2016. I think Bill and Obama really don't like each other and only the reason Bill is trying to get him re-elected so hard is because he knows the economy is going to improve over the next 4 years and whoever is in the Oval Office will get credit. If it's Romney, he'll get re-elected. If it's Obama, it makes the Dems look good and Hillary's message will be "you want four more years? Here I am!"


There is no doubt that's the playbook.
 
kab
2012-10-30 01:57:35 PM

cman: 9/11, for instance, put many people who were solidly against Bush in Bushes corner. When shiat hits the fan we come together and we drop the Democrat/Republican/Communist/Reptilian moniker and remember that we are all American.


So what you're saying is that we're going to start bombing Ireland in a few days?
 
2012-10-30 01:58:53 PM
Tom_Slick:
"Oh and on the Christie front, I loved his news conference last night when he basically said if you didn't evacuate when we asked you too you are screwed until day break good luck morons."



Yeah, I kind of liked this guy.
 
2012-10-30 02:01:06 PM

Vindibudd: Shrugging Atlas: Vindibudd: Shrugging Atlas: Vindibudd: You FarkProgs® slay me, just because Christie says something nice about the president doesn't mean he's pissed at Romney, what's Romney going to do anyway? He's not in charge of anything at all. This is called bipartisanship btw.

Hold a campaign rally in Ohio it would seem.

Well he's not the president, so he can do anything he wants.

Exactly. And while the dead are still being pulled from the rubble why not have a party!

Kind of like Obama going to Vegas while they're pulling a dead ambassador out of Benghazi, amirite?


Benghazi!

Drink
 
2012-10-30 02:02:14 PM

that bosnian sniper: Can we add Chris Christie to the LOPCATGOPATA?


Survey says... Yes!
 
2012-10-30 02:02:31 PM

Dwight_Yeast: //If he weren't such a pushy douche, I wouldn't mind seeing him as President


Maybe what this country needs right now is a pushy douche?
 
2012-10-30 02:05:30 PM
Fat? I wouldn't exactly call the brother fat. He's big-boned I get that. He's from New Jersey isn't he? That's the same gene pool as King Kong Bundy and Tony Soprano. He can't help it.
 
2012-10-30 02:13:03 PM
Someone mentioned the Freeper response. A few selections:

"'Credit' would have been fine for Christie to say..."great credit" was way over the line."

"How about "Bozo of the Year"? Helping us lose two in the bag Senate races and now promoting O. What is he thinking? Surely not 2016. That's laughable."

"His demeanor in Fox & Friends this AM was troubling. Christie was absolutely pissed when they asked if Romney might come tour the damage but then waxed poetic about how wonderful Obama had been, and how he'd called him three times yesterday. If this narrative of Obama = great leader in tough times continues (and you better believe Romney will now either be silenced or ignored or painted as insincere), it could very well affect this election. Thanks, Chris!"

And let's not forget the hurricane denier:
"What storm? It's bad enough the press overhyped Sandy, let's not do it here. I mean, this hurricane fizzled. There is no disaster."
 
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2012-10-30 02:13:34 PM
sportreview.net.nz
 
2012-10-30 02:52:57 PM

Elandriel: Genevieve Marie: That's odd behavior for someone who ostensibly supports MItt Romney.

He's thinking about his own upcoming re-election, I'd guess. NJ is still pretty blue, even with CC in charge, and he needs to lay groundwork to proclaim himself totes reasonable.

Or, maybe he's actually being a governor of a state instead of just a partisan Republican.


I hope it is the latter myself. Christie seems like one of those guys where even if you don't like all his policies, he's still a statesman so you don't need to panic when he runs the show. You know the kind of guy where you're not thrilled he won, but he seems functional enough.
 
2012-10-30 02:57:06 PM

Sandbox Leprechaun: Someone mentioned the Freeper response. A few selections:

"'Credit' would have been fine for Christie to say..."great credit" was way over the line."

"How about "Bozo of the Year"? Helping us lose two in the bag Senate races and now promoting O. What is he thinking? Surely not 2016. That's laughable."

"His demeanor in Fox & Friends this AM was troubling. Christie was absolutely pissed when they asked if Romney might come tour the damage but then waxed poetic about how wonderful Obama had been, and how he'd called him three times yesterday. If this narrative of Obama = great leader in tough times continues (and you better believe Romney will now either be silenced or ignored or painted as insincere), it could very well affect this election. Thanks, Chris!"

And let's not forget the hurricane denier:
"What storm? It's bad enough the press overhyped Sandy, let's not do it here. I mean, this hurricane fizzled. There is no disaster."


Too...much...crazy
 
2012-10-30 03:03:49 PM

Shrugging Atlas: And let's not forget the hurricane denier:
"What storm? It's bad enough the press overhyped Sandy, let's not do it here. I mean, this hurricane fizzled. There is no disaster."

Too...much...crazy



Lindsay Lohan has been posting over there?
 
2012-10-30 03:20:38 PM

ha-ha-guy: I hope it is the latter myself. Christie seems like one of those guys where even if you don't like all his policies, he's still a statesman so you don't need to panic when he runs the show. You know the kind of guy where you're not thrilled he won, but he seems functional enough


This, pretty much. I don't agree with his politics, but he appears to be an effective leader. I think Christie is trying to repair the State of New Jersey as quickly as possible because he's the governor of New Jersey. No one should be playing politics.
 
2012-10-30 03:33:48 PM

Shrugging Atlas: Too...much...crazy


I said it earlier in the thread, and I'll say it again.

I think it's time we added Chris Christie to the LOPCATGOPATA.
 
2012-10-30 04:05:56 PM
Because he likes the number 2016 more than the number 2020?
 
2012-10-30 04:14:54 PM

Hillbilly Jim: that bosnian sniper: 3. Can we add Chris Christie to the LOPCATGOPATA?

What...


Link
 
2012-10-30 04:16:37 PM

Vindibudd:
Wrong, I come here, make a point and instead of engaging in an actual debate the instantaneous response is that I must be a troll for daring to have an opinion different from this august body of FarkProgs®.

And actually, the president has responsibilities to do his job. A presidential candidate just runs for office. Are you not able to see the difference?


Ahh yes, that critical point you had to make was that because Christie made a positive remark about the President, he may not be angry with Romney.

Thank you for that, really.

Just a side note here: You get called a troll because your "points" are usually pointless and you're obviously just trying to piss people off. You rarely say anything of substance. Kind of like that awful comic. Hope you didn't quit your day job for that. Wow.
 
2012-10-30 04:32:29 PM

joonyer: Just a side note here: You get called a troll because your "points" are usually pointless and you're obviously just trying to piss people off. You rarely say anything of substance. Kind of like that awful comic. Hope you didn't quit your day job for that. Wow.


My points are generally in response to an opinion made by the typical FarkProg® (Fark Progressive). They are generally responded to with 1. BUSH EVIL 2. TROLL 3. OMG YOUR COMICS ARE AWFUL.

None of these address the issue at hand and two of them immediately veer in to ad hominem.

An example of this would be:

joonyer: Kind of like that awful comic. Hope you didn't quit your day job for that. Wow.

 
2012-10-30 04:48:33 PM

Vindibudd: joonyer: Just a side note here: You get called a troll because your "points" are usually pointless and you're obviously just trying to piss people off. You rarely say anything of substance. Kind of like that awful comic. Hope you didn't quit your day job for that. Wow.

My points are generally in response to an opinion made by the typical FarkProg® (Fark Progressive). They are generally responded to with 1. BUSH EVIL 2. TROLL 3. OMG YOUR COMICS ARE AWFUL.


AGAIN, this is because your "points" are not points at all. Even in the face of derp, you need to present something logical, something factual or at least debatable. What you do is spit vitriol, and then you run away. But by all means, keep blaming those darn FarkProgs, they're the real problem, right?
 
2012-10-30 05:08:53 PM
Good on you, Gov.
 
2012-10-30 05:22:39 PM

joonyer: Vindibudd: joonyer: Just a side note here: You get called a troll because your "points" are usually pointless and you're obviously just trying to piss people off. You rarely say anything of substance. Kind of like that awful comic. Hope you didn't quit your day job for that. Wow.

My points are generally in response to an opinion made by the typical FarkProg® (Fark Progressive). They are generally responded to with 1. BUSH EVIL 2. TROLL 3. OMG YOUR COMICS ARE AWFUL.

AGAIN, this is because your "points" are not points at all. Even in the face of derp, you need to present something logical, something factual or at least debatable. What you do is spit vitriol, and then you run away. But by all means, keep blaming those darn FarkProgs, they're the real problem, right?


Usage of the term "derp" is not instructive to advancing an argument. Rather than continually relying on Farker shorthand as a perceived stepping stone to intellectual superiority from with which to rain down your breathtakingly empty rhetoric, in future attempts to launch coherent salvos of well-reasoned expostulation, attempt to utilize actual English.

Also, feel free to define vitriol with pertinent excerpts. And I will not apologize for leaving Fark threads to participate in various activities of actual living. After all, it's generally myself engaging 30 of you. I'd be on here 24/7 if I were to respond to everyone who is desperate to hurl such awe-inspiring, debate winning, vocabulary defining, all-star terms like "derp."
 
2012-10-30 05:27:21 PM

Vindibudd: joonyer: Vindibudd: joonyer: Just a side note here: You get called a troll because your "points" are usually pointless and you're obviously just trying to piss people off. You rarely say anything of substance. Kind of like that awful comic. Hope you didn't quit your day job for that. Wow.

My points are generally in response to an opinion made by the typical FarkProg® (Fark Progressive). They are generally responded to with 1. BUSH EVIL 2. TROLL 3. OMG YOUR COMICS ARE AWFUL.

AGAIN, this is because your "points" are not points at all. Even in the face of derp, you need to present something logical, something factual or at least debatable. What you do is spit vitriol, and then you run away. But by all means, keep blaming those darn FarkProgs, they're the real problem, right?

Usage of the term "derp" is not instructive to advancing an argument. Rather than continually relying on Farker shorthand as a perceived stepping stone to intellectual superiority from with which to rain down your breathtakingly empty rhetoric, in future attempts to launch coherent salvos of well-reasoned expostulation, attempt to utilize actual English.

Also, feel free to define vitriol with pertinent excerpts. And I will not apologize for leaving Fark threads to participate in various activities of actual living. After all, it's generally myself engaging 30 of you. I'd be on here 24/7 if I were to respond to everyone who is desperate to hurl such awe-inspiring, debate winning, vocabulary defining, all-star terms like "derp."


DERP derp derp.

/Sorry, couldn't help myself.
 
 
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