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2012-11-02 08:13:36 AM
I thought it was going to be abrasive elders in hover rounds.
 
2012-11-02 08:19:05 AM
Subby sounds infromed.
 
2012-11-02 08:27:36 AM
Riiiiight
 
2012-11-02 08:33:29 AM
OK that's a pretty good headline.
 
2012-11-02 08:33:47 AM
Nice!
 
vpb [TotalFark]
2012-11-02 08:47:29 AM
Oh no, government workers running the elections? Isn't that against the Constitution?
 
2012-11-02 09:06:24 AM
MARTIAL LAW! End times!

Study it out!

/Personally, I'm going to be amazed if there isn't at least one shooting at a polling place on election day. We have people who carry guns and still fear Communists in this country.
 
2012-11-02 09:12:49 AM
www.aljazeera.com
 
2012-11-02 10:50:21 AM
Hold on -- I thought all LIEbruls were anti-gun. What did I miss?
 
2012-11-02 11:01:28 AM

TwistedIvory: Hold on -- I thought all LIEbruls were anti-gun. What did I miss?


We're only anti-gun until we need them to enforce our socialist oppression.
 
2012-11-02 11:10:08 AM
I'm voting Kruschev...if I know what's good for me.
 
2012-11-02 11:12:58 AM
Fox News something something derp
 
2012-11-02 11:13:54 AM

TwistedIvory: Hold on -- I thought all LIEbruls were anti-gun. What did I miss?


Apparently, the culling that killed off all the smart conservatives...
 
2012-11-02 11:14:14 AM

TwistedIvory: Hold on -- I thought all LIEbruls were anti-gun. What did I miss?


Antigun for citizens. Progun when it comes to authoritarian governments.
 
2012-11-02 11:14:18 AM
You know who else let the military control the polling stations, right?

Seriously, I don't know, please tell me.
 
2012-11-02 11:14:37 AM
Wtf is up with the poll? almost 60% are saying the federal response to Sandy wasn't adequate? When Christie thinks Obama is doing a decent job you know he couldn't have farked it up too bad.
 
2012-11-02 11:14:44 AM
I like your style, Subby.
Keep subbing things.
 
2012-11-02 11:14:45 AM
i.imgur.com
 
2012-11-02 11:16:14 AM
Gov. Chris Christie said that in areas without electricity, voting would again be "old school."

"You walk up, get a paper ballot, fill it out and hand it back in," he said.


2.bp.blogspot.com
 
2012-11-02 11:16:44 AM
www.snopes.com
 
2012-11-02 11:17:01 AM

Vodka Zombie: MARTIAL LAW! End times!

Study it out!

/Personally, I'm going to be amazed if there isn't at least one shooting at a polling place on election day. We have people who carry guns and still fear Communists in this country.


You don't fear communists? Jesus man, they're like, everywhere!!!!

/red scare, 2014, count on it!
 
2012-11-02 11:17:15 AM
Logistical nightmare is a nightmare.
 
2012-11-02 11:18:10 AM

Carth: Wtf is up with the poll? almost 60% are saying the federal response to Sandy wasn't adequate? When Christie thinks Obama is doing a decent job you know he couldn't have farked it up too bad.


It could be the news agencies finding all of the dumbest of dumb innercity poor folk to interview and have them scream that "they need help now!"

I dont know who I enjoy being interviewed the most. The dumb hold my beer redneck type or the dumb cannot do anything for themselves innercity ethinic folk.
 
2012-11-02 11:19:53 AM
i1.kym-cdn.com

Very nice work, subs.
 
2012-11-02 11:19:59 AM
Stoking the fire for violent retribution when Romney inevitably loses the election.
 
2012-11-02 11:20:24 AM

thurstonxhowell: Gov. Chris Christie said that in areas without electricity, voting would again be "old school."

"You walk up, get a paper ballot, fill it out and hand it back in," he said.

[2.bp.blogspot.com image 400x266]


If old school voting was good enough for the Founding Fathers, peace be upon them, then why isn't it good enough for our poor benighted generation?
 
2012-11-02 11:21:59 AM

Carth: Wtf is up with the poll? almost 60% are saying the federal response to Sandy wasn't adequate? When Christie thinks Obama is doing a decent job you know he couldn't have farked it up too bad.


It's about managing expectations. People expect FEMA to cock things up, with the additional issue of actually being the people receiving the service, rather than doling it out.
 
2012-11-02 11:23:06 AM
Well done, sir. But in no way, shape or form will I be surprised when that actual headline shows up on Faux.
 
2012-11-02 11:23:25 AM
Good headline subby. Got me hook, line, and sinker.
 
2012-11-02 11:25:12 AM

LouDobbsAwaaaay: Stoking the fire for violent retribution when Romney inevitably loses the election.


I certainly hope so. If the hoverround brigade actually rises up they will get wiped out all at once and then we can get on with actually improving the country.
 
2012-11-02 11:27:09 AM
I see what you did there, subby. Nice work.
 
2012-11-02 11:27:10 AM
i.imgur.com
 
2012-11-02 11:28:16 AM

Epoch_Zero: [i1.kym-cdn.com image 420x296]

Very nice work, subs.


Nice pic. I dig it. :-)
 
2012-11-02 11:28:45 AM

Jackson Herring: [i.imgur.com image 366x344]


Did you notice how, even when you post the negative, they're still black? That's some evil shiat.
 
2012-11-02 11:29:50 AM

sprawl15: [i.imgur.com image 490x350]


3.bp.blogspot.com
 
2012-11-02 11:30:54 AM

Carth: Wtf is up with the poll? almost 60% are saying the federal response to Sandy wasn't adequate? When Christie thinks Obama is doing a decent job you know he couldn't have farked it up too bad.


40-60 in an online Fox poll is a huge win for Obama. A full 40% of people who hang out on Fox's website and vote in their polls couldn't bring themselves to say he's doing a bad job.
 
2012-11-02 11:31:10 AM
Alrighty then........another item for the Obama Conspiracy-o-Rama (motherjones.com)
 
2012-11-02 11:31:30 AM
Wake me up when one of them actually prevents somebody from voting.

Don't bother me if it's just conservatives screeching about nothing, like it always is.
 
2012-11-02 11:32:58 AM

Carth: Wtf is up with the poll? almost 60% are saying the federal response to Sandy wasn't adequate? When Christie thinks Obama is doing a decent job you know he couldn't have farked it up too bad.


Fox News.
 
2012-11-02 11:38:02 AM

Carth: Wtf is up with the poll? almost 60% are saying the federal response to Sandy wasn't adequate? When Christie thinks Obama is doing a decent job you know he couldn't have farked it up too bad.


The poll is there so it can be cited by a bunch of derpy bloggers in the days to come. That much is clear. As to whether the numbers are simply false, or are a direct result of Fox news readers doing their patriotic duty to bash the president... you decide!
 
2012-11-02 11:38:11 AM
Yea, i'm pretty sure this election will end up in SCOTUS
 
2012-11-02 11:38:43 AM

Karac: If old school voting was good enough for the Founding Fathers, peace be upon them, then why isn't it good enough for our poor benighted generation?


Back then, the um, well, you know, how you say, um....er, that is, you know, ah....the "socialists" weren't allowed to vote. That's the main problem the Tea-per Tantrum has with today's voting, all the "socialists" freely allowed to vote, even the ones who claim they're poor while having a refrigerator in their apartment.
 
2012-11-02 11:40:17 AM

whidbey: Fox News something something derp


I can tell you didn't read the article. Surprisingly fox news didn't put a negative spin on this. They just reported the fact that DOD was going to help out in the New Jersey election. Subby put spin into his headline.
 
2012-11-02 11:41:54 AM

MindStalker: whidbey: Fox News something something derp

I can tell you didn't read the article. Surprisingly fox news didn't put a negative spin on this. They just reported the fact that DOD was going to help out in the New Jersey election. Subby put spin into his headline.


bot technology isn't that advanced yet. whidbey 2.0 is doing the best he can
 
2012-11-02 11:42:23 AM
I'm laughing my ass off now that I finally clicked the link. Oh my lawd. "Uniformed Obama Employees". GOLD.
 
2012-11-02 11:43:48 AM

MindStalker: whidbey: Fox News something something derp

I can tell you didn't read the article. Surprisingly fox news didn't put a negative spin on this. They just reported the fact that DOD was going to help out in the New Jersey election. Subby put spin into his headline.


It's not uncommon for FOX to put an incendiary headline on a facts only type of article.
 
2012-11-02 11:43:59 AM
Good trolly headline what really sold me was the misspelling of assault.
 
2012-11-02 11:45:53 AM
... except that NJ National Guard servicemembers are Chris Christie employees.
 
2012-11-02 11:47:11 AM
"Uniformed Obama employees"

TROLLOLOLOL!
 
2012-11-02 11:47:12 AM

Carth: Wtf is up with the poll? almost 60% are saying the federal response to Sandy wasn't adequate? When Christie thinks Obama is doing a decent job you know he couldn't have farked it up too bad.


I really thought the "party before country" attitude would cease to exist if something truly bad happened to the country. I was so very wrong.
 
2012-11-02 11:47:13 AM

physt: MindStalker: whidbey: Fox News something something derp

I can tell you didn't read the article. Surprisingly fox news didn't put a negative spin on this. They just reported the fact that DOD was going to help out in the New Jersey election. Subby put spin into his headline.

It's not uncommon for FOX to put an incendiary headline on a facts only type of article.


"New Jersey to deploy military trucks to serve as polling places". Fiery.
 
2012-11-02 11:48:21 AM
It was one Black Panther with a billy club (the other was a certified poll watcher), and the NBPP suspended the Philadelphia chapter because of his actions.

But keep farking that chicken.
 
2012-11-02 11:49:10 AM
Is there any way we can sneak into wherever these trucks are parked and stencil "UN" onto the sides for extra hilarity? Or is that considered cruelty to conspiracy nuts?
 
2012-11-02 11:51:58 AM

gunga galunga: It was one Black Panther with a billy club (the other was a certified poll watcher), and the NBPP suspended the Philadelphia chapter because of his actions.

But keep farking that chicken.


** rtfa **

Hook, line and sinker.
 
2012-11-02 11:52:14 AM

gunga galunga: It was one Black Panther with a billy club (the other was a certified poll watcher), and the NBPP suspended the Philadelphia chapter because of his actions.

But keep farking that chicken.


Not to mention the pesky detail that not a single 'intimidated' voter came forward.
 
2012-11-02 11:52:50 AM

Carth: Wtf is up with the poll? almost 60% are saying the federal response to Sandy wasn't adequate? When Christie thinks Obama is doing a decent job you know he couldn't have farked it up too bad.


There are poor snowflakes on my Facebook page complaining because their power was out for 8 hours. So, there you go. One of them is a trust fund baby and lives in suburbia, these are the types of people complaining the loudest. NPR had an interesting bit on this with input from linemen, and the stories of urban yuppies flipping out are just pathetic.
 
2012-11-02 11:57:10 AM

GreatTikiGod: ... except that NJ National Guard servicemembers are Chris Christie employees.


... except that NJ National Guard servicemembers are Chris Christie employees. 

... except that NJ National Guard servicemembers are Chris Christie employees.
 
2012-11-02 11:58:15 AM

Carth: Wtf is up with the poll? almost 60% are saying the federal response to Sandy wasn't adequate? When Christie thinks Obama is doing a decent job you know he couldn't have farked it up too bad.


It's a Fox News online poll, what the hell do you think is up?

Fartbongo could have taken his bongos to the Jersey shore and personally farted the hurricane back out to sea never to again put so much as one raindrop on US soil, and he'd still be criticized for big government socialist takeover of hurricane prevention and pandering to "urban" people who can't ride out a tiny little "ain't a real hurricane nohow" with nothing but their bootstraps, a roll of duct tape, and a Gadsden flag.
 
2012-11-02 11:58:39 AM

Petey4335: GreatTikiGod: ... except that NJ National Guard servicemembers are Chris Christie employees.

... except that NJ National Guard servicemembers are Chris Christie employees. 

... except that NJ National Guard servicemembers are Chris Christie employees.


Picking apart an obvious troll headline: SERIOUS BUSINESS
 
2012-11-02 11:59:19 AM

Petey4335: GreatTikiGod: ... except that NJ National Guard servicemembers are Chris Christie employees.

... except that NJ National Guard servicemembers are Chris Christie employees. 

... except that NJ National Guard servicemembers are Chris Christie employees.


Yeah, well, now that he's shown us his true colors we know he's an Obammunist RINO. So...same difference.
 
2012-11-02 12:02:25 PM
Ahhh, Fox, you never cease to amaze me.
 
2012-11-02 12:03:12 PM
This is leadership? Regular guy to follow?
 
2012-11-02 12:03:41 PM

theknuckler_33: gunga galunga: It was one Black Panther with a billy club (the other was a certified poll watcher), and the NBPP suspended the Philadelphia chapter because of his actions.

But keep farking that chicken.

Not to mention the pesky detail that not a single 'intimidated' voter came forward.


can we just stop this? That sort of shiat is unacceptable regardless of who does it where. It's over. It is not defensible but it is no longer a story. Can we at least say that people in the uniforms of a hate group should not be outside of polling places regardless of the demographics of the neighborhood? Is that too much to ask without caveats of whether someone reported being intimidated?

FFS people - the jackholes who still bring this shiat up are jackholes because it was a relatively minor story that happened years ago. Tell them that. Don't farking defend the indefensible though
 
2012-11-02 12:04:17 PM
Subby is forgetting, however: nobody who watches Fox knews actually knows about Chris Christie and Obama. Fox news desperately covered Benghazi rumors during the whole time their hero turned traitor; as far as the viewers know, Christie is still their conservative idol.

That also answers:

Carth: Wtf is up with the poll? almost 60% are saying the federal response to Sandy wasn't adequate?


Given the lack of coverage, I'm surprised a lot of Fox viewers even know there was a hurricane. This article, complete with photo, is a stunning admission that something happened earlier this week.
 
2012-11-02 12:04:59 PM

Petey4335: GreatTikiGod: ... except that NJ National Guard servicemembers are Chris Christie employees.

... except that NJ National Guard servicemembers are Chris Christie employees. 

... except that NJ National Guard servicemembers are Chris Christie employees.


Hmmmm... Wasnt that changed with the passing of the Warner Act in 2007....then ammended in 08?
 
2012-11-02 12:05:23 PM
I wouldn't be surprised that those over at the FreeRepublic are up in arms about this.
 
2012-11-02 12:07:48 PM

Giltric: Petey4335: GreatTikiGod: ... except that NJ National Guard servicemembers are Chris Christie employees.

... except that NJ National Guard servicemembers are Chris Christie employees. 

... except that NJ National Guard servicemembers are Chris Christie employees.

Hmmmm... Wasnt that changed with the passing of the Warner Act in 2007....then ammended in 08?


Not entirely... national guard forces can be federalized without authorization of a state's governor under the Warner Act, but that's a whole different set or orders/bureaucratic nightmares. When un-federalized, the state's governor is still Commander in Chief of the guard.
 
2012-11-02 12:12:24 PM

dennysgod: I wouldn't be surprised that those over at the FreeRepublic are up in arms about this.


Didnt release 20 years of tax returns levels of up in arms or posted a video on youtube violating probation type levels of up in arms.....i need something to compare it to.....
 
2012-11-02 12:16:09 PM

Cythraul: TwistedIvory: Hold on -- I thought all LIEbruls were anti-gun. What did I miss?

We're only anti-gun until we need them to enforce our socialist oppression.


See, that is why Mitt Romney, Ronald Reagan etc, cracked down on them so much. Evil liberals using their guns to oppress the votes.
 
2012-11-02 12:30:25 PM

LouDobbsAwaaaay: Stoking the fire for violent retribution when Romney inevitably loses the election.


What's that you say Mr. Moore?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tGuInmUAL4c
 
2012-11-02 12:30:59 PM

henryhill: Yea, i'm pretty sure this election will end up in SCOTUS


Since the fringe right has been beating the drum for "make sure you exercise your 2nd amendment rights" I hope that's the worst that happens.

Without a doubt lawyers are already preparing boilerplate complaints about voter fraud and intimidation.
 
2012-11-02 12:32:43 PM

skullkrusher: theknuckler_33: gunga galunga: It was one Black Panther with a billy club (the other was a certified poll watcher), and the NBPP suspended the Philadelphia chapter because of his actions.

But keep farking that chicken.

Not to mention the pesky detail that not a single 'intimidated' voter came forward.

can we just stop this? That sort of shiat is unacceptable regardless of who does it where. It's over. It is not defensible but it is no longer a story. Can we at least say that people in the uniforms of a hate group should not be outside of polling places regardless of the demographics of the neighborhood? Is that too much to ask without caveats of whether someone reported being intimidated?

FFS people - the jackholes who still bring this shiat up are jackholes because it was a relatively minor story that happened years ago. Tell them that. Don't farking defend the indefensible though


Take it easy. There's a difference between defending the NBPP being there vs. pointing out that it is not the smoking gun of dirty liberal election tactics some conservatrolls make it out to be. I was doing the latter.
 
2012-11-02 12:34:19 PM
Break out thos Free Speech Units!
24.media.tumblr.com 

/Original
//The Cobra Photoshop is really a BlackWater Logo.
 
2012-11-02 12:42:58 PM

Diogenes: [www.aljazeera.com image 425x283]


Updated to reflect the New American Oppressed:

i46.tinypic.com 

/won't anyone think of the billionaires?
 
2012-11-02 12:48:25 PM
congrats Subby.... nice one!
 
2012-11-02 01:03:26 PM

physt: MindStalker: whidbey: Fox News something something derp

I can tell you didn't read the article. Surprisingly fox news didn't put a negative spin on this. They just reported the fact that DOD was going to help out in the New Jersey election. Subby put spin into his headline.

It's not uncommon for FOX to put an incendiary headline on a facts only type of article.


LOL Fox "facts only article." You a funny man, Mr. Mindstalker.
 
2012-11-02 01:09:33 PM

sprawl15: [i.imgur.com image 490x350]


Pretty good, but needs more "Lootie" to win my undying devotion.
 
2012-11-02 01:20:24 PM

skullkrusher: theknuckler_33: gunga galunga: It was one Black Panther with a billy club (the other was a certified poll watcher), and the NBPP suspended the Philadelphia chapter because of his actions.

But keep farking that chicken.

Not to mention the pesky detail that not a single 'intimidated' voter came forward.

can we just stop this? That sort of shiat is unacceptable regardless of who does it where. It's over. It is not defensible but it is no longer a story. Can we at least say that people in the uniforms of a hate group should not be outside of polling places regardless of the demographics of the neighborhood? Is that too much to ask without caveats of whether someone reported being intimidated?

FFS people - the jackholes who still bring this shiat up are jackholes because it was a relatively minor story that happened years ago. Tell them that. Don't farking defend the indefensible though


This.
 
2012-11-02 01:25:07 PM

iaazathot: Carth: Wtf is up with the poll? almost 60% are saying the federal response to Sandy wasn't adequate? When Christie thinks Obama is doing a decent job you know he couldn't have farked it up too bad.

There are poor snowflakes on my Facebook page complaining because their power was out for 8 hours. So, there you go. One of them is a trust fund baby and lives in suburbia, these are the types of people complaining the loudest. NPR had an interesting bit on this with input from linemen, and the stories of urban yuppies flipping out are just pathetic.


I did like that comment from the lineman: Country folk are used to losing power, so they're nice when they see us come out to fix it, and offer us coffee made on their wood stove. City folk aren't used to not having power, so they're frustrated and scared and can take it out on us.
 
2012-11-02 01:28:25 PM

Petey4335: GreatTikiGod: ... except that NJ National Guard servicemembers are Chris Christie employees.

... except that NJ National Guard servicemembers are Chris Christie employees. 

... except that NJ National Guard servicemembers are Chris Christie employees.


How DEEP does this madness go?????

How... deep?
 
2012-11-02 01:29:17 PM

Skirl Hutsenreiter: iaazathot: Carth: Wtf is up with the poll? almost 60% are saying the federal response to Sandy wasn't adequate? When Christie thinks Obama is doing a decent job you know he couldn't have farked it up too bad.

There are poor snowflakes on my Facebook page complaining because their power was out for 8 hours. So, there you go. One of them is a trust fund baby and lives in suburbia, these are the types of people complaining the loudest. NPR had an interesting bit on this with input from linemen, and the stories of urban yuppies flipping out are just pathetic.

I did like that comment from the lineman: Country folk are used to losing power, so they're nice when they see us come out to fix it, and offer us coffee made on their wood stove. City folk aren't used to not having power, so they're frustrated and scared and can take it out on us.


The next day there was a piece where a reporter went to check on a friend's aunt who'd lost phone and power. She was on the eighth floor, and the reporter ran into people going down the stairs in the pitch dark because they didn't own a single flashlight. I couldn't believe there are adults in this world who don't own at least one dinky flashlight, but I acknowledge that if I was one of those people, losing power would be significantly scarier.

\Of course, I also couldn't believe there are people who don't at least have two days worth of food at home.
 
2012-11-02 01:41:02 PM
macromeme.com
 
2012-11-02 01:50:18 PM
Ok. Don't vote if you think Obama is going to force you to vote for him.

/problem solved.
 
2012-11-02 01:53:43 PM

MindStalker: whidbey: Fox News something something derp

I can tell you didn't read the article. Surprisingly fox news didn't put a negative spin on this. They just reported the fact that DOD was going to help out in the New Jersey election. Subby put spin into his headline.


Oh snap!
 
2012-11-02 02:07:27 PM

Skirl Hutsenreiter: iaazathot: Carth: Wtf is up with the poll? almost 60% are saying the federal response to Sandy wasn't adequate? When Christie thinks Obama is doing a decent job you know he couldn't have farked it up too bad.

There are poor snowflakes on my Facebook page complaining because their power was out for 8 hours. So, there you go. One of them is a trust fund baby and lives in suburbia, these are the types of people complaining the loudest. NPR had an interesting bit on this with input from linemen, and the stories of urban yuppies flipping out are just pathetic.

I did like that comment from the lineman: Country folk are used to losing power, so they're nice when they see us come out to fix it, and offer us coffee made on their wood stove. City folk aren't used to not having power, so they're frustrated and scared and can take it out on us.


I have a very "green"-type friend in Cleveland who rhapsodizes endlessly about "going off the grid" with sustainable this and carbon-footprint that. She's now been without power since Sandy's winds rolled through, and now all she does is biatch constantly about how not having electricity sucks, and how farking cold it is in her very old and drafty Victorian house in a shiatty neighborhood where her neighbors don't even knock on her door unless they're checking to make sure she's not home when they come in to steal stuff.

I probably shouldn't, but I LOL'd
 
2012-11-02 02:19:46 PM

Vodka Zombie: Subby sounds infromed.


I think subby was joking. If I've learned anything from Fark, it's that we're all supposed to figure out sarcasm on our own. It's never the poster's fault for not having the skills to write sarcastic statements while still leaving a clue that they ARE sarcasm, it's our faults for not automatically 'getting' the joke.

OTOH, how long until some place like Brietbart really does turn this into a massive conspiracy on the part of the Obama administration?
 
2012-11-02 02:20:42 PM

DaddyRat: Skirl Hutsenreiter: iaazathot: Carth: Wtf is up with the poll? almost 60% are saying the federal response to Sandy wasn't adequate? When Christie thinks Obama is doing a decent job you know he couldn't have farked it up too bad.

There are poor snowflakes on my Facebook page complaining because their power was out for 8 hours. So, there you go. One of them is a trust fund baby and lives in suburbia, these are the types of people complaining the loudest. NPR had an interesting bit on this with input from linemen, and the stories of urban yuppies flipping out are just pathetic.

I did like that comment from the lineman: Country folk are used to losing power, so they're nice when they see us come out to fix it, and offer us coffee made on their wood stove. City folk aren't used to not having power, so they're frustrated and scared and can take it out on us.

I have a very "green"-type friend in Cleveland who rhapsodizes endlessly about "going off the grid" with sustainable this and carbon-footprint that. She's now been without power since Sandy's winds rolled through, and now all she does is biatch constantly about how not having electricity sucks, and how farking cold it is in her very old and drafty Victorian house in a shiatty neighborhood where her neighbors don't even knock on her door unless they're checking to make sure she's not home when they come in to steal stuff.

I probably shouldn't, but I LOL'd


You should remind her that reducing energy consumption through insulation and sealing is by far the most cost effective way to reduce your carbon footprint. But it doesn't give you the smug factor of buying wind credits or installing solar.

\We had solar at our last house, but it was already well insulated.
 
2012-11-02 02:23:45 PM

Carth: Wtf is up with the poll? almost 60% are saying the federal response to Sandy wasn't adequate? When Christie thinks Obama is doing a decent job you know he couldn't have farked it up too bad.


Yeah, I was wondering this myself. I haven't heard a single Katrina-type story of people languishing in sewer water while politicians were yukking it up in front of the cameras. Really, this is over and in the bag, where there were still people on the news begging for help at this point with Katrina. Hell, the really annoying part is all of the people on the Right claiming that Obama moved 'too fast' on this. It's a 'damned if you do, damned if you don't' situation, no matter how you slice it. Why the fark woud you want to be President, anyway?

/Yes I KNOW this isn't 'in the bag', but the Weeners is over, and it's cleanup time. That was what I mean by 'in the bag', the Weeners has been handled, and it's time to move to cleanup. I think the feds did a great job.
 
2012-11-02 02:28:41 PM

Mikey1969: the Weeners has been handled


lol
 
2012-11-02 02:30:53 PM
For those precincts that were already going to use paper ballots, and managed to save them from the flooding, I guess the military is just co-ordinating with the folks who would are already running the election. But for those precincts that were intending to use electronic machines, or who lost their supply of ballots in the hurricane, how the heck are they going to get correctly printed ballots by Tuesday, with or without military help? Voters aren't going to be writing out their ballot by hand on blank paper, are they? Clusterfarkasaurus Rex!

And shouldn't it be the state's own National Guard, not the Department of Defense, helping out in a situation like this?
 
2012-11-02 02:31:16 PM

Mikey1969: Yes I KNOW this isn't 'in the bag', but the Weeners is over, and it's cleanup time. That was what I mean by 'in the bag', the Weeners has been handled, and it's time to move to cleanup.


i2.kym-cdn.com
 
2012-11-02 02:39:07 PM

Skirl Hutsenreiter: You should remind her that reducing energy consumption through insulation and sealing is by far the most cost effective way to reduce your carbon footprint. But it doesn't give you the smug factor of buying wind credits or installing solar.


Bull pucky. A well insulated house still uses electricity for lighting, computers, washing machine (few people are so green as to go back to washboards and tubs), microwave, and maybe even oven and stove (not everyone is on natural gas), for which you can buy your power from wind. Solar panels can be used for hot water even if the house needed no heating at all, and even hyper-insulated houses need to be able to handle, say, a day on which the door got opened a lot.
 
2012-11-02 02:39:51 PM

thurstonxhowell: Mikey1969: the Weeners has been handled

lol


WTF did I type that got filtered? This is hilarious, but the filter is just stupid. I don't think I typed the word '1st', maybe '1st part', but either way, even though it's funny as Hell the way this worked out, it's pretty annoying to even have to filter out non curse-words. They are filtering words needed to actually construct a working sentence, at least people have a valid argument about cussing, although I pride myself on talking like a sailor at times.

Let's try it: First. I want to see if that its the word it filtered.
 
2012-11-02 02:49:37 PM
Don't forget to dip their thumbs in the ink after they've voted.
 
2012-11-02 02:50:17 PM

pciszek: Skirl Hutsenreiter: You should remind her that reducing energy consumption through insulation and sealing is by far the most cost effective way to reduce your carbon footprint. But it doesn't give you the smug factor of buying wind credits or installing solar.

Bull pucky. A well insulated house still uses electricity for lighting, computers, washing machine (few people are so green as to go back to washboards and tubs), microwave, and maybe even oven and stove (not everyone is on natural gas), for which you can buy your power from wind. Solar panels can be used for hot water even if the house needed no heating at all, and even hyper-insulated houses need to be able to handle, say, a day on which the door got opened a lot.


Actually, the worst is the dryers. But I tend to forget that because I live in the world's best climate for line drying. But I didn't know that going full Amish was in play when I made my statement. Obviously that would generate huge energy savings.
 
2012-11-02 02:51:30 PM

Mikey1969: Let's try it: First. I want to see if that its the word it filtered.


I see the word "First" as well as "1st". I think "first" gets changed to "boobies" anyway. What gets changed to "weeners"? And shouldn't it be "wieners" anyway?
 
2012-11-02 02:54:56 PM

Skirl Hutsenreiter: Actually, the worst is the dryers. But I tend to forget that because I live in the world's best climate for line drying. But I didn't know that going full Amish was in play when I made my statement. Obviously that would generate huge energy savings.


I originally included the dryer, but took it out because seriously green folks put up clotheslines and fight their HOA over it. I don't know what they do when it is rainy, or below freezing. But even an electric dryer can still be run on wind power, you just buy more of it.
 
2012-11-02 02:57:24 PM

pciszek: Mikey1969: Let's try it: First. I want to see if that its the word it filtered.

I see the word "First" as well as "1st". I think "first" gets changed to "boobies" anyway. What gets changed to "weeners"? And shouldn't it be "wieners" anyway?


"first" + "post" = "Boobies"

"first" + "comment" = "Weeners"

And it gets that spelling because that's how it's always been spelled around here. LERN 2 FARK
 
2012-11-02 03:02:08 PM
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2012-11-02 03:16:19 PM

pciszek: Mikey1969: Let's try it: First. I want to see if that its the word it filtered.

I see the word "First" as well as "1st". I think "first" gets changed to "boobies" anyway. What gets changed to "weeners"? And shouldn't it be "wieners" anyway?


Yeah, I can't remember what word I used exactly now. I was talking about. The Weeners, but it screwed up my context so bad that I'm having issues remember what got changed.
 
2012-11-02 03:21:22 PM

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What the hell does an election in Australia have to do with anything?
 
2012-11-02 03:27:03 PM
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2012-11-02 04:21:03 PM

pciszek: Skirl Hutsenreiter: You should remind her that reducing energy consumption through insulation and sealing is by far the most cost effective way to reduce your carbon footprint. But it doesn't give you the smug factor of buying wind credits or installing solar.

Bull pucky. A well insulated house still uses electricity for lighting, computers, washing machine (few people are so green as to go back to washboards and tubs), microwave, and maybe even oven and stove (not everyone is on natural gas), for which you can buy your power from wind. Solar panels can be used for hot water even if the house needed no heating at all, and even hyper-insulated houses need to be able to handle, say, a day on which the door got opened a lot.


...you missed the part where the post to which you responded was about reducing energy consumption, not eliminating it entirely, right?
 
2012-11-02 04:24:38 PM

that bosnian sniper: pciszek: Skirl Hutsenreiter: You should remind her that reducing energy consumption through insulation and sealing is by far the most cost effective way to reduce your carbon footprint. But it doesn't give you the smug factor of buying wind credits or installing solar.

Bull pucky. A well insulated house still uses electricity for lighting, computers, washing machine (few people are so green as to go back to washboards and tubs), microwave, and maybe even oven and stove (not everyone is on natural gas), for which you can buy your power from wind. Solar panels can be used for hot water even if the house needed no heating at all, and even hyper-insulated houses need to be able to handle, say, a day on which the door got opened a lot.

...you missed the part where the post to which you responded was about reducing energy consumption, not eliminating it entirely, right?


Um, the statement was made that insulating and sealing her house would deny her the smug factor of buying wind credits or installing solar, and I pointed out that there would still be plenty of opportunity for both even with a hyperinsulated home. Clear?
 
2012-11-02 04:55:19 PM

pciszek: Um, the statement was made that insulating and sealing her house would deny her the smug factor of buying wind credits or installing solar, and I pointed out that there would still be plenty of opportunity for both even with a hyperinsulated home. Clear?


That's a fairly obvious statement to make. The assumption from the beginning wasn't the choice was exclusive, but rather the person was simply unwise or impractical from the onset.
 
2012-11-02 08:28:53 PM

dennysgod: I wouldn't be surprised that those over at the FreeRepublic are up in arms about this.


If they had a sense of humor, maybe. But they're still fixated on Benghazi.
 
2012-11-02 09:54:48 PM

theknuckler_33: gunga galunga: It was one Black Panther with a billy club (the other was a certified poll watcher), and the NBPP suspended the Philadelphia chapter because of his actions.

But keep farking that chicken.

Not to mention the pesky detail that not a single 'intimidated' voter came forward.


Well, of course they didn't come forward. They were too intimidated.

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