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2013-01-21 07:08:01 PM  
subby's in on the conspiracy too. Why would he use a non-trustworthy product like this "gimp" thing instead of Adobe Photoshop?
 
2013-01-21 07:37:10 PM  
They were only there to see the Decemberists.
 
2013-01-21 07:39:02 PM  
Tomorrow on FOX News: "Only 100 loyalists were present at Comrade Obama's inauguration"
 
2013-01-21 07:46:23 PM  
FoxNews: There was only 20 people present at black mans inauguration, inside the White House and there never ever was anything outside on the most depressing holiday of the year.
 
2013-01-21 07:46:48 PM  
Looks legit.

news.fanfeedr.com
 
2013-01-21 07:54:37 PM  
ANTS!! ANTS!!!! STEP ON THEM!!
 
2013-01-21 08:04:34 PM  
Wonder how it compares to 2009 (warning: 4.3 mb image)
 
2013-01-21 08:18:59 PM  
HAHA  onley three of them misssed there work HAHAHA  stupidlibs!!1!
 
2013-01-21 08:47:08 PM  
static.tvguide.com

It's a Great Day for America, everybody!
 
2013-01-21 09:02:35 PM  
They were just there to get their Obamaphones
 
2013-01-21 09:10:51 PM  
I was going to go the inaugural since I lived in DC and I thought the kids should see democracy in action. Not a big fan of Obama, but not a fan of the republiktard party either, so why not.

Then I saw the list of what was not permitted:


This is a list of what you can't bring to the inauguration:

• Aerosol sprays

• Air horns

• Alcoholic beverages

• Animals (other than service animals)

• Backpacks

• Coolers

• Duffel bags

• Explosives of any kind (including fireworks)

• Firearms and ammunition (either real or simulated)

• Glass containers

• Knives, blades or sharp objects (of any length)

• Large bags

• Laser pointers

• Mace and/or pepper spray

• Packages

• Pocket or hand tools

• Portable chairs (other than those for disabled persons)

• Posters

• Signs

• Sticks or poles

• Strollers

• Suitcases

• Thermoses

• Umbrellas

• Other items that may pose a threat to the security of the event as determined by and at the discretion of the security screener.

So rather than have the kidlings see what 1984 looks like I decided to bail on the whole noise. This list shows either paranoia, abject cowardice, or a police state the making. You have to have the mentality before you create a Big Brother world. If you can't be reasonably free when you go to see a president take the oath, then when can you be?

/ Umbrellas
// Strollers
/// Sticks
////Are all deadly weapons, citizen. Your papers, please?

// This would be amusing if it wasn't really happening.
 
2013-01-21 09:48:17 PM  

enemy of the state: I was going to go the inaugural since I lived in DC and I thought the kids should see democracy in action. Not a big fan of Obama, but not a fan of the republiktard party either, so why not.

Then I saw the list of what was not permitted:


This is a list of what you can't bring to the inauguration:

• Aerosol sprays

• Air horns

• Alcoholic beverages

• Animals (other than service animals)

• Backpacks

• Coolers

• Duffel bags

• Explosives of any kind (including fireworks)

• Firearms and ammunition (either real or simulated)

• Glass containers

• Knives, blades or sharp objects (of any length)

• Large bags

• Laser pointers

• Mace and/or pepper spray

• Packages

• Pocket or hand tools

• Portable chairs (other than those for disabled persons)

• Posters

• Signs

• Sticks or poles

• Strollers

• Suitcases

• Thermoses

• Umbrellas

• Other items that may pose a threat to the security of the event as determined by and at the discretion of the security screener.

So rather than have the kidlings see what 1984 looks like I decided to bail on the whole noise. This list shows either paranoia, abject cowardice, or a police state the making. You have to have the mentality before you create a Big Brother world. If you can't be reasonably free when you go to see a president take the oath, then when can you be?

/ Umbrellas
// Strollers
/// Sticks
////Are all deadly weapons, citizen. Your papers, please?

// This would be amusing if it wasn't really happening.


I am sure the thousands who braved the cold and the restrictions truly missed you and your crotchfruit.
 
2013-01-21 09:54:28 PM  
GIMP's sleepin'.
 
2013-01-21 10:43:41 PM  
Looks like you lost all your LA privileges.
 
2013-01-21 11:03:31 PM  
I was really looking forward to Gimp's single window mode feature.

Then they released it. Now instead of a window mode that barely works, they have two window modes that barely work. Hmm, why did I want this again?

/long time Gimp user
 
2013-01-21 11:04:40 PM  
Also, sorry about threadjacking with my complaints. But people are more likely to listen on Fark than on Gnome's bugzilla.
 
2013-01-21 11:09:12 PM  

enemy of the state:
/ Umbrellas
// Strollers
/// Sticks
////Are all deadly weapons, citizen. Your papers, please?

// This would be amusing if it wasn't really happening.


It was going to be standing room only. They didn't want some asshat with a giant umbrella blocking the view for twenty people behind him. Same thing with strollers. When you get that many people in one place, you want to do everything you can to minimize congestion.
 
2013-01-22 02:53:54 AM  

enemy of the state: So rather than have the kidlings see what 1984 looks like I decided to bail on the whole noise.


Restrictions that are the same as any concert venue, sporting event, or other venue with a large, densely-packed crowd are a sure sign of Obama's boot stomping on your face forever.

We are not truly free until we can set off an M80 in the middle of a packed crowd during the inauguration speech.
 
2013-01-22 03:15:11 AM  
img703.imageshack.us
 
2013-01-22 03:26:56 AM  

StrangeQ: enemy of the state:
/ Umbrellas
// Strollers
/// Sticks
////Are all deadly weapons, citizen. Your papers, please?

// This would be amusing if it wasn't really happening.

It was going to be standing room only. They didn't want some asshat with a giant umbrella blocking the view for twenty people behind him. Same thing with strollers. When you get that many people in one place, you want to do everything you can to minimize congestion.


Yeah, it's about being polite to the guy/gal standing next you. The fact that the OP here thinks this is "Big Brother" just goes to show what a self righteous/self centered jackass he is.
 
2013-01-22 04:09:36 AM  

nmemkha: enemy of the state: I was going to go the inaugural since I lived in DC and I thought the kids should see democracy in action. Not a big fan of Obama, but not a fan of the republiktard party either, so why not.

Then I saw the list of what was not permitted:


This is a list of what you can't bring to the inauguration:

• Aerosol sprays

• Air horns

• Alcoholic beverages

• Animals (other than service animals)

• Backpacks

• Coolers

• Duffel bags

• Explosives of any kind (including fireworks)

• Firearms and ammunition (either real or simulated)

• Glass containers

• Knives, blades or sharp objects (of any length)

• Large bags

• Laser pointers

• Mace and/or pepper spray

• Packages

• Pocket or hand tools

• Portable chairs (other than those for disabled persons)

• Posters

• Signs

• Sticks or poles

• Strollers

• Suitcases

• Thermoses

• Umbrellas

• Other items that may pose a threat to the security of the event as determined by and at the discretion of the security screener.

So rather than have the kidlings see what 1984 looks like I decided to bail on the whole noise. This list shows either paranoia, abject cowardice, or a police state the making. You have to have the mentality before you create a Big Brother world. If you can't be reasonably free when you go to see a president take the oath, then when can you be?

/ Umbrellas
// Strollers
/// Sticks
////Are all deadly weapons, citizen. Your papers, please?

// This would be amusing if it wasn't really happening.

I am sure the thousands who braved the cold and the restrictions truly missed you and your crotchfruit.


I'm sure they were...

Umbrellas, sticks and strollers all have (or could conceal) metal tubes. You do know what the most important part of a firearm is (besides projectile and propellant), right?
 
2013-01-22 04:18:49 AM  

Feral_and_Preposterous: nmemkha: enemy of the state: I was going to go the inaugural since I lived in DC and I thought the kids should see democracy in action. Not a big fan of Obama, but not a fan of the republiktard party either, so why not.

Then I saw the list of what was not permitted:


This is a list of what you can't bring to the inauguration:

• Aerosol sprays

• Air horns

• Alcoholic beverages

• Animals (other than service animals)

• Backpacks

• Coolers

• Duffel bags

• Explosives of any kind (including fireworks)

• Firearms and ammunition (either real or simulated)

• Glass containers

• Knives, blades or sharp objects (of any length)

• Large bags

• Laser pointers

• Mace and/or pepper spray

• Packages

• Pocket or hand tools

• Portable chairs (other than those for disabled persons)

• Posters

• Signs

• Sticks or poles

• Strollers

• Suitcases

• Thermoses

• Umbrellas

• Other items that may pose a threat to the security of the event as determined by and at the discretion of the security screener.

So rather than have the kidlings see what 1984 looks like I decided to bail on the whole noise. This list shows either paranoia, abject cowardice, or a police state the making. You have to have the mentality before you create a Big Brother world. If you can't be reasonably free when you go to see a president take the oath, then when can you be?

/ Umbrellas
// Strollers
/// Sticks
////Are all deadly weapons, citizen. Your papers, please?

// This would be amusing if it wasn't really happening.

I am sure the thousands who braved the cold and the restrictions truly missed you and your crotchfruit.

I'm sure they were...

Umbrellas, sticks and strollers all have (or could conceal) metal tubes. You do know what the most important part of a firearm is (besides projectile and propellant), right?


OPEN YOUR EYES, SHEEPLE! THIS IS THE BEGINNING OF UN'S PROJECT 42 OPERATION BIG BROTHER
 
2013-01-22 05:20:57 AM  

enemy of the state: Then I saw the list of what was not permitted:


Hate to break it to you, but that was only for the ticketed areas, basically anything closer than the capital reflecting pool, which you had to go through security for. The rest of it, you could just walk right in. Walking out was a challenge though.

\I was about even with the east end of Air & Space, middle of the mall.
 
2013-01-22 08:23:15 AM  

enemy of the state: I was going to go the inaugural since I lived in DC and I thought the kids should see democracy in action. Not a big fan of Obama, but not a fan of the republiktard party either, so why not.

Then I saw the list of what was not permitted:


This is a list of what you can't bring to the inauguration:

• Aerosol sprays

• Air horns

• Alcoholic beverages

• Animals (other than service animals)

• Backpacks

• Coolers

• Duffel bags

• Explosives of any kind (including fireworks)

• Firearms and ammunition (either real or simulated)

• Glass containers

• Knives, blades or sharp objects (of any length)

• Large bags

• Laser pointers

• Mace and/or pepper spray

• Packages

• Pocket or hand tools

• Portable chairs (other than those for disabled persons)

• Posters

• Signs

• Sticks or poles

• Strollers

• Suitcases

• Thermoses

• Umbrellas

• Other items that may pose a threat to the security of the event as determined by and at the discretion of the security screener.

So rather than have the kidlings see what 1984 looks like I decided to bail on the whole noise. This list shows either paranoia, abject cowardice, or a police state the making. You have to have the mentality before you create a Big Brother world. If you can't be reasonably free when you go to see a president take the oath, then when can you be?

/ Umbrellas
// Strollers
/// Sticks
////Are all deadly weapons, citizen. Your papers, please?

// This would be amusing if it wasn't really happening.


You poor, poor retarded man.
 
2013-01-22 08:41:54 AM  

enemy of the state: So rather than have the kidlings see what 1984 looks like I decided to bail on the whole noise.


this might be the saddest post I've read all week
 
2013-01-22 09:34:52 AM  

enemy of the state: • Umbrellas


You realize that some spy got killed by a poisoned umbrella, right? Not to mention the whole metal tube gun thing. This is the PotUS, not some indie band concert. The SS takes assassination prevention VERY SERIOUSLY!
 
2013-01-22 11:02:25 AM  

Shakin_Haitian: enemy of the state: I was going to go the inaugural since I lived in DC and I thought the kids should see democracy in action. Not a big fan of Obama, but not a fan of the republiktard party either, so why not.

Then I saw the list of what was not permitted:


This is a list of what you can't bring to the inauguration:

• Aerosol sprays

• Air horns

• Alcoholic beverages

• Animals (other than service animals)

• Backpacks

• Coolers

• Duffel bags

• Explosives of any kind (including fireworks)

• Firearms and ammunition (either real or simulated)

• Glass containers

• Knives, blades or sharp objects (of any length)

• Large bags

• Laser pointers

• Mace and/or pepper spray

• Packages

• Pocket or hand tools

• Portable chairs (other than those for disabled persons)

• Posters

• Signs

• Sticks or poles

• Strollers

• Suitcases

• Thermoses

• Umbrellas

• Other items that may pose a threat to the security of the event as determined by and at the discretion of the security screener.

So rather than have the kidlings see what 1984 looks like I decided to bail on the whole noise. This list shows either paranoia, abject cowardice, or a police state the making. You have to have the mentality before you create a Big Brother world. If you can't be reasonably free when you go to see a president take the oath, then when can you be?

/ Umbrellas
// Strollers
/// Sticks
////Are all deadly weapons, citizen. Your papers, please?

// This would be amusing if it wasn't really happening.

You poor, poor retarded man.


Oh well, perhaps I did overreact and the local news did have bad information in that supposedly all these items were prohibited on the entire mall, as opposed to just the seats, which of course makes some sense.
 
2013-01-23 08:47:15 AM  

Shakin_Haitian: enemy of the state: I was going to go the inaugural since I lived in DC and I thought the kids should see democracy in action. Not a big fan of Obama, but not a fan of the republiktard party either, so why not.

Then I saw the list of what was not permitted:


This is a list of what you can't bring to the inauguration:

• Aerosol sprays

• Air horns

• Alcoholic beverages

• Animals (other than service animals)

• Backpacks

• Coolers

• Duffel bags

• Explosives of any kind (including fireworks)

• Firearms and ammunition (either real or simulated)

• Glass containers

• Knives, blades or sharp objects (of any length)

• Large bags

• Laser pointers

• Mace and/or pepper spray

• Packages

• Pocket or hand tools

• Portable chairs (other than those for disabled persons)

• Posters

• Signs

• Sticks or poles

• Strollers

• Suitcases

• Thermoses

• Umbrellas

• Other items that may pose a threat to the security of the event as determined by and at the discretion of the security screener.

So rather than have the kidlings see what 1984 looks like I decided to bail on the whole noise. This list shows either paranoia, abject cowardice, or a police state the making. You have to have the mentality before you create a Big Brother world. If you can't be reasonably free when you go to see a president take the oath, then when can you be?

/ Umbrellas
// Strollers
/// Sticks
////Are all deadly weapons, citizen. Your papers, please?

// This would be amusing if it wasn't really happening.

You poor, poor retarded man.


Fark you.
 
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