Do you have adblock enabled?
If you can read this, either the style sheet didn't load or you have an older browser that doesn't support style sheets. Try clearing your browser cache and refreshing the page.

(ABC News)   Congratulations North Carolina. You're the first state to drop federal unemployment funding. Congratulations unemployed North Carolinians, you're the first to get completely hosed by your own state   (abcnews.go.com ) divider line 115
    More: Dumbass, North Carolina, Delaware, U.S. Labor Department  
•       •       •

2845 clicks; posted to Politics » on 28 Jun 2013 at 10:01 AM (2 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»



115 Comments   (+0 »)
   
View Voting Results: Smartest and Funniest

Archived thread

First | « | 1 | 2 | 3 | » | Last | Show all
 
2013-06-28 11:48:46 AM  

wingnut396: thiefofdreams: At what point do we rebuild the government of the people, by the people, for the people.

Its happening now.  Corporations are people my friend.


I thought of that right after I posted it.

Dammit Citizen United had way more reach than most thought.
 
2013-06-28 11:50:54 AM  

Sliding Carp: meat0918: Do they really, REALLY think that people are sitting on those extended UI benefits instead of looking for work?

Yes.  They do.  Everyone does.  When you really analyze and think about the conversations in Fark threads, it's clear that even Democrats / progressives / liberals believe that too, although they tend to phrase it differently.  Everybody wants to piss on people perceived as weak; it's the American way.


You should not generalize.

I took a job way below my pay grade due to unemployment in the area. I have friends that have been hunting for jobs for months for work.

To be clear, taking a 500 dollar a month cut in unemployment because you left a high paying field to work a 27 hour, no benefits job at walmart/gas station is not an acceptable solution for the problem.

Lets drive all the out of work professionals into dead end clerking jobs. USA #1!!!!
 
2013-06-28 11:54:31 AM  

FarkedOver: Tannhauser: So states competing for business is 'destroying capitalism'?

No, states racing to the bottom and catering to the every whim of business is why capitalism is destroying the country (not destroying capitalism as you stated, though i would love to see capitalism destroyed).


Going to use small sentences so folks won't read anything into my post that's not intended.

What form of government would you prefer to take over?

As for the the article, I'm against what NC did.
 
2013-06-28 11:55:11 AM  

Heraclitus: What is the thought process here?

a. If you dont have a job. go be poor someplace else?
or
b. You will do whatever we say and take whatever we feel like paying you?

The only people that will ever work in your state will be driving across the state line...


I suspect it's "If we make being poor and unemployed as miserable as possible, people will get off their ass and stop being poor and unemployed".

Because it's totally in their control, and not the effect of a terrible economy with high unemployment.
 
2013-06-28 11:55:44 AM  

Zeb Hesselgresser: Esc7: So let me get this straight. The Feds hand over free money . . .

I see why you are confused.


The Feds are loaning the money to the state of NC?
 
2013-06-28 11:58:13 AM  

Lackofname: Heraclitus: What is the thought process here?

a. If you dont have a job. go be poor someplace else?
or
b. You will do whatever we say and take whatever we feel like paying you?

The only people that will ever work in your state will be driving across the state line...

I suspect it's "If we make being poor and unemployed as miserable as possible, people will get off their ass and stop being poor and unemployed".

Because it's totally in their control, and not the effect of a terrible economy with high unemployment.


1. Punish misfortune.
2. Tax cuts for the rich.
3. ????
4. The republican road to prosperity.
 
2013-06-28 11:59:56 AM  

imontheinternet: I would love to hear the phone conversation between an angry, unemployed NC "small gubmint" Republican and the government worker who has to explain to him why his unemployment check didn't come.


Me too.  It would go like this:

GOP Unemployed:  "WHAR Check?"
Government Worker:  "North Carolina residents can no longer receive federal unemployment funds."
GOP Unemployed: "Say what there, fella?  I worked a long time at the Cheetos factory and then they laid me off because of the socialist policies of Obummer. Where's me check?"
Government Worker: "Sir, I have been told that the State Legislature of North Carolina decided to forego federal funding for the unemployed."
GOP Unemployed: "SAY WHAT!?! Now hold on, dem dems did this, didn't they?  I knew those Raleigh commies would screw things up."
Government Worker: "Sir, I am no political science major, but I believe your governor is Republican and legilsature is controlled by Republicans."
GOP Unemployed:  "Yeah, so they're lookin' after our coffers, trying to make sure there aren't any cheaters getting freebies."
Government Worker:  "Sir, while you were carrying on like a buffoon, I checked and there aren't any Cheetos factories in North Carolina.  Care to revise your statement about freeloaders, sir?"
 
2013-06-28 12:02:33 PM  

Tannhauser: What form of government would you prefer to take over?


I'm 100% for a workers state.
 
2013-06-28 12:04:14 PM  

coeyagi: imontheinternet: I would love to hear the phone conversation between an angry, unemployed NC "small gubmint" Republican and the government worker who has to explain to him why his unemployment check didn't come.

Me too.  It would go like this:

GOP Unemployed:  "WHAR Check?"
Government Worker:  "North Carolina residents can no longer receive federal unemployment funds."
GOP Unemployed: "Say what there, fella?  I worked a long time at the Cheetos factory and then they laid me off because of the socialist policies of Obummer. Where's me check?"
Government Worker: "Sir, I have been told that the State Legislature of North Carolina decided to forego federal funding for the unemployed."
GOP Unemployed: "SAY WHAT!?! Now hold on, dem dems did this, didn't they?  I knew those Raleigh commies would screw things up."
Government Worker: "Sir, I am no political science major, but I believe your governor is Republican and legilsature is controlled by Republicans."
GOP Unemployed:  "Yeah, so they're lookin' after our coffers, trying to make sure there aren't any cheaters getting freebies."
Government Worker:  "Sir, while you were carrying on like a buffoon, I checked and there aren't any Cheetos factories in North Carolina.  Care to revise your statement about freeloaders, sir?"


Hahaha.  He'd then tell all his friends and family that one of Obama's socialist agents screwed him out of his check.
 
2013-06-28 12:10:59 PM  

Esc7: Zeb Hesselgresser: Esc7: So let me get this straight. The Feds hand over free money . . .

I see why you are confused.

The Feds are loaning the money to the state of NC?


Yes.  They then increase the FUTA taxes on businesses until it is paid back.
 
2013-06-28 12:12:37 PM  

Tannhauser: FarkedOver: Tannhauser: So states competing for business is 'destroying capitalism'?

No, states racing to the bottom and catering to the every whim of business is why capitalism is destroying the country (not destroying capitalism as you stated, though i would love to see capitalism destroyed).

Going to use small sentences so folks won't read anything into my post that's not intended.

What form of government would you prefer to take over?


Why do you believe 'capitalism' is a form of government?
 
2013-06-28 12:15:40 PM  

Tannhauser: So states competing for business is 'destroying capitalism'?


When states are willing to give businesses anything they want while expecting nothing in return, indeed acting as if businesses are outside of society and not subject to any sort of ethical or moral norms, then yes they are.
 
2013-06-28 12:18:10 PM  

Sliding Carp: Tannhauser: FarkedOver: Tannhauser: So states competing for business is 'destroying capitalism'?

No, states racing to the bottom and catering to the every whim of business is why capitalism is destroying the country (not destroying capitalism as you stated, though i would love to see capitalism destroyed).

Going to use small sentences so folks won't read anything into my post that's not intended.

What form of government would you prefer to take over?

Why do you believe 'capitalism' is a form of government?


From what I have gathered living in the US my whole life capitalism is defined as follows:

Capitalism: The act of defining profits as being more important than human life.

So more a mental disorder than a form of government.
 
2013-06-28 12:20:35 PM  
NC native and resident here. Given that the western and eastern portions of the state voted overwhelmingly GOP the last couple of elections and have the highest rate of unemployment, I could give two shiats if those dumbass biblethumpers have to suffer for their votes. Fark em. Let them starve for all I care.

As to everyone else here, get off your asses in 2014 and kick the bums out. You (we, really) allowed this to happen starting in 2010 when no one bothered to go to the midterms during a farking census year.
 
2013-06-28 12:24:12 PM  
Heads will go well on pikes in NC.
 
2013-06-28 12:38:56 PM  
I moved to NC earlier this month from the 'north' for a job. Work is going well, no worries there. But I am beginning to think that this place is full of backwards little people who wll believe a lot of the things they hear.
 
2013-06-28 12:45:26 PM  

King Something: Xythero: So people can't make their mortgage payments and get forclosed.  Which makes the economy worse.  Which causes more unemployment.  I'm not sure the NC legislature followed the domino trail far enough.

The first domino is "hurt poor people." They're Republicans, they don't care about the rest of the domino trail.



Nah. The first domino is "I've got mine so fark everyone else." Then comes tax cuts for the rich. Then comes deregulation of all the things. THEN comes hurt poor people.
 
2013-06-28 12:47:24 PM  
Every life is precious, while in the womb. Once you get squirted out, Republicans don't really give a shiat whether you live or die.
 
2013-06-28 12:49:04 PM  

Tannhauser: So states competing for business is 'destroying capitalism'?


LMMFAO. You actually are trying to claim states "competing" for business is captialism.

That's funny shiat. Thanks for the laugh.
 
2013-06-28 12:51:45 PM  

ole prophet: ole prophet: Ship they to NYC or California.

Them not they.


No way.  They can send us they, but we don't want them.
 
2013-06-28 12:56:16 PM  
Don't they realize this hurts businesses too?   People who receive unemployment don't typically just stash in under a mattress.  They buy things with it.  In fact, they probably spend every penny of it.

$70 billion fewer dollars in unemployment benefits is $70 billion dollars less into the local economy.
 
2013-06-28 01:07:16 PM  

meat0918: Fast forward a few months, and the likely questions coming from NC will be "Why is our state economy not doing better"


My experience with WI is that conservatives deal with it in two ways:
1 - Pretend the economy is fine
2 - Blame liberals

Usually at the same time.  WI has plummeted in economic growth ranking, and the GOP have been pushing plans (1) and (2) pretty heavily.  The governor has abandoned all traditional economic indicators for his "whatever I say" method, and when anyone brings up the  real indicators they just blame unions and protesters.  Yes, that's right: protesters are apparently in a covert conspiracy to bring down the state economy with ... well, they never get that far.  But it's their fault!  And it's also not a problem, because the Walker just pointed out that the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel just reported that Walker just said everything is fine, so it's fine!  Just shut up already!  Liberals!
 
2013-06-28 01:08:55 PM  

imontheinternet: coeyagi: imontheinternet: I would love to hear the phone conversation between an angry, unemployed NC "small gubmint" Republican and the government worker who has to explain to him why his unemployment check didn't come.

Me too.  It would go like this:

GOP Unemployed:  "WHAR Check?"
Government Worker:  "North Carolina residents can no longer receive federal unemployment funds."
GOP Unemployed: "Say what there, fella?  I worked a long time at the Cheetos factory and then they laid me off because of the socialist policies of Obummer. Where's me check?"
Government Worker: "Sir, I have been told that the State Legislature of North Carolina decided to forego federal funding for the unemployed."
GOP Unemployed: "SAY WHAT!?! Now hold on, dem dems did this, didn't they?  I knew those Raleigh commies would screw things up."
Government Worker: "Sir, I am no political science major, but I believe your governor is Republican and legilsature is controlled by Republicans."
GOP Unemployed:  "Yeah, so they're lookin' after our coffers, trying to make sure there aren't any cheaters getting freebies."
Government Worker:  "Sir, while you were carrying on like a buffoon, I checked and there aren't any Cheetos factories in North Carolina.  Care to revise your statement about freeloaders, sir?"

Hahaha.  He'd then tell all his friends and family that one of Obama's socialist agents screwed him out of his check.


If my brother in laws are a general example of people around this part of NC, you can guarantee that will be the outcome.
 
2013-06-28 01:13:45 PM  
Some of us in NC are fighting the good fight, but the old, rural, ignorant, and racist can be easily frightened into pulling the lever for the pieces of filth in the GA.
 
2013-06-28 01:21:42 PM  

UNC_Samurai: Some of us in NC are fighting the good fight, but the old, rural, ignorant, and racist can be easily frightened into pulling the lever for the pieces of filth in the GA.


Good luck...
 
2013-06-28 01:22:18 PM  

meat0918: Fast forward a few months, and the likely questions coming from NC will be "Why is our state economy not doing better" and "Why has crime risen?"

Do they really, REALLY think that people are sitting on those extended UI benefits instead of looking for work?


Yup.

I have heard many stories about people who have heard of other people who go on unemployment, and once they go on they make more money than they could working, so they stay on it as long as possible.  Same with welfare. And food stamps.

I've heard about these people from my family, from fark, from facebook, from work...  I've yet to see an actual real example of it, but I sure do hear a lot of stories.  The closest I've been to an actual real example was from my mother, when she told me about her friend's cousin's daughter, who preferred to be on welfare so she could stay at home and smoke pot. I've also heard from my step-grandmother that her daughter's (from another marriage) friend was once on UI, and all she did was submit a single application once a week to "show progress" to the state that she was really looking for work, while she just sat on UI until the benefits ran out.  I doubt any of these are true.

So yeah, people really do think that many on extended UI benefits are just sitting on it instead of looking for work.
 
2013-06-28 01:22:22 PM  

mediablitz: Tannhauser: So states competing for business is 'destroying capitalism'?

LMMFAO. You actually are trying to claim states "competing" for business is captialism.

That's funny shiat. Thanks for the laugh.


It's a byproduct of capitalism.
 
2013-06-28 01:24:30 PM  

Tannhauser: No, states racing to the bottom and catering to the every whim of business is why capitalism is destroying the country (not destroying capitalism as you stated, though i would love to see capitalism destroyed).

Going to use small sentences so folks won't read anything into my post that's not intended.

What form of government would you prefer to take over?


Capitalism is a form of government?

I'll take a republican federalist state with democratically elected representatives.
 
2013-06-28 01:32:26 PM  

FarkedOver: mediablitz: Tannhauser: So states competing for business is 'destroying capitalism'?

LMMFAO. You actually are trying to claim states "competing" for business is captialism.

That's funny shiat. Thanks for the laugh.

It's a byproduct of capitalism.


It's called race-to-the-bottomism
 
2013-06-28 01:40:08 PM  

mgshamster: meat0918: Fast forward a few months, and the likely questions coming from NC will be "Why is our state economy not doing better" and "Why has crime risen?"

Do they really, REALLY think that people are sitting on those extended UI benefits instead of looking for work?

Yup.

I have heard many stories about people who have heard of other people who go on unemployment, and once they go on they make more money than they could working, so they stay on it as long as possible.  Same with welfare. And food stamps.

I've heard about these people from my family, from fark, from facebook, from work...  I've yet to see an actual real example of it, but I sure do hear a lot of stories.  The closest I've been to an actual real example was from my mother, when she told me about her friend's cousin's daughter, who preferred to be on welfare so she could stay at home and smoke pot. I've also heard from my step-grandmother that her daughter's (from another marriage) friend was once on UI, and all she did was submit a single application once a week to "show progress" to the state that she was really looking for work, while she just sat on UI until the benefits ran out.  I doubt any of these are true.

So yeah, people really do think that many on extended UI benefits are just sitting on it instead of looking for work.


I've only got one example, but it's not they refused to work while on UI.  Quite the opposite.

My brother-in-law, but he wasn't making more money taking in UI than working.  He was working under the table while drawing benefits.  Well, during this time my in-laws had taken him back in, then my mother in law found out, and kicked him out.  She didn't report him to the state though.  It would have destroyed her marriage, which would have been so very, very awful (is there a sarcasm font yet?).

My father did the same thing in the mid-80s.  He did odd jobs and farmed with his dad while laid off from automotive work.

I'd wager a whole lot more people are drawing benefits and have an unreported job to help make ends meet more than just sitting there drawing benefits.
 
2013-06-28 01:41:38 PM  

Johnny Swank: NC native and resident here. Given that the western and eastern portions of the state voted overwhelmingly GOP the last couple of elections and have the highest rate of unemployment, I could give two shiats if those dumbass biblethumpers have to suffer for their votes. Fark em. Let them starve for all I care.

As to everyone else here, get off your asses in 2014 and kick the bums out. You (we, really) allowed this to happen starting in 2010 when no one bothered to go to the midterms during a farking census year.


Well said... I voted in 2010... I pushed as many friends here in NC to vote. The jobs market was trending up by the time Nov of 2010 came, so I don't know why the people that supported Obama in '08 did not show up in '10. Thanks to them, we now have a tea party govt running things around here.
 
2013-06-28 02:14:33 PM  
This....is too good for popcorn. I'm roasting marshmallows, people.
 
2013-06-28 02:53:43 PM  

Tannhauser: FarkedOver: Tannhauser: So states competing for business is 'destroying capitalism'?

No, states racing to the bottom and catering to the every whim of business is why capitalism is destroying the country (not destroying capitalism as you stated, though i would love to see capitalism destroyed).

Going to use small sentences so folks won't read anything into my post that's not intended.

What form of government would you prefer to take over?

As for the the article, I'm against what NC did.


Funny that with all your snark that you don't realize that capitalism is not a form of government.
 
2013-06-28 02:54:35 PM  

verbaltoxin: This....is too good for popcorn. I'm roasting marshmallows, people.


I have Hershey's chocolate.  Let's  make s'mores.
 
2013-06-28 02:55:00 PM  

meat0918: My brother-in-law, but he wasn't making more money taking in UI than working. He was working under the table while drawing benefits. Well, during this time my in-laws had taken him back in, then my mother in law found out, and kicked him out. She didn't report him to the state though. It would have destroyed her marriage, which would have been so very, very awful (is there a sarcasm font yet?).

My father did the same thing in the mid-80s. He did odd jobs and farmed with his dad while laid off from automotive work.

I'd wager a whole lot more people are drawing benefits and have an unreported job to help make ends meet more than just sitting there drawing benefits.


In most states, you can work part time and still get benefits. You can be "self-employed" and not have to claim the money against your self employment.

What we have in many areas is people who are drawing benefits, are employed, but are underemployed. All they can find are part time jobs paying less than they formerly made.

I did some consulting work for my State on a conversion program in the Department of Labor. While there are assuredly SOME people gaming the system and not looking for work, the majority just wish the economy provided full time jobs. Unemployment is keeping them afloat, nothing more.
 
2013-06-28 03:28:27 PM  

mediablitz: In most states, you can work part time and still get benefits. You can be "self-employed" and not have to claim the money against your self employment.


This is true in NC (or at least was a couple years ago). You got a weekly earnings allowance that was based on your former salary but not capped like the benefit itself it (so mine was in the $300/week range). You can earn up to that much part-time or self-employed without reducing your UI check. Any amount earned above that reduces your check dollar for dollar, but adds that back in on the back end of your eligibility, so it's not lost.
 
2013-06-28 04:13:05 PM  
Congratulations North Carolina. You're the first state to drop federal unemployment funding

Sheeeeit.

That said, there really are truly backward thinking people who should never be in positions of power.
 
2013-06-28 04:18:46 PM  
FTA: Lee Creighton, 45, of Cary, said he's been unemployed since October, and this is the last week for which he'll get nearly $500 in unemployment aid. He said he was laid off from a position managing statisticians and writers amid the recession's worst days in 2009 and has landed and lost a series of government and teaching jobs since then - work that paid less half as much. His parents help him buy groceries to get by.

"I'm just not sure what I'm going to do," said Creighton, who has a doctorate. "What are we to do? Is the state prepared to have this many people with no source of income?"


I looked this guy up, and his doctorate is in mathematics. It warms the cockles of my heart to see an STEM worker unemployed.
 
2013-06-28 04:23:30 PM  
www.sc.edu

Time for a comeback?
 
2013-06-28 04:44:44 PM  

James F. Campbell: It warms the cockles of my heart to see an STEM worker unemployed.


1) That's pretty messed up
2) There are a lot of math majors who end up unemployed, because a pure math background is not as easily transferable to a job
3) Seriously, that's pretty messed up

I'm sure the "lol you want fries with that" jokes get old, but c'mon.  You're seriously going to derive enjoyment from someone being unemployed, just because they vaguely belong to a set of people that contains a few anonymous internet-users who have made fun of you in the past?
 
2013-06-28 04:56:06 PM  

James F. Campbell: FTA: Lee Creighton, 45, of Cary, said he's been unemployed since October, and this is the last week for which he'll get nearly $500 in unemployment aid. He said he was laid off from a position managing statisticians and writers amid the recession's worst days in 2009 and has landed and lost a series of government and teaching jobs since then - work that paid less half as much. His parents help him buy groceries to get by.

"I'm just not sure what I'm going to do," said Creighton, who has a doctorate. "What are we to do? Is the state prepared to have this many people with no source of income?"

I looked this guy up, and his doctorate is in mathematics. It warms the cockles of my heart to see an STEM worker unemployed.


Meh.  The fact that this dude is an unemployed mathematician with a PhD in Cary, NC, means that he is simply incompetent.  He's right next to the RTP, and the farking town he lives in is home to one of the largest statistical analysis companies in the world.
 
2013-06-28 05:00:47 PM  

meat0918: I've only got one example, but it's not they refused to work while on UI. Quite the opposite.

My brother-in-law, but he wasn't making more money taking in UI than working. He was working under the table while drawing benefits. Well, during this time my in-laws had taken him back in, then my mother in law found out, and kicked him out. She didn't report him to the state though. It would have destroyed her marriage, which would have been so very, very awful (is there a sarcasm font yet?).

My father did the same thing in the mid-80s. He did odd jobs and farmed with his dad while laid off from automotive work.

I'd wager a whole lot more people are drawing benefits and have an unreported job to help make ends meet more than just sitting there drawing benefits.


I can see that; it wouldn't surprise me that those who can get under the table work would, while collecting UI.  Of course, that under the table work is usually sporadic at best.
 
2013-06-28 05:20:22 PM  

Esc7: So let me get this straight. The Feds hand over free money for unemployment if you meet a modicum of benefits as a state. Kinda like matching funds?

And NC decided to give up this free money why? So it can pay back debt to the Feds from the Great Depression? If they've gone this long it doesn't strike me as that urgent.


It isn't free, it has to be paid back, and as the article notes, they've already rung up 2.5 billion in debt on this program. This is a measure to keep from running the bill up even further, and a bunch of hysterical Farkers here think the Earth is going to tilt off its axis as a result.
 
2013-06-28 05:28:08 PM  

jjorsett: and a bunch of hysterical Farkers here think the Earth is going to tilt off its axis as a result


Yes, I'm sure only good things have ever come from cutting your state's unemployment compensation off at the knees.
 
2013-06-28 05:52:46 PM  

LouDobbsAwaaaay: Yes, I'm sure only good things have ever come from cutting your state's unemployment compensation off at the knees.


During a period of high unemployment, no less.
Do they think local economies are just going to bootstrap themselves into prosperity or the charred remains are going to attract employers?
 
2013-06-28 05:57:21 PM  
That goddang Obama done gone and taken my bootstraps freedom America!  I's a gonna go and vote Republican again!
 
2013-06-28 06:45:05 PM  

LouDobbsAwaaaay: You're seriously going to derive enjoyment from someone being unemployed, just because they vaguely belong to a set of people that contains a few anonymous internet-users who have made fun of you in the past?


Payback's a biatch, ain't it?
 
2013-06-28 07:25:10 PM  

cc_rider: Nonrepeating Rotating Binary: That state has lost its freaking mind.

Unfortunately, it has a lot of company with other Republican led states such as Wisconsin, Kansas, etc, etc.

This bill was supposedly drafted by the NC Chamber of Commerce (aka ALEC). This may just be the "test case" for other states to follow. I hope I'm wrong about this, but the recent political climate makes me think I am not.

Bastards.


While this thread appears to be dead, I at least wanted to visit this point. It is a test case. WI is toying around with implementing the variable max-claim stuff that I saw mentioned in the article (though strangely enough they are actually upping the max weekly benefit by $7). When I first saw it mentioned here in WI I was wondering if we were the test case, looks like NC just got there first. Expect to see more of this in any state that doesn't already treat UI as a plague.
 
2013-06-28 07:45:10 PM  

hugram: Lots of poor, unemployed and/or underemployed rednecks/teabaggers in this state... and they voted in these politicians.


"But-but-but we thought they would only mess with the blah people!!!!"
/cunning plan
 
2013-06-28 07:49:50 PM  
Next up:  Get rid of those pesky job-killing federal regulations, like OSHA, FDA and the EPA, get rid of any worker protections against abuse, and get rid of the minimum wage, and BOOM!  Republican paradise.  That'll teach 'em to vote for that Obummer!

/BOOTSTRAPS!
 
Displayed 50 of 115 comments

First | « | 1 | 2 | 3 | » | Last | Show all

View Voting Results: Smartest and Funniest


This thread is archived, and closed to new comments.

Continue Farking
Submit a Link »
Advertisement
On Twitter






In Other Media


  1. Links are submitted by members of the Fark community.

  2. When community members submit a link, they also write a custom headline for the story.

  3. Other Farkers comment on the links. This is the number of comments. Click here to read them.

  4. Click here to submit a link.

Report