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(Talking Points Memo)   Tamerian Tsarnaev, the dead Boston Bomber, who was in possession of right-wing conspiracy literature, is now part of new right-wing conspiracy literature   (livewire.talkingpointsmemo.com) divider line 215
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2013-08-05 01:59:05 PM
Meh, I've got a copy of Mao's Little Red Book.
 
2013-08-05 02:09:19 PM
Of course, that makes him the perfect patsy to start their war on pressure cookers.
 
2013-08-05 02:17:25 PM

serial_crusher: Of course, that makes him the perfect patsy to start their war on pressure cookers.


I just knew that Big Skillet was behind this.
 
2013-08-05 02:21:00 PM
I don't care.
 
2013-08-05 02:22:51 PM
OMG THEY SHOWED A PICTURE OF HIM SMILING. THEY'RE GLAMORIZING HIM AND IT'S OFFENSIVE TO EVERYONE. QUICK, LET'S BOYCOTT TPM AND BURN SOME OF THEIR STUFF LIKE ROLLING STONE.

SO MUCH OUTRAGE
 
2013-08-05 02:28:05 PM
Didn't they already state that he was a religious extremist?  I know American Republicans don't like to hear this, but groups like Al Qaida and the Taliban are "conservative" organizations.
 
2013-08-05 02:29:02 PM
I've read books by Hilter, Stalin, Mao, and Stephanie Myers. While I'm ashamed of one of those, none of it has made me a terrorist.
 
2013-08-05 02:34:49 PM
Planted by Obama personally to throw people off his scent.
 
2013-08-05 02:35:29 PM

what_now: While I'm ashamed of one of those, none of it has made me a terrorist.


Reading Stephanie Myers makes you a terrorist to good taste.
 
2013-08-05 02:36:19 PM

what_now: I've read books by Hilter, Stalin, Mao, and Stephanie Myers. While I'm ashamed of one of those, none of it has made me a terrorist.


I read, what was it, "The Host" on the recommendation of a waitress serving me coffee, in that it was more "mature" than the other books.  I now never, ever, ever listen to anything a waitress says.
 
2013-08-05 02:38:33 PM

RexTalionis: what_now: While I'm ashamed of one of those, none of it has made me a terrorist.

Reading Stephanie Myers makes you a terrorist to good taste.


I'll read almost anything, and I consider myself very well read, literate etc etc. I have never read anything as badly written as those books, and I'm including all of the books I read when I was 10 and only read books about ponies.

note: do not let your 10 year old daughter borrow a copy of  Steinbecks, The Red Pony from the library. It will horrify her.
 
2013-08-05 02:41:55 PM

what_now: RexTalionis: what_now: While I'm ashamed of one of those, none of it has made me a terrorist.

Reading Stephanie Myers makes you a terrorist to good taste.

I'll read almost anything, and I consider myself very well read, literate etc etc. I have never read anything as badly written as those books, and I'm including all of the books I read when I was 10 and only read books about ponies.

note: do not let your 10 year old daughter borrow a copy of  Steinbecks, The Red Pony from the library. It will horrify her.


Feh. I finished LOTR when I was 11-12 and went looking for something else like it in my small parochial school's Library (which seemed to stock whatever the publishers sent them for free), and that's How I ended up reading the  Thomas Covenant  series as a 6th grader.....Having the "hero" rape someone in the fisrt 50 pages was a bit..suprising to say the least
 
2013-08-05 02:48:01 PM
I'm sure it's already been spun that he is a bleeding heard liberal who went crazy over global warming and keeping corporations accountable for their taxes owed.
 
2013-08-05 02:49:24 PM
Imagine if he had taken a Hari Krishna pamphlet a few hours before and they found that on him.
 
2013-08-05 02:49:31 PM
So he had Obama's speeches from the 2012 election?
 
2013-08-05 02:49:38 PM
I'm pretty sure he supported Obama...
 
2013-08-05 02:49:38 PM
That sort of literature makes me wonder what his Fark handle is... err was.
 
2013-08-05 02:50:47 PM

feckingmorons: Meh, I've got a copy of Mao's Little Red Book.


I have a copy of the Bible and The Monkey Wrench Gang.  Oh noes I'm going to pray a dam apart.  TERRORIST!!!!
 
2013-08-05 02:51:10 PM

Magorn: what_now: RexTalionis: what_now: While I'm ashamed of one of those, none of it has made me a terrorist.

Reading Stephanie Myers makes you a terrorist to good taste.

I'll read almost anything, and I consider myself very well read, literate etc etc. I have never read anything as badly written as those books, and I'm including all of the books I read when I was 10 and only read books about ponies.

note: do not let your 10 year old daughter borrow a copy of  Steinbecks, The Red Pony from the library. It will horrify her.

Feh. I finished LOTR when I was 11-12 and went looking for something else like it in my small parochial school's Library (which seemed to stock whatever the publishers sent them for free), and that's How I ended up reading the  Thomas Covenant  series as a 6th grader.....Having the "hero" rape someone in the fisrt 50 pages was a bit..suprising to say the least


The Thomas Covenant books are, quite clearly, intended to try and force people away from fantasy literature.

Good lord, I had to stop reading them after the first trilogy as I actively loathed the protagonist and the author for making him such a horrible 'hero.'
 
2013-08-05 02:51:48 PM

PC LOAD LETTER: Planted by Obama personally to throw people off his scent.


Did he use potting soil or garden soil?
 
2013-08-05 02:51:50 PM

FloydA: Didn't they already state that he was a religious extremist?  I know American Republicans don't like to hear this, but groups like Al Qaida and the Taliban are "conservative" organizations.


I'm no conservative American, and though you've made a technical connection with the word conservative, it's pretty unfair to say dangerously naive groups of people who often murder civilians because they want social laws to match their interpretation of the Islam are the same as people who are complete blundering idiots who have been in a coma the past 40 years but are otherwise nonviolent.
 
d23 [TotalFark]
2013-08-05 02:51:56 PM

Makh: I'm sure it's already been spun that he is a bleeding heard liberal who went crazy over global warming and keeping corporations accountable for their taxes owed.


Since the know nothings think that Muslims are liberals then, yes, actually you're right.

95% of people aren't worth listening to, and 100% of teahadists are in that 95%.
 
2013-08-05 02:52:13 PM

Treygreen13: That sort of literature makes me wonder what his Fark handle is... err was.


IS! They shipped him off to Gitmo doncha know! He's locked in a cell with Osama and Mubarak!
 
2013-08-05 02:52:50 PM

omgrtfa: PC LOAD LETTER: Planted by Obama personally to throw people off his scent.

Did he use potting soil or garden soil?


Sand, like a good Muslim
 
2013-08-05 02:53:08 PM
he had a copy of Catcher In the Rye on him, too.
 
2013-08-05 02:53:41 PM

FloydA: Didn't they already state that he was a religious extremist?  I know American Republicans don't like to hear this, but groups like Al Qaida and the Taliban are "conservative" organizations.


One of those conservative Obama supporters. Some people are just crazy.
 
2013-08-05 02:54:05 PM

Smeggy Smurf: feckingmorons: Meh, I've got a copy of Mao's Little Red Book.

I have a copy of the Bible and The Monkey Wrench Gang.  Oh noes I'm going to pray a dam apart.  TERRORIST!!!!


I have "Knitting with Dog Hair" on my coffee table. :O
 
2013-08-05 02:54:53 PM
While I don't give a dry rolling turd about any of this, I am compelled to post, once again:

F*ck you, TPM. Have enough self respect to hire some gottdam editors.

christsake.
 
2013-08-05 02:56:06 PM

vudukungfu: he had a copy of Catcher In the Rye on him, too.


Um, no, that was John Wilkes Booth.  I hate when people do this.

/pet peave.
 
2013-08-05 02:56:43 PM

what_now: I'll read almost anything, and I consider myself very well read, literate etc etc. I have never read anything as badly written as those books, and I'm including all of the books I read when I was 10 and only read books about ponies.


As horrible as it is, she has gotten more people into reading books which is always a good thing. Pulp novels are pulp obviously, but if you can help people who plowed through her dreck and redirect them to better writing and they keep on reading is that not a good thing?

Just saying is all
 
2013-08-05 02:56:49 PM
And he highlighted the word "Eskimo".
 
2013-08-05 02:57:55 PM
Hitler preferred ovens not pressure cookers.
 
2013-08-05 02:57:56 PM

Relatively Obscure: what_now: I've read books by Hilter, Stalin, Mao, and Stephanie Myers. While I'm ashamed of one of those, none of it has made me a terrorist.

I read, what was it, "The Host" on the recommendation of a waitress serving me coffee, in that it was more "mature" than the other books.  I now never, ever, ever listen to anything a waitress says.


Watched that movie by accident the other day because I saw a partial preview that painted it as action/adventure. Ten minutes in I realized the movie was written for 12 year old girls. When credits rolled and I found out Stephanie Meyers wrote it, everything snapped into focus.

//yes, I watched it all the way thru to the credits. It was cringe-worthy. Almost bailed on it three times.
 
2013-08-05 02:58:25 PM

Magorn: what_now: RexTalionis: what_now: While I'm ashamed of one of those, none of it has made me a terrorist.

Reading Stephanie Myers makes you a terrorist to good taste.

I'll read almost anything, and I consider myself very well read, literate etc etc. I have never read anything as badly written as those books, and I'm including all of the books I read when I was 10 and only read books about ponies.

note: do not let your 10 year old daughter borrow a copy of  Steinbecks, The Red Pony from the library. It will horrify her.

Feh. I finished LOTR when I was 11-12 and went looking for something else like it in my small parochial school's Library (which seemed to stock whatever the publishers sent them for free), and that's How I ended up reading the  Thomas Covenant  series as a 6th grader.....Having the "hero" rape someone in the fisrt 50 pages was a bit..suprising to say the least


I honestly loved those books. A lot darker than many other fantasy novels I was reading at the time. The new series is pretty good too, but the author loves taking his sweet-ass time writing them...
 
2013-08-05 02:58:35 PM

feckingmorons: Meh, I've got a copy of Mao's Little Red Book.


I have a Koran I read in middle school. It even has the English and the original Terrorspeak side by side.
 
2013-08-05 02:58:46 PM
Best book EVR!!

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2013-08-05 03:00:07 PM

cowgirl toffee: Best book EVR!!

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Let me just say, when I got to spiders... it scared the shiat out of me. o_O
 
2013-08-05 03:00:43 PM

EkimProx: I'm pretty sure he supported Obama...


So... he's a dangerous right-wing nutjob? We knew that already.
 
2013-08-05 03:01:28 PM

what_now: I'll read almost anything, and I consider myself very well read, literate etc etc. I have never read anything as badly written as those books, and I'm including all of the books I read when I was 10 and only read books about ponies.


web.mit.edu
 
2013-08-05 03:02:22 PM
ftfa:The BBC learned over the course of its reporting that Tamerlan Tsarnaev, the older of the two bombing suspects who was killed during a confrontation with police days after the marathon bombings, possessed material asserting that 9/11 and the Oklahoma City were government conspiracies. One article dealt in his possession dealt with the "rape of our gun rights," while another suggested that "Hitler had a point.

Sorry, Farklibs, nothing here is "right wing" except for the gun rights thing. The 9/11 conspiracies and anti-semitism are radical Left-wing views.
 
2013-08-05 03:03:38 PM
This might be a good excuse for Fatherland Security to tie into library databases.
 
2013-08-05 03:04:26 PM
Subby is an agent of the Obama Administration. Likes to fap to kiddie porn.

See? That's how easy it is to spin a story ...
 
2013-08-05 03:04:48 PM

feckingmorons: Meh, I've got a copy of Mao's Little Red Book.


I have a copy of Prince's Little Red Corvette
 
2013-08-05 03:05:04 PM
i.imgur.com
 
d23 [TotalFark]
2013-08-05 03:05:09 PM

Aristocles: ftfa:The BBC learned over the course of its reporting that Tamerlan Tsarnaev, the older of the two bombing suspects who was killed during a confrontation with police days after the marathon bombings, possessed material asserting that 9/11 and the Oklahoma City were government conspiracies. One article dealt in his possession dealt with the "rape of our gun rights," while another suggested that "Hitler had a point.

Sorry, Farklibs, nothing here is "right wing" except for the gun rights thing. The 9/11 conspiracies and anti-semitism are radical Left-wing views.


Is this the "Nazis are liberals" argument again?  If so then you've just marked yourself as an idiot for all times.
 
2013-08-05 03:05:31 PM

Magorn: what_now: RexTalionis: what_now: While I'm ashamed of one of those, none of it has made me a terrorist.

Reading Stephanie Myers makes you a terrorist to good taste.

I'll read almost anything, and I consider myself very well read, literate etc etc. I have never read anything as badly written as those books, and I'm including all of the books I read when I was 10 and only read books about ponies.

note: do not let your 10 year old daughter borrow a copy of  Steinbecks, The Red Pony from the library. It will horrify her.

Feh. I finished LOTR when I was 11-12 and went looking for something else like it in my small parochial school's Library (which seemed to stock whatever the publishers sent them for free), and that's How I ended up reading the  Thomas Covenant  series as a 6th grader.....Having the "hero" rape someone in the fisrt 50 pages was a bit..suprising to say the least


Yeah, those books start of with a bang.


But on the for reals, i enjoyed reading them.
 
2013-08-05 03:05:38 PM
The Oklahoma City was a government conspiracy? Wow.
 
2013-08-05 03:06:09 PM
All of the batshiat crazy 9/11 truther crap came from lefties who really hated Bush and his cronies and thus wanted him to be behind a massive conspiracy so badly that they left their critical thinking skills at the door. It's no coincidence that truthers peaked in 2006 and almost completely disappeared by 2009 (hint, ownership of the congress and then the presidency changed which would have made it very uncomfortable for "Their guys" if they continued on). Granted that the few that are still around tend to be more to the fringe right (but if you visit DU you will still see some of the left wing "True believers" posting their dumb ideas) but their crazy ideas (such as no planes, holograms, missiles, living terrorists, thermite and so on) were formed and pushed into the spotlight mostly by the left and not the right.
 
2013-08-05 03:06:09 PM

LucklessWonder: feckingmorons: Meh, I've got a copy of Mao's Little Red Book.

I have a copy of Prince's Little Red Corvette


I'm listening to The Coasters' Little Red Riding hood.
 
2013-08-05 03:06:44 PM

Aristocles: The 9/11 conspiracies and anti-semitism are radical Left-wing views.


Wait, which one of the two of us are high?
 
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