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2014-01-10 03:02:26 PM  
dittybopper:"The response time was only shortened by the fact that they were heading to the accident scene to assist when dispatched" to Ms. Genova, the letter says.


LOL. Hey buddy. Sorry that you wasted all of that text. What that comment meant was that BECAUSE OF the traffic jam, the ambulance would not have been able to get to her in 7 minutes, but they got to her in that amount of time because they were already dispatched to an accident. This means, had they been at the firehouse/hospital when they received the call to assist the heart attack victim, it would have taken them even longer. Your quote killed your point.
 
2014-01-10 03:03:22 PM  

umad: DROxINxTHExWIND: umad: DROxINxTHExWIND: Nana's Vibrator: The family member's quote I saw (DNRTFA) said she thought she was 91 and already dead before her body left the house.  At this point I think I'd be more worried about lawsuits from people who suffered injuries in car accidents and suffered 5-10 minutes longer due to a willfully terrible act.  Suffering costs money.

No it didn't. It said they BELIEVE that she may have died before she left the house. BELIEVE.

Exactly. Only rocket surgeons can actually tell when somebody is dead. It is waaaay too complicated to do for the layman.


The family are not doctors, champ. Or did the daughter conduct an autopsy before their interview? I may have missed that part. I was watching a special about hyenas.

lol because you need an autopsy to be able to tell if somebody is dead. Do you even know what a farking autopsy is? Specifically, when they are performed? You should probably ask a rocket surgeon, because you don't know shiat about shiat.



We're talking about time of death. blockhead. Try to keep up.
 
2014-01-10 03:03:36 PM  
This "scandal" has already been taken to stupid levels.  When you start hunting for people who died "because" of a scandal, you've gone of the crazy end.

-> Benghazi.
 
2014-01-10 03:04:22 PM  

I_C_Weener: Cymbal: what_now: DROxINxTHExWIND: LordJiro:
The point is, I believe, that a 24 year old might have had a decent chance of survival, and an ambulance getting there may have made a difference. A 91 year old having a heart attack? She was almost certainly farked either way, and the traffic jam changed nothing.

/Still think Christie should be thrown out on his fat ass for abusing his power.


LOL. This isn't even about Christie to me anymore. I am seriously sickened by the callous disregard for the lives of old people. I mean, you all aren't even speaking in code. You're really saying, "meh" to the possibility that a woman died because paramedics could not reach her....even as you acknowledge the possibility that she could have been saved. It's pretty ridiculous.

You wanna maybe dial it down a little? You sound absurd.

I don't think it sounds absurd at all. A woman died, her age is irrelevant.

But I could see how someone without empathy would think he sounds absurd.

So, you care about everyone who died?  What about drone strikes on weddings in foreign countries?  Lets investigate it.  And Benghazi-gate...and the number of soldiers who have died in Afghanstan after our mission to kill OBL was accomplished?  Or are you just looking at this death different?


I don't care about everyone who dies, I care about the truth. Which is always obfuscated in this day and age. But to answer your questions, yes, drone strikes on weddings should be investigated. And Benghazi was investigated, and rightly so. It just wasn't investigated thoroughly enough to satisfy the loons in the GOP, and it probably never will. On the other hand there was no investigation into this woman's death, at least nothing in depth. Why are you so quick to write it off because she was old, or because we should respect family wishes?
 
2014-01-10 03:04:46 PM  

DROxINxTHExWIND: You're really saying, "meh" to the possibility that a woman died because paramedics could not reach her....even as you acknowledge the possibility that she could have been saved. It's pretty ridiculous.


The paramedics did reach her. They couldn't revive her at her house. She was dead then. They couldn't get her dead body back to the hospital for the official ruling of "dead" because a doctor has to sign that form.

If there was any chance that she was "holding on, fighting through" they could have summoned a helicopter to lifeflight her while stuck on the bridge.  They didn't get caught in traffic trying to get to her for the emergency call. Is that unclear?

You might as well be screaming for an investigation into the paramedics, in case they were unable to recognize signs of life in a non-responsive, 91 year old who just had a massive heart-attack and couldn't be revived.
 
2014-01-10 03:05:43 PM  

Somacandra: Really? No "In My Time of Dying" reference? Dylan, Zep, Blind Willie or Horace Sprott?



Blind Willie
Sprott           1st time     Thanks
Dylan
Zep

The Be Good Tanya's      A just miss
 
2014-01-10 03:05:47 PM  

I_C_Weener: Cymbal: what_now: DROxINxTHExWIND: LordJiro:
The point is, I believe, that a 24 year old might have had a decent chance of survival, and an ambulance getting there may have made a difference. A 91 year old having a heart attack? She was almost certainly farked either way, and the traffic jam changed nothing.

/Still think Christie should be thrown out on his fat ass for abusing his power.


LOL. This isn't even about Christie to me anymore. I am seriously sickened by the callous disregard for the lives of old people. I mean, you all aren't even speaking in code. You're really saying, "meh" to the possibility that a woman died because paramedics could not reach her....even as you acknowledge the possibility that she could have been saved. It's pretty ridiculous.

You wanna maybe dial it down a little? You sound absurd.

I don't think it sounds absurd at all. A woman died, her age is irrelevant.

But I could see how someone without empathy would think he sounds absurd.

So, you care about everyone who died?  What about drone strikes on weddings in foreign countries?  Lets investigate it.  And Benghazi-gate...and the number of soldiers who have died in Afghanstan after our mission to kill OBL was accomplished?  Or are you just looking at this death different?


You really need to take a course in logic.

/Several of them
 
2014-01-10 03:06:18 PM  

plainlyclueless: Except when Dems use it for vote suppression.

http://dailycaller.com/2014/01/10/hillary-clinton-adviser-started-an -e lection-day-traffic-jam-in-2000/

DITTOHEAD ALERT


Rush Limbaugh brought out this talking point not 10 minutes ago. I was 100% certain this deflection would show up here within 15 minutes. Well done confirming my prediction.
 
2014-01-10 03:08:57 PM  

gilgigamesh: plainlyclueless: Except when Dems use it for vote suppression.

http://dailycaller.com/2014/01/10/hillary-clinton-adviser-started-an -e lection-day-traffic-jam-in-2000/

DITTOHEAD ALERT

Rush Limbaugh brought out this talking point not 10 minutes ago. I was 100% certain this deflection would show up here within 15 minutes. Well done confirming my prediction.


Well, they are called dittoheads for a reason. That marching formation is something to behold.
 
2014-01-10 03:10:20 PM  

DerAppie: DROxINxTHExWIND: Nana's Vibrator: The family member's quote I saw (DNRTFA) said she thought she was 91 and already dead before her body left the house.  At this point I think I'd be more worried about lawsuits from people who suffered injuries in car accidents and suffered 5-10 minutes longer due to a willfully terrible act.  Suffering costs money.

No it didn't. It said they BELIEVE that she may have died before she left the house. BELIEVE.

And they might have believed that because she stopped breathing and didn't have a pulse.


You have to be a doctor to recognize that her breathing and her heart both stopped. According to Dro, this means you must perform an autopsy.
 
2014-01-10 03:11:21 PM  

plainlyclueless: Except when Dems use it for vote suppression.

http://dailycaller.com/2014/01/10/hillary-clinton-adviser-started-an -e lection-day-traffic-jam-in-2000/


Sorry, this thread is about a 91 year old woman who died, and indirectly about Chris Christie. If you'd like to talk about whatever the Daily Whine is complaining about, please submit it for approval as a new thread.
 
2014-01-10 03:11:35 PM  
They do seem awfully eager to say that it's no big deal, they don't blame the governor, and the late woman voted for him...I wonder if someone had a little chat with them first.
 
2014-01-10 03:12:29 PM  

Pangea: DROxINxTHExWIND: You're really saying, "meh" to the possibility that a woman died because paramedics could not reach her....even as you acknowledge the possibility that she could have been saved. It's pretty ridiculous.

The paramedics did reach her. They couldn't revive her at her house. She was dead then. They couldn't get her dead body back to the hospital for the official ruling of "dead" because a doctor has to sign that form.

If there was any chance that she was "holding on, fighting through" they could have summoned a helicopter to lifeflight her while stuck on the bridge.  They didn't get caught in traffic trying to get to her for the emergency call. Is that unclear?

You might as well be screaming for an investigation into the paramedics, in case they were unable to recognize signs of life in a non-responsive, 91 year old who just had a massive heart-attack and couldn't be revived.



I like the use of adjectives to drive home the point that there was absolutely NOTHING that could have been done differently and NOTHING that would have changed this woman's fate. You all claim to know that for a fact. But according to you, even if she could have been revived had they gotten to her earlier, fark it because she's 91 and the family wants it all to go away. I'm also impressed with the number of Farkers who seem to have intimate knowledge of her wishes to die unless she had a certain quality of life and your ability to predict how she would have lived, had she been saved.
 
2014-01-10 03:13:15 PM  
All sorts of docs just put up. Emails in appendix sections. Loading rather slowly at the moment.

Link
 
2014-01-10 03:14:00 PM  

Whatchoo Talkinbout: Crass and Jaded Mother Farker: "What difference, at this point, does it make?"

[encrypted-tbn2.gstatic.com image 294x171]


That's just a dead ambassador and some marines or seals or something or other. CHRISTIE'S REPUBLICAN, DAMMITALL.


Are you familiar with the boy that cried wolf?  Republicans complained and called everything Obama did for 4 years a scandal and threatened impeachment.  There may have been something to Benghazi, who knows, but it got tossed on the pile of lies.  It got completely ignored in 2012, and is met with the same laughter as birthers are now.

It's kind of funny.  Christie was the only chance for the GOP to not get laughed out of the election.  Cruz/Santorum/etc. are not national contenders and would lead to a blowout of historic proportions.
 
2014-01-10 03:16:28 PM  

Cymbal: On the other hand there was no investigation into this woman's death, at least nothing in depth


How much more "Investigation" do you want? She was found looking very dead at the scene while lying on the bathroom floor for an indeterminate time before then. The hospital, soon after she arrived, declared her dead from a heart attack. All of the evidence supports the idea that she was dead before the ambulance even got to her. What do you suggest be done beyond that? Perhaps that Booth and  Saroyan go dig her up in NJ, take her to the Jeffersonian so Bones and the Squints pour over her body looking for the clue that it was anything else but that? Maybe get CSINYNJ to do an in depth analysis of all possible ambulance routes and maybe use their computers to "Enhance" traffic cam footage in order to measure the gap between vehicles using 3D lasers and shiat to see if it might have been shortened by a few yards? People die of heart attack all of the time, especially at 91 years of age. They won't even cut them open, at most they will just do a blood test looking for the chemistry that indicates a heart attack. That's it.
 
2014-01-10 03:19:25 PM  

DROxINxTHExWIND: umad: DROxINxTHExWIND: umad: DROxINxTHExWIND: Nana's Vibrator: The family member's quote I saw (DNRTFA) said she thought she was 91 and already dead before her body left the house.  At this point I think I'd be more worried about lawsuits from people who suffered injuries in car accidents and suffered 5-10 minutes longer due to a willfully terrible act.  Suffering costs money.

No it didn't. It said they BELIEVE that she may have died before she left the house. BELIEVE.

Exactly. Only rocket surgeons can actually tell when somebody is dead. It is waaaay too complicated to do for the layman.


The family are not doctors, champ. Or did the daughter conduct an autopsy before their interview? I may have missed that part. I was watching a special about hyenas.

lol because you need an autopsy to be able to tell if somebody is dead. Do you even know what a farking autopsy is? Specifically, when they are performed? You should probably ask a rocket surgeon, because you don't know shiat about shiat.


We're talking about time of death. blockhead. Try to keep up.


No we aren't farkhead. We were talking about whether it was reasonable for the family to believe that she was already dead. Try to keep up.
 
2014-01-10 03:19:41 PM  

DROxINxTHExWIND: Pangea: DROxINxTHExWIND: You're really saying, "meh" to the possibility that a woman died because paramedics could not reach her....even as you acknowledge the possibility that she could have been saved. It's pretty ridiculous.

The paramedics did reach her. They couldn't revive her at her house. She was dead then. They couldn't get her dead body back to the hospital for the official ruling of "dead" because a doctor has to sign that form.

If there was any chance that she was "holding on, fighting through" they could have summoned a helicopter to lifeflight her while stuck on the bridge.  They didn't get caught in traffic trying to get to her for the emergency call. Is that unclear?

You might as well be screaming for an investigation into the paramedics, in case they were unable to recognize signs of life in a non-responsive, 91 year old who just had a massive heart-attack and couldn't be revived.


I like the use of adjectives to drive home the point that there was absolutely NOTHING that could have been done differently and NOTHING that would have changed this woman's fate. You all claim to know that for a fact. But according to you, even if she could have been revived had they gotten to her earlier, fark it because she's 91 and the family wants it all to go away. I'm also impressed with the number of Farkers who seem to have intimate knowledge of her wishes to die unless she had a certain quality of life and your ability to predict how she would have lived, had she been saved.


Man, you are on fire today.
 
2014-01-10 03:19:54 PM  

DROxINxTHExWIND: No it didn't. It said they BELIEVE that she may have died before she left the house. BELIEVE.


Oh, you.  Look what you've done.
 
2014-01-10 03:20:37 PM  

Radioactive Ass: Cymbal: On the other hand there was no investigation into this woman's death, at least nothing in depth

How much more "Investigation" do you want? She was found looking very dead at the scene while lying on the bathroom floor for an indeterminate time before then. The hospital, soon after she arrived, declared her dead from a heart attack. All of the evidence supports the idea that she was dead before the ambulance even got to her. What do you suggest be done beyond that? Perhaps that Booth and  Saroyan go dig her up in NJ, take her to the Jeffersonian so Bones and the Squints pour over her body looking for the clue that it was anything else but that? Maybe get CSINYNJ to do an in depth analysis of all possible ambulance routes and maybe use their computers to "Enhance" traffic cam footage in order to measure the gap between vehicles using 3D lasers and shiat to see if it might have been shortened by a few yards? People die of heart attack all of the time, especially at 91 years of age. They won't even cut them open, at most they will just do a blood test looking for the chemistry that indicates a heart attack. That's it.


At the very least, all those things sound appropriate. You must be a huge fan of death panels and must have been sorely disappointed to find out they weren't a part of the ACA. You sicken me.
 
2014-01-10 03:21:34 PM  
Man, the paid GOP shills are coming out of the woodwork.
 
2014-01-10 03:23:14 PM  

Cymbal: At the very least, all those things sound appropriate. You must be a huge fan of death panels and must have been sorely disappointed to find out they weren't a part of the ACA. You sicken me.


You do realize every single one of those things are works of pure fiction right. This has to be a Poe.
 
2014-01-10 03:23:40 PM  

Dusk-You-n-Me: All sorts of docs just put up. Emails in appendix sections. Loading rather slowly at the moment.

Link


exhibit f dumps it all on Wildstein
 
2014-01-10 03:24:12 PM  

Cymbal: what_now: DROxINxTHExWIND: LordJiro:
The point is, I believe, that a 24 year old might have had a decent chance of survival, and an ambulance getting there may have made a difference. A 91 year old having a heart attack? She was almost certainly farked either way, and the traffic jam changed nothing.

/Still think Christie should be thrown out on his fat ass for abusing his power.


LOL. This isn't even about Christie to me anymore. I am seriously sickened by the callous disregard for the lives of old people. I mean, you all aren't even speaking in code. You're really saying, "meh" to the possibility that a woman died because paramedics could not reach her....even as you acknowledge the possibility that she could have been saved. It's pretty ridiculous.

You wanna maybe dial it down a little? You sound absurd.

I don't think it sounds absurd at all. A woman died, her age is irrelevant.

But I could see how someone without empathy would think he sounds absurd.


Go be ENFP somewhere else
 
2014-01-10 03:24:59 PM  

DROxINxTHExWIND: I like the use of adjectives to drive home the point that there was absolutely NOTHING that could have been done differently and NOTHING that would have changed this woman's fate. You all claim to know that for a fact. But according to you, even if she could have been revived had they gotten to her earlier, fark it because she's 91 and the family wants it all to go away. I'm also impressed with the number of Farkers who seem to have intimate knowledge of her wishes to die unless she had a certain quality of life and your ability to predict how she would have lived, had she been saved.


You keep focusing on the "belief" of the family. I never mentioned a DNR, so don't use those other posts in an effort to discredit mine.

You continue to neglect the medical opinion of the highly-trained professionals that arrived on-scene, and subsequently determined that calling life-flight was unnecessary because she was already dead.

This is you second-guessing trained-professionals who were actually there. Something could have been done differently if they had determined something else would have a chance to save her.
 
2014-01-10 03:25:46 PM  

umad: DROxINxTHExWIND: umad: DROxINxTHExWIND: umad: DROxINxTHExWIND: Nana's Vibrator: The family member's quote I saw (DNRTFA) said she thought she was 91 and already dead before her body left the house.  At this point I think I'd be more worried about lawsuits from people who suffered injuries in car accidents and suffered 5-10 minutes longer due to a willfully terrible act.  Suffering costs money.

No it didn't. It said they BELIEVE that she may have died before she left the house. BELIEVE.

Exactly. Only rocket surgeons can actually tell when somebody is dead. It is waaaay too complicated to do for the layman.


The family are not doctors, champ. Or did the daughter conduct an autopsy before their interview? I may have missed that part. I was watching a special about hyenas.

lol because you need an autopsy to be able to tell if somebody is dead. Do you even know what a farking autopsy is? Specifically, when they are performed? You should probably ask a rocket surgeon, because you don't know shiat about shiat.


We're talking about time of death. blockhead. Try to keep up.

No we aren't farkhead. We were talking about whether it was reasonable for the family to believe that she was already dead. Try to keep up.



Reasonable? Why the fark would we be discussing whether its reasonable for someone who wasn't on the scene to believe she was dead? "Believe" was highlighted to show the absurdity of their quote which said that they "believe" she was dead and so therefore "the traffic didn't make any difference". I pointed out to the gentleman who I was originally speaking with that the basis of her conclusion is a guess. This is the last time that your inability to read will be tolerated. I'm not breaking shiat down for you anymore.
 
2014-01-10 03:26:54 PM  

Radioactive Ass: Cymbal: At the very least, all those things sound appropriate. You must be a huge fan of death panels and must have been sorely disappointed to find out they weren't a part of the ACA. You sicken me.

You do realize every single one of those things are works of pure fiction right. This has to be a Poe.


Yet not science fiction, which means they have non-fiction equivalencies. Study it out!
 
2014-01-10 03:28:35 PM  

DROxINxTHExWIND: Reasonable? Why the fark would we be discussing whether its reasonable for someone who wasn't on the scene to believe she was dead?


Wasn't at the scene? Just who the fark do you think called 911?
 
2014-01-10 03:29:25 PM  

Cymbal: You must be a huge fan of death panels and must have been sorely disappointed to find out they weren't a part of the ACA. You sicken me.


3.bp.blogspot.com
 
2014-01-10 03:29:46 PM  
imageshack.com
Aid: Good news Governor! The family decided not to sue!
Chris: What family?
 
2014-01-10 03:30:32 PM  
Another governor of the wrong party getting slammed, and problems with the actual chief executive getting ignored. Typical.
 
2014-01-10 03:30:51 PM  

Pangea: DROxINxTHExWIND: I like the use of adjectives to drive home the point that there was absolutely NOTHING that could have been done differently and NOTHING that would have changed this woman's fate. You all claim to know that for a fact. But according to you, even if she could have been revived had they gotten to her earlier, fark it because she's 91 and the family wants it all to go away. I'm also impressed with the number of Farkers who seem to have intimate knowledge of her wishes to die unless she had a certain quality of life and your ability to predict how she would have lived, had she been saved.

You keep focusing on the "belief" of the family. I never mentioned a DNR, so don't use those other posts in an effort to discredit mine.

You continue to neglect the medical opinion of the highly-trained professionals that arrived on-scene, and subsequently determined that calling life-flight was unnecessary because she was already dead.

This is you second-guessing trained-professionals who were actually there. Something could have been done differently if they had determined something else would have a chance to save her.


I'm not moved. By their very nature, investigations second guess the decisions of everyone who was involved in a process. EFTs don't fark up now? Maybe they didn't need to call the chopper in because they got there too late? Is that a possibility?
 
2014-01-10 03:31:16 PM  
Sounds like she had a really rare morning.
aytiws.com
 
2014-01-10 03:31:46 PM  

plainlyclueless: Except when Dems use it for vote suppression.

http://dailycaller.com/2014/01/10/hillary-clinton-adviser-started-an -e lection-day-traffic-jam-in-2000/


Because a motorcade is EXACTLY the same thing as a blockade, according to conservative logic.
 
2014-01-10 03:33:22 PM  

Lorelle: plainlyclueless: Except when Dems use it for vote suppression.

http://dailycaller.com/2014/01/10/hillary-clinton-adviser-started-an -e lection-day-traffic-jam-in-2000/

Because a motorcade is EXACTLY the same thing as a blockade, according to conservative logic.


A blockade that lasts four solid days. Yes exactly the same in their eyes.
 
2014-01-10 03:35:49 PM  

Cymbal: Study it out!


I'mma gonna get right on that. A new episode of Bones comes on tonight, also Blue Bloods for the NYPD angle. Oh and The Neighbors too, just for the NJ aspect of it. Maybe I'll see something that was missed! I get back to you. But first there are some youtube documentaries I need to look at to bone up on my sleuthing skillz.
 
2014-01-10 03:38:42 PM  

GORDON: Another governor of the wrong party getting slammed, and problems with the actual chief executive getting ignored. Typical.


185+ comments in?  Where the hell were you 4 pages ago?
 
2014-01-10 03:38:43 PM  

DROxINxTHExWIND: Pangea: DROxINxTHExWIND: I like the use of adjectives to drive home the point that there was absolutely NOTHING that could have been done differently and NOTHING that would have changed this woman's fate. You all claim to know that for a fact. But according to you, even if she could have been revived had they gotten to her earlier, fark it because she's 91 and the family wants it all to go away. I'm also impressed with the number of Farkers who seem to have intimate knowledge of her wishes to die unless she had a certain quality of life and your ability to predict how she would have lived, had she been saved.

You keep focusing on the "belief" of the family. I never mentioned a DNR, so don't use those other posts in an effort to discredit mine.

You continue to neglect the medical opinion of the highly-trained professionals that arrived on-scene, and subsequently determined that calling life-flight was unnecessary because she was already dead.

This is you second-guessing trained-professionals who were actually there. Something could have been done differently if they had determined something else would have a chance to save her.

I'm not moved. By their very nature, investigations second guess the decisions of everyone who was involved in a process. EFTs don't fark up now? Maybe they didn't need to call the chopper in because they got there too late? Is that a possibility?



LOL. I have one screen on Fark and the other on work. Sometimes they mix. Hopefully, I'll never accidentally call my boss a n00b or a bigot because I got my monitors crossed.


/accountant
 
2014-01-10 03:40:10 PM  

Lorelle: Because a motorcade is EXACTLY the same thing as a blockade, according to conservative logic.


Not just any old blockade... a ROLLING Blockade. That's like blockade x4, I mean just imagine, that sucker could turn up A N Y W H E R E. At least with a regular blockade the news chopper can give you a heads up and you can go around it and stuff, not so with a rolling one. Because you see it's always moving.
 
2014-01-10 03:46:29 PM  
LIGHT'EM UP!!!

i43.tinypic.com
 
2014-01-10 03:47:44 PM  

DROxINxTHExWIND: LOL. I have one screen on Fark and the other on work. Sometimes they mix. Hopefully, I'll never accidentally call my boss a n00b or a bigot because I got my monitors crossed.


/accountant


CSB(though not mine)

A friend of mine has a similar set up to you at his job. One day, he meant to post a "You be trollin" type image on whatever board he was on at the time, and accidentally included it in an email he was writing to his boss. His boss responded a couple minutes with "If you like your job, you will come to my office. Now." My friend panicked and practically ran to his bosses's office. When he got there, his boss unleashed a can of silly string at him. My friend stood there confused for a moment, at which point his boss said "You said I'm a troll, so I figured I'd troll you. Now get back to work and next time pay more attention to which web window is open."

/end CSB
//yes, he still works there
 
2014-01-10 03:48:06 PM  
I think that the question that we are all missing here is this... Was she a hot prohibition era floozy when she was 19? I mean like flashing ankles and everything like life owed her a good time and so she was gonna go out and chase it down if she had to by golly?
 
2014-01-10 03:48:19 PM  

Radioactive Ass: Cymbal: Study it out!

I'mma gonna get right on that. A new episode of Bones comes on tonight, also Blue Bloods for the NYPD angle. Oh and The Neighbors too, just for the NJ aspect of it. Maybe I'll see something that was missed! I get back to you. But first there are some youtube documentaries I need to look at to bone up on my sleuthing skillz.


You should prob mix in some House too. He was like a modern day Sherlock Holmes. And the show was set in New Jersey to boot!

House would have saved granny for sure.
 
2014-01-10 03:48:56 PM  
So.... Death Panels by traffic jams?  BRILLIANT!

/no one will care about this in a week
//especially non-East Coasters
///not like they were going to vote for him in the general election anyway.
 
2014-01-10 03:51:01 PM  

Cymbal: You should prob mix in some House too. He was like a modern day Sherlock Holmes. And the show was set in New Jersey to boot!

House would have saved granny for sure.


I never did  like House, not enough Lupus for my taste.

\one more episode of Sherlock to go this Sunday, can't forget that
 
2014-01-10 03:51:49 PM  
"grave concern"

pbs.twimg.com
 
2014-01-10 03:52:24 PM  

Radioactive Ass: I think that the question that we are all missing here is this... Was she a hot prohibition era floozy when she was 19? I mean like flashing ankles and everything like life owed her a good time and so she was gonna go out and chase it down if she had to by golly?


You mean those naughty flapper girls? Just thinking about them makes my nipples hard.
 
2014-01-10 03:54:08 PM  

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That's just a dead ambassador and some marines or seals or something or other. CHRISTIE'S REPUBLICAN, DAMMITALL.

Gee, that sounds awful bad. You think someone is going to look into that to find out what went wrong?
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She's got the Romney tiny-face thing going on.

What are you talking about?

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She has a face?

Here, I'll prove it to you.

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Still missing it. could be me.
 
2014-01-10 03:54:54 PM  
Grandma got run over by Chris Christie

Dying at home on the can
 
2014-01-10 03:56:24 PM  

Critch: Whatchoo Talkinbout: Crass and Jaded Mother Farker: "What difference, at this point, does it make?"

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That's just a dead ambassador and some marines or seals or something or other. CHRISTIE'S REPUBLICAN, DAMMITALL.

Are you familiar with the boy that cried wolf?  Republicans complained and called everything Obama did for 4 years a scandal and threatened impeachment.  There may have been something to Benghazi, who knows, but it got tossed on the pile of lies.  It got completely ignored in 2012, and is met with the same laughter as birthers are now.

It's kind of funny.  Christie was the only chance for the GOP to not get laughed out of the election.  Cruz/Santorum/etc. are not national contenders and would lead to a blowout of historic proportions.


The Obamacare rollout and IRS pile of lies? Exactly.
 
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