Skip to content
 
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.

(CNN) NewsFlash Turns out Californians took a look at states like Texas and Florida and aren't all that eager to throw a statewide COVID party   (cnn.com) divider line
    More: NewsFlash, Elections, Voting, Democracy, California, Election, California Gov. Gavin Newsom, Tuesday's recall election, recall effort  
•       •       •

8775 clicks; posted to Main » and Politics » on 15 Sep 2021 at 12:00 AM (6 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook


Want to get NewsFlash notifications in email?

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


Oldest | « | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | » | Newest | Show all

 
2021-09-15 2:05:16 AM  

Enigmamf: I wonder if this will set Elder up to be the GOP's standard bearer in next year's gubernatorial election? That would suck for Republicans :)


Fark user imageView Full Size
 
2021-09-15 2:05:50 AM  

Cyberluddite: For example: Santa Barbara is clearly SoCal, and it's obviously full of Dodgers fans.  Just up the road in San Luis Obispo, however, they think of themselves as part of NorCal, and everyone there roots for the Giants.


This map puts the dividing line for fans right in the middle of SLO county.  Probably pretty true since the city is halfway between LA and SF.  I am skeptical of it though because it shows some weird area where there are Angel fans, but I've never seen one in real life, ever.

Fark user imageView Full Size
 
2021-09-15 2:06:28 AM  
Fark user imageView Full Size
 
2021-09-15 2:06:58 AM  

TheDarkSaintOfGin: this could have been your Governor:
[Fark user image image 425x318]


LOOK AT THAT FACE

/he also likes French Laundry
//well any laundry as long as its warm
///and black


*Gasp.* He looks like our Sonny, and he, too, loves fresh laundry in dark colors. Your kitty has excellent taste and must be a Good Boy <3
Fark user imageView Full Size
 
2021-09-15 2:07:30 AM  
The Republican Party made a deal with the Devil and they thought there would be no consequences.  But, there will be consequences.  2022 will be a difficult time for the party of morons, for the party of dimwits, for the party of hate.

It's over, baby, the Wig Party is done.
 
2021-09-15 2:07:40 AM  

Sergeant Angle: Election fraud claims in 3..2..1..


You need to count up, because this began before the election even happened.
 
2021-09-15 2:11:04 AM  

kelderiv: Claiming election fraud with no evidence needs to be a felony. I'd be ok with it also being considered sedition. There needs to be consequences for lying. Big ones.


oh I'm sure there are. But unfortunately like most laws based on ethics they don't apply to Republicans.
 
2021-09-15 2:11:09 AM  

Cyberluddite: There is a simple test to determine whether (culturally at least) an area is considered Northern or Southern California, and that's this: Are most people in the area Giants fans, or Dodgers fans?  For the areas that are in the Central part of the state, the answer to that question invariably determines which side of the NorCal/SoCal divide it falls on. .... Just up the road in San Luis Obispo, however, they think of themselves as part of NorCal, and everyone there roots for the Giants


Jokes aside, the divisions you're referring have a long history. When the FCC carved up the nation into broadcast regions, it perhaps inadvertently created media markets. When baseball teams came along, they divided those media markets so that in most markets, only one team had exclusive access to broadcast their games. When cable TV came along those rules were blurred, but generally enforced with blackout rules.

As a result, the most popular MLB team in each county is almost always the team with exclusive broadcast rights in that market - and the popularity is caused by the media markets, not the other way around.

And I'm sorry to say, that metric places SLO in so-cal territory. (Though you might get a misleading impression in the city, where a lot of bay-area kids live to attend college)
 
2021-09-15 2:12:05 AM  

Quick and Dirty: BeautifulOnes: Quick and Dirty: Well, geez. I'm not even a big fan of "Cali" and I'm super mad at the person who came up with the word "Cali" -- spent a lot of years there -- lived a couple of years in L.A. and it's a whole different ecosystem.

I have a story about ripping apart a rotisserie chicken at a picnic in a graveyard, while watching classic movies being screened on the wall of a mausoleum -- everyone there was horrified, but they still ate the chicken -- even the guy with the weepy eye.

Like I said: It's an entire different world over there, so I'm not sure what I was expecting from you Californians, but on the whole I'm proud of you. Good job.

[Youtube-video https://www.youtube.com/embed/dCer2e0t​8r8]


Hollywood Forever Cemetery on Santa Monica Blvd., amirite?

/Coming to America screening next Saturday
//The SNL Californians skit hits too close to home whenever I'm giving directions somewhere
///Ah, California, don't ever change. . .

That sounds about right!

The one thing I'll never forget about moving from California back to the South is the stoplights -- out there when the light goes green, everyone just goes -- out here the light goes green and I'm like: OH FOR THE LOVE OF GOD HURRY UP.


Maybe it has occurred to you that they don't want to get t-boned bu a car running a red light?
 
2021-09-15 2:12:30 AM  

dark brew: Cyberluddite: For example: Santa Barbara is clearly SoCal, and it's obviously full of Dodgers fans.  Just up the road in San Luis Obispo, however, they think of themselves as part of NorCal, and everyone there roots for the Giants.

This map puts the dividing line for fans right in the middle of SLO county.  Probably pretty true since the city is halfway between LA and SF.  I am skeptical of it though because it shows some weird area where there are Angel fans, but I've never seen one in real life, ever.

[Fark user image image 850x566]


Why is the Bay Area colored in red?
 
2021-09-15 2:13:58 AM  

dark brew: TheJoe03: Skeleton Man: Sergeant Angle: Election fraud claims in 3..2..1..

Maybe there was election fraud. I find it hard to believe that 33% of Californians are death cultists. But I've never been there myself, so.

The entire central valley outside of like Sacramento is a depressing shiat show. Drive on 5 between the Bay and LA and you get to see it for yourself. Awful drive and all the towns are hick central.

I refuse to make that drive on the 5 anymore.  The majority of it is only 2 lanes in each direction, which just results in one long 70 mph fluid traffic jam in the left lane.  A third lane should have been added 20 years ago but we don't spend much on infrastructure these days.


People laugh about the bullet train through the Dead Zone in the Central Valley thing, but it's to address precisely what you are posting about here.

Hugely expensive, yes....but not really that bad of an idea.
 
2021-09-15 2:14:22 AM  
I'd also like to point out that the dividing line falls apart w/ basketball, b/c the Warriors were so bad for so long, and the Lakers were the Lakers. And the Raiders really farked everything up; to this day, there are more Raiders fans in LA than either the Bay Area or Las Vegas.
 
2021-09-15 2:16:12 AM  

johnny_vegas: TwowheelinTim: Northern CA starts at the Sonoma line

Reasonably you should be right, but most Californians don't feel that way


Yeah I know *sigh*
 
2021-09-15 2:17:48 AM  

AllCatsAreBeautiful: dark brew: Cyberluddite: For example: Santa Barbara is clearly SoCal, and it's obviously full of Dodgers fans.  Just up the road in San Luis Obispo, however, they think of themselves as part of NorCal, and everyone there roots for the Giants.

This map puts the dividing line for fans right in the middle of SLO county.  Probably pretty true since the city is halfway between LA and SF.  I am skeptical of it though because it shows some weird area where there are Angel fans, but I've never seen one in real life, ever.

[Fark user image image 850x566]

Why is the Bay Area colored in red?


Those garbage Niners fans.
 
2021-09-15 2:17:49 AM  

dark brew: Cyberluddite: For example: Santa Barbara is clearly SoCal, and it's obviously full of Dodgers fans.  Just up the road in San Luis Obispo, however, they think of themselves as part of NorCal, and everyone there roots for the Giants.

This map puts the dividing line for fans right in the middle of SLO county.  Probably pretty true since the city is halfway between LA and SF.  I am skeptical of it though because it shows some weird area where there are Angel fans, but I've never seen one in real life, ever.

[Fark user image 850x566]


I've placed a star where SLO is. That roughly horizontal line above it is the county border. So your map also places pretty much all of San Luis Obispo county is Dodger territory, which makes sense since it's in the Santa Barbara media market, and all its stations broadcast from either Santa Barbara or Santa Maria. 

Fark user imageView Full Size
 
2021-09-15 2:18:16 AM  
So relieved.
 
2021-09-15 2:20:36 AM  

skybird659: Duck_of_Doom: skybird659: maxandgrinch: Damn, I was hoping out of the 50+ candidates who tossed their name in the mud slinger and we'd get some random Colorado pot enthusiast or an Olympic medal winner....

[Fark user image 425x318]

Caitlyn Jenner never competed in the Olympics, that was Bruce Jenner. You know, her 'dead' name.

Are they not the same person, just more in line with who she is? Or is the medal revoked because first names don't match?

Do you need to sit and think about what you just posted?

Have you ever talked to a trans about their 'dead' name? The woman Caitlyn never competted. The man Bruce does not exist anymore.


"A trans"?

fark off
 
2021-09-15 2:21:20 AM  
Incoming memes from other sources...
Fark user imageView Full Size

Fark user imageView Full Size
 
2021-09-15 2:22:38 AM  

Vitamin_R: TheJoe03: Skeleton Man: Sergeant Angle: Election fraud claims in 3..2..1..

Maybe there was election fraud. I find it hard to believe that 33% of Californians are death cultists. But I've never been there myself, so.

The entire central valley outside of like Sacramento is a depressing shiat show. Drive on 5 between the Bay and LA and you get to see it for yourself. Awful drive and all the towns are hick central.

If you want to see a real shiat show, drive down the 99 from Sacramento to Bakersfield. Yes, I live in a blue state, yet I am surrounded and outnumbered by MAGAT pieces of shiat.


You're suggesting someone should go TO Bakersfield? Boy, you must have a lot of hate in your heart to wish that on a person.
 
2021-09-15 2:23:53 AM  

Enigmamf: dark brew: Cyberluddite: For example: Santa Barbara is clearly SoCal, and it's obviously full of Dodgers fans.  Just up the road in San Luis Obispo, however, they think of themselves as part of NorCal, and everyone there roots for the Giants.

This map puts the dividing line for fans right in the middle of SLO county.  Probably pretty true since the city is halfway between LA and SF.  I am skeptical of it though because it shows some weird area where there are Angel fans, but I've never seen one in real life, ever.

[Fark user image 850x566]

I've placed a star where SLO is. That roughly horizontal line above it is the county border. So your map also places pretty much all of San Luis Obispo county is Dodger territory, which makes sense since it's in the Santa Barbara media market, and all its stations broadcast from either Santa Barbara or Santa Maria. 

[Fark user image 850x566]


I was just going off of the article I stole the map from, but your explanation makes more sense. I've been to SLO a many times, doesn't strike me as an area with a bunch of useless degenerate Giant fans.
 
2021-09-15 2:24:08 AM  

jvl: kelderiv: Claiming election fraud with no evidence needs to be a felony. I'd be ok with it also being considered sedition. There needs to be consequences for lying. Big ones.

You would like to throw out the First Amendment and make lying a crime. Did I understand that correctly? When Trump was in charge of the executive and directing the FBI and US Attorneys, you would have liked it if he would have determined who was lying and charge them with felonies.

Or did you mean just on the state level? Like, you think Alabama's elected officials should be able to determine who is lying and charge them with a felony. You know Juries decide what the facts of the case are, right? So you're okay with an Alabama jury deciding whether or not someone is lying about covid's existence.

I see no flaw in this plan. It's a shame this country has no history with a 'Sedition Act' that does something similar so you could just read about how that kind of thing would work out.


The first amendment is over 200 years out of date and needs retooling to handle modern fascism
 
2021-09-15 2:24:48 AM  
Republicans cannot win the governorship in a free and fair election here in CA unless they run a well-known celebrity, a concept they supposedly despise but is really ok so long as the celebrity identifies as (R). It was a goddam waste of our state's time, resources and $. We need to change the recall laws, otherwise the dipshiats will keep trying it.
 
2021-09-15 2:26:05 AM  

Bazzlex001: Vitamin_R: TheJoe03: Skeleton Man: Sergeant Angle: Election fraud claims in 3..2..1..

Maybe there was election fraud. I find it hard to believe that 33% of Californians are death cultists. But I've never been there myself, so.

The entire central valley outside of like Sacramento is a depressing shiat show. Drive on 5 between the Bay and LA and you get to see it for yourself. Awful drive and all the towns are hick central.

If you want to see a real shiat show, drive down the 99 from Sacramento to Bakersfield. Yes, I live in a blue state, yet I am surrounded and outnumbered by MAGAT pieces of shiat.

You're suggesting someone should go TO Bakersfield? Boy, you must have a lot of hate in your heart to wish that on a person.


To be fair, they said to go there from Sacramento.  That's just trading one hellhole for another.
 
2021-09-15 2:26:18 AM  

BeautifulOnes: They're now identified as a Trump party because of their embrace of that chucklehead Elder, instead of someone more mainstream CA GOP like Faulconer.  In a diverse state like CA, why would they do something like that?


Because the inmates have taken over the asylum.

Narcissist pedophile traitor out front shoulda told you.
 
2021-09-15 2:27:18 AM  

Smoking GNU: wandero: Ha ha. Cram it, Elder.

Sergeant Angle: Election fraud claims in 3..2..1..

Elder had those claims ready to go yesterday. He's too Trumpy to go by actual reality.

Trump threw up the claim weeks ago too.


Regurgitated. I believe the correct term is regurgitated.
 
2021-09-15 2:28:11 AM  
Made a thing

Fark user imageView Full Size
 
2021-09-15 2:30:12 AM  

State_College_Arsonist: You get what you voted for, California, have fun with that.


Among the highest vaccination rates and lowest COVID cases per capita in the US. Sounds good. :D

/ Oh and tacos
// And other tasty food
 
2021-09-15 2:30:17 AM  

Enigmamf: Sir Paul: Enigmamf: anfrind: Skeleton Man: Sergeant Angle: Election fraud claims in 3..2..1..

Maybe there was election fraud. I find it hard to believe that 33% of Californians are death cultists. But I've never been there myself, so.

The rural parts of the state tend to be just as red as any red state, especially the far north and the Central Valley.

In fact, if you drive down any major highway in the Central Valley, you'll likely see several "Congress created dust bowl" signs, arguing that the California drought is a hoax intended to put hardworking farmers out of business so that they'll have to go on welfare and become Democrats.

There is at least some basis to their claims - they argue that less water should be set aside for wildlife / fish preservation in the delta. In dry years currently, environmental uses (species protection and salinity standards) are allocated about 60% of delta inflows.

As a Central Valley resident, I'd like to point out that Congress appropriated the money for the Central Valley Project, and the Army Corps dams that time releases with the growing seasons, and the Bureau of Reclamation projects, and the levees, and a lot of infrastructure to move water south where it's sold to the contractors at below market rates.

If Congress also says we have to keep the Delta alive, that's their prerogative.

That's actually not true at all - it doesn't matter a whit who paid for the projects. The EPA oversees the rule-making process that determines what water can be used, and their rulings carry every bit as much force over state and local projects as federal projects.

And that doesn't address my point at all: It is a decision to use the amount of water we use. I think it's generally good science, but it is a decision we have made. The farmers with their highway propaganda are arguing against that decision - not "arguing that the California drought is a hoax" as was claimed above.


It turns out all of us are right

The drought is a hoax:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Califor​n​ia_drought_manipulation_conspiracy_the​ory

https://www.thegwpf.com/ignore-climat​e​-hysteria-californias-permanent-drough​t-was-fake-news/

It's Congress's Fault:

i.guim.co.ukView Full Size


californiaagtoday.comView Full Size


Courts and the EPA control the water:

https://www.watereducation.org/aquape​d​ia/sacramento-san-joaquin-delta-water-​distribution
 
2021-09-15 2:32:40 AM  
point and laugh at the inland valley trash!
 
2021-09-15 2:33:48 AM  

TwowheelinTim: Quick and Dirty: BeautifulOnes: Quick and Dirty: Well, geez. I'm not even a big fan of "Cali" and I'm super mad at the person who came up with the word "Cali" -- spent a lot of years there -- lived a couple of years in L.A. and it's a whole different ecosystem.

I have a story about ripping apart a rotisserie chicken at a picnic in a graveyard, while watching classic movies being screened on the wall of a mausoleum -- everyone there was horrified, but they still ate the chicken -- even the guy with the weepy eye.

Like I said: It's an entire different world over there, so I'm not sure what I was expecting from you Californians, but on the whole I'm proud of you. Good job.

[Youtube-video https://www.youtube.com/embed/dCer2e0t​8r8]


Hollywood Forever Cemetery on Santa Monica Blvd., amirite?

/Coming to America screening next Saturday
//The SNL Californians skit hits too close to home whenever I'm giving directions somewhere
///Ah, California, don't ever change. . .

That sounds about right!

The one thing I'll never forget about moving from California back to the South is the stoplights -- out there when the light goes green, everyone just goes -- out here the light goes green and I'm like: OH FOR THE LOVE OF GOD HURRY UP.

Maybe it has occurred to you that they don't want to get t-boned bu a car running a red light?


in my 3 years of living in Long Beach, I never once saw anyone get t-boned. Suck it, Anecdotal Gods!

:)
 
2021-09-15 2:34:09 AM  

Cyberluddite: johnny_vegas: TwowheelinTim: Northern CA starts at the Sonoma line

Reasonably you should be right, but most Californians don't feel that way

There is a simple test to determine whether (culturally at least) an area is considered Northern or Southern California, and that's this: Are most people in the area Giants fans, or Dodgers fans?  For the areas that are in the Central part of the state, the answer to that question invariably determines which side of the NorCal/SoCal divide it falls on.

For example: Santa Barbara is clearly SoCal, and it's obviously full of Dodgers fans.  Just up the road in San Luis Obispo, however, they think of themselves as part of NorCal, and everyone there roots for the Giants.  Similarly, in Fresno they're Giants fans, and Fresno is deemed NorCal, but the next shiathole to the South, Bakersfield, is clearly SoCal and so everyone there is a Dodgers fan.

This is a universal truth, there's no denying it.

(There also happens to be a similar line somewhere in Oregon, a little north of Eugene, where everyone to the south roots for the Giants and everyone to the north roots for the Mariners, but that's a different topic because we're talking about California here.)


You seem to be missing the point that he suggested THREE states. You're suggesting only two. Get with the program.
 
2021-09-15 2:36:05 AM  
Not gonna complain about good news splattering across the screen at this hour, we need to deal with these CHUDS.
 
2021-09-15 2:36:11 AM  

hundreddollarman: State_College_Arsonist: You get what you voted for, California, have fun with that.

Among the highest vaccination rates and lowest COVID cases per capita in the US. Sounds good. :D

/ Oh and tacos
// And other tasty food


We have some pretty good deli here, too. I used to live in NYC, so not gonna go too far with the comparisons. But popped by Sherman's Deli in Palm Springs recently for a pastrami sandwich with chopped liver on rye and a side of potato salad. Lots of deli mustard and pickles - yum!
 
2021-09-15 2:36:16 AM  
He added: "By the way, we may have lost the battle, but we are going to win the war."

Fark user imageView Full Size


Larry, you and your kind lost the war a long, long time ago.
 
2021-09-15 2:37:24 AM  

Enigmamf: Cyberluddite: There is a simple test to determine whether (culturally at least) an area is considered Northern or Southern California, and that's this: Are most people in the area Giants fans, or Dodgers fans?

I'd guess most people in most of the state don't care enough about baseball to call themselves fans of any of the state's four teams *cough*.


There was a time when I might have cared to point out that there are 5, but, well, Oakland... never mind.
 
2021-09-15 2:43:27 AM  

Quick and Dirty: TwowheelinTim: Quick and Dirty: BeautifulOnes: Quick and Dirty: Well, geez. I'm not even a big fan of "Cali" and I'm super mad at the person who came up with the word "Cali" -- spent a lot of years there -- lived a couple of years in L.A. and it's a whole different ecosystem.

I have a story about ripping apart a rotisserie chicken at a picnic in a graveyard, while watching classic movies being screened on the wall of a mausoleum -- everyone there was horrified, but they still ate the chicken -- even the guy with the weepy eye.

Like I said: It's an entire different world over there, so I'm not sure what I was expecting from you Californians, but on the whole I'm proud of you. Good job.

[Youtube-video https://www.youtube.com/embed/dCer2e0t​8r8]


Hollywood Forever Cemetery on Santa Monica Blvd., amirite?

/Coming to America screening next Saturday
//The SNL Californians skit hits too close to home whenever I'm giving directions somewhere
///Ah, California, don't ever change. . .

That sounds about right!

The one thing I'll never forget about moving from California back to the South is the stoplights -- out there when the light goes green, everyone just goes -- out here the light goes green and I'm like: OH FOR THE LOVE OF GOD HURRY UP.

Maybe it has occurred to you that they don't want to get t-boned bu a car running a red light?

in my 3 years of living in Long Beach, I never once saw anyone get t-boned. Suck it, Anecdotal Gods!

:)


That's because people don't rush into the intersection after the light changes. Isn't that the complaint? Sounds like a win for  me.
 
2021-09-15 2:43:44 AM  

NephilimNexus: He added: "By the way, we may have lost the battle, but we are going to win the war."

[Fark user image image 430x323]

Larry, you and your kind lost the war a long, long time ago.


The war isn't over yet because they still exist, like malaria that hides out in the liver when you pump the body full of drugs to kill it, only to sprout up anew sometime later when you least expect it.
 
2021-09-15 2:45:06 AM  
My home state got it right. Again.
 
2021-09-15 2:45:19 AM  

Karma Chameleon: So the libs weren't spited? I shoved horse dewormer up my ass for nothing?


The real treasure was the friends you made along the way.
 
2021-09-15 2:45:25 AM  
I love that CNN's live election coverage ran out of things to talk about because it was a boring election.

California typically sets national trends. Be like us, other 49 states: have boring elections.
 
2021-09-15 2:49:18 AM  

AllCatsAreBeautiful: dark brew: Cyberluddite: For example: Santa Barbara is clearly SoCal, and it's obviously full of Dodgers fans.  Just up the road in San Luis Obispo, however, they think of themselves as part of NorCal, and everyone there roots for the Giants.

This map puts the dividing line for fans right in the middle of SLO county.  Probably pretty true since the city is halfway between LA and SF.  I am skeptical of it though because it shows some weird area where there are Angel fans, but I've never seen one in real life, ever.

[Fark user image image 850x566]

Why is the Bay Area colored in red?


That's Giants orange.
 
2021-09-15 2:50:22 AM  
Oh thank god. Well done, California.
 
2021-09-15 2:50:43 AM  

Herb Utsmelz: demonfaerie: Recalling a governor never works, just ask Wisconsin.

Western Coloradoans where I live tried to recall Gov. Polis a couple years ago. It turns out being a gay Democrat didn't fetch enough signatures as they wanted it to. Never got the ballot. I had a great time on Facebook with my local MAGAts after that.


Yes, the HQ for that was in Woodland Park near me, people were worried about more important things.
 
2021-09-15 2:54:28 AM  

mofa: I love that CNN's live election coverage ran out of things to talk about because it was a boring election.

California typically sets national trends. Be like us, other 49 states: have boring elections.


I'm in WA. We got that covered.
 
2021-09-15 3:06:41 AM  

Quick and Dirty: TwowheelinTim: Quick and Dirty: BeautifulOnes: Quick and Dirty: Well, geez. I'm not even a big fan of "Cali" and I'm super mad at the person who came up with the word "Cali" -- spent a lot of years there -- lived a couple of years in L.A. and it's a whole different ecosystem.

I have a story about ripping apart a rotisserie chicken at a picnic in a graveyard, while watching classic movies being screened on the wall of a mausoleum -- everyone there was horrified, but they still ate the chicken -- even the guy with the weepy eye.

Like I said: It's an entire different world over there, so I'm not sure what I was expecting from you Californians, but on the whole I'm proud of you. Good job.

[Youtube-video https://www.youtube.com/embed/dCer2e0t​8r8]


Hollywood Forever Cemetery on Santa Monica Blvd., amirite?

/Coming to America screening next Saturday
//The SNL Californians skit hits too close to home whenever I'm giving directions somewhere
///Ah, California, don't ever change. . .

That sounds about right!

The one thing I'll never forget about moving from California back to the South is the stoplights -- out there when the light goes green, everyone just goes -- out here the light goes green and I'm like: OH FOR THE LOVE OF GOD HURRY UP.

Maybe it has occurred to you that they don't want to get t-boned bu a car running a red light?

in my 3 years of living in Long Beach, I never once saw anyone get t-boned. Suck it, Anecdotal Gods!

:)


Oh. And I suggest you go hang out by the traffic circle for an afternoon if you want to see some carnage. Find an elevated vantage point and bring some beers and cannabis.

You're welcome
 
2021-09-15 3:11:06 AM  

make me some tea: The other thread was better.


you should recall the recall thread!
 
2021-09-15 3:14:29 AM  
Thank god it was the Colin Farrel Recall and not the Arnold Recall.

Fark user imageView Full Size


Recall Recall Recall
 
2021-09-15 3:17:34 AM  

djslowdive: mofa: I love that CNN's live election coverage ran out of things to talk about because it was a boring election.

California typically sets national trends. Be like us, other 49 states: have boring elections.

I'm in WA. We got that covered.


One of my group texts from earlier tonight:
Fark user imageView Full Size
 
2021-09-15 3:18:04 AM  

Moniker o' Shame: News Flash!  Nobody that does not live in California gives a flying.


wat
 
2021-09-15 3:23:13 AM  

Enigmamf: . When the FCC carved up the nation into broadcast regions, it perhaps inadvertently created media markets. When baseball teams came along, they divided those media markets so that in most markets, only one team had exclusive access to broadcast their games.


Interesting, even to a non-sports guy like myself.  Never thought about that before.
 
Displayed 50 of 473 comments


Oldest | « | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | » | Newest | Show all


View Voting Results: Smartest and Funniest

This thread is closed to new comments.

Continue Farking




On Twitter


  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.