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October 28th, 2016 @ 12:45AM

MEMBER SINCE:April 27th, 2003
LAST ONLINE:October 28th, 2016 @ 12:45AM
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    IN RESPONSE TO: PSA - Kim Dotcom's "you got mail" tweet to Wikileaks is saying that he sent Hillary's 33k emails to Wikileaks. His next tweet that he sent to Trey Gowdy instructs how federal official's can verify the SOON-TO-BE-RELEASED HILLARY DELETED EMAIL LEAKS.

    I think this was a troll job. The suggestion was to obtain the emails from the NSA. Gee, thanks.

    Edit: NSA, not NBA. Stupid autocorrect.

    EDITED: 2016-10-27 03:44:54

    Posted: October 27th, 2016 @ 2:11AM
    IN RESPONSE TO: Vote for Trump 2016

    If meowah bothered to look at Charkoth's previous comments, she would know that Charkoth is not a Trump fan and has said he wouldn't vote for Trump.

    Personally, I can't stand Trump but I hate Clinton even more. Until a few weeks ago, I was going to abstain from casting a vote in the presidential race. However, now that it's clear the news media is in bed with the Clintons, I will vote for Trump. If nothing else, it's a total F-you vote.

    I've previously expressed concern about SCOTUS nominees. I really worry about Clinton naming 2-3 justices. I'm a firm believer in the 2nd Amendment as interpreted by the Heller decision. There's no doubt that Clinton will do her best to pack the house with leftist who will erode the individual right to bear arms. This, more than anything, is what will get me to vote for Trump.

    As for Trump's temperament...let's just say I think a Trump presidency would be a one term affair marked by gridlock. I'm okay with that. The federal government doing nothing is better than the direction it has been trending for the last 24 years. If Trump can at least stem the tide of illegals flowing into this country, maybe boot a few of them out, and pack the SCOTUS with conservatives then that's a win.

    I don't believe Trump would start a nuclear war. A president only has that kind of power based on our "launch on warning" defensive posture. So if he pops off some nukes, it's because he received information that we are under attack. He couldn't just pick up the phone and start an offensive nuclear attack. There's too many people between him and the missile controllers that would prevent that from happening.

    As for the rest of it, it's all nonsense scare talk. Not much would change under Trump. Roe v Wade isn't going anywhere. Gay rights aren't going anywhere. Trade deals probably won't be renegotiated. American relations with the rest of the world probably won't get worse than they already are.

    Posted: October 25th, 2016 @ 12:00PM
    IN RESPONSE TO: Walking Dead

    This show is awful. I'm just playing out the string at this point. It's like watching the last 3-4 seasons of Entourage. An equally vapid show that hit an early peak and then coasted.


    More than the Glenn or Abraham deaths, I was mortified by the suggestion that Rick would have to amputate Carl's left arm.

    Posted: October 24th, 2016 @ 6:04PM
    IN RESPONSE TO: Election 2016 (Pro-Trump!)

    Re: Trump roasting Hillary at the Al Smith dinner...it's nice to see that Maria Bartiromo still has it together (red dress over Trump's shoulder).
    Posted: October 21st, 2016 @ 2:40AM
    IN RESPONSE TO: I like Caulk

    No tape. And no home improvement advice from a woman.
    Posted: October 10th, 2016 @ 6:23PM
    IN RESPONSE TO: Election & Debate Follow-up

    My hope is that the damage done by whomever is elected is limited to one term. Good quality candidates have about three years to get ready for 2020.
    Posted: October 1st, 2016 @ 2:03PM
    IN RESPONSE TO: Epic Debate of all time Tonight at 6 pm!

    That was a completely accurate summation, Bivrip. I saw the Trump I expected to see. That is to say, unprepared, evasive, and unable to articulate policies. His attempts to attack Clinton were obvious and ponderous. The differences in their preparation styles was evident. With that said, listening to Clinton speak is like nails on a chalk board to me. It causes me physical discomfort. I only survived about 25 minutes before I had to flip over to Monday Night Football.

    Under no circumstances will I vote for Clinton. The only reason I can think of to vote for Trump:

    Get conservative justices on the SCOTUS

    It's the most compelling reason I can think of, and it's not a small matter. There is one vacancy and both Thomas and Ginsburg are looking to step down. The next President could swing SCOTUS +2 to the left or right. This situation could last past 2050 depending on the breaks.

    Posted: September 27th, 2016 @ 2:30AM
    IN RESPONSE TO: Epic Debate of all time Tonight at 6 pm!

    When was the last substantive presidential debate? Sometime in the 1980s? It's mainly a battle of soundbites and zingers now.
    Posted: September 26th, 2016 @ 6:03PM
    IN RESPONSE TO: M.Bacon at Dland Paris

    This is your opportunity to clear out the hoarder house!
    Posted: September 25th, 2016 @ 5:59AM
    IN RESPONSE TO: The funniest shit

    Okay, I'll admit it. I laughed.
    Posted: September 17th, 2016 @ 4:55PM
    IN RESPONSE TO: Painted my fence

    Lord how I hate painting.
    Posted: September 12th, 2016 @ 1:57AM
    IN RESPONSE TO: "Worth"

    This is just another passing fad, joining the ranks of "totally", "that's hot", "radical", "bling", etc.
    Posted: September 8th, 2016 @ 5:53PM
    IN RESPONSE TO: My Rank in Longest Employee

    I take it you mean longest tenured.
    Posted: September 8th, 2016 @ 2:20PM
    IN RESPONSE TO: O Canada

    I think it's both amusing and disturbing that we're passing judgment on Nebu's baby-mama (aka HLM) on a public forum with limited information. With that said, here goes...

    From paying attention over the years, here's the facts that I can recollect:

    -HLM has a background in accounting. She hasn't worked a traditional job since having a child (M. Bacon) in January of 2008.

    -There is some outside income from HLM involving rental properties in Oregon. It doesn't seem to produce much income and I think there are other members of the family with a financial interest. The properties require occasional "vacation" trips which sound like drudgery.

    -HLM has hording tendencies and Nebu makes no mention of any outstanding homemaking qualities (eg. great home cooked meals, good financial planner, great budget shopper, etc.). Nebu makes no complaint about HLM's motherly qualities, so I assume that area is good.

    -M. Bacon is 8 (turning 9 in Jan) and is likely starting 3rd grade. E-kid, HLM's child from a prior relationship, is probably around 14 now and should be in high school.

    -Nebu's career has not advanced. His salary and bonuses have been cut. He has gone into his 401k and savings to pay for things like housing. His expense structure has gone up due to vacations, inflation, and added structural expenses (primarily housing and everything that is associated with it).

    If these facts paint a mostly accurate picture of the situation, the necessary action is crystal clear. HLM needs to get a job. At worst, she should be able to make $30-40,000 per year. I believe $60-70,000 could be in range as well. A full time job during normal business hours would have minimal impact on the parenting of M. Bacon and E-kid. There might be minor expenses for pre or post school care. At this point, E-kid can watch M. Bacon for a few hours here and there. During the summer, there's summer camp. Yeah, it's an expense, but M. Bacon would be socially active and the cost of the camp would certainly not exceed the income that HLM would produce.

    From 2008-2013, an argument could be made for HLM to be a stay-at-home Mom. Now that E-kid is older and M.Bacon is a full time student, there is no compelling economic reason for HLM to remain at home.
    Nebu is in a financial death spiral of a stagnant career coupled with rising costs at home.

    Nebu: You need to fucking snap out of it man. Back in 2009, a now relatively well known Internet blogger took you to task for not holding HLM accountable. He more or less predicted what your life would become. Take some time to re-read the piece. Take the lessons to heart and make some shit happen.

    Roosh rips Nebu's ass

    EDIT: fixed minor grammar errors

    EDITED: 2016-08-31 08:55:32

    Posted: August 31st, 2016 @ 8:52AM
    IN RESPONSE TO: O Canada

    Dude, if your wife / baby mama isn't working a job that produces steady income, it's time to make that happen.
    Posted: August 17th, 2016 @ 9:16AM
    IN RESPONSE TO: Auto Lending: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO)

    That hilarious episode about how the Clinton Foundation was really the State Department for sale to the highest bidder is coming any day now...
    Posted: August 16th, 2016 @ 8:14PM
    IN RESPONSE TO: Saturday Random News

    This is the kind of hard hitting research we've been missing out on this past year!

    EDITED: 2016-08-15 10:28:43

    Posted: August 15th, 2016 @ 4:55AM
    IN RESPONSE TO: Saturday Random News

    Man, I really thought it was -stein at the end.

    Here's a write-up that examines the issues that RRP raises:


    Posted: August 8th, 2016 @ 8:24PM
    IN RESPONSE TO: Asian Preggers Scam

    My father-in-law in NJ works with an Chinese guy whose family did exactly this. It isn't some urban legend. The only question is how widespread is the scam and how much is it draining? I'd guess billions, but who knows.
    Posted: August 2nd, 2016 @ 12:07PM
    IN RESPONSE TO: Wednesday Random News

    Six replies in a political thread and I agree with all six! What is happening to this site?
    Posted: July 28th, 2016 @ 8:26PM

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