Aunty Acid, perfect for Wednesday Eve



Have a lovely day!

[Important update from TiFW]:

UPDATE – Hotspur

Stupid women’s shoes – part 1.

When this fat bitch breaks her leg, she’ll sue the hospital.

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514 Comments

  1. I Grok This

  2. Aunty Acid is a Nobel finalist. No?

  3. Heh, nice disturbing nic, PG.

  4. I should do that with the get well cards.

  5. From the previous poat:

    3:50 pm CT || Departs San Antonio
    4:25 pm CT || Arrives Austin

    35 minutes to get from SA to Aus? He must be taking AF1. It’s every bit of 90 miles.

  6. Heh, nice disturbing nic, PG.

    I was watching these three little boys playing in the sprinkler yesterday……..

    (to soon?)

  7. Past time to get moving. Y’all have a good day.

  8. Yeah, he’s been taking AF1 for short hops, it seems. Oh well, probably better than flying a commercial bus down there.

  9. That gas can story? Ask Wiserbud about it, I think his BIL owns the company.

    it’s true, if you use gasoline to start a fire in your fireplace and things go wrong, its the fault of the gas can manufacturer.

  10. Maybe it’s a cousin.

  11. Holy Crap! This guy is a narcissistic douche of the highest order (pun intended):
    http://weaselzippers.us/2012/07/16/obama-says-he-failed-at-middle-east-peace-process/

  12. Tort reform.

  13. Three and a half years as prez and he learns the valuable lesson that people need to want peace? Genius.

    Of course, I’m sure he blames the Israelis equally. Dickhole

  14. Mare – fix that typo for me, would you?

  15. Fixed it.

  16. Or did you mean your extraneous space prior to the question mark, rather than your appalling apostrophe abuse?

  17. He certainly does think highly of himself, doesn’t he? Even Jimmy Carter has done more in the Middle East.

  18. Fixed that, too.

  19. First Car in says dickhole, now leon is giving grammar and spelling lessons. How many Hotspurs do we need?

  20. While using safari, for the last day or two, when I want to “x” out of a tab it doesn’t show that option. Anyone know how I screwed that up?

  21. From JWF, Ace has it in his sidebar too:

    http://www.jammiewf.com/2012/exhaustive-politico-investigation-unearths-obama-secret/

    pathetic

  22. The ONLY thing I respect the Obama’s for…I think the kiss cam is idiotic and often gross:

    http://tinyurl.com/c29xsth

  23. You can’t go to full boil so soon, mare. you have to ease into it.

  24. Mare, I’m glad hotair left the pictures for that in a link. Ain’t no way I want to heave my breakfast so soon after swallowing it.

    What is wrong with the boo-ers? WTF would anyone want to see a homosexual force himself to kiss a klingon.

  25. It would be like watching Bubba give a big ol wet one to Hillary.

    *shudders*

    *forces raisins and bran back down gullet*

  26. Yeah, I don’t want to see them kiss, them or anyone else. Watching ugly people kiss is sickening.

  27. Your biggest problem, Mare, is you’re one of the 11 remaining people who are actually using Safari.

  28. Bootleg rental car upgrade!

  29. Yay! No Smart Car for pupster!

  30. Works fine for me, just developed this little glitch yesterday.

  31. I really shouldn’t read ZeroHedge. It’s too terrifying. I should go back to Lovecraft. The monsters were less scary.

    Also, I started thawing the turkey last night.

  32. How big is the turkey, leon?

  33. Had to shut down the computer to get the whole deal right again.

  34. Was the X just hidden, mare? Can you mouse over the tab, and have it appear?

    I don’t use Safari, so I’m not familiar with it. In Firefox, Chrome, and IE, you can right click and select close tab, also.

  35. Jon Lord is dead.

  36. I think it’s a 15# bird, Jay. Are you concerned it will be insufficient to feed the masses? I could acquire a fresh one as well.

  37. No, that is the right size. I was wondering because of the size of the pot. Can’t get much bigger than that.

  38. I was on my iPhone, so I actually didn’t see the extra space. I meant the apostrophe.

    *high five’s Leon

  39. I’ll check when I get home. I try not to buy anything over 15. Worst case, we cut the wings off. Or spatchcock the spine out of it.

    Laura’s a big fan of spatchcocking, iirc.

  40. Have you ever used an injector for a turkey? It’s quite tasty, especially for fried turkey. I have one I will bring along.

  41. Heh, you don’t spatchcock for a fried turkey. You need the cavity to cook from the inside, too.

  42. Thanks’ for’ editing’ Car in’s comment, leon’. Makes it more’ readable’.

  43. Ok, took daughter to the doctor. Then home depot for paint for upstairs door and bathroom.

    I’m gonna eat then start painting.

    (daughter had what we thought was a cut or something on her foot – it’s HUGE wart. HUGE)

    SPATCHCOCK

  44. Thanks’ for’ editing’ Car in’s comment, leon’. Makes it more’ readable’.

    Imma gonna hire Leon to do that all the time.

  45. Kindle’ Fire!

  46. Don’t get in a hurry, car’ in, you dont’ want to eat’ any paint.

  47. We could cut out the spine and then wrap it over a wire frame with some twine. Mothafuggin’ bootleg turkey fry.

  48. Car in, did you leave the wart with the Dr.?

  49. No, beasn. we’ve got to soften it up for a month or so until he can freeze it off.

  50. We could cut out the spine and then wrap it over a wire frame with some twine. Mothafuggin’ bootleg turkey fry.

    Sounds like too much work. Let’s just leave it wrapped around the rib cage.

  51. (daughter had what we thought was a cut or something on her foot – it’s HUGE wart. HUGE)
    ======

    That’s what you get for kicking Rosetta in the poon………………

  52. “we’ve got to soften it up for a month or so”

    How do you do that?

  53. Do you live near Ted Nugent, mare? I detect some similarities in writing style.

    http://www.humanevents.com/2012/07/17/more-guns-equal-less-goons/

  54. I don’t understand this. I didn’t know that “administrations” can just give money away.

    http://tinyurl.com/7p4hwwc

    F’ing baby killer.

  55. Impotent update added!
    (Hope you don’t mind, J’Ames – feel free to delete it….)

  56. Heh:

  57. Heck no, TiFW! It’s fitting’.

  58. It’s really a shame that Roe v Wade wasn’t decided in 1960…..

  59. HA! Ted calls a flaming pile a flaming pile. Me likey.

  60. Good version of the Patriot Post today (where’ I got that cartoon from):

    http://patriotpost.us/humor/14141/

  61. You soften up a wart by putting that acid stuff on it. You’re basically just removing the top layer so he can freeze out the root.

  62. Car in, try duct tape for the wart.

    It’s on the internet, it’s got to work.

  63. Actually, duct tape does work. You put the acid stuff on it, then duct tape. It deprives it of oxygen. After they start freezing it, they recommend duct tape and acid in between freezing. This one is really deep and in her foot – so I don’t think duct tape alone stands a chance. Most of it is below the surface.

  64. Where’s Krow been?

  65. Hopefully, more QT than ER.

  66. I live about 45 miles away from The Nuge. Met him in an Academy couple years ago, with his son. Very nice guy.

  67. FYI, Dave’s talking about a sporting goods store and not a snooty private school.

    Also, that top post at the HQ has to be one of Humpy’s finest. Man, can she channel the righteous anger at these lefty assclowns.

  68. I just love the irony that Humpy used the term “malformed progeny.”

  69. Bravo, laura, bravo.

  70. If you haven’t read laura’s post yet, go now:

    http://minx.cc/?post=331057

  71. Hello, nasties.

  72. Nice work Laura.

  73. Brava.

    “Bravo” is for dudes. She’s a chick.

  74. You sure about that?

  75. I mean the chick thing……….

  76. Brava, Dave, Brava.

  77. Hey Jay, did you do the finger guns thing when you sent that comment?

  78. >> You sure about that?

    Oh hellsyeah I am.

  79. “Bravo” is for dudes.

    NTTAWWT.

  80. Hey Jay, did you do the finger guns thing when you sent that comment?

    You know it. Winked and made the chk chk sound too.

  81. Ok, the bathroom is a bit orangey.

    I like it though.

    Oldest doesn’t. Says everything should be blue.

    He’s colorblind, though, so who cares, right?

  82. Door color is nice too.

    OH and son’s girlfriend brought me three shovel-loads from her manure pile. WORMS. SQUUUUUEEEEEEELL

  83. Nothing says love like a bucket of crap with worms

  84. I know, right?

  85. I don’t know if I’m in a mood, but I have a bad feeling about things. Especially after hearing Rush play a clip from Rove that Mitt should be a good boy campaigner. Um, excuse me Rove, that strategy bit your boy Bush in the ass. Hard.

    Barky should be trailing Mitt and Mitt should knock that f*cker around with all the lies spewing from his pie hole. Knock him every f*cking day.

  86. How come nobody is ever that excited when I give them a big, steaming pile of crap?

  87. It is depressing when Barky lets his mask slip and gets applause. Though, I’m not sure where he gave his resentment speech.

  88. China has set up infrastructure in many areas. In some cases whole towns were built. Hasn’t really brought in the commerce they were hoping for.

  89. Mare, the giant, empty cities in China are how it has (on average with the festering hell-holes) the world’s greenest cities. Duh.

  90. Mare, could either paint my doors or drive my son to drivers ed? I can’t do both.

  91. Pat Caddell was just on FNC, beasn. I wish Mitt would listen to someone like him. He knows the Dem playbook like the back of his hand and he fucking hates Obama.

  92. 97 degrees. Supposed to hit 100.

  93. I’m listening to a podcast that includes my favorite topic “learning the snatch”.

  94. You know, mare ignores all my requests.

    What’s up with that?

  95. I’m gonna go check out my dung.

  96. I completely missed my 4 year bloggiversary.

  97. Pat Caddell was just on FNC, beasn. I wish Mitt would listen to someone like him. He knows the Dem playbook like the back of his hand and he fucking hates Obama.

    Now even more depressed. Mitt should not be ‘tied’ with asshole.

  98. Rove may suck at advising, but he’s quite a good campaign strategist. Not the messaging part, but the turn out the vote and the numbers part.

  99. I completely missed your blog.

  100. It’s okay, Sean, it’s even less worth reading than yours is.

  101. Mo turkey vulture update. One of the ugly little boogers fell out of the loft last night. About 15 feet. They put him back up where he belongs and are watching to make sure he feeds. He’s limping but they did observe him feeding.

    I didn’t realize turkey vultures regurgitated to feed their young. Brrr

  102. Jay, then Rove should STFU and concentrate on getting out the vote part because he didn’t do Bush any favors by playing ‘the high road’ and making him despised for less than anything Barky is doing.

  103. It’s okay, Sean, it’s even less worth reading than yours is.

    I was all set to agree with you, but then I saw that you had posted the Bacon Explosion recipe. You got me beat there, hands down.

  104. He’s playing a part that he hasn’t before. You didn’t see him in front of the cameras during the campaign. Afterwards, yes, and he sucks at that. But during the campaign he was on.

    Romney’s not employing him, is he? He’s just playing Hannity.

  105. Not sure if he’s employing him, but you know they have to take people like him into account.

  106. Well, my 94 year old deceased friend is all memorialized and buried in Cincinnati now. Nice service and wake.

    If you’re ever staying in Cincinnati, I recommend the Mariemont Inn.

    Wish we could have stayed an extra day.

  107. Scroll down for pictures 3-7. Silly pig.

    http://www.guinealynx.info/forums/viewtopic.php?p=2035717#2035717

  108. Heh, the creator of Bane doesn’t think much of the Dems comparing him to Romney’s company:

    http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Hollywood/2012/07/17/Bane-Creator-Mocks-Dems

    Evidently, Rush called him a lib before. Doesn’t sound like he appreciated it, or is one.

    http://dixonverse.net/board3/index.php?topic=7474.0

  109. It’s times like these, climbing behind the wheel of my truck, that I’m really glad it was my left knee that was all fucked up, and not my right knee.

    *puts on my shades*

  110. You would have learned to drive with your left.

  111. You’d have had to move to Europe.

  112. He should have learned to drive with the reg.

  113. You would have had to build a sling-and-pulley system like they use to move sick dolphins.

  114. I don’t drive with either knee.

  115. Carin, I would be happy to drive your son…any of your kids around. I miss that. I always had fun and several good laughs in the car with my kiddies.

  116. http://rncresearch.tumblr.com/

  117. My dad drives with his left leg, since his right has been amputated.

    we’re not completely sure it’s legal, but we haven’t exactly asked or drawn attention to the issue.

  118. Carin, I would be happy to drive your son…any of your kids around. I miss that. I always had fun and several good laughs in the car with my kiddies.

    YEA. matt needs to be picked up at 5:30 and Hannah needs to be picked up at 6:15.

    kthanxbye

  119. Door update: they are coming along nicely. Almost done.

    Poison ivy update – face it beginning to look less diseased, but I’ve got a patch on my underass-cheek area that I suspect is an oozy mess.

  120. I’m actually afraid to look at it.

  121. Jesus Car in, TMI. I really don’t want to hear about your oozy under-ass cheek.

  122. Laura, that was a good post about risk. Since Obama opened his pie hole and Elizabeth Warren opened her Indian hole about not being successful on your own, I’ve thought of my father quite a bit and the many times he had to make payroll and wasn’t exactly sure how. I’m sure it was also worrying how that might effect a wife and five children. My dad popped TUMS like candy.

    I remember my father talking about having a good relationship with a banker, because borrowing money (RISK) was so important when building a business.

    It pisses me off what my father went through (16 hour days) and that boy-man, prick is telling me someone else worked those hours for him and took the risk he did.

  123. Carin, done and done!

    *is secretly incredibly excited to be in the game again*

  124. Thanks, Mare. That comment thread was full of Moron goodness.

  125. Jesus Car in, TMI. I really don’t want to hear about your oozy under-ass cheek.

    LOL.

    It’s my theigh, but I thought it was funnier to call it my under-ass cheek.

  126. It was a good post – I linked it on my assdouche.

    *subscribes to Mare’s newsletter for the comment up there.

  127. Anybody else think Car in is suing the “poison ivy” story to cover for other health issues involving suppurating sores that will be on display at Lapeerpalooza? “Oh that? That’s just poison ivy!” “Who wants a chili dog?”

  128. So why is it that the Weather Channel needs to tell me of a severe heat alert? It’s 100 today. It’s 100 in Phoenix, but they don’t get a severe heat alert.

    Must be they think Detroiters are stupid.

  129. They’re used to the heat, unlike you soft pale northerners. When it’s blowing 35 mph in other places, they issue a high wind warning. When it’s blowing 35 mph here, they call it “breezy”.

  130. 100 in Phoenix is nothing, 100 in Detroit is swimming.

  131. HAHAHAHAHAHAHA

    http://didntbuildthat.com/

  132. 100 in St. Louis is pissing me off.

    *wanting to pound green fist of love up someone’s azz*

  133. There should be a cage match between Arpaio and Holder.

  134. Anybody else think Car in is suing the “poison ivy” story to cover for other health issues involving suppurating sores that will be on display at Lapeerpalooza? “Oh that? That’s just poison ivy!” “Who wants a chili dog?”

    SYWM

    ga. The the one my leg is the worst, though. I must have scratched my leg with the glove that stuff all over it.

    Nothing helps.

    Bla.

    See, I was smart enough to put gloves on to remove it. I just wasn’t smart enough to not scratch various parts of my body with that glove.

    So stupid. Face. Neck, and under-ass cheek.

    KID RUN.

  135. I think the left has collectively lost their mind. Bizarre crap coming out of every lefties mouth.

  136. Beans, that link is to his press conference that starts at the bottom of this hour … about additional findings he and his posse found about Obama’s eligibility on their trip to Hawaii and elsewhere. Might be an interesting watch. We’ll see. At the very least, maybe he’ll tell Holder and Obama to go fuck each other.

  137. Don’t scratch your kids with that glove.

  138. Do you think Greenspan and the lady with the scary face he’s married to agree on the politics of finance?

  139. >> I’m actually afraid to look at it.

    That makes two of us.

    *tosses the pulley and wires into the back of the cab for tomorrow*

  140. I think the left has collectively lost their mind. Bizarre crap coming out of every lefties mouth.

    When did this change? I always hear bizarre crap from lefties.

  141. MOM! DAVE’S DRIVING BY WIRE!!!!

  142. It’s ON!!!

  143. Does anyone know if this is true? Not smart. I thought Romney was A LOT smarter than this. Also, Ron Paul should be able to speak. Doesn’t have to be prime time but he’s got a lot of young followers and a good speech on small government and strict Constitutionality would be good.

    http://spectator.org/blog/2012/07/17/romney-campaign-disses-palin-t

    I thought those assholes at the RNC were “big tent” people. Maybe not so much.

  144. I was thinking about re-modeling my kitchen. Mrs. Pendejo’s tired of 1980. But as of yesterday, I’m just gonna set on my fat ass and wait for America to do it. Mrs. Pendejo is just gonna have to understand.

  145. Comment by beasn on July 17, 2012 5:11 pm
    There should be a cage match between Arpaio and Holder.

    =============

    There should be a cage match between Mike Tyson and Holder.

  146. Ron Paul can stick his head up his ass and jump.

    Fuck that cowardly truther flirt.

  147. back for ten minutes, then ANOTHer KID RUN.

    arg

  148. Is it just me – or is there some irony that Michelle puts out a book about growing gardens and eating fresh veggies – the year we have so much stuff wiped out by drought? She’s not really bringing up that book much. Up here in Michigan we lost most of our fruit from frost … and everything else is looking rather dismal.

  149. It’s hotter than Michelle’s underass crack.

  150. Haha:

    I was in Florida and I saw a bumper sticker, on a parked car, that read,

    ‘I miss Detroit ‘.

    So I broke the window, stole the radio and left a note that read, ‘Hope this helps”.

  151. If Lauraw’s AoS poat isn’t in tomorrow’s Morning Jolt, I want my money back.

  152. *holds hands with Romy on the bench at recess*

  153. *holds hands with Romy on the bench at recess*

    *seethes with jealousy and tells the teacher she saw Lauraw and Roamy smoking in the bathroom*

  154. *holds hands with Romy on the bench at recess*

    That’s like the best opening for a prono scene, evah.

  155. Hahahahahaha. **shares half of my PBJ

  156. Romney did well in PA. Real well.

  157. When he starts talking about who Obama thinks “gives” us rights and what our Founding Fathers say, Romney won that one.

  158. Hahahahahaha. **shares half of my PBJ

    This is going in my diary.

  159. Carin, did anyone figure out where Krow has been?

  160. I think Cyn may have his number, but I haven’t seen her around today.

  161. Hotter than Cyn’s underboob.

  162. Saw a poat at Chicagoboyz about the perfect counterargument to the “you didn’t build that” (i.e. you couldn’t get there without government or the infrastructure it built).

    Which came first, businesses or government infrastructure?

    Obviously there were profitable businesses first, because the profits are what paid for the first infrastructure. Prior to roads, businesses made do with what nature provided, just like everyone else. The infrastructure is a backdrop, and its improvement facilitates greater varieties of businesses and expands markets, but it’s largely irrelevant to whether businesses can profit.

  163. President Shitforbrains

  164. It’s like that horrible imbecile, when asked where Obama would get the money to pay for her gas and mortgage said, “his stash.”

  165. That was two different idiots, but yeah.

  166. Temp is falling. it’s 97.

  167. Carin, what do you propose to do to keep us cool this weekend.

  168. If anyone gets hot, I’m going to show you my dock.

    Then push you in.

  169. It’s not supposed to be bad.

  170. http://tinyurl.com/7vmtrve

  171. Does the government own part of your failure, too?

    Actually, Laura, yes. The government administers a bankruptcy code that relieves failed ventures and is intended to facilitate capital mobility.

    They also give you food stamps.

  172. “Carin, what do you propose to do to keep us cool this weekend.”

    Do what you normally do Hotspur.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=Y0OBNOAv4J8

  173. Good job Michael.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wZNC2VwyaPU&feature=youtu.be

  174. I’m not contesting the basic point that Obama seems to be oblivious to the concept of business risk.

    I’m just making the observation that government does, in fact, intervene in significant ways to moderate the downside risk.

  175. That wasn’t me, Scott. I would not be carrying a frickin’ little .22.

  176. Which is probably why both perps survived multiple hits.

  177. Significant? Yep. It’s easy risking your life savings because you know the government has got your back with welfare and food stamps.

  178. From JOM:

    could it be that the invisible hand of the market is bitch slapping Obama?

    Posted by: matt | July 17, 2012 at 06:35 PM

  179. JOM?

  180. Michael, “significant” is a moderator that requires context. You can’t just say “hey, the government intervenes in a ‘significant’ way.” If you want to make the point meaningful, it requires that you demonstrate how this ‘intervention’ is beneficial and to what degree.

    Chapter 11 reorg is not exactly a walk in the park. But it’s good to note that in a nation of law, we have, some, law.

    I should add unless you’re just running your lawyer-contrary mouth, this is a point. So is “they sky is blue”. Hey, carry on. At least that gives us the required context.

  181. The problem with surviving perps is the possibility of potential litigation, and inconsistent stories to the police about what happened. That’s why you don’t want to use a .22. It’s not much more lethal than a BB gun.

    A .45 fragmentation round is pretty sure to do the job.

  182. JOM= Tom McGuire’s Just One Minute blog.

  183. The government will significantly intervene with IRS agents and cheese but mostly IRS agents.

    Thank you government, for your intercession. It feels fabuloso and even more so when I consider that I pay money to facilitate your amazing intercession.

  184. There have been additions to http://didntbuildthat.com/ since I linked it earlier.

  185. Dave, you’re failing to consider Chapter 7 for individuals, which would include a lot of small business owners like Laura. Chapter 11 reorgs generally involve substantial corporations.

  186. I likely am. It’s good to know that Chapter 7 government intercession is there to cushion the fall. I am frankly surprised Chief Liewatha and President Obama don’t make this point about the benevolent intercessory provisions of government for those who risk capital in business ventures.

    It’s a big deal.

  187. You can’t just say “hey, the government intervenes in a ‘significant’ way.” If you want to make the point meaningful, it requires that you demonstrate how this ‘intervention’ is beneficial and to what degree.

    OK. The bankruptcy court system intervenes to forgive 1.675 gazillion dollars in debt every year.

    I read that on the intertubes somewhere. So, you can thank me for the “demonstration.”

  188. Chapters 13 & 9 though, those are a bit less benevolenty, if altogether in your nostrils though, huh?

  189. Michael you are forgetting how they screw us at every turn.

    Did you know that when you are self employed banks use your taxable income as your income?

    We pay into unemployment. Can’t collect.

    They hit us for $250 a year just because we work for ourselves.

  190. HolyFuckingShit I just got drilled by what I think was some yellowjackets in the backyard.

    It’s been about half an hour, and it still hurts like a motherfucker.

    *slurps vodka*

    For medicinal purposes only, right?

  191. I would also observe that one of the most shameful acts of the Obama administration was its politically motivated circumvention of the orderly, and lawful, Chapter 11 process in the case of GM and Chrysler.

  192. Chapter 13 sucks balls. No argument there.

  193. What do I know.

    If it weren’t for Obama I would be living in a box, in Vietnam.

  194. How many hits Andy?

  195. The infrastructure is a backdrop, and its improvement facilitates greater varieties of businesses and expands markets, but it’s largely irrelevant to whether businesses can profit.

    Em, well. I wouldn’t go that far. The infrastructure is vital to the next expansion, which happens in response to it- all of which was paid for by successful commerce in the first place. 100%.

    It’s like a coral reef, as business wealth grows, it produces more acreage (in the form of resources like infrastructure and tech) for the next generation.

    Certainly, let’s punish the shit out of those guys. Excess. Is bad.

  196. They hit us for $250 a year just because we work for ourselves.

    That’s about two cartons of Marlboros and a couple of bottles of Jim Beam. Don’t be a whiner.

  197. You might need tequila.

  198. Andy, is there a doc-in-a-box nearby?

    You should go get a shot.

  199. Instead of playing “bankruptcy court” strawman follies, how about we stick to the actual point being made, that Obama and his Indian Princess assert that no individual, through effort of their own, investment of their capital, time, sweat, is successful as a result of their own hard work?

    Because that’s the actual point Michael. It has jack shit to do with bankruptcy protections or provisions. It’s the naked assertion by statists that you owe everything you have accomplished to the benevolence of magical government roads.

    Can we deal with the point? Or do we want to talk about the WIC blanket of love?

  200. I am not whining Michael.

  201. Andrew, if you feel you are struggling to breathe, you better get the fuck out of here and go to a doc.

  202. Michael, it’s just a start. Once they establish that they can pass an ‘LLC tax’ and provide absolutely zero services in exchange for it, they will surely avail themselves of that opened door much more meaningfully in the future.

  203. >> I would also observe that one of the most shameful acts of the Obama administration was its politically motivated circumvention of the orderly, and lawful, Chapter 11 process in the case of GM and Chrysler.

    What he said. This was THE most destructive act for the economy, AFAIK, because it set centuries of contract law aside.

    This is the only thing separating us from your friendly local banana republic.

    Note: Mark your calendars. I have now agreed with Michael in 2012. Glad we got that out of the way.

  204. He’s got leaves in his pool.

    I can’t take him seriously.

  205. Shots, Laura?

    I got that.

  206. >> Andrew, if you feel you are struggling to breathe, you better get the fuck out of here and go to a doc.

    No, I’m fine.

    *cough*

  207. I just read a really chilling article about how Gen Y (18-35, my kids age) have been totally fucked by people my age, the Boomers. It had serious data, ranging from the employment market to debt to housing to net worth.

    Our kids have been hosed.

  208. >> Once they establish that they can pass an ‘LLC tax’ and provide absolutely zero services in exchange for it

    See also, the $500 annual license for an LLC (and LP) in MA, which I pay 3x. TYVM, assholes.

  209. >> Our kids have been hosed.

    i would agree, but, see above. You’re on your own.

  210. He’s got leaves in his pool.

    I do NOT have leaves in my pool. Are you trying to piss me off?!?

    *glares at Scott*

  211. I got some leaves in my pool but Little Geek 3.0 is dealing with em.

    Damn. Hey Michael, be reeeeeal careful with phosphate reducers. Totally fucked up my filtration system and trashed the sweeper.

  212. Laura, I was mostly trying to stress that profit isn’t a product of infrastructure, rather the converse is true. Infrastructure facilitates expansion, but only because business was able to profit in the first place.

  213. I never had leaves in my pool, but I didn’t have trees.

  214. Michael, it’s just a start. Once they establish that they can pass an ‘LLC tax’ and provide absolutely zero services in exchange for it, they will surely avail themselves of that opened door much more meaningfully in the future.

    Erm, Laura, they do provide a service. The state provides a bureaucracy and legal system that limits your personal liability, and thus your business risk. That’s the point of a Limited Liability Corporation.

  215. Chapter 11 process in the case of GM and Chrysler.

    What he said. This was THE most destructive act for the economy, AFAIK, because it set centuries of contract law aside.

    Yeah. What Joe Blow wants to participate in a system tilted to benefit The Connected?

    And these leftists are the ones always prattling on about ‘fairness.’

  216. Thanks for the tip Dave. I haven’t had a problem with phosphates. The problem with Irving water is keeping the ph level down.

  217. If the Thieves Guild runs everything, most people will just join the guild or try to work with them.

    #LessonsFromSkyrim

  218. Yet somehow they provided that same service for years and years without coming up with a special, separate conduit for it, Michael.

    One would almost think that was already their job, funded out of the general fund, beforehand. And that they simply identified and separated out an easy group for looting, when they started to typically blue-state-overspend again.

    One might be cynical that way, after seeing so many similar revenue gambits grow in number and shamelessness here over the years.

  219. How did Michael get so stupid?

  220. Michael, you are just raising legal strawmen without addressing the core issue that started all of this.

    That’s annoying, and condescending. Cut it out.

  221. >> Erm, Laura, they do provide a service. The state provides a bureaucracy and legal system that limits your personal liability, and thus your business risk. That’s the point of a Limited Liability Corporation.

    Now Imma disagree with you like a motherfucker.

    The LLC is just an easy-form corporation. And the corporation’s big bugaboo is all related to the tax code.

    All the above might be a construct of law, but in the most part that law says, in effect, “see rules for live people”. The fact that the government charges for this makes it more like a legalized protection racket than anything else.

    Nice little “LLC/S-/C-corporation” you have there. I’d hate to see anything happen to it.

    And, also, these legal forms have been documented to exist all the way back to, at least, the Roman empire. It’s not like we’re getting much in the way of innovation.

  222. One would almost think that was already their job, funded out of the general fund, beforehand.

    Which means that the general fund was providing LLC owners with a form of insurance for free, and thus ordinary working people were subsidizing them.

  223. How did Michael get so stupid?

    Law school, of course.

  224. >> Which means that the general fund was providing LLC owners with a form of insurance for free, and thus ordinary working people were subsidizing them.

    That’s just fucking dumb. LLC owners don’t pay taxes?

  225. http://twitpic.com/a8to4t

    Yeah, Michael just likes to have Argument Night once in a while.

  226. He is clearly hallucinating.

  227. Michael, if you’re arguing that government services are a la carte, you’re setting up the argument that taxpayers should be free to opt out of paying for services they don’t use.

    I don’t use a whole host of the services the government of my state provides. But i still have to pay for them.

  228. Or do we want to talk about the WIC blanket of love?

    It’s infected with smallpox.

  229. stupid michael

  230. Now Imma disagree with you like a motherfucker.

    You did, in fact, disagree with me like a motherfucker. Legally, your comment was incoherent.

    LLCs are indeed an easy form of corporate entity. They are taxed like corporations. Duh. If you don’t like that, you can form a Subchapter S corporation and be taxed like a partnership.

  231. I’m doing that pudding in a mayo jar thing.

  232. Holy shit, I stand corrected.

    It says here in the Uniform Commercial Code, emphasis on “uniform”, that it only applies to corporations and LLCs if they’re taxed in excess of sole proprietors.

    Well fuck me runnin’.

  233. Kind of OT. I work the membership desk at Sam’s Club and members that never talk politics have been enraged about Obama. I deal with lots of small business owners every day. They aren’t as eloquent as Lauraw has been here or at the HQ but they are angry.

  234. Yeah, Michael just likes to have Argument Night once in a while.

    That’s a true statement.

    stupid michael

    I’ve been wondering about that lately.

  235. I’m doing that pudding in a mayo jar thing.

    That one was my favorite, Leon, only because I could never have the balls to do the nutella out of a diaper. But both of those make me laugh and laugh.

  236. >> They are taxed like corporations. Duh.

    Umm, no they’re not. LLCs are generally taxed like partnerships, although they can elect to be taxed like corporations.

  237. Not interested at this point. You’re arguing like a liberal talking point dispenser now, and I’m not impressed with your legal points, because they are completely off topic.

    Try this if you want to argue honestly (or coherently). Government intercession is good, and hey, I ain’t just talkin about contract law I mean it’s GOOD baby, so good you don’t even understand the penumbra of protections you have and therefore can’t complain a whit when it comes to how good it is to run a business because of all the government support.

    Do you want to do that, or preach to us about the love of bankruptcy courts? Cause I’m sorta done with your preachin.

  238. S Corps aren’t taxed exactly like a partnership. Partnership flows through as self employment income subject to social security taxes.

    Regardless of the bullshit, ask yourself this: Do all the regulations, fees, licenses, reports, taxes, etc. discourage or encourage small business?

  239. Just for general information, the Uniform Commercial Code is not actually a law. It is just a model statute, and each state adopts it’s own version, so you actually need to read your own state’s version to see if they have tinkered with it.

  240. Dave, my prior agreement with Michael was rooted in the fact that a functioning system of uniform contract law and creditor priority in liquidation is vital to a functioning economy.

    This remains true in spite of his other extreme asaninity. Or is it asanineness? Whatever.

    See also: a broken clock is right twice a day.

  241. It is time for Debbie Whatshername Schultz to pick her disgusting granny panties off the floor, wear them, and shut the fuck up.

  242. I might be needing to ice this thing.

    Pain makes me gritchy. Pay no mind.

  243. >> S Corps aren’t taxed exactly like a partnership.

    Yeah, I didn’t want to get into that.

  244. Of course it is Andrew. See above, not relevant to the point at hand.

    Yes, yes, contract law as enforced by government and courts, vital. Very important. So is oxygen in the air, protien for dinner, hugs from friends and even the gasoline combustion engine.

  245. *are you feeling better from the wasp attacks?*

  246. Regardless of the bullshit, ask yourself this: Do all the regulations, fees, licenses, reports, taxes, etc. discourage or encourage small business?

    I think I’m on record as being in favor of limited government and constitutional restrictions.

    Just making the point that government is not all bad.

  247. >> Just for general information, the Uniform Commercial Code is not actually a law. It is just a model statute, and each state adopts it’s own version, so you actually need to read your own state’s version to see if they have tinkered with it.

    Speaking of “duh”!

    But why don’t you do that and tell me, in the states that didn’t adopt the model statute, the ones that discriminate on the protections offered based on legal form of the entity.

    You’re retired and would appear to have the time on your hands.

  248. No one asserted otherwise Michael.

    Straw Man. Keep it away from your Zippo.

  249. I might be needing to ice this thing.

    Pain makes me gritchy. Pay no mind.

    Same with my leg fire. Or more vodka. That seems to be dullghkhdf

  250. Michael, I think some of those pantry moths entered through your ear and burrowed in your brain. You may want to get it checked.

  251. All, I apologize for that agreement with Michael comment. He just happened to be right on a time-limited, scope-limited basis.

  252. **subscribes to Tushar’s newsletter

  253. Michael is a straw man.

  254. BTW, you guys checked out that piece in NYT comparing a married mother to an unmarried one? I was afraid that any minute now, the author would propose that the Govt provide every unwed mother with a taxpayer funded temporary husband on an as-needed basis.

  255. I am not a anarchist but I cannot think of any branches of government I want except for the military and Judicial. With term limits and voter recall for judges.

  256. But why don’t you do that and tell me, in the states that didn’t adopt the model statute, the ones that discriminate on the protections offered based on legal form of the entity.

    You’re retired and would appear to have the time on your hands.

    OK, I will gladly do that research for you. $500 per hour. $3,500 retainer in advance.

  257. I want to hear more about how government is good Michael. Cast aside your projection that anyone here completely rejected the need for “any” government, since that never happened.

    Line up your case, counselor, for why Obama and Princess Sitting Bull are right, that no one can claim success in and of their own effort or risk. You were aware of the topic, right?

    Tell us about magical government roads and bankruptcy courts, how they lead the people to the light.

  258. If they stopped supplying coal to the single-mother gravy train, fewer people would get on it. I mean, isn’t coal supposed to be bad?

  259. I thought Michael was banned after the Big Cell Phone Provider Controversy of aught-11….

  260. I will take payment for a temporary husband Tush.
    Not for you of course. I have skills that ladies need. Like fixing stuff and other things.

  261. I thought her Cherokee name was “Spreading Bull”, or does that just conjure up bad imagery?

  262. *tosses wiser cab fare for downtown Boston*

    bout time you showed up, bitch. I missed you.

  263. Line up your case, counselor, for why Obama and Princess Sitting Bull are right, that no one can claim success in and of their own effort or risk. You were aware of the topic, right?

    Yes, I was aware of that topic, and no, I did not disagree with anybody about that. I just asserted that an LLC tax of $250 was not necessarily a case of rape.

    Then the conversation got silly.

  264. Ok quick…what did I miss?

  265. >> I am not a anarchist but I cannot think of any branches of government I want except for the military and Judicial. With term limits and voter recall for judges.

    I want ’em all. I just want congress to not be able to go off-menu on that Article I Section 8 thing.

  266. http://via.me/-35fcn9o

  267. >> Then the conversation got silly.

    And whose fault is that, Mr. “Government Provides Incremental Value For Your $250?” (paraphrase)

    The conversation wasn’t silly. You were.

  268. I just asserted that an LLC tax of $250 was not necessarily a case of rape.

    If the need is so great to provide bankruptcy court services, rather than having a recurring, yearly tax on LLCs, why not require a bond sufficient to the average small business process in such court?

    Because the LLC tax isn’t going to bankruptcy court.

  269. >> Line up your case, counselor, for why Obama and Princess Sitting Bull are right, that no one can claim success in and of their own effort or risk. You were aware of the topic, right?

    Yes, I was aware of that topic, and no, I did not disagree. I just asserted that an LLC tax of $250 was not necessarily a case of rape.
    Then the conversation got silly.

    AH, no, crawfish daddy, it started well upstream from that, when you inserted the argument that the government does in fact, intercede “significantly” to minimize risk.

    Scroll some more, lawyer. Your assertion, so you get no retainer or hourly billing.

  270. Laura, I read your rant at AoS. I had a smoke afterwards.

  271. so nothing? Awesome.

  272. *tacklesnugs Sohos*

  273. I want ‘em all.

    As I have previously stated, if y’all would make me Emperor For A Year, I will eliminate the Department of Education, the Department of Agriculture, the Department of Housing and Urban Development, the Common Carrier Bureau of the FCC, about one third of our State Department embassies that are in shitholes we don’t really care about, withdraw from the U.N. and NATO, and other stuff I can’t remember right now.

    You just need to figure out how to make me the Emperor of the U.S. I’ll get the job done once I have the authority to shoot anybody who opposes me, and I will step down after one year.

  274. Pfffttt. I can do that Emporer thing in about a week.

    But I get to keep AF1, right?

  275. Sohos! I like the “new” Alice. Kindle Fire!!!

  276. I feel like Wiserbud must feel when we’re doing recipes and diet talk.

  277. bout time you showed up, bitch. I missed you.

    How’s the pin, big guy?

  278. How about EPA, dept of labor, small business admin, OSHA, Deptt of interior, the part of Dept of Energy that supresses energy production, TSA, NHTSA?

  279. I feel like Wiserbud must feel when we’re doing recipes and diet talk.

    Do you have a gun in your mouth?

    Unless you have a gun in your mouth, it’s not even close.

  280. Interesting.

    I’m pretty sure that thanking Tushar for his sentiment could be construed as some kind of a date.

    Certainly so, if the phrase “glad you enjoyed it” were utilized.

    MOM!! TUSHAR IS THREATENING MY MARRIAGE!!!

  281. You just need to figure out how to make me the Emperor of the U.S.

    I believe there is a “willing to suck on a huge black dildo” requirement, so it seems you are well on your way…..

  282. >> it started well upstream from that, when you inserted the argument that the government does in fact, intercede “significantly” to minimize risk.

    See, I agree with that in the abstract.

    But in the context of Laura’s post, that’s a corporate form decision you make early in the life of a business to limit personal liability for business acts.

    Laura was talking about the risk that a business would actually survive to preserve the capital of its principals, not to mention *gasp* turn a profit.

    Michael’s point, while (begrudgingly) valid, is only applicable in the case where the owners would lose MORE THAN everything they put into the business. Ummm. ok.

  283. I’m pretty sure that thanking Tushar for his sentiment could be construed as some kind of a date.

    Actually, you may now be married to him.

  284. I was starting to think Wiser accidentally banned himself.

  285. Laura, I am sure Scott can kick my ass. I would rather save my hide and stay away.

  286. **hands over ice cold Corona to Wiser

  287. >> As I have previously stated …

    The following weren’t branches of government. Don’t try to make a point against me. Slow down. Read.

  288. Do you have a gun in your mouth?

    I had some chewable vitamin C. Pretty much the same thing.

  289. How about EPA, dept of labor, small business admin, OSHA, Deptt of interior, the part of Dept of Energy that supresses energy production, TSA, NHTSA?

    They actually perform some useful functions. It’s a good idea to have national parks, etc.

    They just need to be reined in. It’s outrageous, for example, that the EPA is trying to treat CO2 as a pollutant. That is totally outside the scope of their original purpose.

  290. >> **hands over ice cold Corona to Wiser

    OLD!

  291. I have met both tushy and scott and my money is definitely on Scott (no offense sweet Tush)

  292. **hands over ice cold Corona to Wiser

    thanks, doll.

    how’s the hottest rocket surgeon I know?

  293. >> They actually perform some useful functions. It’s a good idea to have national parks, etc.

    O RLY? Show me the “national park” clause in the constitution.

  294. And, yes, now I’m just being ornery.

  295. OLD! CLASSIC!

    I played in the lab all day and beat photons into submission. :D

  296. $250/year is only the beginning. And for many in lean times, it’s a lot for little return.

  297. Sohos, none taken. I can wield some sharp words, but duking it out with six foot three hulks is not my speciality.

  298. >> I played in the lab all day and beat photons into submission.

    That is sooooo hot!

  299. >>I played in the lab all day and beat photons into submission.

    So you basically played with a flashlight.

  300. But I get to keep AF1, right?

    Well yeah, I would think that a retired Emperor would still get a plane. A retired Emperor should have a plane for vacations to Costa Rica.

  301. I was starting to think Wiser accidentally banned himself.

    It was no accident. I needed a mental health break from the insanity and stupidity of life. And hanging out here was not helping.

    *shakes fist at sky

    MAAAAAAAAAAAAAARE!!!!!!!

    I’m not saying I’m back for long, but I’m in a good mood tonight, so I couldn’t bear to waste it…

    I’m sure that by tomorrow, the crushing depression will come racing back and you will all have to struggle through another absence while I struggle to find a reason to get out of bed each day.

  302. http://tinyurl.com/7oxnh2o

  303. Wiser,
    Is the “Beating your ex-employer into submission thing’ going to pay off, someday? Or you just doing it for fun?

  304. A flashlight of 0.2 to 2.5 micron wavelength

  305. I have a day-long, wear-a-shirt-and-tie meeting tomorrow, starting at 8am, so I ought to go to bed now.

    Seriously, I have to wear a shirt. Ugh.

  306. Wiser (((Hugs)))

  307. I’m not saying I’m back for long, but I’m in a good mood tonight, so I couldn’t bear to waste it…

    I know the feeling.

  308. For just the briefest moment, I thought Tushar said “fleshlight”

  309. 3rd round of PT done.

    Wiser, I’m coming along pretty good, thanks.

  310. You know, thinking about it, Obama and Lizzie Warren are so fucking stupid.

    To the extent they’re right at all, what the government “gives” business is CONTRACT LAW!

    Of course, this is the whole reason the government was formed in the first place, and makes it slave not master to the taxpayer.

    I think this is the meta point Batman is making, and to that extent (again begrudgingly) he’s right.

    When they step outside the referee box and get into the game, though, (AIG, GM, Solyndra, etc.), no good can come.

  311. Wiser,
    Is the “Beating your ex-employer into submission thing’ going to pay off, someday? Or you just doing it for fun?

    It’s just for fun now.

    still…. just for fun…..

    yep…

    getting funner every day…..

    grrrrrrrrr……..

  312. Hahahahahahaha, I can just imagine. “Whatcha working on, Roamy?” “Fleshlight properties in zero gravity.”

  313. Hammer Obama day in and day out by questioning his intelligence. State that if Obama had a few more brain cells, he would have realized that he is an idiot and hired some smart people to run the show. But he is too fucking dtupid to have that level of self awareness.

    Romney needs to go ugly on his ass.

  314. I hate these fucking exercises. Which must mean they actually help.

  315. Wiser, I’m coming along pretty good, thanks.

    excellent. Glad to hear you’re feeling better.

    So let’s see, new eye, new knee… when do you get the new boobs?

  316. shh.. Christmas

  317. >>when do you get the new boobs?

    When are Wiser and Rosetta visiting Texas?

  318. shh.. Christmas

    niiiice.

    so, who’s up for a joke thread? I need you fuckers to make with the funneh.

  319. When are Wiser and Rosetta visiting Texas?

    INS!! INS!!!!

  320. http://tinyurl.com/79sep86

  321. Haha Roamy FTW!!!

  322. Who wants to play the question game?

  323. Joaks? My leg hurts too much to laugh AT you people.

  324. can’t represent.. I’m all tuckered out now.

    Goodnight peoples. Peace love and dope.

  325. Wiser, there was a reorg at the federal bureaucracies.

    You should be shouting USCIS! USCIS! Or more specifically, ICE! ICE!

  326. Worst new Monopoly tokens?

    Truck Nutz

  327. I think this is the meta point Batman is making, and to that extent (again begrudgingly) he’s right.

    My point is larger than that. It was Thomas Hobbes who famously said (in his book Leviathan) that life in a state of nature is “nasty, brutish, and short.”

    Theologians are universally in agreement that government is ordained by God, and is an (imperfect) instrument to restrain us from the evil we would otherwise do. Governments do a lot of evil themselves, but it’s not really the government. It’s us.

  328. Wiser, there was a reorg at the federal bureaucracies.

    oh, seriously. Like there’s a chance you would get deported?

    it is to laugh.

    ANCHOR BABIES!!!!

  329. can’t represent.. I’m all tuckered out now.

    I see that your new pussy is working perfectly.

  330. Worst new Monopoly tokens?

    Chia Obama

  331. Wiser, anchor babies are of no use to legal immigrants. I got my green card two years back. I did everything by the book, unlike Obama’s uncle and aunt.

  332. Worst new Monopoly tokens?

    MIchelle Obama Recipe Book

  333. Worst new Monopoly tokens? The JoePa statue

  334. WNMT?

    Daddy’s Fingers.

  335. Worst new Monopoly tokens?

    The Rubber Fist

  336. Mothafucking bootleg Monopoly tokens

  337. (I actually have Dogopoly tokens that I bought just so I could be the dachshund)

  338. ANCHOR BABIES!!!!

    Tushar’s kids are so cute.

    We could just swipe them, and then get Tushar deported. Jeebers, my kids are doing a really lousy job of producing grandchildren so far. One of Tushar’s kids would be welcome.

  339. >> Theologians are universally in agreement that government is ordained by God, and is an (imperfect) instrument to restrain us from the evil we would otherwise do.

    A) “Theologians are universally in agreement” is an appeal to authority.
    2) That is a gigantic non-sequitur. See Dave’s comment about your straw man.

  340. Worst new Monopoly tokens?

    Mommy’s Coat Hanger

  341. Penis pump.

  342. Worst new Monopoly tokens?

    MichelleO. The entire board is because of her.

  343. A) “Theologians are universally in agreement” is an appeal to authority.

    Yes. So was the reference to Hobbes. Your point?

    2) That is a gigantic non-sequitur. See Dave’s comment about your straw man.

    Nope. I was simply trying to make my position clear about the role of government. You can’t be guilty of a non-sequitur if you haven’t attempted a sequitur.

  344. Andy, hope you’re ok. I don’t even know if we have yellow jackets here. A friend in NoVa spent yesterday in the ER because of yellow jacket allergies.

  345. Chevy Volt token (catches fire)

    Solyndra solar panel token (never gets out of jail)

  346. >> Theologians are universally in agreement

    Ah.. hah.. hah.. hahhahaha.. HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA.

    … *gasps.. wait a minute…I’m..

    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

  347. Did Andy just call Michelle O a token black?

  348. hahahahaha.

    No, I called her a black token.

  349. Best monopoly token? Baby monkey riding backwards on a pig!!!

  350. Woohoo. Where IS PJ, anyway?

  351. >> Yes. So was the reference to Hobbes. Your point?

    No, actually, your reference to Hobbes was just a reference to Hobbes. All attributed ‘n’ shit.

    But do continue to get snippy. This is when the fun starts.

  352. Worst new Monopoly tokens?

    A sybian

  353. PJ just started her real life job and she hasn’t spent much time on FB today either.

  354. So, anybody seen that new show, Perception?

    Any good?

  355. cop car. with OWSer shit on it.

  356. Shiv. After it’s been “tucked.”

  357. A wooden spoon

  358. a hoodie with a bullet hole in it.

  359. A BREADMAKER!!! SQUEEEEEEE!!!!!!

  360. Your mom.

  361. Falling bear. (Actually that would be a really cool token)

  362. A name tag from a Bain Capital employee

  363. A shoe with a broken heel

  364. Laura’s discarded anger management puppet.

  365. an iPad. And Car In never gets to be the iPad.

  366. A wet pack of cigarettes

  367. a used sock from Xbrad’s bedroom floor

  368. PJM gets the facescrubber token.

  369. Rosetta’s Reg

  370. A victrola for MCPO.

  371. Dave’s old knee.

  372. Towels from the guest bathroom

  373. A ‘get out of human smuggling cargo container free’ card for Tushar.

  374. ” And Car In never gets to be the iPad”. OK, that hurt. I aspirated a sunflower seed.

  375. A live bear.

  376. Yellowjacket

  377. What the fuck is a monopoly token????

  378. A space pen for me

  379. The game pieces that you play with.

  380. Andy, when you got stung, was the missus wearing the earrings I sent her??

  381. A stump for Scott.

  382. >> Yellowjacket

    Ha. Ha. Very funny, motherfucker.

  383. A Fast and Furious pistol

  384. No, xbrad, we gave those to some homeless person.

  385. *sniggers*

  386. Mmm hmmm. That shit hurt.

    As a matter of fact, it still hurts.

    BRB

  387. Used hobo.

  388. Damn. I’m a little slow.

    I just now thought of two entries for Worst Children’s cereals.

  389. Ice

  390. For your regs or your drink, Andy

  391. Obama’s honesty

    Michelle’s patriotism

    Holder’s integrity

    Weiner’s…. ummm…. weiner.

  392. an empty Corona bottle

  393. Ice.

  394. Ice

    fuck ice

  395. TOTUS.

  396. one testicle

  397. Soledad’s ear piece.

  398. Spam

  399. Obama’s honesty, Michelle’s patriotism, Holder’s integrity

    No invisible tokens!

  400. Fucky Charms.

  401. Soledad’s ear piece.

    heh

    has anyone else noticed that SOE occasionally comments at Ace’s?

    It’s not me.

    Kinda cool.

  402. http://tinyurl.com/7orfr3b

  403. No invisible tokens!

    But it’s the only way they can win!

  404. Where’d Michael go?

  405. Michael’s law degree

  406. G’night, Losers and Boozers.

  407. Fucky Charms.

    BZZZZZT!

  408. an empty cigarette lighter

  409. Where’d Michael go?

    To find a pantry moth.

  410. a used condom

  411. Is anyone else addicted to Call Me Maybe parodies?

  412. Evenin’. Anyone fail to pay tax on inactivity today?

  413. Did XB just call me a loser or a boozer?

  414. A Coexist sticker

  415. Dolly

  416. I cant remember what we call the fake leg around here but that

  417. Jockstrap

  418. The cup that goes in the jockstrap

  419. Fishstick

  420. An Annenberg Challenge Coin

  421. Kerry Marie dusting a bed.

  422. Nobel Peace Prize

  423. Worst monopoly token? A senior bond issued by GM prior to 2009.

  424. >> Evenin’. Anyone fail to pay tax on inactivity today?

    All day long.

    But 13 out of 12 Catholic Bishops think I should have to, so there’s that.

  425. Obama’s Business Merit Badge

  426. “Obama’s Business Merit Badge”

    Hey, you can’t name something that doesn’t exist.

  427. a used condom

    already been done:

    Comment by wiserbud on July 17, 2012 11:43 pm

    a used sock from Xbrad’s bedroom floor

  428. Hey, someone else got invisible tokens, I get non existent!

  429. Joe Biden’s hair plug

  430. Nice posts at Ace, Andy.

  431. Good to see you, btw, George.

  432. I was told that socks and condoms are not the same. Dammit, lied to AGAIN.

  433. Katie Holmes’ promise ring

  434. Aunty Acid’s Stretch Bar

  435. Hi, J’ames!

  436. Obama’s Diploma

  437. One of PJ’s kids.

  438. Oooo! I call the littlest one! I will name him “George”.

  439. a goat

  440. Charles Johnson’s bicycle seat

  441. One of PJ’s goats. (After the Filipino hammer trick)

  442. A pudding cup

  443. One’s appendix

  444. Obama’s Green Card

  445. a turkey sandwich from Delta Airlines

  446. M’chelle’s boob belt

  447. Juicebox.

  448. Thanks, Jorge.

  449. Charles Johnson’s bicycle seat

    ick

  450. a lit charcoal briquette

  451. Sammich!

  452. Tucking MMM token.

  453. a urinal cake

  454. Smoker.

  455. a cast lead model of a race car bearing a headless Isadora Duncan

  456. Janeane Garafalo’s thong (which, oddly, is the same emerald color as Dave’s)

  457. A black market package of disposable catheters

  458. Box o’wine.

  459. Bill Clinton’s El Camino

  460. a Border Patrol shotgun loaded with bean bags

  461. A Terry Schiavo Feeding Tube

  462. Can of Diet DP.

  463. Janeane Garafalo’s thong

    remember when she was hot?

  464. “A Terry Schiavo Feeding Tube”

    I think the Franklin Mint is selling those in limited edition

  465. katie holmes e-meter

  466. suri’s bronzed poop

  467. Olbermann’s diploma. It’s the same Cornell!

  468. An unwrapped cigar from Bill Clinton’s humidor

  469. Leftover cud

  470. Obama’s Birth Certificate

  471. Kardashian sex tape.

  472. Dirty pillows. That are actually pillows, needing a wash.

  473. well, it’s late and I’m tired.

    g’night y’all. s’been fun.

  474. Bonne nuit.

  475. Has Batman showed back up for his thumpin’?

    No?

    Oh, well.

  476. Is Bluejacket a Texas thing?

  477. I kilt it? Screw you guys! Going home. Taking my Cartman token with me.

  478. We can derp if we want to
    We can leave your friends behind
    Because your friends don’t derp and if they don’t derp
    Well, they’re no friends of mine

  479. Sean, do you have Ranger tickets for this wknd?

  480. Nope. I forgot that they were gong to be in town until you brought it up.

    *fashions crude voodoo doll with spring-loaded knee*

  481. Dude! Tickets going fast!

  482. Comments FTW: Last week I had a member with 2 SSNs who retracted her Credit App. Today, we had a Mexican National Walmart employee who applied for credit and flagged for his SSN. One other Walmart employee had the same social and it was shared with a third non-Walmart employee. We are still trying to E-verify. Don’t apply for credit if you have multiple numbers. LOL

  483. Sheesh. I just looked at the prices they’re asking for the cheap seats, and they can keep going fast.

    (I don’t even know what that means.)

  484. We watched the prices continue to go crazy for Saturday’s game. Equivalent of a Yankee mark up.

  485. Equivalent of a Yankee mark up.

    The Yankees are incredibly protective of their brand. You can’t imagine a corporation buying the naming rights to Yankee Stadium.

    (speaking as one who has actually dealt with the Yankees)

  486. Look to the left on the Yankee Stadium big screen. You will see an AT&T logo.

    Go to the business center at Yankee Stadium. It’s run by AT&T. The phone system for the entire stadium is run by AT&T.

    Big poke in the eye for Verizon in their home town. :)

  487. Regarding the debate from yesterday, let me try to reiterate my very modest points.

    1. All government is not bad, in fact it is necessary.
    2. All taxes are not bad, in fact they are necessary.
    3. Government does, in fact, assist entrepreneurship by supplying programs like bankruptcy law and artificial entities (e.g., LLCs) which moderate the downside risk.
    4. A $250 tax on LLC owners is not necessarily unfair. It’s sort of a premium on the risk avoidance being provided by the state, which involves substantial costs.

  488. Plus, I made a theological point. Jesus held up a coin with an image of Caesar (I think Augustus) and said, “Render unto Caesar what is Caesar’s.”

  489. Great.
    Now that I’ve been awake for two hours, I feel sleepy.
    bleargh. More coffee.

  490. Yah. Ran out of Tab last night, so now the latest haul from the supermarket is chilling down. But in the meantime, no caffeine.

  491. Try the wet paper towel trick? Wrap a paper towel around the Tab, and stick it in the freezer. Supposed to chill very quickly.

  492. Wakey wakey

    The header is HILARIOUS

  493. Regarding the debate from yesterday, let me try to reiterate my very modest points.
    1. All government is not bad, in fact it is necessary.
    2. All taxes are not bad, in fact they are necessary.
    3. Government does, in fact, assist entrepreneurship by supplying programs like bankruptcy law and artificial entities (e.g., LLCs) which moderate the downside risk.
    4. A $250 tax on LLC owners is not necessarily unfair. It’s sort of a premium on the risk avoidance being provided by the state, which involves substantial costs.
    ———————-
    You didn’t make that comment.

  494. Significant? Yep. It’s easy risking your life savings because you know the government has got your back with welfare and food stamps.

    Yea, if we lose our house, those food stamps are going to be AWESOME.

  495. I may have to apply physics to this frozen bird.

  496. rt. Once they establish that they can pass an ‘LLC tax’ and provide absolutely zero services in exchange for it, they will surely avail themselves of that opened door much more meaningfully in the future.

    such as some of the fees you have to pay when your business has a truck.

  497. E-verify is obviously racist.

  498. And by “physics” I mean a night in a bucket with a steady stream of cold water.

  499. It’s only Wednesday.

  500. I wouldn’t fret, Leon, you still have three-four days.

  501. *frets anyway, because it was my idea*

  502. EBT !
    EBT !

  503. You didn’t make that comment.

    Wrong. It just wasn’t a single comment, you obviously did not read the thread.

    I quoted Thomas Hobbes. I referred to theological tradition. I referenced bankruptcy law and the limited liability of LIMITED LIABILITY CORPORATIONS as an example of favorable government intervention to moderate the downside risk of entrepreneurial activity.

  504. Shoot, I gotta go get dressed for my day-long crapfest, which is how you say “meeting” in my native language.

  505. If you thaw it tonight, will it still be good on Saturday? I mean, unless you plan on cooking it ahead of time.

    Although, it would be cool to cook it at Carin’s and set fire to her deck.

    The property will probably need to be cleansed with fire after we leave anyway.

  506. I thought we were frying on Fryday. It’ll be ready for sure by Saturday.

  507. Although, it would be cool to cook it at Carin’s and set fire to her deck.

    Don’t neglect to take pictures of Carin’s flaming deck that the rest of us can enjoy.

  508. How many people are going to be there Friday? Are we meeting at Carin’s for that, or just doing drinks at the hotel in the evening?

  509. HHD is up!


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