Big Boob Friday

Hello Jackanapes and Roamie, and welcome to Big Boob Friday.

It is I, your always happy, sometimes entertaining, occasionally inebriated, fairly exacerbated, forever loyal and rotund, perpetual Pupster.

Your musical selection of the day is the result of intensive you tube searching before I remembered that nobody clicks on it anyway and I haven’t listened to any new music on purpose in about 10 years or so. So, here:

 

 

Your model for today was born on November 27th, 1982 in Swansea, Wales which makes her a mammal if I remember anything from biology class. She started out on a British Reality Show and it was all down-hill from there, because gravity. Please stop bothering the bishop long enough to give a warm welcome to Miss Imogen Thomas!

 

 

And now a special gif for my internet friend Jewstin, who thinks boobs are OK but is just not sure what to do with them.

How about a quiz?  Today in history:

In 1818, Congress decided the flag of the United States would consist of 13 red and white stripes and 20 stars, with a new star to be added for every new state of the Union.

In 1850, the city of Los Angeles was incorporated.

In 1859, “Dixie” was performed publicly for the first time by Bryant’s Minstrels at Mechanics’ Hall in New York.

In 1949, 12 nations, including the United States, signed the North Atlantic Treaty in Washington, D.C.

In 1960, Elvis Presley recorded “Are You Lonesome Tonight?” in Nashville for RCA Victor.

In 1974, Hank Aaron of the Atlanta Braves tied Babe Ruth’s home-run record by hitting his 714th round-tripper in Cincinnati.

 

Moar Imogen!

Big fan of the white hose and garters.

That look. *bites lip*

That smirk. *bites paw*

Yehaw.

Just needs a feather duster.

 

Chow.

450 Comments

  1. I should get paid for this.

  2. Imazing bewbs!

    Imalikin Imogen.

  3. Opens wallet for tip.

    *moths fly out*

  4. Gifs later, gotta fly.

  5. I could be your someone. I could be your scene. You know that I’ll protect you from all of the obscene, like Imogen’s fat tittays.

    Really.

    I’ll stand between you and those breastesses. I will protect you, superhero-like. It’s my duty.

  6. wakey wakey

  7. A gang of robbers broke into a lawyer’s club by mistake. The old legal lions gave them a fight for their lives. The gang was very happy to escape.

    “It ain’t so bad,” one crook noted. “We got out with $25 between us.”

    “I warned you to stay clear of lawyers!” the boss screamed. “We had over $100 when we broke IN!”

  8. April snow is the best. The only thing better is May snow.

  9. I’d let’m keep their money. I’d enjoy bending a few joints the wrong way – elbows, knees, and wrists don’t take much to destroy. I’d move a few noses, damage some esopheguses, maybe gouge an eye or five. I’d guarantee a whole plethora of broken digits and hands, too.

    I’m smiling just thinking of the carnage. It’d be like a birthday party, except with waaay better games.

  10. April snow is the best. The only thing better is May snow.

    Well, maybe Colombian snow…. As long as it came with hookers.

  11. Detroit mob attack on driver is national news.

  12. As a guy with a few “fancy degrees,” I gotta side with Palin on this.

    As the Atlanta Journal-Constitution first reported, establishment businessman David Perdue was caught on tape mocking Karen Handel, the former Georgia Secretary of State whom Palin has endorsed for U.S. Senate, for not having a college degree.
    * * *
    Palin said the character of those who criticize others for not having fancy degrees should be questioned and said Perdue could learn a lot from Handel’s example instead of mocking her story of perseverance.

    http://bit.ly/Pr2uqn

  13. Where’d you see it, leon?

  14. It had better become national news.

    racist, animal dirtbags.

  15. Lemme guess who’s side the media is on.

  16. I still want to take issue with Lauraw’s comment about the Daft Punk song.

    Yes, the melody repeats over and over. They play with the rhythm, etc. And can you hear that funky groove?

  17. Can we get back to talking about how awesome this poat is please?

    Thanks.

  18. J’ames, there IS no other side. There is absolutely no way the left/race baiters can spin this.

    The only thing they can say is that this was simply one ‘isolated’ incident.

    Pat was listening to his (liberal) sports radio, and they … they opened up the phone lines, which exploded. They tried to say this was just one isolated thing and a black guy from the hood called in to say – no, no it’s not. He wasn’t defended it, simply stating that’s the way it is. They beat the crap out of him because he was white. PERIOD. They didn’t care that he wasn’t at fault. They robbed him as well.

    the first to start beating him were teenage boys, then adults got in on it.

  19. Someone is needy today.

    Look, Puppy, you’re just going to have to content yourself with the praise of the site meter.

  20. Where’d you see it, leon?

    News break during F&F. They showed an interview with a witness. Police have names and are looking for 12 men alleged to have been part of the attack.

  21. *plops down at 4 topper, opens laptop*

    Could I have some hot tea in a soup bowl please?

  22. Lemme guess who’s side the media is on.

    I’ve seen it now at Fox and at USA Today, as well as at freep.com and Channel 7 news out of Detroit. The only time race is mentioned is by the DPD spox when she says “10-12 black males” were involved, and the driver’s race is never mentioned, although you can tell he’s white when the media shows his pic. The stories eventually get around to informing that the driver wasn’t at fault, but I’d think that would be primary information, especially when a life-threatening beating follows. Not sure there’s a “side,” but the media sure isn’t playing up the racial aspect to the case. The Detroit metro area is the most racist place I’ve ever been (Wisconsin is second), and the accident was only an excuse to unleash the drubbing. The driver just happened to catch it, but I don’t doubt the perps would have used any excuse to get violent with a white person.

  23. They are talking on the radio about what you are required to do by law if you are in an accident. You do NOT have to help anyone. You have to stop and call the police and wait. If you are in danger, you are to drive to the nearest police station.

    THIS is what the city of detroit head cop/ DA is advising everyone to do.

    Urban thugs should be so proud. This is what you have become . A society that shuns human compassion.

    Wonder what Obama is doing today?

    (ironic, he was in the state when this happened.)

  24. *plops down at 4 topper, opens laptop*

    Could I have some hot tea in a soup bowl please?

    I assume you want lemon slices as well? And some PAPER napkins.

  25. I’m sooooo glad I moved away from that shithole Detroit. Fuck, I hate that place.

  26. What a load of shit. They are looking for who did it. That gas station was a “hang out” place. People where hanging out. They knew each other, though maybe perhaps only by nicknames. Because that’s what criminal assholes do . They don’t learn real names, so they can’t identify anyone.

    Snitches end up in ditches.

  27. If you haven’t listened to Opie & Anthony unload on Obamacare yet, it’s worth a listen. Liberally peppered with f-bombs, too.

  28. It’s a wonderful place, Jazz, actually. If we could eliminate the hellhole created by liberal policies and thought … it would rock.

    And I’ve said before – Detroit is merely a glimpse of the future if this shit doesn’t end.

  29. Where’s Eric Holder and Obama on this? Yeah, it’s local, but they didn’t seem to have any problem getting involved in Philly racial voter intimidation cases or local law enforcement issues in Massachussets. Maybe the two poster boys for black racism have something to say.

  30. Carin, it’s fucking dump inhabited by feral animals and people too committed to their roots to move. Fuck Detroit.

  31. Oh, I meant to say green tea.

    *smiles sweetly*

  32. Let’s not forget that Trayvon could have been his son.

  33. *drops green dye left over from St Paddy’s day on Lipton tea bag.

    There you go. Enjoy!

  34. I can’t even put into words an accurate description of my resentment for Detroit.

  35. Can I get some half and half from the bar? These little creamer packets smell funny.

  36. I love Detroit. Part of it isn’t there anymore, and part of it is re-emerging. ANd I have a fucking house that is a dragging me down to the bottom of the Detroit River.

    It breaks my heart. But the scum can be nuked from orbit and I’d be ok with that.

  37. *gets cream from bar. sifts out chunks.

    THERE you go.

  38. Darn shame we quit the urban renewal program of annual arson.

  39. It’s on Drudge too.

    “As my dad’s truck was coming down the street, the kid stepped right in front of my dad’s truck. My dad had absolutely not one chance in the world to try to swerve out-of-the-way or stop,” he said. “He got out of the car to check on the kid and before he even got up to the kid, he got assaulted by 11, 12 people. They jumped all over him and beat him up. While they were jumping him, somebody else jumped in the truck and stole his belongings. They took his wallet, his cellphone, everything out of his truck.”

    Obviously this is just a misunderstanding.

  40. *takes sip*

    This water is cold now, could you get me a new bowl and another teabag? Thanks.

  41. They were redistributing his stuff. duh.

  42. SURE! No problem.

    *seats table of mom, with four kids under 5 y/o right next to puppy

  43. This may be relevant to your interests, Jazzy Jeff:

    http://nypost.com/2014/04/03/alcoholic-court-stenographers-gibberish-imperils-guilty-verdicts/

  44. *gazes out at empty restaurant

    “i’m sorry, sir, the other sections are all closed. This is the only table open right now.”

  45. Oh hey, could you send the manager over when he’s free?

    Thanks.

  46. Darn shame we quit the urban renewal program of annual arson.

    I feel you, brother. The only bad thing about that is that arson destroys the bodies of missing persons. I feel for the families who don’t ever know what happened to their missing loved ones, especially missing children and young women. A lot of bodies were getting destroyed that way.

  47. You don’t scare me. You spent $2.07 on a tea bag.

  48. Morning, children. Good job, Pups. Here, have a milk bone.

  49. This may be relevant to your interests, Jazzy Jeff:

    That made me laugh! It sucks – it’s serious, but it’s still funny.

  50. Devil’s Night had the advantage of forcing people to annually pay attention to the fact that Detroit is a festering wound in need of a massive dose of penicillin. Once-in-a-while awful stories like this won’t change anything. It could be Camden or Cleveland or Chicago. Devil’s Night was Detroit, and everyone knew it.

  51. $2.07!?!

    That is ridiculous.

    *leaves $2.10 in change under menu*

  52. Detroit is not coming back. The liberal infection has grown to insurmountable proportions. Flint is next, then Saginaw. Benton Harbor is not far behind.

    Money would have to be taken from you and me in order to institute the reconstruction, both physical and societal, that is required. And guess what? We don’t have it.

    Look at the furor over the appointment of an emergency manager. Funny term that – emergency manager. That would be like saying a junkie who has ODd for the umpteenth time, and is on his deathbed, needs emergency counseling.

  53. Today’s model is lovely, Pups – good doggie!

  54. Good boobs morning nice hello.

  55. Detroit will be saved by Obamacare, and a minimum wage of $10.10.

  56. 19 degrees here this morning, grumble………….

  57. Dem senate hopeful Bruce Braley says that being a lawyer and working on a farm are not all that different.

    Muchael, Jazz, can you guys shower before you walk in? I can smell all the pesticides and chemical fertilizers.

  58. You know what would save Detroit? Conservatism. Stop the social welfare – make them move or become productive. Lock up the lost ones.

    Detroit needs a Giuliani.

  59. Detroit is not coming back. The liberal infection has grown to insurmountable proportions. Flint is next, then Saginaw. Benton Harbor is not far behind.

    People need to see it at a granular level before they can really understand what’s going on. Live there. Interact with the residents. What we’re seeing in government is personal interaction writ large. In Detroit, it’s okay to steal from your neighbor – as long as he doesn’t see you take his stuff. It’s okay to wear your employer’s uniform and sleep on the job, or to talk on your cell while customers wait at the counter in front of you. It’s okay to be caustic to the person in line next to you at the store, or to step on the $20 bill the guy in front of you unknowingly dropped, and then to collect it after he’s turned to leave the building. It’s okay to chase someone down and curse them out after they’ve made a driver’s judgment error (even though you’re bound to err yourself at some point in the next week or so), and to beat them if they don’t take you as seriously as you take yourself. It’s okay to rant about the other races, as long as no reps from that race are in your circle. It’s okay to play basketball – or even just walk – in the street and impair traffic, and then threaten and menace cars as they slowly pass by when they can finally get through. It’s okay to steal shopping carts from the grocery and to shoplift from local stores – those shopkeepers are rich and can always get more stuff. These aren’t isolated events – these occur seamlessly and fluidly throughout the day EVERY DAY..This is daily existence in that fucking cesspool.

  60. Dem senate hopeful Bruce Braley says that being a lawyer and working on a farm are not all that different.

    We owned a farm when I was young. I baled hay and mucked stalls, fixed farm equipment, cleared pastures, and logged the wetlands (yes, I did). I assure you, being a lawyer is nothing at all like owning a farm. Being a farmer is a much, much cleaner occupation.

  61. LOWES HAS WOOD PELLETS 11!!!!!!1111!111111

  62. Detroit needs to be split up. It’s too big for it’s own sparseness now. Make it 5 burroughs with independent councils and you might actually make some headway.

  63. Evidently, Obama got cockblocked on his victory lap.

    http://www.buzzfeed.com/evanmcsan/the-white-house-tried-to-get-network-primetime-on

  64. I’m giving up on the ghosts. Going to transfer half of the scorpion sprouts to the other pot. Worst case I get ghost scorpions.

  65. Detroit needs to be split up. It’s too big for it’s own sparseness now. Make it 5 burroughs with independent councils and you might actually make some headway.

    You fucking racist.

  66. Jazz – that is not just Detroit. it’s the infection of libearal/welfare/statism.

  67. Pfffft……

    You think you have problems in your town. This is the shit we have t contend with in Ann Arbor.

    http://tinyurl.com/nt3wgj2

  68. I sprout seeds in paper towels. I wet the towels and wring them out, fold them in half, and then put the seeds I want to germinate on 1/4 of the towel before folding the other 1/4 over it. Place the towel in a zip-lock baggie and tape to a wall in a very dark place (like the inside of a lidded garbage can). I start checking the towels after about 3 days, and when the seeds have tails about 1″ long, I transfer the sprouts to soil. The method is pretty much foolproof, and I know after about 21 days who’s a dud and who’s gonna fly.

  69. Carin, you are correct. It is not just Detroit. Detroit just happens to be the biggest municipal bankruptcy to date.

    Give the pensions to the creditors, sell the art collection, put the crooked bastards who milked the system on welfare. And walk away. No, back away.

  70. I bet he’s a central or south American immigrant, Hotspur. I’ve had experience with that kind of thing.

  71. That’s some serious shit, Hotspur.

  72. Speaking of ghosts…last night Paula was working and I was watching the boys. Soon after everyone got to bed and the lights were turned off there was a loud bang downstairs. I got my gun from the bedside safe, chambered a round and went to look. Friggin aluminum water bottle fell off the counter. It took a while to get back to sleep for all of us.

  73. Jazz – that is not just Detroit. it’s the infection of libearal/welfare/statism.

    The things I describe are not politics at all. They’re a function of a lack of personal accountability and responsibility, which informs politics, but is so much larger than politics. Liberalism is a symptom of moral decay, and it facilitates the breakdown of the mores that allow for a healthy, civil, law-abiding society, but it’s only a facet of a much more comprehensive problem.

  74. No, back away.

    … with your flamethrower spitting fire wide-open.

  75. Murdock said the Friends of the Prospect Park may stake out the park as temperatures warm and the nights grow shorter.

    He said he has encouraged staff and residents to contact him every time defecation is discovered so he can determine if there’s a pattern in regards to a schedule.

    I’m CRYING here! HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH

    Oh, man, can you imagine that stakeout? “Hey, Phil, can I have one of those donuts? Can you keep an eye out for a while? I wanna catch some zzzzzs. I’ll spell you in two hours.”

    AND, I can just see The Mystery Crapper signing up for the stakeout him- or herself. “Red Fox, this is Duke “E” doing a radio check. The deuces are not wild tonight. Repeat: The deuces are NOT wild tonight. Yet, anyway.”

  76. The things I describe are not politics at all. They

    Yes they are. they are a direct results of liberal politics. Every bit of it.

    I believe Theodore Dalrymple has amply covered this argument.

  77. Those folks in Ypsilanti are gonna feel silly if their “Pooper” turns out to be an animal.

  78. This is why it is futile to argue with a lefty:

    http://wonkette.com/545580/oh-look-paul-ryan-lied-about-something

    The purposeful villianization, and purposeful misunderstanding or misrepresentation of what someone says is their stock in trade.

    8th Commandment, assholes. Ever heard of it?

  79. Hotspur, if they didn’t lie, etc, they would have NO argument. It’s all they have.

    Morally and intellectually bankrupt.

  80. Whoa – I didn’t realize this dude is younger than me:

    http://www.tabletmag.com/jewish-news-and-politics/168389/the-volokh-conspiracy

  81. Yes they are. they are a direct results of liberal politics. Every bit of it.

    People were doing the same bad things – stealing, cheating, and living off others (think artists and patrons) – long before “liberals” were even in existence. There is not one bit of political action in the stuff I described; it’s all a function of the human condition. I don’t disagree that liberal policies contribute to enabling that kind of behavior, but there is nothing at all political about those personal behaviors. People who behave like that will vote for things that tend to absolve themselves of personal accountability, but, as I said, the mindset goes beyond politics. The decision to cheat on one’s spouse isn’t political, it’s a function of respect, accountability, and values. Same with the decision to steal, or to assault someone, or to just be rude. Politics are not the proximate cause of every evil. Some people are just bad, some are naturally lazy, and they vote for stuff that enables their lifestyle.

  82. Got a letter from Sallie Mae last night.

    The bad news is that I can no longer insist on being called “Dr.”

  83. I wonder, with the coming Hispan-ocolypse, if white people will still be vilified when we’re a minority, too?

  84. Jazz it will be “our fault” right up until white people decide they may as well do the things for which people already blame them, after which it will be our fault.

    So yes, white people will always be vilified.

  85. AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

    The chairman of the Boulder Faculty Assembly at the University of Colorado said he feels a blog post written by Steven Hayward, the school’s first-ever visiting scholar of conservative thought, borders on hate speech.
    * * *
    In the post, Hayward poked fun at the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community — referring to the community as “LGBTQRSTUW (or whatever letters have been added lately)” — and expressed his discomfort and confusion with university training about how to respect a student’s gender identity.
    * * *
    Some faculty members expressed concern that a statement of disapproval from the faculty might provoke Hayward or provide fodder for future blog posts or statements.

    “The moment we come out and say something, no matter how nicely we state it, ‘While we respect diversity of opinion, at the same time we have a responsibility to uphold the dignity —’ as soon as we engage in this, he’s going to spin this as, ‘There you go, I was attacked by the liberal faculty at CU,’ said Keller Kimbrough, an associate professor in Asian languages and civilizations. “I would be inclined to simply ignore this, myself.”

    http://www.dailycamera.com/cu-news/ci_25489273/cu-boulder-faculty-members-support-student-criticism-steven

  86. I’m really, really not looking forward to that latter phase, by the way. It will be ugly, and it will bring out the worst in many. I don’t know how it can be avoided, though.

  87. Oh lordy reekus, I can’t stop watching that squirrel hide the nut in the cleave.

    Puppeh, you’ve outdone yourself.

  88. On the proposed changes to 501(c)(4) regs, the IRS commissioner says:

    During the comment period, which ended in February, we received more than 150,000 comments. That’s a record for an IRS rulemaking comment period. In fact, if you take all the comments on all Treasury and IRS draft proposals over the last seven years and double that number, you come close to the number of comments we are now beginning to review and analyze. It’s going to take us a while to sort through all those comments, hold a public hearing, possibly repropose a draft regulation and get more public comments. This means that it is unlikely we will be able to complete this process before the end of the year.

    http://1.usa.gov/1oxWtaY

    More AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA! I’ll go to that hearing, too, when they’re finally able to hold it. At least that crap is off the table for the next election.

  89. Where’s that dickweed MJ?

  90. I just did the math on LW’s article, the couple are accused of illegally receiving welfare benefits totallying $160,000 (eleventy!) while living in mansions and a yacht.

    Down deeper in the article, you find out it is over a 7 year period, which would put them in the $22K a year range. I am assuming they got some federal benefits too.

    So these yahoos are a big fuckin deal cause they were living high on the hog while collecting poverty level assistance from the state. How many able bodied but not working couples are on welfare benefits in this country? For fucking decade after decade, generation after generation?

    This sensationalism is misdirected. $160K is peanuts.

  91. I believe he’s on travel, HS. I can’t think of anything funny he might travel for, but I’m sure he went in a very small vehicle.

  92. I could live pretty good on $22k/year if I kept the farm.

  93. That story about Hayward is pants-wettingly funny. Best, BEST unintended consequence ever. I can only imagine the panty bunches at that meeting. So many injured and unrequited feelings that day!

  94. And I had to goggle how to spell yacht.

    *shows lipstick an acorn and waggles eyebrows*

  95. If one more of my lefty friends posts that fucking How Wolves Change Rivers bullshit, I’ma tell them there is no Santa Claus.

  96. *Puts acorn in Puppy’s cleave*

  97. Someone ought to show him how beavers destroy streams.

  98. “Birkenstocks are the new jackboots.” – commenter at Powerline.

    Clever!

  99. *regrets refrigerating acorns*

  100. >> Oh lordy reekus, I can’t stop watching that squirrel hide the nut in the cleave.

    You too?

  101. Leon, exactly. Why DO beavers build dams anyway?

  102. Ya ought to be regretting having cleavage, Puppy.

    /toughlove

  103. *Wonders why Pups would refrigerate……..oooohhhhh*

    *rolls up newspaper*

  104. Leon, exactly. Why DO beavers build dams anyway?

    To worship their rodenty deities – their dams are god dams.

  105. Beavers build dams as traps, as I understand it. They find an area that fits the instinctive template and dam it to build a house, but that has the effect of raising the water level on one side and creating an area where fish can grow larger. The beavers have a captive fishing pond after that and raise young in the dam for a few years, continually expanding it… until the trees or the dam area are exhausted, usually because they’ve become a swamp that the beavers can’t live in. Then the beavers move out and leave it a desolate swamp.

    Beavers are basically nature’s carpetbagger liberals.

  106. *giggles at the word “beaver”*

  107. I watched an hour-long documentary on beavers and giggled erry time.

  108. haha, thanks!

  109. Fuck beavers.

  110. There’s a reason farmers trap and kill them if they find them near a stream they use for irrigation or animals.

  111. *giggles at the word “beaver”

    I giggle every time I drive to the Pittsburgh airport and pass the exit sign that says:

    Beaver
    Moon

    referring to the townships nearby.

  112. Fuck beavers.

    Every chance I get.

  113. I have considered mastering Spanish just so I can move to Chile and be a professional beaver hunter.

  114. Exit 69 on I-75 in Michigan is Big Beaver Road.

  115. I’d like to become a professional beaver reliever.

  116. I was there just last week, Hotspur. The puppy doesn’t live too far away for the moment.

  117. When my aunt died she left my sister a sheared beaver coat. It is the softest thing imaginable and, yes, cue the comments, but killing all those bastards has another advantage.

  118. heh heh heh, “sheared beaver”!

  119. Chilean Beaver is crafty.

  120. Alright, who waxed the floor?

  121. Norwegian skydiver nearly hit by meteorite (while skydiving, not just walking around):

    http://www.nrk.no/viten/skydiver-nearly-struck-by-meteorite-1.11646757

  122. I giggle every time I drive to the Pittsburgh airport and pass the exit sign that says:
    Beaver
    Moon

    I’d like a Three Beaver Moon t-shirt.

  123. Big Beaver might have an STD. Lots of pockmarks and blemishes.

  124. You’re in the pocket of Big Beaver.

  125. Your mom.

  126. Weren’t beaver fur coats once popular? What happened when they got wet?

  127. I’d never get into a beaver coat without putting on rubbers first.

  128. You’re in the pocket of Big Beaver.

    As opposed to having a big beaver in your pocket….

  129. Felt hats were made from beaver pelts, and the damned animals were practically hunted to extinction in Europe. In the US the beaver trade is what helped fuel the western expansion. Jeremiah Johnson was a beaver trapper.

  130. Felt hats were made from beaver pelts, and the damned animals were practically hunted to extinction in Europe

    My atheist friends blame this on Catholics, because fish. Which is horsefeathers, it was one abbot, one time, in one place.

    It was the fur market and metal traps, not Friday abstinence.

  131. With Mozilla’s bullshit over the past few days, plus the generally shitty performance I’ve had with FF and PM, I’m ditching the Mozilla suite and moving on to other browsers.

  132. My only choices at work are IE or FF, and half of the websites I use won’t work in IE.

    So I’m kinda stuck.

  133. Chilean Beaver is crafty.

    You misspelled “crazy”

  134. With so many browsers having animal names like Firefox and Seamonkey and Lynx, we need a Beaver browser.

  135. I sense an opportunity for an open source project.

  136. In the US the beaver trade is what helped fuel the western expansion. Jeremiah Johnson was a beaver trapper.

    And, don’t forget, the beaver hunt made Larry Flynt.

  137. Open sores.

  138. With so many browsers having animal names like Firefox and Seamonkey and Lynx, we need a Beaver browser.

    The homepage is 18+ only.

  139. The Eager Beaver browser.

    You want to get going, and it’s warm and ready.

  140. Maybe you could port Iceweasel into another Linux and call it Wetbeaver.

  141. My atheist friends blame this on Catholics, because fish. Which is horsefeathers, it was one abbot, one time, in one place.
    It was the fur market and metal traps, not Friday abstinence.

    Tell your ignorant atheist fucks to buy a clue. Friday abstinence from meat was not practiced in Europe.

  142. What’s funny about the browser Opera is that they send all traffic through their own servers in a way that changes the originating IP address, or something like that. I only know this because when you post on a website that makes a hash from your IP address, like AOS, you get one result with most browsers, but a different hash if you’re using Opera.

  143. It is not healthy for a beaver to abstain from meat.

  144. Oh, clarification: fsating from meat was practiced in Europe, but only during Lent, and then not universally.

  145. H2: delivering fresh every day your news on zoology, web browsers and Lent.

  146. fsating from meat

    I read that as “fisting.”

  147. It is not healthy for a beaver to abstain from meat.

    I thought beavers loved wood.

  148. Yeah, it’s ludicrous on its face for a number of reasons. Catholics may have hunted beaver in Europe to near-extinction, but only because there weren’t protestants yet.

  149. Well, I’ve got a whole bunch of other browsers to give a try. I’m using IceDragon right now.

  150. Rush is blasting Mozilla. What browser should I switch to?

  151. A busy beaver can go through a lot of wood in no time.

  152. I’ve got another one called “Iron” that acts like Chrome, but it doesn’t report your activities. It seems pretty fast, too.

  153. Do beavers ever fell oaks or maples? Because that is some hard wood.

  154. Rush is blasting Mozilla. What browser should I switch to?

    I’m trying these for now:

    http://www.techrepublic.com/blog/five-apps/five-free-alternative-web-browsers-for-windows/

  155. GO, some beavers only go after african blackwood.

  156. Some beavers avoid regular wood altogether and only chew on bushes.

  157. Some beavers avoid regular wood altogether and only chew on bushes.

    Castor canadensis softballis. There is actually a cousin known as Castor canadensis luggis that only chews on bushes for a four year period between 18 and 22. Occasionally shorter. This behavior can be triggered again before the age of 30 by the presence of males and alcohol, and is believed to be a strategy to attract a mate.

  158. *applauds Alex’s knowledge of beaver genii*

  159. That man knows his beaver.

  160. PUSSY!!

  161. That man knows his beaver.

    The study of it has been a hobby of mine since I was a teenager.

  162. What a sausage fest around here.

  163. I wonder why Jimbro didn’t get his doctorate in beaver.

  164. I wonder why Jimbro didn’t get his doctorate in beaver.

    Didn’t leon?

  165. So, can we use PaleMoon, or do we have to boycott them too?

  166. My doctorate was in referrals.

    “That sounds serious, you should see a doctor. $500 please.”

  167. So, can we use PaleMoon, or do we have to boycott them too?

    I read that as “PaleoMoon”. I’ve been here too long.

  168. Want.

    http://imgur.com/kWhkwBn

  169. PaleoMoon is the gluten-free branch of the PaleMoon project.

  170. http://imgur.com/gallery/pTfvkia

  171. I thought PaleoMoon was what happened when the yoga pants got hung up before finishing the journey up over the fabulous hiney of a girl eating right and doing her squats.

    But that might just be wishful thinking.

  172. PaleoMoon is the gluten-free branch of the PaleMoon project.

    It automatically adds a line to every comment box or every email you send telling people who you’re using PaleoMoon and how superior it is to every other browser out there.

  173. Saw about 45 seconds of Fox News at the bank. The were referring to Obama as Reverse Reagan.

    It’s perfect.

  174. Boy, it is windy and wet here today. It was snowing a while ago, but it’s just raining now. Flood warning, too.

  175. Wait, a bank in CT that shows Faux News?

    Who knew?

  176. Guy at work just told me he doesn’t pay federal taxes, because his official residence is in Puerto Rico.

  177. Truther BS.

  178. At least that’s how the first part came through. I didn’t stay through the end. If I disappeared in a plane crash, someone could spin the same yarns about me based purely on resume.

  179. Seems legit.

  180. We would just say Sallie Mae took you out.

  181. They let me off the hook. My Experian score is already recovered, but the loan still shows up. I’ll pay for my triple score/report in May and confirm it gone.

  182. Boy, the Boulder Daily Camera is all in a snit over Steven Hayward’s blog post and some other comments – he’s the lead story on the website.

    http://www.dailycamera.com/

    He’s kicked a hornet’s nest, and I KNOW he’s laughing his ass off about it. Good for him.

  183. I hope Hayward didn’t offend any Beaver-Americans.

  184. http://imgur.com/gallery/mwSPu

  185. Actually, it appears he offended people safeguarding the rights of beaver-loving Americans with beavers who love bush as well as beaver-loving Americans without beavers and with beaver-envy, some of whom love bush and some of whom love wood.

  186. Comment by Jazz on April 4, 2014 2:52 pm

    So he gave a lecture to the Department of Zoology?

  187. Beaver Blog!

  188. Some beavers prefer plywood over other wood. It’s stiffer.

  189. I would think the glue would leave a bad taste in their mouth

  190. a tucker for Leon, or wood for the beaver –

  191. Hey! This is cool!

    In the closing days of the open enrollment period for the Affordable Care Act (ACA) , the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) was mailing out letters notifying certain Americans that they had already started a healthcare coverage application on their behalf.

    The HHS letter stated that the information they used to begin the application for individual Healthcare was obtain by the state agency in charge of implementing Obamacare.

    The next step for the individual would be visit Healthcare.gov and complete the already started application to see if they qualify for “Marketplace coverage.”

    http://www.shark-tank.com/2014/04/04/hhs-started-individual-obamacare-applications-prior-to-deadlineobtained-personal-info-from-states/

    I wonder how many of these partially completed apps were counted as enrolled?

  192. Dammit, jam, a NSFH2 warning would be nice!

  193. Heh, nice one, jazz!

  194. In Soviet America, health plan enrolls you.

  195. More on the driver ass-kicking:

    Calling for “calm and patience,” Mayor Mike Duggan and council President Brenda Jones issued a joint statement Friday on the brutal beating of a 54-year-old motorist who was attacked and robbed by a crowd Wednesday after the man struck a boy with his pickup truck.

    “Earlier this week, a traffic accident that injured a young boy, David Harris, escalated into a vicious attack on the driver of the vehicle, Steve Utash, who had done the right thing by stopping to check on the boy. This senseless vigilante style attack is not the essence of who we are as Detroiters and will not be tolerated.

    “We are asking all Metro Detroiters to demonstrate our true character by exercising calm and patience during this emotionally charged time. Most important, we must all keep Mr. Utash, David Harris and their families in our prayers.

    Uh, too late – you’ve already shown your true character, Metro Detroit.

    Moar:

    Witnesses told police the attackers were black. However, Woody said the race of the suspects and the victim, who is white, is a “prosecutorial issue” and wouldn’t dictate the police investigation.

    But he also said it didn’t appear race was a factor based on the initial investigation.

    All of the people interviewed said it wasn’t racial – just ask’m. The mob really wanted to kick Whitey’s ass, not the driver’s.

    http://www.detroitnews.com/article/20140404/METRO01/304040068/Daughter-motorist-beaten-by-crowd-says-family-waiting-him-wake-up-


  196. a tucker for Leon, or wood for the beaver –
    http://beforeitsnews.com/contributor/upload/8435/images/MO.jpg

    That photograph explains everything you need to know about the White House.

  197. That photograph explains everything you need to know about the White House.

    Gawd… Pegging in the WH master bedroom. I wonder if Barry cries. I bet his safe word is something like “I won!”

  198. Do you think Michelle has ever blown a load on Barry’s dress?

  199. I wonder who has the job of looking for stains on Barry’s mom jeans?

  200. Oakland County (part of Metro Detroit) has one of the super-secret cellphone trackers, and, of course, the Sheriff’s department won’t say shit about it.

    http://www.detroitnews.com/article/20140404/SPECIAL/304040043

  201. I know Licorice Dick is fond of five-year plans, but I didn’t know they probably include gender reassignment for his wife.

  202. I wonder if Barry’s tight? Does Moochelle make his underwear bloody?

  203. You know, in ancient Rome, hermaphrodites were considered to be sacred persons. On the other hand, this hasn’t anything to do with Michelle Obama. She is more like a Sasquatch dressed in surplus upholstery.

  204. I am more convinced than ever now that Licorice Dick has a tramp stamp on the small of his back.

  205. Chevron is suing Patton Boggs over the Ecuadorian lawsuit.

    http://news.investors.com/ibd-editorials/040314-695838-chevron-takes-its-battle-to-its-environmentalist-demonizers.htm?p=full

    Donziger is in for a ride.

  206. The state of Florida is now passing personal information onto HHS, where they take the liberty of filling out an Obamacare health insurance application for you. Is this how the Obama administration is inflating the enrollment numbers, by making it easier for people to finish the application?

    Don’t be surprised if Florida or other states or the federal government itself just uses your bank account information, reaches in and takes the premium without asking. I mean, it’s not like it’s your money because you didn’t earn that.

  207. I’m beginning to understand why Black Nixon went to school to be a lawyer. Given that the law is what ever he says it is, it makes studying a hell of a lot easier.

  208. Is anyone giving to the Patton Boggs legal defense fund?

    *falls down, clutches sides, slaps knee

  209. They’ll just take it out of the 401k, George. Unseen money, right?

  210. Why is there tin foil on my head?

  211. There’s nothing wrong with your 401(k) that a little confiscation cannot fix.

  212. That’s not tinfoil, J’ames. It’s a compass. Mark my words, in the next 12 years there will be a serious attempt at instituting a VAT, and then forcing a portion of your retirement money into government accounts.

  213. 12 years? Try three. If they can’t get it through legislation they’ll do it via executive fiat.

  214. When the idea of govt confiscating 401k’s and 403b’s and IRA’s and using those money’s to prop of SS and then paying everybody SS, whether they paid in or not, was floating around a couple of years ago, I made the prediction that this would be the tipping point for an armed revolt. I’m not sure anymore. Might just be a series of random 57 state murder sprees instead.

  215. They won’t confiscate funds out right. They will start small and in an un-threatening way. For example, they could propose that a minimum of 10% of your retirement money must be in a government account, for your protection of course. And then they won’t force you to do this; instead they will say that if you don’t contribute that 10%, that portion will no longer be tax-deferred. Then every two years or so, the 10% will become 15, then 20, then 30.

  216. Why confiscate anything when you can just print and devalue without the LIV noticing the implicit theft?

  217. Pretty much what they did with income taxes, GO.

    Good theory, leon. I wonder if they’ll try it!

    Wait…

  218. Agreed, Leon. My wife and I together have enough money stashed in IRA’s and such to build a 2500 to 3000 sqft house to grow old in if we so chose. By the time we’re able to start drawing that money, I doubt that it will buy a 16×80 trailer house. Even though on paper it will be 25% larger balance than it is today.

  219. They do both, Leon. Why not? Besides another reason to do confiscation will be Teh Fairness!

  220. Remember that tax deferrment for your IRA? Yeah, that’s going away. Roth IRA? You’ll get taxed on the back end as well. But if you buy government securities will be tax free and will get you a tax break on the front end.

  221. During that time a few years ago when you could convert your IRA into a Roth IRA, I looked at it with some online calculators and in our case it looked like a tossup with respect to total return. Given that once you give the government its money you never get it back, I stayed out of the Roth IRA. As they say, possession is 9/10 of the law. Although with the advent of Licorice Dick, apparently being president is 9/10 of the law. I can very easily imagine Roth IRAs being taxed down the road despite what they promised you beforehand.

  222. >>>I wonder why Jimbro didn’t get his doctorate in beaver.

    Not for a single minute did I ever consider ob/gyn. Hell, I delivered one baby so I could check the box on my 3rd year requirements. One and done. The kid was practically halfway out when the nurse shoved me in the room and said “It’s all you”.

  223. I can very easily imagine Roth IRAs being taxed down the road despite what they promised you beforehand.

    The left has been making noises for years about how “unfair” Roth IRAs are because the government doesn’t get the extra revenue.

  224. The kid was practically halfway out when the nurse shoved me in the room and said “It’s all you”.

    It doesn’t count if it was your kid.

  225. My ex-wife was involved in the local women’s club and every year when they had their auction I’d join another guy as auctioneers. Last time I did it was about 2001 and one of the items was a sheared beaver coat. Somehow that became my item to auction off. By the end of the bidding the crowd was in tears with my commentary which was PG-13 by necessity.

  226. I can just imagine the liability premiums for a doctor of beaver.

  227. A bachelors degree in beaver sounds more fun anyhow.

  228. Nah, I have no biological kids of my own Alex. This was an uninsured woman who hit the doors in labor and the resident was off doing a C-section in the OR. I just about shit a brick when I realized what was going on. Birthing babies is something I don’t particularly enjoy.

  229. A bachelors degree in beaver sounds more fun anyhow.

    I triple majored in chemistry, agriculture, and anatomy.

  230. I triple majored in chemistry, agriculture, and anatomy.

    Every one of them, subjects studied only by evil, racist, homophobic, heteronormative white males.

  231. As they say, possession is 9/10 of the law.

    Which is one reason I chronically underpay my taxes on a paycheck basis and catch up each 4/15. I’ll send ’em about $2300 this time which is painful but it’s better than them having it, and more, up front.

  232. What about George Washington Carver?

  233. I triple majored in work, work, and work.

  234. Same here PG. Less chance of them delaying the refund until they’re more solvent.

  235. “This is not open-ended,” Kerry said in Morocco, adding that it was “reality check” time and he would evaluate with President Barack Obama Washington’s next move.

    “There are limits to the amount of time and effort that the United States can spend if the parties themselves are unwilling to take constructive steps.”

    Maybe, just maybe it’s because you’re a fucking incompetent needle dick frog.

    http://news.yahoo.com/kerry-evaluate-next-steps-mideast-peace-process-obama-103438538.html

  236. What about George Washington Carver?

    Probably an Oreo. Like Thomas Sowell.

  237. A few years ago the State of Michigan owed me $6,500. It took them 26 months to process the return, and send the money. You cannot call the state treasury and speak to anyone. No option for a human being.

  238. Justice served

  239. Buenas tardes, ‘tards!

  240. Hotspur – That happened right across the road from Green Oaks golf club!

  241. Hey, just getting caught up here, but did anyone notice the name of the fucking idiot commenter on Jazz’s link re: HHS starting the enrollment process for people in Florida without their consent who basically accused Javier Manjarres of making that story up??

    It’s mine and Rosetta’s old AoS punching bag, Bob Munck!!

    He’s still a fucking tool, I see.

  242. Yeah, I remember back when he was at trial. It was no “accident”. He beat the shit out of that kid, if you followed the testimony.

    I’m opposed to the death penalty, but not the inmates take care of child killers penalty.

  243. Yup. I hope he suffered.

  244. I wonder if Munck still uses that special script he wrote to keep from seeing my comments?

    Maybe we’ll find out today….

  245. Now I remember why I don’t read The Daily Caller.

    http://dailycaller.com/2014/04/02/cop-who-shot-hofstra-student-in-the-head-and-killed-her-walks-free/

    The article and comments are a cesspool of internet toughguys and lunatics.

  246. I’m opposed to the death penalty, but not the inmates take care of child killers penalty.

    That’s an interesting line you have there.

  247. Salmon loaf the oven. Angry stew in my mind.

  248. Haha, Bob Munck! There’s a blast from the past!

    And he’s still stupid.

  249. I’m against prisoners committing more crimes.

  250. Is he still bragging about his clearance?

  251. And he’s still stupid.

    And arrogant.

  252. Is he still bragging about his clearance?

    heh heh heh.

    Oh the hours of fun I had batting that dumbass around.

  253. Did you get the job, wiser? If not, go over there with your trench coat and boom box, and play In Your Eyes really loud outside the office.

    It’ll work. Guaranteed.

  254. >>>I wonder if Munck still uses that special script he wrote to keep from seeing my comments?

    Good grief. Is there anyone you haven’t pissed off?

  255. Did you get the job, wiser?

    Just how do you think this process works?

    Good grief. Is there anyone you haven’t pissed off?

    To be honest, he was such an insufferable douche, I went out of my way to piss him off.

  256. >>>To be honest, he was such an insufferable douche, I went out of my way to piss him off.

    Gotcha. So who we talking about?

  257. What’s up?

  258. Loaf!

  259. Good day, spring breakers.

  260. I just pan-fried salmon in cajun spices and served it up with steamed asparagus and home-made whole-wheat bread. It was good.

  261. Gotcha. So who we talking about?

    shhhhh…..

    *nods towards MJ

    He’s right there…..

  262. A few years ago the State of Michigan owed me $6,500. It took them 26 months to process the return, and send the money. You cannot call the state treasury and speak to anyone. No option for a human being.

    You can’t even go to a local office and speak with anyone. The ONLY things the local treasury office will do is receive your money and dispense paperwork. It won’t discuss your account, give you a balance due, or offer any other help.

  263. Wasn’t Munck the guy whose friend the mountain climber? died? He was a Seattle Slough level douche.

  264. Was the bread gluten-free, Jazz? Because if it wasn’t, I’m afraid you’re gonna have to go scrub down in the decontamination chamber.

  265. Wasn’t Munck the guy whose friend the mountain climber? died? He was a Seattle Slough level douche.

    That’s the guy. Huge name-dropping douchebag. I was merciless when I found out his “really famous friend” fell off a mountain.

  266. No, the bread wasn’t gluten free at all. & I enjoyed it a LOT.

  267. Seattle Slough? AHAHAHAHA – man, that guy was a world-class asshole.

  268. Heh. You guys were really funneh on that one.

  269. Wow – some of the commenters at that article are chastising other commenters for NOT feeling sorry for the guy who killed a toddler.

    Sorry, dudes – someone uses a defenseless kid like a piñata, I ain’t feelin’ no kind of regret when he ends up taking a dirt nap. I hope he suffered big time.

  270. Since we’re reminiscing about old trolls, did Tubino swallow his (her?) own tongue or something?

  271. I never stirred it up with Munck, but it was fun to watch.

  272. Wait, we used to have trolls? Here? Or the old place?

  273. At the mothership, Jimbro

  274. Why are we talking about me? Let’s talk about something less attractive and fatter.

    Mare?

  275. Come on, MJ; it’s not nice to talk about people while they don’t actually exist to defend themselves.

  276. Trolls sound more like something found at AoS than here. Well, aside from us trolling each other.

  277. http://tinyurl.com/kfkc2xn

    “Preliminary results of analysis show that raspberries were popular in Odense in the 1300s”

    How about corn?

  278. I haven’t seen Tubino in ages. Seattle Slough sighting last month. So, car in front of us was having trouble maintaining its lane, Dan passes, I look over, woman has her tablet set up on the steering wheel. Looked like she was playing a game. $20

  279. Maybe if we had quality trolls, Rosetta wouldn’t have left. Maybe.

  280. Hot tub. No time machine. BBiaB.

  281. Have fun displacing everyone’s water, xbrad!

    Pizza time!

  282. Come on, MJ; it’s not nice to talk about people while they don’t actually exist to defend themselves.
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    That’s not true, Sean. She exists in 4D.

  283. MJ!

    Shriners have cars. Do they have planes too?

  284. You mocked a guy whose friend died?

    That’s pretty dicktastic, even for you Wiser.

  285. Steering wheel desk!

  286. “Please give me coke for 1 hour ”

    Who do I look like, lady–Sting?

  287. Scott, EXACTLY!!!!

  288. Bcoch, it was Bob Munck. He was Christopher Taylor douche level X2.

  289. That’s an awesome pic Oso.

  290. You mocked a guy whose imaginary friend died?

    Fixt. It was imaginary mockery, too. Wiser was just funning.

  291. Have fun displacing everyone’s water, xbrad!

    If it’s 50%+1 of some other substance, it’s no longer water.

  292. RL friend has never cared enough about politics (I KNOW!) to vote. She works for an oncologist. She H8s TFG and 0care. It is funny to see her lie on FB about people being hurt by ACA. FU Searchlight.

  293. If it’s 50%+1 of some other substance, it’s no longer water.

  294. Comment by Cyn on April 4, 2014 7:16 pm


    *taps side of nose*

    *points at Cyn*

  295. Killed it with Caddyshack?

    It’s like I don’t even know You People anymore.

  296. We need a good troll. We had three at this old site I frequented – Kulto, Catpeeler, and David Patton, back in the Bush Lied days.

    God, those were fun times. Now we’re just a fucking echo chamber. Well, except for recipes, gardening, and exercise.

  297. Last time I did it was about 2001 and one of the items was a sheared beaver coat. Somehow that became my item to auction off. By the end of the bidding the crowd was in tears with my commentary which was PG-13 by necessity.

    Oh come on, Jimbro! We need an example or three.

  298. You mean LauraW isn’t trolling with the gardening stuff? That’s real?

  299. Laura’s garden is serial.

  300. Sorry, cynabons. I was poking the rayciss tomahawk chop guy on FB.

  301. Well, it was a long time ago. It mostly stemmed from my inability to say sheared beaver coat without turning red in the face and breaking out in a goofy grin. And hinting that although it was a ladies coat many men like beaver too. And that it was a small beaver …pause… coat. Might be a tight beaver for some of you larger folks. Get your wife a new beaver… pause … coat. Substituting shaved for sheared. And so on.

  302. This looks like an awesome school, a magnet school for troubled youth:

    Trouble persists at Bartram High.

    A brawl erupted in the school cafeteria this week, with teenagers punching and stomping on one another and on school police. Students set off firecrackers inside the building. And the student who last month knocked a staffer unconscious was back in the halls of the Southwest Philadelphia school.

    “It’s normal for Bartram,” said one teacher, insisting on anonymity. “It’s our new normal.”

    Two weeks after “conflict resolution specialist” Alphonso Stevenson suffered a fractured skull and other injuries at the hands of a 17-year-old student, Philadelphia School District officials have sent a team to assess conditions inside the school, and added veteran troubleshooter Ozzie Wright as coprincipal. They have also reacted with dismay to what a spokesman called a “shocking” video of the cafeteria brawl.

    Four additional Philadelphia and school police officers will be in place at the school by Monday, a district spokesman said. Police and school teams have assessed Bartram’s building conditions and staff deployment plan. A community meeting is planned, and the district has reached out to city officials to get social-services help for students who need it.

    “We want to show students that this is a place where you come in, you learn, and adults are here to help you, to take care of you,” district spokesman Fernando Gallard said.

    http://www.philly.com/philly/education/20140404_Violence_erupts_anew_at_troubled_Bartram_High.html

  303. The average age of the women’s club members was about 150. I thought I was going to be reported to the Waldo County Sheriff but they actually thought I was funny. Always forgetting some old people were young wise asses too.

  304. Old beaver is tough, so I hear.

  305. >>>Sorry, cynabons. I was poking the rayciss tomahawk chop guy on FB.

    Oh yeah.

  306. Jimbro, great story. I can visualize it perfectly.

  307. Evenin’, former Mozilla CEOs.

  308. You can visualize a shaved beaver…..coat?

  309. *slides a drink down the bar to Andy*

  310. shaved beaver….coat

  311. I knew better…and yet, I still clicked.

  312. Oh…Andy…you should have mail. Gun Thread.

  313. I can visualize a bunch of Q-tips being more Blue than the racy auctioneer.

  314. It mostly stemmed from my inability to say sheared beaver coat without turning red in the face and breaking out in a goofy grin. And hinting that although it was a ladies coat many men like beaver too.

    Thanks. And yeah, old folks were once young, of course, and remember those days fondly.

  315. That’s some deep shag right there.

  316. Comment by Jazz on April 4, 2014 7:43 pm

    This looks like an awesome school, a magnet school for troubled youth:

    Those kids are at the point where the only way they’ll respect anyone is if the teacher beats them down. Since that will never happen, it’s a lost cause.

    Of course, it probably doesn’t help that the school is so big (1100 students!). That creates all sorts of room for trouble. You’d probably get rid of a lot of the problems by breaking it up and sending kids to five different schools instead.

  317. Even better, a lot of old folks no longer give a shit, so they enjoy being scandalous even more.

  318. That’s some deep shag right there.

    I was wondering if you had anything in a nice linoleum.

  319. Oh yeah, Oso. All H2ers will be in the assisted living facility some day.

  320. MJ!
    Shriners have cars. Do they have planes too?
    ———————–

    Yes?

  321. http://tinyurl.com/kqutfzz

  322. I was wondering if you had anything in a nice linoleum.
    —————————–
    I sort of prefer a nice, well made runner carpet.

    Breaks up the room, but not too much.

  323. UConn’s head coach says afletes.

    Nobody can tell him he sounds like an idiot because that would be racist.

  324. Linoleum?

    Lottsa upkeep with waxing and whatnot.

  325. Holder’s DOJ has already addressed schools like the Philly one. Black students are singled out for punishment. FYNQ

  326. Are you jerkin’ my merkin?

  327. Well, linoleum does need constant waxing. But what about tile?

  328. Dan swears I say “Reever” instead of “River”. He lies. (I may get mocha with my ‘ch’s)

  329. Carpet tile? You bet. One neat little square of… wait, what were we talking about again?

  330. Oso, where did you end up?

  331. I agree deep shag is better than sisal. Too rough on bare skin.

  332. Carpet tile? You bet. One neat little square of… wait, what were we talking about again?

    So bare floors and a welcome mat?

  333. Sometimes bare floors show off the French doors better.

  334. We’re in Colorado Springs. Baseball tomorrow and hockey on Sunday.

  335. Oso. . .

  336. We’re in Colorado Springs. Baseball tomorrow and hockey on Sunday.

    Let me know if you want to meet up at some point.

  337. Bare floors are easier to keep clean than carpet.

  338. Tile, linolium, shag, I don’t care. As long as it’s clean enough to eat off of, I’m happy.

  339. Mini Meat!

  340. CoAx, where exactly are you? We’ll be at the Tilted Kilt before the ballgame tomorrow. Using Marriot Rewards in the Springs this wknd.

  341. >> Oh…Andy…you should have mail. Gun Thread.

    I got it, and I’m still bitter that I can’t buy one of those in MA.

  342. Holder’s DOJ has already addressed schools like the Philly one. Black students are singled out for punishment. FYNQ

    Cannot have racial disparities in school punishment, you know. Holder said. So, if the three white students get disciplined (100%), the entire remainder of the AA, Hispanic, and Asian student body has to get disciplined, too.

  343. Oso – CLICK THE DAMNED LINK!

  344. [i]I got it, and I’m still bitter that I can’t buy one of those in MA.[/i]

    He. Florida does some fucked up shit, but we like our guns. And the laser is screwed up. Needs adjusting. Right now the laser is about 12 inches to the right…at 10 feet. That’s…not even fucking close.

  345. Fuck Tilted Kilt, man.

  346. Chief, it won’t let me on mobile!!!!

  347. Fuck Tilted Kilt, man.
    —————————
    Yep. They’re off the approved vendor list for H2 Mini-Meats.

    Yardhouse is the preferred place.

  348. Sean, of all the breastaurants, TK has the least discriminatory hiring practices. Men in kilts!!!!

  349. That one dude did have some pretty nice legs, IIRC.

  350. Men in kilts!!!!

    I’ll keep that in mind if I ever go gay and/or want to get a job serving food to drunks.

  351. There is a Tilted Kilt 1/2 mile from my house.

    I’ve never been in it.

  352. He was a Ginger with nice abs too.

  353. Let’s name our indians. I’ll start:

    Drives with Vodka
    Walks like Pinball
    Breathes with Vapors

  354. >> Fuck Tilted Kilt, man.

    +1

  355. Fails to Ebrake

    http://imgur.com/gallery/ZHtjRDu

  356. Oso, are you in Colorado Springs or Denver? I don’t know of a TK in CoSprings.

  357. Oh, I live in Colorado Springs.

  358. We’re staying in the Springs. Going into Denver for baseball and hockey. ‘

  359. Empty Glass Still Tinkling Ice

  360. Let’s name our indians.

    Tastes More Like Regular
    Calls It Maize
    Indifferent To Team Names

  361. “There’s only one God ma’am, and I’m pretty sure he doesn’t dress like that.”

  362. Let’s name our indians. I’ll start:

    Loves Casino Money
    Cries at Litter

  363. I’ve never been to a “Tilted Kilt”. I have been to the Market Cross Pub. The bartender is a cheery, heavyset woman and most of the wait staff are college kids.

    http://www.marketcrosspub.com/

  364. Ok. We can certainly meet up at the Tilted Kilt tomorrow afternoon, or if you want to meet somewhere here in town that would work as well. I’m busy Saturday morning and Sunday morning, but the rest of the weekend is free.

  365. Fails to Ebrake

    He’s lucky he missed the house.

  366. A “tilted kilt” is a Scot’s version of putting his underwear on backwards

  367. Cool. I’ll keep you posted.

  368. What’s wrong with Tilted Kilt?

    My softball team is planning to meet there to “plan out” this season.

  369. Watching a cool show on Coywolves.

    They figured out how they travel great distances without getting killed by cars.

    They use railroad tracks.

  370. Everyone is trying to wipe them out, the hunting season is year round and there is no bag limit, yet their population is exploding.

  371. Cyn and I were there on a MMA Saturday. Manager let us sit outside and visit without paying the cover. Made sure we had a server. She was really cute. I think the Cali Mini Meat got charged the MMA cover.

  372. wiser,
    Andy, b-rad and I had a mini-meat there about eight months before I quit drinking. After we had been there for a couple of hours and had already spent a bunch of money there, they told us that if we wanted to stay, we would have to each pay a $10 cover charge because of some UFC fight they were showing. They had not mentioned this fee upfront. We took our business to the Yard House instead.

  373. Scott, how much do they pay per pelt? One of my college roomies used to trap coyotes. I bet the coywolves are pretty plush in the Winter. /pelt coat blog

  374. A cover charge in a pub?! GTFO!

  375. I really liked the Tilted Kilt at the Rio in Vegas. We had our trade shows there for years.. one week a year for nine years or so.

    They were nice to me.

  376. It’s not really a pub, Chief. More of a vaguely Scottish-themed Hooters.

  377. And I was right, they know how far we can see at night and they stay just outside that range. 2000 coyotes live in Chicago, nobody ever sees them.

  378. 2000 coyotes live in Chicago, nobody ever sees them.

    That’s a long way to the border just for a day’s work.

  379. Twin Peaks is a lumberjacked themed Hooters. Mugs & Jugs is a Hofbrau themed Hooters. Bone Daddy’s is a BBQ themed Hooters. Ojos Locos is a Mexican themed Hooters. Breastaurants.

  380. 2000 coyotes live in Chicago, nobody ever sees them.

    How many feral animals live in Detroit?

    Also, how many coyotes?

  381. Coyotes can be those transporting illegals, or people that are half Messican/half Anglo.

  382. I saw one on my street in Ann Arbor once. Just trotting along.

  383. I hear coyotes in the hills pretty much every night when I’m sitting outside by the pool

  384. Tons of them out here at night, at least by the sound.

  385. if we wanted to stay, we would have to each pay a $10 cover charge because of some UFC fight they were showing.

    oh.

    still….

    hawt waitresses, right?

  386. Breastaurants.

    slow down…. I’m taking notes here……

  387. Urban coyotes live 2-3 times longer than the ones in the wild. There is one living in a park in Chicago that’s about to turn 15.

    Park geese are easy.

  388. We have coyotes everywhere. Condo HOA had to send out notices about letting cats, dogs, and kids out in common areas. Went out on the mesa to watch Leonids, 2 coyotes ran right by our lawn chairs.

  389. Breasteraunt Solutions™

  390. hawt waitresses, right?

    Meh.

  391. I bet coywolves are shitting on park slides near Detroit.

  392. I go to pubs. If I wanted to see scantily clad women, I’d go to a titty bar!

  393. Jimbro – The son ran a marathon in Detroit. He was remarking on the wild turkeys, coyotes, and deer. . .

  394. That’s some crazy stuff.

  395. Did anybody figure out the secret behind anybody else’s signature magic trick today?

  396. And I was right, they know how far we can see at night and they stay just outside that range.

    Reading that comment while looking at your avatar cracked me up.

  397. Meh.

    :(

  398. I think I mentioned this, but my brother’s game-cam is picking up coyotes in south-central PA and they never used to be there.

  399. Fulton County, Chief.

  400. Lipstick – They are being spotted in Perry and Juniata Counties.

  401. If I wanted to see scantily clad women, I’d go to a titty bar! your mom’s house!

    Fixt for somebody.

  402. >>>Did anybody figure out the secret behind anybody else’s signature magic trick today?

    http://tinyurl.com/kv8apn7

  403. Did anybody figure out the secret behind anybody else’s signature magic trick today?

    The secret is to cut a hole in the bottom of the popcorn bucket.

  404. If I didn’t have a privacy fence ol Moses would get et when he went out to pee at night

  405. Who made the “We call it maize” joke up there? Ah, Sean, I think.

    So I’m snortling and bent over from that when my sister calls. I have to explain why I’m gasping and giddy. She’s 7 years younger than me, so I don’t think she’d get the joke but she did. “I remember that commercial! It was like Sacheen Littlefeather out there touting margarine!”

  406. Lipstick – They are being spotted in Perry and Juniata Counties.

    Can we shoot them? *Quoting opening credits of Burn Notice*

  407. Coyotes. That’s from my sister’s apartment. Looking out onto the golf course.

    http://tinyurl.com/ldh5pml

  408. Happy to be of service, Lippy.

  409. >>Coyotes. That’s from my sister’s apartment.

    Ew.

    You know what looks really creepy and sends a shiver up my spine? Jackals. http://tinyurl.com/pso3vgt

    For me it is the way their hindquarters are so low.

    Fucking hell, I saw some in Africa and about, er, did to my jeans what someone is doing to playgrounds in Michigan.

  410. Hmmm….a .22lr probably isn’t going to take out that jackal, is it?

  411. Head shot might.

  412. I saw video of a pellet gun taking down a wild boar.

  413. It could have been a tranquilizer dart hitting Mare at a buffet. I forget.

  414. Pellet gun taking out a boar? In the eye?

  415. On this date, in 1969, Anita and I got married.
    Through no fault of my own, we are still married.
    So it goes…

  416. I saw a finger gun take down a fourth grader. He was expelled and everything.

  417. Congrats, Crispy!

  418. Congrats, Chrispy!!! I was still shitting my diapers in 1969. It’s good to see none of us has moved on….

    Wait… what?

  419. Congratulations, ChrisP and Anita!!!!

  420. Happy Anniversary, Chrispy! Give that girl a hug.

  421. I know 2 brothers who used to hunt wild boar for fun growing up in Brazil. (We TP houses, they had a wilder playground.)

    They say they would make a spear-like thing and bury the blunt end in the ground and the boar would charge and impale himself. Sounds crazy, but I’ve known these guys for many years.

  422. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ugyO7dcF1n8

  423. Congratulations and all the best wishes to ChrisP and Anita!

    It’s a wonderful thing you have done.

  424. * does math *

    Wow.

  425. Mr. RFH’s aunt and uncle are celebrating their 50th anniversary in June. I suggested a papal blessing. They are Catholic, none of their four kids are.

  426. I was told there would be no math.

  427. Math… not even once.

  428. That would be a nice thing, Roamie. How does a Papal Blessing come about?

  429. They are Catholic, none of their four kids are.

    Disturbingly common. We don’t seem to do a great job evangelizing our own.

  430. Lippy, we did that for Mr. RFH’s parents. A couple of months ahead of time, you send the request along with a letter from their parish priest, stating they are Catholics in good standing, and a donation for the monks who do the calligraphy.

    Mr. RFH made the frame. I have a pic here somewhere.

  431. Happy Anniversary to ChrisPy and the lovely Anita!

  432. “That’s some crazy stuff.”

    wurd homie!

  433. Thanks, Roamie. That sounds like a wonderful gift.

  434. blessing

  435. Congratulations, ChrisP and Anita! Many more blessings ahead I hope.

  436. Roamy, that’s so beautiful! And the frame — what kind of wood is that?

  437. Killed by a frame. That’s gotta be a first.

  438. Congrats Chrispy and Anita!

  439. and Happy Birthday, Michael!

  440. The sale of pills are at an all time high
    Young folks walking round with their heads in the sky
    The cities aflame in the summer time
    And oh, the derp goes on

  441. New poat.

  442. Morning, children. Congrats ChrisP.


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