Big Boob Friday™ Shitlord Style

Well this has been an interesting week. As per ushe (I’m talking like Oso) we got kicked right in the jimmy by our dear, dear friend, Justice John Roberts. At this point, we’ll need to win the next few elections to stack the court against the conservatives. You know, with actual conservatives.

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The disappointment continues below the fold:

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Doesn’t it really suck when you get your hopes up and then they get dashed apart like so many Spanish ships in the English Channel circa 1588.

Yeah, it does. Have a good weekend bishes.

374 Comments

  1. Well there went my good mood.

  2. Which offer are you going to take?

  3. I don’t know. The Ford job is a half hour commute to Dearborn most of the time and Ann Arbor some of the time, but I’m told I can work from home at least some of the time. The salary is comparable/slight improvement when annual bonus is factored in, and there are some nice side bennies for education and stuff. Plus, robot cars.

    My old building is a much smaller company now (<500 head count), and a shorter commute, with the promise of getting their VPN online in the near future. A lot of friends work there already, and I'd have opportunities for career growth and doing more interesting work than I'm doing now. Plus, my clearance stays intact.

  4. WTFITS

  5. Dearborn – great Lebanese food.

    So that’s a tick for that job.

  6. http://is.gd/vC60Ub

  7. I don’t know why you guys trust MJ anymore. Someone should really go rescue GND.

  8. That last link is for you cArIN, strawberry chicken.

  9. Local radio keeps announcing that the county clerks are ready to IMMEDIATELY start issuing marriage licenses when the SCOTUS decision comes in.

    NOW the government works quickly and with efficiency?

  10. He makes a mean daiquiri.

  11. I couldn’t eat a strawberry chicken.

  12. My little cochins are looking TOTALLY adorable. I really should do a chicken poat. It would certainly be better than this POS.

  13. Dearborn – great Lebanese food.

    Lost on me. If the money’s the same, it’s even harder to decide.

  14. I love Lebanese food. I could eat it every day. Meat meat more meat and veggies.

  15. NOW the government works quickly and with efficiency?

    Everyone works faster when motivated, and it’s always easier to destroy than to create.

  16. There might be leb food I’d like, but it’s not something that leans me toward/away from the fact that it’s still Dearbornistan.

  17. Pat works with Arabs every day. The ones he comes into contact with are not the crazy ones for the most part. they’ve cleaned up Dearborn pretty well.

  18. I’ve heard that, and the areas around the R&D center are pretty posh, but it’s still the city where Christians were arrested for handing leaflets.

    Honestly, though, that’s not really a significant factor in my thinking. The commute is 10 minutes longer, and it’s into a denser area so traffic will be a thing.

  19. BUT LEBANESE FOOD.

    I’m just joshing.

    But those Christians were in bad faith – what they did. It was a set-up on their part. If some Muslims appeared at a Catholic fair and were acting in an intimidating way etc they would be arrested as well. I know I would call the police.

    I know it’s unfair that “our side” needs to go WAY out of their way to insure they are not acting improper – while the left can push the boundary (such as the black panther’s intimidating voters) – but it is what it is and their actions did “our side” no favor.

  20. I think they WANTED to get arrested.

  21. Very possible, I wasn’t in favor of their attempt to provoke that outcome. It isn’t persecution if you beg to be persecuted.

    Gym time.

  22. I don’t know. The Ford job is a half hour commute to Dearborn most of the time and Ann Arbor some of the time, but I’m told I can work from home at least some of the time. The salary is comparable/slight improvement when annual bonus is factored in, and there are some nice side bennies for education and stuff. Plus, robot cars.
    My old building is a much smaller company now (<500 head count), and a shorter commute, with the promise of getting their VPN online in the near future. A lot of friends work there already, and I'd have opportunities for career growth and doing more interesting work than I'm doing now. Plus, my clearance stays intact.
    ——————————
    Here's my professional advice: quit your job and start making fake legs. There's a huge market for them in Asia.

    You wouldn't believe the amount of one legged people over there.

  23. Is it too soon to start talking about gardening again?

  24. Nah. Talk away. I kind of miss our morning chats.

    This office job is really taking a toll on my wasting of time.

  25. I’m waiting to see if zumba is do-able today (they post the workouts online). I don’t want to go if it’s all stuff I can’t do but they HAVEN’T POSTED THE DARN THING.

  26. *finally scans through gifs*

    OK, your model selection is for shit, and you’ve used every boob gif known to man.

    I got next week and probably the rest of July.

  27. Yeah! Cuz I’m super busy in July. Brazil!!!!

    If I can get a visa in time. If not I’ll go in August.

  28. I think what MJ did here was basically breaking a rule in order to get time off.

    At work if you’re caught on your phone you get a week off. Which … didn’t get the weekend you requested off? PROBLEM SOLVED.

  29. Working in a VPN would scare the shit out of me. Your boss doesn’t even have to look you in the eye when he sends you down the street talking to yourself.

    As to Dearborn, it’s full of fucking muzzies. I wouldn’t touch it with a ten foot pole.

    As to MJ’s poating credentials, he just lost them. Ban him.

  30. She seems nice. Also thanks for finding one without that haunted, eastern-europe look.

  31. I was cleared for all activity yesterday.

    I’m gonna trying biking this week.

  32. You know that feeling when you apply on-line for a job that would be a perfect fit that you really want and after you hit send and print it out you realize you put 2014 instead of 2015 in your employment history making it look like you’ve been out of work for a year?

    http://is.gd/UhMW2H

    Fuck me for realz.

  33. Yer Oso speak totes needs moar acronyms. Otherwise, nailed it!

  34. … you’ve used every boob gif known to man.

    The post’s only redeeming feature.

  35. I was cleared for all activity yesterday.

    When are you going to be cleared for posting again?

  36. heh, sorry to hear that pups. I’m sure that if you’re the right candidate, they will ask a question about that.

    Uh huh, that’s what I’m going with.

  37. I’d hit it.

  38. This poat is taking “your mom” humor too far!

  39. SSM wins in SCOTUS.

  40. Working in a VPN would scare the shit out of me. Your boss doesn’t even have to look you in the eye when he sends you down the street talking to yourself.

    What the heck do you think a VPN is? Virtual private network is how I got to keep my job without moving to Virginia.

  41. SSM wins in SCOTUS.

    Of course it does.

  42. Now can they just shut up and go corn hole one another in private?

  43. MJ, with MMM, there is always the danger that a tucker has slipped through. Still, I will take that anyday over the abomination you posted.

  44. I’d hit it.

    But you have a truck.

  45. Now can they just shut up and go corn hole one another in private?

    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!!

    you funny.

    Of course they won’t shut up. They don’t know how.

    Next step is to force churches to marry them.

  46. So, how long before they start to go after churches?

  47. What Hotspur said.

    Sick of the effing gays.

  48. Oh and rousing FU to the 52%, our Country is gone now.

  49. Neat.

  50. big victory to gay marriage supporters. Congrats. Let’s see how far you take this know. I fear I already know the answer.

  51. It will soon be illegal or at least a firing offense to be against an abomination. They won’t fire you for being pro-life at most places, but this? Nope, you’re a bigot.

  52. OTOH, homilies and sermons after tax-exempt status goes away are going to be AWESOME.

  53. My view about homosexuality is the same as my view about heterosexuality.

    Shut the damn door.

  54. That used to be mine, but that was back in the dark ages when we correctly enshrined the pre-political concept of one-man-one-woman-who-will-likely-raise-children in law as the basic unit of a functional culture. Now I sorta think the distinction is important.

  55. Sam Kinison couldn’t work today.

  56. The Fabulous Facedouche Fiesta™ has commenced. Look at all the rainbows!

  57. Mare is into inter-species love

    http://is.gd/NunQPt

  58. Is wiser now going to marry wiserbud?

  59. Now can they just shut up and go corn hole one another in private?

    Nope. This was never about what they do in private. This was about demanding that we normalize hedonism. The left doesn’t actually care about the normal, decent gay folks trying to live their lives. Their view of gay culture is the public orgies and in-your-face displays of San Francisco and elsewhere. It’s not Bob and Tom, the nice couple down the street who own the local bakery; it’s Bob and Tom on a float, waving inflatable penises in the air.

    And their goal is to make the culture nationwide.

  60. Good Gawd. What is this place? First a Rosetta sighting and now a gallery of unfortunate lingerie stretched within a millimeter of structural failure?

    By the way, wherever did you get these pictures of John Roberts in various states of undress?

  61. Near as I can tell, “marriage” as legally defined is no longer remotely the covenant recognized by the church, so it’s entirely licit for my wife and I to seek whatever legal arrangement best suits us.

    Second look at “divorce on paper” so Mrs. Caruthers can apply for all the single-mother benefits.

    *writes e-book: “Making Caesar Render Unto You”

  62. The Supreme Court can call a turtle a duck, but that doesn’t make it so.

    People who marry and have their own children will always viscerally understand the qualitative uniqueness of that union, and so will their children.

    All these attempts to make people use different words- you can’t use ‘wife,’ to refer to your spouse, etc.- this is all *wishing.* Some people *wish* a turtle can be a duck, and they will try to force you to say it, too, so they can indulge in a fantasy.

  63. Nope. This was never about what they do in private. This was about demanding that we normalize hedonism.
    It’s worse than that. It’s about making you think there is nothing special, sacred or moral about your heterosexual family with children. It’s about making you think there is no right or wrong, that no one’s behavior or way of life is better than anyone else’s. Because all our troubles stem from the desire to be right, good, correct, moral.

    Buggering children is next. Hell, the Brits don’t take the crime of raping children seriously; see Rotherham. An exceedingly small fraction of the exceedingly small numbers of gays will ever “marry.” The point here is to make marriage more meaningless to the vast majority than we already have. Besides, “Julia” is married to Obama’s state, remember?

    Just think what cultural wonders will arise under eight years of The Pantsuit.

  64. The goal of normalizing hedonism is to encourage dangerous and destructive behavior while at the same time eliminating the institutions that kept it in check. The endstate is one where the state steps in to control ever aspect of a person’s life in exchange for a promise that they will make things better and still allow you to live like a child without any sort of responsibility. Basically, Brave New World.

  65. We will see no more Scalias on the bench, that’s certain.

    In a dissenting opinion, conservative Justice Antonin Scalia says the court’s decision shows it is a “threat to American democracy.”

    The ruling “says that my ruler and the ruler of 320 million Americans coast-to-coast, is a majority of the nine lawyers on the Supreme Court,” Scalia said.

  66. “My eyes! The goggles they do nothing!!”

  67. It won’t be much fun to grow up in the panopticon which will be the US in coming years. Although I suppose if you’re satisfied with an iPhone and a dozen ways to be sexually stimulated, living the rest of your life in a cage working as a petty bureaucrat watching over a thousand other petty bureaucrats who watch you in turn, you’re good to go.

  68. Antonin Scalia is the St Sir Thomas More of our time.

  69. Okay, now that gay is mandatory, I’m fully gay for Antonin Scalia. Feast on this:

    “If, even as the price to be paid for a fifth vote, I ever joined an opinion for the Court that began: ‘The Constitution promises liberty to all within its reach, a liberty that includes certain specific rights that allow persons, within a lawful realm, to define and express their identity,’ I would hide my head in a bag. The Supreme Court of the United States has descended from the disciplined legal reasoning of John Marshall and Joseph Story to the mystical aphorisms of the fortune cookie.”

  70. The ones he comes into contact with are not the crazy ones for the most part. they’ve cleaned up Dearborn pretty well.

    More than 50 percent of muslims, in this country, want sharia law.

  71. Let’s see. Terrorist attack killing dozens at a resort in Tunis, ISIS attacks an American owned factory in France leaving a head impaled on a fence. Obama is pleased. It’s a good day so far.

  72. I asked my husband if we can stop having those “gay pride” parades now that it’s the law of the land. W/o a similar “Hetero” pride it’s basically a useless display. THey have the rights they claimed they wanted now I’d like them to get busy getting married and becoming respectable citizens. Stop acting like hedonistic assholes and claim your “happiness”.

  73. It’s not about happiness. It’s about control. It’s been removed from the states, and absorbed by the Federal Government.

    Wow, Scalia’s dissent is scathing.

    http://dailycaller.com/2015/06/26/read-the-highlights-from-antonin-scalias-face-melting-dissent-on-gay-marriage/

  74. Hotspur that cake looks like it has gluten

  75. Fuck it. I’m done with even bothering to vote. This country has become a model for fascist oligarchy.

  76. Oh dear, Car in. Never gonna happen. Because gays are a permanent micro minority which engages in self-destructive behavior and spreads disease like mad. Therefore they are saintly and must be worshipped.

    One out of five gay men have HIV, even today and, one out of four have done crystal meth. Tim Cook is the phony face of gay propaganda. To be a gay man is a tragedy, and not because of anyone heterosexual.

    http://28sherman.blogspot.com/2015/05/hivaids-gays-and-reality.html

  77. Heh, now you can’t buy Confederate flags at freakin’ Gettysburg:

    http://www.ijreview.com/2015/06/353755-gettysburg-just-made-major-decision-confederate-flag-gift-shops/

  78. Way ahead of you, MCPO. Being dead in Clownifornia my vote has been worthless for years already.

  79. It’s the Crazy Years, J’ames.

  80. I have a man crush on Justice Scalia!

    From his dissent:

    Of course the opinion’s showy profundities are often
    profoundly incoherent. “The nature of marriage is that,
    through its enduring bond, two persons together can find
    other freedoms, such as expression, intimacy, and spirituality.”

    (Really? Who ever thought that intimacy and
    spirituality [whatever that means] were freedoms? And if
    intimacy is, one would think Freedom of Intimacy is
    abridged rather than expanded by marriage. Ask the
    nearest hippie. Expression, sure enough, is a freedom, but
    anyone in a long-lasting marriage will attest that that
    happy state constricts, rather than expands, what one can
    prudently say.)

    BWAAAAAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!!

  81. Mine are bigger

  82. I find it interesting because many (very nice) gays have been lead to believe that a major source of their unhappiness is this bogus charge that they cannot love who they want.

    Which is stupid. OF COURSE they can love who they want. ANd they could set up households and etc to accommodate it. The left thrives on making HUGE issues out of repetitively meaningless symbols. Marriage always has been a sorta hetero institution and for decades gays have been pretty much content with setting up alternative committed relationships to go with their choices. And it’s been pretty much ok for them.

    But for the last 15 years activists have convinced gays that THIS PIECE is what is missing from their life – they did this in order (of course) to fire up a nice healthy voting block. IF ONLY they could marry their lives would be magically transformed into happiness.

    NOt realizing – that it’s just pretty much a hetero symbolic thing. For some – it has deep religious meaning and thus it means more for them.

    IMHO – for them nothing really has changed. Many of the gay folks I know are single – so they certainly aren’t going to run out and get married today. THey need to get a date first.

  83. repetitively – relatively.

  84. *tosses sohos $1.37 in bitcoin

  85. More from Scalia:

    Rights, we are told, can “rise . . . from a
    better informed understanding of how constitutional
    imperatives define a liberty that remains urgent in our
    own era.”24 (Huh? How can a better informed understanding
    of how constitutional imperatives [whatever that
    means] define [whatever that means] an urgent liberty
    [never mind], give birth to a right?)

  86. Confederate battle flag

    ““The most effective way to destroy people is to deny and obliterate their own understanding of their history.”

    ― George Orwell

    Marching through our institutions for years.

    You should go look back at the link I shared yesterday about the purposeful dumbing down of education…not just here. Stupid sheep are easily led.

  87. *arm wrestles wiser to win chairmanship of Scalia fan club*

  88. *Begins specializing in gay divorce.

  89. Heh, bad business model, no one is getting married.

  90. Reminds me years ago of a comment at Protein wisdom by Happyfeet. When gay marriage briefly first appeared out there he conveyed a story that one of his gay co-works was all unhappy because his boyfriend didn’t want to marry him.

    lol. Welcome to the misery.

  91. *begins taking bets on date when SCOTUS dictates legality of polygamy*

  92. Which tubba playing faggot is responsible for this atrocity?

  93. Not only are hers bigger, they’re beautimous.

  94. *begins taking bets on when Tim Cook, noted plutocrat bigot and hypocrite, removes games from App Store which contain soviet and nazi flags*

    My two bucks is on never.

  95. By the way, has Apple yet censored Huckleberry Finn in their iBooks store?

    Because if they haven’t then I say Tim Cook hates blacks.

  96. *begins taking bets on date when SCOTUS dictates legality of polygamy*

    Roberts addressed that point in his dissent.

  97. *arm wrestles wiser to win chairmanship of Scalia fan club*

    like your decayed body has any muscle tone whatsoever.

  98. Today’s SSM ruling will be the basis for an argument for nationwide constitutional carry in a 2A case.

  99. Fuck it. I’m done with even bothering to vote. This country has become a model for fascist oligarchy.

    While I agree with your current assessment, I disagree with your solution to the problem. (yeah, I know, yesterday, I was all LIB and shit, but fuck you)

    Not voting is giving up. As much as I do not expect to win, I will not quit. I refuse to give in to the enemy and yes, I now consider the majority of the Republican Party to be my enemy.

    I may not vote for the R, but I will vote.

    Futile as it may be, I just couldn’t live with myself if I just quietly surrendered.

  100. Today’s SSM ruling will be the basis for an argument for nationwide constitutional carry in a 2A case.

    Wouldn’t that be precious?

  101. I’m with Wiser. Or WIserbud. I forget which.

  102. I am not too bothered by todays decision itself, except for the way they dragged the constitution in a dispute where it did not belong.

    But the Obamacare ruling angers me. I am not the conspiracy type, but I sure wish I could find out if Roberts is being blackmailed or threatened.

  103. I’m with Wiser. Or WIserbud. I forget which.

    they’re both pretty damn smart

  104. I am not too bothered by todays decision itself,

    My problem is not with this ruling, except for the precedent it sets.

    And what it portends. As I said above, if you think the militant gays are done, you’re fooling yourself.

  105. http://www.livescience.com/15322-healthiest-backyard-weeds.html

    I have just about all of these in my yard.

  106. I am worried that the anti-establishment/conservative/libertarian/tea party vote is being split up way too much between Cruz, Rubio, Rand Paul and Walker. Not to mention Bobby Jindal, who is running for some reason that is clear to only him.

    This allows Bush to advance. At some point, the only candidates left standing will be him and trump, and the horrified primary voters will hand the nomination to Bush.

  107. I’d love to see a study of the percentage of gays that get married vs. the entire gay population in the states where it’s currently legal.

    I just can’t imagine we’re talking about a significant percentage of the overall population of this country.

  108. When gay marriage briefly first appeared out there he conveyed a story that one of his gay co-works was all unhappy because his boyfriend didn’t want to marry him.

    A lot of gay leaders such as Harvey Milk were opposed to gay marriage for precisely that reason: they didn’t want their current boy-toy getting any ideas that he was permenant.

  109. I am worried that the anti-establishment/conservative/libertarian/tea party vote is being split up way too much between Cruz, Rubio, Rand Paul and Walker. Not to mention Bobby Jindal, who is running for some reason that is clear to only him.

    Walker and Rubio (or Walker & Cruz or Rubio & Cruz (unlikely)) form an alliance and they will destroy the rest of the crowd. Paul, Christie, Trump, Jindal, all have absolutely zero chance.

    And I really don’t see Bush’s numbers getting much higher than they are. As the pack winnows, he will stay where he is and someone will rise to the top.

  110. Wiser, at some point the militant gays are going to clash against muslims. There are too many contradictions within the democrat coalition. It is fun to force a christian baker to bake a cake for a gay wedding. At some point a muslim baker will get dragged in, and the fun will start.

  111. CO – I remember when I was in college – (and liberal) many of the gay essayists/activists argued that they were forming a new path and wanted no part of our hetero-normative lifestyle. Those articles have all gone down the memory hole.

  112. Gay men have even admitted that monogamy isn’t necessarily a part of their lifestyle.

  113. Gay men have even admitted that monogamy isn’t necessarily a part of their lifestyle.

    Yup. And the left will admit to each other that one of the effects of gay marriage is going to be to force straights to “reconsider the importance of monogamy”.

  114. Wiser, at some point the militant gays are going to clash against muslims

    And it will be glorious to watch. Wait until they come asking for our help to defeat their opponent……

    (you may choose whichever side “they” stands for in the above sentence.)

  115. The guy from Beautiful Atrocities used to talk about that. He had a funny bit about how you couldn’t have your gay wedding if they wanted to chop your head off.

    Jeff – he was hilarious.

  116. Look up numbers for gay marriages. Any split for if they are male-male or female-female? Media dodges that for some odd reason. Either way, the numbers are low. Over 12,000 Americans die from HIV/AIDS every year, a majority of which are gay. Do more gay guys get married or get HIV/die from AIDS in the average year? This would be a nice comparison as same sex marriage spreads. How many gay men have HIV in America? It is roughly 650,000. They make up over 50% of the HIV infected population, and the CDC says there are over 1.2 million infected with over 100,000 infected but unaware. That 650,000 number of infected gays would be the 25th largest city in America.

  117. Michael Moore ‏@MMFlint 1h1 hour ago

    For all who’ve had 2 hide in shame when the only shame due was 4 those who made u hide- & 4 EVERYONE hurt by those who hate, THIS day is 4 u

  118. Yeah, because gays were hiding in shame. They must have been hiding inside those big rainbow floats with the half-naked men dancing on them or hiding in every freaking TV show out there right now.

  119. Michael Moore ‏@MMFlint 1h1 hour ago
    For all who’ve had 2 hide in shame when the only shame due was 4 those who made u hide- & 4 EVERYONE hurt by those who hate, THIS day is 4 u

    FOOTLONGS ALL AROUND!!!!

  120. WTFF?

    VATICAN CITY (AP) — The Vatican signed a treaty with the “State of Palestine” on Friday, saying it hoped its legal recognition of the state would help stimulate peace with Israel and that the treaty itself would serve as a model for other Mideast countries.

  121. “Yeah, because gays were hiding in shame. They must have been hiding inside those big rainbow floats with the half-naked men dancing on them or hiding in every freaking TV show out there right now”

    Gawd I love you guys.

    WAIT. Forget I said that.

  122. Or hiding in the aisles of commercial airliners serving coffee, tea, and snacks.

  123. What’s also gonna be fun to watch is when a black church has it’s tax-exempt status threatened for not performing a gay marriage.

  124. And of course, women’s softball players are notorious for their heterosexual relationships.

  125. Noble victimized gays have had to hide shamefully in hair salons and in design schools for far too many years.

  126. Downtown Ann Arbor by the courthouse is mobbed. Every fucking tv and radio station has a van there. There are reporters all over the fucking place.

  127. Hotspur, $20 if you go down there and burn a rainbow flag in front of the media.

  128. What’s also gonna be fun to watch is when a black church has it’s tax-exempt status threatened for not performing a gay marriage.

    No gay will dare push this tactic. It will be your conventional white church in a red state that gets singled out. For the same reasons no gay will push against Muslim mosques. Since there is no longer equality before the law, don’t expect equal treatment.

  129. When conservatives argue that marriage is a great stabilizer and force for reducing poverty, I don’t fully agree.

    It is the same argument that giving people easy financing to buy houses will make them responsible middle class people.

    Responsible behavior leads to home ownership, not the other way.
    Similarly, responsible behavior leads to income growth and marriage.
    Marriage does not lead to income growth and maturity.

    If you are irresponsible and you marry, you will fuck up two or more lives instead of just your own.

  130. Tushar, the key is culture. Marriage works when it’s part of a culture that demands people settle down and be responsible, and in turn marriage can help reinforce that culture. The left has been working for decades to destroy the culture of this country, and we’re where we are today because of it.

  131. Tush shows more sense than most pasty white people lately. I’d offer to make Tush an honorary white, but that would be an insult given what sort of things white people like these days.

  132. Well I think it’s time. As you guys have heard, I recently got engaged.

    What I didn’t tell you is that my soon to be wife is Hotspur.

    Our ‘in the shadows’ relationship that was hidden behind our tiaras, tutus, rainbow flags, giant penis balloons, cod pieces, glitter make up, and leather masks can now be in the sunlight.

  133. Had a lunch with someone who was elated over the ruling.

    We may not be friends anymore. Her loss.

  134. MJ, are you registered at Frederick’s of Hollywood?

  135. Marriage takes commitment, Tushar. That first part weeds out most of the irresponsible applicants. Therefore I can still agree with the first sentence that you have difficulty agreeing with.

  136. >>but that would be an insult given what sort of things white people like these days.

    Ha ha ha!

  137. Jay, I said I don’t fully agree.

  138. I think the kneejerk reaction of many people who have gay friends is to be happy for them. I have conservative friends who are happy for THEM.

    I’m not going to talk them out of it. I just don’t personally see why anything -outside of symbolism – has been changed (for gays ) by this.

    But as I wrote earlier. The left cares so much for symbolic things. IT’s rather stupid.

  139. “Marriage does not lead to income growth and maturity.”

    Yes but it’s symbolic of something!! And therefor important.

  140. India had an archaic ban on homosexuality. The courts recently overturned it. The reaction from the general population was placid.

    “You mean to tell me he wants to put it there? Freaky. Oh well”.

    Indians are tolerant as long as you don’t use that to intrude on their regular lives and lord over them. If Gays try to force temples to perform same sex marriage, there will be blood.

  141. Marriage correlates to those traits. In some cases it causes them to arise, in others it come into the union with the parties involved. But the correlation is undeniable.

  142. My problem with this whole thing is the same old problem I have always had with the government. They pick winners and losers.

    Married people never should have been given a special tax code. Inherited money should never have been taxed no matter who it was left to. It was already taxed once. No deductions should have been given for children, etc., etc.
    Churches should never have been tax exempt, nor should any non-profit that has money left over at the end of the year.

    If the government wasn’t so hell bent on discrimination we wouldn’t have these messes.

    So I am glad for the queers. Now get out of my face.

  143. If Gays try to force temples to perform same sex marriage, there will be blood.

    I’m not kidding when I say that pushing hard against Hindus is on my list of things to never do without a very, very good reason.

  144. Gotta admit, as beards go, GND is a pretty hot one….

  145. gah. Ok I’m turning off facebook for the day.

    I can’t stand the stupidity.

  146. “Gotta admit, as beards go, GND is a pretty hot one….”

    I think MJ’s a tucker though.

  147. I repeat, fellas, this isn’t about gays. This is about trivializing marriage, especially the good old get-married-and-stay-married Ozzie and Harriet kind of fruitful marriage. Marriage is to be reduced to the level of deciding whether or not to have a pet, or a tattoo.

  148. If you have one real (not phony gay) marriage with kids and you work and stay married, don’t be gittin’ any ideas that you’re better than the unemployed overweight woman with five kids from five different baby daddies, or the pozzie gay couple who have four Jack Russell terriers and get free HIV cocktails from the government funded clinic.

  149. It has begun.

    Karen Finney, a top advisor for Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign, declined to answer if she believes churches that refuse to perform same sex marriages should lose their tax exempt status. Responding to a question from Breitbart News, Finney dodged with, “honestly today just thinking about what this means for my LGBT friends.”

  150. Just because you have silenced a man, you have not converted him.

  151. This will end in popular support for ISIS in the US, or worse.

  152. Say what you will about sharia law, it’s at least an actual law. The words mean things.

  153. Fuck the $20 for burning a rainbow flag bet. Hotspur, I’ve got $100 for you if you march down there and eat a whole bag of dicks. Even better, do it in Dixboro, for the symbolism!

  154. No man can eat a whole bag of dicks. It’s impossible.

  155. You been talking to Rosetta again, CA?

  156. >>Comment by Colorado Alex on June 26, 2015 2:16 pm
    >>No man can eat a whole bag of dicks. It’s impossible.

    Heed the man. He speaketh from personal experience.

  157. Heed the man. He speaketh from personal experience.

    I said “no man”, I didn’t say anything about your mom. She considers it a warm up.

  158. Gabe shout-out on Rush!

  159. Anyone who thinks this is about gay marriage is mental.

    Also Supreme Court, take this bag of dicks and cram them up your cram hole.

    You’ve been legal retard bullshitters twice this week. Blow me.

  160. Why? What did Gabe say?

  161. What article did Rush quote?

  162. Why? What did Gabe say?

    He read from this:

    http://hotair.com/archives/2015/06/25/scotus-to-the-executive-branch-well-take-it-from-here/

  163. Relax with a bale of hay or some oats, mare. We no longer have to worry about politics in the Nation Below Canada. We have a ruling class and it does as it will. Voting is just panem et circenses.

  164. Slightly NSFW. Not freaky. A bit funny

  165. which really sucks, because I was going to use that tomorrow in our discussion of the ruling.

  166. And George is right ( like Wiser I don’t want to give up, however) why vote if the Supreme dicholes do what they FEEL like regardless of the fricken Constitution? And of course the voters outcomes, See: how California voted vs what the court decided on citing flimsy made up ” rights”.

  167. Supreme Court = So mentally weak, a child could do it.

  168. If SCOTUS is now free to legislate, shouldn’t we force them to stand for national election and set term limits upon their “service”?

  169. Good point, MCPO , absolutely.

  170. That only works for the conservative ones, since we’ll never have a GOP president again.

  171. We’ll have GOP presidents.

    They will never again be conservatives.

  172. Someone with better photoshop skills than I have needs to convert the middle finger on our Animosity International symbol to a dick.

    Use that as the symbol for today’s SCOTUS ruling.

  173. I like Teresa’s idea. I’d like to wear a t-shirt to D.C. With that logo which says:
    The SCJ’s can go screw each other, hard, but first they will blow me!

  174. I’ve had to unfollow a lot of fuckwits on facedouche today.

  175. I’ve been tempted, but I’m resisting.

    They don’t have any idea of what they are celebrating, do they?

  176. If I had a facedouche page, I’d have probably killed someone already….

  177. Celebrate today, because the SJWs will be just as unhappy in a week.

  178. Deep down, SJWs are deeply unhappy. They are trying to hide from themselves the fact that the source of their unhappiness can be located in the nearest mirror.
    Nothing can ever make them happy. Joy is alien to them.

  179. Remind them that the same tortured logic used here could be used to eliminate 2A restrictions, prostitution laws, and dry counties.

    Or, for that matter, wet counties.

  180. We could use this precedent to overturn most of California’s absurdities, also.

    If it’s legal anywhere, it MUST be legal everywhere. It’s a HUMAN RIGHT.

  181. There’s a Powerhouse gym 2.7 miles from the Ford R&D facility.

    Status of shit: real.

  182. Will never happen, leon. Because we are the spineless ones.

    This will come back to haunt them, but not for the reason you cite. It will be something we haven’t imagined. But they will tout it as a benefit, as it pushes us farther down the hole.

  183. Well, polygamy will be legal next month, we know that.

    But we should be citing this decision always. Every case. If federalism is truly dead we may as well get some good stuff out of it before the Burning Times.

  184. My dog Tiki barks at everything that moves. Barks at leaves falling from trees. Squirrels, groundhogs, mailman, me, neighbor, visitors…. everything. He’s totally harmless, but he thinks he’s a badass.

    This morning, I heard him growling from inside at something that was in our back yard

    thehostages.files.wordpress.com/2015/06/image2.jpg

    I quietly opened the screen door and whispered “go get him…”

    Tiki backs up….

    thehostages.files.wordpress.com/2015/06/image3.jpg

    And looks at me like “ummmmmmmmm …… seriously?”

    thehostages.files.wordpress.com/2015/06/image4.jpg

    He eventually went out and chased it away, but his initial reaction was hilarious…….

  185. I don’t know about polygamy, but the people other than L and G in the LGBTQQAFUCK community will soon be up in arms because they didn’t get any goodies while the gays made hay.

  186. No, trannies of any description can now have state sanction, Tushar.

    The question soon to be asked is whether state laws about cosanguinity are dead now too.

  187. Can Tiki finally marry Sox?

  188. Gavin Mcinnes is an ass. But oh how he deconstructs SJWs

  189. Anyone of you who thinks their parents did not give them a nice enough name, apologize and thank them RIGHT NOW.

    http://herald-review.com/news/local/crime-and-courts/shitavious-cook-gets-years-in-shooting-pleas/article_280e78cd-3b32-510b-a980-6ea4f33b9a49.html

  190. H2 arrest records names

    Shitavious Cook
    Bendadick Arnold
    Fucklebunny Da’Quesha
    Phil McCreviss
    Smegmavon Dashiki
    Noxzema Ubuntu
    Cthulhu Fhtagn
    Asswipé Bitewing
    Rosetta

  191. Politico:

    The question presents itself: Where does the next advance come? The answer is going to make nearly everyone uncomfortable: Now that we’ve defined that love and devotion and family isn’t driven by gender alone, why should it be limited to just two individuals? The most natural advance next for marriage lies in legalized polygamy—yet many of the same people who pressed for marriage equality for gay couples oppose it.

    This is not an abstract issue. In Chief Justice John Roberts’ dissenting opinion, he remarks, “It is striking how much of the majority’s reasoning would apply with equal force to the claim of a fundamental right to plural marriage.” As is often the case with critics of polygamy, he neglects to mention why this is a fate to be feared. Polygamy today stands as a taboo just as strong as same-sex marriage was several decades ago—it’s effectively only discussed as outdated jokes about Utah and Mormons, who banned the practice over 120 years ago.

  192. The censorship begins. Any Pennsylvania hostages?

    As a result of Friday’s ruling, PennLive/The Patriot-News will very strictly limit op-Eds and letters to the editor in opposition to same-sex marriage.

    These unions are now the law of the land. And we will not publish such letters and op-Eds any more than we would publish those that are racist, sexist or anti-Semitic.

    We will, however, for a limited time, accept letters and op-Eds on the high court’s decision and its legal merits.

  193. While Obama is busy French kissing fags, business as usual continues.

    Today’s installment of the ongoing “Cyber Pearl Harbor” saga is pretty hair-raising, as Newsweek reveals Chinese hackers got into the FBI’s computer systems, as well as the Office of Personnel Management, compromising “an untold number of FBI agents’ personnel files” with “potentially dangerous national security implications.”

  194. >>>>>The censorship begins. Any Pennsylvania hostages?

    Wow. I mean… just….

    Wow…..

  195. Greetings, people who are wondering what Harriet Miers is up to these days.

  196. So don’t forget, if you think gay marriage is a farce you’re worse than Bull Connor. Or Robert Byrd.

  197. Could Miers have been worse than Roberts? I don’t know any longer.

  198. As a result of Friday’s ruling, PennLive/The Patriot-News will very strictly limit op-Eds and letters to the editor in opposition to same-sex marriage.

    These unions are now the law of the land.

    I’m sure they would have taken a similar stance after, say, the Dred Scott case or Plessy v Ferguson. Yeah.

  199. Every day we’re step by step closer to Idiocracy.

  200. >>>>
    So don’t forget, if you think gay marriage is a farce you’re worse than Bull Connor. Or Robert Byrd.

    Shut yo mouf, h8er. Robert Byrd was a saint!

    Signed

    Hypocrite (read: “all”) Democrats

  201. Gay marriage was not the law of the land until today, so did this editorial board previously strictly limit pro gay marriage letters and op-eds, or should I just go drink bleach?

  202. >>>>Gay marriage was not the law of the land until today, so did this editorial board previously strictly limit pro gay marriage letters and op-eds, or should I just go drink bleach?

    That actually sounds like an awesome letter to write to the editors…..

  203. I really don’t give a crap about gay marriage, but I have always been against it because I knew it was just another step for SJWs. I can’t wait to see what the next new normal is. Whatever it is, I am against it.

  204. You realize of course all of the cant and weasel wordsmanship over fag marriage from the Supremes boils down to this: a lot of people, especially right-thinking elite people want this. Therefore politics demand we make it legal.

    Should all the right people in the culture want slavery again, this set on the Court would deliver it in a heartbeat.

  205. I can’t wait to see what the next new normal is. Whatever it is, I am against it.

  206. Scott, Wiser

    I suppose one of you has Rosetta’s address.

    http://dicksbymail.com

  207. I’m with Scott. I really don’t give a crap about gay marriage. I do care that 5 idiots in robes have negated the rights of 320 million Americans. What’s next? Fuckerbee suddenly jumping to front-runner status with a buttload of D-rats fleeing the plantation? Meh.

  208. It’s good to be the king. Or one of the king’s bootlickers.

    John Boehner and Barack Obama’s relationship reached new heights Friday.

    The Republican House Speaker took his first trip with the president on Air Force One as the two headed to Charleston, South Carolina, to mourn the nine African-American men and women killed at their church last week.

    Obama has never been known as much of a schmoozer, but in recent months he has treated fellow lawmakers from both parties to trips aboard Air Force One with him as a way of currying favor and engaging in discussions with a captive audience.

  209. Someone needs to negate a state’s right to determine where you can buy alcohol. I should be able to go into any grocery store in America and be able to buy package liquor, beer, and wine.

  210. It’s lovely to know that now Obama’s marriage is legal in all 57 states.

  211. Senator Don Imus strikes again.

    It was like an out-of-body experience,” Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell says. He was talking about his congratulatory phone call from President Obama after Trade Promotion Authority (TPA) passed the Senate last week. “It was kind of fun.” McConnell enjoyed hearing the president castigate Democrats who voted against TPA and oppose the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade treaty whose passage is now all but certain.

  212. White people, before you eat really spicy Indian food, ask yourself:
    Will you be able to handle it the next day?

  213. ”I should be able to go into any grocery store in America and be able to buy package liquor, beer, and wine’…….and pot, while naked.

  214. bad url paste, ruined the joke.
    Here is the url:

    http://is.gd/BlphHu

  215. Ixnay on the nekkid. Bad enough people aren’t fat-shamed out of wearing Daisy Dukes. Why are they even available in those sizes???

  216. There ought to be a federal law banning the sale of Daisy Dukes to fat people in all 50 states. Or mandating the sale of Daisy Dukes to fat people in all 50 states.

    Whichever is polling better at the time.

  217. Just think, 50 years ago Elvis was considered obscene.

    Where does it stop?

  218. Sean, did you know the chick with the big rack was in the seat behind you at the Angels’ game?

  219. Scott, SMOD 2016. Or when the Muzzies TFG is importing take over.

  220. It won’t stop until your 12 year old daughter can buy heroin at the corner drug store and take it back to her 30 year old girlfriend’s house.

  221. I wonder, in the history of any country, has culture ever shifted towards more modesty and temperance, instead of the the relentless march towards more and more hedonism?

  222. Of course, but only after disaster.

  223. Post-revolution Iran.

  224. I wonder, in the history of any country, has culture ever shifted towards more modesty and temperance, instead of the the relentless march towards more and more hedonism?

    In the recent past, Iran circa 1979 comes to mind.

  225. OFFS. The fucking WordPress dashboard has a fucking rainbow banner.

  226. Sean, did you know the chick with the big rack was in the seat behind you at the Angels’ game?

    Nope. Someone else pointed her out to me after I posted the pic.

  227. Rats. Dan was right.

  228. So if you are bisexual, can you marry a man and a woman?

    No?

    That’s not fair!

  229. Scott,

    I’ve been predicting that the posterchildren for polygamy won’t be Muslims, but will instead be some suburban liberal couple. Some beta male and his wife and their mutual girlfriend.

  230. The gaystapo won’t directly sue a church for not providing a gay wedding.

    They’ll first have a gay couple sure a Catholic hospital for not recognizing the marriage, and not providing benefits.

  231. Our former Archbishop used to go-off on all the babies being born to unmarried women in “Committed” relationships. He threatened to stop baptizing kids of unmarried parents. Didn’t follow through. Too much Free Shit that the baby mamas lose if they marry. We have more gay-married young couples at the Club, than traditional.

  232. My brother and Dan have been watching chick soccer. I’m so glad the SCOTUS will now allow them to marry each other and keep that shit away from me.

  233. So, I’m free to marry a sandwich now?

  234. I mean, I’m totally gay for sandwiches, especially that have sauerkraut upon them. I guess it’s a right now. Woo?

  235. If you like belly dancing, this is a good number

    http://is.gd/MMg5Xp

    The dancer, from her name, appears to be Russian or eastern European. The music is Indian.

  236. Oso,

    Polygamy and incest are next, so you’ll still have to listen to that shit.

  237. Pop quiz, hotshot. I’m in a loving and committed but non-traditional relationship…with my Confederate Battle Flag. And I want to marry it. What do you do? What do you do?

  238. CoAlex, thanks for that. Totes ruined my day. (My day was pretty shitty to begin with. Had to cashier and work in clothing. A Member reported a group of feather Indians, opening diapers and wipes in Health & Wellness. No longer HBA, because ‘beauty’ is no longer acceptable. Oso digression. APe had already gone home. Over $100 in shrink. I clocked out before the dirty diaper hunt began)

  239. Oooh…nice Speed reference. Shoot the flag!!!

  240. Ooooo, nice one Sean.

    I’m in love with a Browning M2 .50 caliber machine gun, but the law of the land says that we can never be together.

  241. On a positive note, Whole Foods had some really fresh red snapper fillets today. I haven’t had Grouper or Snapper in forever and they really hit the spot!

    On the other hand I saw the White House light in the rainbow flag colors. I was not aware that they light the White House in any colors. When did they start doing this?

  242. I’m in love with a Browning M2 .50 caliber machine gun, but the law of the land says that we can never be together.

    She can touch my shoulder any time she wants to.

  243. Had to cashier and work in clothing.

    They usually let you do that in the nude?

  244. When did they start doing this?

    Gosh, me too. I really wonder. *cough*faggotwithawookietrannywife*cough*

  245. lit sorry

  246. D
    Greetings, people who are wondering what Harriet Miers is up to these days.

    Oh, Sean, I weep.

  247. D
    Greetings, people who are wondering what Harriet Miers is up to these days.

    Oh, Sean, I weep.

  248. Mare!

  249. Do you weep, mare? I’m not entirely sure whether or not you weep.

  250. Everything is icky.

  251. Double Mare! Double Mare! OMG Double Mare!

  252. What does it meeeean?

  253. It’s so beautiful.

  254. Sean, heh.

  255. Everything is icky.

    That’s because it’s sticky.

  256. Don’t pet the sweaty things.

  257. Harriet Miers was a bad ass in TX. Broke several glass cielings in the good ol’ boy network. Not Ivy. That is all that mattered

  258. Ivy law school graduates should be barred from ever serving on any Federal bench.

  259. Did anybody bristle at anybody else’s insistence that a halter top, thigh-high boots, and short shorts were inappropriate attire for a Cub Scout meeting today?

  260. Sean, you’re so judgmental. If Wayne self identifies as a stripper named Mercedes, who are you to question him/her/zur?

  261. Ivy law school graduates should be crushed & driven before me, to the dulcet sound of the lamentations of their so-called women.

  262. Crap. CEILING.

  263. Certainly not the Cub Scouts.

  264. http://is.gd/BmJwSO

  265. Beyond parody! I just have to laugh at this point.

    WHEEEEE!

  266. Taste the rainbow!!!!

  267. Gross.

  268. Fill a shot glass with Skittles, then pour vodka over to fill the shot glass.

    Then toss that shit out and drink bourbon. Neat.

  269. Bourbon & Coke Zero.

  270. Diet Dr Pepper and hate.

  271. Food & Wine has a similar ‘rainbow foods’ post. Politics infects all aspects of these people’s lives.

    Plus they seriously think that a majority of their readership is going to want to make rainbow-themed foods because of this SCOTUS ruling.

  272. Plus they seriously think that a majority of their readership is going to want to make rainbow-themed foods because of this SCOTUS ruling.

    They seriously know that a m’jority of their readershit is going to put up with teh SJW horseshit & their ad revenue isn’t going to suffer enough long term because most of us are pussies.

  273. You Won’t Believe These 7 Easy Tricks to Make Your Salads More Inclusive

  274. Your Family Will Love These Nine Simple Methods Of Fisting

  275. Six Quick ‘n’ Lively Ways To Show Your Kids Sodomy Is Fun

  276. Can We Guess if You’re a Top or a Bottom Based on How Many Egg Yolks You Use in Your Bearnaise Sauce?

  277. Aren’t all the artificial food colorings needed for Teh Rainbow Foods of Gayness actually carcinogenic?

    Homophobic dyestuffs!

  278. If You Didn’t Think Cake Was Gay-Friendly, Wait Until You See These Eight Spooge Frostings

  279. They seriously know that a m’jority of their readershit is going to put up with teh SJW horseshit & their ad revenue isn’t going to suffer enough long term because most of us are pussies.

    What he said.

  280. Ten Ways To Celebrate Gay Marriage With Desserts Shaped Like Body Parts In States Of Arousal

  281. Fruit. Cock. Tail.

  282. ^LOL, that actually works pretty well.^

  283. You Won’t Believe This One Simple Trick to Keeping Your Bakery in Business!

  284. I’m just here so I won’t get fined.

  285. Seven simple sauces that also serve as anal lubricant!

  286. I propose that from now on SCOTUS should be referred to as SCROTUS.

  287. Four Foolproof Strategies To Issue Anonymous Death Threats To Homophobic Pizza Parlors

  288. Ok, which one of the looney tunes shit rainbow skittles all over the internets today

  289. I can hear so much in your sighs
    And I can see so much in your eyes
    There are words we both could say
    But don’t talk, put your derp on my shoulder

  290. Welp. I’m now gay married to a beer, a cup of coffee, & some eggs over easy.

  291. Leon’s Saturday Agenda:

    1. Coffee and salted chocolate candy breffast
    2. Gym time.
    3. Meijer for church event groceries
    4. Wash dishes and clean kitchen
    5. Build changing table while lamenting the world my child will grow up in
    6. Reconciliation
    7. Church event

  292. Oops, forgot

    b. Back up everything personal and semi-personal from company laptop

  293. Delete all those stored passwords & tracking cookies too. Especially the hardcore MLP stuff.

  294. I have my personal linux box on the same physical desk as the company machine. I don’t even go to instapundit on there.

  295. The point of sale at work is just a dell box with some shitty microsloth POS retardation. It’s also used to do vendor orders, & one day I was looking through the stored passwords for one of the vendor sites (the vendor had changed their front end & it wasn’t autofilling any more). Heavens, was I ever shocked at what previous employees had been doing.

  296. It isn’t actually that much to back up. I really thought there’d be more stuff here.

  297. I would not have been shocked. People with internet access at work are often incredidumb with it. I’ve done cyber-security for years, though, if I wanted to use the machine but not leave a trace it wouldn’t be that hard. Fortunately there’s no need.

  298. Granted, I’m local admin on this bad boy, and I have vmware. If I didn’t I might have a slightly harder time being completely traceless.

  299. Gym time.

  300. My plan for Saturday
    1. Procrastinate
    2. Be lazy
    3. Shirk

  301. My plan for Saturday
    1. Procrastinate
    2. Be lazy
    3. Shirk

    —–

    My kind of man! :)

  302. Vendors ask me what I do; I usually say “Mostly shirk”. They look at me funny (I don’t think they know what it means :))

  303. Home after a very long drive. Catching up here and reading the funny bits to Mr. RFH. His comment on Shitavious Cook? “He goes by ‘Golly.'”

  304. 101 Ways to Kill a Poat, by an Irish gentleman whose name eludes me.

  305. O’Bama

  306. Packing

    Selling on Craigslist

    Packing more

    Cleaning

    Packing

    Donating to Goodwill

    Packing

  307. wakey wakey

  308. It’s only fair that gays pretending to be married get the same medical mistreatment as the rest of us.

    Sen. Jeanne Shaheen (D-N.H.) is pressing the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) to grant benefits to same-sex couples in the wake of a historic Supreme Court decision.

    The Supreme Court in a 5-4 decision handed down Friday ruled that there is a right to same-sex marriage in all 50 states.

  309. I have walked the dogs, ate breakfast, drank coffee, read the internet, and emptied the dishwasher. I am either going to;
    A. Build a shelf so my pepper plants get better sun, and pick up more garden stuff.

    B. Take a nap.

    C. All of the above.

  310. He who controls the past, controls the future. All is proceeding as I have foreseen. We are erasing the past to fill it with the necessary agitprop.

    Vandals have targeted monuments dedicated to the leaders and soldiers of the Confederacy, painting the slogan “Black lives matter” on memorials in a half-dozen states where the landmarks stand tall in parks and outside government buildings….

    Michael Allen, a lecturer in American culture studies at Washington University in St. Louis, compared the vandalism to the toppling of statues in Russia at the end of the Soviet empire.

  311. packy packy

  312. I don’t want to go to work. I don’t even want to go and shower to go to work.

  313. Maybe you could send your kids to work instead. Get them used to supporting their elders.

  314. After pondering the options available to religious organizations in the aftermath of yesterday’s ruling, there is a very simple stop that churches/synagogues/temples/mosques can take to avoid being forced to comply.

    The clergy can politely decline to accept the “power granted” them by their respective states to act as an agent of the state.

    States grant clergy that “power” to save time. Ever since the States granted that power, a church ceremony has been able to act as both a religious celebration and a civil service. It’s a convenience and nothing more.

    As far as I know, no clergy person is required to perform a civil ceremony; they do it to save a couple the time it would take to go to a courthouse and have their union legalized in the eyes of the law.

    Civil Disobedience writ large, with not a thing the gay mafia can do about it….

  315. mmmm fresh blueberries. We should have planted these years ago.

  316. picky picky

  317. Good story Roamy. Hopefully she isn’t targeted too bad by the SJW crowd or O’bama’s jackbooted IRS Division. I’ve never had much desire to own a CBF or the Gadsden Flag but shit like this makes me want to pick one up. This is the most subversive shirt I own with the exception of an NRA “Coexist” shirt: http://is.gd/VBaAuA

    *wondering if jackboots are still sold and where they fall on the outrage scale*

  318. Oh dear, TiFW. It’s as if you believe there are still laws preventing authorities from using coercion willy-nilly. Since church ceremonies have acted as civil ceremonies as well for so long, how dare you deny gays their fundamental human rights in your church’s capacity as a civil functionary. In any case we will force you to submit because shut up.

  319. http://is.gd/rpsFWu

  320. Lawn must be mowed. Me mow lawn.

  321. Hotspur, seen this? http://www.engadget.com/2015/06/25/robot-bricklayer/

  322. Raining here, so I can’t mow, and weeding around my poor little blueberry saplings would be a muddy affair.

    Items 1-4 complete, time to eat lunch while I do b.

  323. Jimbro, I refuse to submit. I was endowed by my Creator with the natural right of Liberty – freedom from the coercion of the state.

    The state can pass as many laws as they want to in an attempt to control my thoughts and actions.

    I will refuse to allow them to do that as long as there is breath in my body.

  324. TiFW, no one will care what’s in anyone’s head as long as you shut up about it. But don’t be surprised if we start getting laws here like in the UK where you can be prosecuted for “hating” on victim groups. SCOTUS has shown laws don’t mean what they say, so it’s only a matter of time until this political expediency affects the 1st Amendment.

  325. “Political Correctness” is just a polite way of saying “Thought Control”.

    These decisions could well be the catalyst for a new round of Civil Rights protests – we just have to have the will to stand firm and say “No” to this usurpation.

  326. I just logged into the Wordpuss home-page.
    A rainbow banner? Really?
    This whole fucking country has slipped into SJW madness…

  327. I don’t plan to hate on victim groups – this isn’t about that. But the government has no right to tell me what I can and cannot say.

  328. That they’ve subverted a symbol of the Allmighty extending back to the oldest writings of Abrahamic tradition should tell anyone paying attention what they need to know.

  329. Ah, to believe you have the right to say what you like is a hate crime, depending on who listens.

  330. Remember, if you fail to wholeheartedly embrace gay marriage you are a hater and must be silenced.

    Comment by George Orwell on June 26, 2015 6:27 pm

  331. Meet the next dictator for eight years.

    The State Department says there won’t be an internal investigation into why the agency couldn’t find part or all of 15 emails from former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s personal email server.

    “I know of no such investigation, certainly not by the State Department, no,” State Department spokesman John Kirby said during a Friday press briefing.
    .

  332. Nauseating. Absolutely sickening. Does Obama ever give away taxpayer money to the dozens of routinely murdered victims’ families that suffer every week in Chicago?

    So the rule now is we give public money to victims of murder? When did this start? And if and only if it’s helpful to Obama? There were probably a few dozen murders in Obama’s Chicago since Charleston. Will they get a payout from taxpayers too?

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The Justice Department will fast track the sending of $29 million to South Carolina to help families of victims of the mass murder of nine churchgoers at a historic black church in Charleston, a Justice Department spokesman said on Friday.

    An unspecified portion of the money, allocated under the government’s national Crime Victim Assistance Formula Grant program, can be used to provide services to the families of victims of the shootings at Emmanuel AME Church, spokesman Kevin Lewis said.

  333. Did victims’ families of the Ft Hood shooter get $3 million each from the taxpayers? Madness.

  334. Orwell kilt it again. H2 deserves $3 million from taxpayers in recompense.

  335. If there’s a payout that big to be had… no. Nobody would do that.

  336. I have lamb’s quarters all over the place. Time to start eating my weeds.

  337. I can’t believe you retards are still using this post.

    Gross.

  338. If only a muppet with keys to the blog had the gumption to make a stopgap post.

  339. $3.2 million per family? WTF?

  340. Fancy funerals

  341. Sparring at practice today. Now, lunch and laundry. Later is worky worky.

  342. Did 6. Probably going to do 5 tomorrow afternoon instead.

  343. I brought the trash from our camp to the dump today. The town our camp is located in has limited hours for trash drop off and a per bag fee. I already pay for my local dump with my taxes and we’d be generating the same amount of trash if we were here all the time so fuck you. The first time I went the roads were blocked off for a road race and the second time I almost got blocked off by trucks carrying windmill blades. I’ve never seen a truck as long as the trucks carrying the blades. Holy crap.

  344. You need long blades for maximum bird slaughter.

  345. Bird slaughter in the name of wind power is somehow acceptable to the enviro-fascists. Sorry Beasn.

  346. When I got groceries today I saw shallots and decided to buy a handful and remembered Scott’s praise of them. Now I have to figure out how to prepare them.

  347. Shallots + mushrooms + chicken thighs.

    I’m going with baking in a pan.

  348. On the ONT I read about the Navy’s littoral combat ship being vulnerable to attack which is what their critics have long pointed out. It got me thinking about the ships available to them. Is there a ship the U.S. navy considers the equivalent to the A10 Warthog? In other words, a ship we have which is just what they need that already exists?

  349. Not really, Jimbro. The Navy just got rid of its last Frigate. It’s high end ships, destroyers, cruisers, carriers, whatnot, are in relatively good shape, and are the best in the world. But they cost a shit ton of money, and there’s only so many of them, and a lot of ocean. There’s no suitable low end patrol/combatant ship for places that need a naval presence, but don’t call for the services of a multi-billion dollar battlestar.

    If you recall the Maersk Alabama incident, the US had a destroyer on station. A billion and a half dollar warship. And not one of the ship’s weapons was needed. Just a sniper rifle.

  350. That really sucks. With our high tech weapons loaded on a relatively inexpensive platform the gap could be easily overcome. I’m sure many brilliant and not so brilliant minds have worked on this problem and come to a similar conclusion. Money shortages and naval doctrine probably are some of the driving forces for the status quo.

  351. Oh, there’s a very, very lively debate, often acrimonious, about what the Navy should be doing at the low end of the scale, and how it got to where it’s at today.

  352. What debate? The science is settled. Obama has determined the less the Navy and other armed forces do, the better for Teh Planet.

    So instead the military must concentrate on internal social justice issues.

  353. Texas Gov Abbott;
    “Despite the Supreme Court’s rulings, Texans’ fundamental right to religious liberty remains protected. No Texan is required by the Supreme Court’s decision to act contrary to his or her religious beliefs regarding marriage.

    “The Texas Constitution guarantees that ‘[n]o human authority ought, in any case whatsoever, to control or interfere with the rights of conscience in matters of religion.’ The First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution guarantees the free exercise of religion; and the Texas Religious Freedom Restoration Act, combined with the newly enacted Pastor Protection Act, provide robust legal protections to Texans whose faith commands them to adhere to the traditional understanding of marriage.

    More than tough talk?

  354. Dear Governor Abbott,

    Texas is very fortunate to have your proactive legislation concerning this issue.

    Way to stay ahead of the game.

    Love,

    People who support and only recognize traditional marriage.

  355. “clittoral combat”

  356. Texas is looking better every day.

  357. Clittoral combat is Rosetta’s internal struggle with his gender.

  358. Clittoral combat ships are another example of the war on women

  359. I saw Clittoral Combat open for Ziggy Stardust at the Celebrity Theater in 1989.

  360. Our esteemed Governor is putting Barky and the Supremes on notice – there is a higher authority from whom all humans derive their natural rights, and this Government cannot take those rights away from us.

    The men who wrote and ratified our founding documents were intelligent enough to articulate that.

    Barky ain’t God.

  361. Who’s watching baseball with me?

  362. Reasoning skills are no longer common place.

  363. http://is.gd/TCeQJZ

  364. Cubs @ Cards. Meh ⚾️

  365. Guess what game is featured on ESPN’s Sunday Night Baseball? Guess…⚾️

  366. Neopoatamus

  367. yep, 2 prime time games in a row.

    It’s better to have a healthy rivalry with the Kubz.

  368. Comment by Cyn on June 27, 2015 6:05 pm

    “clittoral combat”

    I saw a video of that once. I think it starred your mom.

  369. Guess what game is featured on ESPN’s Sunday Night Baseball?
    ⛄️

  370. I just realized we don’t have any thawed chile for my cheeseburger!!!

  371. I can’t believe you’re still on this post. Damn, people.


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