2019 BBF Championship Semi-Final Round 3

Hello, and welcome to Big Boob Friday Championship Semi-Final Round 3.

 

 

 

 

 

The headers are links to the contestant’s original 2019 post.

 

Contestant #11 – KENDRA ROLL

 

Your model for today was born January 1st, 1997 in Colombia, South America.  She stands 5′ 5” and measures 41DD-25-36 and 130 lbs. Please cheer up , turn on some lights, and welcome Miss Kendra Roll!

 

 

 

Contestant #12 – MIA NISHIDA

 

Your model for today was born March 23, 1989, in Yawata, Kyoto, Japan.  She stands 5′ 2″, and measures 35 – 22 – 31 and 110 lbs.  Please be a good host and offer a sandwich to Miss Mai Nishida! 

 

 

 

 

Contestant # 13 – BUNNY COLBY

 

Your model for today was born on December 1st, 1992 in Portland, Oregon.  She stands 5′ 7″ and measures 36 – 24 – 36 and 110 lbs.  Please form a line to say hello to Miss Bunny Colby (AKA Nadya Nabakova).

 

 

 

 

Contestant #14 – NANA FUKADA 

 

Your model for today was born December 30th, 1996 in Tokyo, Japan.  She stands 5’5” and measures 42-25-37.  Please be self aware and raise a toast to Miss Nana Fukada!

 

 

 

 

Contestant #15 – EMILY SEARS

 

Your model for today was born January 1st, 1985 in Melbourne, Australia.  She stands 5′ 8″, 32D-24-35 and 120 lbs.  Please get comfortable and welcome Miss Emily Sears.

 

 

 

 

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ROUND 3 RESULTS

 

223 Comments

  1. Taylor Swift is on the news, and she looks anorexic.

    Speaking of which, #3 Bunny needs a sammich.

  2. I like Bunny, buy Emily gets points for the marriage comment.

  3. wakey wakey.

    Swift most likely has mental problems.

  4. Appropriate for today.

    https://tinyurl.com/um4uvs5

  5. My sister-in-law shared some good news. Her employer does a Christmas charity event every year where they buy gifts and clothes for needy kids, and it’s coordinated through the Salvation Army. You sign up for helping X number of families. This year, there are fewer families who need help, to the point that her employer was late enough in the queue that there aren’t any left on the list to help, everyone is being taken care of.

    Thank you, Trump, I’m not tired of winning.

  6. what do organized people do with all their extra time? aren’t they bored?

  7. maybe those families are in the shadows, afraid of the camps

  8. Emily made a poor choice with her tattoo placement but we all make mistakes. I voted for Emily.

  9. I bet there are some millennials they could help. They’re always whining about not being able to afford anything.

  10. Teh Aussie. In a runaway. The electoral college can’t touch her.

  11. I imagine organized people spend their extra time, well, organizing themselves.

  12. There’s a charity that gives out presents to military families. There are so few “in need” at SANGB that they just start taking anyone who will sign up after a while so the program doesn’t die. That’s been true since even before Trump, though.

  13. Sorry about your family troubles, Roamy.

  14. Kendra has my vote FWIW. Early voting seems to favor the Ozzie who wants a man to own her.

  15. Clint, what are some good movies to go out and see?

  16. We’re going to see Ford vs. Ferrari Sunday. Critics and audiences have both given it nearly perfect ratings on Rotten Tomatoes.

  17. I might go see Color out of Space if it gets a theatrical release. Nothing else interests me. I’d see F v F if it didn’t star two total fucktards.

  18. I wasn’t interested in Ford Vs Ferrari from the TV promos. But the promo at the movie (Midway) was really good, and now Im interested.

  19. Clint that show looks like it would be really good. Might go see that on this raining day in Florida. I’m going to have to google Color out of Space. Never heard of it.

    I may go see No Safe Spaces.

    a) because I’ve heard it’s good
    b) to support a conservative movie

  20. Midway was a good one. Hollyweird didn’t ruin the stories, and pretty plane pictures.

  21. Hmm, Bunny or Emily down under.

  22. Comment by leoncaruthers on November 15, 2019 8:16 am
    There’s a charity that gives out presents to military families.

    Back when I was stationed at Bliss we had soldiers who would help out with the charity. More than a few were burned out and cynical after watching some E-6’s spouse drive up in a new Escalade with expensive rims to pick up presents.

  23. MARE if you go see Ford vs Ferrari by all means pay the extra to see it on one of the larger or 270 degree screens.

  24. More than a few were burned out and cynical after watching some E-6’s spouse drive up in a new Escalade with expensive rims to pick up presents.

    And here I am barely scraping by on an honest life. No wonder I hate people.

  25. Mornin’ Twatwaffles.

  26. heh, the “too much car” syndrome is hardly isolated to E-6’s. It’s in all those pickups driven by poor hillbillies.

  27. 10/10 would smash

  28. Thank you, Trump, I’m not tired of winning.
    ——————–
    That was Obama

  29. Heh, MJ is right, everything happening RIGHT NOW is because of Obama.

  30. We are watching Desk Set. A nice little movie from 1957 starring Katherine Hepburn and Spencer Tracy.

  31. Mare, we’re going to New Orleans for HotBride’s birthday next month instead of St Pete Beach.

    I just thought you’d need some advance notice to replan your time.

  32. And everything that was shitty during Obama was because of Bush.

    He was a god.

  33. the cat in Welcome in Kendra’s entry (hehe) has Smudge face.

  34. Please don’t flash anyone HS.

    No matter how many beads they throw at you.

  35. he won’t get many beads. He’ll have to mooch off of Hotbride.

  36. I just thought you’d need some advance notice to replan your time.

    ——-

    Always, ALWAYS give me some lead time to get the hell out of town.

  37. How many games will Garrett be suspended for attacking and swinging a helmet in the NFL game?

    1 or 2?

    Should be in jail.

  38. Who hasn’t mooched off of HotBride?

  39. Mason Rudolph = White Privilege.

    Get Myles some bonus bounty money.

  40. He’ll probably be traded to the Raiders.

  41. He is done for the year at least.

  42. What I don’t get because Obama has no actual balls are the balls it takes for him to say we are enjoying this great economy because of him after he looked at Trump and said:

    “Well, how exactly are you going to do that? What exactly are you going to do? There’s no answer to it,” Obama said.

    “He just says, ‘Well, I’m going to negotiate a better deal.’ Well, what, how exactly are you going to negotiate that? What magic wand do you have? And usually the answer is, he doesn’t have an answer.”

    Shut up you gutless punk.

  43. Jay, I think he’s out for the rest of the season.

    I saw it on Twitter. A video blurb had a black announcer say (and he’s absolutely right) what if that helmet had hit him in just the wrong spot and he was blind, immobile or dead?

  44. ^ I paraphrased ^

  45. Did Fox super 6 get suspended for last night? I had 3-6, possibly 4, and now I can’t see the breakdown.

  46. Oh, must have been late. I got 4 of 6, and 281 people got 6 of 6. Wow.

  47. Yall just ain’t woke enuf.

  48. The Charlies Angels movie looks like a study in girl power dumbassery.

  49. Does anyone know how Jam is doing?

  50. Hey mare, please don’t insult Obama or question him.

    Just because a barely functioning moron came in after him and has, by far, outperformed him doesn’t mean Obama wasn’t good at his job.

    Obama was working against the media, world opinion, and the stiff resistance of the GOP and still managed to get so many great things done.

    For example:

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    5. People liked him – well, foreign leaders liked him.
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  51. Our family will be out of town for Christmas and will be doing a White Elephant exchange between the 9 of us. There are 5 adult females and 4 adult males. I have done a bit of research and have come up with a few good gift ideas. Do any of you have any ideas of a cool gift you would actually like for $25 or under?

    And I don’t care if you answer with jackass gifts. But some actual real gifts would be good too.

  52. Huh, MJ nailed it and I’m not talking about the asian girls in our BBF post.

  53. Paging Leon, your bowl of dicks is ready for consumption!

    https://www.monmouth.edu/polling-institute/reports/monmouthpoll_IA_111219/

  54. Some of my best gift ideas will kind of depend on an Amazon black Friday deal.

    Meaning they are more than $25 but could easily hit that with a sale.

  55. The first Kendra YouTube link resulted in sex toy reviews in my recommended videos on YouTube. WTF?

  56. Buttigeg is a shorter, less successful version of Obama (and that bar is pretty fricken low).Obama was a supreme grifter. Never earned anything had friends and connections get him hooked up. Buttigeg may in fact have actually written some of his own papers in college. Don’t really know.

    But when they both speak, they both say nothing and say it in a boring fashion.

  57. He might win Iowa, but he won’t win the nomination. There will be BLM protests wherever they’re needed to ensure it.

  58. Buttigeg is a shorter, less successful version of Obama (and that bar is pretty fricken low).Obama was a supreme grifter. Never earned anything had friends and connections get him hooked up. Buttigeg may in fact have actually written some of his own papers in college. Don’t really know.

    The biggest difference is that Buttplug has had sex with women.

  59. The biggest difference is that Buttplug has had sex with women.

    —–

    BWHAHAHAHA

  60. I doubt world leaders actually liked Obama. Guys like that are usually hated by everyone else.

  61. World leaders liked Obama in the sense that they didn’t have to consider what he had to say as important. They could ignore him.

  62. I doubt world leaders actually liked Obama. Guys like that are usually hated by everyone else.

    ——

    I agree, they “liked” him in the sense that Obama bowed to them and they could walk all over him.

    There isn’t an alpha male (and most females) on the planet that looks at or meets Obama and doesn’t think, “Man, this guy is a pussy.”

    hahahahahhhaahhaah Remember when Obama was secretly filmed using 5 pound weights for his biceps?

  63. Except for boxing, which is a legal fistfight, I don’t understand why assault in sports isn’t prosecuted.

    If you smash a guy one in your home or in a bar or on the street, it’s a crime. If you do it on an ice rink or ball field, it’s not a crime. I don’t get it. It’s not like it’s part of the game.

  64. Of course, this is coming from a nonsports person from a nonsports upbringing. Dad never watched sports, etc. Don’t care about it, not ever been a part of life.

  65. Imagine that pussy sitting at the Paris climate talks and nodding his head with his pencil neck when smarter leaders proposed that America foot the bill for the stupid scheme and they wouldn’t have to reduce any carbon emissions for decades.

  66. Huh, that’s a pretty good question.

    Maybe because violence is inherent in these sports so it’s hard to draw a line?

  67. I saw a tweet the other day of a 1970’s opening montage for one of the network’s NFL programs and the comment with it said all the action shown then would be penalized today. It was pretty brutal: horse collar tackles, clothesline tackles and nailing defenseless receivers, etc.

  68. According to the werewolf name generator on Mothership, mine is Fierce Fang. For my maiden name it was Fierce Temptress. This progression is natural and makes sense.

  69. Mine is Alpha Moon. WHAT??

  70. I think it’s expected that hotheaded men in an aggressive situation like a sporting match might come to blows. Additionally, overreaction for a thrown punch or the like would encourage poor sportsmanship and more attempts to egg on your opponents.

    Traditionally social interactions between men have always had to include the consideration that the wrong word or action could trigger a violent confrontation, and so men adjusted their behavior accordingly. That assumption was simply built into the games, with the expectation that if one side pushed things too far they’d be met with a punch.

  71. Mine is “White Wolf.” I’m glad that they didn’t go with the first letter of your last name, or else it would be “White Claw” and I don’t have enough popped collars to be that douchy.

  72. HA! My wolf maiden name was Alpha Beast.

    Less surprising.

  73. hahahahahhhaahhaah Remember when Obama was secretly filmed using 5 pound weights for his biceps?

    I’ve been doing this, but with a very particular method that 0bama was definitely not using, or Eugen Sandow would have been a household name by the following Friday and gyms would all have classes on it, because 0bama.

  74. We need to have our first president who openly enjoys taking it up the shitter.

  75. I bet he’s a top.

  76. We need our first swinger president.

    First First Throuple.

    First President and VP and spouses in a polyamorous four-way.

    First arborsexual president

    First furry president

  77. And openly likes to make out with other guys.

    I just threw up in my mouth.

  78. I’ve been doing this, but with a very particular method that 0bama was definitely not using,

    ——–

    I had a feeling you might say that, Leon.

    Obama was not doing the Eugen Sandow method, although I think he’d do Eugen Sandow.

  79. First furry president

    Oh, Beto. What could have been…

  80. I bet he’s a top.

    His pillowcases have dental impressions deep enough to ID his body.

  81. LOL

  82. I just spent three days on a proposal that we have zero chance at getting, apparently as an exercise in humility for the sales dog and futility for me.

    This jerb is dumb.

  83. OK. A project I’m involved with each year went pear-shaped in a particularly novel manner. I’m confident it isn’t my fault and have the docs that show it. Yet it seems nobody is willing to investigate anything else. In short, I suspect I’m being set up as scapegoat. I believe it’s time to retain counsel. What sort should I seek?

  84. Buttigeg does not seem like an “on top type” of guy. Much like Obama.

  85. In short, I suspect I’m being set up as scapegoat. I believe it’s time to retain counsel. What sort should I seek?

    Ambulance chaser. You want a brutal thug who’ll extract an early retirement for you.

  86. I think the nation will need an intimate sit down interview with him and his husband to figure out who wears the assless chaps in that relationship

  87. Ambulance chaser. You want a brutal thug who’ll extract an early retirement for you.

    ——-

    This.

    Ruthless.

  88. OK then. I’ll find a name for my back pocket if this goes on. It may not (I do tend to catastrophize things) but I need to defend myself just in case.

  89. Assess chaps is redundant.

  90. I saw Kelly Ann castrate Blitzed. It was epic.

  91. You might make a call or two now, Cavil. He could advise on what records to keep in anticipation of you and he running roughshod over your would-be tormentors.

  92. Reading my mind Leon.

    Document everything.

    Find all company HR manuals and work manuals.

    Parameters of the project.

    All emails/texts pertaining to project.

    Also, burn all incriminating evidence. I SAID BURN. SCATTER THE ASHES.

  93. I’m sure everyone has your best interest at heart. Just go with the flow and make sure you’re open and honest.

    LOL

  94. What sort should I seek?

    .357 or .44 Remington Magnum

    Doesn’t matter much which one you prefer.

  95. I’m thinking about getting a long-barreled .22LR revolver for varmints and eventual use on livestock. Anyone got one that they particularly like?

  96. Watched most of the shitshow this morning. Schiff is a motherf*cker. Won’t even let republicans make points of order. Then they took a break after Schiff and the DNC lawyer led the disgruntled bureaucrat on everything. Wouldn’t let her speak. Most of what she said was ‘Yes..no..I don’t recall…my feelers were hurt…’

    The part I loved was…

    Whatsherface: “I felt threatened.” …referring to Trump mentioning her in call to Zelensky.

    DNClawer: “So when Trump threatened you…”

  97. Couldn’t listen to a-hole Schiff’s opening propaganda. Nunes statement was good.

    They took a break before Nunes could question her.

  98. Its all very silly. Trump won’t be impeached.

    And even if he is it won’t matter.

  99. Ruger Mark IV – highly accurate and pretty as a pistol. LOL

  100. Oops, sorry, you said revolver.

    Ruger SP101 4.25″ barrel.

  101. Comment by Jay in Ames on November 15, 2019 9:50 am
    He’ll probably be traded to the Raiders.

    The Browns will just trade for Billy Cole from the LA Stallions.

  102. The vote will probably go to the Senate. This will just cause more division among people. The lefties will continue to crow about Lies Lies Lies Russia Russia Russia Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine when there isn’t anything there. Most people don’t understand this, and will be swayed in the upcoming election.

    Remember Obama Romney? There is no logical reason Obama was reelected with his record. It was the media cheerleading that misled most Americans voting for Obama. Still pisses me off, even though Romney turned out to be a shithead. He was still a better choice.

  103. Haha, nice Last Boy Scout callback. Best football movie evah!

  104. Do you think Trump will get more or less support in 2020?

  105. The Ford vs. Ferrari movie looks like fun, and being a car aficionado back in the day (I was 17 in 1966 and remember the race), makes me want to see it. But I’m not paying money to see those two cumguzzlers and their political jackassery.

  106. I think he will get less support than he should, because of all these bullshit charges.

  107. More support than 2016. A lot of Republicans who were on the fence will support him out of spite, and I suspect that a lot of blue collar voters will support him due to the booming economy.

  108. My son in law, who is kind of a dipshit, told me the other day that he couldn’t vote for any of the democrats, and didn’t know what to do. So I told him to vote for Trump. LOL He looked at me like I have AIDS.

  109. both of my sister in laws (my brothers, not my wife’s communist sister) are examples. All these charges bring up doubt about his intentions and abilities. We spend family get togethers unscrewing the media mess.

    See also Steve King, in Iowa, and all the racism charges against him, and the Iowa governor’s support of privatising Medicare. My SIL is totally against them now, after we got her turned over to the light. Her communist mom and the media are to blame.

  110. Lots of people have weak minds. No ability for rational thought.

    Sorry, your relatives and in-laws are not very bright.

  111. My son in law, who is kind of a dipshit, told me the other day that he couldn’t vote for any of the democrats, and didn’t know what to do. So I told him to vote for Trump. LOL He looked at me like I have AIDS.
    ——————–
    seems like a douche

  112. In my house, I say what I want about who I support. When I go to other people’s homes I watch, listen and determine the level of stupid I’m dealing with.

  113. OFFS

    https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js

  114. mare, I just get sick of explaining it over and over.

    One SIL is usually deep red, the other one we turned, because our whole family is a bunch of racist rednecks, err, Republicans. My mom even calls Box Elder Bugs democrats and kills them by the hundred with soap water.

  115. It’s not that they aren’t bright, they are just inundated with wrong.

  116. Thanks Hotspur. Yeah, revolver. Trying to think longer term about brass that I’d either have to pick up or worry about in the dirt.

  117. He’s not a douche. Just a low IQ hard working guy. Only gets his information from the mainstream cesspool.

  118. Comment by mare on November 15, 2019 12:25 pm
    In my house, I say what I want about who I support. When I go to other people’s homes I watch, listen and determine the level of stupid I’m dealing with.

    ——

    I would never invite someone to my home to spout off about politics. ESPECIALLY if I knew they disagreed with me. What I mean to say is a guest in my home will always feel welcomed and have no idea about my politics.

  119. what if those people are your family?

  120. Liberals in Connecticut know they are being fucked by the CT Democrats and they bitch bitterly about it, but they still wouldn’t vote for a Republican if he/she was endorsed by God and employed the Heavenly Host as campaign workers.

    This is the unseen stupidity within the ‘Least Popular Governor’ polls. If someone is hated by literally everyone in the state, they shouldn’t be governor at all, right? But everybody- EVERYBODY- hated Malloy and they hate Lamont, too, yet they cannot vote for anybody else. They just can’t do it. Some of them could plainly see what was coming down the pike and still voted for it because to do the alternative is utter anathema.

    These people are active participants in their own brainwashing now.

  121. What’s up with Yovanovitch’s hair? Does she pay to have that style?

  122. If you receive housing and food from the state you shouldn’t be allowed to vote. I really believe that. You’re a moron and you don’t have skin in the game other than to scum off the state.

  123. Andrew Breitbart was correct that politics is downstream of culture. The GOPe have largely abandoned culture (because they either can’t be bothered to worry about it, or are libertarians who don’t want to be linked to those icky socons) and this is the result.

    We’re losing the suburbs because wine moms with useless degrees watch Queer Eye, HGTV, and stupid prime-time dramas and think that’s how the world actually is.

  124. I’d love to be a hairdresser/fashion consultant for high-end libtards. Make them look stupid as hell and get paid for it to boot. What a scam!

  125. They just can’t do it. Some of them could plainly see what was coming down the pike and still voted for it because to do the alternative is utter anathema.

    These people are active participants in their own brainwashing now.

    ——

    This is what I mean by irrational. That is not rational thought.

  126. Yavanovitch is another irrational nut.

    Allowing herself to look like an ass for a sham. She looks terrible and if you can’t take a mean tweet or a boss disagreeing with you, you had no business being an Ambassador.

    Good riddance to a strange looking, dumbass.

  127. I’d love to be a hairdresser/fashion consultant for high-end libtards. Make them look stupid as hell and get paid for it to boot. What a scam!

    My dad knew a guy in HS that went on to become a hairdresser. Straight as an arrow, but he’d throw on a limp wrist and a slight lisp and the rich liberal women would fall for it. Guy owned a house, motorcycle, and a boat.

  128. Comment by Jay in Ames on November 15, 2019 12:31 pm
    what if those people are your family?

    ———-

    I’d tell them to STFU about their stupid ideas about politics, and pass the spiral sliced ham.

  129. I saw the link earlier on Insty and read a bit of it.

    I suspect there’s a bit of feedback both ways: crazy people smoke more pot, and pot has the result of amplifying the crazy in some people.

    Either way, I don’t expect it to change much. The libertarians and progressives are in support of full legalization of everything. Even if you could prove that legalization would be a social and economic disaster that would kill millions and destroy this country, they’d still push for it. Meanwhile, even if you could prove that pot was no more harmful than Diet Coke, you’d still have some on the right who’d oppose it.

  130. My dad knew a guy in HS that went on to become a hairdresser. Straight as an arrow, but he’d throw on a limp wrist and a slight lisp and the rich liberal women would fall for it. Guy owned a house, motorcycle, and a boat.

    The guy who used to cut my hair when I had it presented like that, but wife and kids and he stopped watching Deep Space 9 after the lesbian kiss.

  131. LOL

    The guy who cuts my hair (Perry – a really super guy) cuts Rick Snyder’s (former Republican Michigan Governor), and Mark Schlissel’s (current UofM President). Schlissel is a very outspoken liberal asshat, and knew Perry cut Snyder’s hair. Perry said in all of the years he had been cutting Schlissel’s hair, he had never once tipped him. Not once, not even at Christmas. (A haircut is $20.) Snyder always gives him $50, plus a huge gift at Christmas.

    After Snyder was term-limited, Schlissel asked him if he was going to continue to cut Snyder’s hair, to which Perry responded, “Yeah, if he continues to pay me 50 bucks every time I cut his hair, I’ll be glad to.”

    LOL

    It sailed clear over Sclissel’s pin-head.

  132. “The University of Michigan Board of Regents announced a 3.5 percent increase in University President Mark Schlissel’s annual salary as part of the president’s yearly evaluation. This is the president’s fourth pay raise, and brings his pay from $820,000 to over $850,000.”

  133. POTUS makes $400k, for comparison.

  134. WTF does a university president do to earn $850,000???

    Go to meetings, luncheons and dinners? I’d love to see his workday schedule.

    Remember how Obama had about 3 scheduled things a day? Carin use to post them. Slacker. I wonder if this lib is any better.

  135. If I made $800k I’d pay someone else to shave my head just because I could.

  136. At the very least tip a barber who talks to everyone in town. And if you don’t get that you’re an idiot besides being a cheapskate.

  137. I posted this yesterday, but I’ll post it again because this is the kind of LIV bullshit dickaround our legislators engage in.

    https://www.mlive.com/news/ann-arbor/2019/11/rosie-the-riveter-congressional-gold-medal-act-honors-michigan-legend.html

    We’re going to honor a bunch of women (my mom was one of them) who got jobs during WWII while their husbands were off on the front lines fighting the war. But somehow the women deserve gold medals because they went to work? (If my mom were alive she certainly wouldn’t want one.)

    And the fucking people lap this shit up. Where’s the gold medal for my dad, who lived in tar paper barracks heated by a single wood stove, and ate shit on a shingle for three years overseas so they could kick Hitler in the poon? He was never in harm’s way, but he contributed a hell of a lot more than some broad in a bomber plant learning to use a rivet gun.

  138. You know who else is a cunt? Chris Wallace. “If you weren’t moved by Yanovich’s testimony, you don’t have a pulse.”

    WTF? Trump should be impeached because he fired her?

  139. She had nothing to do with the phone call.

  140. These people are active participants in their own brainwashing destruction now.

    Fixt.

  141. At the very least tip a barber who talks to everyone in town.

    Mare gets it.

  142. To this day Perry has a photo of him and Snyder shaking hands and palling around that hangs in his booth. No picture of Schlissel.

  143. Trump fired Fuzz in May, two months before the phone call.

    How is she a witness to anything?

    The media can blow me.

  144. LOL

    More asshattery: https://boston.cbslocal.com/2019/11/15/tom-brady-colin-kaepernick-new-england-patriots-nfl-workout/

    As I understand it Kaepernick wasn’t that good a quarterback his first go around.

    But the NFL let Michael Vick back in, so essentially, if you’re black you do whatever you want, and the NFL is okay with it because you make them money.

  145. But somehow the women deserve gold medals because they went to work?

    Women deserve awards for doing things men would be shamed for not doing. That’s the general rule.

  146. In my house, I say what I want about who I support. When I go to other people’s homes I watch, listen and determine the level of stupid I’m dealing with.
    ————–
    This is wise.

  147. I always pay $20 for my haircuts. Going rate around here is anywhere from $12 to $14, less if you’re a Vet. I think they ask so they can keep more of the tip.

  148. I think Brady is just paying lip service to Kaperdick to seem magnanimous. Patriots already have 3 QB’s signed to the team this year because Brady is so old that he takes less practice reps and they need someone to run the scout team offense.

  149. Forget Nicki Haley whom I don’t trust, without doing any research and hastily and recklessly basing my opinion on her questioning Yananovitch, I think Elise Stefanik should be the first female President who happens to be a Republican.

  150. Assless chaps may be redundant but it sure as hell conjures up an unflattering image on the dude wearing them

  151. It appears, to me, that article quoting Brady is his support for Kapernick the player, not Kapernick the political pussywhipped douche.

  152. This is the 22LR revolver I have

    https://www.smith-wesson.com/firearms/model-617-0

    S&W always charges more but they last . Ruger makes great stuff too.

  153. Man, prices have gone up. I bought my Kimber 1911 for $630. It just occurred to me that that was 20 years ago, though, and I haven’t shot it in 15 or so.

  154. Yeah, I was about your age when I was shocked to notice how much more expensive things are since I bought them 20 years ago.

    I used to laugh at my grandmother for this shit.

    *shakes fist*
    MAAAAARE!

  155. Brisket is the worst. Brisket was dirt cheap 20 years ago. Inflation plus a foodie/hipster change in the perception of it as a choice cut rather than a tough and challenging cut have quintupled the price.

  156. Chicken wings (in the grocery store) used to be dirt cheap.

  157. We ran out of bay leaves and I just bought a new jar. The choice was a $5 bottle or a $9 bottle. The $9 one priced per pound was about $1000! I went with the $5 one and it will last another 5 years or so.

    I mostly notice the shrinking sizes of packages at the grocery store as a sign of rising prices.

  158. Legs still are, which is weird, but I guess “hot legs” just isn’t a thing yet.

  159. I mostly notice the shrinking sizes of packages at the grocery store as a sign of rising prices.

    Bought any 12oz bags of coffee lately, or 7oz “pints” of ice cream?

  160. Yes to the coffee. The unit of “a pound of coffee” has been replaced with the 12 oz bag for a while now.

  161. Ruger’s customer service is outstanding.

  162. I’m getting a bay laurel tree to grow, so I don’t have to buy $1000 a pound leaves. Plus they won’t be 3 years old when I use them.

    Trimmed leaves will be dehydrated.

  163. I used to eat skirt steak a lot.

    Now its almost as expensive as filet. WTF, hipsters?

  164. Browns and Steelers play again in 2 weeks.

  165. The only cheap cuts left are organs at this point. Heart, tongue, liver.

    I ain’t eatin’ kidney, but they are basically free.

  166. I think I have the same S&W pistol as Jimbro, but blued not chrome with wood grips. It is really heavy like a .38 service weapon, shooting .22 out of it there is zero recoil. Good weapon to teach with because it is so mild and easy to shoot.

  167. Browns – Steelers Round 2 will be must watch TV

  168. Bought any 12oz bags of coffee lately, or 7oz “pints” of ice cream?

    How about a nice cold Corona Coronita? 7oz of refreshment. Makes me feel giant!

    https://tinyurl.com/yfhzv52t

  169. Anyone watch the new Glenn Beck vid, Democrat Hydra?

    lots of conspiracy, but he’s got documents.

  170. I called Ruger because my front sight became loose.

    – express shipping both ways
    – made the repair
    – replaced all parts that showed signs of wear
    – test fired

    No charge.

  171. they paid for shipping too? nice

  172. I was shocked.

  173. https://tinyurl.com/yexsxewt

  174. I let ESPN play on after I watched PTI to the Sports Center Intro…and my stomach contents started to curdle as I heard Keith fucking Olbermann introducing the show. When did he come back on the air and fuck him and ESPN.

  175. Now I’m mad at myself for watching.

    Hulu just raised their rates and I’m watching this bullshit. I’m paying for it. I’m funding Keith.

    Fuck me.

  176. Keith Olberman is like that persistent case of jock itch that you just can’t shake.

  177. Pupster’s link doesn’t work

  178. works for me

  179. Gun manufacturers seem to be the last bastion of good old fashioned American business values.

    The rest seem to treat you with barely veiled contempt, while trying to figure out a way to make you more miserable and nickle and dime you to death.

  180. Jimbro, don’t use the cheap gloves.

    https://giphy.com/gifs/l3mZgw0MN5l8i7nVK

  181. MJ, how did you like Desk Set? I liked Bunny and wanted to be like her (the memorizing facts part, not the failed romance part) when I was a leetle girl.

    Curfew must not ring tonight!

  182. HAHAHA, stoopid doctor guy.

  183. Yovanovitch is one of those women who has dyed her hair so many times, it’s fried.

  184. Like Nunes wondered in his intro, why was she even there as it appears her beef about being fired should be directed to a more appropriate agency/committe (?).

  185. .22 revolvers are nice, but I’d get a Ruger .22 auto with the 1911 style grip and a rail for optics. Some have the muzzle threaded for a suppressor as well. Red dot sights are the future, and make it a lot easier to hit with, especially for older eyes. With iron sights, I can see either the target, or the sights clearly, but not both! One red dot has a battery and a solar cell to power the dot. Battery can last up to 100,000 hours of use!!!!

  186. I get all that Pepe, but I think most of my shots are going to be very close. 50′ for woodchucks or opossums, and point blank to kill sheep. I could see getting a red-dot scope for long-range shots, I suppose, but I still don’t want to hunt for brass in a hayfield.

  187. I guess I could get a Thompson single-shot. My ex-FIL had one that could hit a dime at 50 yards. One shot though.

  188. Dayum

    https://tinyurl.com/qkfwfcu

  189. I wouldn’t worry about a few 22 cases, unless you’re worried about leaving evidence. :)

  190. I’m baking hot legs right now. Meat only diet starts tonight.

  191. I worry about chickens or sheep eating them by accident.

  192. Just watched a couple videos about the Thompson single shot.

    That is pretty neat.

  193. A cheap metal detector will easily find brass on the surface.

  194. That’s what I’d use if I wanted to hunt with a pistol, Scott. .357 Maximum is a perfectly adequate round for deer.

  195. I’m considering getting a metal detector for Christmas anyhow. This place is old enough and has been cleared long enough that there’re random screws and nails here and there. Not a big deal most of the time, but if a horse steps on one it could be a very bad thing.

  196. Can a horse get tetanus?

  197. Get a cheap handheld pinpoint detector as well.

    It will save you a ton of time.

  198. Nobody gets tetanus.

  199. They always give horses tetanus shots. Dogs don’t get it, though.

  200. I just looked it up. On average there are 30 cases a year in the US.

    30.

    That is like getting hit by lightning and winning lotto at the same time.

  201. Is a tetanus shot routine for limb lopping?

  202. Unless you’ve had a recent, documented tetanus shot in the same ER you present to you’re going to get one if you show up with any kind of laceration.

    Ive never seen tetanus. Did see a kid with botulism once.

  203. That means I got one in 2010.
    Last shot before that was 1980.

  204. They’re supposed to be effective for 10 years. I had one about 4 years ago when I sliced my finger on a piece of metal on the garage door rail. I have no idea when I had one before that. Had to be either in the Army Guard or as a kid.

  205. 50 feet? You can precision shoot (2″ tight groups) a handgun at 16 yards with open sights? That’s good shooting. On the topic of red dots and old eyes, I agree that red dots are the shizznit. But…my employer has a red dot on his pistol, he had it in his car this week when we were talking about the subject. He went out to the car and brought the pistol inside and handed it to me. Guess what happened? Severely fogged lens. It did not like the cold nor the transition to warm. The glass is thick and took its time to recover. The battery didn’t care too much for it either. Something to keep in the back of your mind. When it comes to precision shooting, personally I’ll take all the help I can get, especially if being used to dispatch critters. Im not inclined to potentially leave anything to suffer if I can mitigate the potential. Im considering going to a red dot but it will mean a whole new carry rig and I am very comfortable with my current IWB and and the way it supports presentation.

    I believe one reason for Rugers customer service posture is due to the P9.

  206. Huh. Steve Mnuchin has instructions from the UN and the George Soros Foundation to send me $10 million. How nice.

    Which reminds me, my sister-in-law sent me an article about a Nigerian astronaut being left behind on the Soviet Salyut space station and needs help accessing his backpay to pay for a ride home.

  207. It’s not tetanus that worries me, it’s the horse rearing up with an “ouchie!” or going lame if the metal gets stuck in the foot.

    50 feet? You can precision shoot (2″ tight groups) a handgun at 16 yards with open sights? That’s good shooting.

    Last time I shot, I was knocking down 4″ pans at about that distance, but it’s admittedly been quite a while.

  208. You cant question Nigerian astronauts.

  209. Hey, I know I haven’t been on here in a while, but my school is being hit with an avalanche of OD’s. We have had 11 in three months, and three deaths. Three OD’d over last weekend at a party (all will survive due to a friend calling paramedics). Another was arrested Wednesday on campus with more than 80 30mg Oxycodone pills.

    I don’t pray much, but this is getting to me. Prayer needed.

  210. Hey Mr. Science, good to see you back. Behold the power of boobs! :)

  211. I can’t see any of Pupster’s tinyurl links. They all go here:

    “Error: Unable to find URL to redirect to.
    Please check that the URL entered is correct. To learn more about TinyURL.com, please visit the homepage.”

  212. That’s horrifying, Mr. Science.

    We had a situation here a few months back where our doctors wouldn’t let our inpatient substance abusers be discharged because there was a bad batch of a street drug (I think it was fentanyl) that was just killing everybody. Probably one of the few times they could actually protect these people from themselves in some limited way.

  213. goodnight, er…well whatever, close enough

  214. “Defenestration” entered Raoul’s parlance.

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