Wednesday, March 13, 2019

Quote of the day

"I have to admit, my first thought after hearing there had been an arrest in Hollywood by armed FBI agents with guns drawn was not college admissions. Wait, Felicity Huffman is a pedophile too?"
- Spacebunny

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Blogger Balkan Yankee March 13, 2019 12:10 PM  

Maybe she is?

Blogger a - k March 13, 2019 12:28 PM  

Vox if you want a good laugh, hop on Twitter and check out Lauren Chen's, aka Roaming Millennial, and her defense of 'judeo-christ' and other heresy.

Blogger tdcommenter March 13, 2019 12:29 PM  

I stay hopeful too that armed agents will start the storm.

Blogger VD March 13, 2019 12:31 PM  

hop on Twitter

Yeah, I'll get right on that....

Blogger Dave March 13, 2019 12:37 PM  

For a woman, Spacebunny does have moments of comedic genius.

Blogger rumpole5 March 13, 2019 12:48 PM  

Definitely a lady in touch with the zeitgeist.

Blogger Nate73 March 13, 2019 12:54 PM  


Blogger SemiSpook37 March 13, 2019 12:55 PM  

Wouldn't surprise me. I can just see Bill Macy reenacting his parting scene in Boogie Nights because of this.

Blogger tz March 13, 2019 12:57 PM  

Ben Shapiro comes out against Credentialism and using connections

Rush Limbaugh is reading from the article.

Shapiro's Judeao-Wire always project.

In our society, there is an easy way to be perceived as intellectually meritorious: point to your degree. Those with a college degree all-too-often sneer at those without one, as though lack of a college degree were an indicator of innate ability or future lack of success. That simply isn’t true. But for generations, the widespread perception has been that the smartest kids go to college – and that the relative merit of each college confers a similar level of merit on the students. A student who goes to Yale is smarter than one who goes to junior college. This provides a lifelong advantage: employers are willing to take more chances on those who earn a Yale degree than those who went to junior college, for example.

Then there’s social connection. Social institutions in the United States have been fading over time. Churches used to provide us our chief means of social connection. Colleges now do. JD Vance writes in Hillbilly Elegy that admission to Yale Law School granted him social capital: “the networks of people and institutions around us have real economic value.” They also have social value. We often get jobs from friends, or from friends of friends. The social circles in which we travel matter. That’s true for those born rich as well as those born poor.

The Irony scorches.

Blogger Miguel March 13, 2019 1:05 PM  

Noe, theres a woman I would never ask to make me a sandwich. 😀

Blogger Doug Cranmer March 13, 2019 2:08 PM  

Heh. Telling Vox to clean up the skulls in the garden before guests come over was gold.

Blogger swiftfoxmark2 March 13, 2019 3:09 PM  

Miguel wrote:Noe, theres a woman I would never ask to make me a sandwich. 😀

She'd leave the crust on it for one thing....

Blogger Haus frau March 13, 2019 3:27 PM  

Well, shes not out of the realms possibility. William h. Macy really wants his daughters to whore it up. f'ing shit weird for a dad to say.

Blogger Latigo3 March 13, 2019 3:33 PM  

None of these parents will see jail time. I heard them discussing this on local radio with a former FBI agent, and the FBI's main direction is with the organizers of this from the various schools.

Blogger sammibandit March 13, 2019 3:49 PM  

A tweet from Huffman indicates she is religious. Wondering if she thinks many of her critics are animals.

Blogger MichaelJMaier March 13, 2019 4:06 PM  

Drawn guns? Seriously... this country is damned warped.

Blogger My 1 millionth internet profile March 13, 2019 4:16 PM  

@13 - Bog standard spineless dope who's terrified to take a stand because the kids won't think he's "cool dad" if he does. They're the fountainhead of the puerile culture we're drowning in.

Blogger pyrrhus March 13, 2019 5:02 PM  

O/T Parliament rejects "no deal" Brexit by 4 votes....but doesn't have a deal..

What does it all mean, except that Parliament is loaded with traitors?

Blogger VFM #7634 March 13, 2019 5:04 PM  

"What does it all mean, except that Parliament is loaded with traitors?"

The fact that a symbolic vote against No Deal failed by 4 votes means No Deal is happening, 100%.

Blogger VFM #7634 March 13, 2019 5:05 PM  

*passed by only 4 votes

Blogger Johnny March 13, 2019 5:10 PM  

I am sympathetic with cops who want to come home after their shift is up and still be alive. But cop work does require that they take a low level of risk. Otherwise they become something close to the neighborhood thugs.

A background problem that is seldom brought up is charges of discrimination. We are not willing to admit that a drug dealer from a minority neighborhood is apt to be more dangerous than other people brought in on a felony warrant not commonly associated with violent behavior. So you treat them all the same. What we do generally: the lowest common denominator rules. And surely the ruling class is not bothered.

Blogger Lim March 13, 2019 5:47 PM  

I think you're right, but nobody else has noticed. Odds are 8/1 at moment on no deal brexit at betfair.That's ridiculous.

Blogger Lim March 13, 2019 5:50 PM  

Stole this comment from Breitbart. Worth a read.
Very poor reporting by someone who seems a bit remote from the nuances.

1/ . Voting against 'no deal' is meaningless. The UK parliament, having invoked article 50, has de facto and de jure enshrined a no deal exit as the default outcome of the process under EU law.
2/. Although in theory article 50 could be reversed unilaterally by the UK parliament, no one is talking about that without at least a 'people's vote' which would take a year to organise.
3/. Likewise delaying Brexit is not under British control. It may ask, but the EU is sovereign in this matter, specifically the Council of Europe that would need to grant unanimous approval from all remaining 27 members. It is unlikely that this would be granted.
4/. That leaves no deal as the most likely outcome, even if no one in parliament wants it and a majority vote against it.
5/. It is possible the EU might bend far enough to offer an acceptable deal to parliament, but it seems unlikely that they will bend far enough.

6/. In the event of no formal deal, the 'Malthouse compromise' which has been called a 'managed no deal' by its protagonists, might be in play here. It essentially looks for small deals on things like cross border agreements and temporary unilateral and if possible bilateral agreements on certain trade items, as well as such things as mutual recognition of professional bodies and so on. It is to some extent a codpiece that wraps no deal exit up in a series of arrangements that should defuse the project fear rhetoric of 'crashing out' and hard brexit etc etc.

That is the actual reality of the situation as near as I can judge it.

Blogger Starboard March 13, 2019 6:16 PM  

...there had been an arrest in Hollywood by armed FBI agents with guns drawn...

If it's good enough for Roger Stone...

Blogger English Tom March 13, 2019 6:34 PM  

Roaming Millennial is also on youtube.

Blogger tublecane March 13, 2019 7:02 PM  

@21- In the movie Serpico our supposed hero-reformer cop deals with a pair of criminals in an oddly inconsistent manner:

Firstly, there's a black youf he knows to be guilty of violent attempted rape. This li'l fella he treats with kid gloves. Pulls him aside, does a bit of guidance counseling before shipping him off to booking.

Secondly, there's a Mafioso-looking fellow in a suit hanging with the boys in the precinct instead of being processed and locked in the cage. This pisses Serpico off, so he deals with the guy rather harshly, ripping parts of his clothes off as he pats him down and so forth. Turns out this guy was a [duh, duh, DUH] cop killer.

Which goes to show you, black people need the benefit of the doubt, even when they're rapists, and white people in suits are the worst.

Blogger Johnny March 13, 2019 7:23 PM  

>>Which goes to show you, black people need the benefit of the doubt, even when they're rapists, and white people in suits are the worst.

The subtle racism of lower expectations. Or in this case, more likely to be virtue signaling.

If we are to suppose their is a genetic component to behavior, then perhaps us Europeans could use a little Arabic blood. Excess sympathy for perceived inferiors isn't one of their problems.

Blogger Crew March 13, 2019 7:52 PM  

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Blogger MichaelJMaier March 13, 2019 7:56 PM  

Crew wrote:And now, someone who was obviously a Democrat comes out and confirms she is:


Parody site, dude.

Blogger Crew March 13, 2019 8:16 PM  

Damn. Didn't read the word mendacious.

Blogger Teleros March 13, 2019 8:53 PM  

pyrrhus wrote:What does it all mean, except that Parliament is loaded with traitors?

TL;DR: Full of sound and fury, signifying nothing.

Long version, Parliament passed by 4 votes an amendment to a non-binding government motion to demand the government rule out a clean Brexit, which then resulted in the government having to vote against its own motion, which was then passed because 47 Tory MPs (NVM all the actual Opposition MPs) either voted for it or abstained.

But again, key bit is "non-binding". All this means is that Treasonous May will have to go to the EU cap in hand to ask for an extension, which I'm guessing they won't give, for various reasons:

1. They don't want UK Eurosceptics entering the European Parliament.
2. The Eurocrats want to punish the UK.
3. It requires *unanimous* approval from every other EU member country head of government, so if just one of them votes against an extension (eg Italy or Hungary), no extension is possible.
4. Frankly, they're probably as fed up with this shambolic process as we Brits are.

The EU probably won't go for the "Malthouse Compromise" (basically Treasonous May's deal with a few tweaks such as a definite end date in 2021) either because that would give the UK a clear means of exiting vassal status, whereas Treasonous May's current deal locks us in legally until 2099, per AG Geoffrey Cox's legal advice.

Touch wood, we'll see a steady stream of hot air, deadlock and repeated failures to do anything of any import for the next two weeks, followed by a clean Brexit. After that... well no General Election until 2022 unless Parliament votes to dissolve itself, so expect a new Tory PM until then, and then a Tory government (maybe another coalition?) again, because Labour are in shambles and Corbyn's poll numbers are well below the Tory numbers, in spite of all this (!).

Blogger Birdman March 13, 2019 9:53 PM  

Yeah that tweet is a cringefest

Blogger :^) March 13, 2019 11:03 PM  

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Blogger Clay March 14, 2019 1:04 AM  

Nice to see you're alive Bunny.

Hope you and yours are doing well.

Blogger Mark Stoval March 14, 2019 4:45 AM  


"Study Shows Migrants Use Almost Twice The Welfare Benefits As Native-Born Americans"

The USA was truly screwed with the 1965 emigration act along with the welfare state legislation of the same period. Everything since then just talk and bluster. (see: Reagan and etc)

Blogger Avalanche March 14, 2019 8:37 AM  

@21 "felony warrant not commonly associated with violent behavior. So you treat them all the same."

Unless they're Jussi Smollett -- THEN we wait for the little lying fag to have his lawyers negotiate a good surrender time for him -- wouldn't want to wake him up at 5 a.m. with a SWAT team! That would be MEAN!

But, yeah, Roger Stone is definitely associated with violent behavior! Treat them all the same...


Blogger Johnny March 14, 2019 9:11 AM  


I was thinking more of procedure than of these raids. Cops all have training on how they are supposed to do this and that. And if you think of it, following the training is like a security blanket for the cop. If he follows procedure, he has the cover that it is procedure not his decision. (Just following orders.) I believe that is why they end up doing things like handcuffing little kids or little old ladies when the take them into custody. Treat everybody the same.

As for minority groups, the race pimps would be all over the cops if they could show that blacks are treated more harshly, even if circumstance merits it.

Blogger peacefulposter March 14, 2019 9:15 AM  

Nice to see you're alive Bunny.

But is Vox alive? We haven't heard from him today!

Blogger The Smoking Man #3424 March 14, 2019 9:18 AM  

Where do gammas get their water?

a well, actually.

Blogger widlast washere March 14, 2019 9:39 AM  

"A tweet from Huffman indicates she is religious. Wondering if she thinks many of her critics are animals."

She's Jewish, she thinks all goyim are animals.

Blogger Duh-ave March 14, 2019 12:31 PM  

Old west lawman Bill Tilghman was famous for not using violence unless absolutely necessary. Unless evidence needs to collected the suspect should be given notice to surrender by a certain time at a certain place or risk being shot on sight. Not as theatrical but still plenty tough.

Blogger Lucas Evans March 14, 2019 5:16 PM  

When it all goes down and the elite pedophile rings are exposed, I don't think people will accept it. The younger generations might, but boomers won't. They will look you in the eye and say "I haven't been ruled by pedos my whole life."

The events to come can only be described as biblical.

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