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Jackdawracy wrote:

The Age of Unlightenedment

6 Totally Confusing Crime Sprees That Are Baffling Police |

"#3. Someone Has Pooped On 19 Cars Since 2012"


adornosghost wrote:

When is the Government going to come in and cover these bad bets?

I'm rather certain that ExxonMobil could not operate without government assistance.

josap wrote:

In addition, the state makes a policy decision each year to divert federal dollars Arizona receives to pay for uncompensated care. This money is intended to support safety net hospitals like ours, but is instead placed in the state's general fund to balance its budget. In 2016 alone, that number is $74 million.

Arizona is basically a dry version of Florida.


Fascinating stuff:

"thus declaring Israel an apartheid state, or perhaps Israel never takes this formality. In either case, the result is an undemocratic Israel and a pariah state."

Newsflash: This has already happened.

Israel's dark future: Democracy in the Jewish state is doomed - Vox

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Rickkk wrote:

"However, some household water, such as wastewater from toilets, kitchen sinks, dishwashers, or laundry water from soiled diapers, is not suitable for reuse because it may contain bacterial contaminants, grease or residues of detergents that are harmful to plants."

Night soils feed the planet.

Fun stuff:

Japan - The reuse of feces as fertilizer was common in Japan. Waste products of rich people were sold at higher prices because their diet was better; therefore, more nutrients remained in their waste.

My shit is worth a shitload.

Laughing out loud

Jackdawracy wrote:

I wonder what the 9% chance is that's holding him back?

HIs Grindr account.

bearly wrote:

Principally public sector Union mob bosses and teamster thugs. They actually cost me more money than the corporate masters do and don't kid yourself, the Blue Team services Corps too, along with wallst scum like Soros and bigfatAl.

Bearly - the insight into the GOP.


"Existing Home Sales: Lawler vs. the Consensus"

30YR FIXED - 3.625-3.75%

FHA/VA - 3.25-3.5

15 YEAR FIXED - 3.00-3.125

5 YEAR ARMS - 2.75 - 3.25%

3 percent!

Im Lovin It! = Quick, fetch a pail!

"The most famous woman on the planet has a confounding problem. She can’t figure out how to campaign as a woman."

- NY Times

Poor poor Maureen.

Perhaps you should go back to writing about your adventures of an angry women with a dry and unwanted vagina.

Just a suggestion.


Jackdawracy wrote:

It's getting harder and harder to be a housing shill, but luckily for CR, it's Lawler's blog now.'s a bit sad.

Whiskey wrote:

Americans haven't had a major disruption in food prices in four decades. What will be the first big price shock?

Where the hell have you been?

The price of a Frosted Cheese Roll Pizza Cake has gone up 50 percent since Obola took office.

Get off my lawn!

“It is, I think the broadest, deepest, smartest most experienced and most capable collection of potential presidential candidates I’ve seen in my lifetime,” former New Hampshire Gov. John Sununu told the crowd over dinner Saturday."

Laughing out loud

GOP 2016 hopefuls clash in New Hampshire | MSNBC

Got Popcorn? Om-nom-nom-nom

Tom Stone wrote:

Look on the bright side, MORELS!

You need rain for morels.

Iran supreme leader says US created 'myth' of nuclear weapons | World news | The Guardian

"The problem here is that there will always be some uncertainty about how quickly Saddam can acquire nuclear weapons. But we don't want the smoking gun to be a mushroom cloud."

"We know where they [Iraq's WMD] are. They're in the area around Tikrit and Baghdad and east, west, south, and north somewhat."

Donald Rumsfeld, Tim Russert and the Imaginary Bin Laden Bunker Caves - YouTube


Rajesh wrote:

A trillion here, a trillion there, pretty soon you're talking real money.

Economist who think that they understand the Chinese financial system are about as accurate as the National Association of Realtors.


Gosh....better wash up the Magic Underwear. There might a few skid marks from the last election cycle:

Quote of the Day : Political Wire

Laughing out loud

adornosghost wrote:

No, their banks are.

Those things happen when you have 200 billion dollars in high yield junk that is just about to evaporate.


"American oil and gas companies have gone heavily into debt during the energy boom, increasing their borrowings by 55% since 2010, to almost $200 billion.

Their need to service that debt helps explain why U.S. producers plan to continue pumping oil even as crude trades for less than $50 a barrel, down 55% since last June."

adornosghost wrote:

It's happening in Jesus's neighborhood also:

With confluence of religions to be found in this area, one would think that it would be bursting with water, food, and happiness.

Strange how that isn't the case.


Jackdawracy wrote:

are retaliating by going even deeper with 2,000 foot deep wells,

Wait until they get the electric bill.


NY Fed employer needs survey - Business Insider

"Companies can't find workers who can hold a conversation or show up on time"

Eye axed her a qwestion.

NY Fed employer needs survey - Business Insider

"Companies can't find workers who can hold a conversation or show up on time"

Eye axed her a qwestion.

Outsider wrote:

News flash: No one wants to come here and watch others being slammed. It drives the rational among us away. If that's your intention, then you're doing a damn good job. Congrats.

Rob Dawg wrote:

Hey asshole, try a fucking link or quote. Miserable shit.

Outsider wrote on Sun, 4/19/2015 - 6:27 am (in reply to...)

Think about that KP.

Rob Dawg wrote:


dodahman wrote:

I would have thought mfgs would put some bright orange thing

You mean like this innocent looking paintball gun?

Outsider wrote:

Think about that KP.

Fascinating is it not?

Big Pharma isn't all that bad.

The Red Pill The Blue Pill The Purple Pill

Sales of US arms fuels the wars of Arab states

"When you look at it, Israel's strategic calculation is a simple one," said Anthony H. Cordesman of the Center for Strategic and International Studies. The gulf countries "do not represent a meaningful threat" to Israel, he said. "They do represent a meaningful counterbalance to Iran."

Why is that? Because they only purchase American-made weapons?

May I introduce you to the Taliban and the corpse of Saddam Hussein.


Now every day is fire season:

Wildfire threatens 300 homes amid California drought -

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Just don't call it climate change

~ Deniers Club of America™

Rob Dawg wrote:

Seems yogi managed to keep his issue bottled up.

Rob Dawg wrote:

Biggest fucking mirror ever.


U.S. on track for record oil production in 2015 - Apr. 13, 2015

"Some investors may have hoped the falling rig counts would quickly fix the supply glut. That hasn't panned out yet.
"Wall Street keeps getting it wrong,"

"Nysveen said only a "sustained" period of sub-$50 oil prices will cause an outright decline in U.S. oil production.
"We could see another record in 2016," he said."

If this is confirmed, the industry should expect a default of nearly 30 percent as those bridge loans get torched.

Curses! Oiled again!

Rickkk wrote:

Miller shot Jason Moland seconds after he confronted the two and pointed what was later determined to be a BB gun at Miller.

This is a BB Gun

How's that 2nd Amendment workin' fer ya?

Doh! Doh!

Radiation warning Denier Alert Radiation warning

Camarillo Airport News Update Wright Model B

“Today, there’s no greater threat to our planet than climate change,” Obama said. “Climate change can no longer be denied, or ignored.”

"Please use the comments to demonstrate your own ignorance, unfamiliarity with empirical data and lack of respect for scientific knowledge. Be sure to create straw men and argue against things I have neither said nor implied. If you could repeat previously discredited memes or steer the conversation into irrelevant, off topic discussions, it would be appreciated. Lastly, kindly forgo all civility in your discourse."

~ Barry Ritholtz.

Go long metformin and stents!

"A full 55% were undiagnosed, despite nearby healthcare facilities.

Bond said this indicated that the prevalence of diabetes had increased hugely in the coloured community. The high prevalence of undiagnosed diabetes “portends that cardiovascular diseases might grow to epidemic proportions in the near future in SA”.

Tim Noakes uses science to twist knife and fork into low-carb critics -


sporkfed wrote:

Quiet night

I am assuming someone got different medication.

Not one vile word.

Bruce in Tennessee wrote:

Alhambra Investment Partners – We Are Doomers™

....and wrong since 1995.

Buongiorno a tutti!


"Researchers found that cats had none of this type of interaction and simply defecated on the owners bed"

Black Star Ranch

Rob Dawg wrote:

Sixteen economists flip a coin. Eight get it right. Flip again. Four. Again. Two. Once more and you have the smartest economist in the room.

Rob Dawg wrote:

Seriously the economy is finally doing better.


merchants of fear wrote:

This is the worst blog now by any measure.

I know of one far, far worse.

It's inhabited by a rock troll with very large calves and a nasty mouth.


Jackdawracy wrote:

Given a choice of a smartphone or a car and you can only have one, which would you pick?

My smartphone can call for a pick me up and drop me off.