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6,109 posts. Alias of Doodlebug Anklebiter.


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So, uh...who is Selena Gomez?

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I wouldn't bother being so pedantic, but it touches on one of my favorite singer-songwriters:

"Political satire became obsolete when Henry Kissinger was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize."

Who's Next?

I've learned to be wary of the Global Research website, but, yes, capitalist pigs enslaving their people by fear and lies does seem pretty obvious to me.

I'm pretty sure Kerry "I opposed the Iraq War even though I voted for it" doesn't need any tips.

Kirth Gersen wrote:
Comrade Anklebiter wrote:
I discovered recently that Andy Warhol was alleged to have an IQ of 86.
This would not in any way surprise me.

But he designed the cover to Sticky Fingers! With a working zipper! F+*!ing genius.

In completely unrelated news, I discovered recently that Andy Warhol was alleged to have an IQ of 86. I was rather surprised, even if I don't put much stock in IQ.

Okay, but it isn't really "separat[ing] health care from employment enitrely" if the employer is still paying for it, is it?

Comrade Anklebiter wrote:
Why Israel is still afraid of Mordechai Vanunu

Woops. I cut-and-paste the wrong (and a decade old) article:

Israel renews restrictions on nuclear whistleblower Mordechai Vanunu

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Lord Snow wrote:

Comrade Anklebiter, if you haven't heard about this one yet, you're gonna love it:

Iron Dome is a bluff!

So apparently I live in an Orwellian dictatorship that blinds the masses with one of the more elaborate lies in human history. Hmm.

I'm not really a weapons nerd kinda guy, but I did find a couple more articles I liked:

Why Israel is still afraid of Mordechai Vanunu

Right-wingers beat Haifa deputy mayor during anti-war protest

And an older one that always makes me cry:

Last of Warsaw Ghetto Survivors Calls for Rebellion Against Israeli Occupation

I really don't have much of an opinion on the downing of the Malaysian plane. But this I agree with:

Vlad Koroboff wrote:

I would not take Kerry's words as a face value.

"'You just don't in the 21st Century behave in 19th Century fashion by invading another country on completely trumped-up pretext,' Mr Kerry told the CBS program Face the Nation."

Usagi Yojimbo wrote:
But yes, I agree with AndrewR, it would be best for everyone, including employers, if they were out of the business of dealing with health insurance.

You obviously don't have a Cadillac plan.

It sure f+$&ing beats Obamacare.

More Max Blumenthal

Woops, my eyes glazed over because I thought you were still talking about dogs. I, of course, hate dogs.

Huh. I was doing a little refresher on KAL 007 and came upon this rather strange article from 2012 about victims' family members who believe that their relatives are still alive and living in Russia thirty years later.

Ever stranger, in the comments section we find a poster or two who believe that KAL 007 was shot down because Rep. Larry McDonald, who apparently was also the Chairman of the John Birch Society, was exposing "the New World Order."

[Puts on shiny hat]

Sounds plausible to me.

There was an on-line article I read a whiles back, from Mother Jones IIRC, that claimed that two-third(?) of all post-9/11 terrorist convictions were people set up by the FBI. Lessee if I can find it...


The Informants

Woops, only one-third.

To tide you all over until Comrade Thorn returns:

Man’s Death After Chokehold Raises Old Issue for the Police

Florida Town Stunned by News of Police KKK Ties

If the employer is made to pay an extra amount for the employee to get their own insurance, how it that separating health care from employment entirely?

Ukraine conflict: 'White power' warrior from Sweden

Still no fascists in Ukraine, nope.

As near as I can tell, nothing.

I do. Fortunately, I never had to swear fealty to Big Brown because I swore fealty to the Teamsters instead.

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Krensky wrote:
Pot is reference to marijuana is a shortening of potiguaya, a Mexican Spanish word meaning cannabis leaves.

Huh, learn something new every day here in the OTD.

[bubble bubble bubble]

[Promptly forgets new fact]

I'm sad to see that I've already been beaten to the punch in pointing out that my favorite North American mayor ("I've got enough pussy to eat at home") is Canadian, alas.

[Fistbumps Comrade Kirth and sharpens his pitchfork]

Market Basket shelves look bare during corporate strike

It kinda figures that the biggest strike in NH in quite a while is waged in defense of the CEO.

[Shakes head]

Huh. $200,000 per victim seems to be the going rate for shooting down civilian airliners:

Siberia Airlines Flight 1812

Chomsky, like Norman Finkelstein before him, runs afoul of BDS.


Chomsky's responders in The Nation

Back to Mondoweiss

Correction: some BDS activist on a commie website

Angstspawn wrote:
Comrade Anklebiter wrote:

I'm not sure any of you pinkskins are gonna be able to face the second half of the 21st century.

Have fun.

I'm not presumptuous enough to say I will face it, are you?

But, nuclear war excepted (that would bring everyone at the same level), occident should manage the upcoming years quite better than most other countries.

Russia is isolating itself and alone it will fall first!

No, I think it is unlikely that I will make it to 2051.


As I said, you are free to dismiss the article as you please. I provided other links to the same topic for your perusal since you objected to the Mondoweiss piece. But I'm pretty sure Max Blumenthal isn't from the Islamic world.

[Reads article]

Woah, he's Sidney Blumenthal's son? Learn something new everyday in the OTD!

I'm not sure any of you pinkskins are gonna be able to face the second half of the 21st century.

Have fun.

My bad. It was in a thread about Detroit.

But here's the article. It only mentions three states, but in two of them it sounds like there was a direct link.

The Expansion of the Vote: A White Man's Democracy


Well, I don't have a position on whether you guys are being trolled or not, but I do remember in a thread about gun control after being berated by Comrade X about a lack of giving a shiznit about the Founding Plutocrats coming across an article which averred that there were states that had allowed blacks and women who met the property qualifications to vote, but then took voting rights away from those groups when they introduced universal white male suffrage.

[Whistles the theme song to Team America: World Police]

I suspect that he is referring to the disparity in casualties, but, alas, I am not Max Blumenthal. You can probably contact him if you'd like to ask him why he called it a "one-sided assault." I believe he is one of the leading figures of the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement, so the two of you should have a lot to chat about.

If those two points that you object to lead you to dismiss the article, well that, of course, is your prerogative.

More articles on the White House Iftar:

Same website, different author:
Why I, a Palestinian-American Muslim, went to the White House Iftar and what I learned

Another White House Iftar, Another Ramadan Without My Brother

The Guardian
White House Iftar dinner guests press Obama on surveillance of Muslims

U.S. Muslims fuming over Dermer's White House Iftar tweet

Lord Snow wrote:
Having given my "Israeli's are not a bloodthirsty tribe of child killers, war means unintentional casualties" speech... I believe this round of fighting is almost exclusively Israel's fault. Following the union of the Hamas with Patah in the Palestinian government, Israeli leadership has been anxious to find away to undo the union, not wanting Hamas to get a stronger political foothold than it already has. Using the kidnapping of the three Israeli children as a flimsy excuse, they sent the IDF to try and break the new government by force. When it was later found out that while "searching" for the children (in practice taking dozens of prisoners with no charges against them, wrecking homes and public buildings, and disrupting life in any way possible) the army already knew they were dead... that's inexcusable. That was a pointless, dangerous provocation. And lo and behold, Hamas retaliated. And when they did, they did it in such force that Israel had to retaliate too... and from there to here it was the usual spiral of violence.

Lord Snow wrote:
I think, Anklebiter, that this source of information is not very objective.

As opposed to your source in the IDF?

What's the Israeli death toll up to now?

One civilian and one cat?

Well, if I were Russia, I'd just wait six years, pay out $200,000 in blood money for each passenger and refuse to accept legal liability.


They've since discovered that there was an American citizen aboard and it's since been upgraded to an "outrage of unspeakable proportions."

The Cookie Lobby is just another example of our corporate masters reducing us to automatons and welfare leeches. In fact, the whole system, from the halls of Congress to the local Chamber of Commerce, seems to be predicated upon reducing us to neo-serfs, breaking our backs at the convenience store, handing out Red Bulls and Doritos to crazy check recipients.

Clearly, the answer is to strike the takers from the welfare rolls.

Booze? Cigarettes? Get real.

No cookies for you, taker!!!!

The One Percent

"The One Percent is a 2006 documentary about the growing wealth gap between America's wealthy elite compared to the overall citizenry. It was created by Jamie Johnson, an heir to the Johnson & Johnson fortune, and produced by Jamie Johnson and Nick Kurzon. The film's title refers to the top one percent of Americans in terms of wealth, who controlled 42.2 percent of total financial wealth in 2004."

I wonder if the kiddie rapist's in it.

Welfare fraud went down markedly after ODB passed.

"You owe me forty acres and a mule anyway."


Two thoughts that pass through my head:

1) I wonder if anyone has ever collected stats about how many prostitutes collect some form of government assistance;

2) How come Mr.T'sFloatingHead never says "I pity the fool..."?

Hee hee!

I mean, woops, what am I doing over here in the Andrew R.-vs.-all- comers thread when I am supposed to be doing my homework on the 2009 Honduran coup?

[Gets back to work]

Snowden: NSA Employees Are Passing Around Nude Photos

I'll probably use this elsewhere later, but linking it here for now so I'll have bragging rights later.

No, you misunderstand.

He was trying to say that the Palestinian people won't bow down to that sociopathic, war-mongering harridan, either.

Andrew R wrote:
You are right, a balanced diet requires more than bean. but that bag of beans is still more nutritious than a bag of chips and cheaper and higher quantity as well.

If welfare leeches were eating nutritious meals, wouldn't they just live longer and suck up more of your tax dollars?

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