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Congressman Wants Weiner Probe

I know it's childish, but I could not resist.

He might have been hacked, but the jokes write themselves. :)


Love it.

Edit: a lot of congressmen do want one, but they keep it in the closet fir some reason.


There is some possibility this scum sucking maggot might not be guilty, but I find it hard to believe. Vermin like this think that folks who work for a living should die in prison by the thousands while he eats lobster and laughs. The rules don't apply to him; he's better than us, and he should be able to make all of our choices because we are stupid like livestock. Maybe he thinks he's a Kennedy. Maybe he really thinks we'll believe him and John Stewart when they won't say if that's his dong on the web. How many pictures of his dong are on the web? Wouldn't most folks have some idea? I don't really care who he twitters his junk to, but just admit that you were drinking a lot, and you deserve a pass. Don't tell me a lie that a fifth grader wouldn't believe. I don't give a crap if you inhaled or not. Grow a spine and say it's none of my damned business, but try to quit lying for just a couple of moments. Bush wouldn't admit he was a coke head, and we kind of respected that. Just tell reporters it's none of their business who you send pictures of your dong to.

I'm not surprised that most Americans hate congress. I'm surprised that all Americans don't hate congress.

*shrug*

I just don't get it.

*facepalm!*


Cry, 'Banana Hammock!', and let slip the dong of Weiner.


pres man wrote:
Cry, 'Banana Hammock!', and let slip the dong of Weiner.

LOL!


Is that a Weiner dog in your pants or are you just happy to see me?


Maybe he was hoping the camera added 10 pounds to him...? His...? Err, nevermind.


pres man wrote:
Cry, 'Banana Hammock!', and let slip the dong of Weiner.

I'd give you a "+1 internet" as a reward, but all I have is this meme pic that says, "Yo dawg, I heard you like Weiner, so we put a weiner in your pic of Weiner, so you can look at weiner while you look at Weiner."


Whatever happened to shagging the interns? It would have saved Weinerman a lot of trouble.

Sovereign Court

Bitter Thorn wrote:

There is some possibility this scum sucking maggot might not be guilty, but I find it hard to believe. Vermin like this think that folks who work for a living should die in prison by the thousands while he eats lobster and laughs. The rules don't apply to him; he's better than us, and he should be able to make all of our choices because we are stupid like livestock. Maybe he thinks he's a Kennedy. Maybe he really thinks we'll believe him and John Stewart when they won't say if that's his dong on the web. How many pictures of his dong are on the web? Wouldn't most folks have some idea? I don't really care who he twitters his junk to, but just admit that you were drinking a lot, and you deserve a pass. Don't tell me a lie that a fifth grader wouldn't believe. I don't give a crap if you inhaled or not. Grow a spine and say it's none of my damned business, but try to quit lying for just a couple of moments. Bush wouldn't admit he was a coke head, and we kind of respected that. Just tell reporters it's none of their business who you send pictures of your dong to.

I'm not surprised that most Americans hate congress. I'm surprised that all Americans don't hate congress.

*shrug*

I just don't get it.

*facepalm!*

I really don't get the rage here. It's a funny story for a slow news day, that's about it, the only reason this is even in the news is because his last name is Weiner. The picture is only mildly offensive and it seems that twitter accounts get hacked all the time.

Personally I don't get the American news media. This is a humor piece at best. And even if he did send the pic and then lie about his account being hacked do you really want to make a big deal about that? Rather then the lies that got you into the Iraq war? Clothed erections are that outrageous that this needs to be front page stuff? I mean one lie cost trillions of dollars and hundreds of thousands of deaths and the other potential lie is someone's clothed erection. I think if you want to make a big deal about this Americans have the congress they deserve.


Huh-huh-huh-huh-huh....weiner.


Guy Humual wrote:
Bitter Thorn wrote:

There is some possibility this scum sucking maggot might not be guilty, but I find it hard to believe. Vermin like this think that folks who work for a living should die in prison by the thousands while he eats lobster and laughs. The rules don't apply to him; he's better than us, and he should be able to make all of our choices because we are stupid like livestock. Maybe he thinks he's a Kennedy. Maybe he really thinks we'll believe him and John Stewart when they won't say if that's his dong on the web. How many pictures of his dong are on the web? Wouldn't most folks have some idea? I don't really care who he twitters his junk to, but just admit that you were drinking a lot, and you deserve a pass. Don't tell me a lie that a fifth grader wouldn't believe. I don't give a crap if you inhaled or not. Grow a spine and say it's none of my damned business, but try to quit lying for just a couple of moments. Bush wouldn't admit he was a coke head, and we kind of respected that. Just tell reporters it's none of their business who you send pictures of your dong to.

I'm not surprised that most Americans hate congress. I'm surprised that all Americans don't hate congress.

*shrug*

I just don't get it.

*facepalm!*

I really don't get the rage here. It's a funny story for a slow news day, that's about it, the only reason this is even in the news is because his last name is Weiner. The picture is only mildly offensive and it seems that twitter accounts get hacked all the time.

Personally I don't get the American news media. This is a humor piece at best. And even if he did send the pic and then lie about his account being hacked do you really want to make a big deal about that? Rather then the lies that got you into the Iraq war? Clothed erections are that outrageous that this needs to be front page stuff? I mean one lie cost trillions of dollars and hundreds of thousands of deaths and the other potential lie is someone's clothed erection. I think if you want to make a...

LOL! This is hardly rage. This is just irritation.


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He was asked if it was not his crotch. He couldn't say with certainty it was not his crotch.

Which of course means it is his crotch.

The photo was taken from a position of someone photographing themselves by holding their cellphone out in front of them. So if it was a hacker, as John Podhoretz points out, the hacker had to have gotten directly behind Weiner when the Congressman was in his underwear, put his arm over the Congressman's shoulder, snapped the photo, and got away.

I suppose that is possible. I will remember such possible explanations the next time I mistakenly hit Reply All to an email that I meant to go to only one person.


Guy Humual wrote:
Clothed erections are that outrageous that this needs to be front page stuff?

In the U.S., a microsecond "wardrobe malfunction" = a $250,000,000 lawsuit. Taking a leak in your own back yard can get you hard time as a "sex offender." Ask the average "family values" American which is a bigger threat to global stability: nudity on TV or the Iraq War, and the answer will come back in strong favor of the former.


Kirth Gersen wrote:
Guy Humual wrote:
Clothed erections are that outrageous that this needs to be front page stuff?
In the U.S., a microsecond "wardrobe malfunction" = a $250,000,000 lawsuit. Taking a leak in your own back yard can get you hard time as a "sex offender." Ask the average "family values" American which is a bigger threat to global stability: nudity on TV or the Iraq War, and the answer will come back in strong favor of the former.

Well if nudity on TV makes it easier for radicals to recruit people to fight the "immoral infidels" ...


pres man wrote:
Well if nudity on TV makes it easier for radicals to recruit people to fight the "immoral infidels" ...

Yeah, Paris banned toplessness on one of the beaches because it "offended Islam," and we all know if someone beheads you over an offense, it's all your fault for offending them. Of course, that particular ban might have simply been quid-pro-quo for the earlier banning of burquas in public schools... who knows? Seems like once you get into an offense-ban-offense-ban competition, there's no end to it.


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Kirth Gersen wrote:
Guy Humual wrote:
Clothed erections are that outrageous that this needs to be front page stuff?
In the U.S., a microsecond "wardrobe malfunction" = a $250,000,000 lawsuit. Taking a leak in your own back yard can get you hard time as a "sex offender." Ask the average "family values" American which is a bigger threat to global stability: nudity on TV or the Iraq War, and the answer will come back in strong favor of the former.

If Americans had intelligent priorities, the country would look less like Saudi Arabia's less ambitious cousin and more like Sweden. But when a third of the populace is obviously deranged and everyone is afraid to say so, what else would we get?


Samnell wrote:
If Americans had intelligent priorities, the country would look less like Saudi Arabia's less ambitious cousin and more like Sweden. But when a third of the populace is obviously deranged and everyone is afraid to say so, what else would we get?

Ouch.


Kirth Gersen wrote:
pres man wrote:
Well if nudity on TV makes it easier for radicals to recruit people to fight the "immoral infidels" ...
Yeah, Paris banned toplessness on one of the beaches because it "offended Islam," and we all know if someone beheads you over an offense, it's all your fault for offending them. Of course, that particular ban might have simply been quid-pro-quo for the earlier banning of burquas in public schools... who knows? Seems like once you get into an offense-ban-offense-ban competition, there's no end to it.

I thought that was the argument against war in Iraq or burning Korans or whatever. It is making it easier for the extremist to recruit. I'm just saying if the logic stands ...


pres man wrote:
I thought that was the argument against war in Iraq or burning Korans or whatever. It is making it easier for the extremist to recruit. I'm just saying if the logic stands ...

I don't think that logic does stand. I think it's painfully easy for the extremists to recruit, because they have large populations of disenfranchised and/or opporessed people to pick from (and some of those people are oppressed by extremist regimes who share an ideology with the recruiters, mind you!). I think that banning nudity or cartoons or burning books or whatever doesn't make a bit of difference in the long run.


I would hazard a guess that not once in the history of Islamic fundamentalism has an acolyte been recruited because of naked people on the tv.

That's kind of a broad, unsubstantiated guess, but I'll make it anyway.

EDIT: Semi-naked ninjas!

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Kirth Gersen wrote:
pres man wrote:
I thought that was the argument against war in Iraq or burning Korans or whatever. It is making it easier for the extremist to recruit. I'm just saying if the logic stands ...
I don't think that logic does stand. I think it's painfully easy for the extremists to recruit, because they have large populations of disenfranchised and/or opporessed people to pick from (and some of those people are oppressed by extremist regimes who share an ideology with the recruiters, mind you!). I think that banning nudity or cartoons or burning books or whatever doesn't make a bit of difference in the long run.

I wouldn't even call it logic at all. It's like speculation combined with a poorly drawn analogy, and seasoned with a hint of WTF-level crazy. I didn't realize that the desire to appease terrorists and capitulate to their demands was one of the reasons why people get upset about racey content on television.

But, I'm also not even sure how we diverged from the fun of making weiner jokes to this crap again.


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Samnell wrote:
Kirth Gersen wrote:
Guy Humual wrote:
Clothed erections are that outrageous that this needs to be front page stuff?
In the U.S., a microsecond "wardrobe malfunction" = a $250,000,000 lawsuit. Taking a leak in your own back yard can get you hard time as a "sex offender." Ask the average "family values" American which is a bigger threat to global stability: nudity on TV or the Iraq War, and the answer will come back in strong favor of the former.
If Americans had intelligent priorities, the country would look less like Saudi Arabia's less ambitious cousin and more like Sweden. But when a third of the populace is obviously deranged and everyone is afraid to say so, what else would we get?

Samnell, are you trying to oust the title of "Paizo's nuttiest poster" from YellowDingo this year? Keep it up and you just might have a chance.


Sebastian wrote:

I didn't realize that the desire to appease terrorists and capitulate to their demands was one of the reasons why people get upset about racey content on television.

But, I'm also not even sure how we diverged from the fun of making weiner jokes to this crap again.

Nice! And point well taken. I am trod beneath your dainty rainbow hooves yet again.


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Garydee wrote:


Samnell, are you trying to oust the title of "Paizo's nuttiest poster" from YellowDingo this year? Keep it up and you just might have a chance.

No, I'm just being honest as I can whilst operating within certain bounds of politeness.


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While I am certainly sympathetic to the idea that 1/3 of Americans are quite possibly deranged(it could be as high as 2/3), I for one am very glad America is not more like the totalitarian idiocy in Sweden.

The Exchange

Why oh why did I even look. I knew it was going to be stupid and the weiner jokes could not continue. I had to look. Damn my will save.


Crimson Jester wrote:
Why oh why did I even look. I knew it was going to be stupid and the weiner jokes could not continue. I had to look. Damn my will save.

Don't feel bad, statistics show that 90% of the US population is stupid. So you're not alone.


Getting back to the topic.

My theories are:
(1) that someone was goofing with their phone while sitting in their underwear, while in an excited state. And they goofed and took a picture of themselves and then when they tried to delete it, they goofed again and sent it out.

(2) or someone's wife found a picture on the husband's phone and tried to embarrass the husband because they were so upset at what seemed to be infidelity.


ROFL

Deadly Asian math skilz!


Hey where is Spanky's post go?


I had to delete the link after looking at it in more detail.


Spanky the Leprechaun wrote:
I had to delete the link after looking at it in more detail.

Yah, well, it was great for what you intended it. But truth be told (I taught college in China) there's a huge difference in rocking the math and actually applying logical principles to life.


I know.....
I knew a dude that got 98's on engineering tests that.....normal humans got 69 on and got an A;
one day, he excitedly told me that "I've made tiny lightning in the microwave."


Spanky the Leprechaun wrote:

I know.....

I knew a dude that got 98's on engineering tests that.....normal humans got 69 on and got an A;
one day, he excitedly told me that "I've made tiny lightning in the microwave."

LOL!


Rep. Weiner on His Attitude-"I'm sorry I was a little stiff yesterday."


Bitter Thorn wrote:
Rep. Weiner on His Attitude-"I'm sorry I was a little stiff yesterday."

I'm sure he's felt that he has been probed enough on this development.


Come on guys quit giving him a hard time!

Sovereign Court

There's also a possibility that this guy didn't actually do this thing and he's just being a dick.


Dems Start Turning on Weiner

I thought most of them liked Weiner.


... to think that being 'turned on' was how all this started.


Bitter Thorn wrote:

Dems Start Turning on Weiner

I thought most of them liked Weiner.

Well I know Barney Frank does.


Frank & Weiner

Nice.

The Exchange

Kruelaid wrote:
... to think that being 'turned on' was how all this started.

It got him in "hot water"

The Exchange

Crimson Jester wrote:
Kruelaid wrote:
... to think that being 'turned on' was how all this started.
It got him in "hot water"

pushed him to the boiling point

The Exchange

Crimson Jester wrote:
Crimson Jester wrote:
Kruelaid wrote:
... to think that being 'turned on' was how all this started.
It got him in "hot water"
pushed him to the boiling point

he just is not photogenic when red. Looks stiff.


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Here's what I think actually happened. Someone hacked his computer. Clearly. No one's dumb enough to use Twitter to broadcast that which could get them fired. End of story, right? Not quite.

His obvious discomfort is only half due to being hacked and, as he says, diverted from the real issues. Part of that look of discomfort, to me, appears to be fear. So why be afraid? I'll tell you why. Weiner took a covered weiner shot. Not a very professional thing to do, right? We all know politicians are not sexual beings... they're exalted, like priests. They never have frat boy moments.

So admitting some hacker found a boner fide dong shot on his computer and posted it could only damage his career. If that seems deviant to you guys, let me just say right now that I've done the same, sans the covering. I mean, how else are you going to test out your new camera's wide lens? So I guess I'll never be your next ballot choice.

BTW, who wants a free jadepeg?


We should all remember that erections have consequences.

Dark Archive Bella Sara Charter Superscriber

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The Jade wrote:


BTW, who wants a free jadepeg?

Pass.


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Sebastian wrote:
The Jade wrote:


BTW, who wants a free jadepeg?
Pass.

Pass it on over to your Facebook mail? Right away, sir.

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