The Campaign For DA

1.13.2016

Random Wednesday Morning Thought


Edit: I have been called out on more grammatical errors than usual. I'm in trial. I banged this thing out in about five minutes and  hit "publish".
  • I keeps seeing this viral video of a guy cuddling with a mammoth bear. I don't think he has ever seen Grizzly Man.
  • The State of the Union seemed more entertaining than usual. But is there any worse job than being the Speaker of the House from the different party than the President with the camera on you all night?
  • But the President, surprisingly, did not mention guns.
  • Donald Trump did not think it was entertaining: "The #SOTU speech is really boring, slow, lethargic - very hard to watch!"
  • And why was Rowan County, Kentucky Clerk Kim Davis at State of the Union (she the one who wouldn't issue same sex marriage licenses.)
  • Are these SuperPac ads which do nothing acting a candidate new? I saw one that did nothing but go after Rubio this morning.
  • We had another Iranian Hostage Crisis yesterday. But our ten sailors have already been released. (But there something weird that two of our boats ended up off course because of "navigation issues".)
  • The Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo will ban Confederate battle flags at events this year. 
  • To the two girls who allegedly attacked a city worker, do you really need you own names tattooed on your chests?



30 comments:

Anonymous said...

Wow! Whoever heard of the Los Angeles Rams?! ;-)

Anonymous said...

What were their names? Futbugly and Futbuglier?

Anonymous said...

Ethan Couch: Still walking inbetween the raindrops.

Anonymous said...

Dude, your post today was one of the most difficult to get through in a long time. And I am usually very forgiving of your grammatical errors, today, not so much.

Anonymous said...

The American flag can be burned on behalf of free speech, yet a Confederate flag can be banned from an event in the south? Do you not see a stupid pattern in this country, Barry?

Upstairs said...

Kim Davis was the guest of Rep Jim Jordan (R-Ohio)at the request of the Family Research Council. The head of the council claims that Davis is a hero for religious liberty. Yeah, right. All she did was prove, once again, that elected officials can completely refuse to do their jobs and not be removed.

Triple Fake... said...

the blonde(?) half of that mugshot duo looks as if she's had dimple implants, and I don't mean it jokingly. It really looks like something has been done to her face to cause intentional dimplage.
And the headline says they attacked b/c they thought the water was being shut off. If it's somebody from the city shutting off the water, how is attacking them gonna help, other than delay the inevitable? If you didn't pay your bill, it's gonna happen! Otherwise, fairly easy to correct.

"Are these SuperPac ads which do nothing acting a candidate new?"
You okay there, buddy? That's a little more gibberishy than usual. I'll assume the word "attacking" was meant to go in there at some point


Triple Fake Mike "eight dollar dar dee dollar" Rhyner

Anonymous said...

Egad! Why do beautiful girls think they need a booger in their navel?

Anonymous said...

I keeps seeing this viral video...

Seeking to diversify yo' client base there, homes?

Anonymous said...

Lame duck Barack Obama should have dispatched our boy Barry Lean to rescue the so-called hostages. Heh. LOL!

Anonymous said...

I wonder if the St. Louis newspaper called the NFL "feckless thugs" when the Rams move from Los Angeles to St. Louis was approved years ago?

Anonymous said...

Did Governor Haley have her jaw wired shut last night for the opposing party response? Looked like she was trying to do a ventriloquism act.

DF Charlie McCarthy

Anonymous said...

Big neck tattoo of butterfly on a woman is never attractive.

DF The Painted Lady

Anonymous said...

Why was there a Syrian refugee and an empty chair at the SOTU?

Anonymous said...

The RT's are really boring, slow, lethargic.

Anonymous said...

Skippy, didn't Obammy give the Iranians the company store and the ability to build the bomb so they would like us? How's that foreign policy workin out for ya?

Anonymous said...

"Are these SuperPac ads which do nothing acting a candidate new?"

Go home, Barry. You're drunk.

And some goofy ass Congressman from Ohio invited Kim Davis. I'm not sure who is worse: him for inviting her or the networks for putting a camera on her at some point during the speech.

Anonymous said...

Skippy, Obammy didn't mention anything about Iran capturing two of our boats either. Can you say Jimmy Carter 2.0?

Anonymous said...

Something going on with Obama and Hillary. It was widely reported that him talking guns would be a boost to her campaign. Given so much "passion" that he has put into gun control, it is strange that he left that out.

Anonymous said...

Excuse me commish but the Rams home city would be Cleveland not Los Angeles?

Anonymous said...

Barry, where's your update on Making a Murderer? I finished it last night. It was so good but so frustrating to watch. CNN reported that Steven Avery filed two motions on Monday. I was really impressed by Avery's attorneys in the murder trial.

Anonymous said...

11:13 - Technically correct in terms of the origin of the franchise, but basically 5/8 of their history is in L.A.

Anonymous said...

'Kathy' of the tattoo twins, needs her name to ID herself in the mirror after a long night with too much of the other tats she boasts. Yes, Triple Fake Mike, she does look as if she had dimple surgery!

The other girl...who knows what her tats say, but is that a bat sucking her jugular or a giant butterfly?

Anonymous said...

8:53(a) -

"And I am usually very forgiving of your grammatical errors, today, not so much."

Oh, sweet irony.

8:53(b) -

"The American flag can be burned on behalf of free speech, yet a Confederate flag can be banned from an event in the south? Do you not see a stupid pattern in this country, Barry?"

I see a stupid pattern - people who don't understand the difference between government and private actions.

Nasreen Iqbal said...

What would happen if we found the Iranian military wandering into our waters?

Anonymous said...

The kind of girls who need to get their names tattooed on their chests are the same kind of girls who think that it will play out okay, to attack a code enforcement officer, for maybe turning off their water.

I love it when a dumb criminal puts a tatt on their high chest or neck or face; it's like they're doing everyone a public service by announcing that a criminal is present.

Anonymous said...

I seriously doubt the presence of the Confederate flag at the Stock Show would offend anyone. Have you ever been to the stock show? Unless you go on black cowboy day (or whatever they call it), there's hardly a black person to be found. That's the whitest large-scale event there is, outside of the Republican National Convention.

Anonymous said...

Yea damn those racist republicans. That white-assed governor that gave the anti-SOTU last night. And that white brain surgeon guy running for president, and I think theres a couple of white Cuban fellows in there too. Hey I bet even that black republican senator is probably white too. No, if you want some diversity you gotta get out there and see ole Bernie and the Hildabeast.

Anonymous said...

You are ignoring a long history of Iranian abductions for political purposes by asking that gotcha question. Given the history I think the American fear is understandable.

The Iranian hostage crisis forever changed diplomatic relations between Iran and the West so a new crisis (thankfully already averted) during this political climate, and at a time when we are trying to normalize relations, is a very big deal.

Anonymous said...

I bet they don't ban the Mexican flag.