Tuesday, December 3, 2013

Your Tuesday Digital Dump!

Hey, how did this tripe from WorldNetDaily wind up in today's Herald?

Oh yeah, here's why:


(photo courtesy of Random Pixels)

In other news, when it comes to personal jurisdiction in the 11th Circuit, Lovelady is almost as good as Venetian Salami.

Finally, it's generally not a good idea to be lawyer #13.

And how is your Tuesday so far?

24 comments:

  1. The perpetual crybaby victimhood of the right is so fracking pathetic. But then if they had any balls they wouldn't be so sexually frustrated.

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  2. The right is perpetually claiming victimhood? You're beyond delusional. The comment is especially rich coming from someone who screams about hate and bigotry any time someone disagrees with the gay agenda. Why don't one of you clowns actually try responding to or rebutting Garvin.

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  3. Alec Baldwin making a gay slur is proof liberals hate conservative women!!!

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  4. Same with Maher's comments about 9/11.

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  5. @11:30

    So opposition to hatred and bigotry is a form of bigotry? Just keep telling yourself that one!

    Amateur.

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  6. STOP BICKERING!

    This is not about YOU.

    This is about SFL's GREATNESS.

    Carry on.

    -GB

    NB @11:30 am - thats ASS clown to you, pal.

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  7. Sorry GB, but they don't get to confuse actual victims with wannabe victims around me.

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  8. They're just panicking because they know the white dominated male society that ruled this country for 200 plus years is coming to an end, and they're worried the new majority will treat them as deplorably as they treated us.

    Don't worry geezers. It's not going to happen. We're better people than you ever were.

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  9. It worked in Zimbabwe, so why worry.

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  10. [GW..I wasnt talking to you...]

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  11. Why can't we all just get along?

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  12. Matthew Shepard = wannabe victim

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  13. Very nice 5:11. Your humanity and intellect are overwhelming.

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  14. You know 5:11. I happened to be at the Anti-defamation league luncheon awards today. And they had this 80 second video of images with the John Lennon Song "Imagine" playing . And the video imagined all the things people who died because of hate could have accomplished in their lives. The video imagined an elderly Dr. King coming out for immigration reform; of the Jewish Journalist Daniel Pearl winning a pulitzer prize for an expose on terrorism, and imaging Matthew Shepherd leading a state wide campaign against bullying in schools.
    And the whole event was so uplifting that even your cowardly ignorant comment cannot take the glow off the event.
    I sign my name speaking up against your thoughtless ignorance. Are you brave enough to come out of your closet?

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  15. Reizenstien....is that irish? no, wait...columbian?

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  16. Actually my grandparents from my mother's side were named Dunn- Irish Jews. Your point being?

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  17. Thanks for your remarks Phil. Most of the people who comment here are decent, and then there's these gifts. I was tempted to delete that comment, but ignorance should be confronted, like you just did.

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  18. @7:57, There's no "u" in Colombian.

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  19. Saint Matt was killed b/c of a meth deal gone bad.

    http://www.npr.org/2013/10/06/226438148/book-of-matt-the-real-motive-behind-an-infamous-murder

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  20. So, if someone argues against the conventional wisdom all of the sudden they are not decent? Matt Shepard was a meth-head deal with it and was killed in a drug-deal gone bad. That he was gay too, is incidental to the crime.

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  21. @10:34

    When you're making excuses for a gruesome murder, no, you're not decent. I could, for example, write a book about how frequently you sodomize animals because it fits with my agenda. That wouldn't make it true. Of course it wouldn't make it false either.

    The fact is that people are killed because they are LGBT way too frequently. Are you denying that? You sure seem to be.

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  22. And to the specifics.

    "But even after being sentenced to life in prison, McKinney continued to refer to himself as "homofobick [sic]." As Newcomb notes, McKinney defiantly stated years after the murder that "Matt Shepard needed killing," and that "[t]he night I did it, I did have hatred for homosexuals." Explaining why he targeted Shepard, McKinney said it was because "he was obviously gay. That played a part. His weakness. His frailty."

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