June 18, 2013

At the Pathway Café...

Untitled

... tread gently.

57 comments:

El Pollo Raylan said...

That's a closeup photo of Caesar Romero's scalp and hair part from Batman.

edutcher said...

In the things-are-not-what-they-seem-file, Is Robert Cook William Ayers?

Ayers thinks Choom should be tried for war crimes.

Revenant said...

It is hardly surprising for the far left to hate a Democratic President. They hated Clinton, too.

edutcher said...

Is that the road not traveled, Madame?

The first thing they tell you is stay off the trails.

Revenant said...

It is hardly surprising for the far left to hate a Democratic President. They hated Clinton, too.

But only after they'd voted for him twice.

PS The AmnestyCare thing may be finally heating up.

Leno calls Chuckie's plan "11 Million Undocumented Democrats" and Rubio don't like it.

Revenant said...

But only after they'd voted for him twice.

There's no basis for that claim.

edutcher said...

I didn't hear any complaints about Willie from the Left until about '98.

I'd call that a basis.

Titus said...

I just took the rare clumber out for tinky winky and the last dumper of the day.

We ended up sitting outside my fab expensive love with the desirable zip underneath a gaslight.

An endless stream of dark, foreign, exotic hog walked by and pet the rare clumber. My hog got hard.

Now it's time to masturbate.

Hi chicky wicky wimpy poo-cut and paste this everywhere in order to get some sort of affirmation.

john said...

Dick Cheney:

... told “Fox News Sunday” the NSA-led programs have to remain confidential to keep the information from enemies ...

“It was 19 guys with box cutters and airplane tickets,” but the next time it could have been a “nuclear attack,” the 72-year-old Cheney said.


Cheney later opined:

... the IRS targeting Tea Party groups and other politically-conservative organizations was a "gross abuse of power." He also said flagging the groups for additional scrutiny when they were applying for tax-exempt status was "politically motivated."

A likely result of having his irony-recognition nerve severed during one of his multiple heart surgeries.

edutcher said...

No irony, although, in regard to the ongoing AmnestyCare, it's interesting to note one group the IRS went after was a Conservative Hispanic one.

Love that metadata.

Revenant said...

I didn't hear any complaints about Willie from the Left until about '98.

Then you weren't paying any attention.

In his first term Clinton signed Don't Ask Don't Tell, the Defense of Marriage Act, welfare reform, NAFTA, and expansions to the death penalty, the war on drugs, and immigration enforcement. The far left hated his guts -- why wouldn't they?

Revenant said...

“It was 19 guys with box cutters and airplane tickets,” but the next time it could have been a “nuclear attack,” the 72-year-old Cheney said.

And this nuclear attack will magically be detected by snooping on Americans' email.

Because [classified].

El Pollo Raylan said...

Titus said...
I just took the rare clumber out for tinky winky and the last dumper of the day.

We ended up sitting outside my fab expensive love with the desirable zip underneath a gaslight.

An endless stream of dark, foreign, exotic hog walked by and pet the rare clumber. My hog got hard.

Now it's time to masturbate.

Hi chicky wicky wimpy poo-cut and paste this everywhere in order to get some sort of affirmation.

6/18/13, 7:51 PM


Paul Lynde channels Titus: Link

Saint Croix said...

That's a closeup photo of Caesar Romero's scalp and hair part from Batman.

Ha! And he was so much better than Nicholson. Jack was horrible!

I suggest, only half in jest, that Matthew Lillard deserved an Oscar for his Shaggy performance in Scooby Doo 2

It's frickin' hard to play a cartoon! Particularly if you're running out of green.

edutcher said...

Revenant said...

I didn't hear any complaints about Willie from the Left until about '98.

Then you weren't paying any attention.

In his first term Clinton signed Don't Ask Don't Tell, the Defense of Marriage Act, welfare reform, NAFTA, and expansions to the death penalty, the war on drugs, and immigration enforcement. The far left hated his guts -- why wouldn't they?


They were passed then, but those complaints weren't heard until later. Actually, the Lefties bitched more about his payola economic policy than anything else

They may not have liked it (and I remember the whining late in his term), but they kept pretty quiet about it until '98 or so.

And I paid more attention to that sort of thing than most.

Dante said...

I would still like to hear Ann's position on extension of amendments, such as the fourth Amendment to include "privacy," as opposed to state sovereignty, as articulated in the 10th amendment. I think it's important, because it structures the entire country, in particular power of the Federal government vs. power of the states.

edutcher said...

What might be more interesting is to hear what the ramifications of the new line where Choom calls us US "persons", not citizens might be.

What's a US person, and how does his/her rights differ from a US citizen?

Is this to accommodate all those undocumented Democrats?

bagoh20 said...

Looks like Meade's been dragging his ass across the lawn again. The vet can fix that for him.

Tim said...

"Because [classified]."

Hold on a sec...

o.k, I found MY NSA Super Decoder Ring...

...and, it decodes to, "Because, Fuck You, We Can."

Alrighty then.

Got it.

Tim said...

bagoh20 said...

"Looks like Meade's been dragging his ass across the lawn again. The vet can fix that for him."

Sanitary cut would help.

That, or ordering a Double-Dozen Pack of Cottonelle from Amazon through the Althouse Worm Ho, er, Portal.

Tim said...

"What's a US person, and how does his/her rights differ from a US citizen?

Is this to accommodate all those undocumented Democrats?"


Possibly so.

At a minimum, I think we can all agree it at least means, "Survivor of Roe v. Wade, or whatever applicable laws pertaining to the right to an abortion in the nation of your birth."

Until Carney or the Tele-Prompter-in-Chief elucidates the meaning for us NSA Surveillance Subjects.

Bob_R said...

Best photo in weeks.

MadisonMan said...

Because [classified].

Exactly.

Or they'll claim that the snooping prevented attacks when there's no evidence that the attacks would not have been prevented in more conventional, non-intrusive ways.

Dante said...

Looks like Meade's been dragging his ass across the lawn again. The vet can fix that for him.

My Chihuahua has been humping my Bassets ear, back, and whatever he can get to again. Is it illegal?

Revenant said...

They were passed then, but those complaints weren't heard until later

Given that people alive at the time know you're crazy -- and given that Google exists for the benefit of the rest -- I think I'll just reply with an eye roll and go about my business.

bagoh20 said...

"My Chihuahua has been humping my..."

Right now I have 3 males and 2 females in my pack. Only the females hump. Talk about your beta males. And the females totally dominate the group.

Chip Ahoy said...

Nonsense. Stomp if you wish. And take your bear spray with you. Never do know for sure what you'll encounter out there on those tended green paths.

It was a shame. Gif offers 256 colors and all of them can be green if we like but I could not get photoshop to agree this green is seen in nature so it kept changing it to duller whatever I tried. It's like it kept saying, "that's grass, Foo, and grass has its limitations." And to the people that looked at this before I posted this link, no fairsies.

Tim said...

"And the females totally dominate the group."

Hillary! voters for sure.

But.

Little do they know, the guys are getting it from gals who know how to play the game.

No one likes a ball-buster.

edutcher said...

bagoh20 said...

Looks like Meade's been dragging his ass across the lawn again. The vet can fix that for him.

No, he and Ann have been doing the scene where the Duke drags Maureen O'Hara back to their cottage in "The Quiet Man".

betamax3000 said...

It was Down to the Wire But I Had the Winning Bid on Ebay and Proudly Claimed a Ziploc Bag Half Full of Taylor Swift's Pubic Hair Trimmings. Painstakingly I have Knitted Said Trimmings into a Delightful Sweater for a Mouse. Long-Sleeved. The Sweater-Wearing Mouse is Now Impervious to Cats: the Cats Shy Away, Uneasy. I Have Now Deduced That Much of Taylor Swift's Angst Stems From the Uneasiness of Cats in Her Proximity. For a Point of Reference, the Mouse I have Dressed in a Sweater Made from Sean Connery's Pubic Hair Clippings Is Now a Great Friend of Crows: the Crows Will Sit Beside the Mouse and Rock gently Back and Forth. I have attempted to Buy George Clooney Pubic Hair trimmings but it -- Inevitably -- is a Scam: Over-the-Counter Richard Greico, and the Mouse Knows.

betamax3000 said...

When Boiled as Tea, Taylor Swift's Pubic Hair Trimmings. Evoke Orange Pekoe, Yet Have a Twang reminiscent of a Dairy Queen Blizzard.

edutcher said...

That is very weird.

betamax3000 said...

When Baked into Pumpkin Spice Bread, Taylor Swift's Pubic Hair Trimmings Evoke Pecans Marinated in Miracle Whip.

betamax3000 said...

Although A Task of Great Focus, Taylor Swift's Pubic Hair Trimmings are Able to be Differentiated from those of Gwyneth Paltrow by How Well the Cake Bakes/

pm317 said...

Rubio got played. I was beginning to think he is not all that smart and his involvement in the immigration boondoggle confirms it.

betamax3000 said...

Eating Oatmeal Cookies Baked with Gwyneth Paltrow 's Pubic Hair has a Synthetic Sugar-Free Maple Taste: Anyone who has had the Misfortune to Have Eaten a Sugar-Free Maple Candy will Know Exactly What That Means.

Pogo said...

Rubio got played?

We got played.

betamax3000 said...

Gwyneth Paltrow 's Pubic Hair Has a Straw-Like Texture that does Not Suit Cookies.

betamax3000 said...

Gwyneth Paltrow 's Pubic Hair Has a Straw-Like Texture that Does suit Hash Browns.

betamax3000 said...

I Knitted a Squirrel's Scarf from the Pubic Hair Clippings of Madonna; I have Never Seen a Squirrel Itch So Much, Yet Dance.

betamax3000 said...

Invert this Cafe's Photo in Photoshop, Contrast, Sharpen and Hue-Shift and this Will All Make Sense.

betamax3000 said...

Celebrity Pubic Hair Trimmings on Ebay: is This Not America?

The Holy Grail of Such: Marcia Brady.

betamax3000 said...

Or Laurie Partridge.

betamax3000 said...

Betty White?

betamax3000 said...

Don't Get Me Going On Celebrity Toe-Nail Clippings.




When You Get a Baggie of Only Nine You Know They Shorted You the Best One.

betamax3000 said...

Reese Witherspoon's Toe-Nail Clippings are Amazingly Small and Symmetrical. There is a Precision that Evokes the Pyramids.

betamax3000 said...

Even after Ten Days of Consistent Boiling The Toe-Nail Clippings of Meryl Streep still Have the Consistency of an Acorn: Integrity.

betamax3000 said...

To Clarify My Earlier Posts: If Not But Then and What Therefore, Hey?

And the Poll Question: What WAS the Winning Bid for a Ziploc Bag Half Full of Taylor Swift's Pubic Hair*?





*In Dollars, Not Euros.



Dante said...

Why is Obama concerning himself with the mechanics?

Obama: You Can't Fathom 'Complexities' of Syria Policy 'If You Haven't Been in Situation Room'

Policy should be used as a guide. It sounds as if Obama is getting into too much nuance. He ought to be thinking big picture.

And, of course, he gets in another Bush hit.

Bob Ellison said...

I would like to enjoy professional basketball. The NBA finals, alas, are not seriously looking for the best team.

Bob Ellison said...

That Weekly Standard hit on Obama earlier said "pouring" rather than "poring". The Weekly Standard has not noted the correction.

The Weekly Standard also stupidly mischaracterizes Obama's stupid statement. He didn't say that you can't understand things unless you've been in the situation room. This is stupid journalism.

Dante said...

The Weekly Standard also stupidly mischaracterizes Obama's stupid statement. He didn't say that you can't understand things unless you've been in the situation room. This is stupid journalism.

The point isn't the title. The point is the delving into subtleties of military consequences.

Define the policy, and leave it to the military to come to a best solution, and give a thumbs up or down.

Cedarford said...

Revenant said...
“It was 19 guys with box cutters and airplane tickets,” but the next time it could have been a “nuclear attack,” the 72-year-old Cheney said.

And this nuclear attack will magically be detected by snooping on Americans' email.

Because [classified].

=====================
Brainless libertarian Revenent will next point out that the US spent many tens of billions each decade on early warning radar and missile launch detection systems..

"Wasted", Revenent would say, "given no Soviet bomber or missile was ever used to attack America."

"And worse, those radars now monitor every movement of every Liberty-Lover in the air, especially US citizens...without a Democrat donor dressed in black robes as his payback ...ever issuing a search warrant!!"

Mumpsimus said...

Lileks says "...changes in Minnesota tax law mean that Amazon will be discontinuing the affliates program..."

That's sad.

Unknown said...

Power companies may hate this, but not half as much as I do.

Robert Cook said...

"What might be more interesting is to hear what the ramifications of the new line where Choom calls us US "persons", not citizens might be.

"What's a US person, and how does his/her rights differ from a US citizen?"


Anyone in the United States or where the US is sovereign, and, they don't. The constitution's protections do not apply only to US citizens but to all persons within US sovereignty. Look at the phrasing in the constitution: it typically refers to "persons" or "the people." (This is one reason the Bush administration decided to imprison suspected terrorists on Guantanamo: they hoped to or assumed they could avoid challenges to the constitutionality of their treatment of their prisoners on the basis the prison camp was not in the US. They were disabused of this notion by the Supreme Court decision to the contrary in Boumediene v. Bush. This does not mean, however, that many persons detained by US authorities do not have their constitutional rights violated.)

Robert Cook said...

There are places in the constitution where the term "citizens" is used rather than "persons" or "the people," so we can assume such designations were consciously made.

Clyde said...

Drones: Not just for terrorists any more?

As we learn from this article about Domino's Pizza's apps for digital ordering:

Digital ordering delivers growth for Domino's

Drone delivery being tested

Domino's is driving digital applications even further. In the future, the company may have drone helicopters replace pizza delivery drivers. This could even be a reality in the next several years, as soon as unmanned autonomous vehicles (UAVs) are approved for commercial operation.

It's a strange new world we're living in. Just remember, if a pizza delivery drone shows up at your doorstep, tip generously! You won't know if it's armed and you don't want to find out!