December 21, 2012

“As ObamaCare looms, Americans’ heathcare satisfaction slips”

Begging the question, then why the fuck did you vote for him?

Morons.

 

Posted by Jeff G. @ 11:30am
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Comments (151)

  1. Yes, well, local knowledge is extremely local, hence inadequate to universal projection. It’s kinda like attempting to use a toothpick as a lever to move a house.

  2. Because they’re not racists.

    QED

  3. What, you mean that Actions really do have Consequences? The hell you say!

  4. They were promised free stuff what’s free paid for by higher taxes on the greedy rich who if they would just share their ill gotten goods with the rest of us we wouldnt need free stuff what free because we’d already have ours just like they got theres which they stole from us otherwise why don’t we have it?

    Obamaphone!

  5. Be nice, they are learning, they’re just a little slow.

  6. Because, unlike the Koch brothers, George Soros isn’t a rich white guy .

    Or something.

  7. Obamaphone!

    I’ve been waiting for someone with Mad Audio & Video-Fu Skilz to update that classic Raffi song “Banana Phone” accordingly.

    Could be a Top 40 Hit in the Inner City.

  8. The fact that their satisfaction is slipping is proof of their racism.

  9. Liberals own the media, Hollywood, the academy, K-12, and the bureaucracy. So WTF wouldn’t low-information votors want the “coolest, smartest, wisest president EVER” [spit] to serve another 4 years? None of the problems we face are his fault, right? And he’s going to fix it all, right? And Republicans are EVIL(TM), right? Q.E.D.

    So, who’s the latest celeb to flash the papparazzi a look at her crotch while getting out of a limo?

  10. Well, it’s not like Romney tried too hard to turn them into hi-info voters.

    Because everyone knows how batshit crazy the teatards are when it comes to the good man who’s well intentioned policies just aren’t working for some reason.

    The media said so.

  11. Anne Hathaway, why?

  12. Since when is executing a search warrant a raid?

    Or did they really bring cameras along while they stormed the place, weapons ready?

    Like the AFT did the Branch Davidians.

  13. All indications are Thursday’s raid was not directly related to the Newtown massacre investigation, but, as Besthoff reported, it was related to several other crimes committed at the store, including the recent theft of an AR-15 and the attempted theft of a .50-caliber long gun, both by a man with mental illness, Besthoff reported.

    Police and ATF agents converged on the store and the plaza was later cordoned off by local cops, while the feds reportedly went through the store’s inventory.

    Is it possible to get any more irresponsible?

    I thought Katrina was about as bad as it could get, I see that wasn’t even close.

  14. From the article leigh linked:

    All indications are Thursday’s raid was not directly related to the Newtown massacre investigation, but, as Besthoff reported, it was related to several other crimes committed at the store, including the recent theft of an AR-15 and the attempted theft of a .50-caliber long gun, both by a man with mental illness, Besthoff reported.

    Police and ATF agents converged on the store and the plaza was later cordoned off by local cops, while the feds reportedly went through the store’s inventory.

    So. Your ATF tax dollars at work Mr and Mrs. taxpayer.

  15. fascism dept

    Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo (D-N.Y.) said Thursday that all options, including confiscation and “mandatory sales to the state,” would be on the table next month when the New York State Legislature debates new gun control measures. The comments were specifically aimed at what might happen should stricter rules be imposed on “assault” weapons and high-capacity magazines.

    link

  16. … because healthcare costs were rising at more than 10% per year before Obama ever took office.

  17. says who?

  18. This is just starting. O’care is coming hard for the physician owned facilities. The Endoscopy centers? Neurology Research Clinics? Nephrology Dialysis Clinics? The Spine & Joint Hospitals? The Heart Hospitals? St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital? The kind of places you pray you or your loved ones are in when they’re sick and need care.

    All of which the insurance companies love. Yes, they are more expensive up front. And the rooms can look like hotel suites. But the underlying cost bottoms out completely for the insurers. The post-op infection rate is almost nil. The in-patient stay post procedure is reduced by half. The response by patients is overwhelmingly positive. These places are professional and exceptionally efficient.

    Can’t have that. Obamacare to the rescue doom of us all.

  19. Under Ted Kennedy’s HMO system…

  20. because healthcare costs were rising at more than 10% per year before Obama ever took office.

    And Obamacare will “drive the costs down,” but even if it doesn’t, it does, and there’s no turning it back.

    win-win!

    Besides, the cost of attending college rose even faster than healthcare, so naturally OWS protested the lenders instead of those who were charging those obscene amounts.

    #reality-based

  21. Oh well, better dead than an icky tea bagger, right?
    But I’m betting that those 2x Obama-voting rubes will whine the loudest when they don’t get the quality healthcare they’re used to. They voted for Obama so they’re expecting some “bacon” in return!

  22. because healthcare costs were rising at more than 10% per year before Obama ever took office.

    See: Malpractice insurance premiums

    Several of my physician friends have retired early from practice because the premiums were killing them. All the young’uns, college age, I know who are interested in medicine are going to veterinary colleges instead.

  23. going to veterinary colleges

    there’s the free market health care

  24. slipperyslope says December 21, 2012 at 3:30 pm

    … because healthcare costs were rising at more than 10% per year before Obama ever took office.

    - Ah then, here comes slippery-shit, slithering back in to spread some holiday cognitive disonance and good cheer, and lower the collective IQ by 50 pointa.

    - Must run cover for the narrative you know. Except it wasn’t. Healthcare costs were increasing at about 2-3%/ annum, according to independent reports from the AMA, NIAm and NIH. Which interestingly enough is about the same rate of increasing free medical care each year for the 47% and illegal immigrents.

    (Shhhh…..don’t let that get out)

    - Health costs and other added indirect costs, such as scaled back work hours and layoffs add up to about a 24% cozt increase this yrear alone, and the plan hasn’t even brrm implemented yet. That doesn’t even include the Obamacare exchanges and personel to man them and the 17,000 added gov. workers, and those additional costsas well.

    - So, what it means is that to give free shit to the 47%, the rest of us will see everything double in the next few years. Thats what is going on, and that is what will happen, and everything else is pure BS.

  25. there’s the free market health care

    Shhhhhhhhhh, nr. You’re not supposed to tell, man.

    OT: Obazma goes on teevee to make a statement about the fiscal cliff, keeps everyone waiting for 35 minutes and then announces he has rolled Snake Eyes.

    Again.

  26. See: Malpractice insurance premiums

    Bam! liegh + 100

    Go find an ER doc, an OBGYN, a neonatal Pediatrician, a Trauma Surgeon, an Orthopedic Surgeon, a Radiologist, and a Anesthetist while you’re at it. Ask them what their MP insurance premiums run.

    Upwards of 30% of their friggin’ income in some cases.

    And now…Obamacare.

    Yeah…this is gonna end well.

  27. Why is it that health services that aren’t covered by insurance (lasik, plastic surgery) are getting better and costing less?

    Could high health care costs have anything to do with insurance that covers such a ridiculous amount of things that the insured doesn’t care about costs? Could they have anything to do with onerous regulations surrounding every act that require more time spent filling out paperwork than actually treating people (if you don’t believe me, ask a nurse)?

    In the absence of a competitive market, costs will always rise. Every new regulation causes costs to rise. Malpractice insurance costs rise when people are given ridiculous settlements.

    It isn’t difficult to see how costs could be reduced, as long as you aren’t a Statist who sees government control of everything as the solution.

  28. then why the fuck did you vote for him?

    Morons.

    There you go again, answering your own questions — almost like they were rhetorical or something.

  29. I am my company’s health care plan administrator, so I can say with confidence that our health insurance premiums have been increasing at 20% a year since Obamacare was passed and we only managed that by raising the deductibles.

    Forward!

  30. As someone on Medicare, I’ve already seen significant improvement in my options for PDP’s (prescription drug providers) Initially I was enrolled in a program that was basically ripping off the disabled, as well as the federal government, and pocketing those profits. (a company owned by Republicans, by the way) They are no longer among the list of choices for PDP on the Medicare site.

    Now I no longer have co-pays, my monthly payment is reduced by half. Also the state offers me an option for picking up the cost of the $100 a month that was automatically taken out of my check.

    God damn I love the government dole, or to those of you aren’t owned and operated by corporations, slaves to their billionaire owners, that’s the money that I paid in throughout my life, coming back to me.

    Plus I’ve got 29 million in offshore accounts, un-taxable and untouchable, so it’s a steak, lobster and Château Rothschilds every night for me for the rest of my life, off the backs of all you Tea Party “job creators” AKA treasonous swine. I admit I have your Republican overlords to thank for that. Now anybody with the know-how can offshore their assets, and get all the “FREE” benefits that America has to offer, at the same time.

    I’m sparking a Cuban cigar and tipping a drama of Aberlour A’bunadh to all of you right now. Thanks so much, I love America

    PS Don’t bother turning me in, it’s already been tried, investigations by the IRS and others came to naught. My lawyers tell me that thanks to the removal of government regulation and legal sanction, I and my assets are now totally invulnerable.

    Cheers :)

  31. aaronbbrown kook

  32. What is that famous quote? shit, umm….oh yeah, “You fucked up, you trusted us!”

  33. Don’t feed the trolls.

  34. What brought out the dumbasses, and why do they think we’re stupid, too?

  35. Lamont,

    Y0u missed Sugar Tits (the girl formerly known as liberal Lisa) earlier this week ya big dummy. Amazingly she has seen the world (and the light) and has come to realize we weren’t crazy afterall.

    I did have to report that you’d been a bit scarce here lately, Mister;)

  36. If I had 29 million, I’d have a private doctor.

    Also, I don’t really see myself spending any part of my day filling out forms for a government entitlement.

    Still, thieves will forever be with us, and a dead thief is not mourned.

  37. - Oh sure….Have your way with us, and then its off to Wikiki…..

    “With no deal, Obama heads to Hawaii

    ….Hey, where’s my phone?

  38. Workin’ Blake. Getting my ass back to Texas come February. So yeah, been off the grid. But unlike Mr. Brown, I don’t have $29 mil in the Caymans or where ever. I also don’t smoke $1,000 dollars worth meth every day and play with my own feces as he apparently he does.

    Granted he has delusions of grandeur, eats oysters and lobster, and has a drama of…what was it?…Oh yes, a Aberlour A’bunadh.

    “As someone on Medicare”, I think what the nurses in the “home” you currently reside in call that particular drama “tapioca pudding”.

    But hey Mr. Medicare/ I hate Conservatives…let’s all us play pretend. Let’s say you do have just shy of $30mil of shore. You are this super sprawling, laughing fat cat.

    You just ponied up on the internet and made it public. A fucking monkey could trace your IP. So…when the Mexican drug cartels come for your money, your family, and your ass…I’ll find it funny that you bragged about yourself here first.

    We’ll see if your lawyers and connections can get you and yours out of that jam.

    Tell us Mr. Brown. Are you invincible?

    Or just stupid?

  39. There is quite a whiff of bullshit to that post of AAB’s up there.

  40. Heck, I thought it was straight up satire (and well done satire at that), for the purposes of heightening the contradictions — y’know, a government instituted for the purpose of establishing justice being turned around to dish injustice out everywhere it can reach. Which, as far as reach goes is into every nook and cranny one can imagine.

  41. I thought it was straight up satire

    go read his tweets and get back to us

  42. Tell us Mr. Brown. Are you invincible?

    Or just stupid?

    Just another Obama loving fabulist troll who get called a Soviet commissar at TNR.

  43. @AaronBBrown

    Blogger Free Press International (BFPI) Like the sign says Free Press for everyone in every country, only condition being that I take a liking to you :)

    On the Internet, nobody knows you’re a dog.

  44. That’s impressive that so many commentors at TNR thing he’s a tool.

    I can tell you if I had millions of dollars, one of the last places I’d want to live is St. Louis, MO.

  45. Notice that I put my real name and real face behind my words, so why can’t any of you? Gutless corporate owned cowards perhaps? That is the typical republican pseudo-conservative online profile today. Get back to me when you can stand up like men, and speak your mind without fear of reprisal. Living a life of fear, every minute of every day, that’s what it is to be a slave.

  46. @ABB

    cool story, bro

  47. Notice that I put my real name and real face behind my words, so why can’t any of you?

    you need a good swatting. men with firearms raiding your domicile will do wonders to your proggtardism. kook

  48. I mean, I don’t get it.

    If accumulating wealth and hiding it overseas is the morally unconscionable behavior of conservative supporters and politicians that the Obama administration is going to put a stop to by closing loopholes opened by conservative deregulation, is … Aaron basically chiding us for not being as big an immoral scumbag as he is?

    I’m not following the thread here.

  49. Living a life of fear, every minute of every day, that’s what it is to be a slave.

    no fear: you sexist, bigoted, homophobe, islamophobe ,lgbtphobe, codefink kook

  50. I’m not following the thread here.

    kooks are kooks.idiots with credentialed idiocy.

  51. As someone on Medicare

    the 1% stealing from the 99%. #occupykook

  52. Well I just emailed Lee Leffingwell my supposedly conservative business friendly centrist Democrat mayor that his name being on New York Mayor Bloomberg’s ‘Mayors Against “Illegal” Guns’ website means that I as a Texan cannot and will not vote for him for mayor in the next election.

    Fat lotta good that’ll do me.

    It really sucks living in a liberal mecha some times.

  53. I spelled it like that so Muslims won’t knife me for blasphemy.

  54. I don’t know how to post links here. without pasting the entire url. somebody give me a hint.

    just read an article on the mental health care nightmare in Ontario. Apparently if you are a severely handicapped mentally ill (and violent) teenager, the hospital gives you a list of homeless shelters and discharges you. Because Canada’s healthcare system is awesome and we should do it just like them.

  55. “AaronBBrown says December 21, 2012 at 7:25 pm
    Notice that I put my real name and real face behind my words, so why can’t any of you? Gutless corporate owned cowards perhaps? That is the typical republican pseudo-conservative online profile today. Get back to me when you can stand up like men, and speak your mind without fear of reprisal. Living a life of fear, every minute of every day, that’s what it is to be a slave.”

    I just get tired of all the porn links, Nigerian scammer, and penis medicine e-mails.

    “Living a life of fear, every minute of every day, that’s what it is to be a slave”

    Is that just a dumb melodramatic trope like a typical middle schooler would think of?

  56. TEST

  57. ABB calls us all “gutless cowards” from an unknown address in his mom’s basement.

    Intentional or unintententional irony?

    Personally, I’m going with stupidity, but, then again, that’s my default position with all progressive liberals.

  58. TEST2

  59. Nope, neither of my ideas worked.

  60. . somebody give me a hint.

    !!link!

    take out !

  61. *note the extra syllable in “unintentional” intentionally done for emphasis.

  62. I happen to know that Jeff Goldstein’s real name is Mitchy O’Wiggens McFussypuckins. I have betrayed you Mitchy. Now I am the whore and you are Dillenger.

  63. missfixit, try looking up html formatting tips.

    link text

    Test

  64. I am using my real name. I’m like Cher or Madonna or Prince that way.

  65. Crap. My testing of the what the link looks like was a fail.

    Thanks, nr for doing it right.

  66. aarronbbrown needs a swat team to attack his domicile now! fu cocksuckers

  67. Mentally ill teen falls through the gaps

    ok i got it. thanks! in the article, I particularly like the discussion of Ontario’s healthcare system, and note specifically:
    “Psychiatrists are at a premium in Hamilton,” said Alex Thomson, executive director of Lynwood Charlton Centre, which has been without a consulting psychiatrist for more than a year. “There are not enough.”

  68. Notice that I put my real name and real face behind my words,

    the swat team can find you faster kook

  69. I don’t know how to post links here. without pasting the entire url. somebody give me a hint.

    If you’re using Firefox, get this. If not, either type this out, or just paste the url. It’ll work.

  70. I’d like you better if you were Alton Brown. Since you’re not, feel free to piss off, Braveheart.

  71. see kook we be using your shit against you

  72. XXa href=”the url you want to link to”YY text you want to behave as a link XX/aYY

    Replace each XX with a ‘less than’ sign

  73. thanks Pablo i have firefox so i’ll try that add on

  74. there are no words to describe this tragedy

    oh would it fucking were

  75. Dillenger -> Dillinger

  76. Notice that I put my real name and real face behind my words, so why can’t any of you?

    What face? All I see is a blank Gravatar.

  77. http://www.mediabistro.com/tvnewser/files/2011/03/aaron_brown.jpg

    He’s not afraid to show his face or use his real name!

  78. “Gutless corporate owned cowards perhaps? ”

    Actually I own the corporation. How about them apples?

    O/T: Some kids need more protectin’ against guns than others, it seems.

  79. when I see cnn propaganda slut Aaron Brown the word sniveling insists upon itself as the adjective which applies

  80. Say, what a hypocrite. Over on the post at TNR that geoff linked, he was bitching about what cheap bastards the corporate overlords at CNN are.

    They must of fired him or don’t use him anymore and he’s stuck in tertiary market phase in St. Louis. He probably doesn’t even get the whacky weather guy spot since that takes MATH at Meterology school.

  81. This guy used to work for Ted Turner’s Ministry of TRVTH and is berating others for being “corporate owned”?

    Well okay then!

  82. no aarronbbrown has a hair on his lip and the stupid on the brain

    link

  83. hey arrogant brown who gives a eff about what you “THINK”

  84. He’s such a sooperjeenyus he can’t even tell Gravatar what picture to use.

    For that matter I guess he can’t tell Twitter what picture to use, because nobody with a brain would tell it to use that one.

  85. Be nice, McGehee. That’s the best one he could find.

  86. “I can tell you if I had millions of dollars, one of the last places I’d want to live is St. Louis, MO.”

    Oh, yeah. I don’t even like going through the airport there.

  87. St Louis has a Sansai that’s one of the first places I’m a go when I get back to los angeles

  88. - frrts, find a warm place and thaw out.

  89. leigh, I think you’d be surprised at some of the old money in St. Louis.

  90. It’s not that bad here, just another French Catholic Mississippi river town.

  91. - You can tell its old money because none of their Benjamins have a security strip.

  92. I know there’s old money there, charles. Parts of it are quite nice. Most of it? Not so much.

  93. Happy, I see three Sansais in LA. All in the ‘burbs.

  94. Leigh, my own best defense against being called two-faced is … obvious.

  95. soon I be in a big farmhouse floating in a sea of white with a roaring fire and baby wazzles and scotch and moo cows to feed and I get me a new seed cap and everything is puddlewonderful

  96. yes two of them are near me in noho… The one in Sherman Oaks is nice with nice plate presentation the other one is by the burbank airport and is very ghetto

    I go to both but I prefer the Sherman one

  97. Mc, Gehee, you look ruggedly handsome in your cowboy hat and you know it, mister.

  98. - Leigh, have you been doing the christmas cheer thing?

  99. Nope. I saw you trying to offer missfixit the use of your tools yesterday, smiley.

    *miffed*

  100. Sorry, charles. Didn’t mean to dis your town. My experience is mostly coming into Lambert then trying to make it out of ESL alive.

  101. Comparing the City of St. Louis to the St. Louis metropolitan area is kind of like throwing out the number of gun homicides in the US every year and implying that it’s that dangerous for ever soccer mom picking her kids up from school. It isn’t, unless said soccer moms are into selling crack on street corners between trips. Most murders in the US are over the distribution and selling of illicit drugs.

    The City of St. Louis is statistically one of the most dangerous and violent cities in the US, but it is less than 1/10 of population of the St. Louis metro area and frankly, I almost never see it. I know where it is and could find trouble if that’s what I wanted to do, but I don’t. After we lived here a few years my wife noted that she watches the evening news and it’s always starts with really bad things happening in St. Louis, but she never, ever sees anything like what they talk about every night. One summer evening after dinner I took here for a drive to where the trouble is just as it started to get dark. Needless to say she wanted to get out of there fast, as did I. I live 15 miles from there but might as well be on another planet. FWIW, the center of the population of the St. Louis SMSA is now about 20 miles west of the downtown area of the City of St. Louis. Also FWIW, there is no person alive who has been elected as a Republican to any office in the City of St. Louis. The last one elected back in the 1960′s passed away last year, IIRC. Make of that what you will.

  102. - Ummmmm…..ummmmm….wait…..I’m sure I can explain….ummmm…..Oh…..”I only have tools for you”….yes…..that’s it. *innocent smile*

  103. Let me guess… he fixes the cable?

  104. Heh. That’s better, BBH. Happy birthday!

  105. Also OT: notice how rich white guys who practice tax avoidance are suddenly good enough to be SoS?

  106. A rich white guy whose biggest decision in his life was to decide that John Edwards should be his vice president. Awesome. Makes Obama’s choice of Biden look good.

  107. charles, that sounds a lot like Tulsa. You don’t want to be on the north side even in the daylight.

  108. Maybe the difference is that this rich white guy didn’t demean himself by engaging in…sniff…trade, but got his money the old-fashioned way (i.e., marrying it)?

  109. - Thanx sweets. Obviouslt we had a nice none-doomsday day.

  110. WSJ has a good editorial about Obama, Kerry and Hegel/Hagel (sp?) being a triumverate of doves.

    We’re doomed. Hagel is to the left of Kerry.

  111. Hagel is viciously anti-gay and a rabid anti-semite

    He’s unconfirmable

  112. = Kerry’s not Left, he’s a cheap opportunist with an overblown idea of his own cleverness, and he’s married to a commie corporate diaper wife. If theres one knucklehead that epitomizes the giant paper fantasyland of the whole Progressive movement clown car, its Lurch.

  113. He apologized to Jim Hormel (who is still huffy) and the rest of the administration is anti-Semitic as all get out. Plus he’s a republican which gives them cover.

    Dude is a shoe-in.

  114. Since when do those things matter if you have a D after your name?

  115. Oops, an R being appointed by a D.

  116. Notice that I put my real name and real face behind my words, so why can’t any of you? Gutless corporate owned cowards perhaps? That is the typical republican pseudo-conservative online profile today. Get back to me when you can stand up like men, and speak your mind without fear of reprisal. Living a life of fear, every minute of every day, that’s what it is to be a slave.

    BA haa haa haa haa … must … breath …

    BTW, you can find my blog, and then my name pretty easily. Go for it big boi.

    *cashes corporate check, and feeds oppressed minorities locked in basement.

    Man, he’s got us figured out doesn’t he?

  117. Hagel’s appointment gives Obazma a talking point about how he’s so broadminded that look, he appointed an R to SoD.

    He’s reaching across the aisle and all that happy crap. Which is a lie, but there ya go.

  118. I think Aaron Brown has one of those personality disorders we often hear about.

    Or … could it be … thorazine?

  119. We use Haldol now. But close enough.

  120. - Lurch is the same in everyday life as he is as a pol, a total dickwad. Have friends I Left behind when I moved from Nashua that tell me he still shows up at the local WalMart and tries to cut in line and people call him a jerk to his face.

  121. he sounds like the consummate really

  122. consummate *senator* stupid tablet is stupid

  123. All I was getting at was that he threw up this story of being a wealthy guy on Medicare. The name tracks to a twenties [flicker]-thirties [twitter] something guy working, possibly, for a French named firm doing photography, commenting at TNR who has a real dislike/hatred of Justice Thomas. Either the story is a lie, or the name is a lie, or both are lies. So anyway it is he’s lying about something and for some weird reason decided to do it here.

    There

  124. The Teresa and John Heinz-Kerry have an intimate dinner with their former BFFs. Flip-flop-flip. Like his soon to be boss, everything “Kerry” has a “to be disclosed later” expiration date included.

  125. - After hes dead writers will be able to view his diahonarable discharge DDS-180 through the freedom of information act.

  126. - Jimmah could pardon him, but its a felony to alter your DDS-180.

  127. He sure sounds a lot like lillehammer.

    He’s not, however, lying about his nocturnal sidewalk surfing, and he’s got the video to prove it.

    Here: “(May 10, 2012) Longboard nighttime downhill, Villa Dorado RAW P1090794.MOV”

  128. Makes Obama’s choice of Biden look good.

    President Biden would be a huge upgrade…in relative terms.

  129. Even if only for the non-stop supply of new “bad lip reading” videos. (They work particularly well on Biden, ’cause you can easily imagine him spouting such gibberish.)

  130. Wait — those aren’t his actual words?

    So are his words less coherent than that? ‘Cause you know the alternative is…

  131. …sorry. Inigo Montoya chose that moment to turn up unannounced. Where was I?


  132. leigh says December 21, 2012 at 9:58 pm

    We use Haldol now. But close enough.

    I thought Aaron sounded a bit like our old friend Thor.

  133. Well, unlike Obama, I do not have the next week off. Time to go to work.

  134. sounded a bit like our old friend Thor

    Gotcha. I was thinking mental illness and delusions of grandeur and not about other liars.

  135. Gotcha. I was thinking mental illness and delusions of grandeur and not about other liars.

    No. When it comes to thor you were right the first time. Okay, and the second time too.

  136. The fact that they keep coming back to troll says a lot more about them than it does about us. They aren’t self-aware enough to realize that.

  137. Notice that I put my real name and real face behind my words, so why can’t any of you? Gutless corporate owned cowards perhaps? That is the typical republican pseudo-conservative online profile today. Get back to me when you can stand up like men, and speak your mind without fear of reprisal. Living a life of fear, every minute of every day, that’s what it is to be a slave.

    Ironic on so many levels I wouldn’t no where to begin.

    Yours, the guys whose name and face are all over this blog.

  138. Heh. The closest. that trailer-park moron has come to a Cuban cigar is a blunt filled with cheap Mexican ‘brown frown’ ditch weed smuggled across the Pecos river in a leaky knapsack carried by Juarez Castranada.

  139. For such a high profile (according to him) deadbeat, he seems to be awfully public about flaunting the law. Aren’t Cuban cigars still illegal to import? And dude, a ‘drama’ of that Scotch whiskey?

    Someone has been hitting the spray paint again.

  140. Latest troll bleated:

    Notice that I put my real name and real face behind my words, so why can’t any of you?

    Oh? That blank look is your real face?

  141. I do not believe I should explain the concept of “handles” and how it’s usually not an attempt to hide oneself online.

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  143. mr brown can moo

    can you?

  144. Yeah, Aaron sounds like hammerboi, only without the misogyny that allowed me to file a VAWA hostile environment complaint to start prying meatspace location info out of his ISPs. Hopefully he won’t give me an excuse to start again.

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