November 17, 2013

Please, someone do an intervention on HuffPo’s Matthew Lynch [Darleen Click]

If this isn’t parody, Lynch is in serious need of a 5150.

A lot has happened since then. I am loyal to the Democratic Party and to my president, but I am not blind, deaf or dumb. I recognize that Obama has made more than one controversial decision and rocked the boat a time or two during his presidency. Sure, he has committed his share of blunders and tripped over his own words from time to time. But, there isn’t a president in American history who didn’t flub up big time at some point during his administration. While I acknowledge he has made a number of mistakes in recent years, I stand firm in my conviction that Barack Obama is one of the greatest presidents America has ever seen. I believe history will prove this, and with time, he will be remembered in the annals of history as a revered revolutionary.

Lynch goes on to list 12 reason why he believes The Liar-in-Chief is the Bestest Prezident EVAH! Each one more risible than the next to the point where you stop laughing and become disturbed by the toxic fantasy.

3. He is for one race -the human race. In just a few short years, Obama’s professional achievements and continued demonstration of equality and integrity have done wonders for race relations. America has never been more unified as a people than it has been under the direct leadership of Barack Obama. Finally, the racial lines that have divided blacks and whites for decades seem to be narrowing.

Obama has been the most racially divisive President in modern memory. From the “beer summit” to “If I had a son, he’d look like Trayvon.” Obama has done more to stir up racial animosity then when Democrat George Wallace ran for President.

7. He is for doing away with pomp and circumstance. Let’s be real -Obama is one cool cat. As the 44th president of the United States, he has changed the face of the Oval Office forever.

Why, yes … if nothing else, Obama is cool!

obama bike

10. He is for peace. Let us never forget that Barack Obama was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2009 -one of the greatest accomplishments any man or woman could hope to achieve in a lifetime.

Note how Lynch talks about what Obama “says” he is “for”. Statements, not accomplishments are Lynch’s criteria of “greatness”, for just this particular President. Even the Nobel Peace Prize — to Lynch it was the awarding of it that was great, not anything that Obama actually did to receive it.

12. He is for entertaining the masses. If we have to listen to a president yakitty-yak about this or that for another four years, we might as well pick one with charisma and charm.

Good freakin’ lord. Dear Matthew, please tell us …

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  1. that’s good as far as it goes but what about all the food stamps?

    that’s his mostest biggest accomplishment (so far)

  2. He is for entertaining the masses.

    So, he’s not aware that the concept of “bread and circuses” is not a good thing.

  3. I can’t even listen to Jughead when he’s speaking. It’s not that I don’t have every intention of doing so, on the off chance that he may have something important to say. He opens his mouth and all I hear is Charlie Brown’s teacher, “waa wa waa wa. wa, waa wa waa.”

    Is this intentional? I keep reading that he’s so fucking smart. He’s wicked smaht, man! It must be me.

    Tell me it’s not me.

  4. Leigh,

    It is not you.

  5. That’s a relief, Darleen. I thought maybe it was code or something and then I realized the man has nothing to say and it’s always about himself, somehow.

  6. He went from Bromance to full unabashed hard on.

    Tingles Matthews might get jealous.

  7. Barack Obama was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2009 — one of the greatest accomplishments any man or woman could hope to achieve in a lifetime.

    Ummm. No. The best it could be is a recognition of one of the greatest accomplishments any man or woman could hope to achieve in a lifetime.

    Unfortunately, the committee awarding the prize has decided that merely by awarding it they can turn a person into a Great Peacemaker™. Which is a variant of a recognized leftist delusion: that the Wizard of Oz actually did bestow a brain on the Scarecrow by merely giving him a diploma, and turned the Cowardly Lion into a hero by giving him a medal.

  8. Geez, McGehee. It’s like you expect the Wan to show some merit or something.

    Racist.

  9. When I was in 8th grade I tried to get the board of education to award me the county spelling champion trophy without requiring me to actually compete, but they were peculiarly uncooperative. So I competed and won the damn thing.

    Showed them.

  10. I can’t even listen to Jughead when he’s speaking. It’s not that I don’t have every intention of doing so, on the off chance that he may have something important to say. He opens his mouth and all I hear is Charlie Brown’s teacher, “waa wa waa wa. wa, waa wa waa.”

    I’m that way with any elected official, regardless of party.

    As the advice goes, don’t listen to speeches, read them.

  11. Barack won the Cracker-Jack Nobel Peace Prize in 2009, and let’s not forget who won it in 2007…

    http://imgur.com/Bo0KAUZ

    Mr. Nobel must be setting RPM records up in Stockholm…

  12. Read the comments over huffpoop.

    Those people would lick the jackboot that just kicked them in the face.

  13. Lynch logic: If the Big O would just drone a couple dozen southern white guys, he could combine his love of peace and dedication to racial healing.

    Who says government can’t be efficient.

  14. Matthew Lynch (D)elusional. Unless he thought he was submitting to The Onion, and made a hilarious keystake.

  15. The sky is probably quite black in William White’s world.

  16. Wow, that’s….kinda deranged. Like he’s trying really hard to convince himself more than his readers. Must be battling some serious cognitive dissonance/paradigm shift there.

    It’s all fisk-worthy, but “He is for doing away with pomp and circumstance” – whaaaaaat?

    Recent presidents have given speeches in response to a current event (war, natural disaster) from the Oval Office while Obama prefers them in that hallway so that he has all of those columns behind him (really fond of columns, eh?). He also loves to have a gazillion flags behind him when speaking from a stage. This is the guy who made up spiffy “Office of the President Elect” seals and has integrated his Obama logo and color scheme into presidential materials and the WH website.

  17. Vincent Grey always looks like a shady pimp to me.

  18. Thanks, Bob.

  19. Leigh, basically, you’re saying the President says nothing while talking about himself.

    Libby, looks to me like Lynch put together an oped that could easily have been summed up by simply saying: “President Obama, you’re so dreamy……(swoon)”

  20. He is for doing away with pomp and circumstance.

    And replacing it with wild parties featuring Beyoncé and Jay-Z.

    Entropy, my friends. Always watch for the entropy.

  21. “Mr. Nobel must be setting RPM records up in Stockholm…”

    The Peace Prize is awarded by Norway from Olslo. It’s not like the Swedish prizes for mostly real stuff (possibly excepting the prizes for literature and economic sciences).

  22. No, what I meant is that he is spinning in his grave… which IS in Stockholm.

  23. Did you know the Obama-s are friends of Jay-Z ?

  24. The economics prize isn’t a real Nobel Prize.

  25. The Nobel prize hasn’t been a real Nobel prize since the Goricle.

  26. Come , now guys. Yassir Arafat got one before Algore.

  27. One of the people who lost the Nobel to Al Gore was a woman who smuggled Jewish babies out of Nazi Germany, but we all know how important propaganda disguised as a documentary is, so tough luck for her.

    The Nobel Peace Prize is an effing joke.

  28. Richard Feynman won a Nobel for Physics. I think that one was well-chosen.

  29. aaron klein is interviewing diane west tonite

  30. Was the piece supposed to read as if it was written for the benefit of someone with a fourth grade level of reading comprehension? Or, dare I say, that it is the author’s best effort?

  31. Lord knows, Alex. You should read the comments on HuffPo. The devotees are in full throat.

  32. Let’s be real! Obama is one cool cat!

  33. i think what he means is Obama’s a real pussy

  34. baracky golfed and watched basketball today. so take that h8trs

  35. that it is the author’s best effort?

    product of big edu. so laugh @ the thought of knowledgeable

  36. I’m just not understanding why he doesn’t say what he’s quite obviously thinking – Obama’s one of our greatest Presidents because he’s black.

    Quite frankly, it’s one of the best reasons remaining to support him in view of his performance over the last five years.

    Obama is one cool cat!

    I never got this, but to the extent that it is comprehensible it is a function of his air of effortlessness. I doubt this sort of “cool cat” is what those in fear of losing their healthcare plans are in search of at the moment.

  37. baracky is the detroit of prezidents

  38. Lefties are big on being cool. I was listening to FNS today and several panel members were opining on how cool Kennedy was.

  39. baracky is the detroit of prezidents

    Detroit was useful at a point within living memory.

  40. Kennedy was a womanizing drug addict.

    Cool.

  41. Clinton was a playa.

    Some role models they have, huh?

  42. JFK was a drug addict? I didn’t know that…

  43. Supposedly Kennedy was being injected with meth all through the Cuban Missile Crisis.

    Now there’s a comforting thought.

  44. - He was addicted to pain meds because of his chronic back problems. He could barely sit upright for a BJ.

  45. He also had Addison’s Disease. He may have been on some kind of primitive steroids for that.

  46. OT: “Pelosi denies party members retreating from Obamacare”.

    http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/11/17/us-usa-healthcare-idUSBRE9AE0RY20131117

    In other news, there are no American troops at the Baghdad airport.

  47. - Oh yess, we want Pil-nazi to “stand tall” right to the end when the whole house of Marxist cards collapses on her and her fellow travelers like the wicked witch she is.

  48. One of the weirdest back stories about WW2 was that because John F couldn’t keep his pants zipped (he was stationed at the Navy Yard in DC, and sleeping with a married woman identified by J. Edgar Hoover as a German spy), his father (the then-Ambassador to the UK, which was deeply involved in the War, even though the US was not yet) wangled a ship command for him, and he ended up aboard PT109. The actions after getting his boat run down in the middle of the night (without firing a shot, mind) got him the reputation of a hero, and he used that to maneuver himself into Congress (’47-’53), then into the Senate (’53-’61), and on to the White House (35th POTUS, 1961-1963).

    And all because he couldn’t resist a honey trap.

  49. Funny, Britain’s King Edward VIII-to-be was also cavorting with a woman thought to be a Nazi spy…

  50. …obviously before JFK did, and before the war…

  51. “He could barely sit upright for a BJ.”

    could do it for a head shot

  52. He was actually wearing the back brace, so he couldn’t have crouched down on that Dallas afternoon, even had he wanted to… Secret Service left the bulletproof bubble-top off the car, too. Gee, I wonder why?

  53. They left the top off because JFK insisted that they do so whenever the weather was good.

    Also, the top wasn’t bullet-proof.

  54. This oft-repeated meme sickens me…

    “Republicans need to understand that their political problems are neither tactical nor transitory,” said Rep. Tom Cole (R-Okla.). “They are structural and demographic. The hard truth is the GOP coalition constitutes a shrinking portion of the electorate. To change that daunting reality, Republicans must appeal to groups that are currently outside their ranks or risk becoming a permanent minority.”

    Why is it that, to keep our Republic strong and not transitory; economically sound and not teetering on the brink of collapse; our citizens free to behave as humans should if given enough space (“endowed by our Creator with certain inalienable rights”) we must prostrate ourselves to disparate groups of weak-minded, easily manipulated (‘Community Organized’) humans who for whatever reason miss the reasons we’ve had a free Republic?

    I’m not saying humans are racially prone to differences in political persuasions. But I am saying that the knowledge and ideas proffered by (what used to be) solid GOP leadership seem to be missing in the ‘groups’ we must now attract to keep this Republic open and free.

    Why is it so difficult for the GOP to attract sufficient numbers of thinking people from any ‘group’ anymore? Why do humans have to keep proving to each other by example, over and over again, that Socialism is a dead-end, and leads humans at worst to their suffering and death, at best to their caging, or to otherwise degraded outcomes?

    Seems that for the most part, this Republic, that we’ve had in place for well over 200 years, has given humans the best opportunity of outcome of any political system on the planet (given our population count: you can’t compare the US to, say, Switzerland; that dog won’t scale).

    The GOP offers(ed) the opportunities. Democrats, the new far-Left version, offer the People’s Republic of China: top-down control of every person, with few freedoms to live outside the controlling framework managed by the State. What’s the shame of it is that members of the ‘groups’ we now must attract all seem to be OK with that.

  55. serr8d

    Jews are a very small minority of the population … shouldn’t they just make their religion more appealing to non-Jews to get more members?

  56. I am loyal to the Democratic Party and to my president, but I am not blind, deaf or dumb.

    Those two claims are mutually exclusive.

  57. Oh, wait a sec… By “dumb” does he mean “incapable of speech?”

  58. …’cuz if there’s one thing that Democrats CANNOT do, it’s shut up.

  59. I’ve read that article twice and I still cannot tell if the author is serious, or if he’s trying to one up Frank Fleming’s “Obama Is the Greatest President In the History of Everything”. As a parody, it’s a masterstroke. As a serious piece, it’s a sign of brain trauma. And dear god, the comments made me wish that I had the ability to draw down a world killing asteroid.

  60. That article reminde me of this:

    http://www.realultimatepower.net/ninja/ninja2.htm

  61. The scariest part about Matthew is this:

    I am an award winning writer, activist, and the Chairman of the Department of Elementary & Special Education and an Associate Professor of Education at Langston University. I spent seven years as a K-12 teacher – an experience that gave me an intimate view of the challenges facing genuine education reform. Before assuming my position at Langston, I spent three years as an Assistant Professor of Education and Director of Secondary and Social Studies Programs at Widener University. With that experience behind me, I’ve focused the second stage of my career on researching topics related to education reform, the achievement gap, and teacher education.

  62. OT, but SCIENCE! gives atheists a knife-inna-gut twist.

    Uh huh. And this agnostic recovering physicist smiles avuncularly and links to this.

    As for Tom Cole’s assertion that “To change that daunting reality, Republicans must appeal to groups that are currently outside their ranks or risk becoming a permanent minority.”

    I actually agree with him in this, though I suspect our approaches would differ. I believe that our appeal should be through teaching what classical liberalism is all about. It should appeal to their self-respect, their love of their communities, and their ability to achieve great things without needing a lot of federal red tape.

    Maybe Cole should concentrate on selling liberty, self-reliance, and the virtues of hard work and private charity, instead of some watered-down Dem-lite version of money for nothing. It’d be nice if somebody tried that message for a change.

    As for Lynch, well, he’s just certifiable. A living example for us all of what happens when the cognitive dissonance becomes too much to bear.

  63. race relations?

    Early on in 2008, when it seemed likely a Democrat would be the next president, I know little about the guy and I assumed he would be no worse that Hillary. Then he called his Grandmother “a typical white person”. I believe I shouted aloud that there is no f-ing way that guy should be allowed to be president.

  64. “His word is his bond — junk bonds” — Michael Milken

  65. Spread: -13.9

  66. Why is it so difficult for the GOP to attract sufficient numbers of thinking people from any ‘group’ anymore?

    Because America has been free and prosperous for so long that we’ve lost our natural instincts. A third-generation zoo critter cannot identify a predator from a hole in the wall. It’s only purpose in life is to loll around and wait for feeding time.

    Them zoo critters are protected from all danger, have free healthcare, free food, and not a thing to worry about. Their brains have turned to mush.

    So anyone trying to teach a zoo critter how to avoid predators or hunt is going to get no enthusiasm or interest from the critter. Why should it rouse itself to action when everything is FINE?

  67. It’s only purpose => Its only purpose.

  68. Damned apostrophes. I have errant punctuation sullying my posts, as well.

  69. Next time I am at the zoo, I am going to go pet a tiger to cheer him up ;)

  70. Cheating students more likely to want government jobs. La Times, Via Drudge. It would be funny if it weren’t so depressing and unsurprising.

  71. Next time I am at the zoo, I am going to go pet a tiger to cheer him up ;)

    If he’s just eaten, you might get away with both arms intact.

  72. The study on cheating students was done on students in Bangalore.

    Make of that what you will.

  73. I guess my understanding of the word “mush” might be a little different than yours then ;)

  74. “exactly what does this tool know about healthcare, and why is he trying to fix it with a hammer and sickle?

    As we see, language is their hammer. Which is fine in certain circumstances. But the virtue and the danger of language lies in its very abstractness. Hartshorne sheds some light on this issue, noting that we must not permit language to eliminate the real distinction “between actual and possible, or concrete and abstract,” respectively.

    In order for language to “work,” it must embody universals, without which it is unintelligible. But if we take this to the extreme and attempt to explain all particulars as mere instances of the universal/abstract, it also fails. Consider the violence done to reality — for example, concrete human beings — by the abstractions of the ACA. Its ruthless application of universality results in injuries to the particulars it presumes to help.

    Hartshorne locates the key to this dilemma in the temporal structure of experience. Think about the basic contrast revealed in experience, “between the actualized happenings of the past” vs. “the possible or probable but not actual happenings of the future.” In short, “particulars are all past.” I mean, right? The past is what it is, and cannot be changed. Conversely, “there are no future particulars.” For which reason, “to think of the future is to think in more or less general terms.”

    No one can predict the future, except in regard to extremely simple and linear systems that are easily abstracted and modeled.

    Therefore, “there is no such thing as a fully particularized plan, purpose, or potentiality. Always much is left for the future to further define or determine.” Thus, “futurity and generality are two aspects of the same basic mode of reality” (ibid.).

    To bring this back to the concrete — to liberalism in general and to Obamacare in particular — in the insane effort to particularize the future, it is generating chaos in the present.

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  76. Why Obamacare is a Fantastic Success:

    #5) Obamacare is intended to make the IRS all-powerful.

  77. This tsunami of blowback, which built in just the last month, is unsustainable for Democrats over the long haul. The president isn’t just losing his skeptics from the chaotic Obamacare rollout but his allies who stood to gain from the law’s benefits — namely Hispanics, whose approval of the president has dropped more than any demographic subgroup since the problems began. The simplest solution — if only to stop the bleeding — is to get the website fixed. (When former DNC Chairman Howard Dean’s proposal is to hire tens of thousands of young phone operators to sign people up for insurance — straight out of a Jerry Lewis telethon — as he suggested on “Morning Joe,” it’s clear the website problems are really bad.).
    link

  78. “Republicans need to understand that their political problems are neither tactical nor transitory,” said Rep. Tom Cole (R-Okla.). “They are structural and demographic. The hard truth is the GOP coalition constitutes a shrinking portion of the electorate.

    Another member of the “Winning through more focused pandering!” wing is heard from. Sorry, Tommy, but a political party should be based on principles and ideas, not which ethnic group we can convince to vote for them.

    If the only way to win is to throw our principles overboard in order to get Latinos and handout-seeking Millennial slackers voting for us, then I submit that we as a country have gone way past the tipping point and are screwed anyways, so really, what difference does it make?

    We keep hearing this “We Must Change!”message over and over and over from Establicans, none of whom can be bothered to acknowledge reports like this that indicate that Americans are more conservative than they have been in decades.

    To change that daunting reality, Republicans must appeal to groups that are currently outside their ranks or risk becoming a permanent minority.”

    Oh, you mean conservatives? Because that seems to be the only group that Republicans have demonstrated to have absolutely no interest in attracting. Just the opposite, in fact… they are determined to drive us away.

  79. italics close tag glitch

  80. Another member of the “Winning through more focused pandering!” wing is heard from. Sorry, Tommy, but a political party should be based on principles and ideas, not which ethnic group we can convince to vote for them.

    And stand for ideas is what your party does. They’re ideas that really resonate with older, white, males. Everyone else – not so much.

    If the only way to win is to throw our principles overboard in order to get Latinos and handout-seeking Millennial slackers voting for us, then I submit that we as a country have gone way past the tipping point and are screwed anyways, so really, what difference does it make?

    Why would you have to throw your principals overboard to get Latino votes?

  81. slaphead sez

    And stand for ideas is what your party does. They’re ideas that really resonate with older, white, males. Everyone else – not so much.

    mr. national socialist workers party member: we like freedom & liberty you?

  82. Why would you have to throw your principals overboard to get Latino votes?

    we don’t the gop consultant class does.

  83. “And stand for ideas is what your party does. They’re ideas that really resonate with older, white, males. Everyone else – not so much. – ‘

    Yeah. Obamacare is really polling well for you guys these days.

  84. And stand for ideas is what your party does. They’re ideas that really resonate with older, white, males. Everyone else – not so much.

    So you think that ideas like personal responsibility, freedom, choice and liberty are only palatable to old white males?

    Why do you hate minorities, women and the young, hymen?

  85. And what’s up with that Jesse Jackson guy wanting to cut ClownDisaster’s nuts off?

  86. How does it feel to have tripped on your pseudo-technocrat groupee dick and see the ground rushing up at you and it won’t slow down no matter how many times you call it a racist patch of earth?

  87. “cut ClownDisaster’s nuts off?”

    He said “out”not off. Nasty.

  88. So if out, then he intended to take greater care than I’d given him credit for? At least leaving the sack more or less intact would make the reconstructive surgery simpler, since there’d be a place to put the saline orchids.

  89. The disapproval spread grows: -13.7.

    #winning

  90. Yeah, sloppy steve, we need to throw our “principals” out – like boehner and McCain. Our “principles” – like the Constitution – not so much.
    Signed up for Orebone Care yet?

  91. The disapproval spread grows: -13.7.

    Obama is a failure, wrapped in a trainwreck, inside an fiasco.

  92. “Obama is a failure, wrapped in a trainwreck, inside an fiasco”

    One of these things is not like the others.

    When Cloward-Piven is your guide that is…

  93. Good news. It’s all under control. On paper.

    http://nypost.com/2013/11/18/census-faked-2012-election-jobs-report/

  94. Why would you have to throw your principals overboard to get Latino votes?

    Because they really suck at running public schools?

    Why do you hate Hispanic people, Slappy?

  95. NR, the first word in your 7:34pm is four letters too long.   ;-)

  96. well there’s this then. demonrats jumping

    Minnesota Says No to Obama’s Fix

  97. stevie blathered:
    And stand for ideas is what your party does. They’re ideas that really resonate with older, white, males. Everyone else – not so much.

    Whomever sent you here… needs a refund.

  98. And stand for ideas is what your party does. They’re ideas that really resonate with older, white, males. Everyone else – not so much.

    And who built this Republic you brainless slackers suck the life out of? Certainly not minor-league pinheads living on monies borrowed from Communist countries, or printed on worthless paper that’s temporarily buoyed up by promissory notes supposedly to be paid by your third- and fourth- great unborn grandkids. That is, if you aren’t too ghey to even have kids of your own.

    I’ll give you Obama – OFA punks this much…when you screw something up, you do in in style! No other president has ever managed this much colossal FAIL in as short a period of time. Seems Barky IS the great and powerful Ozymandias!

  99. Modifix from nr’s Gallup linky (via Hot Arsy-Varsiness).

  100. Re: nr’s 9:03

    A person who has seen one of the Wisconsin search warrants tells us that the warrants were executed based on the request of Dean Nickel, who filed an affidavit for probable cause. Mr. Nickel is a former head of the Wisconsin Department of Justice Public Integrity Unit and has worked as an investigator for the GAB. Mr. Nickel told us he is a contractor for the GAB but wouldn’t discuss the John Doe probe. GAB Director and General Counsel Kevin Kennedy declined to comment.

    Former head during the last Wisconsin Democrat administration.

  101. So, steve is ageist, racist and sexist now, too.

    And uninsured.

  102. They’re ideas that really resonate with older, white, males. Everyone else – not so much.

    steve seems to think he has license to speak for “everyone else”.

    Which is odd, because steve’s prose sounds really, really white.

  103. He is for doing away with pomp and circumstance.

    So, I’m just imagining the 2008 election with those Greek Columns?

  104. Even though he is the most powerful man in the world, he is, at heart, just a man. In almost four years under perhaps the most intense public scrutiny ever placed upon an American president, he has never lost sight of the fact that he bleeds red, just like everyone else.

    Yea, he’s just a man like everyone else. Who can lie to our faces, repeatedly, for years. He can golf every weekend, and vacation in Hawaii – taking separate jet trips at his convience, at tax-payer expense. He can send his daughters to a spring break that not only includes an island resort, but then Aspen skiing as well.

    Yes. Just a man. It’s amazing how down-to-earth he is.

  105. The daughters took that “secret” trip to Mexico with a couple of dozen school chums, too. With Secret Service protection and posh hotel digs.

    You know, as you do.

  106. Leigh – plus my husband golfs works every weekend just like Obama just like many other Americans in the Obummer economy.

  107. In “Aliens” Matthew would have been the guy who voted to give Paul Reiser a raise for the great job he did.

  108. hellomynameissteve says

    I hate to break this to you, Steve, but you’re not too terribly bright. But I suspect you know that, right?
    Could you possibly send over one of your cohorts that, maybe, had better SAT scores than you did?
    Then again maybe you don’t know any intelligent people. I doubt they’d hang out with you.

  109. The sad thing about hellomynameisstupid is, in my day at least you got 200 points on the SAT just for spelling your name right. Maybe the new system is more challenging on that question…

  110. If Steve was the stock market I’d double my money every day.

  111. steve is strangely quiet today.

    Maybe he got fired.

  112. Still working on the OboneCare website application. With the Little Woman looking over his shoulder asking about free contraceptives.

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