White Dude Gets Slap on the Wrist for Threatening to Kill People; Brown Dudes, Like, WTF!?

Isn’t it nice when unhinged white folks can record YouTube videos of themselves threatening to kill people if they don’t get their way, and the only response is that the local Department of Homeland Security revokes their gun permit?

If James Yeager had been Jalal al Yeager or Tyrone Yeager, who wants to wager that the response to his roid tantrum this week would have been vastly different?

Anyone?

Being white must be nice.

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93 replies
  1. 1
    StringOnAStick says:

    Well, he certainly is the very definition of a ‘well-regulated militia’, isn’t he? Christ, what a fear-crazed, tiny-peni asshole.

  2. 2
    Yutsano says:

    It’s Tennessee. Ya can’t expect Real Merikans to have to face consequences in Crackerville USA now can you?

  3. 3
    c u n d gulag says:

    And if they survived when the cops, or ATF, or whoever showed up at their door, I don’t think they’d get their own Reich-wing Talk Radio show, which I can definitly see this guy getting – or some lifetime Wingnut Welfare post, if he’s in need.

    Sure, he may have lost his license.
    But he may have discovered an even more lucrative career!

  4. 4
    Mudge says:

    Of course polar bears have black skin, just white hair.

  5. 5
    The Gimp says:

    Agreed.

    And yay, Pyrenees!

  6. 6
    The Gimp says:

    @Mudge: That’s not a polar bear, but close!

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    👽 Martin says:

    Remember when one black man with a billy stick in Philly caused Fox News to shit their pants almost daily for 4 straight years? Yeah.

    BTW, don’t get this flu – it’s nasty. And if one of your kids gets it pay very close attention. My daughter spiked a 104 fever that we were lucky to catch. I’ve been laid up with a high fever for 2 days – just coming out of that now.

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    scav says:

    Wasn’t his walkback just that he wasn’t advocating shooting elected officials? Doesn’t that still leave civilians, the military and police still in his avowed sights?

  9. 9
    The Dangerman says:

    @👽 Martin:

    BTW, don’t get this flu – it’s nasty.

    Had the shot and still caught something that lasted a long, long time; I’ve heard this flu is a lingerer, so maybe I caught it and it wasn’t too bad because of the shot. Lesson: Get the shot.

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    aimai says:

    Remember the huge pushback on any attempt by Homeland Security or the FBI to call out white militarist terrorism as terrorism? Didn’t Napolitano actually have to walk back the study documenting how crazy these assholes are? When Al Quaeda has as many members of congress backing them as the tea party/disaster preppers/gun nuts have congresspeople backing them then people can be surprised at the kid gloves treatment accorded these assholes. Until then? Color me unsurprised.

    aimai

  12. 12
    Brachiator says:

    @👽 Martin:

    BTW, don’t get this flu – it’s nasty. And if one of your kids gets it pay very close attention. My daughter spiked a 104 fever that we were lucky to catch. I’ve been laid up with a high fever for 2 days – just coming out of that now.

    Hope your daughter is feeling better. I’ve been hearing that this flu season is particularly serious.

    Google’s Flu Trends map is almost solid red, indicating intense flu activity across the entire United States in early January, 2013.

    Everybody be safe.

  13. 13
    red dog says:

    Could Rush get his carry permit revoked as a result or is he untouchable?

  14. 14
    SiubhanDuinne says:

    @Mudge:

    Just like Obama by the end of his second term.

  15. 15
    jimmiraybob says:

    Over the last few years, as I contemplate the increasingly in-you-face voice of the coming armed, angry-white “we the people” “take our country back” insurgency – commanded by the dumber than shit James Yeagers* of the world, I am considering how my white guyness will play in the counter insurgency. You know, beyond eating popcorn and having my tax dollars go to the police and military that will have to mop up the crazy.

    *when your ammunition is smarter than you……..

  16. 16
    Yutsano says:

    @The Gimp: Is it a Pyrenees? Looks like a Samoyed smile to me…

  17. 17
    The Snarxist Formerly Known as Kryptik says:

    Don’t forget he’s a CEO too. You know ‘jerb creeters’ get a pass that stacks as well.

  18. 18
    👽 Martin says:

    @Brachiator: Daughter is good. She got it first. Gave it to her brother. I got it next. Wife is proving a tough nut to crack as usual.

    20 kids have already died from it. Not surprised given how quickly my daughter’s fever spiked.

  19. 19
    scav says:

    @The Snarxist Formerly Known as Kryptik: ooooo, Job Craters. I think we cracked the MBA CEO spelling!

  20. 20
    gelfling545 says:

    @Yutsano: That’s what I said to my daughter when she was saying that he should be locked up. This is TN we’re talking about here. I’m pleased they did this much.

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    Yutsano says:

    @gelfling545: Oh trust me there is already a spittle-flecked rant being generated as we type about how the government gave in to the thugs in DC and are trying to take his gunz and jerbs away. Bonus points on your bingo card if there’s a WOLVERINES!! mention as well.

  24. 24
    c u n d gulag says:

    @red dog:
    He’s untouchable as far as I’m concerned.

    YOU want to touch him – go right ahead.

    Just be warned, I don’t think the grade of “Taint Remover” needed to get clean afterwards, is available to the general public.

  25. 25
    Joel says:

    I’m going to dispute the “what if this guy were black or brown?” angle. I think – more or less – the same thing would happen. Basically, nothing. There’s no arguing against the huge amount of prejudice levied against nonwhites in our country, but guns are such a powerful tool (and issue) that everything changes when they’re involved.

    It’s hard to imagine the players in this counterfactual.

  26. 26
    CaseyL says:

    I hate being fair to the asshat, but SFAIK all he did was make threats – vague ones, without naming specific targets – rather than do his rant live and in person on the street while waving a weapon, which I’m guessing would have gotten him arrested. Even in Tennessee.

  27. 27
    sweaver says:

    In case anybody missed, a beautiful bit by Louis says it all.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TG4f9zR5yzY

  28. 28

    Actually, being white isn’t so great when your daughters of the confederacy sister facebooks her bullshit to you before you’ve had your first cup of coffee.

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    RSR says:

    probably old news around here, but in case you missed it,John Scalzi’s “Straight White Male: The Lowest Difficulty Setting There Is” post is relevant:

    http://whatever.scalzi.com/201.....-there-is/

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    Yutsano says:

    @CaseyL: Really you’re correct, and having his licence suspended is a good call by the state since he did make at least a vague threat. I’m just afraid of what’s going to happen now that his persecution complex is about to go into overdrive. But he is definitely getting less scrutiny than a more melanin enhanced individual would get in a similar situation.

    @ruemara: Pinch his wittle cheeks too! I hear they luvz that!

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    ruemara says:

    @Joel: BWHAHAHAHAHAHAHA! You’re so adorable.

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    monkeyfister says:

    That Yeager nutjob lives an hour east of me. Too close for my comfort, and believe me when I say he’s pretty sane compared to most of Tennesseans. I am blessed to have a great job, but utterly cursed that it is in this shithole excuse for a state. Ten years down here, and every damned day I am embarrassed by the lunatics who live here. I used to be a real news junky, I sold my TV ten years ago, and refuse to even look at the local newspapers. The day I secure a job north of the Mason-Dixon line, I will sell my house at a loss, just to get the hell away from this horrible, mean, polluted area. Fuck Tennessee, and every damned thing about it. I swear I lose 3 days off my life-expectancy for every day I am stuck here.

  34. 34
    gogol's wife says:

    I LOVE THAT GRAPHIC!

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    MikeJ says:

    @👽 Martin:

    20 kids have already died from it.

    And nurses in Indiana refused to get their flu jabs citing religious freedom. Now they’re suing to keep their jobs.

    If you work in healthcare, no jab, no job.

  36. 36
    Raven says:

    @Brachiator:Gail Collins on the Google Flu Map:

    It’s hard to tell the extent of a flu outbreak because most of the victims just snivel away unhappily in the privacy of their own homes. The Google site solves this problem by tracking the number of times people search for flu-related terms online. Does this make sense to you, people? If we could determine what was going on in the world by the most popular searches, wouldn’t the universe be run by mischievous kittens and Kate Middleton?

    O.K., that is not a sophisticated thought — Google has an algorithm. But I still wonder if the number of recent searches on the subject of flu isn’t related to the number of recent press conferences about flu. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention calls Google Flu Trends “a useful tool” that may be “subject to the perturbations of media attention.”

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    MikeJ says:

    @monkeyfister: I learned last night that he lives right next to Nathan Bedford Forrest State Park.

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    Raven says:

    @monkeyfister: GO DAWGS!

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    Yutsano says:

    @MikeJ: What fucking passage of the Bible says do not immunise? Jeebus is gonna come back and he’s gonna be PISSED.

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    aimai says:

    @Yutsano:

    I think the state should have publicly investigated and cleared him by putting up their own youtube and saying “We have investigated and decided that Mr. Yeager, a well known fraud and blowhard, is probably more a danger to himself than to others. We have cleared him of being able to carry out his pathetic threats at this time. If citizens continue to complain that he is a potential threat to himself and others we are open to seeing if he can be committed for a psych evaluation and we recommend to his friends and family that they look in to taking control of this scared, frightened little man.”**

    aimai

    **That being said the same exact shit, different day, is going down elsewhere in the country where a crazy guy threatened his children’s kindergarten arguing that they are teaching the kids the pledge of allegiance incorrectly. Families from the area, posting on the local newspaper site, begged commenters not to poke the bear or allude to the obvious mental illness of the crazy dad in question because–its dangerous to make fun of these bastards. This is what we’ve come to: we can’t take their guns and we can’t even make fun of them because no one knows when these “responsble gun owners” will turn out to be not so responsible.

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    henqiguai says:

    @Mudge (#4):

    Of course polar bears have black skin, just white hair.

    Um, no. I think it’s colorless hair; transparent in fact. Just looks white. Sort’a like the sky is blue; not blue, but everything else (color) is filtered out. (Anything to avoid studying, this afternoon.)

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    sparrow says:

    If you want an EXCELLENT counter-example involving a black man (with a dose of police harassment and intimidation), look no further than what happened to James MacArthur of Baltimore. A long-time blogger/activist/independent reporter who had been calling out the cops for a while. Suddenly they SWAT-teamed his house (ransacking every inch of it) over some trumped-up charges.

    http://northbaltimore.patch.co.....ore-police

    Keep in mind we have hundreds of unsolved murders and rampant crime in Baltimore, but a huge police effort was devoted to bringing this guy in.

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    monkeyfister says:

    @MikeJ:

    I have a HUGE 11″x17″ sign on the outside wall of my cubical at work: “If You Have The Flu– STAY HOME!!!

    I have plenty of leave time saved up, and if a co-worker comes in obviously sick, I berate them loudly and publicly for bringing their germs in and spreading the disease. If they refuse to go home, citing their “important job duties,” I take leave for a couple of days. Plenty of my fellow co-workers are following suit now, and I am thankful for their support.

    If your job lets you earn paid sick and annual leave– take it!

  44. 44
    MikeJ says:

    @Yutsano:

    But still, Alan Phillips, who represented several nurses at the hospital, says his clients had the right to refuse their flu shots under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, which prohibits religious discrimination of employees. Religion is legally broad under the First Amendment, so it could include any strongly held belief, he said, adding that the belief flu shots are bad should suffice.
    __
    “If your personal beliefs are religious in nature, then they are a protected belief,” Phillips said.

    So pretty much anything you feel strongly about is “religion”. Somehow this never flew with draft boards.

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    JoyceH says:

    @Yutsano:

    Is it a Pyrenees? Looks like a Samoyed smile to me…

    I agree – it’s a Samoyed with its standup ears pinned back by the car roof. Pyrs have hangdown ears and there would be more ear hangage.

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    bemused says:

    @Mudge:

    Samoyeds, like the adorable fluffy cutie substituting for a polar bear, have black and white skin reminding me of Dalmatians. I had no idea until the first Sammie we had got spayed and her tummy was shaved. One little girl had to come to our house on Halloween to trick or treat because she had to see the “polar bears”.

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    Brachiator says:

    @MikeJ:

    Religion is legally broad under the First Amendment, so it could include any strongly held belief, he said, adding that the belief flu shots are bad should suffice.

    Jeebus Christ, we’re getting to the point that any strongly held belief, no matter how stupid, now gets constitutional protection.

    And while I can theoretically sympathize with someone who may not want to get injected with a needle or otherwise maintain some sacred integrity of their body, even for an immunization, I don’t see that this automatically mean that they can keep their job, especially people whose job brings them into contact with sick people.

  48. 48
    MikeJ says:

    @Brachiator: Especially with the existence of nasal spray flu vaccine.

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    Roger Moore says:

    @MikeJ:

    If you work in healthcare, no jab, no job.

    Not quite. At my work, you’re allowed to skip vaccination if you’re allergic to eggs or any of the other components they use when producing the vaccine. And, of course, vaccination is only mandatory for people who have actual patient contact, though they extend that to mean you’re not allowed into buildings where patient care takes place if you haven’t had your shot.

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    stormhit says:

    The oppressive government still stole his permit though. That’s why we need to build Galt’s Gulch in Detroit.

    (Link doesn’t seem to have worked, so just go to the Detroit News webpage.)

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    Roger Moore says:

    the only response is that the local Department of Homeland Security revokes their gun permit?

    What do you mean “only response”? The dude got his man card revoked, which means he’s now no better than a little girl. I’m pretty sure he takes the metaphorical emasculation pretty seriously.

  52. 52
    Mr Stagger Lee says:

    @The Dangerman: Is this the dreaded Captain Trips virus? Have any of you been dreaming of an old black woman in a Nebraska Cornfield or a guy in jeans in Vegas? Just checking.

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    Just Some Fuckhead says:

    @Roger Moore: damn straight.

    yeager is practically lisping in this ‘please give me my man card back’ video

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?f.....D5kuOMIVts

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    chrome agnomen says:

    NRA says AAs should be allowed to have 3/5ths of a gun.

    /wingnut

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    MomSense says:

    @aimai:

    Yes Napolitano did catch a lot of crap for that study which completely overshadowed what was in the study. And I recall that the study was actually commissioned during the W. administration.

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    Grung_e_Gene says:

    Just imagine if he had a bag of skittles!!!

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    aimai says:

    @Joel:

    Why is it hard to imagine the counterfactual? Black people have been literally gunned down for even looking like they might have a weapon, even when they didn’t and even when the police had no reason to stop them or ask them to comply with orders while those portland assholes were given the benefit of the doubt and not shot first/asked questions later.

    aimai

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    PurpleGirl says:

    Semi OT: When the crazy gets as crazy as it is now, and the comments fill me with a sad… I now go to the kitten live stream. There’s a new bunch being fostered (a mommy cat and 5 kittens who are now 4 weeks old and getting active).

    http://new.livestream.com/Fost.....eysKittens

    Right now, the kittens are at mommy’s milk bar.

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    Jax6655 says:

    @Joel:

    Please enlighten us all as to how you were able to land on Earth [today] from a different planet.

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    aimai says:

    @Brachiator:

    Sadly a whole bunch of these lunatics, and lunatics in health care, are posting on a mother/child blog I frequent. Its scary how sure they all are that the flu shot is nothing better than a placebo (failing to even make the argument that if its the same as sugar water there’s no danger) and also somehow impermissibly interfereing with their bodily integrity. Its jaw dropping to me that the same people who make a fetish of their body/their rights are often from the most red of red states where women’s rights to bodily integrity are regularly violated by the government or by schools or families but they don’t see the connection.

    aimai

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    aimai says:

    @PurpleGirl:

    Thank you for that. Now I know where to go when I feel sad. Badly, badly, want kittens, now. However I have to admit the sight of all those kittens fighting over the mother cat’s nipples really, really, really, looks different after you’ve nursed your own babies. Who knew that being “touched out” could last 12 years?

    aimai

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    @sparrow: Not that I don’t agree with you in principle, but I’m fairly certain that the dude in Baltimore had a bench warrant out for his arrest because he missed a court hearing.

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    trollhattan says:

    @JoyceH:

    Yup, that’s a Samoyed, a happy, happy Samoyed. (If that were a Pyrenees it would likewise have to be one hugeass car.)

    Friends had one, a sweet gal, that I thought was quite big until the first time I saw her come out of a lake–li’l stick dog under all that glorious fluff.

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    sparrow says:

    @Imani Gandy (ABL): There was some legitimate cause, but the way it was handled was very extraordinary (at least from what I know, and I am not closely involved). Apparently there are hundreds of similar cases on the books, and this was the only one singled out for SWAT-team treatment.

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    trollhattan says:

    @aimai:

    We’re (a subset of “we”) racing to dial back the last century of civilization’s advances. Diseases once vanquished are making comebacks–and killing innocents. California infants are dying of whooping cough while parents are signing waivers to get their non-innoculated kits into schools, including my daughter’s school.

    Some things really, actually take a village while we’re racing to raise a new crop of anarchists and separatists.

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    Chris says:

    @aimai:

    Remember the huge pushback on any attempt by Homeland Security or the FBI to call out white militarist terrorism as terrorism? Didn’t Napolitano actually have to walk back the study documenting how crazy these assholes are? When Al Quaeda has as many members of congress backing them as the tea party/disaster preppers/gun nuts have congresspeople backing them then people can be surprised at the kid gloves treatment accorded these assholes. Until then? Color me unsurprised.

    I want to compare this with the Ku Klux Klan having “respectable” backers all the way to the top of the United States Congress, but I don’t know if even that analogy holds water, because I’m not sure even J. Edgar Hoover would’ve given them a free pass if they’d started threatening the White House, shooting congressmen or blowing up federal buildings (as opposed to attacking black people, immigrants, union members and other people from the bottom of the social ladder) the way so many politicians are demanding that our current right-wing-nut-jobs do.

    Or am I just not being cynical enough towards the elites from back then?

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    El Caganger says:

    Naw, same thing would have happened if he was black, just that the revocation would have been delivered by Seal Team Six instead of email.

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    bemused says:

    @trollhattan:

    Fluff is right. It’s amazing how much hair gets combed out when they blow their coats. We had to loosen our Sammie’s collar for the 2nd time this winter. She must be at peak fluff now until spring.

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    Another Halocene Human says:

    @PurpleGirl: I’ve had the kitty channel on for three days now.

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    Another Halocene Human says:

    @trollhattan: So if a kid’s immune system doesn’t take the shot and they die due to an unvaccinated by choice kid at school, do the bereaved kid’s parents get to take their kid in exchange?

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    efgoldman says:

    @Roger Moore:

    The dude got his man card revoked, which means he’s now no better than a little girl. I’m pretty sure he takes the metaphorical emasculation pretty seriously.

    Hell, i was surprised he even needed any kind of permit in TN.

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    Trakker says:

    Yes, being white sure makes life easier (and being a white male makes life easier still), and most of us don’t appreciate just how much until you marry someone beautiful but whose skin color magically turns them into a lower life form in other’s eyes. Then being white can make one very, very ashamed.

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    Tommy Boy says:

    Being a white guy in the U.S. today is just like being any other race if you don’t happen to be quite wealthy. I have to compete in the market place for jobs just like anyone else. I have to pay my bills and taxes just like anyone else. The prosecutor is responsible for charging this guy. It is probably all they can charge him with at this time based on the applicable statutes. There are plenty of examples of stupid threatening comments made by lots of different races/religions that never faced charges.

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    Ohmmade says:

    @CaseyL: sure, but making these kinds of vague threats is normally not worth the authorities attention, making them while having a ccw permit definitely is. Therein lies the difference.

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    PurpleGirl says:

    @Another Halocene Human: Since Poopyman first linked I’ve had it opened on a tab. I keep going over there to see what’s happening.

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    Chris says:

    @Trakker:

    and being a white male makes life easier still

    I’ve always counted myself lucky that my chromosomes ensured I would never have to go through nine months of pregnancy culminating in several hours of agonizing pain.

    You’d think THAT would be privilege enough for a lifetime, but apparently people think we need more.

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    Phoenician in a time of Romans says:

    @monkeyfister:

    If your job lets you earn paid sick and annual leave– take it!

    I just want to point how batshit loony the assumption underlying that comment seems to people in civilized Western countries – “IF”? What did he mean “IF”? [Google] OMG – YANKS DON’T HAVE THIS AS A GODDAMNED *RIGHT*?!?!?”

    (Not poking at you, mf – just your screwed up labour laws)

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    ruemara says:

    @Phoenician in a time of Romans: It’s a bit of a dumb assumption. I’ve worked places where calling in sick gets you pink-slipped.

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    Brachiator says:

    @aimai:

    Sadly a whole bunch of these lunatics, and lunatics in health care, are posting on a mother/child blog I frequent. Its scary how sure they all are that the flu shot is nothing better than a placebo (failing to even make the argument that if its the same as sugar water there’s no danger) and also somehow impermissibly interfereing with their bodily integrity.

    We live in a strange time. We are surrounded by the fruits of science and technology, but are often amazingly illiterate about basic scientific concepts. Clean water, sewage systems and the past benefits of vaccination programs allow people the room to make shit up about how vaccines work and to convince themselves that they are no longer necessary.

    These dopes are just two steps ahead of the terrorists using intimidation and murder to prevent vaccinations in Pakistan.

    Its jaw dropping to me that the same people who make a fetish of their body/their rights are often from the most red of red states where women’s rights to bodily integrity are regularly violated by the government or by schools or families but they don’t see the connection.

    Very true. Great point. That’s exactly why I alluded to rights of bodily integrity.

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    monkeyfister says:

    @Phoenician in a time of Romans:

    No harm here– I fully agree with you!!!

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    Wolfdaughter says:

    @bemused:

    I would love to have a Samoyed–they are so beautiful and smart besides–but I live in Tucson. I pity Samoyed, Huskies, etc., in the summer here.

    But I have a cat who’s the light of my life. So, can’t complain.

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    joel hanes says:

    @Brachiator:

    we’re getting to the point that any strongly held belief, no matter how stupid, now gets constitutional protection.

    Lost cause. Scientology got their tax exemption restored in 1993; it’s all downhill from there — there have been no ramparts to defend for almost two decades.

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    Jax6655 says:

    @Tommy Boy:

    Being a white guy in the U.S. today is just like being any other race if you don’t happen to be quite wealthy.

    No.

    But, since we haven’t heard any further about manned space flight from <a href="@Jax6655: “>Joel, perhaps you can enlighten us about your first day on Earth?

    ETA: trying to fix link
    EATA: screw it! link works just looks ugly

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    Warren Bonesteel says:

    The primary reason for The Second Amendment has nothing to do with hunting or personal protection. Those are secondary, but valid reasons.

    The Bill of Rights is a not a government grant of rights that can be removed or changed, in any way, shape or form. The Bill of Rights limits government power, telling the government specifically what it cannot do.

    You need to think about the consequences of trying to use the force majeure of government in order to take rights from other Americans.

    The primary purpose of The Second Amendment is to fight a tyrannical government that attempts to use force to take rights from the citizens. There are 310 million weapons in the hands of private citizens…and less than ten million LEO’s and military forces in America. 1/3 of the latter will fire on the gun grabbers, instead of the ‘rebels.’ (One man’s terrorist is another man’s freedom fighter, remember?)

    Until you understand what The Second Amendment is for, and until you work the numbers before stealing the rights of American citizens, you understand nothing about the issue and you understand nothing about freedom and liberty. You understand nothing about the consequences of your own words or deeds.

    You are nothing more than malicious and dangerous children.

    You’ve been warned.

    The blood will be on your hands, and not on another’s.

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    gwangung says:

    @Warren Bonesteel: BWAHAHA HAHAH!

    You funny.

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    Jebediah says:

    @Warren Bonesteel:

    There are 310 million weapons in the hands of private citizens

    But there are not guns in the hands of 310 million Americans. You binky-strokers with dozens of weapons – how many of’em can you fire at once?
    Do you really think shooting cops and soldiers will get a sympathetic reaction from the general populace?
    If it’s binky-strokers vs. the cops and Army, I ain’t betting on you 2nd amendment tards.

    ETA: You fools start some serious shit, and the gun-control/gun-safety problem will be solved real quick. Dead fools don’t carry weapons, and I think concealed carry is officially banned in prison.

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    Elie says:

    I will have to attach my hubby’s photo of a new empty “Bushmaster” box in the dumspter/garbage at the back of our apartment complex. Tell ya, feels good to know that someone in our complex has that kind of firepower. And WHY do they have it? We live in a quiet, nice neighborhood in Alexandria VA. WTF???

    Contrary to what the ARA thinks, I feel MORE scared with that there — not less…!!!

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    henqiguai says:

    @Elie (#87):

    And WHY do they have it? We live in a quiet, nice neighborhood in Alexandria VA. WTF???

    Um, because Chocolate City is just right across the bridge?

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    kuvasz says:

    The issue is and will always be CLASS. You don’t need to look at a person’s skin, because almost all of us are the same…… workers.

    btw the dog is a Samoyed, it takes a Kuvasz to know.

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    Elie says:

    @henqiguai:

    Well let me update you. Chocolate city is not so chocolate anymore. It is pretty gentrified these days and most of the poor chocolates have been squeezed and remodeled out. You would not recognize DC now from the 90’s.

    There are plenty of us chocolate people around though — on both sides of the bridge and probably enough anyway to make some of the white dough heads nervous..

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    Cassidy says:

    @Warren Bonesteel: Mall ninja is tacticool. Real life isn’t MW3, son.

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    pluky says:

    @henqiguai: Polar bear fur is better than transparent. The refractive, and internal reflective properties of the shaft make it function as a little wave guide, channeling any incident photons to the black skin for absorbtion.

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    Rage says:

    @Mudge:
    Actually, polar bear hair is transparent. It has no color.

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