West By God Virginia Representing

It pisses off all the right people, and I get a ton of people who always say something when they see my subversive stickers. Beercan chicken for dinner:

Chicken came from a buddy down the road- was moist as hell. Grilled the corn in the husk and picked the tomatoes while it all cooked. As I noted on the twitter machine, I am eating 5-8 tomatoes a day now and still freezing a ton. Some summers I get sores on the inside of my mouth from eating too many. Totally worth it, though.

Truck Fump!

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    JGC@top. Since you are into pickling and canning have you tried achar or lonchyacha masala ( Indian mix of pickling spices). I like to pickle cranberries.
    Your chicken looks delicious. I grill the corn directly on the grill without the husk, it char the corn and then finish it with lime juice, salt and cayenne. Yesterday I made mint chutney with mint from my garden it was awesome!

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    Omnes Omnibus says:

    I’ve never really understood the appeal of covering a car with bumper stickers.

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    C Stars says:

    Speaking as someone who had ritz crackers and cheese slices for dinner, I am jealous and hate you a little now, but that will subside eventually.

    @Omnes Omnibus: I wouldn’t call two bumper stickers “covered.” I think those stickers are pretty pithy and concise, actually. Come on out to Berkeley and you can see what a car covered in bumper stickers looks like.

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    Omnes Omnibus says:

    @C Stars: I live in Madison. I’ve seen it.

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    Chetan Murthy says:


    If I lived where you live, I would not be brave enough to put such bumper stickers on my car. I am humbled that you do this. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you.

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    zhena gogolia says:

    @Chetan Murthy:

    Yeah, I’m in a blue state and my KERRY-EDWARDS-OBAMA-BIDEN-HILLARY-KAINE-KAMALA stickers get me tailgated a lot. I admire his guts.

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    sukabi says:

    @Omnes Omnibus: me neither…looking forward to Cole’s the “motherfuckers trashed my car” screed though.

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    zhena gogolia says:

    We were driving the other day and saw a car with a “I DON’T BELIEVE THE LIBERAL MEDIA” sticker. We went into the same parking lot, and I expected a blue-haired lady to get out, but it was a 20-something guy. Very sad.

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    PsiFighter37 says:

    @Chetan Murthy: I want a video of when Cole lets loose that pent-up rage on some stupid wingnut by the side of the road in WV. That is the modern-day Street Fighter battle I’ve been waiting for.

    PF37 +4

    P.S. When is that NYC meetup in August happening?

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    Chetan Murthy says:

    @zhena gogolia: One thing I love about living in CA, is that I can wear my Truck Fump, and my G(hammer-and-sickle)P t-shirts, and get uniformly “I love your shirt” comments.

    If I lived in Texas (goddamn) (where I grew up) I’d stick with basic black tees. Life’s too goddamn short. Which is why I don’t live in Texas (goddamn).

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    Baud says:

    @Omnes Omnibus:

    Me either. Hate them.

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    zhena gogolia says:


    It happened last night. Somebody posted pictures in a thread earlier today, but it hasn’t been front-paged.

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    Jim, Foolish Literalist says:

    this will take a bite out of trump’s shop-keeper’s soul

    Brian Stelter @ brianstelter
    “Web traffic and new subscribers to http://baltimoresun.com were double what’s typical on a Saturday. And subscription orders are on track to hit quadruple of what the paper receives on a normal Sunday.”

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    PsiFighter37 says:

    @zhena gogolia: The photos, or street fighting? Papa-to-be has money down on fisticuffs.

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    randal m sexton says:

    Gophers took out 3 of my termater plants. soooo pissed.

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    Ohio Mom says:

    I have light blue Civic and about six other people in my neighborhood have the same exact car. I stuck bumper stickers on so I could find it in the supermarket parking lot. Before that, I kept trying to open other people’s trunks.

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    PST says:

    @schrodingers_cat: I would never argue with anyone about the best way to eat corn on the cob, but my preference is for bare naked corn: no butter, no salt, no nuthin’. Good sweet corn has such a wonderful taste on its own that anything you add dilutes it a bit. It took me decades to realize this. That said, however, I think I will try SC’s suggestion of grilling without the husk to get a touch of char.

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    Nicole says:

    Says a lot, doesn’t it, that liberals are the ones who have to fear damage to their vehicle or aggressive driving behavior due to a bumpersticker and not the other way around? In my stepmom’s conservative area, I’ve seen plenty of Trump bumperstickers, and, while I immediately make unflattering assumptions about the drivers of the cars, I’ve never been tempted to tailgate them or key them in a parking lot.

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    A Ghost To Most says:

    @zhena gogolia: You haven’t truly experienced redneck douchebagism on the highway until your Prius gets coal-rolled by a jacked up white pickup.

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    Chetan Murthy says:


    Says a lot, doesn’t it, that liberals are the ones who have to fear damage to their vehicle or aggressive driving behavior due to a bumpersticker and not the other way around?

    Liberals are the “Mommy party”. We’re the ones who understand that it take a damn sight more investment to build something, than to tear it down. We’re the ones who believe in civil society.

    They’re the moral imbeciles who need to go back to their hollers and fuck their livestock, leave us decent humans in peace.

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    Yarrow says:

    @Chetan Murthy: Their poor livestock don’t deserve that. Those assholes can participate in Darwin Award activities that hurt no one but themselves. That would be okay.

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    Chetan Murthy says:


    Their poor livestock don’t deserve that.

    Notwithstanding, raging and unrepentant species-ist that I am, I’m willing to take that bargain (if it were offered). Ah, well.

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    Chetan Murthy says:


    Those assholes can participate in Darwin Award activities that hurt no one but themselves.

    Let’s be realistic: Cletus doesn’t understand the *point* of any activity, unless somebody or something gets hurt. It’s part of his ethos.

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    jl says:

    Thanks for fun Cole vehicle bumper sticker statement pix, and delish roast chicken and veggie pix.
    But where’s the beer can? Inside the chicken? It’s the stuffing? I just can’t grock it, man.

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    Yarrow says:

    @jl: Beer can goes up the ass-end of the chicken and it goes on the bbq or smoker sitting on the open beer can. Beer makes it tender while it cooks.

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    MomSense says:

    What is beer can chicken?

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    Jeffro says:

    Good luck when the trumpistas key the crap out of your car.

    Don’t get me wrong – I used to put political bumper stickers on for years. Then I realized that while they don’t change anyone’s mind, they DO keep a bullseye on your expensive personal property 24/7

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    Ken says:

    For really moist chicken, you need to inject a mixture of brine and corn syrup equaling the weight of the meat.

    At least, that’s what the big chicken processors say, and who am I to doubt?

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    Stuart Frasier says:

    @Chetan Murthy:
    I was in Austin a lot during the 2012 election, and the most common bumper sticker I saw said “Not A Republican”. If I could deal with the weather, I’d be happy living in that city.

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    jl says:

    @Yarrow: OK, thanks. They way you describe it, it kind of gives me the shivers. You do these horrible things to a pre-deaded chicken, right?

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    Jeffro says:

    @zhena gogolia: might have been the same guy I saw last week wearing a “Reagan/Bush ‘84” t-shirt.

    Let’s hope so. If not, it means there’s more than one of these creeps.

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    Ken says:

    @C Stars: The record holder for bumper stickers has got to be that guy from, of course, Florida.

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    Chetan Murthy says:

    @Stuart Frasier:

    If I could deal with the weather, I’d be happy living in that city [Austin].

    In 1995, I visited Austin from NY on work. An Austin colleague, DV, noted (when I mentioned the fucking racists of Texas) that Travis County voted against secession prior to the Civil War. I replied that that would be great, except that they didn’t build a fence with customs posts, to keep out the Fucking Texans.

    Today, I’d say “They didn’t BUILD A WALL”, Don.

    Ah, well.

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    Rob says:

    @Ohio Mom: Same here except that the Civic is light gray. When I bought it I had decided not to sticker it at all. Less than a month later I had to give in.

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    Jay says:

    @Omnes Omnibus:

    Hides rust, keeps fenders attached. Pithier than duct tape.

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    C Stars says:

    @Ken: ugh

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    jl says:

    Not an open thread, but “This Fucking Old House” is pretty close to the state of US. From Krugman’s twitter, looks like worries about manufacturing slump are growing. Important thing to worry about is if Trump’s whims, and his ignorant ‘always wrong but never in doubt’ econ advisers blunder ahead with their strong dollar policy.

    The one plus: US consumers can import more goods more cheaply. The millionaire fraud news actors and pundits on TV will feel more like Masters of the Universe, since they’ll feel like kings swanking around buying luxury imports and living higher on trips abroad. So, will bring happy talk on the TV, another plus I guess.

    Minuses: another hit at US export sectors, agriculture, some heavy manufacturing where US excels (e.g., Caterpillar) and high tech manufacturing. Higher interest rates as US dollar attracts investors, and more exports from Germany, and both will further throw European economy out of whack, and it is much more on edge or recession than we are. World economy goes into a real downturn, maybe lead by Europe, US will go down with it.

    Right now risks and downsides of high dollar far outweigh the benefits. It’s a good strategy to juice US economy by increasing consumer spending. Exports in the toilet, investment in the dumps, all we got is consumer spending, so why not do something, anything to juice that a little more (Trump Economy! The Aristocrats!). But the bump in consumer spending will juice the economy little and not for long, the the risks and downsides will kick in.

    I think even if high dollar, any downturn will be mild, but who knows? Shouldn’t go looking for trouble, but that basically sums up the Trump economic policy, if you want to call that junk pile ‘policy’.

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    Jay says:

    I do political bumper stickers.

    Get tailgated by rednecks and coal rollers.

    Have brakes, roll cage, solid 1/4 inch steel bumpers.

    Got 9 last year, 3 so far this year.

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    jl says:

    Forgot to post Krugman’s tweet

    But, but, MAGA was going to bring manufacturing back

    Edit: Probably if Trump goes high dollar and that doesn’t mess everything up enough, he’ll go ahead with high tariffs on European vehicles, see if that makes the big mess he seems to want.

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    Jay says:

    I just want to vote for someone time travelers don't have to kill.— Jennifer Wright (@JenAshleyWright) July 28, 2019

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    FlyingToaster says:

    @Ken: You don’t need to inject anything, unless you’re in a rush. And Corn Syrup is not a good idea if you worry about triglycerides.

    We brine per the Cooks Ilustrated/Americas Test Kitchen method; 1 gal water to 2c kosher salt, adjust volume of water per size of bird. Add peppercorns or cloves if you desire, and, yes, sugar if you like. 6 hours for a small piece of poultry; 12 hours for large, 24 hours for the Thanksgiving Turkey (to feed 10 with leftovers). We use a beverage cooler, with a gallon freezer ziploc of ice on top of the water to keep everything cold. Then pour out, rinse-n-dry, and put the bird and a new bag of ice for the same amount of time to let the salted meat relax. Cook it however you like.

    Dry brines (covered in salt) work well, if you have a place to keep things cold. We don’t, hence the cooler and a wet brine.

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    jl says:

    Watching clips of the Sunday talkies. Weird that Fox’s Chris Wallace has been chewing up and spitting out Trumpsters in a way that Todd and his ilk never even attempt. What is up with Wallace recently?

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    Jay says:


    We eat organic heritage breed chickens. No need to brine.

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    Yarrow says:


    They way you describe it, it kind of gives me the shivers. You do these horrible things to a pre-deaded chicken, right?

    Uh…no. You buy a whole chicken from the supermarket. That chicken is dead. Head is off. It’s plucked. It’s ready to be cooked. Open a can of beer. Have a few sips or not. Place chicken over the open beer can/put open beer can up cavity of chicken. Place chicken on bbq or smoker so that it’s upright and “sitting” on the vertical beer can. Let it cook. Voila–beer can chicken.

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    J R in WV says:

    @Omnes Omnibus:

    I’ve never really understood the appeal of covering a car with bumper stickers.

    Two bumper stickers is hardly covered… I’ve seen cars with dozens of stickers of all sorts.

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    debbie says:

    @Chetan Murthy:

    I once got my windshield smashed because of a bumper sticker (Timberlane teachers’ strike in NH), so no bumper stickers about anything ever again. If they can’t figure out what my beliefs are when they see me driving and yelling at the radio, screw ’em.

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    Jay says:

    wtf is "trans lobby pressure"? is it the same as the "gay lobby" which also never existed and is now recognised as an invention of homophobic moral panic? cool cool. same again next weekend? https://t.co/AZ1Wx5SyPb— Freddy McConnell (@freddymcconnell) July 28, 2019

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    StringOnAStick says:

    @zhena gogolia: I was at the library and there was a young guy with dreadlocks down past his butt. He gave off a weird angry vibe though which made sense when I saw him get into his truly beat up pickup with infowars bumper stickers.

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    Jay says:

    TIL: when some americans wanted to be racist and own slaves and other americans didn't want to be slaves they actually fought a war.but everyone was so polite and respectful it was actually called the CIVIL war.RT to let antifa know you would listen if they were nicer.— edennnnnn (@edennnnnn) July 2, 2019

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    jl says:

    @Yarrow: Thanks for a more detailed explanation that is more suited to my delicate sensibilities. I’ll try it sometime. It sounds easy, which is necessary for me when I try to roast meat. I’ll look for a recipe to get time and temp.

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    HinTN says:

    @Omnes Omnibus: Plus when they pass their use by date…

    As for last night, I know Adam’s not big green machine but he connects with them and he knows I’m the punch line of the secure the building joke. Also, I’m too music illiterate to have known about Crocodile dri that was a nice look up.

    Cheers from BC

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    FlyingToaster says:

    @Jay: We tend to buy direct from the farmer’s market, but a lot of those birds are free-range and therefore brining helps relax the muscle proteins.

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    Kayla Rudbek says:

    Question for the hive mind of the jackal collective : when writing the leasing center for the shopping complex by my HOA to express my views that Chick-Fil-A not get a lease there, should I lead with the businessman Republican perspectives, or should I jump right into the “I don’t want these RWNJs anywhere near my neighborhood” perspective?

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    smedley the uncertain says:

    @schrodingers_cat: Mint Chutney. We’re overwhelmed with mint. Is there a recipe somewhere?

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    HinTN says:

    @PST: I grill in the husk and leave it long enough to get a touch of char.

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    Jay says:


    I have found that death helps relax the muscle proteins.

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    Jay says:

    @Kayla Rudbek:

    Two letters, one, the business case, the second, Fuck You Bigot Mall, never shopping there again.

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    Duane says:

    @Jay: Put a couple of Reagan stickers on your car and own the conservatives! Brains could explode and… okay I see the problem. Forget it.

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    Ken says:

    @FlyingToaster: My comment was more about industrial poultry processing and packaging, than a recipe suggestion.

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    Mary G says:

    As Adam always says, initial information is often wrong, but

    #BREAKING: Gilroy police have confirmed an active shooter at the Gilroy Garlic Festival. We are working to provide you more details on this breaking news, stay tuned. [Warning: Video has profanity. Courtesy @wavyia]#breaking #breakingnews pic.twitter.com/Bq44nIf1Ey— KSBW Action News 8 (@ksbw) July 29, 2019

    Suspect alleged to be a white guy in camo. What do the RWNJs have against garlic?

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    Mary G says:

    As Adam always says, initial information is often wrong, but

    #BREAKING: Gilroy police have confirmed an active shooter at the Gilroy Garlic Festival. We are working to provide you more details on this breaking news, stay tuned. [Warning: Video has profanity. Courtesy @wavyia]#breakingnews pic.twitter.com/Bq44nIf1Ey— KSBW Action News 8 (@ksbw) July 29, 2019

    Suspect alleged to be a white guy in camo. What do the RWNJs have against garlic?

    ETA: original post in moderation due to too many hashtags, so I took some out. Number of people injured estimates run from 8 to 50.

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    Jay says:


    If I were crueller, I’d sue their asses off for “soft tissue injury”. I’m just happy to totally trash their vehicles, with them 100% in the wrong and no coverage.

    The last one that hit me, was a TransMountain F450 who tried to both brake and swerve. ( one or the other, never both).

    My rear bumper cut the truck in half.

    Asshole got fired.

    I had to have some paint touched up.

    Also have an extended trailer hitch at eye level for most vehicles and an 8,000 lb winch mount.

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    Jay says:

    @Mary G:

    Peter Thiel???????

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    Steve in the ATL says:

    @Kayla Rudbek: apparently the HOAs in my area require a Chick-Fil-A party tray at every casual event. Was surprised to see one at a graduation party this summer for a young woman who is the “Q” in LGTBQ. Seemed tone deaf to me, but I wasn’t going to disrupt the party to vent my hippie liberal pinko feelings about some fried chicken.

    Steve who would rather be at Chick-Fil-A than in Scottsboro, Alabama

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    Ken says:

    @Jay: Are you serious, or doing viral marketing for a sequel to Death Proof?

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    zhena gogolia says:


    The meetup! The meetup!

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    Jay says:

    A week ago, about 50 Neo-Nazis, escorted by Ottawa Police officers, held a rally at the Garden of Provinces. One of the speakers who spewed out Neo-Nazi garbage was a child no more that 8 years old. I wish I was making this up.@VestsCanada #cdnpoli #WhitePeopleAgainstRacism— Meagan Wiper 🌹🥚🥤🍊⚽☠️ (@MegW613) July 28, 2019

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    John Cole says:

    @schrodingers_cat: I have not- where should I get some?

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    Jay says:



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    Kayla Rudbek says:

    @Jay: it’s not a sure thing that they would come in, but I want it on the record that as a local homeowner in the HOA, that I don’t want a RWNJ-owned restaurant to come in.

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    A Ghost To Most says:

    @Steve in the ATL: People tell me ChockFullOfIt food is good. I plan on trying it the next time they are open on Sunday.

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    Neldob says:

    I so miss good tomatos.

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    West of the Rockies says:


    Why on Earth rolling coal tech (for dumb-ass recreational purposes) is allowed is beyond me.

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    Chetan Murthy says:

    @Neldob: I recently had a few heirloom tomatoes that were so good, I finally realized how badly I’d been polluting my bodily shrine, with those industrial tomatoes.

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    West of the Rockies says:

    My girlfriend is liking for a thick but well-vented motorcycle jacket. They’re difficult to find. But women’s motorcycle jackets with concealed-carry pockets?… Quite abundant.

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    HinTN says:

    @Steve in the ATL: Come on, man. Scottsboro’s not THAT bad.

    Come on up and over Keith Springs mountain and you’ll be in god’s country.

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    dexwood says:

    @Kayla Rudbek:
    I’d lead with do we really need chicken fuckers in our neighborhood?

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    Jay says:

    @West of the Rockies:

    Technically it’s not.

    Here, it’s a $748 dollar fine.

    But they are asswipes.

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    Jay says:

    @West of the Rockies:

    Good breathable motorcycle safety gear is easy to find, but thick?

    Layer up if you need the warmth.

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    Patricia Kayden says:

    Trump is worse than Wallace:
    And much more dangerous,

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    Duane says:

    @Jay: So you’ve put some thought into this. Well done.

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    Steeplejack says:


    World economy goes into a real downturn, maybe lead led by Europe [. . .].

    Grammar reclamation project for ’19.

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    Neldob says:

    Guess I’m channeling my inner Dan Quayle.

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    A Ghost To Most says:

    @Jay: Here too, but I was coal-rolled twice by different white pickups. White pickup is apparently the American sign for asshole on board.

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    glory b says:

    @schrodingers_cat: recipe? My Mom has a ton of mint in her yard. Every year, she tosses garbage bags full.

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    mrmoshpotato says:

    @West of the Rockies: What useful, non-recreational reason is there for belching out black exhaust?

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    Ohio Mom says:

    @Kayla Rudbek: i’d be concerned about the not-so-gentle aroma of fried grease wafting past my house without end. And extra traffic at all hours. That can’t be good for resale value.

    I know they’re an asshole company. They are easy for me to avoid because at this stage of my life, I’m over fast food. But most big companies are owned by assholes.

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    geg6 says:

    You’re a brave man, John Cole. I worry about our yard signs making us a target, but being next door to the fire department gives us some protection. But to put it on your car, where you live, is very much more brave than I am.

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    @John Cole: Do you have access to a well stocked Indian grocery store like the Patel brothers?
    Bedekar is a good brand. I make my own since the closest Indian store to me is a glorified convenience center and they don’t stock everything.
    I will look up my recipe for proportions but you need cayenne, mustard seeds and turmeric. Some people also add fenugreek seeds.

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    Steve in the ATL says:

    @Ohio Mom: honey baked ham is another Atlanta company owned by right wing religious nuts.

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    joel hanes says:

    @Mary G:

    The story of the active shooter at the Gilroy Garlic festival is correct.
    My granddaughter and her husband and child and her in-laws were there; we got a cell phone call from her while the shooting was still going on.
    One of her sisters-in-law has a graze wound in the head; my granddaughter says it’s not serious, but the wounded have all been taken to the hospital.

    Eleven other known victims.

    This sickness gotta stop.

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    joel hanes says:

    @Jim, Foolish Literalist:

    trump’s shop-keeper’s soul

    Far, far too kind.

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    Kayla Rudbek says:

    @Steve in the ATL: and I’ve known for years about Domino’s being founded by a Catholic RWNJ – Ave Maria, Florida

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    Ohio Mom says:

    @joel hanes: Oh crap, so sorry. The emotional scars are going reverberate through your family for quite a while.

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    Abby Satcher says:

    @Jay: Damn, man, I wanna ride with you!

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    Scuffletuffle says:

    @Jay: Damn, man, I wanna ride with you!

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    Jay says:

    @joel hanes:
    Fuck, fuck, fuck,

    Love and support to everyone.

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    rikyrah says:

    Go Cole.
    Everything looks delicious 😋😋

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    rikyrah says:

    @joel hanes:
    Oh no🙏🙏🙏🙏
    May she heal completely

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    Jay says:


    Years and years ago, I fished with a guy, who’s Dad was famous. Wrote about seasons, ( hint).

    We came across some guys running an illegal net, phoned it in.


    He pointed out to me why he had 1l cans of white gas in his truck.

    Punched holes in it, tossed it under the poachers truck, tossed a match and walked away.

    Direct Action. Poetry in motion.

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    West of the Rockies says:


    I may be misinformed, but I was told that there is some reason for releasing a black cloud of exhaust (diesel engines… something-something… build-up must be released…)

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    Bill Arnold says:

    @A Ghost To Most:

    You haven’t truly experienced redneck douchebagism on the highway until your Prius gets coal-rolled by a jacked up white pickup.

    Not in redneck territory, whew. I sometimes get the a-holes to pass me and drive off at 90 mph in a fury, then let them drive point, follow 200 meters behind. Speed traps are found by them. (A Prius (hatchback) will go fast enough if you’re not a hyper-miler) Feel a little guilty [manipulating] them, but it’s so easy. Mostly it’s conspicuous-consumption-brand cars and SUVs though; wealthy-psychopath-heavy commuting route. They’re not so much interested in punishing apparent virtue-signalling as in showing off their own (in their own minds) class markers.
    (Only bumper sticker (magnetic) ATM says “Don’t Believe Everything You Think”. Which does cause bemused looks and sometimes people back off from tailgating ’cause weird.)

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    Ken says:

    @mrmoshpotato: One of Terry Pratchett’s Discworld books has a line something like “The rise of man was a boon to the Auditors. Here was a species that could be persuaded to shoot itself in the foot.”

    (The Auditors make sure everything follows natural law, and would prefer a universe of rocks moving in neat circles. They despise living things for being unpredictable.)

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    hervevillechaizelounge says:

    @Kayla Rudbek:

    I always call Domino’s the forced birth pizza (which just happens to look and taste like afterbirth); no one is allowed to eat that shit in my house.

    IMHO you should tell the HOA you’re afraid Chick-Fil-A will bring rioting crowds of ANTIFA; nothing tanks property values like cement milkshake projectiles and 24/7 looting.

    Confession: I know everybody hates a purity pony but Mayor Pete’s support of homophobe chicken really irks me. The CEO wants to put his gay ass in a concentration camp but he eats there anyway? The waffle fries are good but I personally love my gay fellow Americans more. To each his own, I guess.

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    CapnMubbers says:

    @Ken: And we’ve been shot in the foot with a 45.

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    joel hanes says:

    granddaughter’s SIL head graze wound may have been more serious than I thought; she was taken in an ambulance
    Her teenage child suffered two completely superficial graze wounds, and drove herself to the hospital.
    Waiting for updates on the SIL.

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    jl says:

    @Steeplejack: Many people are very unfair to my typos. I don’t like the critics.

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    Amir Khalid says:

    @joel hanes:
    Oh dear. I hope it turns out not too bad. I’m sending positive thoughts out your family’s way.

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    Yarrow says:

    @joel hanes: Sending good thoughts for your granddaughter’s SIL and child and all involved. What a terrible thing to happen. Please keep us posted.

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    Felanius Kootea says:

    @joel hanes: Hope she recovers fully. How frightening.

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    SiubhanDuinne says:

    @joel hanes:

    That’s terrible. I’m so sorry, and will hope their wounds are superficial. Please update as you get information.

    Yeah, this is sick.

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    SiubhanDuinne says:


    Years and years ago, I fished with a guy, who’s Dad was famous. Wrote about seasons, ( hint).

    You went fishing with Vivaldi’s son?

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