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June 14, 2016 by kingbee
when i first happened upon joeuser in april 2004, it was a maelstrom election year politics in which no aspect--no matter how seemingly trivial or mundane--seemed to pass without comment. so how to explain why, despite months of absolute batshit lunacy to date, all of which is almost certain to be eclipsed every hour of every day from now until election day, no one here seems to have anything to say. 
April 30, 2011 by kingbee
really???? someone needs to tell those poor misspoken singing crows they were wrong.  seeing an elephant fly ain't even close to having seen everything
August 28, 2010 by kingbee
Oh Fatherland, Fatherland, Show us the sign Your children have waited to see. The morning will come When the world is mine. Tomorrow belongs to me! --Lander & Ebb
June 29, 2010 by kingbee
again last week we had to confront the approaching inevitability of a future with no dick. were dick cheney able to devise a workaround for evading mortality, i'm positive he'd keep kickin it here til the galaxy's final light was extinguished.  absent that, he--like each of us--continues moving forward into the past. immediately after he's no longer around, we'll find ourselves amidst an emotional maelstrom far more intense than last week's.  overwhelmed by sturm und drang mit ...
May 30, 2010 by kingbee
although i haven't posted here for a while, i do occasionally manage to make a little time for myself and drop by long enough to see who's ranting about what.  most recently it was yesterday morning just before being engulfed for the next 12 hours in the tedious labyrinth of winmerging two infinite groups of barely unique files.  during that ten minutes or so, while enjoying the perfect lunacy that is teabag nation, i noticed someone postulating something about the president as foll...
July 26, 2009 by kingbee
  even before he was inaugurated, i began having concerns about obama's presidency. among the troubling questions i tried to avoid asking myself were these:  1. would any halfway intelligent, mentally competent person willingly agree to take office of any sort--much less the oval one--in the midst of what's generally considered (so far) one of the worst 8 financial crises in america's history? 2. is it really that much wiser to: spend a lotta time carefully analyzing p...
May 23, 2009 by kingbee
call me psychic.  or psychotic.  or both. wayyyyyy back in 2005, i began telling people i was positive dick cheney would run for president.  my basis for that prediction was three-fold: a. he said he wouldn't. b. in his mind, nobody else was nearly as capable or even willing to shore up the bush-cheney administration's legacy. regarding point a, one need only look back to recall how he wound up on the ticket with dubbya.  after declaring he was not going to seek t...
April 8, 2009 by kingbee
i should be awarded a degree in fristian long-distance diagnosis because i saw this one coming months ago.    fact is, i'm feeling a tiny pang of sympathy for the man--maybe even something perhaps approaching the far outer limits of regret. i've yet to meet a single person so competent and capable i could say with any certainty "so-and-so prolly never has and never will find him- or herself slumping back home laden with the weight of having screwed not just the pooch but the ...
December 8, 2007 by kingbee
prior to reagan taking office, disparaging the so-called mainstream media was strictly a rightwing sport. these days, proponents of every political position--including those at mid-center--seemed fully convinced print & broadcast journalists are simultaneously totally ignoring and actively targeting them and only them. ask 50 people to identify the dreaded msm and i've no doubt you'll wind up with no fewer than 50 ...
July 6, 2007 by kingbee
i dunno if you've recently seen one of those color-coded national weather maps so i'm posting one captured within the past hour.  as you can see, the whole damn country is hot as hell.  wouldn't surprise me if areas shown in that scary purplish color aren't, in fact, official hell remote locations.  i don't recall from past summers seeing this sorta map totally saturated in orange, red and beyond (not that i can recall ever actually or intentionally focusing any attent...
July 4, 2007 by kingbee
six months after robert novak spotlighted valerie plame, our justice department--charged with determining who told whom when and why--launched its investigation.  while wowin the yokels at a press conference, shortly thereafter, ol honest george told us exactly what he planned to do: "If there's a leak out of my administration, I want to know who it is. If the person has violated law, that person will be taken care of." truer words was never spoke. i'm all for this k...
April 15, 2007 by kingbee
finally--after years of concerted effort and outrageous cash outlays to no apparent avail--some results!  without having to do anything out of the ordinary (for, like, keith richards),  i'm increasingly able to forget shit.  pragmatist that i am, i'm not at all bothered by the possibility it may be nothing more than post-pre-early-onset senility.  whatever works. thus it was doubly cool seeing former senator bill bradley last night (3/13/07) on bill maher's 'real time'.&n...
November 24, 2006 by kingbee
on monday (11/20/060) the national park service announced its intention to continue  perrmiting use of yellowstone national park by as many as 720 snowmobiles per day.  nearly four years of ongoing intensive studies of snowmobile impact on yellowstone's ecosystem by the agency's own scientists have so far cost us $8 million dollars and generated three reports, all of which have concluded snowmobiles produce unacceptable levels of air pollution and noise.   other federal a...
November 20, 2006 by kingbee
samsung and korea university have moved forward into the past and built one of those things only ever seen previously in asian sci-fi movies: a robot sentry armed with a 5.5 machinegun for deployment along the dmz.   it sees with two zooming cameras (regular for daytime, infrared for nite), issues commands through a speaker system and is claimed to be able to tell the difference between humans and like trees n stuff (a talent which still eludes some live domestic security guards). ...
October 21, 2006 by kingbee
would she have the same appeal if her name was condaleeza noodles? Link on an almost totally dissimilar note,  can anyone explain why this article Link has been place in the politics > democrat category?