Wednesday, July 27, 2016

I always wondered what happened to them?


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17 comments:

Methadras said...

They are all funny memes, but this is just facebook/twitter/troll fodder and does zero to promote anything.

Evi L. Bloggerlady said...

That's funny.

Trooper York said...

I just thought that it was funny.

The Powerline Dolts have trashed their brand with their unreasoning hatred of the Donald. Their own comm enters beat them up every day. They shit the bed and now they have to lie in it.

Something they share with a whole bunch of so called "conservative" bloggers and pundits.

Adamsunderground said...

The music video for "Safe and Sound" by Capital Cities borrows the idea of a photographic portal to the past from The Shining.

Adamsunderground said...

Look: Fauxchahontas plagiarizing Laura Ingraham.

Where did that come from?

edutcher said...

Agree with Troop on Power Line.

They were good once, but they lost it over not so much the One true Ted or Jeb!, but just hating on Trump for its own sake.

I've heard Ace has come around, but that's a problem, I suppose. You become important and you let it get to you.

Happens a lot.

Trooper York said...

That's the thing eddie. A lot of these guys have become the pompous twits that they used to satirize. Most of them have joined the "tone-police" and worry more about how Trump acts than what he is for.

Vox Day get's it perfectly when discussing Jonah Goldberg (another pundit who has lost it):

That's just it, Jonah. You didn't fight the good fight. You fought the wrong fight. As a conservative opinion leader, you didn't manage to conserve one single damn thing, and even more damning, many of your opinions changed over time with the progressive tide. Now you're choosing to side with the globalists and the progressives because you were never on the side of Americans at all. You fought the wrong fight and now you've chosen the wrong side.

edutcher said...

Well, it's going to get better. Going after Trump and his shout out to Poot,the Ozark Mafia admits the email scandals is a national security issue.

Here's the tweet where they admit it.

ricpic said...

I think Clinton made a mistake going with bland Kaine instead of crazy Warren. God knows I don't understand my fellow Americans. Who knows how they would react to the fake Injun agitator? I mean they might love her and be energized by her as opposed to being dis-energized by soporific Kaine. Did you know that my favorite writer, Bill Saroyan, once wrote a manifesto in which he proposed dis-inspiring people (well, his readers) in order to put them in a less stressed, more peaceful state of mind? Of course you didn't know that. Nor do you care ha ha ha.

Sixty Grit said...

I always struggle to recall anything by Saroyan that I have ever read - I am pretty sure I have skipped his work. I did see "The Time of Your Life" with William Bendix, James Cagney, Ward Bond and Broderick Crawford, who was typecast as "bewildered". I think I fell asleep about halfway through that movie - good job, Bill.

How about Saroyan's ex-wife marrying Walter Matthau, eh? That's some juicy Hollywood gossip from 1959, right?

ricpic said...

Walter Matthau may have been a great comic actor but I can't get past the fact that he putdown short guys like Bill Saroyan and me. That may be of no interest to you or to the other hotshots at Lem's but it's of interest to me and WHAT ELSE COUNTS?!

Sixty Grit said...

Billy S. was rockin' a bad-ass Armenian mustache, regardless of how tall he was.

As for short - it's all relative, am I right? Ask an Irishman.

ricpic said...

Her first name was Carol. I'm not sure what her maiden name was, Marcus I think. Anyway, she was what is described as "luminous." There are such women, they give off light. And Saroyan fell helplessly in love with her and married her even though he was about 35 at the time and she was 18. A disaster in the making right there. But here's the kicker: she lied to him and it drove him nuts, he couldn't stand it that she lied to him. Well, what did he expect?! Comes with the territory. Divorced her. Remarried her. Final divorce. The rest of his life was post mortem effects.

Sixty Grit said...

Wikipedia has the story told from at least 3 perspectives. Kind of a Rashômon kind of thing...

edutcher said...

ricpic said...

Her first name was Carol. I'm not sure what her maiden name was, Marcus I think. Anyway, she was what is described as "luminous."

Google Carol Grace.

Sixty Grit said...

Use Bing - Google is a government agency.

Trooper York said...

They say that Walter had an impressive schlong. In Milton Berle/Forrest Tucker territory. Just sayn'

Sometimes the simplest explanation is the right one.