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Citizen On Citizen Crime

Posted in Georgia History, Library of Congress, Undogegorized by chamblee54 on July 31, 2016







There is a lot of angry talk about police killing citizens. Freeways are being blocked, protesters are marching, and facebook is full of memes. People just don’t have the same passion when citizens kill other citizens. Pictures for this feature are from The Library of Congress.

What follows is a list of citizen on citizen shooting. These links were taken from WSB TV. This is one week, in one metro area. For the purposes of this report, the race of the participants will not be discussed. If you want to know what color the people are, you can click on the link.

Man shot, killed in argument outside gas station Two men were dating the same woman. After the incident. the shooter asked bystanders to call the police. Gwinnett County.
Bryce McCallum was shot to death by his stepfather. Cherokee County
Journey Jones was killed at a Stone Mountain apartment complex. Police say the shooting may be drug related. A friend of the victim says it may be gang related.

Gloria Starr-Armour was caught in crossfire, while waiting to get in her Hapeville apartment complex.
Antonio Gray was shot dead in Union City. “… interviewing witnesses to sort out what happened.”
Robert Troy Phillips and Heather Phillips were found shot to death in their Hall County home. Mr. Phillips was “a former Hall County commission candidate.”

Girl, 14, shot at party in DeKalb County; Somebody was asked to leave a party for middle school kids. Later, someone arrived at the house, and started shooting. The young lady is going to recover.
Police: Homeowner shoots, kills break-in suspect Gwinnett County
Man found shot to death behind daycare. Cobb County






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Babe, Hank, Barry, And Joe

Posted in Georgia History, Library of Congress by chamblee54 on July 30, 2016







Barry Bonds was about to break the lifetime record for home runs. Folks said the record was tainted because of steroid use, and because Mr. Bonds was not a nice man. There were calls for an asterisk in the record book. This was odd to PG, who was in Georgia when Hank Aaron broke the home run record in 1974. Back then, the line was that Babe Ruth had fewer at bats than Mr. Aaron. A lot of hateful things were said about Mr. Aaron before home run 714.

PG decided to take a look at the metrics. This post is the result. As a bonus to the reader(s), Joe Torre and Hank Aaron gets a summer rerun. It is based on a column by Furman Bisher, who went to the press box in the sky March 18, 2012. Pictures are from The Library of Congress. This is a repost.

There is a certain controversy these days about the eminent breaking of the lifetime home run record. Currently held by Hank Aaron, the record is threatened by Barry Bonds. Before Mr. Aaron held the title, Babe Ruth was the owner.

Controversy about the lifetime home run record is nothing new. In 1974, when Hank Aaron was about to break the record, the admirers of Babe Ruth said that Mr. Ruth had fewer at bats than Mr. Aaron did. Many attributed this criticism to racism, with a black man besting a white man’s record. The current controversy is two fold. There are allegations that Mr. Bonds took steroids to make him stronger, and that he “cheated”. There are also concerns about the personality of Mr. Bonds.

PG does not think steroid use is a big deal. Ballplayers are abusing their bodies to perform, and if they take the risk of using steroids, that is their business. Many people disagree.

A good question to ask is, would Babe Ruth and Hank Aaron have used steroids if they had the chance? Mr. Ruth was a wildman, who drank during prohibition, and was known for undisciplined behavior. Mr. Aaron played in an era where steroid use was not as common as it is today. The answer to the first question is (Mr. Ruth) probably and (Mr. Aaron) who knows.

While you are keeping hypocrisy statistics, Mr. Aaron and Mr. Bonds played on television, where beer commercials were constant. While alcohol is legal, it is a very damaging drug. Any ballplayer who plays on television promotes its use. This is both steroid users, and non users.

As for personalities, there is the widely circulated story about the college team that Mr. Bonds played on voting 22-3 to kick him off the team. At the very least, he does not charm sportswriters.

In 1917, Babe Ruth was suspended for hitting an umpire. He was known for his outlandish behavior throughout his career. It should also be noted that he played in an era when the press did not scrutinize the behavior of players. How would today’s media treat Babe Ruth?

PG once heard a radio show caller say that Hank Aaron was a mean racist, who would just as soon cut your throat as look at you. He had never heard this said out loud before, but had heard hints about Mr. Aaron’s personality over the years. People who achieve great things are not always friendly.

Mr. Aaron is the only one of the three that PG met, however briefly. In July of 1965, the Milwaukee Braves came to Atlanta to play an exhibition game in Atlanta Stadium. After the game, PG was allowed to wait outside the clubhouse, to get autographs from the players as they left. Joe Torre saw the crowd, hid behind a truck, and made a quick getaway. Hank Aaron came out, patiently signing every autograph, while smoking a cigarette.

The fact is, all three men played in different eras. Babe Ruth never played at night, never flew to California, and only played against white players…many of the most talented players of his era were in the Negro League. Hank Aaron played before free agency, interleague play, the DH, and widespread use of steroids. The only way to determine who is the home run champion is to count how many homers are hit, and award the prize to the man who hits the most.

Which of the three made the most money? Barry Bonds, by a wide margin. He played in the free agent era. Babe Ruth had the best line about his salary. In 1930 Ruth was asked by a reporter what he thought of his yearly salary of $80,000 being more than President Hoover’s $75,000. He replied “yea, but I had a better year than he did.”

Who played on the most teams to win a World Series? Babe Ruth 7, Hank Aaron 1, Barry Bonds 0.

The career of Babe Ruth was a long time ago. He made a greater impact on America that the other two combined. He was one of the first sports superstars, as America emerged from the carnage of World War One. Mr. Ruth broke the single season home run record, he hit 29 homers. The next year, he hit 54. There is a possibility of a livelier baseball.

Babe Ruth captured the imagination of America like few personalities ever have. Playing in New York (which dominated the press) did not hurt. He was a man of his times…it is unlikely than anyone could have that kind of impact on today’s superstar saturated America. While his record has been broken, his place in the history of baseball is the same.

UPDATE: As of July, 2016, the lifetime home run leaders were: Barry Bonds, 762, Hank Aaron, 755, Babe Ruth, 714, Alex Rodriguez, 696. Mr. Rodriguez is said to have used steroids.







Furman Bisher has a piece at the fishwrapper site about Joe Torre. (The link no longer works.) The punch line is that Mr. Torre “grew up” when the Braves traded him to St. Louis. PG was a kid when this was going on, and did not hear a lot of what went on.

In 1965, the Braves played a lame duck year in Milwaukee before moving to Atlanta. One night, there was an exhibition game at Atlanta Stadium, the Braves against the Yankees. PG got his oh so patient dad to take him to the clubhouse after the game, to get autographs. In those days, you could go into the bowels of the stadium and wait outside the locker room. Hank Aaron signed dozens of autographs while smoking a cigarette. Joe Torre came out, hid behind a truck, and took off running.

Mr. Torre was a raccoon eyed catcher for the Braves. In the first regular season game in 1966, he hit two home runs, in a thirteen inning loss. Soon, the novelty of big league baseball in a toilet shaped stadium wore off. Mr. Torre got at least one DUI, and a reputation as a barroom brawler. He was traded to St. Louis in 1968. Mr. Torre hit .373, and won the national league MVP in 1971.

The comments to the feature by Furman Bisher were interesting. Cecil 34 contributes
“The reason that Torre was traded is because on the team’s charter flight back to Atlanta back in 68, a drunken Torre got into a fistfight with Aaron. Aaron popped off to Torre, and thus the fight was on, broken up by the other players. Since Aaron was the face of the franchise at the time, Torre was traded. There had been bad blood between them for years before this incident anyway. Reasons vary. But the final nail in the coffin was this fistfight. I was told Torre could pack a punch and Aaron came out on the worse end of it.”
There has been whispering for years about Hank Aaron and his attitude. Furman Bisher made hints once or twice, but there was never anything of substance. It seems that Mr. Aaron does not lack for self confidence. Mr. Aaron was the subject of much racially based abuse while chasing the home run record in 1973, and some anger is justified.

Hank Aaron was known to not get along with Rico Carty. Mr. Carty is a dark skinned man from the Dominican Republic, who was popular with fans. Mr. Carty was eventually traded. Rico Carty had a barbecue restaurant on Peachtree Road in Chamblee, next door to the Park and Shop.

Joe Torre was the manager of the Braves in the early eighties. The team won a divisional title in 1982, but lost the NLCS. This was after Ted Turner bought the team. Mr. Turner fired Mr. Torre in 1984.

Getting back to the comment thread, Misterwax contributes
“Turner cut Joe Torre loose because Ted was in love with Henry Aaron and Aaron thought Joe Torre was a white supremacist….A hangover from the clubhouse days when they were teammates…still does today. And THAT is the only reason he was cut…because Hank Aaron said so.”
Hank Aaron was recently quoted on Barry Bonds and Steroids. Joe Torre retired as manager of the Los Angeles Dodgers in 2010. He won four World Series as manager of the New York Yankees. Furman Bisher outlived Bear Bryant by 26 years, passing away March 18, 2012. Selah.






#InspireaWriterIn5Words

Posted in Poem by chamblee54 on July 29, 2016

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Don’t Touch My Stuff Sir

Posted in Uncategorized by chamblee54 on July 28, 2016

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There is a video making the rounds. It supposedly proves the existence of racial profiling. The only thing this video proves is the gullibility of people.

It opens in a city park. It is a bright, sunny day. A young man is trying to break a bicycle chain. He uses a saw, and bolt cutters. He spends over an hour on the job, and a hundred people pass by. No one makes an issue about it. A reporter talks to people, and gets their reaction. No one suspects anything.

To begin with, a real thief is not going to spend an hour working on a bike. He probably won’t openly operate in a sunny city park. There probably is not a reporter nearby. The bike is chained to a short road sign. It would be easy to lift the bike over the sign.

The first actor goes away, and the second actor comes in. The shadows don’t seem any different in the park. The second actor is dressed similarly to the first, except for the extra melanin. Yea, this is about how the white guy gets away with inept thievery, and the black guy gets questioned.

Soon, there is a crowd around the young black man. People are asking him whether he owns the bike. A man “whips out a cell phone, and calls 911.” He is standing next to the actor, who continues to saw.

It gets better. The actor rides off in the bike, then it is chained back to the sign. The experiment begins again. An old white man confronts the actor, and picks up the tools. What happens next? If you have ever caught a thief, you know that at this point all hell breaks loose. The thief will start yelling, or pull a knife, or start major trouble. But in this video, the bike thief actor says, politely, “Please sir, please sir, don’t touch my stuff sir”.

This video is a scripted piece of entertainment. It is a fantasy. It has nothing to do with the reality of crime and theft. It is not even very good acting. Pictures are from The Library of Congress. This is a repost. UPDATE: When this feature was originally posted, PG was immediately unfriended by the person who posted the video on facebook.

Another issue with the video is the business of staging fake crimes, to illustrate videos about social justice issues. There is enough crime already. Police don’t need to be bothered with people staging fake crimes to make their point about social justice issues.

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Wawa Wars

Posted in Library of Congress, Politics, Undogegorized by chamblee54 on July 27, 2016

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There is a rumor that Fox News turkey Sean Hannity was booed out of a Wawa sandwich shop in downtown Philadelphia last night. The story is almost certainly not true. This does not stop people from believing. @AngryBlackLady “that’s the most amazing story I’ve ever heard. LMAO. My Philly peeps don’t fuck around.”

ABL posted an 18 part tweetathon about the incident. The source was @EmoNegro1. “Join me as I tell the stories very important people don’t want you to know about! #SATIRE” The last word of that profile is important. Here is the story.

‏@EmoNegro1 “01-My sources told me what REALLY happened to make Sean Hannity get booed out of the Wawa! ~ 02-Well, my source says Sean Hannity came up in the Wawa, cut everybody in the line & demanded they make him a cheesesteak hoagie. NOW. ~ 03-So Sean Hannity cuts everybody in liine & starts demanding they fix him a cheesesteak hoagie RIGHT NOW & people weren’t happy! ~ 04-So this black guy (who I think was a DNC attendee) said “Ay, the line starts back there.” ~ 05-Hannity told him he was in a hurry, he had a very important job to get back to & to let Tanikqua fix his sandwich so he can get back to work ~ 06-The Wawa worker’s name was Ashley. Ashley told Hannity, sir my name is ASHLEY and he had to order his hoagie from the computer station & his number would be called when ready. ~ 07-The black guy in line said “What you not gone do is disrespect people up in here & what you not gone do is cut people in this line.” ~ 08-So Hannity said “You sound like a Black Lives Matter guy, are you a Black Lives Matter guy? Are you from Ferguson? Are you from Baltimore?” ~ 09-That’s when everybody head turned around. One lady said “Hey what does Black Lives Matter have to do with you cutting in the line?” ~ 10-Hannity said “This is the culture of lawlessness the Obamas & Black Lives Matter have taught you people.” ~ 11-That’s when it was on. One lady said “You people?” while somebody else said “Put some respeck on Barack name” ~ 12-And Hannity was hollering for the manager, but sadly for him the manager on duty was black and told Hannity to leave. ~ 13-No white people in the Wawa came to Hannity’s defense, either. They all just looked away. They weren’t trying to have their ass beat! ~ 14-The people started booing Hannity & telling him to get the fuck outta there. ~ 15-Hannity told them “Do you know who I am? I’m Sean Hannity!” Well that didn’t help matters any! ~ 16-The manager told Hannity he needed to leave before he called the police & Hannity said Oh NOW you people want to call the police! ~ 17-My source says the manager gave Hannity a look like “You Tried It!” and hustled him out of the door! ~ 18-And that’s the story of how Sean Hannity got ran up out of the Wawa in downtown Philly!”

Many people are not familiar with @Wawa Is Barbwa Wawa an investor? When PG asked Mr. Google about Wawa, he was directed to Wawa Asian Spa. “Don’t walk, run from the Wawa Spa. $60 for massage plus almost double extra for tips. 2 minute massage then wants to get to business and rush you out of there. Masseuse was 35+. Definitely not worth the money.”

Sean Hannity worked in Atlanta before he hit the big time. One day, the “great american” rode in a parade downtown. PG followed him around for a few blocks, with a blank stare. Finally, the announcer said “are we having fun yet?” Pictures today are from The Library of Congress. “Return of W. E. “Pusseyfoot” Johnson to Westerville, Ohio, from London, England, April 24, 1920″

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Anger And Loud Talk

Posted in Poem by chamblee54 on July 26, 2016

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Hanky Panky

Posted in GSU photo archive, Undogegorized by chamblee54 on July 25, 2016

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Pence is another Cheney, designed to be in charge, while Trump is the Bush/trojan horse, designated to win the election ~ Ryan O’Neil was a horrible casting decision. ~ d for dick @okmariIyn why send nudes when u can send me dogs??? ~ @dasvons @EricaJong It’s 2016. Our president is black. we should be better than screaming racist every time we see something we don’t like ~ did you spell Pterodactyl without spell check? ~ Account suspended This account has been suspended. Learn more about why Twitter suspends accounts, or return to your timeline. ~ Home Improvement Project Person In Excess ~ The views expressed in this article are those of the author and do not necessarily represent the views of, and should not be attributed to, Polygon as an organization. ~ is “vermin harborage” rodents in the kitchen or humans in the dining room? ~ Are you talking about Republicans,or BLM? I think you mean Republicans. The trouble is, a lot of those items apply to BLM as well. ~ Nothing says Summer Reading like one of my books ~ I can offer three more. A Health crisis for Hillary Clinton. Alienating white voters by screaming racist too often. Choosing an idiot as Vice President. An economic meltdown ~ @VeryShortStory Standing in front of you, I protected you from the gunman, but as the bullet approached, I saw it had your name on it, and stepped aside. ~ those who like to call out others do not like to be called out ~ I don’t know. Extra marital hanky panky did not hurt Bill Clinton or Jesse Jackson. Granted, they did not *play* as wildly as DJT. On the other hand, two-wrongs-make-a-right rhetoric is out of control for both liberals and conservatives, white and black, police and BLM, and any other competing identity groups that engage in questionable logic to make their point. ~ like thrift store, where you wade through mountains of garbage only to find a few gems ~ “My point here is, first, the Constitution is, according to its reading, an anti-slavery document; and, secondly, to dissolve the Union, as a means to abolish slavery, is about as wise as it would be to burn up this city, in order to get the thieves out of it. But again, we hear the motto, ‘no union with slave-holders;’ and I answer it, as the noble champion of liberty, N. P. Rogers, answered it with a more sensible motto, namely—’No union with slave-holding.’ I would unite with anybody to do right; and with nobody to do wrong.” Six years after he said this, the Union was dissolved. ” ~ The staged politi-drama between Hitlery and Orange Jesus compares to the struggle over slavery like …. ~ @The_Saunatarian ~ as anyone ever asked Hillary if she has had an abortion? ~ this post wins the overheated purple prose award for the next Warholian fifteen minutes ~ Do you know what your problem is? You enjoy telling other people what their problem is. ~ more overblown adjective abuse per square inch than anything this side of ~ 6 ways djt could win: 1-HRC health issues 2-economic meltdown 3- war 4- terror attack 5- electoral college misfire 6- hurricane season ~ You gave a monolog a few years ago, “Pink Taffeta.” You said that the people who once told you to stand up, and speak up, now tell you to sit down and be quiet. Maybe you should dig up that dress, and make a video of this post. ~ The man in Gassaway Tennessee said he was breathing, for sure … spell check suggestion for Gassaway is Passageway ~ observing the difference between there and their is not oppression ~ Can I get to touch your butt because of good intentions? ~ 1 @EWErickson at 615pm you said you had a quote that would offend liberals i listened to 15 minutes of news/traffic/commercials 2 @EWErickson 10 minutes of you talking and never did hear the quote i gave up when i arrived at dinner ~ Not only should you not plagiarize, you should show a source for your information. According to my English 102 teacher, this is a form of plagiarism. Saying “google it” does not work. ~ Milo is no angel I suspect this suspension is more for past performances – @gopackjo one tweet said to support lesdogg by seeing ghostbusters – i suspect is what this is really all about … movie promotion ~ How To Protect Your Watermelon Farm ~ @mbsycamore 1 in feb 1992 ga gov zell miller introduced bill clinton at a campaign rally afterwards, “zig zag zell” was talking to someone @mbsycamore 2 said clinton was sure to win ga primary someone said hypothetically what if he doesn’t win zig zag zell said hypothetical @mbsycamore 3 does not exist hypothetically if my uncle was a woman he would be my aunt. ~ Knowing the difference between there and their is not oppression. ~ Not everyone has the luxury.~ This whole escapade seems to be an orchestrated effort to promote a movie. @Lesdogg is probably hanging out with Milo at the hair salon now, laughing at how gullbile everybody is. ~ An 18-Hour Playlist of Readings by the Beats: Kerouac, Ginsberg & Even Bukowski Too ~ Leslie Jones Is Shining A Light On A Major Problem With Twitter ~ Misogynoir: where racism and sexism meet ~ grammar troll ~ Leslie Jones’ Twitter abuse is a deliberate campaign of hate ~ Twitter Just Permanently Suspended Conservative Writer Milo Yiannopoulos ~ @Lesdoggg ~ Milo Suspended Permanently by Twitter Minutes Before ‘Gays For Trump’ Party At RNC ~ Leslie Jones’ Tweets on Monday Night Were a Powerful Response to an Insane Torrent of Hate ~ Leslie Jones Defends Her ‘Ghostbusters’ Character After Racial Controversy Arises Over New Trailer ~ jones ~ 1937.” ~ ‘Ghostbusters’ star Leslie Jones flees social media after racist trolls repeatedly call her an ‘ape’ ~ any large social movement is going to bring out psychopaths ~ Milo Yiannopoulos Has Been Permanently Suspended from Twitter ~ video ~ Police Kill Too Many People—White and Black ~ Reducing police-involved shooting & “The List” ~ Passing for Politics ~ Atlanta mayor rejects demand to end Israel police training ~ Exposed: Years-long effort to blame Israel for U.S. police shootings of blacks ~ Brookhaven Police Department ~ “Deputy Chief Juan Grullon, Jr., ~ terror ~ “In Washington D.C. ~ Father: Son killed shielding teens from gunfire at house party ~ 15 things cops wish the public knew about policing ~ Two white women launch ‘White Nonsense Roundup’ to unburden people of color ~ milo gets down ~ The promotion of that movie ~ Library of Congress. ~ your white cisgender boyfriend can’t save you from the end of the world ~ Why Grammar Snobbery Has No Place in the Movement ~ pictures for this monday morning perversion excursion are from “The Special Collections and Archives, Georgia State University Library”. ~ selah ~

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Grammar Oppression

Posted in GSU photo archive, Quotes, Race, The English Language by chamblee54 on July 24, 2016

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An MF writer (Melissa A. Fabello) at Everyday Feminism chimes in today with Why Grammar Snobbery Has No Place in the Movement. She means a social justice movement, not a bowel movement. The two movements have a similar aroma.

With more and more people using written english, there are more grammar mistakes. Some people enjoy pointing these out. The EF post says that such behavior is elitist, privileged, and yes, racist. The distinction between written, and spoken, is not made.

“So, if a person wrote a Facebook comment that said “That their was an example of cissexism,” a prescriptive grammarian might comment back, “I think you mean ‘there,’” and a descriptive grammarian might respond, “You understood what they meant.” And while both schools are accepted forms of linguistic thought, it’s important to note that any time we create a hierarchy by positioning one thing as “better” than another, we’re being oppressive.” (“That there” sounds clumsy and ignorant, even using the correct “there.”)

“Ghanaian blogger Delalorm Semabia, in a conversation about the eradication of “the Queen’s English” in Ghana, explained, “The idea that intelligence is linked to English pronunciation is a legacy from colonial thinking.” And this is precisely where we need to start this conversation. As educated (and – okay – snarky) activists, we’re quick to respond to “According to the dictionary” arguments with “Who wrote the dictionary, though?” We understand that a reference guide created by a white supremacist, heteropatriarchal system does nothing but uphold that status quo. Similarly, we have to use that line of thinking when talking about the English language: Who created the rules? And who benefits from them? As per usual, what this comes down to is an issue of privilege (of course!). In fact, grammar snobbery comes down to an intersection of multiple privileges.

…You’ve probably never given much thought to this, aside perhaps from believing that you speak “correctly” and that everyone else who speaks a different type of English than you do speaks the language “wrong.” And perhaps you’ve noticed how often “those people” are people of color. And we (as a society) denounce any form of the language that isn’t “white” enough. Umm, that’s racist.”

English is a living, evolving language. Spoken english changes faster than written english. The written form, devoid of vocal inflection and facial expressions, is more dependent on rules of grammar to communicate.

As different people use english, they develop different ways of speaking. Many of the phrases that are common today began as slang in ethnic populations. As time goes on, these phrases become accepted as standard english. (Some see this use of “other culture’s expressions” as cultural appropriation. PG is neutral in that debate.)

The rules for written english are slower to change. At what point do we criticize the grammar of others? It can be a useful rhetorical tactic, along with -splaning what the person really meant. Or do we just accept that some people are not privileged enough to use good grammar? (There is a certain condescension in excusing the bad grammar of others because of their background. “Oh, they can’t help not knowing that, because they is a poor oppressed POC.”)

In the list of grammar nazi privileges, MF quotes Kurt Vonnegut. PG likes to research quotes, and found a reddit page about the passage. The full quote (MF only used one sentence.) “First rule: Do not use semicolons. They are transvestite hermaphrodites representing absolutely nothing. All they do is show you’ve been to college. And I realize some of you may be having trouble deciding whether I am kidding or not. So from now on I will tell you when I’m kidding.” And yes, Kurt Vonnegut does use semicolons in his work.

Pictures are from “The Special Collections and Archives, Georgia State University Library”. “Photographs taken at a horse show in Atlanta, Georgia, 1937.” UPDATE: There was an twitter exchange with the person who tweeted about the article: Knowing the difference between there and their is not oppression. ~ Not everyone has the luxury.

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When In Doubt Shut Up

Posted in Library of Congress, Undogegorized by chamblee54 on July 24, 2016

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When you publish a list like the one below, you are placing a target on your back. Above the bulls-eye is the word hypocrite. PG does not claim to take all of these suggestions. What follows is a goal to work for, not a script for situation comedy. This is a repost, and should not melt any snowflakes. Most people will think it is about someone else. If your head starts to hurt, skip over the text and look at the pictures, from the The Library of Congress.

When in doubt, shut up.

A halo is best worn over one ear.

If you want to be forgiven, forgive. If you want to be understood, understand.

There are few situations that cannot be made worse with anger and loud talk.

You have two ears and one mouth. Listen twice as much as you talk.

A douche is a hygiene appliance. The verb form refers to using this device for cleaning purposes. Neither the noun, nor the verb, is appropriate as an insult.

A sentence has one period, placed at the end. Do not place a period after every word to make a point. You should find another way to show that you really, really mean it.

Not everyone enjoys the sound of your voice as much as you do.

Ass is a noun. It refers to either a donkey, or a butt. It is not an adverb, nor an adjective. Do not place ass between an adjective and a noun.

Before you “call out” somebody for “racism”, drape a towel over your mirror.

The third commandment says to not use the word G-d “in vain”. The G word should only be used for worship, and respectful discussion. Improper uses include expressing anger, swearing, selling life insurance, and pledging “allegiance” to a symbol of nationalism.

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Gayest Neo-Fascist Rally

Posted in Library of Congress, Politics, Undogegorized by chamblee54 on July 23, 2016

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I’m With The Banned hit the innertubes recently. It is the story of how “a radical queer feminist leftist writer *burdened* with actual principles” attended the “Gays for Trump” party at the Republican National Convention. It is 2876 words of overwrought prose. In an effort to get this material to the public, here is a condensed version.
This is a story about how trolls took the wheel of the clown car … swank black trollmobile to the gayest neo-fascist rally at the RNC. … Milo Yiannopoulos is a charming devil and one of the worst people I know. … the clown car of the billionaire demagogue who, with ghoulishly oedipal glee, Milo calls ‘Daddy.’ … Milo slides into the front seat, all bleach and bling and giant sunglasses—I won’t get to see his eyes all evening. … According to the law of the wild web, the spoils go to those with fewest fucks to give (An ironic comment when used to describe Milo Y. Maybe the old saying is true… those who talk the most, do the least.) … A choreographed performance by a career sociopath who will claim any cause to further his legend. Milo Yiannopoulos is the ideological analogue of Kim Kardashian’s rear end. … the delighted Twitter martyr’s Reservoir Dogs strut through to the VIP room—a carpeted ballroom on the seventh floor of hell full of manic trolls and smug neo-fascists from every slimy corner of the internet. … Over by the bar, Geert Wilders, the Dutch far-right leader, is having a nice chat with two republicans of the sort who look like they’ve been poured into their suits. I realise that I have stumbled into a den of goblins. … most obviously disturbed member of the neo-right suicide squad in attendance. … And there is Daryush Valizadeh, also known as Roosh V, self-styled leader in the “neo-masculinity” movement, author of a suspicious stack of sex travel guides and headline-hunting nano-celebrity in the world of ritualised internet misogyny. … he’s negging me. … crucible of A-list internet con-men is playing. It’s the game of turning raw rage into political currency, the unscrupulous whorebaggery of the troll gone pro. (At some point, Hunter S. Thompson observed that “when the going gets weird, the weird turn pro.” This has devolved into “the unscrupulous whorebaggery of the troll gone pro.) … These people do not have personalities, they have haircuts. Ugly ones. … The news draws cheers from the assembled Gamergate goons whose masculinity is so fragile that they believe the new Ghostbusters film to be an active identity threat. (This might be a reference to the recent spat between Milo Y. and Leslie Jones. This was the presumed reason for twitter banning Milo Y. The promotion of that movie has morphed into an SJW cause.) … They ventriloquise the fear of millions into a scream of fire in the crowded theatre of modernity where all the doors are locked, and then they watch the stampede, and they smile for the cameras. … This is an evil place, airless and soulless as the inside of Pamela Geller’s head. … … weaponised insincerity is applied to structured ignorance. … culture war is being run in bad faith by bad actors who are running way off-script, and it’s barely begun, and there are going to be a lot of refugees.
One of the comments said “G-d, I hope everyone in America reads this.” Pictures today are from the Library of Congress. “Anti-Saloon League at Washington, D.C., Dec. 8, 1921”

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Hilarious Hypocrite

Posted in Poem by chamblee54 on July 23, 2016

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Complains Of My Gab

Posted in Uncategorized by chamblee54 on July 22, 2016

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