“Soft despotism is a term coined by Alexis de Tocqueville describing the state into which a country overrun by "a network of small complicated rules" might degrade. Soft despotism is different from despotism (also called 'hard despotism') in the sense that it is not obvious to the people."

Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Great Poll for Elephant Bar Pub Bashers

(we know who you are)

Has Obama really bounced to 60% approval?

That’s what the AP would have you believe, dropping this poll like a spiked football.
(. It’s pretty easy to get Obama to 60% when Republicans are undersampled by almost half.)

President Barack Obama’s approval rating has hit its highest point in two years — 60 percent — and more than half of Americans now say he deserves to be re-elected, according to an Associated Press-GfK poll taken after U.S. forces killed al-Qaida leader Osama bin Laden.

"In worrisome signs for Republicans, the president’s standing improved not just on foreign policy but also on the economy, and independent Americans — a key voting bloc in the November 2012 presidential election — caused the overall uptick in support by sliding back to Obama after fleeing for much of the past two years"

Yellow flag: With gas prices continuing to rise, home values continuing to fall and inflation becoming more of a threat as unemployment remains stuck at 9%, how did Obama’s approval rating on the economy improve?

It didn’t, or at least, the AP poll doesn’t show that it really has. The AP has delivered an outlier poll here, and Ed at Hot Air does the number crunching to show how:

The Dem/Rep/Ind breakdown in this poll is 46/29/4, as AP assigned most of the leaners to the parties. That is a 17-point gap, more than twice what was seen in the 2008 actual popular vote that elected Obama. It only gets worse when independents are assigned properly. When taking out the leaners, the split becomes — I’m not kidding — 35/18/27. Oh, and another 20% “don’t know.” That’s significantly worse than the March poll, in which the proper D/R/I was 29/20/34, and far beyond their post-midterm sample of 31/28/26. It’s pretty easy to get Obama to 60% when Republicans are undersampled by almost half.

Indeed, and the AP seems to be aware that its sampling is problematic. You have to scroll all the way down to the bottom of the article about the poll, which most readers won’t do, click on a link that’s labeled “Online” with a URL, then click on a link sandwiched between two large graphics to even get at the poll data. And the partisan breakdown itself is in the middle of the PDF, not the top or the bottom where it’s easier to find. Most readers will react to the headline and at most the first paragraph or two, and only a tiny tiny number will ever jump through all the obstacles AP has tossed in the way to get to the data that drives it.

All in all, AP has done a better than average job of hiding the data in a way that gives them a plausible out since they can claim “But we linked it!” Yeah, about as indirectly as they could.


  1. They shot their next to last bullet, today. They raised margin requirements, greatly, on oil and gas futures.

    It had an immediate, and dramatic effect on oil, and gasoline futures with huge sell-offs in both. Now, the question will be: how sticky are the new levels?

  2. O'Reilly was calling for fifty percent margins!

    Proving he knows nothing whatsoever about how business gets done.

  3. USDA predicted a Record Corn Crop, today. 13.5 Billion Bushels.

    I'm going to stick with my 14 Billion Bushels. It'll probably come in somewhere in the middle, but I'll bet I'm closer than they are.

  4. (he was not talking only about oil futures)

  5. And, No, I don't think I'm smarter than the USDA. :)

    I just know that people use their numbers to play with Real Money, and they have to be a little conservative.

  6. Vote Herman Kain!

    (Rufus's Stupid Party will no doubt make a Kain Presidency impossible)

  7. Raising the margin limits will have some effect. But, I don't think it will make a Lot of difference.

    It seems to me like, in the long run, it will discourage about as many "shorts," as "longs."

  8. Luntz's focus group really liked Cain after the first debate.

  9. A conservative black man, like Michael Steele, has no future in the GOP.

    Under the leadership of Mr Steele the GOP regained control of the House, so he was subsequently replaced.

    Performance does not count, with the GOP elites.
    Imagery does.

    Herman projects the "wrong" image, same as Mr Steele.

  10. Limbaugh just describe the Washington Elite Pubs that despise true conservatives as much or more than they do Obama.

  11. After completing his master's degree from Purdue, Cain left the Department of the Navy and began working for The Coca-Cola Company as a business analyst.

    In 1977, he joined Pillsbury where he rose to the position of vice president by the early 1980s. He left his executive post to work for Burger King – a Pillsbury subsidiary at the time – managing 400 stores in the Philadelphia area.

    Under Cain's leadership, his region went from the least profitable for Burger King to the most profitable in three years.

    This prompted Pillsbury to appoint him president and CEO of Godfather's Pizza , another of their then-subsidiaries.
    Within 14 months, Cain had returned Godfather's to profitability. In 1988, Cain and a group of investors bought Godfather's from Pillsbury .

    Cain continued as CEO until 1996, when he resigned to become CEO of the National Restaurant Association – a trade group and lobby organization for the restaurant industry – where he had previously been chairman concurrently with his role at Godfather's.[

  12. The office holders members of the DC elite, dougo, are the Republicans.

    Those conservatives mentioned by the Rushmiester, Republican in name only.

  13. Osama bin Laden's relatives are questioning his killing and calling for an investigation, asking why "an unarmed man was not arrested and tried

    How about unarmed civilians murdered by dear old dad…Let's just hunt down the clan and kill them all.

  14. Got it fired up, the old stang, dotter had it on 102.4fm rock classics favorites -

    I'm Goin' Down

    So is Obama, rufus said I could beat him.

    Kain is good.

    Any republican can win.

    With the top down the wind is in my new clipped hair.


  15. There you'd be, Deuce, into the the hunt for the Clan Osama for another decade and another trillion dollars.

  16. .

    There you'd be, Deuce, into the the hunt for the Clan Osama for another decade and another trillion dollars.

    You act as if there is an alternative.

    The "War on Terror' in relation to the bureaucracy that has been established to fight it has been growing geometrically during the last ten years.

    Mostly waste and duplication to my mind; however, it is what it is. And bureaucracies don't usually yield willingly to being 'right sized'.

    It has now become a fixed cost.

    Might as well use it to get whoever you can rather than let it sit there.


  17. Hell with politics I knew knew knew it my felon is hittin' on Elana from Harvard, Idaho he's got that bad boy aura and she as far as I can tell don't do nothin' but smoke cigarettes she's cute with a tatoo red on her right leg and a bad girl aura and they were gettin' along good over cookin' pit I do dating service as also rent units. I'm getting him fixed up for August we've taken him under our wing he did good on his final tests.

    And I saw today a bumper sticker in our college town Politics is the opiate of the people.

    This is an improvement over the usual shit stickers I see around here, and should be adopted as the slogan maybe of this place. :)

    It's the torrents of spring, here.


  18. There's life after Boise penitentiary.


  19. .

    The number of potential victims of terrorist attacks is essentially limitless.

    The probablity of any one of them actually being attacked is about zero.

    Yet we have people throughout the US (and here on the blog) whining that terrorism is the most existential threat we have facing us.

    In many cases the whining has an agenda. It leads to appropriations, contracts, grants, TV gigs, etc. In other cases it comes from ill-informed, frightened, little pansies that scream for mother-government to protect them no matter what the cost in money, rights, dignity, or values.

    And the government, as is it's nature, complies.

    Homeland Security Doesn't Do Cost Benefit Analysis


  20. Head East...

    Great tune, Bob. Thanks! Too bad I couldn't dig up any decent vids of the original.

  21. Politics is the curse of the drinking class.

    Politics is the curse of the romantic class.

    Politics is the curse of that most noble class, the wolf hunting class.

    Politics is the curse of the farming class.

    Politics is the curse of the young horse riding class.

    Politics is the curse of the young, and restless, and adventurous.

    Politics is the curse of the thoughtful.

    Politics is the curse of the music lovers.

    Politics is the curse of fly fishermen everywhere.

    Politics is the curse of the earth.


  22. Politics is, or sure as hell should be, the curse of fortunate young men in Australia with all their life ahead of them.


  23. Fear at any price, Q.

    It has been almost a decade since the Federals told US we'd be hit, again.

    It has yet to happen, the Federals taking credit for the lack of terrorist activity.

    Try disproving an unknowable.

  24. The would-be victim from Switzerland answered an internet advert from the 43-year-old man seeking a person who would agree to be killed, cooked and eaten.


  25. .

    In truth rat,

    The truth shall set you free.

    It is there for anyone with eyes
    to see.

    (Of course, I'm taking about the US. But then, that's all I really care about.)


  26. The truth might well put rat in prison.

    Wife is here having riden her bike to the mall. We go agaming tomorrow.


  27. A lawyer and a senior citizen are sitting next to each other on a long flight.

    The lawyer is thinking that seniors are so dumb that he could get one over on them easily.

    So, the lawyer asks if the senior would like to play a fun game.

    The senior is tired and just wants to take a nap, so he politely declines and tries to catch a few winks..

    The lawyer persists, saying that the game is a lot of fun....."I ask you a question, and if you don't know the answer, you pay me only $5.00. Then you ask me one, and if I don't know the answer, I will pay you $500.00," he says.

    This catches the senior's attention and, to keep the lawyer quiet, he agrees to play the game.

    The lawyer asks the first question. "What's the distance from the Earth to the Moon?"

    The senior doesn't say a word, but reaches into his pocket, pulls out a five-dollar bill, and hands it to the lawyer.

    Now, it's the senior's turn. He asks the lawyer, "What goes up a hill with three legs, and comes down with four?"

    The lawyer uses his laptop to search all references he can find on the Net.

    He sends E-mails to all the smart friends he knows; all to no avail. After an hour of searching, he finally gives up.

    He wakes the senior and hands him $500.00. The senior pockets the $500.00 and goes right back to sleep.

    The lawyer is going nuts not knowing the answer. He wakes the senior up and asks, "Well, so what goes up a hill with three legs and comes down with four?"

    The senior reaches into his pocket, hands the lawyer $5.00, and goes back to sleep.

  28. But on Tuesday, press secretary Jay Carney told reporters that Boehner’s approach improperly tied spending cuts to the debt-ceiling vote: “To hold one hostage to the other remains extremely unwise.”


    A statement like Carney’s “inflames the situation. You’re saying ‘He is a bad guy,’ ” said Gary Noesner, the FBI’s former chief hostage-negotiator.


    “My experience is, more often, they have no idea what they’re doing,” said Noesner, who just wrote a book about his career at the FBI titled “Stalling for Time.” “It’s much easier to get into [a standoff like this] than to get out of it.”

    Shaking Their Heads

  29. Two little kids are in a hospital, lying on stretchers next to each other outside the operating room.

    The first kid leans over and asks, "What are you in here for?"

    The second kid says, "I'm in here to get my tonsils out and I'm a little nervous."

    The first kid says, "You've got nothing to worry about. I had that done when I was four. They put you to sleep, and when you wake up they give you lots of Jello and ice cream. It's a breeze.

    "The second kid then asks, "What are you here for?"

    The first kid says, "A circumcision."

    "Whoa!" the second kid replies. "Good luck buddy. I had that done when I was born. Couldn't walk for a year. "

  30. Mujibar was trying to get a job in India.

    The Personnel Manager said, 'Mujibar,
    you have passed all the tests, except one.
    Unless you pass it , you cannot qualify for this job.'

    Mujibar said, 'I am ready.'

    The manager said,
    'Make a sentence using the words
    Yellow, Pink, and Green .'

    Mujibar thought for a few minutes and said,
    'Mister manager, I am ready.'

    The manager said, 'Go ahead.'

    Mujibar said:
    'The telephone goes green, green,
    and I pink it up, and say,
    Yellow, this is Mujibar.'

    Mujibar now works at a call center..

    No doubt you have spoken to him.

  31. Great joke, Sam, posted that to IRC.

  32. Iran/Hesbos are infiltrating Mexico.

    There are twice as many Mosques in the USA today than on 9-11.

    One multi mult million dollar Mosque was built in an Oklahoma town having 240 Muslim residents!

  33. Well, they have plenty of money. We sent $31 Billion Overseas for Oil Last Month.

    The Pubs fight against Biofuels, then whine about the Muzzies building Mosques.

    They whine about the "Deficit" then refuse to pay more income tax.

    They whine about poor people getting healthcare, but, happily, fight to keep their Employer-paid, Tax Deducted health insurance - and will fight you to the death if you try to touch their "Millionaire Mommy's Medicare."

    What a bunch of phony balonies.

  34. What's interesting is that the move to local agriculture and the move to a de-centralized electricity model both produce a spring-like promiscuity, generating potential job opportunities and increasing social bonds regarding the people who make the food and energy we consume. These models are more honest as well and incorporate the otherwise invisible costs that we've all been passing onto the children of Generation Hot.


    It's pretty funny how quickly we let the "economies of scale" financial model drive us into infrastructures that are not going to survive the next hundred years. Actually, the transition is toward more honest economies of scale and the evidence points to de-centralized, entrepreneurial economies of small scale.

    So grab yourself a goldmine and stake your claim on the landscape of the new American identity.

    'New Profitable'

  35. BTW, Have you ever wondered where that last, marginal barrel of oil we "Import" comes from? You know, the barrel that would be "Not Imported" if we had a little more biofuels?

    Well, as of a couple of months ago (I'm pretty sure it still holds) that barrel was from Russia. And it was produced by a consortium of Russian Companies, and either Royal Dutch Shell, or British Petroleum.

    How long do you suppose it will be before you ever see any of That money again?

  36. Food prices may extend gains, driven by higher crude oil costs, said the United Nations Food & Agriculture Organization, leading to accelerating inflationary pressure from China to the U.S.


    Global food prices may rise 4.4 percent to a record 240 points by the end of the year, driven by demand for meat, oilseeds and grains used to make ethanol, William Adams, a fund manager at Zurich-based Resilience AG, which has $22.2 million of assets, said April 26.


    Corn has surged 79 percent in the past 12 months on speculation that more planting in the U.S., the world’s largest grower, won’t be sufficient to rebuild global stockpiles. Wheat rose 54 percent over the same period and soybeans gained 38 percent as flooding ruined crops in Canada and Australia and drought reduced harvests in Russia and Europe.

    Oil Costs

  37. bwhahahahahahaha

    I got to report on this.

    The Ass. Students ---hehehehbwaahahahha --of the University of Idaho have formed a Laughter Club. hoohohohohoho

    They got some guru hohohooho that's leadin' them and do meditation, forced laughter, which always leads eventually to the whole group cracking up and rolling on the floor, and some kind of yohohhoohogish breathing exercises called prayannnnnaai or something.
    Works every time, article said.
    People who laugh together live longer, and it beats vegetarianism in this regard. If you are capable of eating your lettuce with a laugh you might live forever haha

    Rufus has the best belly laugh here, Quirk is always worth a laugh, Melody is laughter itself mostly, and down the line. Ash is the butt of laughter ho ho

    I even cracked my grumpy wife up this evening reading it to her. I'm joinin' the community wide group


    Little kids who don't give a shit about all this serious stuff manage 250-300 laughs a day while we struggle to get out 10 or 20.

    laughing wolf running

  38. I got a laugh out of that stupid poll.

    Sam tells the best jokes here.


  39. Newt Gingrich is a joke, he got no chance.


  40. This cracked me up ---




  41. Shave my wife, I'm going down for the last time.

    from Best Misheard Lyrics



  42. Mr Musharraf acknowledged however that Pakistani intelligence might have helped bin Laden remain undetected for years at his compound in the garrison town of Abbottabad, but said it would have been a "rogue element" in the ranks.


    Mr Musharraf warned the United States will be "a loser" if it alienates Pakistan in the war against Al Qaeda and Islamic militants.

    The killing 10 days ago has sparked warnings from Al Qaeda's affiliate in Yemen that a violent jihadist struggle will begin in retaliation.

  43. My daughter can do horse laughs.




    Here's the original

  45. The CIA, though, is likely to cite national security or other concerns in rejecting the FOIA requests.

    "I think there are a number of FOIA exceptions it will fall under," noted Nate Jones, FOIA co-ordinator for the National Security Archive.

    Although rejected FOIA requests can prompt lawsuits, Mr Jones added that federal judges often grant considerable deference to military and security organisations when considering freedom of information cases.

    Laden's Body

  46. "They whine about poor people getting healthcare, but, happily, fight to keep their Employer-paid, Tax Deducted health insurance - and will fight you to the death if you try to touch their "Millionaire Mommy's Medicare."

    What a bunch of phony balonies


    Ryan's Medicare reform is mimics the Healthcare Program for Congresspeople.

    Patient choice and competition rather than Obamacare's 15 member boards MAKING LAWS for the rest of us.

    It gives more to middle class than higher earners, more to poor than anyone.

    Shove your
    "Pubs no different than Dems"
    Bullshit up your MSM-parroting ass!

  47. "Ryan's Medicare reform mimics..."

  48. Why don't you drop your hypocritical self-description of "Republican" and register as a Democrat?

    You spread their bullshit week after week after miserable boring-fuck week.

  49. Newt in fawning commercial with Nancy Pelosi.

    Newt Gingrich’s presidential campaign in two videos

    Newt is officially in. .Here is his video announcement.

    It’s fine as far as these things go: stark production values, sickly sweet background track, the candidate touting his history and saying all the right things.

    Gingrich was once a real force for the right kind of change on the hill. He powered a revolution with his grand ideas and with some brilliant rhetoric and strategy. But that was a long time ago.

    Since then, sticking to the policy front, Gingrich fell for one of the left’s most massive schemes — global warming. This video marks a striking contrast to his campaign rollout. Many on the Republican side have been taken in by global warming, but few made a fawning commercial with Nancy Pelosi.fawning commercial with Nancy Pelosi.

    Though he was once a true big idea man, Gingrich’s plausibility as a candidate for the presidency has waned considerably in my opinion. What say you?

  50. Syrian tanks have shelled the country's third biggest city of Homs, as security forces widen their crackdown on nationwide dissent with at least 19 people killed in the latest clashes and dozens wounded.

  51. .

    What say you?

    Gindrich is a Dick. His polling "unfavorables" are extremely high. The guy is a pompous asshole.

    He may take up a seat a future debate but he will never be nominated.

    In other words, he is an empty suit reaching for more attention.


  52. He loves his country so much,
    he cheated on his wife.

    "“There’s no question at times of my life, partially driven by how passionately I felt about this country, that I worked far too hard and things happened in my life that were not appropriate."

    He was partially driven by his passion and hard work for the country, and he was far too hard about the passion he felt for his lover.

  53. .

    K9-666 aka "Mad Dog" dedicates the Osama kill to his comrades in arms, the "Brother Wolves" in the Lolo. Scarface, leader of the main Lolo pack says, "Right back at you, big guy."

    Picture of Mad Dog in Osama's Bedroom

    K9-666 is Not The Only Military Dog, Just One of the Most Famous


  54. .

    Got hard due to passion.

    That happens a lot.


  55. .

    Follow-up message: Mad Dog to Scarface

    Re: Wolf Hunts

    "Hang tough Bro. We have our terrorists here in Afghan, you have yours in Idaho.

    The cowardly Taliban use roadside bombs. The cowardly Ideehos use poison.

    In the end, both shall share the fate of all such curs and maggots."

    Reply: Scarface to Mad Dog

    "Yea, it's getting pretty weird around here. I'll be thinking of you today.

    I'm taking the pack up to that ridge by the creek. The pups get a kick out of watching the 'hunters' wandering around in the woods. The rest of the pack cracks wise and has a good laugh.

    Keep fighting the good fight.



  56. You realize,boob, that failing to report a felony is a crime, don't you?

    Chance are better of you being arrested for obstruction of justice than there is of me going to prison.

  57. You realize. boob, that voting in a State were one is not a resident is a crime, don't you.

    Chances are better your wife will go to prison, well before I am charged with a crime.

    When it comes to confession of criminal behavior, here at the EB confessional, well, you lead the pack.

  58. In 1971, a base model Ford Pinto cost $1,850. This was equivalent to 44.85 ounces of gold. Today, 44.85 ounces of gold will buy a new Lexus LS460. I have driven both cars, and—trust me on this one—the Lexus is worth far more. So, the “automobile standard” suggests that gold is currently overvalued.

  59. That is a Wonderful observation, T.

    Gold is a pretty yellow metal with great properties for making jewelry - nothing more.

    Also confounding the issue is: The extraction of gold peaked in the early 2000's.

  60. Meredith Attwell Baker, one of the two Republican Commissioners at the Federal Communications Commission, plans to step down—and right into a top lobbying job at Comcast-NBC.

    The news, reported this afternoon by the Wall Street Journal, The Hill, and Politico, comes after the hugely controversial merger of Comcast and NBC earlier this year. At the time, Baker objected to FCC attempts to impose conditions on the deal and argued that the "complex and significant transaction" could "bring exciting benefits to consumers that outweigh potential harms."

    Four months after approving the massive transaction, Attwell Baker will take a top DC lobbying job for the new Comcast-NBC entity, according to reports.

    The response of groups like Free Press was expected in its anger, but not without merit. "No wonder the public is so nauseated by business as usual in Washington—where the complete capture of government by industry barely raises any eyebrows," said Free Press' Craig Aaron. "The continuously revolving door at the FCC continues to erode any prospects for good public policy. We hope—but won't hold our breath—that her replacement will be someone who is not just greasing the way for their next industry job."

  61. Our Government, and our Media, have been Totally Captured by Corporate Interests.

    Corporate Taxes as a percentage of All taxes collected are now running at 6%.

    Current Issue: Treasury Statement

    In the 50's, when we were booming, it was 30%.

  62. hohohoohho, what a laugh

    In local news --

    Idaho Fish and Game captures 'big cat' in Safeway parking lot in Lewiston, downed with a tranquilizer dart, the cougar was going through a dumpster

    Farmers bitching as usual, this time about being more than a mnth behind in spring planting

    "All we're doing right now is pulling stuck machinery out of mud holes, and getting other machinery stuck doing it", said one.

    Bob has finaliazed his wolf hunt plan, use the convertible parked in the east eyebrow under the trees, downwind from the baiting site, range about 100 yards, set rifle barrel on left rearview mirror, sip wine and listen to Rush, and wait.

    Pictures will be provided.

    Rain again today.

    Idaho Transportation Department takes heat at public meeting about moving megaloads on 95 through town, some public say will mess up traffic flow after 2am bar closing hours.


  63. hohohohoharharhar this place is a damn gas


  64. what i want to know is how someone changed my profile name

  65. In other local news, community Laugh Club is announced. "You got to be shittin' me", said one local resident. "They say they gonna force me to laugh? I'd die first, or die of laughter after."


  66. and why does my profile say, on blogger since 2011

    someone pushing buttons they ain't supposed to be

  67. I fucking hate Google. If they are spying on my shit I may have to use the gun I don't have.

  68. They changed me back to Galop47.

  69. Don't use it on yourself, hohoharharhar.

    In local news --

    AP Moscow, Idaho

    In an unusual move here at the organizational meeting of the local Laugh Club, an area landed, developement magnate, and slumlord nominated an out of towner aka one QUIRK for the position of Club President. "He's a proven worthless son of a bitch", the man said,"but always worth a laugh, and not much more."

    Quirk was voted in by aclimitization as the crowd rolled on the floor.


  70. I keep a low profile, hoho.


  71. The Club also adopted a desert rat as mascot thinking it the most ludikris ridiculous masticating shit chewing mascot ever. A three layered steel cage was built for its home.


  72. I've been trying to put This up as my pic but can't get the job done without my daughter.

    Always liked that picture, young Hemingway dressed as a well heeled Huck Finn, fishing.

    With fishing, if you get them young, it sticks for life.

    There's a run going on the Clearwater right now, lots of folks out.


  73. Oops, sorry, Rat has already put this up, here. I meant to post it somewhere else.

  74. Looks like a pussy city kid that they've dressed up in new fishing garb. We would have thrown him in the water.

  75. Change... Change.... Change....

    interesting word with different meanings...

    Revolution is coming.....

    Those that sit tight that think they got away with something SHOULD worry...

    I remember when east germany fell, thousands and thousands of names of those that did illegal things in the west, their names became public knowledge.

    In an instant, that old retired guy turned out to actually was a spy, a collaborator, informant or killer.

    Sleep well to all of those that did crimes against the world in the bad old American days before Obama, your time is coming to an end...

    Somewhere your name is on a file and those names will get leaked...

    And someday, you might be standing in front of an another nation's criminal tribunal....

    Just hope it doesnt take as long as John Demjanjuk

  76. Said he didn't look like Huck
    Finn, galop, but he was a very good fisherman.


  77. .

    Fake laughter will lead to real laughter?

    Right. And fat girls don't sweat.

    Sounds like something they would dream up in Idaho.

    Great occupation for a Saturday night. Sitting around with a bunch of yahoos and spear-chucking farmers, popping a few and fake laughing.



  78. hohoho try it sometime smuck you'd be amazed at your change of your smarmy attitude hahahaha

    laughing at/with you though one needn't fake it


  79. .

    Don't you ever tire of humiliating yourself dhwr?


  80. .

    Fake laughing. One more step on the road to senility.


  81. Fake laughing keeps senility away, and your political opinions, dhq, are evidence you donna do nough of it, Doug is right bout that.

    And, not even a Detroit thank you for getting you in as Pres. of the local community group.

    Sourpuss, ungrateful, and lacking the ability to distinquish tween up and down, too.

    But, you'll improve once we get hold of you.



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