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  • Re: jimbo to aTm, bill tags to free shoes u?

    I wonder if Willie will #DoSomething tonight? Quite honestly I hope he does nothing for as long as he can.
    I can understand this from an outsiders perspective. It’s the funniest option anyway. Especially when you care.
    You keep biting and then bitching when you find yourself flopping in the fucking boat.

    Of course they care. They hate Oregon. Yeah, Ballzdeap is a world-class homo, but the rest of the shit being dished out here is right between the gutters. Gotta be a man and take it and quit fagging on it.
    Fuck off you boring turd.

    Yeah. You're not struggling at all. Jimminny Christmas!

    You have shit your diapers all day today. Do yourself a favor. Shut-off the computer and take a benadryl.
    Seaver needs this kind of Benadryl. Extra strength...

    Seaver needs a rope. Fuck. Try this Mike; it'll work better than your current stuff:

    I DON'T CARE WHAT YOU GUYS THINK!!!!!!!! WE'RE FINE!!!!!!!!!!!
    FootballScoop sez Taggart is staying at Oregon. So that's something
  • Re: Heads Up Deplorable Degenerates

    That's a pussy move.
    fuck off skinny, you're going to Gonzaga
  • Re: Conyers has some problems...

    Got me curious so I checked Redfin for homes under 50K in Detroit city limits. Got 350 hits

    Did the same search in Seattle and got ZERO results.

    I think the larger point originally was that if there was some REAL hope for Detroit on the horizon some fund would buy all 350 of those and more because the return would be huge if there were a revival.

    20 - 30 years ago you could buy in the CD in Seattle for under 50K. It was a good value obviously.

    The IE was bought up and sold again after the 08 crash.

    I'm not sure what would bring value back to Detroit but follow the money and you may or may not find out.
    What I've read is that Detroit is now officially "undervalued," as real estate there is so much less than surrounding areas and the nation as a whole. And there's kind of a hipster revival thing going on where young people are moving in, taking advantage of one of the few urban areas in the country with affordable housing stock.

    The Quicken Loans guy seems to be involved as well.

    I've only ever changed planes there.
    As of last year 1 in 5 homes in Detroit is vacant. As with all places there are some nice areas and not so nice areas, but in Detroit the latter far outweighs the former. And I'm sure it can be considered "undervalued", but that is only because it's at rock bottom.

    And one of the main reasons why is because it's been run by a bunch of folks like Conyer's wife...
    What about all the places run by Dems that are doing great? Or is there something I'm missing?
    Missing? What the fuck are you rambling about now? You are the idiot claiming a city full of vacant houses is a real estate goldmine in a city you admit to never seeing anything beyond the airport.
    Christ. Here's the fucking pea patch if you want to play in it.

    And shockingly, most US major cities that are considered desirable places to live are run by Dems, or are run by Dems in states run by Dems, or both.

    1. Austin - Dem city, GOP state

    2. Denver - Dem/Dem
    3. San Jose - Dem/Dem
    4. Washington DC - Dem
    5. Fayetteville AR - Non/GOP
    6. Seattle - Kswana Sawant/Dem
    7. Raleigh/Durham - Non-Dem/split state gov't
    8. Boston - Dem/split state gov't
    9. Des Moines - Dem/GOP
    10. Salt Lake City - Dem/GOP

    Other prominent places people like to live:

    11. Boise - Dem/GOP
    15. Dallas/Fort Worth - Dem-Split/GOP
    16. San Francisco - Dem/Dem
    17. Minneapolis-Saint Paul - Dem-Dem/Dem
    18. Madison - Dem/GOP
    20. Houston - Dem/GOP
    22. San Diego - Dem/Dem
    23. San Antonio - Dem/GOP
    32. Portland - Dem/Dem
    35. Tampa - Dem/GOP
    40. Orlando - Dem/GOP
    44. Phoenix - Dem/GOP
    45. Jacksonville - GOP/GOP
    46. Honolulu - Dem/Dem
    48. Kansas City - Dem/GOP
    50. Atlanta - Dem/GOP

  • Abortion for Me, And Not For Thee

    Member of the House Pro-Life Cockus heard from

    Anti-abortion congressman urged his mistress to have one, report says
    PITTSBURGH - An anti-abortion congressman asked a woman with whom he was having an extramarital affair to get an abortion when he thought she might be pregnant, a newspaper reported Tuesday.

    The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette said it obtained text messages between Republican U.S. Rep. Tim Murphy of Pennsylvania and Shannon Edwards. A Jan. 25 text message from Edwards said the congressman had “zero issue posting your pro-life stance all over the place when you had no issue asking me to abort our unborn child just last week when we thought that was one of the options,” according to the paper.

    A text message from Murphy’s number in response said the staff was responsible for his anti-abortion messages: “I’ve never written them. Staff does them. I read them and winced. I told staff don’t write any more.”

    Edwards, it turned out, wasn’t pregnant.

    Murphy’s spokeswoman had no comment on the report.

    The revelation came as the House on Tuesday approved Republican legislation that would make it a crime to perform an abortion after 20 weeks of fetal development. Murphy, a member of the House Pro-Life Caucus, is among its co-sponsors. He avoided the media in Washington after voting for the legislation, and efforts by reporters to talk to him were unsuccessful

  • Re: Vegas terror attack

    No, they dont. That's sort of the point

    what is the "they" and what is the "that," and what is "the point"?

    There is no definite subject or object in either of your sentences.