The Ramones: Together Again

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1,032 Responses to The Ramones: Together Again

  1. Hobette says:

    Dearest Bib,
    Things are just not the same around here without your beautiful garden and painting pics. I miss you!
    {{[HUGS}}} and Lotsa Love,

  2. Caller no. 8 says:

    Kentucky Republican angrily doubles down on his Mars conspiracy theory

    Do you remember Kentucky State Sen. Brandon Smith’s (R-Again) explanation of why we needn’t worry about climate change because “the temperature on Mars is exactly as it is here”? Of course you do, it was hilarious. It’s also brought national fame to Brandon Smith, in the form of making him a national laughingstock, and he’s letting constituents know he’s not happy.

    by Hunter

  3. Caller no. 8 says:

    The Point Everyone Is Missing About The Return Of The ‘Polar Vortex’

    Now, the “polar vortex” is making for fairly mild weather. But at the same time, that same wavy jet stream is swinging northward in the western United States, bringing increased heat to an already-dry and wildfire-stricken region.

    by Emily Atkin

  4. Gramma, if the Yellowstone supervolcano blows, we’d all go. Don’t worry about us!

  5. Caller no. 8 says:

    Your Adderall Will Now Come From A Tax-Dodging Company

    Are we paying attention yet?

  6. Lizard says:

    If you put a Republican’s brain in a bird it would fly backwards.

  7. Caller no. 8 says:

    Democratic Support For the Supreme Court Collapses — And GOP Support Spikes — After Hobby Lobby

    Overall, however, the chart suggests that most Americans have very short memories when it comes to the Supreme Court. And it also suggests that public opinion of the Court is driven by singular, high-profile events rather than by a holistic assessment of the Court’s performance.

    This only confirms what we already knew about the parties, but check out how those Independents thread the middle.

  8. beatlex says:

    Why didn’t the President go to the Texas border? That apparently is the most pressing issue facing America right now.I feel for you my American friends,The house is burning down,and the parties are arguing on how to put it out.
    There are those who think Americans should just let it burn.What a farce.And not a funny one

    • Hobette says:

      I was stopped at a RR crossing Saturday morning. I counted 67 oil tanker cars. Every one said “Canada.” Some of those said “Govenment of Canada.” It seems there are also those who will help us burn.

      • Caller no. 8 says:

        Lets all burn one together 🌯

      • msolomon2 says:

        and the tanker cars that are used in merica have been outlawed in Canada, but our side ah, that would cut into holy-profits to get these old un-safe tankers off the rails! Better yet to just wait till they blow up and burn down our towns (it’s only the poor who would be living anywhere near the rails anyway….).

        • You want to know something weird about the train explosion in Quebec that killed like 50 people last summer? The oil in that train was from North Dakota, being taken to New Brunswick for refinement. Oil trains are spooky. And North Dakota oil is especially volatile.

      • All the ones that go through here say “North Dakota.”

      • beatlex says:

        Do you think it is better to get oil from Canada than getting it from some dictatorship Hobette? I want the world to develop alternative sources of energy,but the political will issue is a problem.
        The fact is,we will need to use oil at least until a bridge fuel is found,like natural gas.Thermal power should be researched more.

    • Honestly, at this point if Obama scratched his butt, the Republicans would complain that he isn’t scratching his nose.

  9. beatlex says:

    Once There Was a Time-Ten Years After(

  10. Caller no. 8 says:

    Thank you. Thank you. What do I win?

  11. Have I got a story for you—making the page as we speak.

  12. Caller no. 8 says:

    MO Gov. Nixon vetoes bill allowing schools to arm teachers

    Nixon, a Democrat, said in a statement that he supported placing law enforcement officers in schools but could not “condone putting firearms in the hands of educators who should be focused on teaching our kids.”

  13. Caller no. 8 says:

    Federal court guts Indiana law requiring clergy to officiate atheist weddings

    The activist group the Center for Inquiry (CFI), which brought the Indiana case before the court and offers certification training for “secular celebrants,” praised Easterbrook’s ruling in a statement.

    “This is a major victory for all secular Americans, who despite being part of the fasted-growing belief demographic in the United States, still suffer from discrimination and the special privileges accorded religion,” the group’s president and CEO, Ronald A. Lindsay, stated. “It is deeply satisfying that the judges of the 7th Circuit have recognized that nonreligious Americans are entitled to the same rights as religious Americans.”

  14. Caller no. 8 says:

    At least 1,500 labs handle deadly bioweapons. Should some of those be closed?

    When the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention last week unveiled a report documenting multiple safety breaches at its labs, its director for the first time suggested the country turn back the rapid-fire proliferation of such research units, which have tripled in little more than a decade to at least 1,500.

  15. Caller no. 8 says:

    Twisted Sifter’s Picture of the Day: Coney Island in Color, circa 1905

    And the wallpaper

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