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  1. Darth says:

    This isn’t getting a lot of media attention, but it should. When the DNC only scheduled six debates and buried them on off viewing days, that was just fine with the Clinton camp. When she started losing primaries however, she wanted more debates, and she got them. One of the debates she agreed to with Sanders, she is now refusing to attend.

    No presidential debate in California after Clinton breaks promise http://www.sfgate.com/politics/article/No-presidential-debate-in-California-after-7941052.php

    “There will be no Democratic presidential debate in California, because Hillary Clinton’s campaign reneged Monday on its earlier promise to participate in one. In February, the campaigns of both Clinton and Sen. Bernie Sanders agreed to debate in California before the state’s June 7 primary.

    But with Clinton comfortably ahead in both pledged delegates and superdelegates — plus her desire to pivot to her likely general election matchup against Republican Donald Trump — there was little political incentive for her campaign to participate.

    The Chronicle, as the Sanders campaign noted last week, also expressed interest in co-hosting a debate. But that debate will not happen.”

    • Jack says:

      Lying it’s what she does. I tend to think she doesn’t want the confrontation, most likely Bernie would win.

      • Darth says:

        It’s probably not the first promise she’s broken, and if elected, it most definitely won’t be the last.

        • Jack says:

          This is the tragic part. From the Obama addict crowd I have not seen them ONCE question or critique Obama. Now this SUPER IMMUNITY power is transferred to Hillster and when she stabs them on the back they will never admit it.

          • Darth says:

            That level of partisanship usually precludes the critical thought process.

            • Classical Gas says:

              Yep. Anytime I hear “My (fill in the blank), right or wrong.” I have to shudder and move away quickly.

        • 4E Bern says:

          GARE-EN-TEED!….8-)

    • Classical Gas says:

      She’s looking tired – the strain of having to compete for the spot, no doubt.

  2. Darth says:

    It’s a series of tubes!

    Utah lawmaker wants porn filtered from Internet, anti-porn software installed on all cellphones http://www.sltrib.com/news/3915832-155/utah-lawmaker-wants-porn-filtered-from

    “A Utah lawmaker who succeeded in having pornography declared a public health crisis intends to continue his crusade through a bill that could require porn filters to be placed on the Internet.

    Republican Sen. Todd Weiler said his resolution declaring pornography a public health crisis, which sailed through the 2016 session, was only the first step. He plans to introduce at least three new proposals next session including one that could require Internet service providers add filters so everyone in Utah has to opt-in to view pornography.

    The work to rid the predominantly Mormon state of what some consider harmful material echoes an argument made by many conservative religious groups across the country as porn becomes more accessible on smartphones and tablets.”

  3. Jack says:

    I’m currently looking into the new people Bernie is endorsing as PROGRESSIVES. Just being careful, he called Elijah Cummings a progressive—-I think that Mr.Cummings has done much good but he is part of that Hillary machine so no he is no progressive to me.

  4. Darth says:

    Limited-Edition Vodka Made from San Francisco Fog http://www.nbcbayarea.com/news/local/Limited-Edition-Vodka-Made-from-San-Francisco-Fog-380351411.html

    “A product of locality and sustainability, this limited-edition crisp beverage called Fog Point contains a portion of harvested water from the San Francisco fog and vodka from a local California wine.

    “This revolutionary experiment yields an extraordinarily crisp, pure, and gluten free sipping vodka with elegant hints of pear, citrus, and honeysuckle” according to the vodka’s description.”

      • Jack says:

        FogRelated Poem Content Details
        BY CARL SANDBURG
        The fog comes
        on little cat feet.

        It sits looking
        over harbor and city
        on silent haunches
        and then moves on.

        Fog ain’t smog—I would try it. Today I took a good swig of Captain Morgan spice rum, shit is good—-was making tiramisu, the way it looks reflects my drinking.

        • Darth says:

          on cat feet? So now it has kitty litter in it too? no thanks. But seriously, fog can carry a lot of particulates, depending on location, especially if they’re going to be gathering it by cistern which brings up even more sanitation issues. so they’re going to have to filter it for pubic consumption. most likely RO filtering, in which case they may as well be filtering tap water. It will taste the same. Seems a tad gimmicky is all.

          • Jack says:

            Well of course it’s a gimmick, that is what sets it apart and brings revenue. People still buy pet rocks.

            • Darth says:

              Are you saying my battlestar galactica cup set is gimmicky? Haw dare you, sir! I demand satisfaction! Wiffle ball bats a noon!

  5. Jack says:

    Thanks KAT, that’s the long list I was looking for. The guys I want to see what they did before. If it has Hillary on it I say dump it.

  6. waverly says:

    Ok from an incredibly sad story of two gay male partners being denied child custody in 1979 where the kid of course is hopelessly disabled and where the story cannot end except with his death.

    Why don’t I dive straight into the macabre right from jump and watch Brandon Lee in “The Crow”. Ebert said the film was “visually stunning”. Yeah it is. Stunning as hell. All the more tragic and eerie because at 28 Lee died on the film set.

    • Jack says:

      What was that 1979 movie? The crow is on of my cult faves. Sad story and completely insane the events that led to what was supposed to be a blank gun to fire a live round.

      • waverly says:

        These were two completely different movies that I watched in succession. The first one “Any Day Now” took place in 1979.

  7. Jack says:

    I still like this version though:

  8. Classical Gas says:

    Jack – some presents from Yeti elsewhere. 😉

  9. Jack says:

    Damn. I just went looking to see what Alien Ant Farm is doing and read about the Bassist Tye Zamora’s battle with Cancer. Just makes me thinks about loved one and dear friends that have to endure these illnesses and why I choke on trying not to politicize such a thing but it’s hard not to.

    You have a band like AAF that while not mainstream it had it’s successes and moreover brought something to it’s fans—that now a musician like that has to have a go fund me page to pay for his bills sickens me—this in 2016, America we’re such a joke.

    Tye is just one of millions of Americans dealing with uncertainty add to that financial hardships. Maybe this is why I still give a slight fuck. Guess what I did not look up to see if he is a Republican, or a Bernie Supporter, shit like that does not matter, it shouldn’t anyway.

  10. Darth says:

    Trippy!

    The Quantizer turns particle collisions into audible frequencies (music). In real time. Via the ATLAS experiment at CERN.

    “The sonification engine takes data from the collision event, scales and shifts the data (to ensure that the output is in the audible frequency range) and maps the data to different musical scales.”

    “Each collision corresponds to ~30 seconds of real-time audio.”
    http://quantizer.media.mit.edu/

  11. Classical Gas says:

    “Democrats on Capitol Hill are discussing whether Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz should step down as Democratic National Committee (DNC) chairwoman before the party’s national convention in July.

    Democrats backing likely presidential nominee Hillary Clinton worry Wasserman Schultz has become too divisive a figure to unify the party in 2016, which they say is crucial to defeating presumptive GOP nominee Donald Trump in November.”

    http://thehill.com/homenews/campaign/281147-dems-discuss-dropping-wasserman-schultz

  12. bebe says:

    Walked already…

  13. 4E Bern says:

    ‘Mornin’, Realmsters!..CAWFFEEEE!!..Just a drive by–heading out in a sec..Anybody hear from DOOD??….8-)

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