Mohamed Ali 1942-2016 The Greatest!


“If they can make penicillin out of moldy bread, they can sure make something out of you.”~Ali

What set Ali apart from other boxers, besides his skill,  was his principles, he never wavered.

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  1. MSolomon2 says:

    Ex-Secret Service agent: Hillary Clinton ‘occasionally violent’
    “From the bottom of my soul I know this to be true. And with Hillary’s latest rise, I realize that her own leadership style — volcanic, impulsive, enabled by sycophants and disdainful of the rule set for everyone else — hasn’t changed a bit.”

  2. waverly says:

    Listening to Bernie’s last primary rally speech now. I’m gonna miss his rally speeches. The voice of sanity and reason.

  3. Jack says:

    Bernie “of the people, by the people, for the people,”

  4. Jack says:

    Tax on carbon Clinton? Please!

  5. Jack says:

    Bernie —invest in young people’s education and good jobs, not in jails…Hint there for Hillary!

  6. Jack says:

    Bernie—legalize pot…address substance abuse as health issue not criminal issue.

  7. Jack says:

    Bernie—Today women work for 79 cents on the Dollar…they want the whole damn dollar!

  8. Jack says:

    Bernie—-rebuild cities in America, not cities we destroy in war.

  9. Jack says:

    Bernie—Trump concludes no drought in Cali and climate change is not real. But I’m no scientist like him. 😀

  10. Darth says:

    This might confuse some people

  11. Darth says:

    “Good evening, Mr Bond.”

  12. waverly says:

    Bernie’s speech was excellent as always. We will miss you. Please stay active, we believe in your message Bernie.

  13. Darth says:

    no words…

    Man sued for $30K over $40 printer he sold on Craigslist

    “He would find himself liable for about $30,000 in damages. He would pay a lawyer at least $12,000 in his battle to escape the legal mess.

    And it all started with a piece of hardware he sold online for about $40 in 2009. With shipping and other costs, the total was less than $75, according to court records.

    The printer’s buyer was Gersh Zavodnik, a 54-year-old Indianapolis man known to many in the legal community as a frequent lawsuit filer who also represents himself in court. The Indiana Supreme Court said the “prolific, abusive litigant” has brought dozens of lawsuits against individuals and businesses, often asking for astronomical damages. Most, according to court records, involve online sales and transactions.”

  14. Darth says:


    “A democratic congresswoman, Rep. Donna Edwards, (D-Md.,) did not realize that she is a superdelegate at July’s Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia.

    Ms. Edwards realized her mistake yesterday. She supports presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton, but did not know that she actually had the ability to vote for Clinton at the convention. Apparently no one made her aware!

    Edwards, a “lame duck” politician, did not win her state’s Senate primary in April, but still is scheduled to vote as an unpledged superdelegate at the convention.”

    • Jack says:

      How about that Hillary is getting superdelagates out of thin air.

      • Darth says:

        I was going to ask if we’re sure that we’re not superdelegates? But then I remembered that I’m a peasant. Silly me.

        • Jack says:

          Yo let’s chip in and donate to the DNC, I think if we all pool out resources we can come up with 25 big ones….oh wait, we need to add the cost of the money order so it will be $24.00 big ones!

          That outta do it.

          Can I also be the governor of Narnia?

  15. waverly says:

    Bernie Sanders’ campaign derided media organizations Monday night for declaring Hillary Clinton the presumptive nominee of the Democratic Party, arguing that her purported win is dependent on unpledged “superdelegates” who will not formally vote until the party’s convention in July.

    “It is unfortunate that the media, in a rush to judgement, are ignoring the Democratic National Committee’s clear statement that it is wrong to count the votes of superdelegates before they actually vote at the convention this summer,” spokesman Michael Briggs said in a statement.

    “Secretary Clinton does not have and will not have the requisite number of pledged delegates to secure the nomination. She will be dependent on superdelegates who do not vote until July 25 and who can change their minds between now and then,” he said, adding “Our job from now until the convention is to convince those superdelegates that Bernie is by far the strongest candidate against Donald Trump.”

    • Jack says:


      • waverly says:

        The 2016 Democratic National Convention is the gathering at which delegates of the United States Democratic Party will choose their nominees for President of the United States and Vice President of the United States in the 2016 national election. It will be held July 25–28, 2016, at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, with some events at the Pennsylvania Convention Center, beginning exactly one week after the 2016 Republican National Convention.

        There are expected to be 4,765 delegates to the Democratic National Convention, so a candidate needs a simple majority of 2,383 delegates to win the presidential nomination.

    • Jack says:

      I plan to let AP know they have joined the ranks of yellow journalistic rags in the USA. Yeah I know they are in many ways the contributors but AP always seemed to get it more right than wrong.

      • waverly says:

        They were acting like well trained scum by announcing Clinton’s super delegate count on the eve of the election. That’s just straight up dirty politics. No other way to see it.

    • Darth says:

      That “rush to judgement” sure feels like a coordinated effort. All in one day, right on the eve of the primary–Bam! I’m not saying the media is coordinated, but the select leaking of information by the administration, access to superdelegates for interviews, etc. All timed to coincide? That has the DNC’s paws all over it. The media will report whatever red meat they get thrown. It has to be maddening for Sanders and his campaign not to be able to say what’s really on their mind because they would be ridiculed.

      • waverly says:

        I was reading an article a little while ago where Cenk Uygur said the same exact thing.

  16. waverly says:

    Hillary comes across as being so disingenuous. If she really wanted to unite the party she should have left it a long time ago. I consider the Clintons to be every bit as much as a threat as the Donald.

    “Our campaigns are certainly talking,” Clinton said in an interview with MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow that aired Monday night. “I’ll be reaching out after tomorrow night, because I obviously want to unite the party.”

    “We have so much more in common and we face a serious threat from Donald Trump,” she continued. “There’s no doubt that Donald Trump is the threat … that is going to unite the Democratic Party.”

  17. Darth says:

    Man claims to have found Bigfoot skull

    “WICHITA FALLS, Texas — While on a hike near his home in Ogden, Utah, Todd May felt himself drawn toward something. “I would go out there often and find things, fossils, rocks. I looked around for about half an hour, then I saw it.”

    What May saw was a 75-pound object he claims is the fossilized head of a Bigfoot.”

  18. waverly says:

    Won’t you please come to Philadelphia just doesn’t have the same ring to it.

  19. Jack says:

    I don’t know how to take this.

    She never will 😛

  20. 4E Bern says:

    ‘Mornin’, Realmsters!..CAWFFEEEE!!..TUESDAY??–I thought it was WEDNESDAY!!–I turned on the news and learn somebody has enough delegates to clinch the nomination, so it MUST be WED..Yet, it’s cleaning lady day, so it MUST be TUES..So, just a drive-by…

    I don’t use anything special on the ferns, just the same spray fertilizer all the plants get every two weeks..But, the soil is highly composted–I make my own, doncha know.. 😎 ..Cuppa-cuppa!….8-)

    • Jack says:

      Hey drive by planter.

      I can only imagine what a wonderful gardener Trump would be given his endless supply of fertilizer.

  21. Jack says:

    COLLIN COUNTY (CBSDFW.COM) – On the year anniversary of the McKinney pool party incident, protesters planned to gather outside the McKinney police station demanding the Collin County District Attorney’s Office file criminal charges against former officer Eric Casebolt.

    Last June, Casebolt along with other McKinney police officers responded to an unruly party at a Craig Ranch neighborhood pool.

  22. Jack says:

    POMCHI WAKE UP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  23. waverly says:

    Good morning Realm, it’s pouring rain here and will be raining for days as a result of that tropical storm that cut across northern Florida and is now going up the east coast of the US.

    Good to see you 4Eyes. Did you lose power recently?

    • Jack says:

      Top of to you wave!
      We’re getting some of that in a few days.

      • waverly says:

        Yeah, what’s left of this tropical storm is headed up the coast your way. Rainy days ahead.

        The Weather Channel: Flooding from Tropical Storm Colin Still Causing Issues in Florida

        A mobile park home in Clearwater, Florida, was left underwater Tuesday by flooding caused by Tropical Storm Colin. The storm made landfall in Florida Monday night, prompting Gov. Rick Scott to declare a state of emergency for more than half the counties in the Sunshine State.

        “Colin dumped locally more than 10 inches of rain near the Tallahassee area Monday,” said meteorologist Chris Dolce. “The storm is now on the move and impacts from the storm will diminish through Tuesday.”

        In an interview Tuesday, Scott said there were no reports of major damage, but the state will be tracking flooding.

        Flood warnings were issued in many parts of the Tampa Bay area Tuesday and commuting became difficult as roads were underwater and closed off completely in some areas, the Associated Press reports.

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