Friday Open Thread

“The way to get started is to quit talking and begin doing.”

–Walt Disney

11 Community Comments, Facebook Comments

  1. Genghis says:

    The 11th Circuit's beat-down of that trumpanzee district court judge who tried to stop the FBI from even reviewing documents taken from the trash palace pursuant to a legitimate search warrant is a damn good read. The court of appeals panel consisted of two FDFQ appointees and William Pryor. You read that correctly; Trump's lolyers garnered exactly zero support from a panel consisting of Trump appointees and William Fucking Pryor.

  2. DavidThi808 says:

    Happy Friday all. Take a moment to appreciate all the good things in life. And have a wonderful day.

  3. notaskinnycook says:

    And in other news about crooks and liars, Alex Jones is trying to declare bankruptcy:

    • The funny part of that move is that his assets aren't protected if the actions leading to his bankruptcy were willful and malicious.

      • Genghis says:

        There was a SCOTUS case awhile back holding that you've gotta intend injury for the "willful and malcious" exception to dischargeability to apply; intending the injurious act isn't enough. The shit ol' Jonesy engaged in to generate those adverse judgments Actually clears the bar, high though it is. 

  4. Chickenheed says:

    From the most local governments to the federal government, Democrats continue to show that we can actually govern while Republicans continue to do nothing more than throw temper tantrums.

  5. Lauren Boebert will apparently become the lesser version of Joe Neguse, representing our region on the Republican Policy Committee.

  6. ParkHill says:

    Scary AI… “Write a biblical verse in the style of the king james bible explaining how to remove a peanut butter sandwich from a VCR

    And it came to pass that man was troubled by a peanut butter sandwich, for it had been placed within his VCR, and he knew not how to remove it.

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