"Immediately following this story berating Trump for exaggerating the threat of terror attacks, we at CNN will continue our 24/7 coverage of the latest terror attack."
Call me a pessimist. Call me crazy. But I think Trump is right... I think things are going to get a lot worse before they get better. I think all of the media coverage spent on these types of attacks is going to spurn additional attacks, as more and more weak minded idiots buy into this poisoned rhetoric. I think the same wave of violence that used to be restrained to the Middle East, the same wave we watched spread to Europe last year, is only now starting to crash on our shores. I think this is the result of two terms of weak foreign policy. I think with all due respect to the police, fire, and EMS, you are your own first responder. And I think if you don't take some rudimentary steps to protect yourself, you're fucking crazy.
And not that there are many down here in Florida, but I've decided that most ignore any gun-free zones, gun free zones don't apply to me anymore; shopping malls, movie theaters, restaurants... just so long as it's not federally prohibited, I'll carry. So pick a caliber -- 9mm is right in the sweet spot between controllability and lethality -- buy a gun and and learn to use it. Train with it, and carry it wherever you go. Because you never know when you're going to be at the fucking mall one day and some dude with crazy eyes walks up and asks your religion before shoving a steak knife into your ribs. Sounds crazy? Sounds impossible? I bet those Minnesotans thought the same thing.
RE: the dogster link from last week
I got it too, Ern. No AV warnings or pop-ups, but Firefox locked hard – couldn't close the tab or the FF window…had to kill it in Task Manager. When I opened FF again, it recovered the tab, but no lockup...Closed that tab -- Manually entering the linkage step-by-step got me to the story with no wonkiness…Dunno – Gremlins, I guess. Didn't pay any attention to whatever the lockup popup had to say…just wanted outta there fast. D
Ernie, I had a problem with the dogster link as well, after opening the link, a couple seconds later I got the screen shot below and had to do a CTRL + ALT +DEL to get rid of it. Mike
Armed with everyone's screen captures and whatnot I was able to email the webmaster of dogster and let them know they had some malicious ads in their advertising rotation. So hey, props to Darren for raising the initial alarm.
While celebrities may look and appear perfect on stage or on TV, many have had a past you would be surprised to learn about. Vin Diesel for example, a name synonymous with masculine muscles, racing hot rods full of beautiful women down the beach was a Dungeons and Dragons geek in high school? And as you might expect, Christopher Walken was a lion tamer at 15. Amazing.
Boutique La Vie en Rose is a Canadian lingerie retailer headquartered in Montreal, Quebec. The brand produces and sells a range of undergarments, sleepwear, and swimwear aimed at women in the 25-55 age group. Since 2003, La Vie en Rose also offers underwear, sleepwear, loungewear and swimwear for men under the brand name "La Vie en Rose MAN". There are currently 150 stores throughout Canada, which employ around 2,000 people nationwide, including three concept stores: La Vie en Rose, La Vie en Rose Aqua, and La Vie en Rose Outlet.
Hey Ernie - Long time reader, ass-kisser, fan, blah blah, etc...... Estuary girl was pretty easy, I mean the name of the town and the name of the road (9W) was in the pic. But seeing as it is close to my neck of the woods (used to live winters in Hunter Mt. NY) I had to reply. While she is standing next to Climax Brook, the town of climax is a few miles away. Interestingly enough, the map shows her location in the township of Coxsackie, NY. Someone had a lot of fun naming these towns... Purdy
Ernie - I know it well. Not all that far from where I've lived most of my life and I've been down US 9W many times. Never seen her, though. Alex
This is what radical feminism and black racism mixed together looks like.
A Clockwork Orange is a 1971 dystopian crime film adapted, produced, and directed by Stanley Kubrick, based on Anthony Burgess's 1962 novel A Clockwork Orange. It employs disturbing, violent images to comment on psychiatry, juvenile delinquency, youth gangs, and other social, political, and economic subjects in a dystopian near-future Britain. The film's main character Alex, played by Malcolm McDowell, is a charismatic, sociopathic delinquent whose interests include classical music, rape, and what is termed "ultra-violence". The film chronicles the horrific crime spree of Alex and his gang, his capture, and attempted rehabilitation via controversial psychological conditioning.
Oh, and I don't think the Beerhaus will resent much of a challenge, so see if you can use some subtle clues to find this outdoor wooden bench.
Mustang Crashes leaving Cars and Coffee Chicago
ferris bueller cross stitch
this is what happens when you drive on a flat tire
too much soap in the washing machine
soda hair wins office contest
19-Year-Old Marine Brain Dead After Shooting in South L.A.
amazing bald eagles from dutch harbor alaska
Subway Customer Goes Mental For A Meatball Sub
Looking back at Oprah's free-car giveaway 10 years later
1949 Dodge Power Wagon Woody
Idiot Live Streams Police Incident For Black Lives Matter and Ends Up Incriminating Himself On Drug Charges
Watch A Turbine-Powered RC Jet Basically Disintegrate Mid-Flight
Watch This Self-Proclaimed Idiot Hop Freight Trains To Montauk
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Lady from Walmart at the Gas Station
She didn't realize she was live streaming
Nikki Sims Walk in the Woods
Enjoy these nice selfies of a tight blonde
supermodel Solveig Mork
Bella Thorne's Puffy Teen Nipples In A Purple Bra Top
MILF Seduces Best Friends Daughter
Its so cringe worthy...But I have to WATCH!