Re: How many Blues fans does it take?

#5005
JMC-STL wrote:
Tue Jun 30, 2020 4:51 am
CaptSMRT wrote:
Mon Jun 29, 2020 9:35 pm
I've never liked Mystery Alaska, it is Chief O'Brien's worst episode.
But he went further in his early Star Fleet career than Scotty could've ever dreamed of advancing.
During O'Brien's 22 years in Starfleet, he had fought in 235 separate battles and had been decorated by Starfleet on 15 occasions, he died and was resurrect twice (beating Jesus' personal record).

Re: How many Blues fans does it take?

#5006
CaptSMRT wrote:
Tue Jun 30, 2020 6:37 am
JMC-STL wrote:
Tue Jun 30, 2020 4:51 am
CaptSMRT wrote:
Mon Jun 29, 2020 9:35 pm
I've never liked Mystery Alaska, it is Chief O'Brien's worst episode.
But he went further in his early Star Fleet career than Scotty could've ever dreamed of advancing.
During O'Brien's 22 years in Starfleet, he had fought in 235 separate battles and had been decorated by Starfleet on 15 occasions, he died and was resurrect twice (beating Jesus' personal record).
News Flash: Jesus' Second Coming was to the bridge of a Romulan Warbird during another infernal incursion into the Neutral Zone in Earth Year 2269 (118 Earth Years prior to the Romulan supernova for those who are counting). It was the only way He could get Capt. Kirk's attention & sign him to an exclusive retroactive deal with Priceline.

Re: How many Blues fans does it take?

#5007
CaptSMRT wrote:
Mon Jun 29, 2020 6:30 pm
T.C. wrote:
Mon Jun 29, 2020 3:16 pm
it was a virtual meeting held with exactly the same guidelines as an in-person meeting, where you are required to provide those details when being heard, where they become public record. correct?
Every citizens information is public record and you are free to look it up or inquire about it. There is a huge difference between that and the mayor going live and saying...'so and so wants to defund the police...here is their home address" which is intimidation. Why would i feel safe a a citizen making any inquiry when there is the possibility of the mayor airing me out online? When you send the mayor a letter you have a certain expectation of privacy. It is clearly enumerated in the cities code of conduct not to do what the mayor did, so they know enough to make a policy about it.
oh i agree it was fucking dumb and unnecessary, and i couldn't give less of a shit about the mayor of STL, but recently people have a tendency to lose their shit over something without learning anything about facts. hence my question. my understanding is that the reason they do such a thing in a council meeting is to ensure the person is a resident, thus their voice should be heard. to avoid people who don't have a stake in what's being discussed trolling the meetings. this could have been done outside of a broadcast obviously, but shrug. if you were in person you'd be required to state your name and at least zip code. point is, when you give your data to any level of government, you should be prepared for them to do something shitty with it. also, she should resign.

as for the armed couple, a group of about 300 people breaking down the gate to a gated community shouting about defunding the police should get used to the people living there protecting themselves. i certainly would. of course i wouldn't brandish the fucking thing like a dumbass but i'd be ready.

mystery, alaska and goon were both fucking great. but give the edge to goon here. better locker room jokes, you chernobyl mother fuckers!

Re: How many Blues fans does it take?

#5008
T.C. wrote:
Tue Jun 30, 2020 7:15 am
CaptSMRT wrote:
Mon Jun 29, 2020 6:30 pm
T.C. wrote:
Mon Jun 29, 2020 3:16 pm
it was a virtual meeting held with exactly the same guidelines as an in-person meeting, where you are required to provide those details when being heard, where they become public record. correct?
Every citizens information is public record and you are free to look it up or inquire about it. There is a huge difference between that and the mayor going live and saying...'so and so wants to defund the police...here is their home address" which is intimidation. Why would i feel safe a a citizen making any inquiry when there is the possibility of the mayor airing me out online? When you send the mayor a letter you have a certain expectation of privacy. It is clearly enumerated in the cities code of conduct not to do what the mayor did, so they know enough to make a policy about it.
oh i agree it was fucking dumb and unnecessary, and i couldn't give less of a shit about the mayor of STL, but recently people have a tendency to lose their shit over something without learning anything about facts. hence my question. my understanding is that the reason they do such a thing in a council meeting is to ensure the person is a resident, thus their voice should be heard. to avoid people who don't have a stake in what's being discussed trolling the meetings. this could have been done outside of a broadcast obviously, but shrug. if you were in person you'd be required to state your name and at least zip code. point is, when you give your data to any level of government, you should be prepared for them to do something shitty with it. also, she should resign.

as for the armed couple, a group of about 300 people breaking down the gate to a gated community shouting about defunding the police should get used to the people living there protecting themselves. i certainly would. of course i wouldn't brandish the fucking thing like a dumbass but i'd be ready.

mystery, alaska and goon were both fucking great. but give the edge to goon here. better locker room jokes, you chernobyl mother fuckers!
What the couple did was within their rights in a state with a castle doctrine., that doesn't make it right, and not smart for a couple of lawyers who prey on the poor for injury money.

I like GOON more than Mystery Alaska, no Russel Crowe, No fake sentiment, the hero gets his face caved in saving a winning goal, Ross the Boss is cool, it doesn't steal major plot points from Brewster's Millions, Eugene Levy > Burt Reynolds, and they make the Chief evil...he wasn't even evil in the mirror universe...he is a GOD damn Saint. I also hate the movie where they make Chief O'Brien a mercenary...however, that role is more true to type considering his work against the Orion syndicate.

Re: How many Blues fans does it take?

#5011
Back in April, it was announced that there will be no Gathering of The Juggalos in 2020 due to the Covid-19. The Insane Clown Posse isn't willing to risk the life of one Juggalo by having a mass gathering of their fans, during this pandemic....but the POTUS will still have mass gatherings of his cult members. Chew on that for a while.... The Insane Clown Posse has a more sober approach to the pandemic than the President of The United States.

Re: How many Blues fans does it take?

#5016
JMC-STL wrote:
Thu Jul 02, 2020 10:10 am
CaptSMRT wrote:
Thu Jul 02, 2020 7:05 am
I squeezed a pimple on my foot and an undeveloped twin tumor came out. I am naming him Toeny.
CAUTION: That one will work far better on your Twitter feed than in your stand-up routine. Alternate spellings don't translate well to spoken verse.
I deleted it!!! A Teratoma (undeveloped twin tumor) is an interesting concept though...it makes you stretch your imagination about the concept of life if anything.

Re: How many Blues fans does it take?

#5017
CaptSMRT wrote:
Fri Jul 03, 2020 12:02 am
JMC-STL wrote:
Thu Jul 02, 2020 10:10 am
CaptSMRT wrote:
Thu Jul 02, 2020 7:05 am
I squeezed a pimple on my foot and an undeveloped twin tumor came out. I am naming him Toeny.
CAUTION: That one will work far better on your Twitter feed than in your stand-up routine. Alternate spellings don't translate well to spoken verse.
I deleted it!!! A Teratoma (undeveloped twin tumor) is an interesting concept though...it makes you stretch your imagination about the concept of life if anything.
Let me be the first to say (I hope) that I'm deeply disturbed by your fascination with a lump of teeth & hair setting up camp in your testicle. Readers may choose any part of that observation to induce vomiting.

Re: How many Blues fans does it take?

#5018
JMC-STL wrote:
Fri Jul 03, 2020 6:44 am
CaptSMRT wrote:
Fri Jul 03, 2020 12:02 am
JMC-STL wrote:
Thu Jul 02, 2020 10:10 am

CAUTION: That one will work far better on your Twitter feed than in your stand-up routine. Alternate spellings don't translate well to spoken verse.
I deleted it!!! A Teratoma (undeveloped twin tumor) is an interesting concept though...it makes you stretch your imagination about the concept of life if anything.
Let me be the first to say (I hope) that I'm deeply disturbed by your fascination with a lump of teeth & hair setting up camp in your testicle. Readers may choose any part of that observation to induce vomiting.
If those teeth could think or dream, they would be more alive than you are.

Re: How many Blues fans does it take?

#5019
CaptSMRT wrote:
Fri Jul 03, 2020 8:27 am
JMC-STL wrote:
Fri Jul 03, 2020 6:44 am
CaptSMRT wrote:
Fri Jul 03, 2020 12:02 am
I deleted it!!! A Teratoma (undeveloped twin tumor) is an interesting concept though...it makes you stretch your imagination about the concept of life if anything.
Let me be the first to say (I hope) that I'm deeply disturbed by your fascination with a lump of teeth & hair setting up camp in your testicle. Readers may choose any part of that observation to induce vomiting.
If those teeth could think or dream, they would be more alive than you are.
AND they'd have more hair than I do.

Re: How many Blues fans does it take?

#5020
JMC-STL wrote:
Fri Jul 03, 2020 8:47 am
CaptSMRT wrote:
Fri Jul 03, 2020 8:27 am
JMC-STL wrote:
Fri Jul 03, 2020 6:44 am

Let me be the first to say (I hope) that I'm deeply disturbed by your fascination with a lump of teeth & hair setting up camp in your testicle. Readers may choose any part of that observation to induce vomiting.
If those teeth could think or dream, they would be more alive than you are.
AND they'd have more hair than I do.
There are definitely twin tumors out there pulling more ass than me.

Re: How many Blues fans does it take?

#5024
JMC-STL wrote:
Sun Jul 05, 2020 10:06 am
CaptSMRT wrote:
Sun Jul 05, 2020 8:23 am
A lot of the modern worlds problems started when society started accepting that one roll of toilet paper was equal to more than one roll of toilet paper.
So is this a mega-roll commentary, or a 1 vs. 2-ply commentary, or a hoarding commentary? Trying to capture the context here.
Are they really different problems? Once the sanctity of the roll was violated it threw the whole world into anarchy. A worker could show up to the toilet paper plant...and say one hour of work equals forty...and then goes home with a full paycheck.

Re: How many Blues fans does it take?

#5025
CaptSMRT wrote:
Sun Jul 05, 2020 10:25 am
JMC-STL wrote:
Sun Jul 05, 2020 10:06 am
CaptSMRT wrote:
Sun Jul 05, 2020 8:23 am
A lot of the modern worlds problems started when society started accepting that one roll of toilet paper was equal to more than one roll of toilet paper.
So is this a mega-roll commentary, or a 1 vs. 2-ply commentary, or a hoarding commentary? Trying to capture the context here.
Are they really different problems? Once the sanctity of the roll was violated it threw the whole world into anarchy. A worker could show up to the toilet paper plant...and say one hour of work equals forty...and then goes home with a full paycheck.
I never imagined that was a union job. Thanks for the life lesson.
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