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Federal Judge sides with UNIV PROFESSOR in his defamation suit against NOTORIOUS INTERNET TROLL
Posted:Jan 15, 2018 8:43 pm
Last Updated:Jan 16, 2018 11:14 pm
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NOTORIOUS TROLL FACES 10 IN FEDERAL PEN
by Sojourner Justice, COOKED STORY dot com

A man sought by federal AUTHORITIES FOR REPEATED TROLLING of distinguished bloggers of a senior internet site has been apprehended of aggravated flaming and trolling. The apprehended TROLL, Leaf "Fluid" Exchange, Jr. sobbed piteously as he was taken into custody by federal marshals.

Testimony revealed that Mr. Exchange had repeatedly libeled members of an internet community known as SeniorFriendFinders, and launched repeated calumnies against bloggers whom he identified by code names such as "Mr Ed," "Schmuck, "Bald Guy," and various others. Numerous female enablers of the TROLL were not prosecuted in recognition of their elderly station and suspected senility.

Psychological experts for the defense failed in their efforts to gain an acquittal on grounds of insanity, which was based on the defendant's clear regression into a Freudian "genital phase." His peculiar obsession with male and female genitals and the odors of animal feces was ruled as insufficient for acquittal.
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Federal Judge sides with UNIV PROFeesor in his defamation suit against NOTORIOUS INTERNET TROLL
Posted:Jan 15, 2018 8:42 pm
Last Updated:Jan 21, 2018 8:25 pm
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NOTORIOUS TROLL FACES 10 IN FEDERAL PEN
by Sojourner Justice, COOKED STORY dot com

A man sought by federal AUTHORITIES FOR REPEATED TROLLING of distinguished bloggers of a senior internet site has been apprehended of aggravated flaming and trolling. The apprehended TROLL, Leaf "Fluid" Exchange, Jr. sobbed piteously as he was taken into custody by federal marshals.

Testimony revealed that Mr. Exchange had repeatedly libeled members of an internet community known as SeniorFriendFinders, and launched repeated calumnies against bloggers whom he identified by code names such as "Mr Ed," "hmuck, "Bald Guy," and various others. Numerous female enablers of the TROLL were not prosecuted in recognition of their elderly station and suspected senility.

Psychological experts for the defense failed in their efforts to gain an acquittal on grounds of insanity, which was based on the defendant's clear regression into a Freudian "genital phase." His peculiar obsession with male and female genitals and the odors of animal feces was ruled as insufficient for acquittal.
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LEAF TELL US, are all Lefties sexual harassers or are all sexual harassers Lefties?
Posted:Jan 11, 2018 6:56 pm
Last Updated:Jan 15, 2018 9:13 am
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You are the obvious person to direct this question to, as you a highly visible Leftie and a sexual pervert. I'm disturbed by what I see as a marked tendency on the part of your heroes to harass the less powerful, both males and females.

What do these powerful and influential men have in common?

Harvey Weinstein, Al Franken, Charlie Rose, Chris Matthews, James Levine (Metropolitan Opera), Matt Lauer, Donovan McNabb (NFL great), Louis C.K., John Conyers, Kevin Spacey, Mark Halperin (MSNBC), Glen Thrush (NYT), Garrison Keillor, Ben Affleck, Richard Dreyfuss, Brett Ratner, Dustin Hoffman.


They are all card-carrying, virtue-signaling, supposedly feminist DEMOCRATS/LEFTIES/PROGRESSIVES. Why is this, Leaf? You are in the best position to explain this.

Yes there are a handful of conservatives on the list. There is Roy Moore, Moore, Roy, and R. S. Moore. You can eke out that list with George HW Bush, if you have the bad taste to accuse a nonagenarian former President of patting a few butts from his wheelchair.

Do you feel badly about this, Leaf? Would you care to apologize to us on behalf of your perverse colleagues? We're waiting.
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SOB SISTER NATION
Posted:Jan 9, 2018 8:04 pm
Last Updated:Jan 11, 2018 12:06 am
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The term "sob sister" was evidently coined in 1907.

The occasion was the sensational "trial of the century," in which millionaire Harry K. Thaw was accused of murdering the famous architect Stanford White because of White's earlier relationship with his wife Evelyn Nesbit. Nesbit was the first pinup girl, the prototype for the Gibson girl, the girl in the red velvet swing. In a way, she was the distant ancestor of the #MeToo girl, abused or seduced by a much older man (White) when she was 14.

Four woman journalists covered the trial. A detractor referred to them as the "sob sisters." The name stuck for women journalists who specialized in sentimental color stories, advice, and gossip. By the 1930's, major metropolitan dailies had a team of sob sisters whose mission was to boost female readership. Their specialty was "compassion" toward women in dire straits. The "sob sister" also became a staple character in Hollywood movies about newspaper journalism. The real life sob sisters were often rather hard-bitten women who were willing to get into the fray with male journalists.

So where am I going with this? Though the classic sob sister has fallen out of fashion, the principle of compassion as a trade has become almost the norm in liberal journalistic circles. All opinion writers in the NYT and Wapo are sob sisters, most especially the men. But the queen of sob sisters is still a woman, and her name is

Oprah Winfrey.

She has become a billionaire by sympathizing with and cheering on women and fashionable minorities. The revolting phrase "you go, girl" is her signature. She is the most influential, richest, and successful sob sister in the history of journalism. A few decades ago, Bill Buckley characterized her as "the black lady who is alternatively fat or thin... I forget her name." Apostasy. But here is a caution to women: apart from the male sob sisters who now own the Democratic Party, men do not care for Oprah. So cowed are Democratic males by female voters that they will demonstrate any act of fealty to them on demand.

So how would Oprah be as president? A horror. Issues such as the economy, foreign policy, and border security cannot be solved by appeals to uterine sisterhood.

It is unlikely that Oprah will actually run. She is obviously a very practical woman, and will consider whether she wants her own life (the mysterious Stedman and close friend Gayle King) put under the microscope. The present wild infatuation of Democrats with Oprah, and the fantasy of an Oprah presidency, says more about the Democratic Party than it does about Oprah.


BELOW: Oprah last night, looking very hour-glassy.
BOTTOM: Oprah with close friend.

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LEAF, WHY didn't you tell us about the COIN-TOSS ELECTION?
Posted:Jan 5, 2018 9:47 pm
Last Updated:Jan 9, 2018 6:57 pm
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Leaf, remember when you were wetting yourself in delight about the apparent 1-vote victory of Shelly Simonds in Newport News? You did some major-league gloating. But you did not tell us, as Paul Harvey would say, "the rest of the story."

I will bring "your readers" up to date. At stake was the Virginia assembly seat in the 94th District (Newport News). An immediate recount found that Republican David Yancey had been errously denied a ballot in his favor. The election was now tied. State law dictated that in this situation that the winner be determined by lot. This drawing was held on Wednesday and the winner of the toss was David Yancey. The Republicans maintain a 51-49 majority and will not have to share power with the Democrats.

Why didn't you tell us?

It is clear to many of us that you are living in a world of unreality and illusion, and the reason for this must lie in the fact that you cannot deal with the world as it is. So day after day, you make it up. And to make matters worse, you cannot stop defaming and mocking the SFF bloggers who prefer to see the world as it is. Your blog becomes, as I have said before, the scrawl of virtual graffiti on the walls of SFF. It is further disturbing that you seem locked into early adolescence with your endless talk of penises and vaginas and pig odors.

I think you are in freefall. It gets worse and worse. You need help . Your condition is severely neurotic, and you need the services of a professional. At the very least, confide in your clergyman.
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DEAR INVESTOR...
Posted:Jan 3, 2018 11:47 pm
Last Updated:Jan 6, 2018 8:19 am
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Don't you think it's a little rude to clog up the board with 6 consecutive posts when you have so many of us blocked?
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THE RED AND THE BLACK: Harry and Obama
Posted:Dec 29, 2017 1:07 pm
Last Updated:Jan 3, 2018 7:02 pm
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The hottest bromance on the celebrity stage is that of Prince Harry and Barack Obama. The buzz is that Harry and Meghan Markle want to invite Oblahblah to the royal wedding and snub Trump. Good, you say? Of course you do, Lulu.

Here is why it's a very bad idea. The respect accorded to the British Royals lies in no small measure to their rupulous non-involvement in politics. Those of you who have seen episodes of the Netflix series The Crown maybe have seen the episode where George VI, near death, had eloquent words on this subject. The Judas-like Anthony Eden tries to persuade the King to urge Churchill to resign so that he would be PM. The King tells him to suck a lime for suggesting such an utterly unconstitutional thing.

Harry, the red-headed stepchild ( perhaps the son of an equerry), is making youthful missteps. I hope wiser heads will prevail. He may not know it, but Obama is a very toxic ex-president for millions of Americans. He was also anti-British when in the WH -- of his first symbolic moves was to return a bust of Churchill to the British embassy. of his "dreams from his father" was that the Brits were evil colonialists.

Then there is another problem: Harry seems p****-whipped by his fiancée. Markle is a very liberal American of mixed race who campaigned for Hillary Clinton. Does Harry really want to take a side? I hope he will come to his senses. He seems a pleasant young man. But does he have the force of will to overrule his wife, or is he another Duke of Windsor?


BELOW: best buds
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OUR UNUSUAL CRECHE
Posted:Dec 18, 2017 10:33 am
Last Updated:Dec 20, 2017 9:32 pm
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Maisie mentioned that we had an unusual visitor at the manger in our crèche. I was able to find a pic in my computer. She misremembered him as Chopin -- it is Beethoven. Periodically Beethoven would tip over backward, which was amusing because he seemed to be enjoying Christmas cheer.

BELOW: Ludwig attends the Child
BIOTTOM: Our Christmas tree from a couple of years back


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"GEORGIE PORGIE" *** starring *** AL FRANKEN
Posted:Dec 7, 2017 9:55 pm
Last Updated:Dec 9, 2017 5:38 pm
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Remember this nursery rhyme?

Georgie Porgie, pudding and pie,
Kissed the girls and made them cry,
When the boys came out to ,
Georgie Porgie ran away.

I couldn't but think of this as I watched Al Franken self-immolate in the last few days. Turns out the straw that broke the camel's back for Franken was forced kissing!

The anonymous accuser gives her story: "The aide, whose name POLITICO is withholding to protect her identity, said Franken (D-Minn.) pursued her after her boss had left the studio. She said she was gathering her belongings to follow her boss out of the room. When she turned around, Franken was in her face. The former staffer ducked to avoid Franken’s lips. As she hastily left the room, she said, Franken told her: “'It’s my right as an entertainer.'"

It is hard to know how to react to this, but I went through the following thoughts:

1) Al Franken is clearly a churl, a cad, a "common masher" as my mother would say. I suspected as much already, and I despise Franken's politics, so hard for me to lament his fall.

2) At the same time, I cannot but be struck by the triviality of the offense. A stolen kiss? That's what the bad boys in the 6th grade did on the playground. Are we not trivializing the nature of sexual harassment if we define it down to that level?

3) I find Franken's use of his resignation to attack Trump to be repellant. Franken admits to exercising some feudal droit du seigneur by virtue of being an entertainer (!) and he likens his statement to Trump's Billy Bush tape. Here is what Trump said, trying to impress a younger man:

"And when you’re a star, they let you do it. You can do anything.
Bush: Whatever you want.
Trump: Grab ’em by the *****. You can do anything."

Nasty stuff for sure, but it should be noted that Trump uses the impersonal "you can" rather than "I do." If he is making an observation about our celebrity culture, he is surely right. And he is not in the middle of a low-level sexual assault as he says it.

4) It's clear what the Democratic game is. Sacrifice as many Frankens as needed, and use it to fry the big guy. It cannot have escaped your attention that the political and media pervs are running about 10:1 liberal to conservative. The Dems are taking a big chance, but do not be mistaken -- they are playing for the highest stakes.


BELOW: Don't even think about it, Al!
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DRAGGING A $100 BILL THROUGH A TRAILER PARK
Posted:Nov 21, 2017 11:45 am
Last Updated:Nov 28, 2017 2:38 pm
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“Drag a hundred-dollar bill through a trailer park, you never know what you'll find.”

-- Clinton loyalist James Carville, 1992

Most of you probably remember James Carville's casual dismissal of Bill Clinton's "bimbo eruptions," during his campaign for the presidency. Hillary Clinton, making her debut on the national stage, gave the first of many odious performances which continue to the present. She announced she wasn't the type to "stand by her man like Tammy Wynette" and then proceeded to stand by her man by doing everything she could to destroy the many victims of Bubba's lechery. The national media chuckled a bit and acknowledged that Bill was a bit of a "horndog" who lined the bed of his El Camino pickup with astro turf for impromptu assignations.

25 years later, the media have picked up Carville's challenge and are dragging a metaphorical $100 bill through metaphorical trailer parks, bedrooms, showers, closets, hotel rooms, executive offices, and shopping malls. The mighty are tumbling -- Weinstein, O'Reilly, Charlie Rose, etc. while the hounds are baying and nipping at the heels of Al Franken, Roy Moore, John Conyers, and others.

One notices two things immediately: 1) abuse of power for sexual purposes is more rampant than we thought, and that it knows no single party or political philosophy. 2) Conservatives can ntheless point out that the majority of the offenders are -- gasp -- liberals. If the "Lion of the "Senate" Ted Kennedy were alive he would be in hot water, not to mention JFK and LBJ.

I have been through several waves of emotion reacting to all this. The first reaction was 1) revulsion. It's pretty hard not to have contempt for powerful men trying to get women to watch them shower or m*st*rbate. And it's so puerile to boot -- not even a decent full seduction, just embarrassing chasing around the desk.

2) Phase 2 for me was relief. I checked back through my own life, and came up clean on this . I was no mogul or rock star but I did have some slight power over some 100's of female students, and never once did I suggest that Buffy or Paige could raise her dismal grade with some special "tutoring" in my office.

3) Phase 3 was recognition of partial guilt. Those in charge of our public values keep defining downward what is considered sexual abuse. Did you ever make a pass at a female which turned out to be unwanted? Of course you did. I did. Did you ever tell a risqué story with the goal of ascertaining a girl's sexual availability? Of course you did. I did. All of this can now be considered sexual abuse.

Phase 4) Lessening of guilt. The male of the species is impelled by genetic code to be successful in procreation, and this means we bear the burden of being the aggressor in the whole mating dance. I use the word burden carefully -- men have the curse of potential rejection with every advance. We find ourselves doing silly things to look good to the opposite sex. Male privilege often becomes a male curse.

Somehow we must strike a balance in our judgments of ourselves and others. In many cases, forgiveness is in order for mild offenses in our distant past -- forgiveness for others and for ourselves.

Thoughts?


BELOW: "Serpenthead" himself, as his wife nicknamed him.
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