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Trump annihilates McMahon at Wrestlemania in 2007. Politics is a full-contact sport.


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This is just ridiculous. Bill playing with balloons.
Jul 30, 2016 at 6:56 AM | Unregistered Commenterskinflint
Nice video, skin. It confirms that Bill's dementia is irreversible and getting worse.

I think Bill's mental incapacity played a central role in Hillary's private server saga. Bill met Loretta Lynch on the Phoenix tarmac to get instructions on what Hillary needed to say and what she needed to avoid saying. When Lynch figured out--probably in the first 5 minutes--that she was wasting her time on a fruit cake, she steered the convo to grandkids so they could each say--truthfully--that that's what they talked about.

Less than a minute after that meeting was over, however, Lynch did what she had to do in order to save Hillary's ass: she instructed Comey and the FBI to leave no record of Hillary's upcoming interview--no video recording, no audio recording, no stenographer, no notes.

The FBI records its interviews as a matter of course. But it didn't do so with Hillary. Why is that? Because Bill Clinton lacks the mental capacity, in the judgment of none other than the Attorney General, to remember a few simple instructions.

The Clintons make the Caligulas look like sane choir boys.
Jul 30, 2016 at 10:12 AM | Unregistered CommenterCheyenne
The vacuous look on Bills face says it all. He has to be in the stages of dementia. In the meantime here is a nice vid of surfer chicks.
Jul 30, 2016 at 10:20 AM | Unregistered Commenterskinflint
C, Don't know if you caught any of the email dumps from Wiki. Some fun stuff in there. I know I won't read them all, but there are some good ones in there. The last few years have been just plain bad by any kind of standard. There is the 2 tier legal system which just strips away any kind of civility and leads to anarchy. It just seems that things are rolling along at a rapid clip at this point and I don't see how much off the tracks this thing can run. I'm guessing that you heard about the law suit against the DNC, and I am certain that no heads will roll. Bernie got ripped and I don't understand why he even gave his delegates over to that nasty woman. Her speech was an absolute disgrace and NPR actually had an in depth discussion of the showmanship of the whole affair. Just a damned circus. Almost like a bad dream.
Jul 30, 2016 at 10:41 AM | Unregistered Commenterskinflint
That's exactly the big difference, skin, between say 2008 and now. Back then the crisis ripped the face of the system off and thereby exposed the fraud and corruption that permeated the system.

But nothing was done about any of it, either in the way of punishment for past wrongdoings or meaningful reforms going forward. Now the crime and corruption is out in the open for all to see. And the populace is either too stupid or sedated to notice on the one hand, or pretends--falsely--that things were always this way. But they weren't always this way, which is why (1) people went to jail in the wake of previous meltdowns and (2) the reality underlying the 2008 crisis was so shocking to begin with.

Frankly the pretense that things have always been this way is a coward's affectation, and it's extremely dangerous. The popular failure to address the crime and evil that's going on in the bright light of day, every day, will eventually be construed by the perpetrators of this shit as consent.
Jul 30, 2016 at 10:01 PM | Unregistered CommenterCheyenne
I celebrated my brother in laws 78th birthday last night at the Foxwoods Casino. He always was a huge fan of Frank Sinatra so as a present we all chipped in and got tickets to see Robert Davi who is a pretty famous actor and great singer and friend of Old Blue Eyes. The venue was fairly small but comfortable.

About in the middle of the concert, he dedicated a song to "the worlds Greatest Liar", and I chanted "Hill-a-ry-Hill-a-ry" just loud enough for a few in my row and adjacent ones to hear it….

One the way back home we debated whether he was Rep of Dem…. This morning I decided to find out and came across this:





I might have lost money on slots and let it ride, but I really kick myself in the ass for not chanting louder….much louder…..
Jul 31, 2016 at 10:28 AM | Unregistered Commenterjohn
Chelsea Clinton not playing with balloons. The truth will set you free.
Jul 31, 2016 at 7:34 PM | Unregistered Commenterskinflint

It's hard to decide which is the bigger story here: the fact that a rally in Omaha (pop. 435,000) featuring headliners Hillary Clinton and Warren Buffett--a hometown legend--drew a laughable 50 people (not enough to fill most bars), or the fact that the Washington Post reported it as "big" and "boisterous."

You'd think that such a rare public appearance by Hillary could outdraw a third-tier dog show, particularly in view of the media's fawning attention. Alas.

The Grand Media Fiction of 2016 is wearing thinner and thinner as the debates approach. Long popcorn...
Aug 4, 2016 at 6:18 PM | Unregistered CommenterCheyenne
Cheyenne, For my latest adventure in employment villle, it was required that I see a physician before being anointed an official employee. After being asked to disrobe, the Doc had me perform a series of exercises one of which was to cross the room, bend over. and touch my toes. Abruptly the Doc said that was enough and brusquely walked out the door. I put my clothes back on and was led to the front desk. It wasn't til later when I took a shower that I realized the reason for the Docs behavior. The underwear I had worn was pretty shredded, as being unemployed for about 7 months, some things go unpurchased. Like underwear. When the Doc asked me to bend over, the small smock that had been given to me as a sort of wrap, parted and he received a clear view of my unwashed ass. Which brings me to the point of this story. Perhaps the Hillary crowds are small, because, after being around for so long, that second city whitewater hillbilly, has seen enough. One can wear a white pant suit, orange pant suit or a Mao adjusted sweater and at the end of the day, she is still an unwashed ass. At this point she is more a side show, like the fat lady at the carnival.
Aug 5, 2016 at 5:23 AM | Unregistered Commenterskinflint
This by far is going to be the most screwed up election in my lifetime, and further illustrates we are returning to the primordial goo. Maybe next time we crawl out of the primordial goo in a few million years we can do a better job. Meanwhile, where are the RNC and DNC clown cars damn it,

Keep an eye on Turkey, and is anyone hearing the deafening silence of ITAR?

And how about those Iran bribes, I suspected such with the release of the Navy sailors and the big payoff that was given "back" at that time, seems to be a pattern... Also, Iran is joyously violating the nuke deal agreement the Dems keep touting and continues to attempt to launch a ballistic missile.
Aug 6, 2016 at 4:26 AM | Unregistered CommenterS. Gompers
"Frankly the pretense that things have always been this way is a coward's affectation, and it's extremely dangerous. The popular failure to address the crime and evil that's going on in the bright light of day, every day, will eventually be construed by the perpetrators of this shit as consent."

Sumbitch! As usual, Cheyenne sends one down the smokestack. Can't agree with you more on this.

For the record, I don't assent to any of this bullshit.
Aug 7, 2016 at 11:30 PM | Unregistered Commenterpitchfork
Thanks, Pitch. Sorry to hear about the undies, skin.

Btw, fellas, I'm supposed to attend a speaking engagement next week by long-time DB amicus Dylan Ratigan. I will report back here with any intel...
Aug 10, 2016 at 1:22 PM | Unregistered CommenterCheyenne
Do tell C.
Aug 10, 2016 at 7:30 PM | Unregistered Commenterskinflint
Didn't know if any of you all had seen this. I'm sure you have, however, it is weird stuff. Check it out. Don't know if this is as a result of drug impairment or some other health issue. Crazy stuff.
And then there is this.
Aug 10, 2016 at 7:46 PM | Unregistered Commenterskinflint
I have watched nearly every available clip evidencing Hillary's serious neurological disorders and/or brain damage. By the admission of her own official physician's report, she's been on Coumadin, a blood thinner, for years do combat clotting. This is distinct from what's alleged to be a Diazepam injector carried by her ubiquitous handler.

In addition, it may be that Hillary is a severe alcoholic. She looks drunker than shit ascending the staircase to the plane before she face plants:


That assessment is consistent with reports from 2008 that Hillary entered an alcohol rehab:


Evidently that rehab (and possibly others) didn't take, as there are numerous reports to this day that Hillary is a serious boozehound who by freely admits she likes vodka martinis.


Whether the sedative injections are related to alcoholism and withdrawal symptoms I don't know. What I do know is that Hillary needed a bathroom break so long during a primary debate that it disrupted the event, and that she's exhibited short spans where she appears to be in a blackout at least twice in the past week. And that doesn't include her bizarre balloon performance at the convention.

The media won't report anything about this glaringly obvious and deadly serious problem.

There is nowhere to hide, though, during a live debate, as Hillary herself has already showed. While I PLAN on watching these affairs like a hawk, I have my doubts as to whether they'll go forward at all. I think Hillary is in that much trouble.

Do not underestimate the lengths to which TPTB will go to put Hillary in the White House. If "something happens" and it's used as an excuse to cancel one or more debates, I would view it with even more extreme prejudice than Captain Willard showed Colonel Kurtz.
Aug 10, 2016 at 11:03 PM | Unregistered CommenterCheyenne
Oh, and by the way... Why does Hillary's reaction to today's rally protester...


...look so much different than her full-on blackout caused by the rally protester less than a week ago, which she needed said ubiquitous handler to snap her out of...


The only noteworthy similarity between the 2 events was the microscopic attendance.
Aug 10, 2016 at 11:26 PM | Unregistered CommenterCheyenne
And now this. Maybe DB could make page specific to Hillary's slips and slides. Would be good entertainment.
Aug 15, 2016 at 8:49 PM | Unregistered Commenterskinflint
Yeah I saw that. She almost fell but biden helped steady her. She might not make it to November. Infowars reported yesterday on details they received from a source in the secret service who says that flashing lights trigger her mini-seizures. This perfectly explains why she won't do a press conference.

Besides the seizure that everyone has seen (the head bobbing nightmare), she also had a short seizure at the end of the DNC during the balloon drop. Her eyes started darting and she tried to hide it with exagerrated smiling and facial reaction. It was a dead giveaway.

Sick Hillary and Sleepy Clinton should be added to 'crooked and rotten'.'
Aug 16, 2016 at 4:19 AM | Registered CommenterDailyBail
More Dependapotamus talkie movies. Grabbing railings, chairs and leaning on tables. Towards the end though is the best. Nobody will love Scranton more than me when I am president. And she did not even need a teleprompter for that dumb assed statement.
Aug 16, 2016 at 5:58 PM | Unregistered Commenterskinflint
Dylan Ratigan didn't show up at yesterday's event due to an unspecified "medical emergency,"an employee of Soho House in Chicago told the 75 people who'd filled the music room to hear him. Her announcement came more than 30 minutes after his talk was supposed to have started.

No idea if he's okay or any clue about the nature of his "medical emergency."

As a DB contributor, I must share my concern over this.

I was one of the last guests on the Dylan Ratigan Show before he departed abruptly for the west coast in May or early June of 2012 amid public questions about what was going on: was he fired, did he quit, wtf?

Dylan was kind enough to have me on his show to talk about Bailout, which hadn't been released yet. I'd interviewed him for the film, and he was dynamite. That prior interview--not his interview of me--took place in his 30 Rock office just minutes after that day's show had ended.

Now Dylan Ratigan is a big dude. I put him at 6'3" and 230 lbs., with very little fat. When the camera started rolling after VERY brief introductions, I found out that he NEEDED his imposing physical vessel to contain his energy, which 10 seconds into the interview exploded from his mouth for the next forty minutes. It was like severing a main in the Hoover Dam. That was June 2011.

But even that display of intensity hadn't prepared me for what I saw on the set of his live show 11 months later. As soon as the short commercial break started, Ratigan started reading 6 pages of notes that had come out of nowhere. He looked at them the same way the Terminator looks at gearbox in the 18-wheeler right after the driver jumps out. I was that driver, only I'd hung onto the door to watch.

The first thing that came to mind was, "not the time for chit chat." The next two were "heart attack" and "embolism."

So when Ratigan walked away from it all a few weeks later, I was happy for the guy, even though it meant there was no one left on TV to vent our spleen over the criminality that had just begun bursting into bright daylight from the rabbit holes beneath the shiny surface of America's highest echelons.

I'd like to think he wanted nothing to do with it, to forever wash the residue of scum from his hands that came with being a GE employee. But based on his twitter feed over the last few years, I'm not sure he ever abandoned all notions of working in the criminal machine again, though it's certainly possible.

Yesterday's talk was to have been about this: "how to separate money from personal identity and learn how to use your dollars as a tool to open doors to creative possibility and freedom."

I'd say there's more than a little bit of cognitive dissonance hard at work there, and can tell you first-hand that it will eventually catch up to you, and with a vengeance. My hope is that DR is OK.
Aug 18, 2016 at 10:33 AM | Unregistered CommenterCheyenne
Thanks for that, Cheyenne. Dylan clearly worked hard at his old job -- too hard. And it showed. Of course, it was great to watch from the sidelines when everybody else was in the tank for fraud.

I imagine only a small fraction of his viewership realized that they were seeing something truly special.

I've always thought that if this were the 60s, or if we still had folk singers (rather than corporate "artists"), somebody would write a wistful lyric or two about watching Dylan Ratigan on the tee vee.

Hope he's OK. Maybe he was just missed his plane or something.
Aug 18, 2016 at 2:14 PM | Unregistered Commenterpitchfork
Add my name to the list of those who hope for the best for Dylan's health and well-being. His famous rant should be seen by every American old enough to vote. I've never again watched the MSNBC network since he left and have no desire to do so in the future.
Aug 18, 2016 at 3:43 PM | Unregistered CommenterSagebrush
Ratigan is a big man with a voracious appetite for smoking. No surprise there. He's getting older and with that ravages of time set in. A heavy schedule with no break all adds up. Hope he gets some rest and recharges. I was somewhat disappointed when he was pushing for Bloomberg to run. Wotta you gonna do.
Aug 18, 2016 at 8:14 PM | Unregistered Commenterskinflint
Well, the good news is that DR is up and tweeting again, so your missed flight theory may be correct, pitch.

I see your disappointment, skin, and raise you the three vomits those Bloomberg tweets caused me. Yuk. Even more to the point, ugh. You rail against the banksters and then turn around and try pushing THAT fucker into the White House?! That's cognitive dissonance at best. At worst it makes me wonder what Ratigan WASN'T telling us in those rants.


I hadn't watched a TV show FOR YEARS until I found out about DR, Sage, which discovery I believe I made right here. Needless to say, I shut that piece of shit TV off for good in 2012.

On that note, I discovered a short documentary about Hunter Thompson's 1970 run for Aspen sheriff on youtube the other day that I found VERY interesting for a few reasons. First, it was made while he was running and thus includes all original footage. And for that reason, second, I'm quite surprised I never even knew that it existed. Finally, as compelling as it is, there is something "off" about it, which I can't seem to put my finger on...

Aug 18, 2016 at 9:03 PM | Unregistered CommenterCheyenne
Cheyenne, I lived and worked in Aspen and the Roaring Fork Valley 1963 to 1976. First time I saw Hunter was late summer of 1968, I was hauling firewood from Larkspur Mountain above Lenado and my truck broke down by his place up Woody creek. Went up and knocked on his door hoping he had a phone I could use. I had heard he was pretty crazy and, it was true. When he answered the door, he was buck naked carrying a gun belt in one hand and a 44 Mag. revolver in the other. I instantly apologized for bothering him and left hoping I wasn't going to get shot in the back. A month or so later when a bunch of us were drinking in Aspen and I'd met him, he told me the look on my face and my quick exit had him laughing so hard he couldn't have hit me if he'd wanted to. Sheriff Carrol Whitmire was a crooked sob, I know that from personal experience.
Aug 19, 2016 at 12:56 AM | Unregistered CommenterSagebrush
That is without a doubt the most fantastic story I've heard in many, many moons! Thank you so much for sharing it.

My only HST story is far less direct. In the spirit of the small world we live in....

I had more than a couple of sloshfests with the late Jim Monk, a friend who'd been Thompson's bartender (or one of them anyway) in Woody Creek. Monk moved from Colorado to Chicago and worked around the CBOT, but he kept in touch with HST. He was a night owl who loved financial history, but refused to read anything but contemporaneous accounts of events. Occasionally I was able to remain conscious until the bars closed at 4 or 5 am and tagged along to Monk's apt. for a nightcap. One time there was a 27-minute message on JM's answering machine from Thompson that sounded like someone trying to write the Book of Revelations with a dictaphone after drinking all night. It was just fucking unbelievable.

I'd known from Monk's stories that HST wasn't some synthetic product from marketers (which is all you can find now), but that answering message really hammered it home.
Aug 19, 2016 at 2:03 AM | Unregistered CommenterCheyenne
That is some funny shit right there Sage. Sounds like that was what you call a character, of which most these days are gone.
Aug 19, 2016 at 3:51 AM | Unregistered Commenterskinflint
He was smarter then hell and a pretty good guy when he wasn't in scary, crazy, booze and drug consumption mode. In the late 60's and 70's there were plenty of outrageous Hunter Thompson tales making the rounds at the local water holes. A friend in Aspen told me after he passed away, he had pretty much kept up his bad habits all of his life. I am amazed he made it to 67. Most the folks I knew back then headed down the same trail didn't make it to 40.
Aug 19, 2016 at 1:05 PM | Unregistered CommenterSagebrush
Halloween 2016 is right around the corner and it will be a perfect time to get donned into the famous presidential campaigner outfit of Donald Trump. This time, the event will mostly be fascinated with this popular Donald Trump outfit by many of the Halloween Partygoers, but you must try and focus on being the best one to stand out from the rest.
Oct 8, 2016 at 11:48 AM | Unregistered Commenterchangu

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