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Red_cted • 3 years ago

It is in the "friend of a friend" category, so we know how that works, but my friend tells me that Cosby's pathology was an open secret in the business for a very long time.

QuentinCompson, Negatory • 3 years ago
peterboy, >Do The Work • 3 years ago

fritterin fritterin fritterin...
my resolution.
do it better as it say here:

peterboy, >Do The Work • 3 years ago

the original wrap, says she who must not be named.

bongo fury • 3 years ago

Dem dere sheets. Hiya.

Richard_thunderbay • 3 years ago

Happy birthday Bebe.


My favorite Jewess. And boy, would I like to have been her Jewee.

Gummo • 3 years ago

I knew some friends of her first husband way back when.

As soon as her career started taking off, she dropped him like a hot potato.

If religion had the power to compel
people to respect the rights of other people, you'd be the first one to
whine about theocracy.

Why are you making that sound negative?

Gummo • 3 years ago

[wrong answer in wrong place]

Gummo • 3 years ago

And if my uncle had tits, he'd be my auntie.

We can play the "if" game 'til Jesus returns and it won't mean shit.

$₭€₽₮∫¢ • 3 years ago

A totally delusional comment. Every theocracy exists to deny the rights of other people. Try being a non-catholic living in the Papal States. Nobody was respecting the rights of other people there.

rational thinker • 3 years ago

nobody? Really? I find that hard to believe.

$₭€₽₮∫¢ • 3 years ago

"This shameful font of indifferentism gives rise to that absurd and
erroneous proposition which claims that liberty of conscience must be
maintained for everyone."

"From which
totally false idea of social government they do not fear to foster that erroneous opinion,
most fatal in its effects on the Catholic Church and the salvation of souls, called by Our
Predecessor, Gregory XVI, an "insanity," viz.,
that "liberty of conscience and worship is each man's personal right, which ought to
be legally proclaimed and asserted in every rightly constituted society; and that a right
resides in the citizens to an absolute liberty, which should be restrained by no authority
whether ecclesiastical or civil, whereby they may be able openly and publicly to manifest
and declare any of their ideas whatever, either by word of mouth, by the press, or in any
other way."
The idea that liberty of conscience and and worship is each man's personal right is an insanity.

Rob NYNY • 3 years ago

"Error has no right."

Thurb • 3 years ago

I will say that he was pretentious ass, not that I really met him. The one time I was in the neighborhood, I found out that even on his show he didn't associate with the rabble. You either were invited into Mr. Cosby's inner circle or you were largely invisible, newbie or longterm employee no difference. It is very possible that most of the people who worked with him, even for years, didn't have a clue.

The truth is that I loved his comedy albums when I heard them, liked I Spy and for the most part never got his shows. And I hated his Jello commercials. I didn't doubt the possibility, but was willing to doubt the accusations even if I thought it was more likely to be true than not. That changed with the deposition. He pretty much said hell yes, what's wrong with that in that thing.

CV Danes • 3 years ago

Exactly. Bill Cosby "Himself" is two hours of comedy gold, now forever defunct.

Not saying that makes a difference. If guilty, he deserves whatever is coming to him. But damn, that is a funny film.

cahuenga • 3 years ago

Too funny

Conservative pundit Ann Coulter says Ryan, just seven weeks on the job, is ripe for a primary challenge. "Paul Ryan Betrays America," blared a headline on the conservative site Breibart.com. And Twitter is littered with references to the Wisconsin Republican's new "Muslim beard."

It has its own prayer mat.

Thurb • 3 years ago

Funny how a woman who no relationship with perfection demands it of others.

Or not.

Bill Maher deserves time in hell just for his affection and continued decision to provide a platform for that walking piece of crap.

Macacawitz • 3 years ago

OK. So when do we start the 2016 DEATH pool?

QuentinCompson, Negatory • 3 years ago

Keith Richards will outlive the cockroaches. Other than that, I am certain of nothing.

Macacawitz • 3 years ago

I got Cheney. And I will until he gives me a new and treasured place to empty my bladder.

Do atoms have rights, molecules? How
do combinations and conglomerations of molecules start to have rights?

Well, given that the greatest journeys begin with the smallest steps, I'd like to announce that I'm founding a Molecules Rights Campaign in the New Year.

Please give generously.

$₭€₽₮∫¢ • 3 years ago

Do we get to earmark our donations for our favorite molecules? I am quite partial to this one.


Richard_thunderbay • 3 years ago

Only magical beings can have rights.

Or have brains that can create the secret formula that makes Orange Julius™ so devilishly delicious!!!!

Richard_thunderbay • 3 years ago

If Sparky really wants to prove his point to us, he should submit to radical brain surgery.

If he walks out the same person that he walked in as after having his frontal lobe removed, then I'll believe that he has an immortal soul.

Wally World sells Machetes!
i did not know that.

ErinPDX • 3 years ago

Only time I ever injured myself and had to go for tetanus shot and stitches was when I walked into the old man's machete in the shop.


ErinPDX • 3 years ago

It was propped up by the door to the outside and fell over when I entered from the outside.

Richard_thunderbay • 3 years ago

Oops: Trump fan page attributes Hitler’s ‘Christian’ warrior quote to Donald J. Trump


Doug • 3 years ago

We need better antibiotics, but if no one can pay for them, that's an even bigger problem.

Oddly enough those same antibiotics that have expensive prices when
purchased for human consumption, are cheap enough to give to hogs.

$₭€₽₮∫¢ • 3 years ago

Forget Express Scripts, we are now going to get all our drugs at Farm & Fleet.

Mike E • 3 years ago

Heh, made a contribution to my enviro outfit and this is their responding image... sea turtle high 5! https://donate.ncconservati...

Richard_thunderbay • 3 years ago

My hovercraft is full of delorean.


Now, if THAT! is what tech billionaires do with their money, I'm cool with it.

George • 3 years ago

Oh, noes! The vulgar talking yam says Bernie is going to take away all our golfs.
Charles Pierce to the 19th hole, please.

MsInformed • 3 years ago

Such a liar.

chicago dyke • 3 years ago

Runaway Affluenza mom: when seeking a hair color for a disguise, orange is a poor choice. this is a public service announcement to all people who think rich = smart.

TheOtherWA • 3 years ago

Ordering Domino's pizza falls in the same category. Then again, it's good that most criminals are stupid. Makes them easier to catch.

Doug • 3 years ago

Ordering Domino's pizza is never a good idea, no matter what the surrounding circumstances are.

peterboy, >Do The Work • 3 years ago

shudda used the hotel phone.
but we were in mexico. who knew the nsa works there?

chicago dyke • 3 years ago

old timer, the way it works now, they don't have to leave the beltway to know what anyone is saying on any fone.

Nashvegasdawg • 3 years ago

Done with dental, now at office. Instead of working, reading the 'net.

Not hard to figure out I'm a college sports fan, despite the cognitive dissonance it requires to enjoy. Over at Get the Picture https://blutarsky.wordpress... a blog dedicated to UGA football, its owner, Senator Blutarsky (who is a lefty, despite graduating from a deep South college), keeps a keen eye out on the collision of student-athletes and big money. He links to a WP story https://www.washingtonpost.... about the rising cost of athletic departments, driven primarily by the rise in administrative and support staff pay.
Rising administrative and support staff pay is one of the biggest reasons
otherwise profitable or self-sufficient athletic departments run deficits, according to a Washington Post review of thousands of pages of financial records from athletic departments at 48 schools in the five wealthiest conferences in college sports. In a decade, the non-coaching payrolls at the schools, combined, rose from $454 million to $767 million, a 69 percent jump.
College sports officials long have cited rising costs both to justify mandatory student fees supporting athletics and to argue against paying college athletes.One of the fastest-increasing athletic costs at many of America’s largest public universities, however, is the amount of money flowing into the paychecks of the people running those athletic departments.

An example:
From 2004 to 2014, UCLA Athletic Director Dan Guerrero’s salary increased from $299,000 to $920,000 to do the same job, and his administration grew from 97 to 141 employees, boosting UCLA’s non-coaching payroll from $9.1 million to $16 million. All 2004 figures in this story have been adjusted for inflation.)

Not against paying decent wages to employees, but programs that cry
poverty and charge students outrageous athletic fees don't garner much

Thurb • 3 years ago

I doubt this will get the reaction it should, but if I'm running a college, I'm eliminating the student fees and telling the Athletic Directors flat out to cut the administrative staff and top salaries to make up the difference of that and the additional 5% budget cut they just got.

Chichimec • 3 years ago

How many of his fellow celebrities knew about this and continued to pretend he was a human being in good standing? I keep thinking of all the times I saw him on Letterman's show. Did Letterman know?

And Cosby really is a special kind of pathological aggressive predator to go after these women's reputations the way he did. Deeply sick.