Steven E 
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Updated on September 11, 2014 at 2:12 PM

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Re: “A foggy open line and preparation for King-Lee Day

Yeah, still doesn't excuse you doing a monumentally stupid and irresponsible thing. Dissemble all you wish you are the one with a serious problem.

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Posted by Steven E on 01/16/2017 at 8:11 PM

Re: “King Day open line, plus a news roundup

Sarge, you might want to do a little research instead of supping at the information free Salon.com trough.

You have a different take, might want to show us what you think you know.

I gave up on pot decades ago as I don't get high, but I get the munchies and the giggles.

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Posted by Steven E on 01/16/2017 at 8:08 PM

Re: “King Day open line, plus a news roundup

Which ones are racist, RYD? Some are highly questionable, but none that I have seen have proven to be racist in manner.

If you want to make the pint, use facts. Name calling failed spectacularly for Hillary. Instead of facts, Hillary chose to exchange insults.

You want to change the landscape, might be best to plant good seeds of doubt to bear good fruit that will cure the ills in DC.

My beef with Sessions is his view on medical pot, but his actions speak loudly to a person who has fought racism throughout his career. Point of fact, Sessions has done more for blacks in Alabama than John Lewis has done for blacks in Georgia.

Wait until Sessions starts gutting the states votes on medical pot, and show them that at one time the GOP supported state's rights in voting against gay marriage. THAT is the stone upon which to sharpen knives.

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Posted by Steven E on 01/16/2017 at 5:34 PM

Re: “A foggy open line and preparation for King-Lee Day

Real good way to get justifiably popped in the nose. Coming up behind someone and pranking them like that isn't so much funny as fodder for one of those World's Dumbest Pranks shows.

So, because of YOUR bias and fears, you want to assault somebody who isn't do anything to you or those around him? Not nice. Not smart.

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Posted by Steven E on 01/16/2017 at 3:16 PM

Re: “A foggy open line and preparation for King-Lee Day

So, Stu, what do you do to someone with a gator mouth and canary ass?

Or are you just a mouth with no guts?

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Posted by Steven E on 01/15/2017 at 6:45 PM

Re: “The open line: Trump says John Lewis, 'all talk'

Stu Softer, plainjim may be right about what Lewis USED to be. His words to you should only carry enough weight that may cause you to take pause and respond in an adult fashion.

Your barely veiled threat to plainjim is over the top. As some have tried to note, gun owners get a lot of crap because they get labelled as easily taken to violent extremes. If you cannot control yourself in response to an octogenarian, then you should get rid of your guns and get out of politics.

You talk of canary ass, you better watch who you threaten.

I will gladly stand in for plainjim. Bring your gun, pussy boy. Against you, I won't need a gun. My wife will record where I will put your gun. You get first move, everything. You even get to apologize to plainjim for your threat.

Plainjim is a wise and gentle soul and would want not me or anyone to stand in his place, but I have a thing about bullies, and Stu boy, you just went too far.

Say when.

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Posted by Steven E on 01/15/2017 at 4:58 PM

Re: “TGIF: An open line and the news roundup

Vanessa, I grew up watching Marilyn Monroe flicks. As a kid, she was a Goddess. As I got older, in Los Angeles, I saw her for the sad figure she became.

Art is like the forest, like nature, a beautiful creation that has so much to offer that is good and healthy and nourishing.

Show Business is like corporate agriculture, like those slaughter houses where nature is crushed for the benefit of another million lining the pockets of the butchers of a beautiful resource.

Bette Davis was a wonderful example of a rebel in a time of Show Business slavery. Marilyn was but one of many victims, a talent who was taken, cultivated, cut, forced and formed like some bonsai tree into what some beautifully tortured bit of art.

Nobody can hear the tree scream, fighting against the wire, bleeding at the cut of the snips. Nobody cared about the screams of Marilyn, her shattered marriages, the bleeding she did do for the benefit and profit of others.

Vanessa, this is one of the better comments on that article you linked.

"NI. Westchester,NY. This article is so voyeuristic. I fell sick. No wonder Marilyn Monro killed herself. The scene is iconic, dreamlike, and what have you. Bottom line is for all her fame, she was treated like just a thing not a woman with real feelings and desires. Poor Marilyn, alone with so many men just devouring her with their eyes and listening to their lewd catcalls. At least let her rest in peace. And frankly, the grandfather's tale doesn't seem endearing. THey seem to be just demeaning to Marilyn and all women."

That is not art, that is Show Business, where art is destroyed for profit for the monkey mass.

Interesting artistic take on Marilyn, from the Nicolas Roeg film.. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UguoW3xKP8…

Saw it the one time when it came out, and I still recall most of it. That is art.

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Posted by Steven E on 01/14/2017 at 9:11 AM

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