The Rose Garden and White House happenings: “Awoke” in the Land of Nod

Speaking of erections: 

"In a now-infamous passage from the adult entertainer’s newly released memoir, Full Disclosure, Daniels writes in granular detail about her alleged 2006 affair with the future commander-in-chief, writing, “I lay there, annoyed that I was getting **** by a guy with Yeti pubes and a dick like the mushroom character in Mario Kart … It may have been the least impressive sex I’d ever had, but clearly, he didn’t share that opinion.”

https://www.rollingstone.com/tv/tv-news/stormy-daniels-trump-penis-mushroom-kimmel-732426/


mtierney said:

Perhaps another meme in the making...

https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=video&cd=&ved=2ahUKEwiGkZnV27TuAhWWWM0KHdTyCTsQtwIwB3oECAIQAg&url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.latinpost.com%2Farticles%2F149183%2F20210123%2Fvideo-schumer-makes-hilarious-incited-gaffe-senate-speech-social-media.htm&usg=AOvVaw3LVvVtyNYYkHsQHVbUfm8_

Ya gotta love the fact that this morning, as the rest of the country attends virtual mass and/or reads the Sunday funnies, mtierney's heart is racing at the idea that Donald Trump might still be able to have an erection.

She may have lost her mind but she's still got her libido.


A vulgar quotation, unrelated to Schumer’s gaffe, from a sleazy Rolling Stone interview, is okay on MOL. 

A story about a baby born with only 3% of her brain, who was loved and cherished for the month she lived, was considered unfit here? 

Epoch Times offers a variety of stories, often with heartwarming accounts of goodness. Yes, it has conservative, anti-communism bent, but reading different points of view, and judging for yourself when good news is just that, good news. The newspaper has a growing circulation at a time when many newspapers barely survive. 

The salacious aspects in life keep some newspapers, magazines, etc afloat. There will always be an audience for such content, sadly.

Jamie has banned Epoch Times quotations, as you all know. Why, I really don’t know.



mtierney said:

Jamie has banned Epoch Times quotations, as you all know. Why, I really don’t know.

Cause its crap?

In any case, I don't think anyone is objecting to your apparent obsession with Trump's tiny orange erection, we just think its funny.

Carry on....


mtierney said:

A vulgar quotation, unrelated to Schumer’s gaffe, from a sleazy Rolling Stone interview, is okay on MOL. 



Just remember who had unprotected sex with the person who said it, while he was married. And yet it's the quotation that offends you. 

btw - How did you like the inauguration and celebration that evening - pretty great, wasn't it?  



mtierney said:

A vulgar quotation, unrelated to Schumer’s gaffe, from a sleazy Rolling Stone interview, is okay on MOL. 

It was totally related to the link you posted, which was about a "gaffe" that referred to Trump's erection. Did you not read the article you posted?


mtierney said:

A story about a baby born with only 3% of her brain, who was loved and cherished for the month she lived, was considered unfit here? 

Lie.  Details below the following quote from that same post. 

mtierney said:

Epoch Times offers a variety of stories, often with heartwarming accounts of goodness. Yes, it has conservative, anti-communism bent, but reading different points of view, and judging for yourself when good news is just that, good news. The newspaper has a growing circulation at a time when many newspapers barely survive. 

The salacious aspects in life keep some newspapers, magazines, etc afloat. There will always be an audience for such content, sadly.

Jamie has banned Epoch Times quotations, as you all know. Why, I really don’t know.

Everyone knows why.  The picture below shows what is on the screen when you click on the link for the "heartwarming account".  You have to give them information about you, in order to read the story.

Epoch Times trolls for email addresses by republishing "heartwarming stories" it finds from other sources.  Epoch Times is not in the "heartwarming story" business, though, it's in the political propaganda business.  Getting more contact information about more people serves its goal of spreading its political propaganda.  Anyone who posts a link telling people to entice people to give that information, is helping Epoch Times collect something it considers valuable. 

Mr. J. Ross doesn't want unsuspecting readers at his business to be victimized by an email-collecting operation like this.  It wasn't about the "heartwarming story" at all.


I like the symmetry of the Trump coin being minted on a metal that was named for Russia. Plus Ruthenium oxide is toxic and highly volatile, much like the orange blob on the obverse.


Two thoughts about the "cartoon" from last evening.

1.  Only people who didn't actually watch the inauguration (or hope their audience didn't) would think it worth sharing.

2.  If you watched the inauguration, you saw Joe Biden jog over to "fist bump" with Al Roker.  That was more jogging than Donald Trump did during his four years as President.


One thought about the Senate trial of the traitor Donald Trump: compounding the cowardice of the last 4 years, the Senate GOP - to a person - wishes Trump were gone forever yet will probably not vote to convict.  


nohero said:

Two thoughts about the "cartoon" from last evening.

1.  Only people who didn't actually watch the inauguration (or hope their audience didn't) would think it worth sharing.

2.  If you watched the inauguration, you saw Joe Biden jog over to "fist bump" with Al Roker.  That was more jogging than Donald Trump did during his four years as President.

 I heard that the president will keep Saturdays work free. Not sure about Sundays.


Maplewood makes news...

https://nymag.com/intelligencer/2021/01/maplewood-new-jersey-school-reopening.html

If private and parochial schools have been able to operate safely, I think reopening public schools makes sense. 


mtierney said:

 I heard that the president will keep Saturdays work free. Not sure about Sundays.

 Biden goes to mass every Sunday, so at leas the mornings will be free.  I'd have thought you'd admire that the president actually practices his religion.


mtierney said:

Maplewood makes news...

https://nymag.com/intelligencer/2021/01/maplewood-new-jersey-school-reopening.html

If private and parochial schools have been able to operate safely, I think reopening public schools makes sense. 

Do you know whether the schools you mention that are open do "operate safely"?

Are you aware of those that opened, and then closed again?


mtierney said:

 I heard that the president will keep Saturdays work free. Not sure about Sundays.

 President working a full 5 days, all day, during the week is a big improvement.


nohero said:

mtierney said:

 I heard that the president will keep Saturdays work free. Not sure about Sundays.

 President working a full 5 days, all day, during the week is a big improvement.

 Instead of flying to Florida on Friday afternoons in the winter so he can golf at his club, and charge the government for the secret service rooms at Mar a Lago and golf carts, and to NJ on Friday afternoons in the summer to do the same, charging the government for rooms at his club for secret service. 


nohero said:


Do you know whether the schools you mention that are open do "operate safely"?

Are you aware of those that opened, and then closed again?

 Without a serge of new COVID cases while schools remained in session, the correct assumption would be they operated safely. 

Yes. I am sure both the parents and kids appreciated some sense normalcy, and benefited socially and emotionally from reopened schools — even if closure proved necessary again.


mtierney said:

 Without a serge of new COVID 

Its spelled "surge" cheese


ml1 said:

 Biden goes to mass every Sunday, so at leas the mornings will be free.  I'd have thought you'd admire that the president actually practices his religion.

 The cartoon uses a description that I first heard in decades ago. I don’t think buffets are ever coming back, but the comment is fitting. 


mtierney said:

ml1 said:

 Biden goes to mass every Sunday, so at leas the mornings will be free.  I'd have thought you'd admire that the president actually practices his religion.

 The cartoon uses a description that I first heard in decades ago. I don’t think buffets are ever coming back, but the comment is fitting. 

 You have a lot of gumption posting about cafeteria Catholics. You're the best example of that on MOL.


mtierney said:

 The cartoon uses a description that I first heard in decades ago. I don’t think buffets are ever coming back, but the comment is fitting. 

 Says the "lady"  who supported a death penalty loving, porn star screwing, abortion forcing tiny orange erection having 2 Corinthians saying Mango Mussolini.

If ever there was a pick and chooser......


I see that mtierney is still posting cartoons that mock Biden's mask wearing. Over 400,000 Americans have died of COVID, many of whom thought masks were a joke, or were exposed to the coronavirus because others thought masks were a joke, and cartoonists still mock mask wearing. 


I want whatever these Q-Nuts are vaping.


mtierney said:

nohero said:

Do you know whether the schools you mention that are open do "operate safely"?

Are you aware of those that opened, and then closed again?

 Without a serge of new COVID cases while schools remained in session, the correct assumption would be they operated safely. 

Yes. I am sure both the parents and kids appreciated some sense normalcy, and benefited socially and emotionally from reopened schools — even if closure proved necessary again.

 In other words, you're not aware of the facts but are making assumptions.


mtierney said:

 The cartoon uses a description that I first heard in decades ago. I don’t think buffets are ever coming back, but the comment is fitting. 

 If you actually feel that using that label is useful, then it would be more "fitting" for a Catholic supporter of Trump than for Joe Biden.


mtierney said:

 The cartoon uses a description that I first heard in decades ago. I don’t think buffets are ever coming back, but the comment is fitting. 

 I understand that being so-called "pro-life" is very important to you. Are you aware the Trump administration was on a federal execution spree over the past few months? Does that bother you?

Or do you just drop in to the cafeteria to partake of the anti-abortion offering  and pass on the anti-death penalty doctrine?

Because of you were going to be consistent, you'd deplore Trump for his execution assembly line as much as you deplore Biden for not being against abortion. 


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