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  1. Thread: Cargo pants

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    Re: Cargo pants

    What Rob says. There's a reason he's EfL.
  2. Thread: Mar a Largo

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    Re: Mar a Largo

    Rubio. There's another guy who's determined that it's acceptable to go through life as a decaying jellyfish.
  3. Thread: Mar a Largo

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    I don't understand McCarthy at all. Why would one want to embrace a plateaued career as a sub-lieutenant in the Nazis? All the personal risk, with none of the benefits of actually holding power...
  4. Thread: Mar a Largo

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    And they're hoping to God that their own names aren't anywhere on the documents the FBI retrieved, or the texts recovered from Alex Jones' cellphone.
  5. Thread: Milley

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    Re: Milley

    According to Glasser's article, he was mortified, and considered it an enormous failure on his part. Milley had realized as they walked out the door that he was being used, and actually peeled off...
  6. Thread: Mar a Largo

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    I understand your point, but disagree.

    Yes, Trumpists will go nuts. But the DoJ's best protection against some argument at trial that they'd prejudiced a jury is to not make any statements...
  7. Thread: Mar a Largo

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    Some of the documents originally taken to Mar a Lago were apparently at the very highest levels of classification - such that the National Archives couldn't even publicly name the documents in their...
  8. Thread: Mar a Largo

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    While noting the occasional obvious exceptions (e.g. Giuliani), various commentators observe that the vast majority of people who have this kind of search warrant executed on them get criminally...
  9. Thread: Milley

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    This story in the New Yorker by Susan Glasser and Peter Baker goes into that question in remarkable depth. It's an excerpt from a book they're writing, but which they released now, before the book...
  10. Thread: Mar a Largo

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    FBI apparently informed the Secret Service that they were about to execute the search warrant, to ensure that there'd be no resistance. There was none, so I'd heard reported, and the Secret Service...
  11. Thread: Mar a Largo

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    The FBI left a copy of the warrant, as they're required to do. It laid out the crimes the FBI believes had been committed, and itemized the specific evidence of those crimes which they had probable...
  12. Thread: Milley

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    I think there's a fascinating "coincidence" that this letter, from the present Chair of the Joint Chiefs suddenly was priorized for a book preview release immediately prior to the Mar a Lago search...
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    Re: Trump and Hitler's generals

    Maybe the Von Stauffenberg group will have better luck this time.
  14. Thread: Mar a Largo

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  15. Thread: Mar a Largo

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    Re: Mar a Largo

    Very hard to walk away from a cult. To admit you've been so suckered, for so long.
  16. Thread: Mar a Largo

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  17. Thread: Mar a Largo

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    Apparently the Trumpish forums are at least as full of violent rhetoric tonight as just before Jan6.

    I find myself thinking that I now understand why, all of a sudden, Gen Milley's devastating...
  18. Thread: Mar a Largo

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  19. Thread: Mar a Largo

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    Any evidence discovered executing the warrant can be lawfully used in the investigation of other crimes not mentioned in the search warrant too.

    The 15 boxes of documents seem to have provided...
  20. Thread: Mar a Largo

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    Reports now that the raid was in relation to the 15 boxes of documents taken.

    They broke into the safe looking for some of the stuff.
  21. Thread: Mar a Largo

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    White House was unaware till the news broke publicly. Referring all questions to the DoJ.

    As is 100% appropriate.

    Hella good week for Biden though .
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    Re: January 6th Committee

    Raid apparently began early this morning, and carried on throughout the day. Focused on the areas of Trump's personal office and personal residence.
  23. Thread: Mar a Largo

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    2 things. First, "probable cause" that evidence of a specific crime would be there was required. For damned sure, a Federal Judge would not have signed their name to search Trump's residence if the...
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    Re: Cat converter theft protection

    If you think cats can be converted, you haven't tried.
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    Re: Happy birthday to Katherine…

    Happy b-day, Kat. Hope it's lovely, and the start of a great year.
  26. Thread: Trump is Toast

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    Re: Trump is Toast

    https://abcnews.go.com/Politics/secret-service-hands-agents-phone-numbers-jan-committee/story?id=88045692

    The J6 committee now has the phone numbers of secret service agents, which they can now...
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    Re: Alex Jones' bad day

    They've come back. About $45M in punitive damage, subject to whatever restrictions Texas law may put on it.

    Clearly the jury was aware that this was but the first of 3 such cases by different...
  28. Thread: If Not Now, When?

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    Re: If Not Now, When?

    We're all lucky, in much the same way .
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    Re: Alex Jones' bad day

    Beau has an interesting video up. Observes that Jones is very, very connected to the upper tiers of Trumpworld. And that the privileges which all lapsed respecting whatever is on that phone will...
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    Re: Alex Jones' bad day

    The plaintiffs' lawyers suggest that Jones be fined $1 for every American whose opinion about Sandy Hook may have been influenced by exposure to Jones' repeated claims that the killings never...
  31. Thread: If Not Now, When?

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    Re: If Not Now, When?

    Bracque?
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    Re: January 6th Committee

    What was it that Oscar Wilde said? To lose one parent is tragic. To lose both seems like carelessness..
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    Re: Alex Jones' bad day

    J6 committee confirms that it will subpoena Jones' texts and emails.

    Bear in mind, he apparently testified to them several months ago. Depending on what he said then, what documents he may have...
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    Re: Alex Jones' bad day

    Apparently the plaintiffs' lawyer informed Jones' lawyers the same day the error occurred, and gave 10 days to indicate if anything should be considered privileged. No response.

    So 2 days ago,...
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    Re: Alex Jones' bad day

    https://twitter.com/StuckInRedMO/status/1554884635842183168?s=20&t=poQAkuqoe_cUckq4ByH50w



    Edited to add ... the NBC story is apparently from 2019, and the images were found on documents he had...
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    Alex Jones' bad day

    He's in court this week, already convicted of lying and causing harm to the parents of the kids slaughtered at Sandy Hook, by maintaining for years that the shooting was "a hoax." This week's...
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    Re: January 6th Committee

    I'm well past being angry.
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    Re: January 6th Committee

    Yes. This is getting as improbable as100 monkey theory and Shakespeare.
  39. Re: TRump hosting Arab ruling class to a golf tournament

    Apparently, Trump had the Official Seal of the President of the United States on everything from golf carts to hand towels during this golf tournament. Which is illegal use, Twitter tells me. ...
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    Re: A Pretty Good Doodle, I Think. Of A Boat.

    loving these. Loving. These.
  41. Thread: Trump is Toast

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    Re: Trump is Toast

    Lions deserve better nutrition than an orange lump of hydrogenated fat.
  42. Thread: If Not Now, When?

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    Re: If Not Now, When?

    Blue Bayeux. Or black, I guess.

    When does William show up with the horses?
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    Re: A gentleman's pocket knife

    I've got a nice frankenstein-ish pukko. Bought a traditional and no-nonsense carbon steel blade made by Lauri (the 5401), and made a handle from some Ash I had in the workshop. I'll probably pour a...
  44. Thread: Trump is Toast

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    Re: Trump is Toast

    Let him beg, the f#cking orange snowflake. The civil suits from Capitol Police injured on Jan6 should bankrupt him.
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    Re: A gentleman's pocket knife

    Beautiful, Joe. Timeless design, not a curve that's irrelevant or out of place.
  46. Thread: Joe Manchin III

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    Re: Joe Manchin III

    Bear in mind that literally dozens of laws introduced (and in some instances allowed by courts to stand) in the past 2 years by Republican state houses were designed not so much to encourage people...
  47. Thread: Joe Manchin III

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    Re: Joe Manchin III

    Which is perhaps an argument to increase taxation on the very wealthy even more. Fine. I'm sure there are plenty of elected members who agree, but Manchin likely isn't among them.

    The fact that...
  48. Thread: Phillip Allen

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    Re: Phillip Allen

    Sub-optimal due diligence? :D
  49. Thread: Joe Manchin III

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    Re: Joe Manchin III

    If any household earning $400k isn't paying 15% tax, I don't care if they don't meet some subjective standard of whether they're wealthy. They're not gonna be forced into eating canned tuna 3X/week...
  50. Thread: If Not Now, When?

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    Re: If Not Now, When?

    Makes me so happy to read that.
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