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  1. Radical-Knight commented on Luann 11 days ago

    What’s more exotic than a crumbling old warehouse?… Uh, a scorched old “Roach-Wagon”?

  2. Radical-Knight commented on Prickly City 18 days ago

    It’s sad that regardless how proficient an independent is, they are immediately rendered impotent by the two major partisan cults and hamstrung before barely approaching the starting blocks. One must claim either major cult because of the straight ticket simpletons and cult proprieties of the electorates. Even though that didn’t work so well for Joe Lieberman, either. Go Bernie!

  3. Radical-Knight commented on Shoe 19 days ago

    I kicked the slats outta my cradle first time I heard that joke!

  4. Radical-Knight commented on Prickly City 21 days ago

    That’s silly, Clinton isn’t spelled with a “K”.

  5. Radical-Knight commented on Pickles about 1 month ago

    I dunno… every sofa I’ve had, has always been more comfortable than any bed I’ve been on (or in). For the curious out there, the reason I had so many was because I was a contract designer and moved around a lot.

  6. Radical-Knight commented on Pickles about 1 month ago

    Why? Is Earl a bed-wetter?

  7. Radical-Knight commented on Pearls Before Swine about 1 month ago

    Hmmm, every time I see ‘Crock-speek’ I think of the Ferengi!

  8. Radical-Knight commented on Endtown about 1 month ago

    I hear Phoebe’s voice from ‘Friends’.

  9. Radical-Knight commented on Ozy and Millie about 1 month ago

    Sorry, but I fail to see the difference between government and organized crime or congress and mob… obviously the Godfather carries more weight than a presidential puppet chosen by congress.

  10. Radical-Knight commented on Prickly City about 1 month ago

    We are a republic that operates as a democracy. Our representatives are people elected by us because they are trained in voicing our wants and desires (for their profit and benefit). These ambitious opportunists, with our help, are now in a position to further their elitism as electors for the people who can then select a president from among themselves. I too voted for what I thought best from what I heard. I voted for Obama the first term although I thought Clinton had a very good chance. They’re mostly all carpet-baggers. The decent, ethical ones won’t support those bills of the career politicians and thus won’t last long.

    It is my opinion that anyone who runs is a carpet-bagger opportunist and therefore disqualifies themselves at being ethically fit for office.

    Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me.
    After Gerald Ford who wasn’t elected the first time and not given an opportunity the second time, I should have learned a valuable lesson. 30 years later, it’s finally sunk in. Presidential elections are a farce. All candidates from the ranks of the opportunist, carpet-baggers are the worst choice for the country only interested in their own glory, wealth and mention in history; and the peoples’ vote is meaningless.