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Posts by Crusher138

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  • How Bad Ideology Destroys Good TV: Why the hit TV show 'Glee' Crashed and Burned

    02/25/2015 8:58:18 AM PST · 47 of 56
    Crusher138 to SeekAndFind

    As soon as a show inserts a gay character, we put it on probation.

    Should that show go on to graphically depict a physical relationship between two people of the same sex, we stop watching.

    The Walking Dead recently added two gay characters and had them kissing in the same show. Worse, in the “Talking Dead” after show, the actor that plays Rick (the leader) went on to wax eloquent about how touching and loving that scene was. That did it for me.

    Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil; that put darkness for light, and light for darkness; that put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter! Isaiah 5:20

  • Apple starts free repair program for glitchy MacBook Pros

    02/20/2015 12:15:26 PM PST · 75 of 82
    Crusher138 to Admin Moderator
    We ignore them

    Do you ignore the abuse reports when the poster is calling Apple users homosexual? Would you ignore abuse reports if they were calling Mormons homosexual? Or maybe if they called all motor cycle riders homosexual, would that warrant Admin intervention?

    I am suddenly disillusioned...

  • Apple starts free repair program for glitchy MacBook Pros

    02/20/2015 12:11:55 PM PST · 74 of 82
    Crusher138 to bolobaby

    And you don’t have to read or post to these threads.

    Do I see you berating the gardening threads? The endless, no sense of brevity Catholic threads? The “we hate Mormons” threads?

    There are lots of threads I avoid on FR. Maybe you should do the same?

  • The paradox of popping back in time

    02/17/2015 7:26:39 AM PST · 25 of 53
    Crusher138 to Crusher138

    “in doing so” not “in doing do”

    Proofreading and morning do not go together.

  • The paradox of popping back in time

    02/17/2015 7:25:10 AM PST · 24 of 53
    Crusher138 to BenLurkin

    He sort of has it right.

    You can visit the past, but in doing do, you have created a new timeline going forward. You cannot return to your original timeline. The new timeline may be similar, but because so many events turn on what amounts to chance, the further back you go, the more unrecognizable your starting point will be should you ever return to it.

    There is a coherent “real” timeline, we may or may not be in it, that “created” timelines either merge into at some point or branch away from entirely. What happens to those branching timelines is the stuff of fantasy and nightmares.

  • 7 States With the Most People on Food Stamps

    02/16/2015 2:14:14 PM PST · 57 of 100
    Crusher138 to Kartographer

    Here in New Mexico it is common to see someone checking out at the grocery store while using 3 or 4 (or more) EBT cards.

    After one ahead of me checked out I asked the checkout girl, what was the deal? Isn’t that fraudulent? Or even theft?

    No, she says. It seems that those poor souls who live in the middle of nowhere will send their friends into the big city of Rio Rancho with a grocery list and their EBT cards. One person may be shopping for half a dozen families.

    Sure they are.

  • ISLAM will take over this planet, say hello World Caliphate.

    02/13/2015 3:12:52 PM PST · 75 of 83
    Crusher138 to West Texas Chuck

    Just my opinion/thoughts:

    Israel is the lynch pin of both Christianity and Judaism. Should Islam destroy it, they will consider it a sign that their religion is supreme. They will not have a world wide caliphate until Israel is destroyed. The will of a billion Muslims is the destruction of Israel. Only divine intervention will save it.

    America is being taken out of the role of “Defender of Israel” so that it will be clear to the Muslims that, when they fail, it was Jehovah that defeated them. I think that is Obama’s purpose, to take America out of the equation for the greater glory of God.

    Should Islam be successful in destroying Israel, it will be a Pyrrhic victory at best. Israel has the “Sampson Option” ready to go and will cause MASSIVE destruction should they be attacked to the point of extinction.


    02/02/2015 3:21:19 PM PST · 15 of 57
    Crusher138 to Reverend Saltine

    I was pretty pissed at the Jeep commercial.

    Globalist, commie, feel-good kum by ya bullcrap.

  • Mitt Romney Not Running for President in 2016

    01/30/2015 12:02:39 PM PST · 66 of 116
    Crusher138 to Kaslin

    Makes me smile.

  • Giving up Hell for a Year: How it could revolutionize our relationships

    01/29/2015 8:02:52 AM PST · 10 of 17
    Crusher138 to avenir

    My views on hell, for what it is worth...

    God is light, love, healing, hope, forgiveness...all things good are just aspects and reflections of Him. Hell is literally an eternal separation from God, a place of darkness, hate, pain, hopelessness, guilt and regret.

    In the same way our minds cannot even fathom the awesome wonder of heaven, we cannot comprehend the horror of hell.

    Heaven is going to be better than we can possible imagine. Hell is going to be much, much worse than our most horrific nightmares.

    The Bible is also clear on one other point...those in hell know who is in heaven. Look to Jesus’ parable of the rich man and the beggar - the rich man, in hell, can see the beggar he ignored in life being comforted in heaven. I suspect that the awareness does not necessarily go both ways as heaven would become less wonderful if we could see the eternal suffering of those that we knew who rejected God and His Son.

  • ‘Jupiter Ascending’ Debuts to Muted Crowd at Sundance

    01/29/2015 7:50:22 AM PST · 25 of 26
    Crusher138 to C19fan

    A movie released in January or February is done so to die. The studio doesn’t want to waste the precious summer or holiday release windows.

    That being said, every once in a while you get a winner in January/February. Hollywood wanted American Sniper to bomb, but the quality of the film and the lack of serious competition made it a hit.

    You know you are REALLY in for a dog when a movie was supposed to be released in the summer or holidays and it was pushed back to February.

  • Apple just made $18 billion in 90 days, more than 435 firms in the S&P 500 in total

    01/28/2015 10:25:27 AM PST · 26 of 29
    Crusher138 to Ultra Sonic 007
    How much money do you wager you'd have saved over 2 years if you bought the phone outright and shopped around for your data plan?

    My business is on a grandfathered in plan. We pool 1750 talk minutes (cell to any cell is free) and have unlimited text and data. Each line that I add is $29.95 per month. I don't know of any better plan.

  • Apple Just Had The Most Profitable Quarter Of Any Company Ever

    01/28/2015 6:34:25 AM PST · 35 of 50
    Crusher138 to Not gonna take it anymore

    I have to keep a couple of Windows machines around for specific Windows rip software for my t-shirt printers and embroidery digitizing software. I also need a specific version of Quickbooks that isn’t available on Mac, which I run virtually using VMware Fusion. Everything else is Mac.

    Just compare the price of setting up a ten user Windows server vs a ten user Mac server. I just Googled “Windows Server” and I can’t even figure out what I would need, but I’m pretty sure it is hundreds if not thousands of dollars for just the software. Mac server is $29 with unlimited user licenses.

  • Apple just made $18 billion in 90 days, more than 435 firms in the S&P 500 in total

    01/27/2015 3:21:16 PM PST · 11 of 29
    Crusher138 to Crusher138

    I bought for my Mom, one for my sister.

    My sister, who hated all things Apple, is now delighted and wondering why she didn’t do this sooner.

    My mom, who is 82 years old, has no problems operating it, where her cheap Android POS was always giving her fits.

  • Apple just made $18 billion in 90 days, more than 435 firms in the S&P 500 in total

    01/27/2015 3:19:07 PM PST · 10 of 29
    Crusher138 to Ultra Sonic 007

    Newest iPhone 6, 16GB, is $99 with a 2 year contract at Sprint.

  • Apple announces Q1 2015 results: 74.5 million iPhones, 21.4 million iPads, 5.5 million Macs sold

    01/27/2015 3:00:58 PM PST · 26 of 61
    Crusher138 to HamiltonJay

    My new employee has the newest Samsung Galaxy 5,786,341. We had to hook it up to our Square problems, a little kludgy, but no problems.

    Her battery died and she needed to charge a customer’s card, so she borrowed my wife’s iPhone. First time she had ever used one.

    She comes up to me after the customer has gone and says. “how long do I have to work here before I get one of these?”

  • Apple destroys Street with all-time record earnings

    01/27/2015 2:00:44 PM PST · 11 of 42
    Crusher138 to Star Traveler

    Those horrible, left wing, gay, stupid Apple customers are multiplying! Horrors!

    I am soooooo glad I own Apple stock!

  • As robots start to take over retail, will there be any jobs left?

    01/26/2015 3:36:38 PM PST · 73 of 82
    Crusher138 to discostu

    A glut of labor often leads to large projects becoming cost effective.

    According to my understanding of market economics, an oversupply of labor will drive the cost of such labor down. While governments may try to artificially prop up wages with minimum wage laws and welfare programs, the market will eventually compensate (through inflation generally) and restore balance.

    We have no idea what the jobs of tomorrow will be. Could you imaging explaining a web page developer to someone 50 years ago?

  • Why Law School Is A Waste Of Money Unless You Get Into A Top School

    01/26/2015 8:55:36 AM PST · 19 of 36
    Crusher138 to SeekAndFind

    The whole thing hinges on the definition of “good” law career.

    I have a friend who graduated five years ago from a state university law school in the top half (barely) of his class. He got picked up as an associate and earned $40K a year, which isn’t a bad salary for where he lives. After he saw that he wasn’t going to make junior partner any time soon, he and two friends formed their own firm. They aggressively marketed their firm and are doing well. Mostly corporate work for smaller companies. He says he is going to make over $100K this year.

    If you define a “good” law career as moving up the ladder of one of the big firms in New York, Washington, Chicago or Los Angeles, then they are right, pickings are slim. But if you are an entrepreneurial minded individual, then you can still do well in law.

  • Wife Comes Home to See What Her Husband Has Done to the House: ‘I’m in Shock’

    01/21/2015 12:49:49 PM PST · 87 of 99
    Crusher138 to wardaddy

    Had a buddy in the construction business who was getting divorced. He was all sweetness and light through the proceedings. She didn’t know that he knew about her lover. He gave her the house and a cash settlement that was more than generous.

    I complimented him on how well he handled the whole situation. That’s when he shared with me that he really hadn’t handled it well. Nothing like a guy who build houses for a living to know how to demolition a house and still have it look normal. Seems he disconnected over half of the outlets, loosened pipes, removed screws and replaced them with nails, sabotaged the air conditioning...all manner of things that “just kept happening” while she and her new man “lived in his house.”

    For months after I would see him smiling and he’d say, “$4,000”, or “$2600”, relating to me the most recent repair bill she had to pay.


  • I’m tired of suppressing myself to get along with white people

    01/20/2015 12:19:23 PM PST · 149 of 178
    Crusher138 to Second Amendment First

    She views the entire world through the eyes of race.

    If you substituted black for white and white for black in that essay, you’d think she was a white supremacist.

    She is a bigot and a racist.

  • Threatened bird showing up at higher elevations [ Colorado: yellow-billed cuckoo ]

    01/20/2015 9:45:31 AM PST · 23 of 32
    Crusher138 to hlmencken3

    As of data from January of 2014, the top three Congressional Districts with the most Jews are:

    New York 10th, 37.62%
    Florida 21st, 24.27%
    New York 3rd, 22.01%

    I used to work in Florida’s 15th, which is now mostly covered by the 21st. I was told that, of likely voters, over 80% were Jewish. They might not hold the majority, but they turn out in HUGE numbers.

  • Miss Universe Gets Hot (HOTTIES ALERT)

    01/16/2015 3:21:23 PM PST · 50 of 93
    Crusher138 to goldstategop

    Sorry still haven’t bothered to learn the correct way to put a link in here, but...

    That is the slide show of the swimsuit shots. Some ideas of what passes for “beauty” border on the hilarious. Interesting how some of the Scandinavian countries have dark haired contestants and some of the Central and South American countries have blondes...

  • Flu Vaccine is Only 12% Effective For Many of Us

    01/16/2015 1:34:09 PM PST · 28 of 44
    Crusher138 to Ditter

    I was about 40, so 12-13 years ago.

    As I said, the vaccine itself didn’t give me the flu. My doctor friends say that it is medically impossible. Instead, it temporarily lowered my resistance and I caught the flu regardless of the vaccine. Within a week, both times.

  • Supreme Court to Decide Whether Constitution Protects Same-Sex Marriage

    01/16/2015 1:30:04 PM PST · 17 of 166
    Crusher138 to Jim Robinson

    It will be a 6-3 decision in favor of gay marriage.

    Only Thomas, Scalia and Alito will vote for traditional marriage.

    Roberts is compromised and Kennedy just wants to be liked.

  • Flu Vaccine is Only 12% Effective For Many of Us

    01/16/2015 1:15:52 PM PST · 17 of 44
    Crusher138 to Nancy29

    I have receive the flu shot twice and both times caught the flu soon after.

    I erroneously thought, and told people, that the flu shot gave me the flu.

    A recent report though says that, in some people, the flu shot can temporarily compromise your immune system. So, while the shot didn’t give me the flu, it lowered my resistance and I caught it anyway.

  • Couple who fell in love as men are walking down the aisle as BRIDES after both undergo sex change

    01/09/2015 1:06:13 PM PST · 56 of 80
    Crusher138 to freedomlover

    Does anyone in England have normal eyes? The fat(ter) one’s left eye appears to be a 1/2” lower than the right!

  • Report: Charlie Hebdo Attackers, Market Gunman Killed In Raids

    01/09/2015 9:19:43 AM PST · 33 of 40
    Crusher138 to Kaslin

    Anyone else think it is strange that the “suspect” just happened to leave his ID in an abandoned stolen car? Leads me to think that either...

    1. He was unbelievably unlucky/careless/stupid
    2. He was a patsy being set up to take the fall while the real perps got away
    3. France ID’d them some other secret or covert way that they do not want to become public knowledge.

  • I Wasn't Treating My Husband Fairly, And It Wasn't Fair

    01/08/2015 4:50:15 PM PST · 184 of 200
    Crusher138 to Obadiah

    You forgot one thing - if the white male is competent, intelligent and good looking, 90% of the time he is evil.

  • How Apple and Google are Killing Microsoft

    01/07/2015 7:46:42 AM PST · 98 of 153
    Crusher138 to topspinr

    I have built dozens of PC’s in my time. There were a couple of straws that broke the camel’s back for me:

    1. You don’t own that copy of the operating system - You can build a PC, but if you want Windows on it, you “officially” have to buy a new copy for each machine at considerable expense.

    2. When something doesn’t work, blame someone else - The software people blame the hardware people and the hardware people blame the software people.

    3. Update hell - not only does the Windows operating system need constant updating, but it seems that every update causes some software or hardware to require an update as well.

    4. Virus/Malware Protection Extortion - while there are plenty of “free” anti-virus programs out there, those are constantly bugging you to upgrade to their “pro” version. Keeping such software up to date on the seven computers at my business and the four computers at home was costly and time consuming.

    I still have a few PCs floating around for special uses and gaming (for my son), but day by day they are used less and less. My Macs now do over 90% of our work and play and soon I hope it will be 100%!

  • The secret histories of 6 ubiquitous American foods

    12/29/2014 1:34:23 PM PST · 30 of 58
    Crusher138 to lee martell

    College made me frugal and experimental as well.

    Back before chicken wings were trendy, they were cheap. In the early 1980’s I was able to buy them for $.25 to $.50 a pound and they became my main source of protein. I would oven bake them with garlic powder and paprika and, just before I took them out of the oven, I would put thin slices of Velveeta cheese on them.

    When I was REALLY poor, I made “pizza” out of English Muffins, ketchup, and Velveeta. Tasted better than it sounds.

  • The Ruble Is Crashing

    12/29/2014 12:22:20 PM PST · 6 of 58
    Crusher138 to elhombrelibre

    But, but, but I thought the sanctions were narrow and ineffective and that the Russians just laughed at them.

    I think we are being set up as the boogieman. Explaining to the average Russian that having the bulk of their economy based on oil production and pricing is a bad thing would lead to discontent with the leadership. Instead, blame it on the imperialistic Americans who don’t want Russia to save their brethren in the Ukraine from the horrible Ukrainian fascists. Those evil Americans imposed crippling sanctions designed to starve Russian children.

    This will not end well.

  • New York Times Columnist Approves: “Let the Fires Burn Until Every City is on its Knees”

    12/29/2014 8:42:24 AM PST · 35 of 79
    Crusher138 to SeekAndFind

    Jeeze...enough of the big talk already. You want to bring it on, bring it on. You’ll long for the days when you were 13% of the population.

  • Why God Used Angels to Announce Christ's Birth

    12/24/2014 9:27:01 AM PST · 9 of 10
    Crusher138 to lifeofgrace

    Anyone else notice that just about anytime someone in the Bible sees an angel they are afraid?

    They must be scary/impressive/glorious beings!

  • Is Jameis Winston Worth the Trouble?

    12/23/2014 12:37:25 PM PST · 26 of 46
    Crusher138 to GunRunner

    The Publix incident is a weird one, too.

    According to my inside info, Jameis was sent to Publix to pick up the crab legs. If you watch the video, he casually walks in, straight to the counter, a guy hands him the crab legs, he casually walks out.

    A couple of things that are hinky here - not common knowledge is that there was no price tag on the crab legs. Jameis was told to pick them up - we do not know by whom. If it were a coach or a booster, there could be NCAA trouble for both the team and the person that arranged for the pick up and the store (if they were not paid for by a third party). A manager who was not in on the arrangement called the cops. Jameis then falls on his sword for the team and/or booster and confesses to a theft he didn’t commit. The store refuses to press charges (Publix is a large chain and that decision was not made by a lowly store manager). Without the store willing to press charges, there is no crime.

    Jameis did not at the time of the incident think he was stealing. He was just picking up an order that had been called in.

    Now the REAL question is...was this an NCAA violation? Is a booster or the school itself buying food for the players against NCAA rules?

  • Is Jameis Winston Worth the Trouble?

    12/23/2014 11:56:34 AM PST · 20 of 46
    Crusher138 to Roman_War_Criminal

    I read all 230 pages of testimony and evidence.

    He is not a rapist.

    Add to it that the “victim” had an InstaGram account with the name “FSUCleatChaser” (or something close to that) and that her lawyer is her aunt and that they told Jameis early on that for $7.5 million it could all go away, and that there are many photos of the “victim” and Jameis being chummy together before and after the “rape”, it becomes VERY clear that the only thing Jameis is guilty of is a lack of judgement regarding who he takes to bed.

  • New Mexico Legislator Starting Early To Ban Private Gun Sales

    12/23/2014 11:18:45 AM PST · 23 of 27
    Crusher138 to rktman

    Not going to happen.

    Our new Republican house won’t pass it and, even if they did, our Republican Governor would veto it.

    This is nothing more than a D pandering to it’s base. He knows it won’t pass, so he won’t take any heat for it, but he can use it when fund raising to bolster his liberal cred.

  • Bank of America Offline

    12/19/2014 11:30:39 AM PST · 17 of 32
    Crusher138 to MeshugeMikey

    Yep, considered that.

    Thanks again for the help everyone!

  • Bank of America Offline

    12/19/2014 11:26:24 AM PST · 13 of 32
    Crusher138 to MeshugeMikey

    Thanks for checking guys...

    Couldn’t access it for about half an hour. It just came back up.

    Not nice doing that to us at Christmas time!

  • Bank of America Offline

    12/19/2014 11:23:05 AM PST · 2 of 32
    Crusher138 to Crusher138

    Is is like their servers have vanished. No DNS at all.

  • Bank of America Offline

    12/19/2014 11:21:44 AM PST · 1 of 32
  • Moroni From the Realms of Glory

    12/19/2014 7:51:49 AM PST · 68 of 114
    Crusher138 to delchiante

    Why aren’t you Mormon guys answering the questions about Kolob, salvation through works, multiple gods, etc?

    Instead you attack Rome, which I don’t give a rats a$$ about...

  • Salon Writer Accuses "White Guy" of Racism after He Tried to Sit Next to her on Crowded Train

    12/18/2014 3:32:32 PM PST · 7 of 96
    Crusher138 to rightistight

    Read her account and in every instance she says “white” substitute “black” and for every “black” substitute “white”.

    She comes off sounding like a Klansman.

  • Why Trump Should Run

    12/18/2014 8:55:56 AM PST · 39 of 43
    Crusher138 to dead

    I am willing to bet that Hillary will have a “health issue” that will keep her from running and that the Democrats, seeing how easily the American people were fooled the last time, will run Lizzie Warren with the “let’s make history and elect the first woman President!” meme.

    I do NOT want to vote for a RINO, so I am supporting Ted Cruz early on. But what if a RINO wins the nomination? What if it is a choice between:

    Bush vs. Warren or
    Christie vs. Warren or
    Romney vs. Warren or
    Trump vs. Warren

    With the escalating idiocy of Obama, are we really going to sit on our hands in the general election (again) and let the Republic get completely destroyed with another 4 years of someone who is to the left of him?

  • Obamacare adds 450,000 Ohioans to Medicaid rolls

    12/16/2014 3:37:20 PM PST · 18 of 24
    Crusher138 to goldstategop

    I own a small business and have a very low gross adjusted income.

    We had private insurance, but our plans were cancelled. Our agent was also on the board in charge of implementing Obamacare, so she knew what she was doing when she tried to sign us up. The web site wouldn’t take our info (of course) so we had to do it over the phone. After working with the genius on the phone for over an hour, he says that no plans are being offered to us because our income is so low that we only qualify for Medicade.

    So our choice was Medicade or nothing.

    Guess what we chose?

  • I’m not a sales assistant (Whiny rich black girl)

    12/12/2014 12:51:46 PM PST · 141 of 155
    Crusher138 to Second Amendment First

    Of the things that “happened” to her, each has happened to me as well.

    I have had people approach me in stores and treat me like I worked there. If it was in my ability to help them - like if they asked where the changing rooms are - I would point them in the right direction, without pointing out that I didn’t work there. Why embarrass them needlessly? I never thought they were racist. Boy, was I ignorant!

    I have had sales people treat me like I can’t afford what they are selling. I just thought they were rude. I never knew they were racist!

    This woman is the epitome of what is wrong with Black Americans. If you see everything through the eyes of race, you will blame race for every slight, real or imagined. Certainly that will make you more and more hostile over time. A very sad way to go through life.

  • Why Microsoft's Surface Pro 3 Sales Soared as Apple's iPad Sales Plunged

    12/12/2014 10:50:23 AM PST · 92 of 93
    Crusher138 to SeekAndFind

    The least expensive, lowest powered Surface 3 I can find (new) is $799.

    There is a sub $500 Yoga 2, but it runs a Pentium 2.166 Processor...bwahahahaha! One with an i3 processor is about $600. It has a stellar 1366 x 768 display.

    What it all really boils down to is what do you want to do with it. If you are looking for a laptop replacement, a Surface is a better choice for content creation than an iPad. I tell customers who are considering a tablet to write down everything they expect to do with it and what they currently do with their laptop.

    Funny thing is, for many people, all they do is content consumption. They surf the web, read email, download music, manage their finances, and organize and sometimes edit photos. The rare occasion they use a word processor or spreadsheet they are at work, using a desktop computer. They should have a tablet.

    For me, my laptop is used for editing my web site and higher end photo and graphics creation and editing. My iPad does everything else. I take it everywhere. It is my still camera, my video camera, my library, my reference tool, my communications center, my news source and my anti-boredom device. In a pinch I can use it to edit documents and spreadsheets.

    All three form factors - desktops, laptops and tablets - have their place. I don’t think that making devices that blur the lines between any two is particularly wise or effective. Desktop replacement laptops are generally underpowered for a desktop and too big to be conveniently carried. Laptops that act like tablets are generally too large to be as portable as regular tablets. Too many compromises when you do that.

  • Across America, whites are biased and they don’t even know it

    12/10/2014 4:06:57 PM PST · 14 of 75
    Crusher138 to Altura Ct.

    I moved from one of the highest (Florida) to one of the lowest (New Mexico).

    Could have something to with the fact there are about 6 black people in New Mexico. Just kidding. There are 14.

  • 600 Millions PCs Waiting for Windows 10: Intel Very Optimistic about shipments

    12/08/2014 5:44:11 PM PST · 70 of 97
    Crusher138 to adorno

    Have you ever used VMWare Fusion?

    Unity mode is great. I can run Windows programs without even having to know they are Windows programs. They look and act like Mac programs. Or I can run full screen Windows and not know I am on a Mac. Or I can run Windows in a window. My choice. Oh, and I can bounce back and forth between those modes. I have never had a hardware compatibility issue using any Windows or Mac compatible hardware. I have the best of both worlds.

    There is one HUGE thing that Windows PCs can’t Mac programs in any way, shape or form.

  • A letter from a friend: Jackie's story is not a hoax

    12/08/2014 1:34:36 PM PST · 9 of 59
    Crusher138 to Conscience of a Conservative

    Fake, but true. Where have we heard that before? Hmmmmmm...