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  • Unidentified Suspect Seen Defacing NYC Mural To Read 'Orange Lives Matter'

    07/14/2020 8:41:47 AM PDT · 7 of 7
    Ed Condon to justme4now

    “Orange is the new Black.”

  • Trump Administration Tries to Catch Leakers by Giving Bad Intel to Staffers

    07/13/2020 6:13:22 AM PDT · 10 of 24
    Ed Condon to Red Badger

    And the New York Times headline is “Trump generates fake news.”

  • CERN: physicists report the discovery of unique new particle

    07/09/2020 3:14:40 PM PDT · 11 of 38
    Ed Condon to HighSierra5

    Probably not the best place to put a particle accelerator, since fire ants seem to love electrical wire insulation.

  • Scrabble bans 236 bigoted words, slurs from official list

    07/09/2020 2:39:35 PM PDT · 38 of 109
    Ed Condon to Old Yeller

    Scrabble be rasis,cuz “whitey” be worth 15 points, an “ni##er” only be worth 8.

  • Alleged Molotov cocktail tosser blamed attack on black people

    07/05/2020 11:12:14 AM PDT · 38 of 40
    Ed Condon to Labyrinthos

    UH OH, I’ve got a whole bunch of Molotov cocktail components in my recycling bin, and gas for the lawn mower in the shed.

  • Because Racism: Charter School System to Remove 'Work Hard. Be Nice.' as Its Official Slogan

    07/03/2020 12:46:00 PM PDT · 20 of 71
    Ed Condon to BipolarBob

    My suggestion is “rape, loot, and plunder.”

  • Petition calls for Cleveland statue of Christopher Columbus to be replaced by Chef Boyardee

    07/03/2020 7:27:27 AM PDT · 42 of 54
    Ed Condon to Rebelbase

    This forum is a wealth of information. I frequently find myself looking up the definition of a new word, or refreshing my memory of something historic. It is a place to find the musings of many wise people, and some wise asses.

  • Petition calls for Cleveland statue of Christopher Columbus to be replaced by Chef Boyardee

    07/03/2020 6:25:39 AM PDT · 11 of 54
    Ed Condon to Rebelbase

    “That’s a spicy meatball” , was an Alka-Seltzer ad, So I’ll nominate “Speedy”.

  • Harvard Grad Says She Lost Job over TikTok Stabbing Threat Video

    07/02/2020 2:36:08 PM PDT · 35 of 129
    Ed Condon to BradyLS

    You is right! whutchu be doin, hangin in the projecs?

  • Live: Kayleigh McEnany holds a press briefing at White House (3:30 ET today, Tuesday)

    06/30/2020 1:15:30 PM PDT · 10 of 17
    Ed Condon to rintintin

    Unfortunately she is not quite old enough, 33 years old.

  • WATCH LIVE: Kayleigh McEnany Holds White House Press Briefing (today, Monday) at 1 pm ET)

    06/29/2020 9:52:58 AM PDT · 3 of 5
    Ed Condon to GnuThere

    Mediaite doesn’t like my ad blocker, and quick clicking won’t work, so I’ll watch on “The Hill” website.

  • Mississippi appears to have enough votes to change state flag, senior lawmaker says

    06/26/2020 1:49:24 PM PDT · 41 of 59
    Ed Condon to Meatspace

    If the flag is a “direct symbol of terror for our black brothers and sisters.”” then how come the black population of Mississippi is 39% which is the highest of any of the states.

    Must be they are too terrorized to leave.

  • NASCAR mandates sensitivity, unconscious bias training after noose incident

    06/25/2020 4:23:10 PM PDT · 48 of 148
    Ed Condon to Mastador1

    Let’s look at some NASCAR history, shall we?
    This is about Wendell Scott, black driver in NASCAR.
    In 1961, he moved up to the Grand National Series. In the 1963 season, he finished 15th in points, and on December 1 of that year, driving a Chevrolet Bel Air that he purchased from Ned Jarrett, he won a race on the half-mile dirt track at Speedway Park in Jacksonville, Florida—the first (and, to date, only) Grand National event won by an African-American (Darrell Wallace Jr. recently became the second African-American driver in NASCAR’s top 3 series to win with his 2013 Kroger 200 win at Martinsville). Scott passed Richard Petty, who was driving an ailing car, with 25 laps remaining for the win. Scott was not announced as the winner of the race at the time, presumably due to the racist culture of the time. Buck Baker, the second-place driver, was initially declared the winner, but race officials discovered two hours later that Scott had not only won, but was two laps in front of the rest of the field.[9] NASCAR awarded Scott the win two years later, but his family never actually received the trophy he had earned until 2010–47 years after the race, and 20 years after Scott had died.[3][10]

  • NASA wants your help designing future moon toilets

    06/25/2020 11:33:44 AM PDT · 27 of 47
    Ed Condon to BenLurkin

    I like this one, and FYI

    CLEVELAND, Nov. 12 — The Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers and the management of the Norfolk Southern Corporation have come to an understanding that will change the type of sanitation system currently used on NS locomotives.

    BLE members have complained for years about the NS “dry hopper system,” which has been compared to using nothing more than a bucket lined with a plastic bag for a toilet.

    Looks like this is an improved model with the “noodle” seat and seal.

  • Two New Jersey high schools remove Indians, Cowboys mascots

    06/24/2020 3:11:44 PM PDT · 37 of 42
    Ed Condon to Leaning Right

    Why just stop with the mascots?
    The name of the community is a cultural appropriation from the Native Americans so lets get rid of all the offensive names in New Jersey-— here’s a start

    This is a list of Native American place names in the U.S. state of New Jersey.

    Absecon
    Absecon Inlet
    Absecon Island
    Acquackanonk Township
    Alexauken Creek (tributary of the Delaware River in Hunterdon County) (Lenape: Alàxhakink[1])
    Allamuchy Township (Lenape: Alemuchink[1])
    Alloway Township
    Almonesson (part of Deptford Township))
    Apshawa (part of West Milford)
    Assunpink Creek (Lenape: Ahsën’pink[1])
    Assiscunk Creek
    Lake Atsion
    Atsion Village
    Batsto River
    Batsto Village
    Campgaw Mountain
    Capoolong Creek (tributary of South Branch Raritan River)
    Cheesequake (part of Old Bridge Township) (Lenape: Chiskhakink[1])
    Cheesequake State Park
    Chincopin Branch (tributary of the Manumuskin River in Cumberland County)
    Chingarora Creek
    Cinnaminson Township
    Cohansey River
    Cohansey Township
    Communipaw
    Conaskonk Point (part of Union Beach) (Lenape: Kwënàskunk[1])
    Crosswicks
    Crosswicks Creek
    Croton (part of Delaware Township)
    Cupsaw (part of Ringwood)
    Cupsaw Lake
    Cushetunk Mountain
    Espanong (part of Jefferson Township)
    Hackensack
    Hakihokake Creek (tributary of Delaware River in Hunterdon County)
    Hoboken (Lenape: Hupokàn[1])
    Hockhockson (part of Tinton Falls)
    Hockhockson Swamp
    Ho-Ho-Kus
    Hopatcong
    Lake Hopatcong
    Iosco (part of Bloomingdale)
    Lake Iosco
    Kittatinny Mountains (Lenape: Kitahtëne[1])
    Lamington
    Lamington River
    Loantaka Brook
    Lockatong Creek
    Locktown (part of Delaware Township)
    Lopatcong Township
    Luppatatong Creek
    Macanippuck Run (tributary of Delaware River in Cumberland County) (Lenape: Mèkënipèk[1])
    Machesautauxen Creek, alternate name for the Sleeper Branch (tributary of Mullica River)
    Macopin
    Mahoras Brook
    Mahwah
    Manahawkin
    Manalapan Township
    Manapaqua Branch (stream in Ocean County)
    Manasquan
    Manasquan River (Lenape: Mënàskunk[1])
    Manantico Creek
    Mannington Creek
    Mannington Township
    Mantoloking
    Mantua Township
    Manumuskin River
    Manunka Chunk (location on the border of White Township and Knowlton Township) (Lenape: Mënànkahchunk[1])
    Mashipacong Island (river island in the Delaware River)
    Matawan
    Matchaponix Brook
    Mattano Park
    Metedeconk River
    Metuchen
    Mingamahone Brook (tributary of the Manasquan River in Monmouth County)
    Minisink
    Mount Mohepinoke (located on the border of Liberty Township and White Township)
    Moonachie
    Moosepac Pond (located in Jefferson Township)
    Muksukemuk, native name for Deep Voll Brook
    Mulhockaway Creek (a tributary of the South Branch Raritan River via Spruce Run Brook in Hunterdon County)
    Musconetcong Mountain
    Musconetcong River
    Muskee Creek (tributary of the Maurice River in Cumberland County)
    Muskingum Brook (tributary of the Batsto River via Springers Brook in Burlington County)
    Musquapsink Brook
    Nacote Creek (tributary of the Mullica River in Atlantic County)
    Nantuxent Creek
    Navesink
    Navesink River
    Nescochague Creek
    Neshanic
    Neshanic River
    Netcong
    Nishisakawick Creek and Little Nishisakawick Creek (tributaries of the Delaware River in Frenchtown, Hunterdon County)
    Nihomus Run (tributary of the Salem River in Salem County)
    Nishuane Brook (tributary of the Second River in Essex County)
    Nomahegan Brook (tributary of the Rahway River in Union County)
    Normanook (part of Sandyston Township)
    Normanook Brook alt. Normanock Brook (tributary of Big Flat Brook in Sandyston Township, Sussex County)
    Nummytown (part of Middle Township)
    Old Tappan
    Oranoaken Creek
    Packanack Lake
    Packanack Mountain
    Pahaquarry Township
    Papakating Creek
    Paramus
    Parsippany
    Pascack Brook
    Pascack Valley
    Passaic
    Passaic County
    Passaic River
    Patcong Creek (tributary of Great Egg Harbor in Atlantic County)
    Paunpeck Creek (tributary of the Hackensack River via Cromakill Creek in North Bergen, Hudson County)
    Peahala Park (part of Long Beach Township)
    Peapack-Gladstone
    Peckman River
    Pennsauken Township
    Pennsauken Creek
    Pequannock
    Pequest River
    Perth Amboy
    Picatinny Arsenal
    Piscataway Township
    Pochuck Creek
    Pochuck Mountain
    Pohatcong Creek
    Pohatcong Mountain
    Pohatcong Township
    Pompeston Creek (tributary of the Delaware River in Burlington County)
    Pompton Lakes
    Pompton Plains
    Pompton River
    Pompton Township
    Pophandusing Brook (tributary of the Delaware River in Warren County)
    Preakness
    Preakness Range
    Rahway
    Rahway River
    Ramapo Mountains
    Ramapo River
    Rancocas Creek
    Raritan
    Raritan Bay
    Raritan River
    Raritan Township
    Repaupo (part of Logan Township)
    Rockaway[citation needed]
    Rockaway Creek[citation needed]
    Rockaway River[citation needed]
    Rumson
    Sanhickan, native name for the falls of the Delaware River at Trenton
    Secaucus
    Shabakunk Creek, West Branch Shabakunk Creek, and Little Shabakunk Creek
    Shamong Township
    Shannoc Brook (tributary of Toms River in Ocean County)
    Shipetaukin Creek (feeder stream of the D&R Canal in Mercer County)
    Sicomac
    Singac (part of Little Falls)
    South Amboy
    Squankum (part of Howell Township and also the original name of Williamstown)
    Succasunna
    Mount Tammany
    Tantomwom, the native name for Long Hill.
    Teaneck
    Totowa
    Towaco
    Tuckahoe (Lenape: Takeho[1])
    Tulpehocken Creek
    Upper Pohatcong Mountain
    Waackaack Creek alt. Waycake Creek (tributary of Raritan Bay in Monmouth County –its name is given to the Waackaack Rear Range Light)
    Wagaraw Brook
    Wagaraw Mountain
    Walpack Township
    Wampum Brook (tributary of Shrewsbury River in Monmouth County)
    Wanamassa
    Wanaque
    Wanaque River
    Watchung
    Watchung Mountains
    Warinanco Park
    Watnong Mountain (located in Parsippany-Troy Hills)
    Watsessing Park
    Watsessing River
    Waughaw Mountain (located in Montville Township)
    Wawayanda Creek
    Wawayanda Mountain
    Wawayanda State Park
    Weamaconk Creek (tributary of Matchaponix Brook in Monmouth County)
    Weehawken
    Weehawken Cove
    Weequahic
    Weequahic Park
    Wemrock Brook (tributary of Matchaponix Brook via Weamaconk Creek in Monmouth County)
    Wenonah
    Wesickaman Creek (tributary of the Mullica River in Burlington County)
    Westecunk Creek
    Whippany
    Whippany River
    Wickatunk (part of Marlboro Township) (Lenape: Wikwètunk[1])
    Wickecheoke Creek
    Windbeam Mountain (located in Ringwood)
    Yantacaw Brook (tributary of the Third River in Montclair, Essex County)
    Yantacaw Brook Park

  • Supercut: Media Hype NASCAR ‘Noose’ as Obvious Hate Crime

    06/24/2020 12:18:16 PM PDT · 6 of 23
    Ed Condon to RummyChick

    My BIL who was a Marine, and later a Boy scout leader, taught me that a hangman’s noose should have 13 loops. Looks like the one pictured is missing 4.

  • Joint Statement from U.S. Attorney Jay E. Town and FBI Special Agent in Charge Johnnie Sharp, Jr. Regarding the Noose Found in NASCAR’s Bubba Wallace’s Garage at Talladega Superspeedway

    06/23/2020 3:07:28 PM PDT · 70 of 119
    Ed Condon to smvoice

    I can’t wait til NASCAR issues a directive that all garage door pull ropes must terminate with a “monkey fist”.

  • Toddler, 3 teens among 9 dead, 56 shot in Chicago Father's Day weekend violence

    06/21/2020 10:32:45 AM PDT · 40 of 41
    Ed Condon to Tunehead54

    The Trib stopped the coverage a couple of years ago. They also had a spreadsheet where you could find just about any specific statistic you wanted.

    Got to go to Heyjackass now.

  • Ben & Jerry's Demands We 'Defund' and 'Dismantle' the Police

    06/20/2020 11:18:27 AM PDT · 61 of 81
    Ed Condon to digger48

    Let’s look at the state demographics;

    Vermont Demographics

    According to the most recent ACS, the racial composition of Vermont was:

    White: 94.33%
    Two or more races: 1.93%
    Asian: 1.69%
    Black or African American: 1.29%
    Other race: 0.39%
    Native American: 0.34%
    Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander: 0.03%

    But we don’t know how many illegals there are.

  • Divisions emerge on renaming military bases, reparations amid unrest: POLL (26% favor reparations)

    06/20/2020 11:08:02 AM PDT · 6 of 49
    Ed Condon to Ken H

    For reparations I think the BLM (Bureau of land management) should give BLM (Black lives matter) members each 40 acres and a mule.