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Truly. 21 August 2011

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A spider spins a web early in the morning in a garden in Kathmandu, Nepal   [Narendra Shrestha/EPA]

Via Mike Allen Playbook….

VICE PRESIDENT BIDEN, speaking to a student today after remarks on U.S.-China relations, at Sichuan University in Chengdu, China:

Q: “Thank you, very much, Your Excellency Vice President. I see you not just as the vice president, but a veteran and accomplished public speaker. … [W]hat role has public speaking played in your life? … And secondly, what role do you think public speaking will play among our youth of the two countries and to our bilateral relations?”

BIDEN: “[Y]ou compliment me by saying I’m an accomplished public speaker. I don’t know whether you’ve had an opportunity to see a movie that has gotten worldwide circulation called ‘The King’s Speech.’ Well, but for the royal blood and the money, that could have been me. I was a serious stutterer when I was in school as a child, as a high school student, and even into college. And I practiced very, very hard by myself, standing in front of a mirror, trying to annunciate without contorting my face. When you think about it, whether it’s China or America, the only impediment people feel free to make fun of and humor of is a stutterer.

“If I had a deformed face, you would not make fun of my face. But if I stood before you and ta-ta-talked to-to-to you like that, you’d do what you’re now — you’re smiling. And it’s offensive. It’s offensive. Because it is a serious impediment. When one stutters, people believe they are stupid. People believe they are not worth much. And there’s tens of millions of people around the world trapped with a keen mind and big heart, trapped inside of a body that cannot articulate what they feel. … The thing that always embarrasses me is — and in the back of my head, I’m embarrassed in front of you — I’m embarrassed I can’t speak to you in Chinese. I would — seriously — I would rather be able to honor you and show my respect for you by speaking your language, as you honor me by speaking mine.”

Sometimes there is no need to wonder, what’s it all about?

It is so clearly about BULLSHIT… :lol:

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1. BooHooHooMan - 21 August 2011

:shock: Jeezis KakakaChrist.
:lol:

2. BooHooHooMan - 21 August 2011

God Bless the Chinese Translators.

“If I had a deformed face, you would not make fun of my face. But if I stood before you and ta-ta-talked to-to-to you like that, you’d do what you’re now — you’re smiling. And it’s offensive. It’s offensive. Because it is a serious impediment. When one stutters, people believe they are stupid. People believe they are not worth much. And there’s tens of millions of people around the world trapped with a keen mind and big heart, trapped inside of a body that cannot articulate what they feel –

His Excellency The Vice President Lou Yogi Berra Gehrig Scranton
Coal Mine Collapse.
Up Soon to PAY YA!

BooHooHooMan - 21 August 2011

On so many levels that last part is just rollicking –

I’m embarrassed I can’t speak to you in Chinese. I would — seriously — I would rather be able to honor you and show my respect for you by speaking your language, as you honor me by speaking mine.”

Maybe he could learn the word “Mandarin”.
In English. Ya know.
Before he tries to dazzle them Sichuan students with
The Ole Chengdu.

marisacat - 21 August 2011

I sure noticed how much selfless unpaid work Joey B has done with the mass population globally of stutterers and stammerers…

I thought it was a spectacular tour de force, from an all around fuck up via his mouth… (and I am sure other orifices, too!!)

BooHooHooMan - 21 August 2011

“We come to pay and learn your ways.
Ya all still like Opium?”

BooHooHooMan - 21 August 2011

O-Yeh LOL Joey B and the mass population globally of stutterers and stammerers… I thought it was a spectacular tour de force, – mcat
:lol: Oh sure, “10’s of millions around the globe trapped in…” HUNGER! cuz they simply can’t say ‘mashed potatoes and gravy’. STARVATION! In a world where “Please Pick-up a Pizza” presents…. PANDEMONIUM! Which could then be enriched….

He was ALL over the place.
Oh Joe…..ya know, ole Bomb and Partition BIDEN;
And like Reagan at Normandy for a D-Day memorial sort of stroking in to how he was there and all LOL as a few to many B-,movie scripts ran off the reel, I think Biden :lol: sort of brain-frapped-LIFTED his way through his ceremonious desire for Chinese language and assimilation via some neural clusterfuck that made an odd cinematic pastiche out of it all: sort of Seven Years in Tibet meets The Last Emperor with more than a bit , by the look so it, of Kill Bill Hell, the wife Hillary’ too for that matter. So I dunno! Hell WHO knows what floats around in Knob’s head, but a Helluva performance tho! Helluva Performance! :lol:

ABSOLUTE tour de force!

ABSOLUTE tour de force!

marisacat - 21 August 2011

I bet they played The Help on his plane. (omigod, a PLAN EEE)

marisacat - 21 August 2011

Check is in the Mail!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

3. BooHooHooMan - 21 August 2011

Scrapings, now.
Hmm. Turning to …
The WASHINGZTON POST with BLOOMBERG
BUSINESS

I see – whatever the fuck it is – “The Help” leads box office returns this weekend.

So I checks it out….
LOL. Right on cue- .

Storyline

Set in Mississippi during the 1960s, Skeeter (Stone) is a southern society girl who returns from college determined to become a writer, but turns her friends’ lives — and a Mississippi town — upside down when she decides to interview the black women who have spent their lives taking care of prominent southern families. Aibileen (Davis), Skeeter’s best friend’s housekeeper, is the first to open up — to the dismay of her friends in the tight-knit black community. Despite Skeeter’s life-long friendships hanging in the balance, she and Aibileen continue their collaboration and soon more women come forward to tell their stories — and as it turns out, they have a lot to say. Along the way, unlikely friendships are forged and a new sisterhood emerges, but not before everyone in town has a thing or two to say themselves when they become unwittingly — and unwillingly — caught up in the changing times. Written by Walt Disney Pictures

The seqeal, I’m sure: The children in the movie all attend Ivy League Law Schools enter politics and collude to build minor domestic client-state fiefdoms in support of Greater Society client-state fiefdoms which deploy the more pedestrian townfolk as post-racial agents of torture, rape, murder and mayhem against characters in.well… ~Another Movie!
Should we mention the flying robots?

marisacat - 21 August 2011

The clips look awful.

I think they should sell it as The Color Purple Part II

Another horrifying entry in the fantasy movie genre.

BooHooHooMan - 21 August 2011

It translates better into the ole Chengdu, I’m sure. :lol:

marisacat - 21 August 2011

truly!!!!!!!!!!!

4. marisacat - 21 August 2011

Watch out, Mongolia. Biden is headed your way.

5. marisacat - 21 August 2011

News Flash:

Libya has fallen. Father O to address the nation.

marisacat - 21 August 2011

I see the various media is claiming that gas prices will fall as a result of ….. soemthing to do with Libya… Bridges for sale everywhere.

Oh! Pretzel to speak! No? I guess not yet, just a statement.

marisacat - 21 August 2011

Ok OK OK!!!!! Oil price will drop… GOT IT!! thanks!

Libya falls to rebels, oil set to drop

National Business Review – Nevil Gibson – ‎1 hour ago‎

Oil prices could fall dramatically when markets resume later tonight as Muammar Gaddafi’s Libyan regime appears to have collapsed without much resistance. Agencies report from the capital Tripoli that rebel forces now occupy much of the city, … Oil prices should fall with Gaddafi demise

****

NEWS.com.au – ‎2 hours ago‎

From: AP OIL prices around the world should start falling if Libyan rebels succeed in toppling Muammar Gaddafi’s regime, though the full effect won’t be felt for months. Today, rebel forces pushed into Tripoli without meeting much resistance, …

****

Oil prices should fall with Gadhafi overthrow

BusinessWeek – Bree Fowler, Chris Khan – ‎2 hours ago‎

Oil prices around the world should start falling if Libyan rebels succeed in toppling Moammar Gadhafi’s regime, though the full effect won’t be felt for months. On Sunday night, rebel forces pushed into Tripoli without meeting much …

****

Falls in oil prices will follow the fall of Muammar Gaddafi’s regime in Libya …

The Australian – ‎4 hours ago‎

From: AP If Muammar Gaddafi’s regime falls, oil prices could ease within months, according to analysts. Source: AP OIL prices around the world should start falling if Libyan rebels succeed in toppling Muammar Gaddafi’s regime, though the full effect …

Got It…. USA!! USA!! USA!! USA!!

BooHooHooMan - 21 August 2011

Welp. We know what that means.
Whatever burn-Bank lower echelon lackeys who only wrote naked calls in Oil ehm, before the whole Barry/Assad tête-à-tête hustle , yep they’re gonna need some substantial new plans involving buttcream in the morning.

But for those who were IN on Friday?
Pulling Barry’s string?

AUGUST 19, 2011, 11:10 A.M. ET

OIL FUTURES: Crude Reverses Course, Rising With Stocks

But Thanks to the media and Barry The Talking Doll, it’s just as easy for them Friday to sell gigundo oil futures contracts to rise as it is on Monday to cover their positions and milk the spreads thanks to the propaganda. Classic market whipsaw.
Now Cue upset plans, Cue reporting of assorted Libyan power struggles , sordid killings and whatnot post-Ghadaffi-PERIL in the Fight to Lower Our Prices: Part ll.

Yep.
Time to start chopping up the furniture for winter heat again.

marisacat - 22 August 2011

Gold stil “surging”, however….

Time to start chopping up the furniture for winter heat again.

Oh that made me laugh, when i was very small and for 2 or so years we lived in Northern California in a small town… the big Irish family LOL “the Caseys”, down the block (back when there were only 2 or 3 houses on each side of hte street) began burning whatever for winter fuel. First, the back steps went, then the back porch, then the side door steps, then a side porch….. and so on. Big old rangy wood frame house…

BooHooHooMan - 22 August 2011

Different here in Jersey. Different. Neighbors help..
Most often, well, *most* often, by agreeing not to testify after noticing their own porch is missing. The old sustainable VALUES. There is the occasional down the street meddling at times, necessitating of course, inexplicable disappearance or arson visited upon the Buttinskis to set things straight. Then life goes on …most often.

marisacat - 22 August 2011

Jersey home of the Values Voters.
:lol:

:roll:
8O

marisacat - 22 August 2011

I already landed on one report that says, the drop in oil price will not reach all the way to the pump price.

SO surprising!!

6. marisacat - 22 August 2011

If you have a hidey hole prepare to get in it and stay there for a few weeks…

August 28, dedication of MLK Walmart statue on the Mall (no really, I mean it about We Got it At Walmart: stone and the artist who carved it, Chinese. Made in China!, apparently no native stone of Georgia. No US land mass native stone and we have no funerary sculptors… )

Then, in a quick 2 weeks, it is 9/11. Incoming patriotic artillery!

Talk about Fried Butter at the various state fairs.

The sooner we have 9/11 Sales Events, the better.

Madman in the Marketplace - 22 August 2011

The sooner we have 9/11 Sales Events, the better.

closer than you think.

marisacat - 22 August 2011

oh god… I am scared to look….

It reminds me of some big event… maybe the BiCentennial… that I was dreading and a friend who grew up in Hawaii said to me, come iwth me to my parents… Hawaii never bothers much with any of that… we don’t consider ourselves a part of all of that.

Geesh…. Freedom, floating out there in the middle of the Pacific…

marisacat - 22 August 2011

I found the thread appalling.. they all LIKE the idea. The thing has such a strong stench of MBA Marketing 102, that it is not even funny.

Madman in the Marketplace - 22 August 2011

Isn’t it horrible?

marisacat - 22 August 2011

Yes I thought so…

Madman in the Marketplace - 22 August 2011

it makes me realize how perfectly “buying” and “selling” have completely consumed culture … that you show support for something by buying something and/or by selling something. it’s not enough to just be sympatico or supportive in a general sense, someone has to MAKE MONEY for the support to become real.

marisacat - 22 August 2011

marketing is all…

7. marisacat - 22 August 2011

so…. in 25 mins Pacific time? I guess. IF he manages to be on time for his own “remarks”…

Breaking News from ABCNEWS.com:

President Obama Will Make On-Camera Statement on Libya at 2:00 p.m

marisacat - 22 August 2011

And he si plodding away, reading… he is “directing my teams”….

It’s hard out there for a punk pimp pretzel.

8. marisacat - 22 August 2011

oh so shocking. so so so shocking…

Breaking News from ABCNEWS.com:

ABC NEWS Has Learned a Motion Was Filed to Dismiss Charges Against Dominique Strauss-Kahn

9. Madman in the Marketplace - 22 August 2011

NYT: Obama Administration Pressuring NY AG To Accept Bank Settlement Instead Of Prosecuting

Eric T. Schneiderman, the attorney general of New York, has come under increasing pressure from the Obama administration to drop his opposition to a wide-ranging state settlement with banks over dubious foreclosure practices, according to people briefed on discussions about the deal.

In recent weeks, Shaun Donovan, the secretary of Housing and Urban Development, and high-level Justice Department officials have been waging an intensifying campaign to try to persuade the attorney general to support the settlement, said the people briefed on the talks.

Mr. Schneiderman and top prosecutors in some other states have objected to the proposed settlement with major banks, saying it would restrict their ability to investigate and prosecute wrongdoing in a variety of areas, including the bundling of loans in mortgage securities.

But Mr. Donovan and others in the administration have been contacting not only Mr. Schneiderman but his allies, including consumer groups and advocates for borrowers, seeking help to secure the attorney general’s participation in the deal, these people said. One recipient described the calls from Mr. Donovan, but asked not to be identified for fear of retaliation.

Not surprising, the large banks, which are eager to reach a settlement, have grown increasingly frustrated with Mr. Schneiderman. Bank officials recently discussed asking Mr. Donovan for help in changing the attorney general’s mind, according to a person briefed on those talks.

marisacat - 22 August 2011

Mr. Schneiderman and top prosecutors in some other states have objected to the proposed settlement with major banks, saying it would restrict their ability to investigate and prosecute wrongdoing in a variety of areas, including the bundling of loans in mortgage securities.

We can’t have that, it might make soem FUKICNG SENSE

10. Madman in the Marketplace - 22 August 2011

Songwriter Jerry Leiber Has Died

Jerry Leiber, half of one of the most prolific and successful pop songwriting teams of all time, died Monday morning in Los Angeles of cardio-pulmonary failure following a lengthy illness, according to a source at Leiber and Stoller Enterprises. He was 78 years old.

In an interview on NPR’s Morning Edition in 1991, Leiber described his partnership with Mike Stoller as “Long, long years of … stepping on each other’s toes … and words and sentences and, also, finishing each other’s lines on songs.” According to the pair, Leiber had barely spit out the words, “Take out the papers and the trash” before Stoller chimed in with, “Boy you don’t get no spending cash,” the first lines of their 1958 hit for The Coasters, “Yakety Yak.”

Leiber grew up in Baltimore, and met Stoller (from Long Island) in Los Angelese in 1950. Over the next decade nobody wrote hits like Leiber and Stoller. The pair had the first hits with songs they wrote for black musicians: their biggest hit, “Hound Dog,” was originally recorded by blues singer Big Mama Thornton in 1952. By the time Elvis Presley turned it into one of his signature hits in 1956, it had been recorded at least half a dozen times.

marisacat - 22 August 2011

oh I just heard, he / they wrote Stand By Me….

Madman in the Marketplace - 22 August 2011

yup, and Hound Dog and Yakkety Yak and lots of other fun stuff

11. Madman in the Marketplace - 22 August 2011
marisacat - 22 August 2011

I think people are stupid… they insist that animals don’t think. That they just slumber on thru life, vaguely instinctual, instinctive… occasionally more sensitve than at other times..

In all the pictures I leaf thru, there recently was one of some great antlered creature, not sure which of the several it was… and at first the photog thought he was just drinking from big bins of water that are put out for the creatures… but noticed the movement was odd…. THEN he saw the moose or big deer or whatever was fishing out from the water a squirrel type of creature that was haplessly floundering in the water… got Squirrel out and released him or her to the ground.

Madman in the Marketplace - 22 August 2011

I agree …

marisacat - 22 August 2011

There was another story that was similar…. and I did use the photo a few months ago… a collections of animals were crossing a river, all different sorts, but not a mix of prey and food…. anyway, one of the mid sized creatures got his foot stuck between rocks.. and was struggling to get free…. according ot the photog, the oldest and biggest of the assorted collection, a big big hippo or rhino sort, came over to try to help… could not get the animal free and appeared to ponder it for a bit, obviously the animal would just weaken and eventually die of drowning probably… the big old animal broke the trapped creature’s back, freed it and set it to float down the river.

I mean, assessed the situation, tried one resolution, watched it fail, reconsidered and took action, made a determination of what to do from what was possible…. And appeared to be the acknowleged leader of the river crossing.

Right, dumb as ox.

12. marisacat - 22 August 2011

BTW, the latest Anonymous v BART protest got pretty hairy… no word that BART shut down cell capability… They tried to bluster their way out of having done that… but i think more came down after the event, behind the scenes, than was reported. They have not, so far, done it again…

And it did set a precedent… which people appeared to ignore or just not “get”.

We will see…

13. marisacat - 23 August 2011

hmm political Town Hall is very much a Respect your Betters event. I wonder when it will all blow up, IF it will….

How long is the wait to book that travelling Guillotine? Anyway?

[T]hen the event began, and the politicians filed onto the stage and were introduced. But first came stern warnings against anyone taking issue with Nancy Pelosi: Green For All’s Phaedra Ellis-Lamkins condescendingly explained to the assembled audience that this event was about “unity”, and that if we were “divided” our enemies would be made stronger. What she was really saying was that no one was going to be allowed to criticize the politicians on the stage. So she was basically calling for the antithesis of politics, which is at the very least about criticism. She then demanded that the night’s story “will not be about the two people in the back who are angry at Leader Pelosi; tonight the story will only be about jobs!”

However, much to the event organizers’ chagrin, there were more than only two angry people in the room. As Pelosi took the stage, someone yelled “Sellout!” When Pelosi brought up the recent debt-ceiling agreement, several more people yelled at her “Well why did you vote for it then?” and the Congresswoman was forced to explain why she had sold out, . . . . . .

And so it goes:

But it was when Pelosi responded to the question of how she would help “job creation” by replying that her party was going to “rebuild the U.S. manufacturing sector” that I almost burst out laughing. And where exactly is the capital for that project going to come from? If they won’t raise taxes and won’t cut military spending, where will the money come from? What are they going to do, sell off Social Security and use the money to build factories? And then pay the workers 30 cents a day so we’ll be “competitive”? Actually, I wouldn’t put that past them…

Meanwhile my friend Leslie was patiently waiting in line to address Pelosi, her list of questions in her hand. She had already been told to be quiet by security guards after she had shouted a couple of critical comments. One man wagged his finger at her and said that this was “Barbara Lee’s event.” I replied that I thought it was supposed to be about the people and not the politicians, for which he had no response. ….

14. marisacat - 23 August 2011

Hmm 5.9 hits DC and apparently is felt far and wide on Eastern SeaBord…

In “the East Coast you have this old hard, cold crust that does a lovely job of transmitting the waves,” says Lucy Jones, a seismologist with the US Geological Survey.

15. lucid - 23 August 2011

My first earthquake… quite an odd sensation. I had no idea what was going on when it started… Everything seems fine in NYC though.

marisacat - 23 August 2011

AND it was upgraded to a 5.9 AND is the strongest ever to hit that region.

Oh I like earthquakes a lot… from time to time there is one that feels off, that bothers me in some vague way, but overall, I like them…

16. marisacat - 23 August 2011

Oh too funny!

Obama heard Maxine W…. I see he is playing golf at the country club in Oak Bluffs on MV. IIRC Oak Bluffs is the old black enclave on the island.

Earthquake shakes up White House press corps on Martha’s Vineyard

CBS News – Chloe Arensberg – ‎2 hours ago‎

President Barack Obama, center, plays golf with with Eric Whitaker, left and Marvin Nicholson, Tuesday, Aug. 23, 2011, at Farm Neck Golf Club in Oak Bluffs, on Martha’s Vineyard, Mass. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster) The White House press corps was on …

Carry on!!

17. Ganjafied Gabacho - 23 August 2011

Too bad there wasn’t a Tsunami over at the vineyard…well not really, but really. Like, you know?!

BTW watch out for green salads at Mariscos (mexican seafood)….ay cabron mi panzon estaba bien chingado, guey!

marisacat - 23 August 2011

tsunamis carrying in-coming shipment of travelling Guillotines.

Works for me!
:evil::roll:8O

18. Ganjafied Gabacho - 23 August 2011

Other sad news of great entertainers passing:

By ASSOCIATED PRESS

Nick Ashford, half of the Motown songwriting duo Ashford & Simpson that penned songs for Diana Ross, Marvin Gaye, Chaka Khan and others, died Monday at age 70, his former publicist said.

Mr. Ashford, who along with wife, Valerie Simpson, wrote some of Motown’s biggest hits, died in a New York City hospital, said publicist Liz Rosenberg, who was Mr. Ashford’s longtime friend. He had been suffering from throat cancer and had undergone radiation treatment, she told the Associated Press.

Though they had some of their greatest success at Motown with classics like “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough” and “Reach Out And Touch Somebody’s Hand” by Ms. Ross, Ashford & Simpson also created anthems for others like “I’m Every Woman” by Ms. Khan (and later remade by Whitney Houston). Mr. Ashford and Ms. Simpson had success writing for themselves as well. Perhaps the best-known song they sang was the 1980s hit “Solid As A Rock.”

snip

The duo, married for 38 years, helped sell millions of records for several artists. They also had success as their own entity, but despite “Solid As a Rock,” their songs were dwarfed by those they penned for others. They are also credited as co-writers on Amy Winehouse’s “Tears Dry On Their Own.”

snip

Mr. Ashford is survived by his wife and two daughters. His former publicist said there is no information yet on funeral arrangements.

WSJ

Although my favorite hit was, of course, Let’s Go Get Stoned

19. Ganjafied Gabacho - 23 August 2011

IANAD, but I think Biden’s BS rambles would quite improved if someone would slip some cannabis tincture into the Gin that he’s not drinking…It might not improve his Alzheimers but it would pro’ly make his rambles more entertaining…

marisacat - 23 August 2011

Oh that would be so entertaining….

20. Madman in the Marketplace - 23 August 2011
Madman in the Marketplace - 23 August 2011

Institute for Policy Studies (IPS) Senior Scholar Bob Alvarez told the Project on Government Oversight (POGO) that the North Anna plant was built to withstand a 5.9-6.1 quake.

The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission rates the plant as the seventh most likely to receive core damage from a quake. But they say the chances of that are only 1 in 22,727.

According to the Virginia Department of Mines, Minerals and Energy (DMME), the Virginia Tech Seismological Observatory (VTSO) removed all seismographs from around the plant in the 1990s due to budget cuts.

In February, Dominion Virginia Power confirmed its commitment to add a third reactor to the plant.

marisacat - 23 August 2011

I heard him on RT today… the ONLY good thing about the earthquake is it ran a serpent up their nether regions on the issue of nuclear plants and earthquakes… (ntim)

Oh this was brilliant:

According to the Virginia Department of Mines, Minerals and Energy (DMME), the Virginia Tech Seismological Observatory (VTSO) removed all seismographs from around the plant in the 1990s due to budget cuts.

21. colleentwocolleen - 23 August 2011

Marisacat,
In case you missed it here is a good Pope photo/article :

http://unicornbooty.com/2011/08/pope-gives-anti-gay-speech-angry-god-blows-his-hat-stage-down/

I have lost your email addy.

marisacat - 23 August 2011

oooo Hi colleen, how are you! ??

(Thanks for the tidbit!)

my email is a new one

where period is period the period cat at gmail dot com

like this : where.is.the.cat

22. Ganjafied Gabacho - 23 August 2011

Once again, the Native folks are telling us a message we refuse to hear:

Young people and elderly went to jail.

Obama went on vacation.

It was important to get those protesters out of sight, to honor Martin Luther King, Jr.

This was the way it began, three days and 162 arrests at the White House, to stop the dirty tar sands and its pipeline. It was the first three days of two weeks of planned arrests.

Today, on Tuesday, Cree actress Tantoo Cardinal will take her place on the line to defend her homeland.
(…)

Narcospherenews

marisacat - 23 August 2011

GG

I will move this comment forward to the new thread…
;)

23. marisacat - 23 August 2011

New

LINK

…….. 8O


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