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Even Bill Maher had a problem with the news-highlighted Central Park Julius Caesar production


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In his top-of-show interview Maher said that freedom of speech sometimes should take a “pause,” and that “I don’t think they should have Trump playing Julius Caesar getting stabbed, and I hate Trump.”

Maher and Marlow were discussing “corporate” attacks on freedom of speech in the wake of Delta Airlines and Bank of America pulling funding from the Shakespeare in the Park Julius Caesar production.

“If Obama was playing Julius Caesar and he got stabbed, I think liberals would be angry about that,” Maher said..)


Maher later defended charges he 'should have done research' on traditional incarnations over 417 years before referencing Obama (from tit-milk sucking juveniles like Paddywhaaa), noting the obvious: the question of timing, highlighting in the media, the selection of this particular production at that place and at this particular time.

Obvious stuff.


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What a teary-eyed snowflake.


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PostPosted: Mon Jun 19, 2017 3:33 pm 
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That's not fair, Spinbad hasn't been told what the hilarious disparaging name form Time Warner is supposed to be.
You shouldn't expect him to know the plot of the production either, it's not like it's taught in school or anything.

It's a shame that his cunningly subtle trap that he so carefully set hasn't been sprung just because of a couple of minor points like that.

Tell you what, let's help out and cone up with a suitable name he can call Time Warner so he can find a way to relate to them.

Libtard Warner?
Cuck Cuckner?
Den Pelosiner?
Warbelfjdn djdhshsucbdud?

All this witty wordplay is very taxing, dunno how Spinbad manages to keep it so fresh and cutting.


But can there possibly be any word play as witty as "bubblefart"?

Made all the more hilarious by turbs' subtly underscoring wet ones in every post.


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PostPosted: Mon Jun 19, 2017 3:34 pm 
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Spinbad wrote:
Even Bill Maher had a problem with the news-highlighted Central Park Julius Caesar production


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In his top-of-show interview Maher said that freedom of speech sometimes should take a “pause,” and that “I don’t think they should have bubblefart playing Julius Caesar getting stabbed, and I hate bubblefart.”

Maher and Marlow were discussing “corporate” attacks on freedom of speech in the wake of Delta Airlines and Bank of America pulling funding from the Shakespeare in the Park Julius Caesar production.

“If Obama was playing Julius Caesar and he got stabbed, I think liberals would be angry about that,” Maher said..)


Maher later defended charges he 'should have done research' on traditional incarnations over 417 years before referencing Obama (from tit-milk sucking juveniles like Paddywhaaa), noting the obvious: the question of timing, highlighting in the media, the selection of this particular production at that place and at this particular time.

Obvious stuff.


So you've ignored what we posted in favour of a spot of ignorance by a television personality? Bit disingenuous, no?

I wouldn't expect Maher to know offhand that the play featured Obama in 2012. But it did, and no-one turned it into a giant screaming hissyfit. Despite Obama being threatened with lynchings and having his very status as an American questioned on a daily basis.

Delta were happy to sponsor the Obama-stabbing play at the time, fwiw.


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Turns out the protesst was just a scam. Freelaura.com domain registered several hours before the play.

https://twitter.com/ParkerMolloy/status/876452957134483457

She's facing a fine of €1k max but is looking for €25k

https://twitter.com/ParkerMolloy/status/876452957134483457


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Spinbad wrote:
Even Bill Maher had a problem with the news-highlighted Central Park Julius Caesar production


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In his top-of-show interview Maher said that freedom of speech sometimes should take a “pause,” and that “I don’t think they should have bubblefart playing Julius Caesar getting stabbed, and I hate bubblefart.”

Maher and Marlow were discussing “corporate” attacks on freedom of speech in the wake of Delta Airlines and Bank of America pulling funding from the Shakespeare in the Park Julius Caesar production.

“If Obama was playing Julius Caesar and he got stabbed, I think liberals would be angry about that,” Maher said..)


Maher later defended charges he 'should have done research' on traditional incarnations over 417 years before referencing Obama (from tit-milk sucking juveniles like Paddywhaaa), noting the obvious: the question of timing, highlighting in the media, the selection of this particular production at that place and at this particular time.

Obvious stuff.


So you've ignored what we posted in favour of a spot of ignorance by a television personality? Bit disingenuous, no?

I wouldn't expect Maher to know offhand that the play featured Obama in 2012. But it did, and no-one turned it into a giant screaming hissyfit. Despite Obama being threatened with lynchings and having his very status as an American questioned on a daily basis.

Delta were happy to sponsor the Obama-stabbing play at the time, fwiw.


Very fair point. Timing and circumstances quite different now but ... you are right. About this play.

Which doesn't make it a helpful thing in a political environment where politicians are getting shot by loons with 10s of 1000s of social media supporters but ....

.... of itself the play thing is overblown.


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PostPosted: Mon Jun 19, 2017 3:44 pm 
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Spinbad wrote:
JM2K6 wrote:
Spinbad wrote:
Even Bill Maher had a problem with the news-highlighted Central Park Julius Caesar production


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In his top-of-show interview Maher said that freedom of speech sometimes should take a “pause,” and that “I don’t think they should have bubblefart playing Julius Caesar getting stabbed, and I hate bubblefart.”

Maher and Marlow were discussing “corporate” attacks on freedom of speech in the wake of Delta Airlines and Bank of America pulling funding from the Shakespeare in the Park Julius Caesar production.

“If Obama was playing Julius Caesar and he got stabbed, I think liberals would be angry about that,” Maher said..)


Maher later defended charges he 'should have done research' on traditional incarnations over 417 years before referencing Obama (from tit-milk sucking juveniles like Paddywhaaa), noting the obvious: the question of timing, highlighting in the media, the selection of this particular production at that place and at this particular time.

Obvious stuff.


So you've ignored what we posted in favour of a spot of ignorance by a television personality? Bit disingenuous, no?

I wouldn't expect Maher to know offhand that the play featured Obama in 2012. But it did, and no-one turned it into a giant screaming hissyfit. Despite Obama being threatened with lynchings and having his very status as an American questioned on a daily basis.

Delta were happy to sponsor the Obama-stabbing play at the time, fwiw.


Very fair point. Timing and circumstances quite different now but ... you are right. About this play.

Which doesn't make it a helpful thing in a political environment where politicians are getting shot by social media loons with 10a of 1000s of supporters but ....

.... of itself the play thing is overblown.


The play itself _is_ a helpful thing - as mentioned earlier, it does not glorify assassination. It does the opposite. What's not helpful is people deliberately and knowingly stirring up shit when they really do know better, in order to get their followers blindly outraged.

The Obama play was less than a year after Giffords was shot, so the timing there was similar.


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PostPosted: Mon Jun 19, 2017 3:58 pm 
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Historically, the Caesar episode and its lead up should be a warning to proponents of democracy.

Rome's democracy became more and more untenable in the advanced years of the Republic. Gaius Marius, Pompey and most notoriously Sulla behaved as Dictators to control a Senate behaving not unlike the Democrat Party of today, in modern terms.

Then Caesar finally crushed democracy.


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PostPosted: Mon Jun 19, 2017 4:37 pm 
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It's Russia, Russia, Russia. Wankity wank wank wank


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The special counsel's investigation of President Trump and his associates seems to be exploding into the news.


There's a steady flow of huge headlines that immediately echo across cable news, across cyberspace, and across social media.

Make no mistake, a president being investigated by an independent prosecutor is extraordinary. But the individual developments may not be.

Again, these stories are legitimate, accurate and fair game. But is there some hype behind the headlines?

Take the F"ckington Post report the other day that Robert Mueller is investigating Jared Kushner's business dealings. It sounds like a big expansion of the probe.

But the paper had previously reported that investigators planned to look at Kushner, a top White House official and the president's son-in-law. Since he's a former real estate developer and had contacts with the Russian ambassador and a Moscow banker, how would any probe not look at any financial dealings he may have had with Russia?


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PostPosted: Mon Jun 19, 2017 4:44 pm 
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the F"ckington Post


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You really do do it well.


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PostPosted: Mon Jun 19, 2017 5:12 pm 
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When Spinbad is trying to hijack his own thread you know things aren't going well for him.


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PostPosted: Mon Jun 19, 2017 5:16 pm 
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Yeah your contributions have been devastating

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Thx, I thought so too.


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PostPosted: Mon Jun 19, 2017 5:31 pm 
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Spinbad wrote:
Historically, the Caesar episode and its lead up should be a warning to proponents of democracy.

Rome's democracy became more and more untenable in the advanced years of the Republic. Gaius Marius, Pompey and most notoriously Sulla behaved as Dictators to control a Senate behaving not unlike the Democrat Party of today, in modern terms.

Then Caesar finally crushed democracy.

Democrats haven't controlled either Congress or the Senate since 2010.


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paddyor wrote:
Spinbad wrote:
Historically, the Caesar episode and its lead up should be a warning to proponents of democracy.

Rome's democracy became more and more untenable in the advanced years of the Republic. Gaius Marius, Pompey and most notoriously Sulla behaved as Dictators to control a Senate behaving not unlike the Democrat Party of today, in modern terms.

Then Caesar finally crushed democracy.

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Democrats don't control Congress or the Senate alone.


That's a shocking revelation. I've spoiler alerted it for us.

In late Republican Rome, the various factions used all manner of tricks and alliances to frustrate the Consuls. The behaviour is the parallel here. Democracy started to look like a faulty system then, just as it seems to have problems now in the EU as well as the US. Many people in old Rome were probably happy when some of the big fish started smashing a few head to make things work.


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PostPosted: Tue Jun 20, 2017 1:13 am 
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Spinbad wrote:
paddyor wrote:
Spinbad wrote:
Historically, the Caesar episode and its lead up should be a warning to proponents of democracy.

Rome's democracy became more and more untenable in the advanced years of the Republic. Gaius Marius, Pompey and most notoriously Sulla behaved as Dictators to control a Senate behaving not unlike the Democrat Party of today, in modern terms.

Then Caesar finally crushed democracy.

Spoiler: show
Democrats don't control Congress or the Senate alone.


That's a shocking revelation. I've spoiler alerted it for us.

In late Republican Rome, the various factions used all manner of tricks and alliances to frustrate the Consuls. The behaviour is the parallel here. Democracy started to look like a faulty system then, just as it seems to have problems now in the EU as well as the US. Many people in old Rome were probably happy when some of the big fish started smashing a few head to make things work.

So you agree with the assasination of Julius Caesar?
:?

The GOP has a majority in both houses and the only thing stopping it from passing more legislation is Trumps lack of an agenda and penchant for golfing. In fact they're rushing thru an ACA repeal under darkness that will get less than 20 hours on the floor and no time before committee. His big plan for infrastructure week was ATC privatisation.....

There's no reason for the Russia investigation to stall him implementing his agenda.


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Rome was effectively an oligarchy when Ceaser took action.

What's Spinbad on about?


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These alphas are turning out to be proper dew drops.


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paddyor wrote:
Spinbad wrote:
paddyor wrote:
Spinbad wrote:
Historically, the Caesar episode and its lead up should be a warning to proponents of democracy.

Rome's democracy became more and more untenable in the advanced years of the Republic. Gaius Marius, Pompey and most notoriously Sulla behaved as Dictators to control a Senate behaving not unlike the Democrat Party of today, in modern terms.

Then Caesar finally crushed democracy.

Spoiler: show
Democrats don't control Congress or the Senate alone.


That's a shocking revelation. I've spoiler alerted it for us.

In late Republican Rome, the various factions used all manner of tricks and alliances to frustrate the Consuls. The behaviour is the parallel here. Democracy started to look like a faulty system then, just as it seems to have problems now in the EU as well as the US. Many people in old Rome were probably happy when some of the big fish started smashing a few head to make things work.

So you agree with the assasination of Julius Caesar?
:?

The GOP has a majority in both houses and the only thing stopping it from passing more legislation is Trumps lack of an agenda and penchant for golfing. In fact they're rushing thru an ACA repeal under darkness that will get less than 20 hours on the floor and no time before committee. His big plan for infrastructure week was ATC privatisation.....

There's no reason for the Russia investigation to stall him implementing his agenda.


? Democracy was already gone, it's last vestiges destroyed by Julius Caesar. Killing him didn't restore democracy. I have no opinion on his death.

But Jim Acosta possibly deserves to die. I'm morally opposed to killing, and I'd be shocked and sad if it happened, but I can see the argument.


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What story? That it's the Russian's fault that Clinton lost? Is that the story?

That a Democrat provided Clintons emails to wiki leaks and then wound up murdered - that story?

For someone who so proudly supports a man who continually ignores main stream media and news as "fake news" you aren't half gullible about that.

There is no evidence that Seth Rich leaked the emails and the guy purported to have the evidence is being sued by Rich's family for false claims.


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REP. SETH MOULTON (D-MASS.) (@sethmoulton): “#Ossof Race better be a wakeup call for Democrats - business as usual isn’t working. Time to stop rehashing 2016 and talk about the future.” … “We need a genuinely new message, a serious jobs plan that reaches all Americans, and a bigger tent not a smaller one. Focus on the future”.


Hell no! Russia, Russia, Russia!

Go the "main stream" media. Keep calling it you good things!


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Frightening, and disgusting.

Apparently much more opprobrium from "Democrat" supporters about attacks on Muslims than on Republicans.

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A total of 30 Republican members of Congress have either been attacked or revealed that they were the victim of a death threat since the beginning of May.

May 8: Wendi Wright, 35, was arrested after stalking Rep. David Kustoff (Tenn.) and trying to run him off the road. After pulling over, Wright "began to scream and strike the windows on Kustoff's car and even reached inside the vehicle."

May 9: Virginia Rep. Tom Garrett needed heavy security at a town hall after receiving a series of death threats in May that police "deemed to be credible and real."

"This is how we're going to kill your wife," one message said. Others detailed how they would kill his children, and even his dog.

May 12: A town hall participant accosted North Dakota Rep. Kevin Cramer, shoving fake dollar bills into his suit jacket. A Kramer supporter grabbed the same man by the neck. Both men were ejected by law enforcement, but neither were charged.

May 12: A Tucson, Ariz. school district employee was arrested by the FBI for sending several death threats to Arizona Rep. Martha McSally. The man threatened to shoot McSally and told her to "be careful" because her days "were numbered."

May 21: Florida Rep. Ted Yoho described his office getting vandalized by protesters. One female constituent left a voicemail on an office answering machine, promising, "Next time I see you, I'm going to beat your f**king ass."

June 14: Sens. Rand Paul (Ky.) and Jeff Flake (Ariz.), and Reps. Steve Scalise (La.), Kevin Brady (Texas), Jack Bergman (Mich.), Mike Bishop (Mich.), Mike Conaway (Texas), Roger Williams (Texas), John Moolenaar (Mich.), Gary Palmer (Ala.), Chuck Fleischmann (Tenn.), Ron DeSantis (Fla.), Barry Loudermilk (Ga.), Mark Walker (N.C.), Steve Pearce (N.M.), Brad Wenstrup (Ohio), Rodney Davis (Ill.), Jeff Duncan (S.C.), Trent Kelly (Miss.), Mo Brooks (Ala.), and Joe Barton (Texas) were attacked by a gunman during a baseball practice in Alexandria, Va.

Scalise, the House majority whip, was shot in the hip, and remains in the hospital. Four others were injured, including a staffer for Williams and two Capitol Police officers assigned to Scalise.

The same day, New York Rep. Claudia Tenney received an email reading, "One down, 216 to go."

June 17: Missouri Rep. Ann Wagner revealed that she had gotten five death threats in the weeks leading up to the Scalise shooting. Wagner said that protesters had been "vandalizing my home, showing up with masks and gravestones, and laying down on my driveway and drawing chalk outlines of dead bodies. Picketing my church at 8 and 10 o'clock Mass."

June 22: An Ohio man was arrested for leaving a voicemail threatening the life and family of Rep. Steve Stivers (Ohio).

"We're coming to get every goddamn one of you and your families. Maybe the next one taken down will be your daughter. Huh? Or your wife. Or even you," the man said.

The same day, Utah Rep. Jason Chaffetz played a threatening voicemail he had received on "Fox & Friends."

"I suggest you prepare for the battle motherf**ker, and the apocalypse," the caller yelled. "Because we are going to hunt your ass down, wrap a rope around your neck, and hang you from a lamppost."



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Yay the f"ckwit mainlining media


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Elise Jordan warned Republicans against defending a "fact-challenged President", comparing doing so to “hugging a suicide bomber” on MSNBC Thursday.


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And the Spinbad Stream of Consciousness thread takes another lurch onto another tangent.


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You're a liar Turbo. No tangent, exactly on point, and a serious issue. But here you are ever present with yet another meaningless bubble farting insult. Don't you work?


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Yes, yes, you're still on point with whatever manufactured outrage has outraged you today.

Anyone who thinks otherwise is "a liar" :roll:

Nope, don't have to work for another 5 days. :P


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Yes, it's all made up. Because you say so obviously.

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Don't you work?

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Sip bad, why are you so angry? You and you fellow right wing trolls got Brexit and Drumpf, is it just that Le Pen didn't get elected as well that is bringing out the rage?


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The New York Times and CNN’s parent company Time Warner are standing by their sponsorship of a play that depicts the brutal assassination of the US President, raising the question of whether the news reporting outlets should retain their credentials to cover and have access to the President


They should absolutely be f"cked right off.


(I am soooo sick of having to deal with some idiot moderator's stinking fart-brained bias or humour every time I mention the US President's name. Show yourself c"nt)


Has this dickhead not outed himself yet?

Come on, don't be shy.


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Spinbad wrote:
Spinbad wrote:
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The New York Times and CNN’s parent company Time Warner are standing by their sponsorship of a play that depicts the brutal assassination of the US President, raising the question of whether the news reporting outlets should retain their credentials to cover and have access to the President


They should absolutely be f"cked right off.


(I am soooo sick of having to deal with some idiot moderator's stinking fart-brained bias or humour every time I mention the US President's name. Show yourself c"nt)


Has this dickhead not outed himself yet?

Come on, don't be shy.


You are a delightfully laid back sort of chap aren't you?

As for who changed it, everyone else seems to know, how come you don't?


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Spinbad wrote:
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The New York Times and CNN’s parent company Time Warner are standing by their sponsorship of a play that depicts the brutal assassination of the US President, raising the question of whether the news reporting outlets should retain their credentials to cover and have access to the President


They should absolutely be f"cked right off.


(I am soooo sick of having to deal with some idiot moderator's stinking fart-brained bias or humour every time I mention the US President's name. Show yourself c"nt)


Has this dickhead not outed himself yet?

Come on, don't be shy.


You are a delightfully laid back sort of chap aren't you?

As for who changed it, everyone else seems to know, how come you don't?


Oh yeah, just a bit of good fun isn't it. So fudging funny. My sides are splitting so much I risk an aneurism.

And it's famously well known of course, but I'm not as delightfully fart suckingly worldly as you so why not just enlighten me?


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You must be the only poster who doesn't know.
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:lol:

It's pretty obvious. And the fact it's winding you up so much makes it funnier.


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Yeah, I'm hugely wound up :roll:

I've obviously done tons of research on this very important chickenshit.


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