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Tuesday, March 29, 2016

Snowflake journalism


This is a crime? Really?


The story. Hunter S. Thompson shakes his head.

28 comments:

  1. All women are snowflakes now, and the laws of the land don't just encourage it, they practically require it.

    Another Hunter S. Thompson fan, huh?

    - Elric

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    1. And yet, they are also now eligible for military combat.

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    2. Elric, Mark - would love for you to meet some 'snowflakes' from my local gym. They'd slap your comments right off of your lips and you wouldn't do a thing about it, lest you end up in traction.

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    3. Well then, I would just take out my humiliation on less Amazonian women -- or on a male feminist.

      I'm awfully sorry to have said that, but your stupid threat merited an equally stupid response.

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    4. In any event, the issue is not what the woman in your gym are (supposedly) capable of or what any other woman is (supposedly) capable of, the issue is the way that women as a whole in today's world desire to be both venerated as warriors when that suits them AND protected as snowflakes when THAT suits them.

      So the comments that offended your beta-male feminism were actually fair ones.

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    5. Finally, I've never sought a fight with a woman. I've never sought a fight with a man either. The issue doesn't come up in the white collar world that I inhabit. If someone assaulted me, I guess I'd have to do my best to defend myself, no matter who it was.

      I've actually heard that the male advantage in strength is so great and the "overlap" so small that the strongest ten percent of women overlap with the weakest ten percent of men.

      So your remark is ALSO stupid because you don't know where I am on that chart.

      Having said that, I'll confess that I am not a tremendous physical specimen and I might be in that lower ten percent for all that I know and there may well be able-bodied women who CAN kick my ass, but your uninformed remark/threat was stupid precisely because 1) it WAS uninformed and 2) it was a cheap personal shot (delivered anonymously) that didn't address the point at hand.

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    6. Wow - so many replies while back-tracking from your original asinine remark. Guess you realize what an brain dead comment you made. Maybe next time you'll think twice before saying something stupid ... in other words, act the opposite of Trump.

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  2. I had to watch the video about 4-5 times before I could even spot what we were supposed to see. So a guy gets booked for this and Hillary is walking around thinking she's going to be president. Is this a system worth defending anymore?

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    1. And while "Hillary walks around" (though I think her day of email scandal reckoning will come before the primary), Trump shouts "get them out of here," "I'd love to punch him in the face" and other vulgar comments. I agree, this system is not worth defending anymore.

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    2. Same here. I looked at a bunch of stills and videos posted on various sites that claimed to show the altercation and I could see nothing at all. Those claims appear to be highly exaggerated, blown way out of proportion, nothing more than clickbait. I'm wondering who filed the charges, the reporter, the police, or the local prosecutor? Was this another campaign dirty trick aimed against Trump? Very curious....

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  3. This is turning into a Trump anti-woman attack. That reporter could just as well been a man. Those that are saying that this shows Trump is anti-woman are Dems, and the "elites" that don't want Trump. Carrying the water for Hillary.
    (I am not pro Trump, just pro accuracy)

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    1. That's the idea.

      whatever stratagem Cruz had for deflecting the Enquirer article must be blowing up in his face, so he's got to run something like this to put some dirt on Trump.

      We know he's cut some kind of deal with the Rinse/McConnell crowd, but this has the connivance of the Hillary mob, too.

      Or am I wrong?

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  4. Dumb question.

    Does he even touch her?

    And we do know the prosecutor who filed the charges is a Hillary guy, right?

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  5. Basically this happened because the Secret Service were not doing their job. Imagine some unknown person (man or woman) rushing Obama at a speech. That person would be taken down by the Secret Service in no time flat. Probably arrested as well.

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    1. Like the guy who rushed Trump in Dayton who was wrestled to the ground and arrested?

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  6. This is the county that went after Rush for drug use. I don't know if it is the same da, but, it most certainly is democrat.

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    1. The same county that brought us the Bush-Gore recount circus in 2000. If the jury has the same kind of people who couldn't figure out the "butterfly ballot" in 2000 then Lewandowski is toast.

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  7. Sorry dudes and dudettes, if you grab somebody, it's assault. If it leaves bruises, it can be considered aggravated.

    Not sure why you folks like the idea of the United States being an aristocracy where the overlords can run over the serfs with their horses and the serfs have to pay for damages to the horse's hooves.

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    1. "Usually battery is prosecuted as a crime only in cases involving serious harm to the victim"
      http://legal-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/battery

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    2. Then prosecute Huma for assault too. She quite forcefully pushed someone that got too close to Hillary.

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    3. Here's Huma:

      http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3444133/NO-TOUCHING-Huma-Abedin-caught-camera-shoving-woman-away-tries-hug-uttering-stern-words-walking-away.html

      Here's a different look at Trump's guy's "crime":

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ETi7lOTariY

      This gal said this was the second worst event in her life after her Dad's death. How do these people live such untroubled lives?

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  8. It is battery.

    It is a misdemeanor battery.

    Unless there is some relationship that indicates it will get worse, or some underlying problem, the usual sentence is probation and a fine. And usually just a fine.

    Mr. Lewandowski, it was a bad day not to be a Democrat.

    - Mikey NTH

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  9. So, if the info babe touched Trump, she's guilty of misdemeanor battery also?

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    1. I looked more carefully at the video and came to the same conclusion as you that she touched Trump first to start the whole business off and Trump's man jumped in to protect him from further physical contact. Trump's guy seemed to be reacting to the poor security, and for good reason with all the crazies that are out there. Bottom line: as best as I can determine from the short video clip, she started it by touching Trump on his arm or shoulder, and his people reacted to ensure his security. If I were Trump, I'd file charges against her and not let them drop.

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    2. Just a follow-up today to the comment I posted yesterday, which tends to confirm my version of the incident:

      One unnamed Secret Service agent, meanwhile, has given a different version of events, saying in a statement to the London Daily Mail that Fields “crossed in between agents and our protectee after being told not to,” and touched Trump first, WND reported.

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  10. Anything to smear Trump.....

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