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September 08, 2016

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Uma Thurmond's Feet

The Times http://althouse.blogspot.com/2016/09/insane-carbon-footprint-hypocrisy-on.html>also lost Ann Althouse on this same story.

When you lose both Tom and Ann ...

henry

Meanwhile the WSJ features a new oil patch find in TX. Competitive at lower prices than the Saudis can pump it.

maryrose

Henry
Varney says 150 billion gallons of oil available.
Hillary has to cleanup bad performance last night according to Bret Baier.
Lies again about e-mails.

maryrose

Hil took 6 questions with engine on plane running.
Bash Trump rinse repeat.
Said no ground troops.
We already have troops there.
Idiot analysis.

narciso

that's the pope's sherpa on skydragons, TM. is that enough of a mixed metaphor,

Michael  (fpa Patriot4Freedom)

Miss Marple - Have a Happy Birthday!

Do something special for *yourself* as you celebrate a new home, and a new future.

May this coming year be your best year ever.

RattlerGator

That Althouse link:

http://althouse.blogspot.com/2016/09/insane-carbon-footprint-hypocrisy-on.html

Wither this issue?  To be determined.

Schellnhuber is among the more nasty alarmists.

And yet, the extraordinary popular delusion paces on its zombie path

Final verdict on Paris: 'Say anything, do nothing'. It's toothless, and a source of great glee among the skeptical blogosphere.

 Skeptical Voter

Dang. Obama--disappointing people all over the world.

Well shucks when a fellow has "Possum Verumus" on his faux Presidential seal during the campaign, you get the One True Possum instead of a President.

cheerleader

Miss Marple


All the professional decluttering professionals say that getting rid of physical clutter (even neatly organized "clutter") frees the mind of mental clutter and weight and clears the way for great new things to happen.

Ignatz Ratzkywatzky

"Clinton Foundation Is Charity Fraud Of Epic Proportions", Analyst Charges In Stunning Takedown

A Madness of the Climate Crowd.  And the Political Crowd.  And the Financial Crowd.  A perfect storm of pathetic policy.

Heh, I've said for a long time that you need to worry when they quit talking about 'carbon footprint' and start investigating your 'energy footprint'.

Back when Erlich first started up his fearmongering I calculated what the theoretical maximum population of Earth would be if all of the Sun's energy that reaches the Earth were dedicated to sustaining humans. At 100W/human, the number is in the low quadrillions, approximately a million times more than are presently sustained. Of course this is theoretical, utterly impossible to attain practically, but it does illustrate that even a small increase in our use of the sun's energy, a la Norman Borlaug, would sustain many times our world's present population, and in a style to which we would all like to become accustomed.

We cannot warm the Earth enough for the consequences to become net detrimental. Our greening of the Earth is a tremendous cornucopia, perhaps already feeding a billion extra people.

Sea level rise is not accelerating; we do need to worry, and a lot, when the sea level stops rising.

There is no man-caused weather weirding. If anything, the last few decades have marked a lessening of the severity of storms, droughts, floods, tornadoes.

The idea that a warmer world has more extreme weather is intuitively easy, more energy in the system, etc. However, what determines severity is the equatorial/polar temperature gradient, and in a warming world that decreases since the tropics can't warm anymore. The ice ages were windy and dusty with horrific storms, there was a greater gradient, poles to equator.

I could go on and on and on and on, and have.

Jack is Back!

Does Babs Boxer know that Obama is not a scientist?

Oh, and BTW, Happy Birthday, Miss Marple.

Captain Hate

Staple Ortel's report to Snakehead's dome and Teh Forehead. Make sure you use the long copper ones.

Jack is Back!

Pennies from heaven?

One lane of I-95 NB Reopens After Truck Crash Penny Spill in Delaware. [Shut it down for hours].

http://6abc.com/1502898/

maryrose

Babs Boxer has been stuck on stupid for ages.
I cannot wait for Reid ,Boxer and Obama to exit stage right.

No pleas without justice.

Heh, Iggy, maybe a post Obama IRS could send the Clinton Foundation a bill for back taxes.

Sbw on iphone

Ig, we'll see what hits the media about that expose and by whom it gets reported

Ignorant and arrogant these dangerous alarmists.

Even Darwin understood how atolls grow with sea level rise.

Captain Hate

A ZH commenter gets it right: if you want to clean up the country, put the "nonprofits" under a microscope.

Old Lurker

This is going to raise blood pressures:

"Donald Trump is favored by one-in-four African Americans and one-in-three Latinos, according to a poll conducted by the Boston Herald and Franklin Pierce University. The poll of 1,025 likely voters was conducted by RKM Research for Franklin Pierce University and the Boston Herald, from Aug. 31 to Sept. 4. Overall, Franklin Pierce gets good marks for its polls and the results are in the same ballpark as many other polls. (Snip)The poll showed that Trump has a very favorable rating among among 18.4 percent of 105 Hispanics, and 10.5 percent of 101 African Americans."

narciso

quelle surprise,

http://www.lifezette.com/polizette/hillary-gushes-nbcs-andrea-mitchell-impromptu-presser/

Beasts of England

End non-profits. Easy. Foundations, too.

Michael  (fpa Patriot4Freedom)


Hil-LIAR-y has told so many lies that she's starting to make up new lies that contradict the old lies . . .

Her greatest whopper from last night:

"I communicated about classified material on a wholly separate system..."

Just like the MFM didn't question Comey's fairy tale about her "carelessness", the MFM couldn't (or wouldn't) ask the obvious follow-up question to Hil-LIAR-y:

"Mrs. Clinton, how could you have used a separate system if you *never* had a 'state.us.gov' email address?"

Dave (in MA)

Can we get to the WEED question now?

narciso

'sound and fury, well you know the drill'

http://www.weaselzippers.us/293966-hillary-clinton-holds-first-press-conference-in-278-days-media-doesnt-ask-her-about-email-scandal/

Miss Marple 2

cheerleader,

If getting rid of clutter clears the mind, I should be at genius level by the time I am done with this house! HA!

Tonto

Happy Birthday, Miss Marple! I've been a fan of your commentary since early FR days.

Skoot

Hillary claimed this morning she had a SIPRNET account? She's been denying that for 2 years now. Must be clotting again.

daddy

I'm getting a chuckle from all the old code talk. My first intro in 63 convinced me that my brain was wired orthogonal to whatever made code interesting or challenging.

Manny T,

I'm just to the point in the McCullough History Book where Morse is inventing his telegraphic invention and coming up with Morse code. Hope it's covered in some detail and is as interesting as the rest of the book so far. I had no idea that Morse was a painter before his Telegraph invention, and apparently so driven and possessed by it that when he lost the opportunity to be selected to paint 4 huge murals in the US Capitol in 1836 or so, he contemplated suicide, but mentions that his religious belief would not let him take that option. Fascinating.

Barbara

"Trump has a very favorable rating among among 18.4 percent of 105 Hispanics, and 10.5 percent of 101 African Americans."

OL,

That's good information. If Trump can bring home anything close to those numbers, he will win the election. Hillary needs to achieve Obama's record numbers with African Americans to win. I don't see that happening.

The GOPe #nevertrumpers may go Libertarian, but I'm willing to bet that more of them will come home to the 'designated' Republican candidate - Trump. As Hillary is forced out of her safe zone more and more, she'll lose ground at the margins just like she did with Bernie. My hope is that as the election date nears, voters will become more engaged, will vote against the equivalent of Obama on steroids, and thereby reject the sour grapes coalition (Romney, Bush, Cruz and McCain's surrogate, Lindsay Graham).

Art in Newport

Tonto ... did you post at FR as Tonto Kowalski?

James D

2nd attempt at posting this, because TypePad ate attempt #1.

My position on climate change:

I live in a 900 sq. ft. apartment.
I have no children.
I do not own a car.
I take public transportation to/from work and for most other transportation needs.
I have flown a total of less than 9,000 miles over the past decade (4 round-trip flights).

Anyone whose carbon footprint is larger than mine can either reduce it until it's lower than mine, or they can shut right the fuck up.

(apologies for the un-REDACTED language, but it's necessary here)

rse

I have a new post up that goes directly to what I believe the Never Trumpers want to keep in place. http://invisibleserfscollar.com/outlasting-presidential-administrations-and-transcending-politics-data-driven-social-control/

It looks like this coordination is not supposed to be on our radar. When I say the Partnership for Public Service is well-connected every major management consulting company appears to be tied to it. The research also says that this evidence-based policymaking began in earnest under bush 43 in 2002, really accelerated under bo, and the next Pres is supposed to finish the implementation.

henry

Uh Oh, NBC plant ID'D, used to ask Trump a q

narciso

layers of editing

https://twitter.com/jenanmoussa/status/773919903099281408/photo/1?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw

daddy

"President Obama flew here to swim with Hawaiian monk seals...."

Don't know what Monk Seals has to do with anything. When we used to take the kids for vacation to the recreational cabins on Barking Sands Naval Base on western Kauai, there were monk seals on the beach. Yes they were endangered and we were not supposed to disturb them of any kind, so we didn't. My daughter drew a beautiful picture of one with colored chalk that we always loved. Very cute creatures.

Point is that if Obama wanted to see Monk Seals, all he had to do was go to Kauai and he could have saved the planet another 200,000 pounds of gas in the process.

henry

James D, don't worry! I can make up for your lack of carbon footprint easily.

daddy

I cannot wait for Reid ,Boxer and Obama to exit stage right.

I wouldn't pay $2.50 for the cadavers of the 3 them put together.

JM Hanes

LOL, daddy!

Miss Marple 2

Nice video conflating both close-up shots of Hillary's earpiece and the damning Wikileaks email where Huma asks her about it.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q0eZPlvZyHY&ab_channel=TransmiTV

maryrose

Daddy:
You have once again provided me the best laugh of the day!
Interesting info on Morse.

daddy

Momma tells me that she thinks Hillary intentionally bought the used Blackberry's on E-Bay so that they could not be traced. She made the point that if you buy any device from Apple or wherever brand new, that the exchange is recorded and the serial number is tied into some account that can be easily traced. Momma thinks that buying them used off of E-Bay avoided that step, and made them much harder to trace and essentially invisible---not to the bad guys, but to people in our on Government who might want at some later date to do oversight and track what she was saying on them.

Does that sound reasonable to you tech types?

lyle

I stand with James D. The biggest AGW scam believers I know all fly extensively around the world: biking trips in Argentina, France, Italy; photo safaris in S. Africa; hanging out in Baja or Costa Rica...

Having said that, the scam has well and clearly permeated the educational system BIG TIME. I have dinner with some friends frequently in SV and interact with their son who's early twenties. He believes every lie he's been indoctrinated with. Just last week he casually mentioned how Florida will be under water due to rising sea levels. I asked him just when this would happen. Didn't know but didn't care. I laughed and said get back to me when real estate anywhere on the coast in that state starts plummeting in value due to rising seas.

henry

Daddy. yes.

lyle

BTW, I don't care how much people travel. I wish I could get the missus to travel more. But I won't stand for anyone with an "energy footprint" monstrously larger than mine lecturing me about "climate change."

I always inquire of these true believers if they've ever heard of Antonio Gramsci. I've yet to have one of them answer affirmatively. More often I get looks like I'm growing a third eye.

jimmyk

If Trump can bring home anything close to those numbers, he will win the election.

In all modesty I predicted early in the year, or maybe late last year, that Trump would do better than people thought among blacks. That was entirely based on a random encounter on a subway in the Bronx, overhearing a couple of 20-something black dudes talking about Trump. The fact that they were talking about him at all seemed to me a big deal (as opposed to talking about Lebron or Dr Dre), and the fact that their tone was neutral to positive--like they might sound if talking about one of those other guys--even more so.

Yeah, it was a sample of two, but it resonated with me.

daddy

Even Darwin understood how atolls grow with sea level rise.

Kim,

I finished reading Tom Wolfe's latest, "The Kingdom of Speech", last night. I had never read anything of his and was hoping it would be good. It is savagely anti-Darwin in an ad hominem way. Obviously I am biased towards my man Chuck as you guys know, and I can take plenty of criticism toward him without batting an eye, but I was utterly disgusted at the straw men he erected and the disingenuous cheap shots he took in this sneering screed towards Chuck. A colossal mess of a book IMHO and without question I am done with ever reading anything again from Tom Wolfe.

Whether you like or dislike Darwin, my only recommendation is that if you do decide to read this book, please do not pay for it. Instead simply get it out from the Library or via free Kindle downloading etc. What a disappointment and what a shame he did not or could not make his arguments, whatever they were, without resorting to so many pages of hate filled diatribes.

Oh well, every once in a while it's probably good to read a terrible book in order to appreciate how wonderful it is to have really excellent reads like David McCullough's at hand to enjoy and learn from.

Truthbetold5

diGenova: ‘This Was an FBI Cover-Up’

http://www.cnsnews.com/blog/michael-morris/digenova-was-fbi-cover

cheerleader

Miss Marple,

I think you're already at genius level, what is above that?

:->

Buckeye

I live in a 900 sq. ft. apartment.
I have no children.
I do not own a car.
I take public transportation to/from work and for most other transportation needs.
I have flown a total of less than 9,000 miles over the past decade (4 round-trip flights).

Anyone whose carbon footprint is larger than mine can either reduce it until it's lower than mine, or they can shut right the fuck up.

Kudos JamesD, and yes I am going to shut the f$%& up....Mrs. Buckeye needs 900 sq. ft. just to store her clothes;)

Perhaps she can hire MM and take some de-clutter lessons.

Miss Marple 2

Pence is speaking at the Reagan Library:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_C7RX-ZlVUU&feature=youtu.be

Live stream now.

cheerleader

Buckeye,

It's a good thing your wife's clothes take up so much space because if you fall on hard times, you can rent out your wife's closet.

cheerleader

I need help with my decluttering priorities.

I can let go of a beautiful lamp or other object easier that I can let go of an empty jam jar. I know this to be true because I have put two really beautiful lamps out on the curb, (later regretted), while retaining a large shelf full of empty jam jars, and each time I let a jam jar go I mourn. :-)

Miss Marple 2

Clothes!

When this divorce mess started 2 years ago, (and I am STILL not divorced due to evil soon-to-be-ex stalling now that we are on to his secret bank accounts) I had my sister come over and help me clean out my walk-in closet.

I had gobs of expensive clothing left from when I worked for an up scale furniture store back in the NINETIES! I just couldn't make myself get rid of them because they had been expensive.

So I got my sister, who works in fashion, to come over and advise me. General culling of stuff I hadn't worn in years got rid of 7 large trash bags full of clothing. SEVEN!

I am working on this again, as my house is much smaller and I have a small closet. Now I am getting rid of most of my dress clothes, keeping only one summer and winter dress outfits for weddings or funerals. I do not attend ritzy parties so don't need them. I will probably take another 4 bags out of there today.

Buckeye

No worries MM, I am still wearing underwear form the NINETIES:)

Beasts of England

I'm partial to jam jars myself - wish I knew why. I must have three dozen of them in my cabinets at the lake. I obviously receive quite a few jams and pickles as gifts. :)

The Incredible Shrinking Collection.

Heh, cl, use before beauty.

Soooome people get lucky and outgrow their clothes.

Miss Marple 2

cheerleader,

I had about 30 vases from floral deliveries out in the garage. THIRTY. I didn't even take those to Goodwill. I threw them in the trash.

cheerleader

Miss Marple,

Thanks for the link to the Pence event. Trump said we'd love his VP pick and he sure was right about that.

sbw

how wonderful it is to have really excellent reads like David McCullough's

. . . even if he is a Trump pearl clutcher.

still wearing underwear from the NINETIES

Back in MY day we didn’t wear . . . oh, nevermind.

James D

As though any more reason was needed to hate the Seattle Seahawks...

http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/news/seahawks-players-hint-that-team-could-protest-together-during-national-anthem/

Porchlight

I like to drink cocktails out of jam jars, Beasts. And I liked doing it before it became trendy, too - so there. :)

Barbara

Momma tells me that she thinks Hillary intentionally bought the used Blackberry's on E-Bay so that they could not be traced.

daddy,

I've said it before, and I'll say it again. 'Momma' is one smart lady.

DebinNC

Felicitations, MM! I'm another long-time admirer from your FR days. Delighted that your evil ex's hidden assets have been discovered.

One small cripple for the great challenge.

d, of course I'm also a fan of Chuckie, but I am amused that the so far inexplicable things, like the clotting cascade and motility, are faithfully assumed to have come through selection. I suspect the error is in not understanding the value of those two, in preserving the internal milieu and in changing the external milieu, and neglecting the immense amount of time over which selection occurs.

The biochemistry convinces me, though nothing is excluded in the great realm of philosophy, that Darwinian natural selection, ie evolution, has determined our present biome. I've just had a recent understanding of the foundational role of RNA which was once the mainstay of genetic information storage and of enzymatic action. Genetic information storage has been delegated to DNA and enzymatic action to proteins. All tres interessant.

Too bad I can't read anything but internet commentary and books printed before 1980.

Porchlight

daddy,

Kudos to you for finishing a book you didn't like and for reviewing it honestly.

But I'll be candid. I'm a Tom Wolfe fan. I don't have any personal opinions about Darwin.

However, the fact that someone on Wolfe's level published an anti-Darwin book in 2016 makes me want to go out and pay full price for it right now.

Why? Because you're not allowed to write anti-Darwin books in 2016, and you're certainly not allowed to publish them. The leftists that run publishing and all the other cultural institutions won't permit it. Because to be anti-Darwin, in their eyes, is to be among the most knuckle-dragging, Bible-spanking, unevolved Neanderthals alive.

So if Wolfe has managed to pull this off - and especially considering the man is getting up there in years and this could be his last book - I must support it.

I hope you'll consider reading another of his works someday. He was the original counter-countercultural icon. He saw the preening moral idiots of his time for what they were, early on, and skewered them joyfully, and resisted their attempts to flatter him into becoming like them. And he has remained the same ever since. He's one of the most unlikeliest conservatives alive, and he's a mensch.

cheerleader

Miss Marple,

One of the arguments the professional declutterers on youtube say, to get people to part with things that were costly (but are not currently serving any purpose in our lives), is that keeping the object doesn't bring the money back.


That argument has helped me get rid of a few things.

Matt

Happy Birthday, MM! Many happy returns!

We went through a de-cluttering 18 months ago when we moved and now I can't find anything.

So now the media is dumping on Lauer. It is ludicrous to watch these clowns dirty their diapers en masse. Having Lauer up there regardless is idiocy, but the reaction is truly amazing.

We are going to see anyone who questions the Hillary honestly hauled off by the zampolits if the Red Queen is elected.

BTW for those of you in Iowa or nearabouts you can now get a degree in social justice warfare. When did farm country go so batshit crazy?

I really have to laugh having lived on the beach for a while (I know, it was a stereotypical divorce move). That real estate just keeps on climbing higher. Beach shacks that used to go for $100K are now in the multi-millions as tear downs. Go figure.

Ignatz Ratzkywatzky

--"I communicated about classified material on a wholly separate system..."--

So after, as Skoot says, two+ years of telling us her private server was all she had she now comes up with this Moby Dick of a whopper?
That is an in your face, I dare you to challenge me, kind of lie even for her.
Wow.

cheerleader

Wow, what a team, Trump and Pence.

A commenter at TCT nicknamed them, Gold and Silver.

DebinNC

Drudge spotlighting whether HC was wearing an earpiece with Matt Lauer. Sure looks like it.

jimmyk

So Powell was also (but not half) as sleazy as #ShortCircuit on e-mail:

http://thehill.com/blogs/ballot-box/presidential-races/294914-powell-told-clinton-how-to-bypass-state-security-measures

So this makes it ok for Hillary? I suppose if there were surveillance video of her shooting Vince Foster that would be ok because Aaron Burr killed Hamilton?

Important differences:

1. Everyone knows if you don't want a record you use the phone or in-person conversations. If that's all she'd done, this would be a non-issue.

2. Powell also used some personal e-mail. Hillary *only* used personal e-mail.

3. Powell didn't delete his personal e-mail, and didn't have his own server, so therefore had no way to wipe the servers had he been subpoenaed (and was aware of this).

4. Powell isn't running for President.

MSM take-away: Powell did the same thing, Hillary is just being unfairly singled out.

Janet S.

Henry at 1:02 - who is that?

cheerleader

Now direct to Trump live.

Art in Newport

.. Beach shacks that used to go for $100K are now in the multi-millions as tear downs. Go figure..

Matt, you live in Newport?

jimmyk

A colossal mess of a book IMHO and without question I am done with ever reading anything again from Tom Wolfe.

I wouldn't judge Wolfe on this. Try "The Right Stuff." All the non-fiction I've read by him has been great, and the fiction at least good. Though if you were a big fan of modern art you might not like "The Painted Word," or if you love Bauhaus architecture "From Bauhaus to Our House" might make you mad as hell.

Old Lurker

Don't write what you can speak.

Don't speak on the phone if you can speak in person.

Don't speak in person if you can gesture.

Beasts of England

I drink juice out of mine, Porch. I'm not quite as cool. ;)

Barbara

I suppose if there were surveillance video of her shooting Vince Foster that would be ok because Aaron Burr killed Hamilton?

jimmyk,

That's their rationale in a nutshell.

henry

Janet, that is some guy NBC selected to ask Trump a question last night.

daddy

Porch, Thanks for your Tom Wolfe comment. Appreciated.

It's too bad I had not read anything else from Wolfe so I could have been impressed by him, but as I said above, he lost me early on and just kept digging. Oh well. 2nd Half of the book is hammering Noam Chomsky. It's great to be able here at Salon JOM to have different opinions about this or that etc and still be good buddies:) His anti-Darwin schtick struck me, as someone who knows Darwin about as well as you can from reading his Beagle Diaries and Letters Home etc, like Kevin Williamson's disingenuousness in going after Trump supporters and that small town America city he wanted to die.

If you do read it I'd be interested in your opinion.

James D

OL @ 2:33

Back when the baseball players union was suing the owners for collusion, the owners began making notes on napkins during some meetings, because napkins couldn't be subpoenaed.

jimmyk

Caddell: "Hillary is in real trouble."

http://www.breitbart.com/2016-presidential-race/2016/09/07/pat-caddell-hillary-clinton-is-in-real-trouble-she-has-no-message/

Where's Roger Mudd to pop the question: "Why do you want to be President?"

["And please remove your earpiece before answering."]

henry

Two guys busted for dumpster diving their way into Clapper's accounts. Well, unspecified social engineering. But they did hack him into the stone age.

Thomas Collins

I have no reason to believe Darwin wasn't a careful classifying critter and a key player in the development of evolutionary biology. What frosts me is the proposition that evolutionary biology undercuts monotheism. Gödel's incompleteness theorems should have blown that claim to bits for once and for all.

http://plato.stanford.edu/entries/goedel-incompleteness/

Janet S.

Thanks Henry.

Looks like Alexander McCoy. US Marine Corp vet

https://twitter.com/ToneChaser79/status/773705363317219328

Ignatz Ratzkywatzky

Not many things as tasty as freshly foraged pine nuts.

Thomas Collins

Wow. Typepad automatically put the umlaut thingie over the o in Gödel. More amazing than Darwin's studies. :-))

Thomas Collins

This piece should make you feel more cozy with Tom Wolfe, daddy.

http://nymag.com/news/features/46170/

henry

That's the dude Janet.

Janet S.

http://heavy.com/news/2016/07/alexander-mccoy-vets-vs-hate-baldasaro-wall-off-trump-protest-tower-rnc-veterans-clinton-hate-speech-cicilline/

Janet S.

from the heavy link - After a protest outside of Trump Tower -

"“Then, reached by phone after the event, McCoy acknowledged that the Clinton campaign organized the conference call bringing together possible attendees to the protest,” the Daily Beast reported.

McCoy appeared on CNN and said, however, he was not working for the Clinton campaign:"

Ignatz Ratzkywatzky

"Wall Off Trump"?
As political slogans go, do they get any lamer?

Lean forward[and cough]?
Stronger...together?

OK, I guess they do.

daddy

Rush says that wasn't an ear piece in Hillary's ear, it was a spare cough drop:)

Matt

35 years in Newport, Art. Down in Trabuco Canyon now.

daddy

Thanks for the link TC. Will get to it when I wake up later. Good night for a couple hours.

BTW, If I didn't make myself clear, I wasn't upset about the disbelief or disagreement with anything Darwin came up with, whether Geology, Botany, Evolution, Sexual Selection, Coral Reefs, Worms, Earthquakes, Plate Tectonics, Venus Fly Traps, Megatherium Fossils, Volcano's, or Darwin's 10 years devoted to becoming the worlds expert on Barnacles. What repulsed me was the unnecessary over the top ad hominem animus aimed at what I consider straw man caricatures of Charles Darwin. It felt like I was reading about a slimy guy with the character of Anthony Weiner or Bill Clinton, but certainly not Charles Darwin.

Janet S.

McCoy appeared on CNN and said, however, he was not working for the Clinton campaign:"

No...he was just on a conference call with them organizing a protest.

Tonto

Art. Not me.

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