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  1. A stunningly strict list of alleged “rules and regulations” for one couple’s nuptials has gone viral on Reddit, leaving many wondering why anyone would want to attend such a humorless event. On Sept. 20, Redditor Laika_cat posted the image of an email allegedly sent by the “wedding coordinator” of the upcoming ceremony, which included stipulations such as “kindly refrain from upstaging the bride on her big day — oh, and no admission without a gift of $75 or more.” The post has since earned over 10,000 points on Reddit and sparked 1,160 heated comments, many critical of the rules that were outlined in the message. “Please arrive 15-30 minutes early. Please DO NOT wear white, cream, or ivory. Please do not wear anything other than a basic bob or ponytail. Please do not [have] a full face of makeup,” the list begins. “Do not record during the ceremony. Do not check in on [Facebook] until instructed. Use #[Wedding hashtag] when posting all pictures.” “DO NOT TALK TO THE BRIDE AT ALL,” it continues. “Everyone will toast with Rémy. No acceptance. Lastly must come with gift $75 or more or you won’t be admitted,” the list concludes. Naturally, Redditors had a field day roasting the pretentious demands, which many suspected to be sourced from the bride herself. “Who toasts at a wedding with hard liquor?” one wondered. “I'd love for all guests to all show up naked with ponytails. That would be beautiful,” another said. “Bring 7,350 pennies,” one cheeky commenter said. “What an excellent list of reasons to not go,” another added. Despite the backlash, the origins of the now-viral email — and the veracity of the alleged brides requests — remains unclear. Though the summer wedding season is officially winding down, this is the second time a bridezilla has made headlines for merciless demands in recent weeks. In late August, one irate woman caused a stir on social media for her long-winded tirade blaming her friends and family for the cancellation of her dream wedding — namely because they wouldn't pitch in to pay for the majority of the $60,000 cost.
  2. President Trump on Friday went on the offensive in the battle over Brett Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court confirmation after days of laying low, calling on accuser Christine Blasey Ford to provide a police report, slamming Democrats for waiting to share the allegations and telling senators to move ahead with a vote. In a sharp change of tone after days of reserved statements regarding the allegations, the president unleashed a torrent of tweets, first in defense of Kavanaugh. He then put pressure on Ford to furnish a police report, though there's no indication one was ever filed. "I have no doubt that, if the attack on Dr. Ford was as bad as she says, charges would have been immediately filed with local Law Enforcement Authorities by either her or her loving parents. I ask that she bring those filings forward so that we can learn date, time, and place!" he tweeted. Twitter Ads info and privacy He also tweeted: “Judge Brett Kavanaugh is a fine man, with an impeccable reputation, who is under assault by radical left wing politicians who don’t want to know the answers, they just want to destroy and delay. Facts don’t matter. I go through this with them every single day in D.C.” Twitter Ads info and privacy The president was also critical of Democratic Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., for receiving a letter from Ford outlining her allegations in July, but failing to disclose them, even anonymously, to federal officials or other committee members until last week. "Senator Feinstein and the Democrats held the letter for months, only to release it with a bang after the hearings were OVER - done very purposefully to Obstruct & Resist & Delay," Trump tweeted Friday. "Let her testify, or not, and TAKE THE VOTE!" Twitter Ads info and privacy Trump also took issue with Ford’s legal team saying they want the FBI to investigate the allegations – something the bureau has indicated it has no plans to do. "The radical left lawyers want the FBI to get involved NOW," Trump tweeted. "Why didn’t someone call the FBI 36 years ago?" Twitter Ads info and privacy The statements come as the deadline passed for Ford to tell the Senate Judiciary Committee whether she will accept an invitation to testify about her claims on Monday. It's unclear if a deal was made, but talks could still be ongoing, as Ford's lawyers re-opened discussions Thursday with Republicans over scheduling testimony. Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley had called on Ford to respond by 10 a.m. Friday. With the deadline passed, Fox News has learned Grassley is speaking with committee members and key other players about what they’re willing to do. Ford, through her attorneys, has given differing statements about whether she is willing to testify. Earlier this week, Ford’s attorney Debra Katz indicated her client was willing to do so, before later saying they wanted the FBI to investigate the claims first. According to a Thursday email sent by her attorney Debra Katz to the committee, Ford is willing to appear for a hearing on Capitol Hill as long as senators provide "terms that are fair and which ensure her safety." But they do not want Ford to testify on Monday. Among the terms being requested by Ford’s legal team: Only members of the committee -- no lawyers -- can question her; Kavanaugh cannot be in the room at the time; and Kavanaugh should be questioned first, before he has the opportunity to hear Ford's testimony. It’s not clear if Republicans would agree to those terms, especially over Kavanaugh having to testify before he hears the accusations against him. Trump has called for Ford to testify, and on Thursday night said he wants to see the confirmation process proceed without delay. Speaking to Fox News' Sean Hannity on Thursday night before a rally in Nevada, Trump called Kavanaugh "an outstanding person" and said, "I don't think you can delay it any longer." For his part, Kavanaugh, in a letter to the Judiciary Committee on Thursday, indicated he would be ready and willing to testify on Monday. "I continue to want a hearing as soon as possible, so that I can clear my name," he wrote. "Since the moment I first heard this allegation, I have categorically and unequivocally denied it. I remain committed to defending my integrity." Kavanaugh's letter did not contain any preconditions for his testimony. Fox News has learned that Kavanaugh, under oath, answered questions from the Judiciary Committee earlier this week, and denied the allegations. In a series of tweets earlier Thursday, Republicans on the Senate Judiciary Committee noted they had obtained statements, under penalty of felony, from two other people at the house party where the alleged assault occurred, including Kavanaugh friend Mark Judge and another individual. Committee members also wrote that they had reached out to a "fourth person allegedly at the party," as well as "a schoolmate who claimed on social media this week to have info related to Dr. Ford’s allegations" -- but had not heard back. That was an apparent reference to a widely circulated online account by Cristina Miranda King, who claimed that she heard about the alleged assault at the time. King deleted her online post after questions emerged about apparent inconsistencies in her claims. On Thursday, Ford's lawyers reportedly requested that the Judiciary Committee subpoena Judge to testify. Earlier this week, Judge told committee Republicans that he had "no memory" of the alleged incident, and said he did not want to testify. Asked whether Republicans had planned to call Judge to testify, Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., told reporters, “No reason to. ... He’s already said what he’s going to say." It would be highly unusual for a witness before a Senate committee to dictate who receives a subpoena as a precondition to testifying. Meanwhile, a former classmate of Kavanaugh's said that he had no "recollection" of any incident at the house party Ford described, saying he was one of the people Ford had claimed to be there. Ford alleged in the letter that Kavanaugh had sexually assaulted her more than 35 years ago, although she has since indicated that she cannot be sure in which house the assault occurred. Kavanaugh has denied all the accusations.
  3. Florida Republicans say Trump is wrong on Puerto Rico TALLAHASSEE — Top Florida Republicans have been quick to say President Donald Trump is wrong about the death toll in Puerto Rico. Trump ignited a political firestorm Thursday after tweeting without evidence that “3,000 people did not die” following Hurricane Maria. He called the death toll numbers a plot by Democrats to make him “look as bad as possible.” Florida Gov. Rick Scott said he disagreed with the president and that he has seen the “devastation firsthand.” Ron DeSantis, who won the GOP primary for governor with Trump’s endorsement, also said the president is not correct. DeSantis spokesman Stephen Lawson said he did not believe that any loss of life “had been inflated.” Tens of thousands of Puerto Ricans fled the island after Maria and have relocated to Florida.
  4. Kramer

    Friday, September 14th, 2018

    ... DEVELOPING ... STAND BY The Kramer Show. Heard on 101.1 in Panama City. Click here to listen live. Call the show at (850) 233-9988 Email the show at kramer@newstalk101.com Remember, you can sign in on this forum and post by signing in using your Facebook account! 6:00 --- SHOW PREP MEETING --- *) We will discuss what we have planned for the show today. Call 850-233-9988 and tell Kramer what you think he should talk about. 6:30 --- ON THIS DAY --- --- BIRTHDAYS --- --- MORGAN FREEMAN --- *) Is the highest grossing actor of all time. Here. --- ROSEANNE BARR --- *) AUDIO Roseanne Barr rants about Ambien. Here. AUDIO. --- NORM MCDONALD --- *) Tonight Show cancels his appearance over METOO comments. Here. --- TIM ALLEN --- *) On Trump. Here. --- MOTLEY --- *) Crue recording four more songs. Here. --- SEE BELOW DWIGHT --- 7:00 --- FLORENCE --- *) "Hurricane" Florence is a dud. Here. *) Local couple had their wedding planned right now in North Carolina. Here. --- STATE AVENUE --- *) State Avenue is about to become more pedestrian friendly. Here. --- FACEBOOK --- *) Facebook will start fact checking memes. Here. --- KIDS VAPING --- *) Local people talk about - like - kids not vaping - man. Here. --- KIDS MASTURBATING --- *) Sexpert says kids should learn how to masturbate in schools. Here. --- MUSICLY --- *) What the hell? ASK DWIGHT! --- TRUMP TWEET --- *) So wait, WHU? Here. --- RANDOM CELEBRITY --- *) If you could have a random celebrity just show up, randomly in your life, who would you choose? Here. --- AMAZON --- *) They will be shipping live trees this year. Here. --- MOM DEFENDS --- *) Mom defends her 14 year old son after he killed his two younger siblings. Here. 7:30 --- MANDATORY PHONE TOPIC --- *) Toy HALL OF FAME nominees are in. Here. --- QUESTION: 850-233-9988 - What was your favorite toy as a kid? 8:00 --- FAT BEAUTIFUL --- *) Sweatshirt causing controversy. Being fat isn't beautiful. Here. --- URANUS EXAMINER --- *) They named a newspaper this? Here. --- FORTNITE DIVORCE --- *) Fortnite and other games are causing divorces. Here. --- NETFLIX --- *) People spend an hour a day on Netflix. Here. --- SEX FOR RENT --- *) Sex for rent is actually a thing. Here. --- DYNOMITE --- *) Woman thinks a stick of dynamite is a candle. Here. --- ABOLISH ICE --- *) Burger joint employees wearing pins to abolish ice. Here. --- COMMUTE PAY --- *) Should your commute time be included in your pay? Here. 8:30 --- RERUN OF ALEX JONES INTERVIEW --- *) What do YOU want to talk about? 850-233-9988 --- BIT BALLS --- *) He tried to rape her. She bit his balls. Yes, his balls. Here. --- THE NICOLE STORY --- *) Stupid. Here. --- SAMMY HAGAR --- *) Men still ask Sammy to bang their whore wives. Here. --- WIN LOTTO --- *) They didn't win wait no yes they did. Here. --- MONKEY --- *) Dude gets injured trying to steal a monkey for his chick. Here. --- CHOP CHOP CHOP --- *) All day long, chop chop chop while I sing this song. Here. --- COOKIES --- *) Chocolate chip cookies are as addictive as cocaine. Here. --- MCDONALDS POSTER --- *) These two dudes did an ingenious prank at McDonalds. Here. --- SLEEPY DRINK --- *) There's a new drink that supposed to put you to sleep in 30 minutes. Here. --- SEX ON BEACH --- *) Have you ever had sex on the beach? Here. --- DONUTS --- *) Fruit loop donuts. Here. --- PIZZA --- *) Fish sticks as pizza topping? Here. --- COLONEL --- *) KFC and the Colonel. Here. --- LUBE DOG --- *) What in the hell? Here.
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    --- THE MEGA 911 THREAD ---

    911 call right as the tower fell
  6. Democratic Rep. Maxine Waters escalated her rhetorical assault on President Trump over the weekend – vowing to "get him" and repeating the word "impeachment" over and over. Waters, who took heat earlier this year for urging her supporters to confront Trump administration officials in public, told a group gathered in Los Angeles that some Democratic leaders have asked her to stop talking about impeaching Trump. “There’s a difference in how some of our leadership talk about how we should handle all of this,” Water said. “They say, ‘Maxine, please don’t say impeachment anymore.'” “And when they say that, I say ‘impeachment, impeachment, impeachment, impeachment, impeachment, impeachment, impeachment.’” In video posted by The American Mirror, Waters said she wakes up in the middle of the night and “all I can think about is I’m going to get him," in reference to Trump. The California congresswoman, who was accepting an award from the Stonewall Young Democrats on Saturday, has been one of the most outspoken congressional Democrats calling for impeachment. While many in party leadership have shied away from those demands, Waters and her allies are emboldened by the prospect of Democrats retaking the House in the midterms and, potentially, using a majority to launch impeachment proceedings. In June, Waters made controversial comments amid the backlash over the White House’s “zero-tolerance” immigration policy leading to family separations at the border. “If you see anybody from that Cabinet in a restaurant, in a department store, at a gasoline station, you get out and you create a crowd and you push back on them and you tell them they’re not welcome anymore, anywhere,” Waters said. The lawmaker later claimed that she wasn’t calling for protesters to actually “harm” Cabinet members. On Saturday, Waters once again brought up the remarks from earlier in the summer and said she did not threaten Trump supporters -- but seemed to joke that she's done that before. “It frightened a lot of people, and of course the lying president said that I had threatened all of his constituents,” Waters said. “I did not threaten his constituents, his supporters. I do that all the time, but I didn’t do it that time.”
  7. Knight, the editorial cartoonist, pushed back against the criticism he received, saying that his illustration was intended to portray Williams's behavior. Neither Knight nor the Herald Sun were immediately reachable by The Hill. To support his argument, Knight posted a cartoon he drew of tennis player Nick Kyrgios, showing an umpire giving "a sulky Nick Kyrgios a pep talk during the U.S. Open" and next to it a female umpire grabbing Kyrgios by the ear under the caption, "What should have happened." “Don’t bring gender into it when it’s all about behavior,” Knight tweeted. Williams accused the umpire of sexism for penalizing her on multiple occasions, saying that she's never seen such action taken against a male tennis player. "He's never taken a game from a man because they said 'thief,'" she said after the match, according to BBC. "But I've seen other men call other umpires several things. I'm here fighting for women's rights and for women's equality and for all kinds of stuff."
  8. I know some of you adore anything and anyone attached to money. Money and Fame-whores have always existed, but with the invention of the internet, your predictable and nauseating mouth sounds on the nuts of people like Colin Kaeperdick are deafening. For those of you who kneel (not stand, that would take actual God Damn effort) with Colin Kaeperdick, do you truly think Nike gives two gerbil turds about the protests, the Anthem, the "movement", etc.? Do you think Nike put him as the center of the Nike brand because they wanted to help get the message out for Colin Kaepernick? You don't REALLY think it had anything to do with something other than MONEY do you? M. O. N. E. Y. FACT: Colin Kaeperdick was on the bench for multiple games before all of this. One day he said, "How can I get more attention?" He took a knee and then became the instant face of a movement that was centered around black people being shot more by Cops than white people. Since then that is his "BRAND". Before I continue: So a guy barely in the NFL takes a knee during the National Anthem because he says black people are shot more by Cops, expects people to not take it as a slap in the face that it's during the NATIONAL ANTHEM, gets fired from the NFL because he sucks at football, and then NIKE hires him for a multi million dollar campaign to be the face of their brand TWO YEARS LATER - and people actually go out and buy the fucking shoes to show support for the guy who took a knee during our Anthem, who doesn't even play in the FUCKING NFL ANY MORE? I'd like to repeat that and say it out loud as I type it right now . . . So a guy barely in the NFL takes a knee during the National Anthem because he says black people are shot more by Cops, expects people to not take it as a slap in the face that it's during the NATIONAL ANTHEM, gets fired from the NFL because he sucks at football, and then NIKE hires him for a multi million dollar campaign to be the face of their brand TWO YEARS LATER - and people actually go out and buy the fucking shoes to show support for the guy who took a knee during our Anthem, who doesn't even play in the FUCKING NFL ANY MORE? MIND YOU - WHEN YOU ACTUALLY LOOOOOOK AT THE NUMBERS - IT INS'T TRUE. You don't think all of this was to troll the weak-minded pussies who get off on getting attention from supporting someone like Kaeperick - in to buying Nike stuff - do you? A story this morning said that online sales of Nike gear were up 31% online for the past week. The people who went out and bought the shoes are looking at people like me going "SEEEEE WE TOLD YOU" - what did you tell me? You're telling me you took your hard earned dollars and spent a few hundred dollars on shoes to help a company who used a loser to sell shoes? LOL! I guess you won. Keep on winning. Winner.
  9. Kramer

    MORNING CHECK IN THREAD

    here
  10. Kramer

    Friday, September 7th, 2018

    Back in the Day on September 7 122 years ago - In 1896, A.H. Whiting won the First Car Race held on a track. Forty thousand rednecks showed up in Cranston, Rhode Island to see Whiting tear around the course at 24 miles-per-hour. 78 years ago - In 1940, Nazi Germany began their blitz on the British in London during World War Deuce. 55 years ago - In 1963, the NFL Hall of Fame was dedicated in Canton, Ohio. 45 years ago - In 1973, at an Elton John concert at the Hollywood Bowl, MC and "Deep Throat" star Linda Lovelaceintroduced Elton by screaming, "Here he is, the biggest, largest, most gigantic and fantastic man, the costar of my next movie. . . Elton John!" 40 years ago - In 1978, The Who's drummer,Keith Moon, died in London after overdosing on Hemenephirin, a prescription drug that was supposed to have helped him whoop his alcohol addiction. He was only 31. Keith Moon died in the very same apartment where Mama Cass of the Mamas and Papas had passed away four years earlier. 39 years ago - In 1979, Entertainment & Sports Programming Network. . . ESPN. . . made its cable TV debut. 39 years ago - In 1979, Gary Numan released his album "The Pleasure Principle". . . which features the smash hit "Cars". 34 years ago - In 1984, Janet Jackson became El DeBarge's sister-in-law. Sadly, she had her marriage to James DeBargeannulled a year later. 22 years ago - In 1996, at 11:15 P.M., just after a Mike Tyson fight, Tupac Shakur and Suge Knight were shot while riding in Suge's BMW 750 sedan on the Las Vegas Strip. Tupac was shot three times in the chest. Shrapnel grazed Suge's big head. A total of 13 shots were fired at the car. After the shooting, Suge made a U-turn and headed West on the Strip. PO-lice reached the car on the Strip where it was caught in traffic at Harmon Avenue. An ambulance then picked up Tupac and Suge taking them to University Medical Center, where Pac underwent the first of three operations. His right lung was removed to stop internal bleeding. He died six days later. These days, Suge Knight still gets shot from time to time . . . but right now he's cooling his heels in jail for that hit-and-run where he ran over one of his friends. 20 years ago - In 1998, St. Louis Cardinal Mark "Steroids" McGwire UNFAIRLY equaled Roger Maris' single-season home run record when he hit #61 in a game against Sammy "Corked Bat" Sosa and the Chicago Cubs. 18 years ago - In 2000, Rage Against The Machine's bassist Tim Commerford was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct after climbing a scaffold and actin'-a-fool during the MTV Video Music Awards, and delaying the show for 20 minutes. Rage guitarist Tom Morello said, quote, "I think he was whipped into that fervor by Britney Spears' version of 'Satisfaction'." 15 years ago - In 2003, Warren Zevon died of lung cancer . . . two weeks after the release of his farewell album, "The Wind". He was only 56. After being diagnosed with terminal cancer, Zevon admitted on "Letterman" that he hadn't gone to the doctor in 20 years. He said, quote, "It was one of those phobias that didn't pay off." 11 years ago - In 2007, Barry "Steroids" Bonds unfairly broke Hank Aaron's record when he hit his 756th home run.
  11. Kramer

    Friday, September 7th, 2018

    Birthdays on September 7, 2018 Dean-Charles Chapman is 21. Tommen Baratheon on "Game of Thrones". He was also Castor on "Into the Badlands". Evan Rachel Wood is 31. Android host Dolores Abernathy on "Westworld". JD Pardo is 38. Ezekiel Reyes on the "Sons of Anarchy" spin-off "Mayans MC". Oliver Hudson is 42. Goldie Hawn's son and Kate Hudson's brother. He's Martin on the ABC sitcom "Splitting Up Together". Shannon Elizabeth is 45. Foreign exchange student Nadia in the "American Pie" movies . . . and "Dancing with the Stars"crybaby. Tom Everett Scott is 48. Tom Hanks look-a-like from "That Thing You Do!" and the vastly underrated "Dead Man on Campus". Now he's on the TruTV sitcom "I'm Sorry". Rudy Galindo is 49. Mantastic HIV-positive ice skater. He caught HIV the Greg Louganis way . . . not the Magic Johnson way. Leslie Jones is 51. "Ghostbusters" and "SNL" superstar. Toby Jones is 52. The voice of Dobby in the "Harry Potter" movies. He's also the announcer in "The Hunger Games" movies, and the Red Skull's lead scientist, Dr. Zola, in "Captain America" and its sequel "The Winter Soldier". Margot Chapman is 61. Hawaiian beauty in the Starland Vocal Band. Remember "Afternoon Delight"? Michael Emerson is 64. Ben Linus on "Lost" and Finch on "Person of Interest". Corbin Bernsen is 64. "L.A. Law" and "Major League". Chrissie Hynde is 67. Lead singer of The Pretenders. Their hits include "Brass in Pocket", "Middle of the Road", and "Back on the Chain Gang". Julie Kavner is 68. Marge on "The Simpsons". Gloria Gaynor is 69. "I Will Survive". Alfa Anderson is 72. Singer in Chic. Remember "Le Freak"? Eazy-E (1964 - 1995) West Coast gangsta rapper and founding member of N.W.A. He died of AIDS. Buddy Holly (1936 - 1959) Some guy who had a Weezer song named after him. Today would have been his 82nd birthday. Don Messick (1926 - 1997) Amazing voice actor who did the voices of Scooby Doo; Boo Boo and Ranger Smith on "Yogi Bear"; Papa Smurf; Snap of Snap, Crackle and Pop; Bamm Bamm on "The Flintstones"; AND Astro on "The Jetsons". • 4 days until Patriot Day (9/11) a National Day of Service and Remembrance • 12 days until International Talk Like a Pirate Day • 34 days until National Coming Out Day • 56 days until "Bohemian Rhapsody" • 58 days until Daylight Saving Ends
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