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    *) The Kramer Show Podcast for February 3rd, 2019 *) Subjects: Trump vs. Pelosi on border wall - Ralph Northam's black face and abortion debacles in one week *) Next podcast date: Wednesday, February 6th, by 2pm
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    Who is the retard on your fb page always trying to get attention?
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    He posted a few things referencing standing up for the gays, so I think he may be a guy who never felt comfortable coming out of the closet and he's got a lot of hostility built up. Either that or he is literally retarded.
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    https://www.wsj.com/articles/the-speech-police-come-for-tucker-carlson-11552518354 I host a comedy-driven radio show for guys. Until Sunday, no one confused it with something that should be taken seriously. Given my on-air name, “Bubba the Love Sponge,” I assume most people get the joke. We are rude, sometimes profane. Tucker Carlson called into my satellite radio show regularly from 2006-11, and like all my guests, he adopted an edgy comic persona for the broadcast. He said really naughty things to make my audience laugh, and they did. The 100 or so shows we made with Mr. Carlson weren’t a secret. Do I really need to go into the rich history of insult comedy? Lisa Lampanelli, Andrew Dice Clay, Rodney Dangerfield, even Triumph, the Insult Comic Dog. Comedy breaks taboo subjects that release the unspoken into the air in ways that are, dare I say, funny. To be sure, we say really mean things on my radio show, and we laugh instead of getting mad. Why do we allow things to be said in comedy that wouldn’t be acceptable elsewhere? Believe it or not, scientists have studied comedy for an answer, and they found one. It’s called benign violation. We laugh when social norms are exceeded—the violation. But it’s not permanently harmful—it’s benign. No one called into my show authentically outraged about what Mr. Carlson said—not once—because everyone knew we were goofing in the spirit of the show. To understand the mood of today, the only name you need to know is Lenny Bruce. A brilliant and shocking comic, Bruce was arrested over and over for obscenity—jailed for saying the wrong words. In New York he was convicted and died before his appeal could be heard. Mr. Carlson is being smeared by a new generation of speech police for a new crime—refusing to give in to a small group of political activists who love all forms of “diversity” except of political thought. They take his comic words of a decade ago, reframe them as hateful, and require adherence to their demands. They attack the advertisers that simply want a chance to sell things to his audience, and threaten them with reputational destruction by public shaming unless they repudiate him. In the marketplace of ideas, these guys are shoplifters. This is not only unfair but makes the world a sadder and angrier place. It’s a violation. There is nothing benign about falsely calling a good man a misogynist or a racist to force your politics on the half of the American public that rejects them. If Mr. Carlson’s detractors think the way to counter his wit is to close him down by blacklisting him, I am afraid they’ll be disappointed. The chest-beating of the thought police will only help him grow. Americans love the underdog, and we love the unfairly maligned. Most of all, we love to be entertained. The people who hate Tucker Carlson are elevating him. Did you hear the one about the political activists who decided to win on the strength of their own ideas, rather than smearing those they opposed? Me neither—and that’s no joke. Mr. Clem hosts “Bubba the Love Sponge.”
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    [KRAMER BLOG] American's want to be entertained, not informed. The average American is one kick in the head shy of not being able to legally drive a car - unless they're an illegal immigrant, and then it doesn't matter. They aren't too bright. The worst part of it all, is they don't KNOW that they're idiots. Sometimes I go around and around with myself in my head if it's a good thing or sad thing that we now have Facebook to see all the stupidity right before our very eyes. The impeachment inquiry hearings began last week. For my job as a talk show host, I'd say that for every hour I'm on the air, I spend about 2 hours reading. When a big story like this is at center stage of the news and on people's lips, it rises to about 3 hours of reading per each hour on the air. So think about that for a moment. That is 45 hours a week spent JUST on reading news. So, wouldn't that, you think, qualify me to give an overall summation of my thoughts on the news from last week? I do . . . and here it comes. I could get in to the minutiae of what was said at the hearings, the back and forth between Schiff and - pick the person, Taylor, Kent, or the jittery shaking-like-a-leaf-on-a-tree Yovanovitch, how I loved watching the cute Stefanik get pissed off at Schiff, or I could even talk about my absolute sheer disdain and antipathy for Adam Schiff alone. No. What seems to bother me the most after reading all the information I could get my hands on is . . . American's don't give a shit about being informed. They care about being entertained. Fox News, Politico, Drudge, Trump, Trump's Twitter, Washington-Free Beacon, USA Today, Daily Caller, WTOP, Chicago Sun-Times, Toronto Star, NBC, Business Insider, Kellyanne Conway, Tucker Carlson, and the list goes on and on and on. The longer I do this, a radio talk show for a living, the predictability of reactions is stunning. Everything is from a playbook on setting the narrative and tone. If you're reading this, you're likely to understand that, and what I mean. However, that isn't what's bothering me. Follow me on this. The average American that I spoke about above? Remember, one kick in the head shy of not being able to legally drive a car? Yeah, THOSE people are the ones who lack enough intelligence to actually sit down, listen to the testimony, and formulate an opinion based on actual information. Rather they form an opinion based on headlines and GOD FORBID - Facebook. It hurts my head. It actually hurts my head. Do you think the average American has gone back and actually followed the money trail in Ukraine? Do you think they have any knowledge, whatsoever, of how all of the corruption between America and Ukraine happened? Do you think they have any clue who Petro Poroshenko was, and what hand he played in losing billions of American aid dollars? But where's the blow job talk? Where are the stories about cocaine and hookers? Where is the story about someone knifing someone in a stairwell at 3am? Do we need to be entertained by the impeachment attempt of our sitting President of the United States of America? Is it not entertaining enough for you to see one of the most absolute incapable people on the PLANET in Adam Looney Tunes Schiff OVERSEEING the process to impeach our President? Isn't it more sad and bewildering than anything? Shouldn't we be saying this isn't fair, that this is screwed up, and that this is an injustice to the sanctity of this GREAT Country we live in? Shouldn't we be asking the question who is driving the ship in America right now? All these powerful people are spending countless hours (COUNTLESS HOURS) on trying to frame everything perfectly to impeach our President, but no one is doing anything to secure the Country, keep her on course for betterment, or begin change anew in other directions - like oh I don't know, securing the border, buttoning up awful infrastructure, continuing to get people off of welfare and get them back to work - - - - but you see, all that's just boring. I have so much adoration and Patriotism for America, and that's why it really hurts to see it gladly turn itself into a circus.
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    I mean MY GOD. Hot. Hot latina. Hot latino. DAT ASS! MY GOD!
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    You are more entertaining than sean hannity covering all this. he says the same thing every show. mark lavin does real good too. jkeep it up. u shuld write more.....
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    NO BODY SAYING ANYTHING ABOUT 2ND HAND, We do not choose to vape, and some of them are worse then a fright train.
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    Maybe THIS is why the plan to storm Area 51 got so much traction . . . According to a new Gallup poll, 33% of Americans believe that UFOs have visited Earth. And . . . 16% of people say they've personally seen one. That's around one out of every six people. The survey also found 68% of people believe the government knows more about aliens than it's telling us. That's not too different from the same survey back in 1996, when it was 71%.
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    There's a new report out from Energy Star, which is the EPA program that promotes energy efficiency. And it has new recommendations for where you should be setting your thermostat . . . 1. 78 degrees when you're home. 2. 85 when you're not home. 3. 82 at night.
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    (THE KRAMER SHOW) The Sheriff's office here arrested this idiot, spawn of Satan after he (allegedly) urinated on a child, in a child's food and IN A CHILD'S MOUTH. They say the kid's mother was arrested earlier in the month, and during separate conversations with the victim and another kid, the kids said Brandon Burrus, 30, did tghis crap. They said Burrus made the child hold the urine in his mouth. Authorities say the children also said Burrus was also physically abusive. WE MUST CHANGE THE LAWS TO KEEP PEOPLE LIKE THIS FROM EVER SEEING THE LIGHT OF DAY. THE LAWS ARE TOO LENIENT.
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    In case you missed it, a 17-year-old girl went viral over the weekend after a video showed her LICKING some ice cream at a Walmart in Texas and then putting it back in the freezer. Turns out that's felony tampering, and it can get you two to 20 YEARS in prison. And even though that's a STEEP punishment . . . being Internet famous for 12 seconds is clearly worth two decades in prison, so the copycats have started. A 36-year-old guy named Lenise Martin from Belle Rose, Louisiana was just arrested after a video showed him taking ice cream out of the freezer at a grocery store, taking off the lid, licking it, and putting it back. Lenise told the cops he wound up buying the ice cream, and it looks like he did . . . but he was STILL arrested for unlawful posting of criminal activity for notoriety and criminal mischief.
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    Tropical development is a possibility in the Gulf of Mexico next week. Looking at the latest model guidance The GFS is still predicting development, showing a tropical storm developing in the northeast Gulf by Thursday in its 00z run. Meanwhile, the ECMWF is now predicting formation of a tropical storm in the northeast Gulf by late Thursday (see figure 1). This is a change from yesterday’s 00z run. Ensemble support has also increased, with the ECMWF ensemble (EPS) members now predicting a 60 – 70 percent chance of a tropical depression forming in the northeast Gulf in the 5 – 7 day range. Development not a guarantee While there has been an overall increase in model support for Gulf development next week, development is far from certain. At the time of yesterday’s update, the catalyst for development appeared to be a stalled, decaying front. 54 people are talking about this Twitter Ads info and privacy However, it is now apparent the catalyst is actually an area of vorticity from a mesoscale convective system (MCS) currently over Missouri interacting with the front. This adds more uncertainty, as MCS are small features, making them difficult to predict. Ultimately, there are several different scenarios that could play out. If the vorticity from the MCS makes it to the Gulf and develops into a tropical cyclone (TC) as some model guidance suggests. Alternately, the MCS vorticity could remain over land, which would result in no development. Too early for specifics It is too early to speculate things like track and intensity, as we don’t even know if a TC will form. Although, it should be noted that: wind shear is currently low in the northeast Gulf per an analysis from CIMSS, and model predicted to remain low; sea surface temperatures are anomalously warm, with actual temperatures between 30 and 31 degrees Celsius. So, IF the MCS makes it over the Gulf, conditions could very well be favorable for development/intensification. Nothing to stress over At this time, this is nothing to worry about. The chance of development is still low due to the previously discussed uncertainties.
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    HIGHLIGHTS: An ice cream chain called Amorino just started serving a GELATO BURGER at two of its locations in New York. It's got two scoops of gelato and a topping like Nutella . . . all on a chocolate-flavored hamburger bun. FULL STORY: Ice cream is evolving to the point where on one glorious day in the not-too-distant future, we'll be able to get away with eating it for EVERY meal. There's an international ice cream chain called Amorino that just started serving a GELATO BURGER at two of its locations in New York. It's got two scoops of gelato and a topping like Nutella . . . all on a chocolate-flavored hamburger bun. It sounds delicious, but so far, Amorino admitted it's not super popular . . . mostly because people are confused about whether there's also meat involved. There's not.
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    People who eat apples in front of me. Although they may not know it, I hate the sound of someone chomping on apples. Fuck you, and your apple eating ass.
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    A student in Ohio claims she received a day of in-school suspension after she hung Bible verses on walls and lockers in response to LGBTQ pride flags decorating the halls. The teen also alleges that her principal said she was “targeting the [Gay-Straight Alliance] organization.” In a video shared on her mother’s Facebook page, Gabby Helsinger details the incident that occurred at Lebanon High School. Her mother, Tina Helsinger, captioned the video, “Lebanon schools celebrates [sic] evil and punishes righteousness!!” “On Thursday when I got to school, I see that there were pride flags, posters around my school,” Gabby said in the video. “And I felt the need to write down some Bible verses so I could put them around my school. And I wrote them down and I put them around the lockers, the walls.” It is unknown which Bible verses Gabby chose to share with her peers. Gabby said that when she was returning from lunch, she witnessed her teachers taking down the Bible verses. “The next day, I got called to the office and there is a letter that says that I have an ISS, which is an in-school suspension, and the reason why I have it is because ‘abuse of others, disrespect, rudeness’ because I put Bible verses up ‘targeting the GSA organization.’ I did not know what the GSA organization was or meant,” she claimed. She additionally noted that she had “seen that there [were] people in my school that needed help… They don’t need to be living in the confusion of wondering if they should be gay, bi, lesbian, trans — anything like that. And I know that God is the only way that they can be healed by that, and that’s why I did it. I was not targeting any kind of organization.” When she arrived at the principal’s office, according to Gabby, he asked her why she hung the Bible verses. “And I said, ‘Because I wanted to spread the word of God.’ And [the principal] goes, ‘Well did you have permission?’ And I said, ‘No.’ I didn’t know you had to have permission because people do it a lot — putting Post-It notes on people’s lockers, so I just did it.” Gabby goes on to claim that she asked the principal why, if God or Jesus is mentioned, it gets removed “straight away,” while “gay pride stuff” is not punished. Principal Scott Butler, who is unable to comment on student discipline matters, did tell Yahoo Lifestyle in an email, “In general, when a student violates the Student Code of Conduct, there are consequences for those actions.” Gabby’s mother, Tina Helsinger did not immediately respond to Yahoo Lifestyle’s request for comment. However, her Facebook post reads that she “appealed the punishment stating ‘Posting a Bible verse is not abuse of others, disrespect/insolence/rudeness and in no way was it targeting GSA.'” Regardless of the appeal, Tina states that Gabby is expected to report to ISS on Wednesday.
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    If you click the link directly below, you can watch video of this idiot and what she had to say before all of this happened. https://www.cnn.com/videos/entertainment/2019/03/13/lori-loughlin-olivia-jade-university-southern-california-admission-scam-mxp-vpx.hln/video/playlists/top-news-videos/
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    It's okay to suck a dick or two at school or to smoke a joint, but don't you dare mention the bible or fly the american flag.
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    A Texas mother has been charged with child abandonment for leaving her five children at home alone for several days while she traveled to South Carolina last summer, according to an arrest affidavit released Tuesday. Chrystal Nichole Walraven, 28, of Round Rock, was arrested Feb. 11 on two counts of abandoning or endangering a child, which is a second-degree felony, according to a report. The children ranged in age from 15 months to 12 years, the Austin American-Statesman reported. Walraven traveled to Myrtle Beach to investigate a job opportunity and "because she needed to get away from everything that was happening at home," the paper reported, citing an affidavit. She had also gone to the beach and visited tourist locations while staying with a male friend, according to the affidavit. Round Rock Police told Fox 7 Austin they visited Walraven's home in late August after the Gattis Elementary School principal expressed concern about a student's living situation. Walraven's children complained to the principal about having to stay up all night to change their younger sibling's diapers, the station reported, citing court documents. Police, after visiting the home, reported that it smelled like garbage and feces, Fox 7 reported. The officers said there was an infant in a crib near the front door, with four other children found home alone, according to the station. Officers also found a dirty diaper in a closet, stains on the carpet, flies in the kitchen and multiple knives that the children could access, the American-Statesmen reported, citing an affidavit. Officers called Child Protective Services, Fox 7 reported. The children were initially placed in foster care, but are now living with relatives, Marissa Gonzales, a spokeswoman for the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services, told the American-Statesmen. If convicted, Walraven faces 2-20 years in prison, according to Fox 7.
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    A billionaire diamond trader has died during a penis enlargement operation at a posh Parisian clinic, it was reported. Ehud Arye Laniado died at the age of 65 in the clinic of an unnamed plastic surgeon on the Avenue des Champs-Elysees in the French capital. According to local media, complications during surgery proved fatal for the Belgian-Israeli dual national and he suffered a heart attack when a substance was injected into his penis. The billionaire, whose exact fortune is not publicly known, got in trouble with the authorities in 2013. He faced claim for 4 billion British pounds (approx. $5.2 billion) from the Belgian authorities for tax evasion on diamonds illegally imported from Congo and Angola, Belgian’s GVA reported. Laniado reportedly prevented a tax evasion trial by agreeing to pay 137.7 pounds. However, the Belgian customs office suspected him of lying or giving incomplete information about some of the diamonds imported from Angola and Congo and still claimed 4 billion pounds as well as a 1.7 million pounds (approx. $2.2 billion) fine. Even though two courts dismissed the Belgian customs office’s claim, an appeals court ordered a new trial with Laniado due to appear in court on March 14. Laniado's company, Omega Diamonds, which is based in the Belgian city of Antwerp, where most of the world's top diamond traders operate, confirmed his passing. A statement read: “Farewell to a visionary businessman. It is with great sadness that we confirm that our founder Ehud Arye Laniado has passed away.” According to media reports, Laniado suffered from a so-called Napoleon complex due his short stature. An old friend of Laniado who wished to remain anonymous said he was known as “the Argentinian” at Omega Diamonds “because he looked like a tango dancer”. The old friend said that Laniado was “always focused on his appearance and how others perceived him.” According to Laniado's friends, the only time he forgot about his short height was when he asked his accountant to read out his bank statement, something which he did multiple times a day, it was reported. Laniado reportedly owned the most expensive penthouse in Monaco worth over 30 million pounds (approx. $39.4 million) as well as a house in the plush L.A. suburb of Bel Air, where he loved to drink bottles of Chateau Margaux with models and celebrities. According to local media, Laniado did not go to university and he started off his career as a masseuse at the Hilton hotel in Tel Aviv. A friend said: “In Antwerp, it turned out that he did have some talents. Internationally, he was one of the biggest experts in valuing raw diamonds.” In 2015, Laniado sold the world's most expensive diamond, called the Blue Moon of Josephine, to Hong Kong businessman and convicted felon Joseph Lau Luen Hung for 36.8 million pounds (approx. $48.4 million).
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    CNN’s Van Jones compared "Empire" actor Jussie Smollett to Jackie Robinson on Thursday during a rant about how beneficial the actor has been to the “black community.” Moments after Chicago cops laid out their case against Smollett, the CNN pundit made the eyebrow-raising comparison during a conversation with anchor Kate Bolduan. CNN’s Van Jones compared "Empire" actor Jussie Smollett to Jackie Robinson, the first black player in Major League Baseball. “This is the fall of an icon and I don’t think people understand how important he has been in the black community. ‘Empire’ as a show, to have him as a beloved character, I think did a great deal to knock back homophobia in the black community,” Jones said. “The fact that he has been celebrated and you see homophobia in the black community through his eyes on the show, this is a Jackie Robinson against homophobia.” Robinson famously broke Major League Baseball’s color barrier in 1947, becoming the first black player and was hit with an onslaught of racism in the process. His number, 42, is retired throughout MLB and he’s considered an American hero. 779 people are talking about this Twitter Ads info and privacy As for Smollett, 36, he is accused of orchestrating an elaborate hoax involving two "bogus" hate crimes -- one involving an alleged attack, and one involving a threatening letter -- all in order to get a pay raise. Chicago police Superintendent Eddie Johnson said Smollett orchestrated a "phony attack" in order to take "advantage of the pain and anger of racism to promote his career" during a press conference on Thursday.
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    https://www.wjhg.com/content/news/FEMA-trailers-stored-at-Texas-airport-being-auctioned-off-for-a-fraction-of-what-they-cost-505664771.html?fbclid=IwAR2szIW5GUo8-ej14_Dz3JBG8cSjALz_jwMSw3EXpwnrqA1J4ZPgDNWEJyE
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    I agree when it comes to prostitution should be legal. If it was legal we would be able to regulate everything. Having regulations in place means you can't cut corners. Also with regulations the women and men who choose to be prostitutes would have to be tested regularly for all sexually transmitted disease. Having to be tested would make everyone involved safer. Plus it would stamp out alot of the sex trafficking. Not all but some.
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    Are Kimmel and Fallon Ignoring the Virginia Blackface Scandal Because They've Done It, Too? HIGHLIGHTS: The "Washington Times" thinks JIMMY KIMMEL and JIMMY FALLON haven't been mentioning the Virginia governor's blackface scandal because they've both worn blackface in TV skits in the past. FULL STORY: In case you haven't heard, blackface is all the rage in Virginia. At least among two of the state's most prominent Democratic politicians. Governor Ralph Northam and Attorney General Mark Herring have both recently admitted to wearing blackface years ago. And you'd think all the late-night hosts would be jumping on that. But apparently, two of them aren't. According to the "Washington Times", JIMMY KIMMEL and JIMMY FALLON have "largely avoided" the subject . . . and it might be because they've worn blackface, too. To be fair, they did it right out in the open, on TV, in comedy skits. But it's still not a good look these days. Kimmel did it twice on "The Man Show" back in the day . . . dressing as OPRAH and basketball star KARL MALONE. And Fallon did it on "Saturday Night Live", when he was impersonating CHRIS ROCK. People are also bringing up what happened on "The View" a few years ago, when JOY BEHAR showed a picture of herself at a Halloween party in the early '70s. She had dressed as a "beautiful African woman" in her words, and she admitted that she used makeup that was, quote, "a little bit darker than my skin." (Here's video. And here's a list of other celebs and politicians who've gotten in trouble for wearing blackface.)
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    FIRST: Artie has a team? He can't keep a JOB, so how in the HELL does he afford a TEAM? He doesn't have a TEAM! GET THE HELL OUT OF HERE! ALSO: This is the same old song and dance that's been going on for 20 years. The same old shit. Nothing is going to change.
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    An Oregon man was arrested last week for allegedly repeatedly raping an infant girl known to him. Edd Lahar, 30, recorded himself raping the girl multiple times beginning in June and as recently as January, Benton County prosecutors alleged. Authorities in Corvallis, Ore., opened an investigation after receiving a tip that Lahar had child pornography on his cell phone. Investigators obtained a warrant and searched Lahar’s house on Thursday where they found evidence of his atrocities, police said. Lahar was arrested on a litany of charges including first-degree rape, first-degree sexual abuse, and using a child in a display of sexually explicit conduct, The Oregonian reported. It wasn't immediately clear what Lahar's relationship to the victim was. No further information about the infant's condition was available. Lahar appeared in Benton County Circuit Court Friday where he pleaded not guilty, KEZI reported. His bail was set at $10 million, according to the report.
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