Or so it says in the Washington Examiner. Nothing new but the same old reckless spending with a series of tired excuses. We do things different here in the DC area. Not right, just different.
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Barb – I don’t know why you care about my condemnation of anyone’s tactics as it has been going on for months – it is so strange I can’t even begin to explain it. I have never been insulted by anyone like you do, not in my whole life. It is bizarre to read you complaining about other people’s tactics when you are now claiming something so outragous.
If you truly believe I threatened you and wanted to “mix it up” you need help. I don’t care what YOUR post said, you throw so much crap out you could create 4 works of fiction from one day’s worth of posts.
I thought capacity’s post was spam, but it is in fact hilarious.
I used to care because I admired you, Cmac. You work hard, you’re good at a lot of things, and you always stayed focused with humor. When this whole good v. evil thing took off on Metro, and it did, anyone who didn’t agree with opting out was evil. That didn’t surprise me about some, but it did with others.
As I’ve said when it started, the campaign to paint anyone who agreed with staying in Phase II as childish, stupid, left of Obama and paid to be there was not the best sales method, and it could lead to damage among Republicans. LI is gloating over it, and it continues unabated with the continued antics of Opt.
Wolve, there is a denunciation thing, but apparently within the inner sanctum of the committee, one must denounce anyone who supported metro, in no uncertain terms, and often ugly ones. See the Opt response to Tom Seeman being thrown out of the Dems meeting for a taste of new “normal” in the “big” tent.
I too like the new sockpuppet: it IS a humorous way to say “shut up”.
I have never painted anyone as evil for supporting rail but you sure have done a number on me by continually insulting me and claiming I issue threats. Unforgivable in my book. I disagree with many people on rail and they treat it as a disagreement not a sin.
I denounce Metro for running trains full of passengers at 50 MPH when they knew (or so they now claim) that trackage was liable to be affected by the unusually intense heat of the day. For several decades now, the Feds have been running a program of putting pressure on all railroads to cut accidents through much greater attention to track inspections and conditions and much quicker repair response times. Railroad accidents involving track problems and grade crossings have gone down a whopping 75% all across the country since 1997. Metro obviously didn’t get the memo. The track was inspected the day before; but, reportedly, nary a Hyrail ventured that way on the day of the accident, regardless of the continuing heat and continuing danger. No one seems to have had a clue that there was a problem with the rails that day until the train driver had to slam on the brakes at 50 MPH — too late, as is the usual case with any train.
I denounce Metro, Sup Boner and all Yankees as rat bastards. This is called the “shotgun effect” to cover all bases. I want that damn doll!!!
Hey Yank. Since you own this blog why don’t you tell Mr. Capacity Planner to shove it because you don’t need no stinking extra storage.
First, I would like to thank the Academy for this wonderful denunciation, as well as all those who worked with me to achieve recognition as a genuine rat bastard. Special thanks to Mrs. W, who carefully and with great determination and dedication ensured that I did not take any missteps down this path to success. This is truly an historic moment for myself and my family. To be called a rat bastard by a Reb at this juncture, especially after being called a “plucked chicken” after First (and Second) Manassas, is a unique and wonderful honor. May all of you see such success in the future. Thank you again. I am truly humbled.
I have a very large Barbie collection. I can’t reveal how many dolls I own, but it can be divulged that I own the whole Scarlett in “Gone With The Wind” collection and “Ken as Frank Sinatra and Barbie as a Bobie Soxer” combo. After ACT’s hostile comments toward Sinatra and his Reb status, I am expecting an offer soon. No doubt that if he got his hands on them Ken as Sinatra would be lit on fire and kicked off the roof by GI Joe, and all the Scarletts would be set up to watch the ass kicking.
Yes, Cmac, yes! I got a left over moving box I could make as a stage, and some old rag towels to use as curtains. It could be a “one time” special show and I’ll split the profits with you. One catch. Mama won’t let me do it here because she thinks I will burn the house down. Any locations come to mind? I’ll bring a fire extinguisher!
Makes me want to sing Little Feat’s Oh Atlanta:
Don’t make the same mistake Atlanta, I said yeah, yeah, yeah Atlanta
Very much love the honky tonk piano
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