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Re: “The Daily Links: Uni Watch, the Second Amendment, and Graphic Images

"he would have ended up killing somebody else anyway. It would only be a matter of time."

You just argued against your own point. This guy decided to murder these two people and wound a third. If he was in a different place and/or situation, he probably would have killed other people.

Blame the murderer for his actions, not "federal policy", Obamacare, Hillary Clinton, or Megan Barry.

Posted by Brain Guy on 08/28/2015 at 1:49 AM

Re: “#MayoralChatter: We Do Not Know What To Think About This New David Fox Ad

I think we need to create alterrnative monologues for the ad. My first cut, titled 'What was I thinking?':

What was I thinking?

I just spent one and a half million of my own money - all I really had - and a million of George's money trying to convince people Nashville has a debt problem and that we are worse off now than we were eight years ago.

Eight years ago George and our hedge fund buddies had driven this country off the cliff. Why did I think people would forget that?

Then I listened to those jerks out of Texas and let them put Carrington into this attack ad, another strategy that didn't work.

That''s going to make the holidays hell for years to come.

Now some homeless guy is wearing that dumb fox costume I threw out. Not buying one of those newspapers from him.

Well, driving for Uber is not so bad.

Posted by local guy on 08/28/2015 at 1:35 AM

Re: “The Daily Links: Uni Watch, the Second Amendment, and Graphic Images

@Brain poof: "Lumpy tried to turn it into a question of federal policy."

With his track record, if the killer had been white, he never would have been hired in the first place. PCness got two people killed. On the other hand, with his mindset, he would have ended up killing somebody else anyway. It would only be a matter of time.

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Posted by yoyo moi on 08/28/2015 at 1:14 AM

Re: “#MayoralChatter: We Do Not Know What To Think About This New David Fox Ad

Yeah, it is a good ad. Not sure about the mascot at the end, though.

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Posted by Donna on 08/28/2015 at 12:38 AM

Re: “The Daily Links: Larry King, Katrina Oaks, and the Roanoke TV Murders

"How about "Send In The Clowns" for all the right-wingers here, with Lumpy singing the lead part?"

Now that's comedy Brain Guy! Don't give up your day unemployment! Perhaps a variation of yoyo's name will magically pop up to support your lame ass post. That's how it works, right?

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Posted by RepetitiveWhitePatriot on 08/28/2015 at 12:27 AM

Re: “The Daily Links: Larry King, Katrina Oaks, and the Roanoke TV Murders

Bravo MJC, your lyrics have captured the essence of your beloved Jim!

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Posted by Kilgore Trout on 08/28/2015 at 12:17 AM

Re: “#MayoralChatter: We Do Not Know What To Think About This New David Fox Ad

This is a brilliant ad, I just hope it hasn't come too late to help the clear choice for Nashville's next mayor: David Fox!

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Posted by Kilgore Trout on 08/28/2015 at 12:15 AM

Re: “The Daily Links: Larry King, Katrina Oaks, and the Roanoke TV Murders

How about "Send In The Clowns" for all the right-wingers here, with Lumpy singing the lead part?

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Posted by Brain Guy on 08/28/2015 at 12:10 AM

Re: “Why Don't We Give Poor People the Incentives?

Don't knock it son, at my age you need all the advertising you can. That's why I always look for the lampposts with the burned out bulb.

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Posted by Revelator's Mom on 08/28/2015 at 12:08 AM

Re: “#MayoralChatter: We Do Not Know What To Think About This New David Fox Ad

If you're doing an ad showing you driving around town at night, I'm thinking sunglasses and a convertible and and Ric Ocasek in the back seat.

Shake it up.

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Posted by Donna on 08/28/2015 at 12:03 AM

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