Crash Comet
crashcomet
2/18/20
12:57 PM
16

Fake tattoos aside, I’m a little surprised no one recognized Wu on the job, but then again...no I’m not. Read more

2/18/20
12:23 AM
27

Have you ever been to a strip club? Probably half of them have googled her feet. Honestly though, I call bullshit. If she went anywhere it was some high end place and LA or Manhattan and there is no way someone who gets paid millions a movie was rubbing her ass on some shlub’s dong for 20 bucks a song. Sorry, don’t Read more

2/12/20
3:53 PM
51

When I was growing up in the 70's and 80's, ALL healthcare was like the kind your 200 dollars a year pays for. It was expected and normal. The fees for visits were reasonable, and there were still a dwindling number of doctors who did house calls as well. Read more

2/3/20
11:35 PM
43

They aren’t required to make such statements. If anything the Hardee’s one is an example of what happens when we become too litigious. Read more

1/31/20
4:36 PM
3

Are you being purposeful obtuse here or just dishonest? Did you read the underlying article that this right-wing source pulled the quotes from?

1/31/20
4:28 PM
59

And just as a side note, Democrats should not go around treating the Washington Examiner as a good faith resource.

1/23/20
9:51 PM
38

Good point. The people who see The Good Place as mainly a puzzle box show miss the intent. It’s a relationship show.  And the previous people in The Good Place had very few relationships.

1/23/20
9:28 PM
132

They already had that with the green doors that could take you to any time or any place, real or imaginary and it wasn’t enough. 

1/21/20
9:17 AM
29

Variations of that Pepsi ad went on for years. Every Super Bowl, Pepsi had basically two speeds: sexy lady being ogled by somebody and Coke delivery men really like to drink Pepsi. The last variation on the theme that I distinctly remember (though there have surely been others) was in the late 90s with a 230-year-old Read more

1/15/20
2:50 PM
8

Right, because no one has ever achieved academic success while also being completely socially inept.

1/15/20
2:10 PM
48

From the linked article: “The discomfort, according to Alford, led a school counselor to give her daughter the book “Gay Girl, Good God,” whose author, Jackie Hill Perry, is a formerly identified lesbian who claims God stopped her from being gay. Alford said her daughter and the counselor had been meeting weekly to go Read more

1/15/20
1:07 PM
19

wouldnt it be great if the other lawyer really was trained in sword fighting. The roman spectator in me would pay to watch that.

1/15/20
12:17 PM
33

How does an unequivocal denial constitute being evasive in his response?

1/14/20
7:16 PM
26

We had the same conversation about consent with our son that we had with with our daughter. They learned early that they don’t have to give grandma a hug (mom, dad, anyone) if they don’t want to and that no one is entitled to anything to do with their bodies. Read more