Yep, it's Monday,
so Anthony Weiner must be flashing his junk
Post was first in on this story, presumably because they're the
ones that have been paying the Trump-tart to troll Weiner and send them
the photos and messages. The woman is so far unidentified except that
she's a Trump supporter who, according to the Post, "baited"
Weiner into sexting. So who is the victim here?
It boggles the mind that any
human can be so frickin' stupid as this guy. Just boggles the
mind. But then again, there's Bill Clinton, eh? These stupid
Democrats walk right into these Republican zipper-traps. And the stupidest
thing of all is that Americans are going to put Clinton and his loose
zipper back in the White House.
Boggles the mind.
Huma's making a noisy exit
After all, it's an election year and everybody's got to be decisive.
douche-bags really botched this one, blame it on AP
In an article this morning
(Monday, Aug29) the Daily Mail has dire warnings about Hurricane Gaston
barreling toward the East Coast. Apparently these British twits think they
looking at data about Gaston when, in fact, they are reporting on some
weird combination of Gaston and two tropical depressions called
Tropical Depressions #8 and #9 by the Hurricane
Center. Hereís how badly the DM has scrambled it:
The DM lede:
anyone who knows anything about the geography of America, it would seem
very odd that a warning of a hurricane barreling toward the East Coast
would have been issued for NC and FL without including GA and SC, which
are in between FL and NC. The DM stooges apparently donít know that.
guy Jason Samenow of the
WaPo also saw some weirdness here and has
ripped into the DM. Samenow explains that there is no "tropical storm
warning" in effect and Gaston is nowhere near the "Florida
Straits". But even Samenow botches it Ė whereas the DM says Gaston
"barrels toward the coast," it is actually moving away
from the coast, yet Samenow neglects to tell us that important
information. IOW contrary to the DM hysteria, Gaston is a dud that is no
danger to the US and is not news to much of anyone.
are it's predicted track and data:
to the Hurricane Center on Monday morning, Gaston is well out in the
Atlantic and moving N at 2 mph, with max sustained winds of 110 mph. It is
predicted to turn NE. It is definitely not moving west and itís
historical track shows that it never has.
the DM bullspit gets worse:
Total hyperbolic bullspit.
Without having identified any separate storms or depressions, the DM
goofs are telling us "the depression" is going to move away from
the Keys and into the Gulf overnight (Monday). How does a storm that they
think is off the coast of NC move away from the Keys and into the Gulf?
But next the DM dimwits say Gaston is going to pass offshore of the Outer
Banks on Tuesday. WTF???
Samenow, the self-acclaimed weather guy for the
WaPo, misses all of these DM dog piles, which throws some obvious shadow
According to the Hurricane Center, all of you DM
readers on the East Coast can calm down. The actual situation is as
1. Gaston is well into the Atlantic heading N and
soon NE; it is not threatening anything in the US.
2. A tropical storm watch is in effect for
Tropical Depression #8 for part of the NC coast. TD #8 is off the
coast of NC and headed NW toward the Outer Banks, where it is going to
soak the area and will have wind gusts of no more than about 40 mph.
3. Tropical Depression #9, which did form
near the Florida Straits, is well into the Gulf and is headed west.
On Wednesday it is predicted to turn to the NE and pass over northern FL
and coastal GA, SC, and NC. Wind speeds less than 40mph, no
The really odd thing is that the DM morons
attribute their botched weather report to Associated Press, but I cannot
find anything by AP that comes anywhere close to this mess. DM often takes
AP articles and butchers them, which surprises me. One would think APís
contract with news outlets would prohibit that sort of nonsense. I mean,
in this case DM sure makes AP look like dorks Ė surely AP would know
that GA and SC are between FL and NC..