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Posted on March 24 at 1:39 p.m.

@dewdly: "What you don't realize is that the American university is the most anti-woman place on earth. That is where a woman's role as wife and mother is denied, where the serial sexual relationship replaces love and marriage, and where she learns to deny the humanity of the unborn."

What baloney. Seriously, you actually believe this nonsense?

The University teaches women how to think for themselves and how to stand up to bullies like you. Why can't you just be honest and admit that educated, self-assured women frighten you?

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Posted on March 24 at 11:05 a.m.

I have a sneaking suspicion that, when all is said and done, this 'Survivors of the Abortion Holocaust' (which is the anti-woman version of the Westboro Baptist Church) is going to look at lot less like just some poor old victim of a radical professor and a lot more like a group that came to a college campus to instigate a confrontation and ended up baiting a pregnant woman, who just so happened to be a professor, into an unfortunate confrontation.

And the fact that this comments section is littered with one time visitors who are all-so-knowing about the circumstances of the incident is very... convenient.

But hey - when you've been trying to suppress women's rights for 4 decades (longer really) and you keep losing, i guess desperate times call for desperate measures. And by the way, stop calling yourselves 'pro-life' - because no reasonable person is buying that line anymore. You don't care about anyone but yourselves - and slugging out a bunch of gory photos isn't a moral act - it's a reprehensible and dishonest and you're all disgusting, vile people for supporting it.

On UCSB Professor Charged with Theft and Battery

Posted on February 20 at 6:52 a.m.

@dolphinpod14: "I will now one-up you ETR with this music video."

Well played. ;)

@billclausen: "Thank you my Communistic Cannibal co-blogger, I will gladly address your point."

And thank you, Sen. McCarthy, but I am not, nor have I ever been, a member of the Communist Party.

@billclausen: "...a political boundry moved south in a turf war by warring colonial powers."

So what? The initial foundation of the United States was the result of a 'turf war [between] warring colonial powers.' The standards by which you want to 'de-romanticize' Mexico's history in California also apply to the U.S.

But more to the point, I fail to see what this has to do with anything. It never ceases to amaze me that, in a place where the vast majority of streets and cities take their origins from Spanish or Native American languages, we still have people so paranoid about 'multiculturalism' and 'assimilation'. Perhaps it's *you* who need to do the 'assimilating'?

On UCSB to Host International Mother Language Day Conference

Posted on February 20 at 4:47 a.m.

@billcausen: "The irony is that Spanish was brought to this hemisphere by means of force. If one wants to play the linguistic victim card, include the whole story, not just what's politically correct."

Hey Bill, English was also brought to 'this hemisphere' by 'means of force'. Are you going to include *that* in 'the whole story'?

On UCSB to Host International Mother Language Day Conference

Posted on February 6 at 2:47 p.m.

@Priceless: "...I do believe you stated, 'I can handle the occasional nut job like like Realitycheck88 and Priceless".'

Actually, I said, 'I can handle the occasional nut like Realitycheck88 and Priceless.' It never occurred to me to use the word 'job' when referring to you. Or 'work'. Or 'employed'. Or 'intelligent'. Or 'articulate' - words I will never associate with you, I promise.

@Priceless: "Calif.. is not a red state so to blame me because my votes didn't count..."

Ignoring the fact that, in the last 100 years, the state has had 17 Governors - 12 of whom were Republican... wait, you ignore facts, so why am I even bothering?

@Pricess: "Oh, and to quote you so properly..."

See how much smarter you sound when you let someone do the talking for you? This must be what it feels like to teach sign language to a gorilla.

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Posted on February 4 at 10:30 a.m.

Priceless: "Right-on Realitycheck88 but you and I don't know anything we are just 'occasional nut jobs' ETR's words not mine..."

You can't even properly quote me. And then you went on a rant so devoid of an actual point that you should win an award.

It's good to know I've gotten so under your skin that I'm in your thoughts when I'm not even participating the the thread. Tell us again about how the candidates for whom you vote keep losing elections. Are they as uninformed and racist as you?

@Priceless: "Sorry, I have lots of 'Pride'..."

The truest characters of ignorance are vanity and pride and arrogance. Congrats there, Priceless. You hit the Samuel Butler trifecta.

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Posted on February 2 at 10:22 a.m.

'Priceless', no. 'Worthless', most certainly.

@Priceless: "...If everybody was simple minded like you this state would be run by dumbocrats."

The blissful ignorance of the reactionary right, struggling to come to terms with a world that has passed them by, and too stupid to know when they're beaten. I don't need to get back at you, buddy. You're miserable enough as it is.

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Posted on February 1 at 8:31 p.m.

@Priceless: " You really have no clue as to what your talking about as well. REALLY your NOT an EXPERT on EVERY issue the Independent writes about…."

Both you and foofighter exceed my post count in both number and frequency. Unlike you and foofighter, however, I don't enjoy wallowing in my own ignorance.

Let me let you in on a little secret... they hide information from people like you in these things called 'books'. They're pretty easy to open once you've learned to read.

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Posted on January 31 at 2:53 p.m.

@foofighter: "If a company abuses its customers with lax security measures, it deserves to lose those very same customers who in their right mind, and on their own, will go elsewhere to spend their money."

In the last 3 years, Target had 100 million customers credit cards and ATM pin numbers stolen, Sony had the confidential information of 77 million users stolen (including credit card numbers), Adobe has 130 million user records stolen, Countrywide Financial had 2.5 million users records stolen. These aren't mom and pop shops failing to lock the doors, these are major corporations (two of them in the tech field). Those are just the biggest ones - there are more.

So based on that, foofighter, I have some questions for you.

What would happen to national economy if Target went belly up due to a lack of consumer confidence?

Don't you think (wait, who am I talking to again?) that there should be strict regulations that hold accountable corporations who don't ensure 'public safety' by securing the confidential information of their customers?

And pray tell - what exactly would a 'market place' solution be, when it's the 'market place' solutions, or lack of initiative to implement thereof, that are the causing the problem to begin with?

Do you have even the slightest clue as to what you are talking about? Or is this yet another in a long string of anti-government rants that have no basis in reality and are merely spouted off solely to promote an agenda that's easily proven to be ridiculous?

Have you ever heard of the Commerce Clause? This is precisely the very thing out government was designed to do - regulate interstate and international commerce.

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Posted on January 31 at 4:18 a.m.

@foofighter: "Read any of your favorite opposition websites to see the articles of impeachment that have already been drafted."

A Facebook rant by some State Senator in Arkansas is not 'drafting articles of impeachment'. I think Sen. Rapert is just trying to find ways to meet Megyn Kelly. Or are to referring to Sen. Stockman, the classless prat who walked out of the State of the Union? Yeah, let's see how far the crazy train goes with these two drips leading the way.

But it's great to see you so threatened, foofighter. That man with '..and [sic] enigmatic background...' (that's right wing code for 'minority', by the way) must really have you running scared.

@Ken_Volok: "The trashy insults, racist innuendo, full-on falsehoods, people have been blocked for less."

Exactly. I can handle the occasional nut like realitycheck88 or Priceless. But foofighter seems hell bent on posting and posting like a petulant child, descending nearly every thread into a parade of factless lunacy.

But hey, if they're going to let him post, I'm going to keep making fun of him and his moronic ideas. It's only fair, really.

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