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jcitybone

Another “most disgusting.” A lot of that with Trump.

https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2018/nov/27/wildfires-ryan-zinke-logging-environment-thinning

The Trump administration has been accused of using the deadly wildfires in California to push for weakened environmental rules in forests, opening them up for more logging.

Ryan Zinke, the interior secretary, said that he hoped new legislation would allow for the “thinning” of forests to help prevent wildfires. He said he was confident Congress would soon pass a new farm bill that would remove environmental reviews for the removal of trees and brush, as well as the building of roads through federal forests.

But environmentalists claimed that the administration, led by Trump, who has blamed “gross mismanagement of the forests”, was using the fire to pave the way for more logging on federal land, with potentially disastrous results.

“Donald Trump and Ryan Zinke are being dangerously dishonest,” said Chad Hanson, a forest ecologist who was involved in a major 2016 study that found that logged areas with lower environmental protections have the most intense, fast-moving fires.

“They are trying to use this tragedy to help logging interests, which is one of the most disgusting things I’ve seen in my career. They are trying to eliminate half a century of environmental protections and turn over forests to the logging industry.”

jcitybone

Eyeing 2020, Sen. Cory Booker is preparing to mount campaign for ‘baby bonds’

As he ponders mounting a campaign for the White House in 2020, Sen. Cory Booker (D-NJ) is preparing to introduce radical and ambitious legislation aimed at narrowing the persistent black-white wealth gap. His idea — commonly described with the catchy monicker, “baby bonds” — is a proposal to grant at birth every American a cash account that could be used in adulthood to climb the ladder of economic success.

If the baby bonds concept catches public support, as Booker hopes it will, the audaciously ambitious policy might well strike down two of his personal goals in a single blow — reducing wealth inequality between blacks and whites and supplying his potential run for the Oval Office with populist fuel.

Booker’s legislation aims to reverse the long and dispiriting history of U.S. policies that assist the wealthy at the expense of the poor, especially black Americans and other minority group members who have been excluded from federally-backed wealth-building programs such as home mortgage and inheritance tax policies.

The racial wealth gap, which hasn’t been a topic of discussion on the campaign trail of late, is a near-permanent, negative fixture of the nation’s economy — a yawning gap of median net worth for white Americans that is nearly 10 times that of black Americans. Worse nearly 20 percent of black households have zero or negative net worth, which is twice the rate of white households.

orlbucfan

Hey Cory: how about restoring 1950s-1960s progressive taxation? Better idea than this bond nonsense. Guess that’s un-DLC, oops, un-American. Not interested in you or the Turd Way. T and R to the usual excellent TPW suspects!!

Benny

Hinds County judicial runoffs shake up Circuit Court makeup

Faye Peterson and state Rep. Adrienne Wooten won their races to become Hinds County [Mississippi]circuit judges.

Peterson, a former Hinds County District attorney, defeated incumbent Joseph Sclafani of Clinton in the District 4 Circuit judge race. Sclafani was appointed by Gov. Phil Bryant in April to replace then-Circuit Judge Bill Gowan, who retired.

“It hasn’t sunk in yet,” Peterson said Tuesday while watching returns come in at the courthouse. “I can’t believe it.

In the District 1 Hinds County Circuit judge race, Wooten defeated Jackson attorney Matt Allen.

With Peterson and Wooten’s wins, it means for the first time three African-American women will be circuit judges in Hinds County. Senior Circuit Judge Tomie Green won re-election Nov. 6. Circuit Judge Winston Kidd was unopposed. Also, for the first time all four Hinds County circuit judge will be African Americans.

I mentioned in last night’s runoff thread that Espy may have lost the race, but the Dems made some inroads. This is one of the positive effects of the runoff. R’s will have to rethink their resource spending to defend seats in deep red states like MS.

polarbear4

(Raised fist.)

jcitybone

Gottheimer is “incredulous” at the idea that members of Congress are in the pockets of corporate donors. Guess what Josh, most of us are not. For example, notice one name on this list of Dems who have not signed the net neutrality discharge petition and have taken money from Telecoms:
Brendan Boyle (PA-13) – Comcast, Verizon, NCTA
Robert Brady (PA-1) – Comcast
G.K. Butterfield (NC-1) – AT&T and NCTA
Matt Cartwright (PA-17) – Comcast
Jim Costa (CA-16) – AT&T & Comcast
Henry Cuellar (TX-28) – Verizon
Dwight Evans (PA-2) – Comcast
Vicente Gonzalez(Tri-Caucus) – Charter
******Josh Gottheimer (NJ-5) – NCTA, Charter*******
Gene Green (TX-29) – Verizon
Tom O’Halleran (AZ-1) – NCTA
David Scott (GA-13) – AT&T
Brad Schneider (IL-10) – Verizon
Kyrsten Sinema (AZ-9) – Comcast
Filemon Vela (TX-34) – Verizon, NCTA
Pete Visclosky (IN-1) – Verizon and NCTA
Frederica Wilson (FL-24) – Comcast

https://motherboard.vice.com/en_us/article/wj3gx5/house-democrats-who-havent-supported-net-neutrality-yet-have-all-taken-money-from-telecoms?utm_source=reddit.com

https://slate.com/news-and-politics/2018/11/nancy-pelosi-no-labels-problem-solvers-house-speaker.html?via=homepage_section_features

This touches on one of the left’s broader criticisms of the Problem Solvers Caucus: that they’re little more than a front for corporate America. Many of the Democratic members pushing for these changes were supported in their campaigns by the No Labels PAC, which drew large-dollar contributions from a small group of wealthy donors often from the financial sector. The No Labels PAC supported Gottheimer, himself, in the closing weeks of the campaign, and the securities and investment industry donated nearly $1 million to his campaign.

“I don’t really know what they mean by that,” Gottheimer, who had also heard this criticism of the “20-20” idea, said. “What’s being implied there is that, what, members of Congress are in the pockets of folks?” He was incredulous at the very idea.

“There’s lots of people who are out there who get support of business,” he continued. “I personally don’t think that because business supports an idea that that’s bad.” The notion that the Problem Solvers’ financial supporters might be affecting their effort, he said, “has a lot of ludicrous implications about peoples’ integrity.”

Another major criticism of the Problem Solvers’ proposed changes, coming from both liberal commentators and fellow Democratic representatives, is that they amount to a sort of unilateral disarmament. Republican leadership ran a partisan House of Representatives for eight years, and now, the minute Democrats get control, some of them want to dilute the strength of Democratic leadership and link legislative arms with Republican moderates instead? Gottheimer, who represents an R+3 district and will be a major Republican target once again in 2020, argues that those who would oppose such a power-sharing approach are merely obstructionists.

polarbear4

They have to convince them selves that ruining American lives equals making American lives better. That’s the best I can come up with.

jcitybone

https://jacobinmag.com/2018/11/ocasio-cortez-bernie-sanders-instagram-social-media

Both Ocasio-Cortez’s Toys “R” Us video and Sanders’s playlists approach class very differently from the typical Democratic paradigm.

Most Democratic politicians follow two tactics when talking about the working class. They either find a single, token worker with a compelling personal story to serve as a prop before turning the spotlight back on themselves, or else they talk about class status as a sort of personal problem to be transcended through hard work. This is no doubt in part because both Democratic politicians and voters are increasingly coming from among the very rich.

The Toys “R” Us video and much of Sanders’s media work make a very different point: the rich are rich because the poor are poor, and there is something workers themselves can do to improve their conditions.

The popularity of these videos demonstrates an opening for socialist officeholders and candidates to make that argument to millions of people. Such videos are popular precisely because they speak directly to working people’s everyday concerns.

jcitybone

Ocasio-Cortez-backed Green New Deal sees surprising momentum in House

More and more Democrats are committing to supporting a sweeping, historic green effort that would transform the U.S. economy in an effort to fight climate change, in the latest indicator that environmental issues will be a dominant force in 2019.

As of Wednesday morning, the Sunrise Movement, a climate group led by young people, said at least 15 Democrats are willing to sign onto supporting the formation of a select committee to create a “Green New Deal” endorsed by Rep.-elect Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY). The most recent supporter, Rep. Chellie Pingree (D-ME), voiced her support with a statement on Tuesday.

“We don’t need another report to tell us climate change is a threat to our health, environment and economy,” the congresswoman wrote. “We must take urgent action to end our nation’s reliance on fossil fuels and stop the damage greenhouse gases have done to our way of life.”

“The Green New Deal is an important blueprint for us to fight this crisis on all fronts. Congress should not leave any thoughtful climate change solution unexplored,” she continued.

humphrey

Time for a break from all the madness.

magsview

Awwwwww

jcitybone

Good news

https://thehill.com/policy/defense/418765-senate-advances-yemen-resolution-in-rebuke-to-trump

The Senate advanced a resolution on Wednesday to end U.S. support for the Saudi-led military campaign in Yemen, dealing a significant blow to the Trump administration.

The Senate voted 63-37 to discharge the resolution from the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. A simple majority was needed to move it forward.

The resolution, spearheaded by Sens. Mike Lee (R-Utah), Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) and Chris Murphy (D-Conn.), would require Trump to withdraw any troops in “or affecting” Yemen within 30 days unless they are fighting al Qaeda.

The procedural vote marks a significant victory for supporters of the resolution, which previously fell six votes short during a similar vote in March.

“In my mind it is imperative today that the United States Senate tell Saudi Arabia and tell the world that we are not going to be continuing to be part of that humanitarian disaster,” Sanders said. “We have to make the decision as to what happens in the war in Yemen and our role in that, and that’s what the vote today is about.

magsview

Interesting, and good news! Why did so many Republicans vote for it?

jcitybone

I guess Saudi Arabia just isn’t that popular

magsview

I’m a bit surprised, between the oil and the weapons and all that.

Thanks for the good news jcitybone!

polarbear4

Trying not to lose another election?

Good to see you mags. 🐻

magsview

That would be good, cuz that might mean the tide is turning.

Thanks polarbear! am hanging on Sista Love 😛 😀 – did you see that unfortunate newbie hang glider who found himself literally hanging on for deal life after having not been hooked up to the glider properly during his first flight? (in Switzerland no less) me rl, lol.

Always great to see you 🙂 {HUG} Hope you are well.

polarbear4

😮 wow. Lucky guy.

Hugs back. {{{{💕}}}}

jcitybone

https://www.politico.com/story/2018/11/28/bernie-sanders-manchin-senate-energy-995388

Pro-coal Democrat Joe Manchin is positioned to take his party’s top energy policy post in the Senate, to the horror of environmental groups that want aggressive legislative action on climate change.

And climate hawk Bernie Sanders is showing no interest in thwarting him, even though he has the seniority to do so.

The jockeying comes as the top Democratic slot on the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee is set to come open if ranking member Maria Cantwell (D-Wash.) jumps to the Commerce Committee. Her most plausible replacement would be Manchin, a conservative West Virginian who famously shot the Democrats’ cap-and-trade climate bill in a 2010 campaign ad.

Sanders outranks Manchin in seniority on the committee and could block him. But the Vermont independent has shown little inclination to leave his perch as the ranking member of the Budget Committee — even though he made climate change and clean energy a major plank in his 2016 presidential run and plans a national town hall on the issue Monday.

“Anyone but Manchin,” said Lukas Ross, senior policy analyst at Friends of the Earth. “I’d rather pick someone from the phonebook.”

Sanders, who is exploring a 2020 presidential campaign, twice declined Wednesday to comment on whether he’d be interested in becoming ranking member on the Energy Committee. His office did not respond to multiple requests for comment on his plans this week.

“Right now, we’re worried about Yemen,” Sanders told POLITICO after speaking on the floor about his resolution that would end U.S. support for the Saudi Arabian military campaign in that country. “That’s what my mind is on.”

polarbear4

Budget is important too. I don’t like the implication that Bernie is somehow shirking his duty here.

TheLeftistheCenter

Its politico, its meant as a ‘soft’ hit piece.

jcitybone

Yeah. I like how it doesn’t question Cantwell’s jump to another committee, which is causing the opening. I do understand environmentalists’ fear of Manchin though

polarbear4

Yes. Manchin is awful. Maybe the enviro groups can get unified behind the real progressive in 2020.

orlbucfan

Politico thinks it’s slick. It’s just a RW rag that will slime Bernie and others like him.

humphrey

You never know what will happen with Schumer as leader. I am positive that he will screw things up.

jcitybone

https://www.latimes.com/politics/la-me-pol-valadao-cox-victory-20181128-story.html

TJ Cox defeated three-term Republican Rep. David Valadao on Wednesday, giving Democrats a gain of seven House seats in California and 40 nationwide — the party’s strongest midterm showing since the Watergate era in the mid-1970s.

Cox clinched his victory more than three weeks after election day, when updated results from Fresno and Kings counties pushed his lead over Valadao to 529 votes. The contest was the country’s last remaining undecided congressional contest.

jcitybone

I’ll take Jayapal over Pocan.

House Democrats Just Snubbed the First Black Woman Who Would Have Held Key Leadership Post

“Honestly, the general conversation about new faces was a significant part of it,” Pocan told Mother Jones after the vote. “I did a lot of talking to members, and the feeling in general was that we want new people to have spots.” He mentioned Beto O’Rourke, the 46-year old Texas congressman who left the House to unsuccessfully challenge Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) as an example of someone who sought higher office in the face of few opportunities for advancement in the House.

Speaking with a group of reporters after the vote on Wednesday morning, Jayapal disagreed with that line of reasoning. “I take some issue with generational change being just about age,” she said. “I think it should be about ideas that resonate with young people across the country, and I think Barbara Lee is that person.”

A win for Lee would also have been signal to the women, Jayapal noted, especially women of color who had been both successful Democratic candidates and key constituencies for Democrats this last cycle. “I think [Lee] faced a lot of what we women of color face, which is everybody’s about the idea of women of color, but then when it actually comes to electing one, then you find that there’s a big change,” she said. “I think that we changed that across the country, but I think we got some work to do to change it here.”

That is not to suggest that Jefferies, who is also a member of the Congressional Progressive Caucus, is a poor substitute, a point both Jayapal and Pocan emphasized in their conversations with me. “The good news is both are CPC members,” Pocan tells me. “The difference that a lot of us look at is that Barbara has been a stalwart in the progressive movement.” He adds that the CPC has other opportunities for its members to find its way into leadership. Katherine Clark (Mass.) is running to serve as Assistant Democratic Caucus Chair, and David Cicilline (R.I.) is running for Democratic Policy and Communications chair, a newly created leadership position that will shape the House Democrats messaging.

But Lee’s loss puts a bit more of the onus on the CPC to educate House leadership on the ambitious slate of initiatives they’re planning for the next Congress, and the means by which they’ll achieve them—which relies heavily on grassroots infrastructure progressive organizations built over the course of the 2018 cycle. “I think it would have been easier with Barbara because Barbara really gets inside-outside strategy,” Jayapal tells me. “I think we have to work to make sure that Hakeem also understands the power of inside-outside organizing and develops that kind of trust with the progressive groups across the country.”

The next challenge facing the CPC is to place new and incumbent members onto key committees like Ways and Means and Appropriations. The move had been a key commitment CPC leaders received from Pelosi before declaring their support of her speakership: CPC members, who now account for 40 percent of all House Democrats, were granted proportionate representation on influential committees.

polarbear4

I’m sorry. Jeffries IS “a poor substitute.”

jcitybone

Although he may be, probably best for Pocan and Jayapal to actually say that. Jayapal certainly implied that Lee was definitely superior when she talked to the reporters.

polarbear4

Yes. They must be diplomatic.

Doubt that he’ll be open to education by progs tho. 😉

orlbucfan

He can face a true liberal in 2 years.

orlbucfan

Note the number of members of the CPC. It’s increasing every election cycle. The fakers who join it will be weeded out. It’s a slow process but it’s happening. 🙂

jcitybone

Here are the new members (25) of CPC. Not sure if TJ Cox will join now that he has won.

Benny

Sigh. Do Dems really want Trump to win re-election?

magsview

John Kerry?? things getting crazy..

humphrey

Kerry and Biden can think about it all they want. However it ain’t happening.

jcitybone

Definitely not Kerry. LOL

TheLeftistheCenter

The Onion: The latest development in the packed Democratic primary its just been announced the Kitchen Sink has decided to throw its hat into the ring.

When interviewed Kitchen Sink was asked why he would run being the last person anyone would expect to run. In response the Kitchen Sink said “Well I am the last person not running” And there you have it, what an exciting field of corporate tools and kitchen appliances this primary is shaping up to be.

Benny

+5

Benny

polarbear4

It said “embed” code, but it did not embed. Darn.

jcitybone

https://slate.com/news-and-politics/2018/11/donald-trump-unpopularity-chuck-schumer.html

The Democrats’ record-breaking victory and the public’s clear exhaustion with Donald Trump should prompt a full re-evaluation of this political moment. Instead, when faced with Trump’s demand for $5 billion in funding for his border wall with Mexico, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer offered the $1.6 billion that Democrats had previously agreed on. This may not constitute support for “the wall” itself, but it does miss how the landscape has changed. The president’s immigration policies are unpopular. Schumer had political space to make a lower bid, or no bid at all. But he doesn’t seem to grasp the extent of his party’s political advantage or understand the value of opposition. He seems stuck in a past where voters rewarded compromise and bipartisanship, unable to see how this doesn’t apply to the Democrats’ relationship with Donald Trump.

polarbear4

Twice now. i give up. I cannot post from FB.

polarbear4

hmmm. sounds good.

humphrey

This is probably a good thing.

humphrey

Can’t say who would be best of the remaining candidates as I don’t know much about any of them.

jcitybone

Well he had no chance anyway.

polarbear4

Speaking of irrelevant: who are you, again? https://t.co/0kdthHwPgd

— “Angry Jon Snow” Graziano (@jvgraz) November 28, 2018

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Markos on how irrelevant Bernie is. Wow.

humphrey

humphrey

Just adding the original tweet for context.

polarbear4

Thanks. I don’t know why they’re not turning up when I em I don’t know why they’re not turning up when I embed the whole tweet.

humphrey

It could be the computer you are using. With my Windows 10 laptop I click on “v” on the top right corner of the tweet. It shows “copy link to tweet” I simply copy that and paste it here.

polarbear4

That’s what I do. It must be because it’s my phone

humphrey

This is only a wild guess. It appears as if you are not logged in as your recs show up as “guest” Maybe that might make a difference.

orlbucfan

Moulitsas needs to rejoin his original party: GOPuke.

polarbear4

85,000 children under 5 have died of starvation in the past 3 years as a result of this war.

These Senators all voted for the United States to help it continue https://t.co/ZaUSkHdog2

— Judd Legum (@JuddLegum) November 29, 2018

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polarbear4

I'm happy as anyone that political sentiment appears to have shifted against the Saudis, but I have a gnawing sense much of it is rooted in partisan opportunism and shallow anti-Trumpism. Needs to be converted into something deeper and structural to have real long-term impact

— Michael Tracey (@mtracey) November 29, 2018

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magsview

This morning CNN is reporting that Graham is “pissed!”, so that’s his cover for switching his vote, he’s playing the child having a tantrum over Trump.

polarbear4

This guy gets it.#OwnedTogether https://t.co/m2SvVveP2F

— Peter Douche's Liaison (@SilERabbit) November 28, 2018

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polarbear4

polarbear4

The Democratic caucus has to approve it, which after today, it looks like they will.

Screwed us again. Frack this. Honestly I do find this unbelievable. We get a majority, they turn around and give it back to the Republicans.

jcitybone

Actually, the procedural changes do not seem to be too troublesome. I think they were agreed to as face savers for the problem solvers. Pelosi would not be willing to give up any real power, which in this case is a good thing.

polarbear4

Mea culpa! That’s what I get for relying on a tweet and not reading more carefully.

Thought it was the 3/5 and it pay-go things. Unsure as to how these will play out. Great if the other 2 things are dead.

polarbear4

Markos reminds me of Sarak in STTNG. “Irrelevant! Irrelevant! Irrelevant!” As he succumbs to Vulcan old age disease.

Accomplishments?

63 Senators vote to advance Sanders resolution ending U.S. support for Saudi-led war in Yemen

350K Amazon workers are making $15 an hour

Over 63,000 Disney workers in CA and FL will be making $15 an hour

70% support #MedicareForAll; 60% support #CollegeForAll

— Warren Gunnels (@GunnelsWarren) November 29, 2018

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polarbear4

7/ In less than 48 hours, we went from "MANAFORT SECRETLY MET WITH ASSANGE 3 TIMES IN THE EMBASSY" (Guardian) to "MAYBE THE RUSSIANS TRICKED THE GUARDIAN INTO PUBLISHING A FALSE STORY" (Politico's CIA writer). Next: why do people not trust news outlets??? It's so unfair!

— Glenn Greenwald (@ggreenwald) November 28, 2018

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polarbear4

Warren Kanders, owner and CEO of the tear gas manufacturer Safariland, LLC (yes, that's its real name) has contributed almost exclusively to Republicans — with the exception of Cory Booker.

Here are just some of his contributions to Booker, not including those from his wife. pic.twitter.com/BJ2ze5BFpS

— Ken Klippenstein (@kenklippenstein) November 28, 2018

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polarbear4

Amazing. In what may be an article exposing the guardian story about Assange as false, the writer that Politico published saved all his tears for Harding, the guardian reporter.

https://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2018/11/28/paul-manafort-julian-assange-222694

“If this latest story about Manafort and Assange is false…the most logical explanation is that it is an attempt to make Harding look bad.”

Just have to get that unproven smear in though.

“IF true, the ramifications are immense. It means the guy running Trump’s campaign met directly with the head of the organization that served as a tool of Russia’s intelligence services, distributing stolen Democratic emails in an effort to influence the U.S. presidential election.”

Taibbi sez he is still running down facts in a separate tweet.

humphrey

Interesting tidbit about the author of the article. At the bottom it says.

Alex Finley is the pen name of a former CIA officer and author of Victor in the Rubble, a satire of the CIA and the war on terror. Follow her on Twitter: @alexzfinley.

polarbear4

I knew it. Ohio is joining the dangerous stampede to replace their touchscreen voting machines not with hand marked paper ballots and scanners, but rather with barcoded “summary cards” from touchscreen ballot marking devices like the ES&S ExpressVote. 1/ https://t.co/a7KQ1Tq7S5

— Jennifer Cohn (@jennycohn1) November 29, 2018

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polarbear4

One of the ongoing stories of our time is people slowly waking up to the fact that the hippies were right about climate change and desperately seeking ways to acknowledge climate change while still bashing the hippies.

— David Roberts (@drvox) November 28, 2018

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polarbear4

“Goldman Sachs asks in biotech research report: ‘Is curing patients a sustainable business model.

https://www.cnbc.com/2018/04/11/goldman-asks-is-curing-patients-a-sustainable-business-model.html?’“

What stage of capitalism is this? https://t.co/48HDAGgJjb

— David Sirota (@davidsirota) November 27, 2018

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humphrey

Who cares about the health of the patients. M4ALL will eliminate a lot of this crap.

polarbear4

I like the ALL at the end. Stealing. 😉

polarbear4

OH just elected a new Secretary of State. He has put Ken Blackwell on his transition team. Blackwell was SOS of OH in 2004 and was knee deep in the cheating. Sadly, OH will be really tough for the Dem candidate in 2020.

— Bebe (@BrendaBallard) November 13, 2018

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humphrey

Anything is better than that dreaded Democratic Socialism! LOL

TheLeftistheCenter

Technically thats all Democratic Socialism really is.

magsview

I can really see that one, “moral capitalism”, really flying off the shelf, lol.

humphrey

My last one for tonight.

orlbucfan

What a bad flatulent joke! (Breaks wind) P-U!!

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