Eddie 
Member since Dec 6, 2011

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Re: “Actor and Comedian David Cross on His New Tour, the Uberleft and Why He Said Goodbye to Twitter

Um Richmond lister. I think it makes sense if an interviewer asks a political comedian a question or two about politics. But gee, I don't know .... maybe they should've done a "regular interview" and talked about snowcones. It is summer!

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Posted by Eddie on 08/02/2018 at 1:22 PM

Re: “Actor and Comedian David Cross on His New Tour, the Uberleft and Why He Said Goodbye to Twitter

Good plan, "Edward Snowden" allow the worst candidate to win so you can make a point -- I'm sure that will help your cause. You're just making my argument for me.

I agree with the lock on the debate, that's why you fight to change the system BEFOREHAND, as I said. The "huge percentage" who don't vote - deserve the horrors they get. And they deserve to be called out for helping make the situation much worse for more vulnerable groups. Saying that things wouldn't have been MUCH better under Hillary is just plain wrong.

And yeah, I read the article above. They ask a political comedian for his take on the left and he gives it to them. You should probably stick to reading only outlets that agree completely with you. I'm sure the magazine editors will be heartbroken that they don't fit your particular mold of activist agenda. That is, the kind with no chance of ever getting anything done until the country is in shambles.

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Posted by Eddie on 07/31/2018 at 10:10 PM

Re: “Actor and Comedian David Cross on His New Tour, the Uberleft and Why He Said Goodbye to Twitter

Dear "Julian Assange" - I'm no Clinton fan, and I'd happily vote for a third party candidate (my money went to Bernie) but you have to CHANGE the system first.

That means do real work before the election instead of complaining to people online afterwards and calling 'got ya' to anyone who doesn't recognize an obscure Honduran environmental activist reference.

My point was simply this -- and (likely one of your idols) Noam Chomsky agrees -- when you only have TWO choices thanks to an admittedly corrupt system and one is going to do a lot more damage than the other: It's your moral responsibility to vote for the lesser of two evils. It's a simple concept.

The only person bullying here is you.

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Posted by Eddie on 07/31/2018 at 9:23 PM

Re: “Actor and Comedian David Cross on His New Tour, the Uberleft and Why He Said Goodbye to Twitter

The sad reality is that any vote not for Hillary was a vote for Trump. You don't get to play the political system you wish you had, but the one we have in reality.

Typical uberleft comment by Berta. Its not enough to agree with her 99 percent on politics, it has to be 1,000 percent on all the strategies too, or you're the enemy. This is why the extreme left has no momentum or coherent political strategy, and why they repel voters ...

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Posted by Eddie on 07/31/2018 at 6:05 PM

Re: “Black Swan Books Owner "Disagrees Strongly" with Bannon's Views

I was joking because you seem to never miss a chance to slam Style. I never see you contribute anything to the conversation but putdowns. And "flutterings" are strange, not "is strange." Verb agreement.

The "news" of this event is not "news" anymore, since its been out since Saturday -- which was my point. This story seems more about social media reaction and Richmond being part of a national conversation -- as well as the aftermath re: the shop owner.

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Posted by Eddie on 07/09/2018 at 5:08 PM

Re: “Black Swan Books Owner "Disagrees Strongly" with Bannon's Views

Native Richmonder, how is this a partisan take? Seems to me simply a mere summary of stuff that happened, with Twitter posts on both sides that have been shared in national media.

And the headline, really? Ive seen tons of other stories on this subject that all say the same basic thing -- why would Style want to simply repeat those two days later? Im sure they were looking for something different, and played up his post on his website, which hasn't gotten as much attention.

Lemme guess, you used to work at Style, got canned, and now sit somewhere stewing, between games of Angry Birds, attacking every thing they post. Seems about right.

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Posted by Eddie on 07/09/2018 at 3:29 PM

Re: “Meals Tax Proposal, Little Nickel Opening and More

hey we have socialism for "too big to fail" Wall Street, they seem to be doing fine.

we subsidize the corn industry, so we can have cheap-ass McDonalds burgers and sodas.

Guess its all in your priorities.

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Posted by Eddie on 02/02/2018 at 12:04 AM

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