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Saturday Night Card Game (MSNBC Swarm attack in effect)

Saturday Night Card Game (MSNBC Swarm attack in effect)

Whenever military operations are non-linear, dispersed, and decentralized, swarming is an effective tactic….Swarming occurs when several units conduct a convergent attack on a target from multiple axes. Attacks can be either long range fires or close range fire and hit-and-run attacks. Swarming can be pre-planned  or opportunistic. Swarming usually involves pulsing where units converge rapidly on a target, attack and then re-disperse.”

When a predator strikes a school of fish, the group is capable of scattering in patterns that make it almost impossible to track any individual. It might explode in a flash, create a kind of moving bubble around the predator, or fracture into multiple blobs, before coming back together and swimming away.”


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LukeHandCool | June 23, 2012 at 6:38 pm

“Never let the president’s race go to waste!!”

They are all ridiculous, but Joe Williams’s comment about Romney only feeling comfortable around white people (don’t ask me … or him … how he would know this) reminded me of something a friend in Hawaii told me.

When I spent a semester at the University of Hawaii, I became friends with a guy from the big island who lived on the same floor of the Hale Aloha Ilima dorm.

He was born and raised in Hawaii and his dad was Irish and his mom from Spain. A white dude, although tan and local looking.

Even though he was a white guy, he said he felt uncomfortable in any social setting that wasn’t predominantly Asian. He grew up with Asians and was used to them. He didn’t feel completely at ease around only white people, even though he himself was white.

As he was telling me this, he kind of chuckled, but he was just being honest. He was most comfortable around Asians because he grew up with them, even though he wasn’t even 1/32 Asian.

LukeHandCool (who, because of his social phobia, is uncomfortable around any and all people … his social phobia does not discriminate).

    1. An acquaintance described this incident involving a Japanese-American colleague:

    Back in the days of economic tension with Japan, they watched a news report about some negotiations. When a Japanese diplomat finished his statement to the media, the colleague turned to my acquaintance and said, “You can never tell what those Orientals are thinking. They’re inscrutable!”

    2. It’s the culture!

    (Actually the Left knows this full well. Diversity politics and multiculturalism are scams.)

    3. Fwiw, Luke-san, I would never have guessed your social phobia from your online personality.

    TrooperJohnSmith in reply to LukeHandCool. | June 23, 2012 at 8:30 pm

    Tell ya what, ‘Cool,’ hang out with me and my bunch of raconteurs, and we’ll get you all fixed up. In the west Texas oil-field and ranching culture where I grew up, people were all pretty much self-made, came from all walks of life and had all kinds of pasts. There were a lot of people on their second and third “do-overs” as well as at least one of my dad’s old associates that had come straight to the Permian Basin from a Mississippi prison road gang for the youthful indiscretion of running moonshine.

    Some of the wildcatter types would go from rich to poor and back again on the rising and falling fortune of figuring out where there was oil or just a whole full of non-paying rock.

    There is no cure for shyness, or elitism for that matter, than egalitarianism in its purest form: a culture of performance-based success, where business is handled on your word and your handshake.

    jdkchem in reply to LukeHandCool. | June 23, 2012 at 11:00 pm

    In that case Warren must be Cherokee. Look how uncomfortable she is just being asked to meet with them.

    LukeHandCool in reply to LukeHandCool. | June 24, 2012 at 2:52 pm

    I usually avoid social gatherings at all costs (like the party my wife attended last night … she hasn’t talked to me for the last couple of days and I think my not going last night might’ve exacerbated the silent treatment).

    But I’ll definitely enjoy meeting you guys at the Legal Insurrection summer convention in Las Vegas if it ever happens!!! Wouldn’t miss it for the world.

    And remember … what happens at the LI convention in Vegas stays in Vegas!!

Antipathy for Eric Holder? Haven’t these liberals ever heard of Mark Rich? The scoundrel pardoned by Bill Clinton at Holder’s behest.

P.S. Mark Rich is a rich white man.


Your so racist that you forgot to mention that the pardon was given by the first Black president.

I have to give them bonus points for difficulty making the Holder as proxy for our racist disrespect for this president. The swarm attack (nice descriptor btw) adds for greater difficulty and yet adds complexity to both aesthetic and execution elements of the score. Although the technical elements of the routine are clearly met, the Russian judge appears completely unimpressed. Total score 7.5.

    OcTEApi in reply to Mary Sue. | June 23, 2012 at 7:51 pm

    I thought the Holder contempt vote was the stop and frisk (profiling) and a distraction from Republicans not doing their job in congress, which is passing Obama’s American Job Act, which in turn is racist because its loaded with goodies for blacks.

      Mary Sue in reply to OcTEApi. | June 23, 2012 at 8:36 pm

      The Russian judge was impressed with the creative elements in your performance in this year’s Olympic Race-Baiting competition. There were such high hopes for the MSNBC team but alas you appear to have bumped them from medal contention. There are additional rumors Matthews may be doping and his ability to stick the landing has been impaired for years now. Congratulations 😉

predators, strategerizing
have ya noticed the false narrative didn’t gain much traction

Overplayed teh race card so much it doesn’t have much bite.
-they’re toothless

Feeding off my reply to Darkstar on the Egypt topic l will quote loosly from Whittaker Chambers. ‘ l too often feel l have come in to join the losing side.’ No matter , it is the right side. Lets hope l ,like he ,was wrong. . . . Or were we?

JackRussellTerrierist | June 23, 2012 at 7:40 pm

Off- topic, a lighter subject. Some of you may have already seen this as it’s been around quite awhile:

MaggotAtBroadAndWall | June 23, 2012 at 7:55 pm

Looks like the Democratic Party’s publicity relations firm, MSNBC, got the message loud and clear:

“House Dems trained to make race the issue”

I see Robert Mugabe, but who’s the white bread next to him, with his eyes closed?

“That’s a joke, I say, that’s a joke, son.”

Henry Hawkins | June 23, 2012 at 8:33 pm

The more often the race card is played the better I feel about the political future for conservatives. There are racist thoughts and racist actions, with racist speech a part of the latter. Racist actions may be proved with evidence, while racist thoughts may only be supposed, believed only on faith. The current spate of race-mongering is not light on evidence of racist actions, it is entirely devoid of evidence. Instead, liberal pundits and talking heads read racism in the hearts of their political opponents and express it as their opinions, which only the liberal choir will take on faith. They affect nothing to their gain and offend those independents who notice the absence of evidence of racism.

To play the race card incessantly, without accompanying evidence of the accused racist’s words or actions, is to admit one has no agument and nothing valuable of one’s own to promote. It will do nothing but affirm the errant beliefs of the liberal Democrat base, of whom there is no where near enough to maintain the White House for Obama. 24/7 race-mongering = admission of failure and desperation, and that is a good sign to me.

TrooperJohnSmith | June 23, 2012 at 8:47 pm

The good news is that MSNBC’s audience is probably a fraction of what sees a high school football game in Texas. And of that fraction, a number of those have it on as background sound, even more are too dumb to know what they’re hearing, and those that are left are left-wing sheeple.

Like a petulant child – maybe even a crack-baby – MSNBC is acting out, beating the walls and wetting itself, hoping they can get attention from someone.

Politico suspends reporter, Joe Williams, for saying Mitt Romney is ‘comfortable’ with ‘white folks’

Blacks need to look out, they are not the largest minority group, Hispanics are. Soon Asians will out number Blacks. Those race preferences won’t be going to Blacks. Think Blacks will be supporting Affirmative Action then?

Seems Representative Wilson was right, and 0bama was lying during his speech. I am sure this is Alynsky like, tell lies and then be offended when others call you on it. Have we ever before had a President lie to Congress during the State of the Union Address? I think not.

I guess we are to believe that the country veered racist between 2008 and now. (If it did, whose fault would that be.)

If asserting racism has become the prime defense and lame of this administration, the voters will see through it.

Meanwhile, as to “disrespect”, how about Chimpy McFlightsuit. Or Palin hanging in effigy. “God damn America”…

    JackRussellTerrierist in reply to janitor. | June 23, 2012 at 11:12 pm

    I wish just one of these dull-witted reporters would ask obama the most obvious question: “Mr. President, if racism is the cause of your unpopularity, how do you explain the means by which you were elected in 2008, since by far the largest ethnic group of voters is white people? The only other explanation would be massive voter or election fraud.”

nordic_prince | June 23, 2012 at 11:09 pm

Couldn’t help but notice the not-so-subtle attempt at poisoning the well in the fourth clip, with the “OutRIGHT Disrespect” graphic in the lower left. ‘Cuz the Left would never, ever dream of treating Republican Presidents with anything less than the dignity due the office (yeah, right).

The MSNBC swarm attack is especially notable because there are more people in the swarm than there are watching.

FX Phillips | June 24, 2012 at 8:36 am


Clinical proof that insanity and dishonesty are airborne contagions