Bored

Dawsonville, GA

#81 Mar 23, 2013
Informed Opinion

United States

#82 Mar 24, 2013
Bored wrote:
You look fine sitting there,(and in light of your past posts its easy to understand why you could be confused), but it's probably not wise to post your picture.

Don't worry. If any of the posters here on TOPIX make fun of you - I'll defend you - while originality and creativity aren't your strong suits, I find you entertaining.

Just saying.
Bored

Dawsonville, GA

#83 Mar 24, 2013
Informed Opinion wrote:
<quoted text>
You look fine sitting there,(and in light of your past posts its easy to understand why you could be confused), but it's probably not wise to post your picture.
Don't worry. If any of the posters here on TOPIX make fun of you - I'll defend you - while originality and creativity aren't your strong suits, I find you entertaining.
Just saying.
I'm the one in the center. You're the one on the right in the florida shirt.
Informed Opinion

Alva, FL

#84 Mar 24, 2013
Bored wrote:
<quoted text>I'm the one in the center. You're the one on the right in the florida shirt.
That you ?

Now I get it.

It was supposed to be humorous. It's a political cartoon about Right Wingers and their lack of intelligence. Otherwise, it would just be a demonstration of your maturity level, and I know you're much more mature than to post 3rd grade bathroom cartoons.

So it's a political cartoon: That's Rep. Senator Larry Craig standing next to you.
Then the guy sitting in the urinal must be Rep. Rep. Mark Foley, but he looks way too interested in you,(since your not a teenage boy - I think.)

Now I see the humor - many Right Wingers have a "thing" about men's rooms and urinals. It has something to do with their repressed desires. So the cartoonist is lampooning Right Wing politicians by using their repressed homosexual desires.

Wow - that's mean. But I'm not into bathroom humor, so I can't fairly judge.

On the other hand, an Atlanta Police Vice Unit Sgt.. used to say that if you want to force a Republican politician to his knees, just build a public restroom - so maybe it's accurate.

Just saying.....

Bored

Helen, GA

#85 Mar 24, 2013
Informed Opinion wrote:
<quoted text>
That you ?
Now I get it.
It was supposed to be humorous. It's a political cartoon about Right Wingers and their lack of intelligence. Otherwise, it would just be a demonstration of your maturity level, and I know you're much more mature than to post 3rd grade bathroom cartoons.
So it's a political cartoon: That's Rep. Senator Larry Craig standing next to you.
Then the guy sitting in the urinal must be Rep. Rep. Mark Foley, but he looks way too interested in you,(since your not a teenage boy - I think.)
Now I see the humor - many Right Wingers have a "thing" about men's rooms and urinals. It has something to do with their repressed desires. So the cartoonist is lampooning Right Wing politicians by using their repressed homosexual desires.
Wow - that's mean. But I'm not into bathroom humor, so I can't fairly judge.
On the other hand, an Atlanta Police Vice Unit Sgt.. used to say that if you want to force a Republican politician to his knees, just build a public restroom - so maybe it's accurate.
Just saying.....
The guy sitting in the urinal is Informed Opinion. Everyone knows that.
Sarge

Sylacauga, AL

#86 Mar 24, 2013
Informed Opinion wrote:
<quoted text>
You look fine sitting there,(and in light of your past posts its easy to understand why you could be confused), but it's probably not wise to post your picture.
Don't worry. If any of the posters here on TOPIX make fun of you - I'll defend you - while originality and creativity aren't your strong suits, I find you entertaining.
Just saying.
In case you haven't noticed you're the only one on here that routinely gets made fun of there, Junior.
Informed Opinion

Alva, FL

#87 Mar 24, 2013
Bored wrote:
<quoted text>The guy sitting in the urinal is Informed Opinion. Everyone knows that.
Oh, Darn.

And after I have you several attempts to regain your dignity...

Ah well, another example if how, when confronted with superior, fact supported, rational thought, Right Wingers are reduced to posting irrelevant, sophomoric, personal attacks.

Now, where's that Monte Cristo - this calls for a fine cigar !
Bored

Helen, GA

#89 Mar 24, 2013
Informed Opinion wrote:
<quoted text>
Oh, Darn.
And after I have you several attempts to regain your dignity...
Ah well, another example if how, when confronted with superior, fact supported, rational thought, Right Wingers are reduced to posting irrelevant, sophomoric, personal attacks.
Now, where's that Monte Cristo - this calls for a fine cigar !
You left out superior intellect.
Boring.
Informed Opinion

Alva, FL

#90 Mar 24, 2013
Bored wrote:
<quoted text>You left out superior intellect.
Boring.
No.

Get ready to be bored.

Science has taught us that it's not so much about superior intellect, as it's about not allowing your paradigm of the world to be based on fear and insecurity.

According to Rush, Hannity, Fox, and all other Right Wing media, you are under ceaseless attack from gays, women, judges, Muslims, liberals, moderates, Jews, in short, everyone who is not a reactionary.

This isn't an accident - science has proven that the perception of danger, outrage, and/or just anger, even based on ephemeral attacks, causes the release of chemicals and hormones that act on the pleasure centers of the brain. It's addictive.

That's why we like roller coasters and scary movies, and that's why Rush, Hannity and Fox make a fortune. It's pleasurable to be outraged or scared you're under social, not physical attack, so you come back for more.

Once you've been fear conditioned , and your security threatened , changing your mind is almost impossible.

Why Changing Somebody’s Mind, or Yours, is Hard to Do.
By David Ropeik

There are a lot of psychological terms for the fact that people don't like to change their minds; "motivated reasoning", "confirmation bias", "cognitive dissonance".

You argue the facts, as thoughtfully and non-confrontationally as you can, but the facts don't seem to get you anywhere. The wall of the other person's opinion doesn't move.

They don't seem to WANT it to move.

Why do people so tenaciously stick to the views they've already formed? Shouldn't a cognitive mind be open to evidence...to the facts...to reason?

Well, that's hopeful but naïve, and ignores a vast amount of social science evidence that has shown that facts, by themselves, are meaningless..

We cling to our views because the walls of our opinions are like battlements that keep the good guys inside (us) safe from the enemy without (all those dopes with different opinions than ours).

People who feel good about themselves are more likely to be open-minded!(That's far more simplistic than any academic would ever put it!)

One study asked people about withdrawing troops from Iraq.

Most Republicans at the time thought the troops should stay.
Two separate groups of Republicans were shown statistics about the dramatic reduction of violence in Iraq following the "surge" in American troops.
One group did self-affirmation activity first.
The other group was just shown the violence statistics, with no self-affirmation.
Then both groups were asked whether the dramatic reduction in violence in Iraq was a reason to withdraw U.S. troops.
The Republicans who did the self-affirmation activity,(the folks who were primed to feel good about themselves), were more likely to change their minds and say that the reduction in violence in Iraq was a reason to begin pulling out of Iraq.
The group that had not done the self-affirmation remained adamant that the troops should stay.

Cultural Cognition is the theory that we shape our opinions to conform to the views of the groups with which we most strongly identify. That creates solidarity in the group, and it strengthens the group's acceptance of us as members in good standing.

Humans are social animals. We depend on our groups, our tribes. When our group's views prevail, and our group accepts us, our survival chances go up.

So the Cultural Cognition motivation to conform our opinions to those of the groups/tribes with which we identify is powerful.

The more threatened we feel, by economic uncertainty, or threats of terrorism, the more fierce grow the inflexible "Culture War" polarities that impede compromise and progress.

The less threatened we feel, the more flexible our opinions are likely to be.

The psychology of risk perception referred to above is described in detail in David Ropeik's new book, How Risky Is It, Really? Why Our Fears Don't Match the Facts.
Bored

Cleveland, GA

#91 Mar 24, 2013
Informed Opinion wrote:
<quoted text>
No.
Get ready to be bored.
Science has taught us that it's not so much about superior intellect, as it's about not allowing your paradigm of the world to be based on fear and insecurity.
According to Rush, Hannity, Fox, and all other Right Wing media, you are under ceaseless attack from gays, women, judges, Muslims, liberals, moderates, Jews, in short, everyone who is not a reactionary.
This isn't an accident - science has proven that the perception of danger, outrage, and/or just anger, even based on ephemeral attacks, causes the release of chemicals and hormones that act on the pleasure centers of the brain. It's addictive.
That's why we like roller coasters and scary movies, and that's why Rush, Hannity and Fox make a fortune. It's pleasurable to be outraged or scared you're under social, not physical attack, so you come back for more.
Once you've been fear conditioned , and your security threatened , changing your mind is almost impossible.
Why Changing Somebody’s Mind, or Yours, is Hard to Do.
By David Ropeik
There are a lot of psychological terms for the fact that people don't like to change their minds; "motivated reasoning", "confirmation bias", "cognitive dissonance".
You argue the facts, as thoughtfully and non-confrontationally as you can, but the facts don't seem to get you anywhere. The wall of the other person's opinion doesn't move.
They don't seem to WANT it to move.
Why do people so tenaciously stick to the views they've already formed? Shouldn't a cognitive mind be open to evidence...to the facts...to reason?
Well, that's hopeful but naïve, and ignores a vast amount of social science evidence that has shown that facts, by themselves, are meaningless..
We cling to our views because the walls of our opinions are like battlements that keep the good guys inside (us) safe from the enemy without (all those dopes with different opinions than ours).
People who feel good about themselves are more likely to be open-minded!(That's far more simplistic than any academic would ever put it!)
One study asked people about withdrawing troops from Iraq.
Most Republicans at the time thought the troops should stay.
Two separate groups of Republicans were shown statistics about the dramatic reduction of violence in Iraq following the "surge" in American troops.
One group did self-affirmation activity first.
The other group was just shown the violence statistics, with no self-affirmation.
Then both groups were asked whether the dramatic reduction in violence in Iraq was a reason to withdraw U.S. troops.
The Republicans who did the self-affirmation activity,(the folks who were primed to feel good about themselves), were more likely to change their minds and say that the reduction in violence in Iraq was a reason to begin pulling out of Iraq.
The group that had not done the self-affirmation remained adamant that the troops should stay.
Cultural Cognition is the theory that we shape our opinions to conform to the views of the groups with which we most strongly identify. That creates solidarity in the group, and it strengthens the group's acceptance of us as members in good standing.
Humans are social animals. We depend on our groups, our tribes. When our group's views prevail, and our group accepts us, our survival chances go up.
So the Cultural Cognition motivation to conform our opinions to those of the groups/tribes with which we identify is powerful.
The more threatened we feel, by economic uncertainty, or threats of terrorism, the more fierce grow the inflexible "Culture War" polarities that impede compromise and progress.
The less threatened we feel, the more flexible our opinions are likely to be.
The psychology of risk perception referred to above is described in detail in David Ropeik's new book, How Risky Is It, Really? Why Our Fears Don't Match the Facts.
Boring.
Bored

Cleveland, GA

#92 Mar 24, 2013
Your kind of posts, long and boring.


1

The 305 cubic inch (5.0 liter) engine was introduced in 1975 to meet federal emissions standards while improving GM's fleet mileage average. Performance was not a initial concern. Stodgy models like the Chevrolet Caprice, Oldsmobile Cruiser wagon, and the Buick Skylark used the engine, giving it a reputation as under powered. However, the 305 can also be found in the more demanding Camaro line as well as light trucks and vans. The engine was replaced by the Vortec 5000 in 1996.
2

Because the 305 was designed to provide moderate power while retaining relative efficiency, drivers looking for pure horsepower or great mileage are going to be disappointed. This engine could be modified to deliver 350 hp, but a balance of snappy (though not outstanding) performance with decent gas mileage better fits most drivers' needs. Sensible upgrades to the 305 correct the initial engineering problems with modern components that let the engine operate more efficiently, boosting both power and mileage.
3

The primary problem with the Chevrolet 305 engine is the narrow 3.736 bore, which results in insufficient airflow compared to a larger block. The stock headers further restricted air intake because of pollution concerns, though replacement Edlebrock or Vortec headers increase airflow while still maintaining proper emissions. Upgrade the air filter assembly with a modern unit to let the engine "breathe" more easily on the intake. The stock exhaust system is generally sufficient - though pre-1981 catalytic converters should be replaced with a higher-flow "honeycomb" converter.
4

If rebuilding the engine, address some of the internal shortcomings of the 305. Change the pre-1990 factory flat-tappet cams to hydraulic roller cams to reduce engine friction. Likewise, improved flat-top pistons are superior to the original dished pistons, offering power while still maintaining emissions standards. The stock large valve heads can lead to valve shrouding which reduces airflow. A solution is to install a larger exhaust valve so shrouding will be less of a concern. Also, take a look at replacing the a two barrel carburetor with a Throttle Body fuel injector (TBI) or a four barrel "Quadrajet" carburetor. Both systems offer economy at highway speeds, yet provide power when you need it.
5

As with all older vehicles, peripheral systems can wear out long before the engine does. The cam drive gear is of special concern on 305 engines. 305s manufactured before 1988 used a nylon-toothed cam gear to reduce noise. This gear is prone to failure and should be replaced with a solid steel gear. If replacing the stock water pump consider an electric version to reduce the workload of the engine. Stock radiators of this vintage frequently need replacement as well. Opt for a lightweight three row aluminum model that reduces weight.
Inormed Onion

Dawsonville, GA

#93 Mar 25, 2013
After weeks of hiding her growing belly beneath baggy clothes, mom-to-be Fergie proudly debuted her baby bump on Saturday.

Stepping out at The Kids' Choice Awards in Los Angeles, the pregnant singer wore a short, form-fitting, brightly-colored Mary Katrantzou dress that showed off her tiny tummy.

The Black Eyed Peas singer, 37, paired the dress with a pair of yellow Roxane heels and wore her blond hair down in loose waves.
Informed Opinion

Naples, FL

#94 Mar 25, 2013
Bored wrote:
Your kind of posts, long and boring.


1

The 305 cubic inch (5.0 liter) engine was introduced in 1975 to meet federal emissions standards while improving GM's fleet mileage average. Performance was not a initial concern. Stodgy models like the Chevrolet Caprice, Oldsmobile Cruiser wagon, and the Buick Skylark used the engine, giving it a reputation as under powered. However, the 305 can also be found in the more demanding Camaro line as well as light trucks and vans. The engine was replaced by the Vortec 5000 in 1996.
2

Because the 305 was designed to provide moderate power while retaining relative efficiency, drivers looking for pure horsepower or great mileage are going to be disappointed. This engine could be modified to deliver 350 hp, but a balance of snappy (though not outstanding) performance with decent gas mileage better fits most drivers' needs. Sensible upgrades to the 305 correct the initial engineering problems with modern components that let the engine operate more efficiently, boosting both power and mileage.
3

The primary problem with the Chevrolet 305 engine is the narrow 3.736 bore, which results in insufficient airflow compared to a larger block. The stock headers further restricted air intake because of pollution concerns, though replacement Edlebrock or Vortec headers increase airflow while still maintaining proper emissions. Upgrade the air filter assembly with a modern unit to let the engine "breathe" more easily on the intake. The stock exhaust system is generally sufficient - though pre-1981 catalytic converters should be replaced with a higher-flow "honeycomb" converter.
4

If rebuilding the engine, address some of the internal shortcomings of the 305. Change the pre-1990 factory flat-tappet cams to hydraulic roller cams to reduce engine friction. Likewise, improved flat-top pistons are superior to the original dished pistons, offering power while still maintaining emissions standards. The stock large valve heads can lead to valve shrouding which reduces airflow. A solution is to install a larger exhaust valve so shrouding will be less of a concern. Also, take a look at replacing the a two barrel carburetor with a Throttle Body fuel injector (TBI) or a four barrel "Quadrajet" carburetor. Both systems offer economy at highway speeds, yet provide power when you need it.
5

As with all older vehicles, peripheral systems can wear out long before the engine does. The cam drive gear is of special concern on 305 engines. 305s manufactured before 1988 used a nylon-toothed cam gear to reduce noise. This gear is prone to failure and should be replaced with a solid steel gear. If replacing the stock water pump consider an electric version to reduce the workload of the engine. Stock radiators of this vintage frequently need replacement as well. Opt for a lightweight three row aluminum model that reduces weight.
Great post.

A very good start.

There are some facts in the post.

Good for you !

Now all we have to do is move you to the next step where the facts are related to the topic under discussion.

Don't fret. It's a new experience for many, to use facts instead of emotional, personal attacks, but it can be done.

Millions of Progressives, Moderates, and Liberals regularly acknowledge. and use facts in support of their arguments.

Stick with it and you'll soon be drafting posts that might persuade rational folks toward your opinion.
Bored

Dawsonville, GA

#95 Mar 25, 2013
Informed Opinion wrote:
<quoted text>
Great post.
A very good start.
There are some facts in the post.
Good for you !
Now all we have to do is move you to the next step where the facts are related to the topic under discussion.
Don't fret. It's a new experience for many, to use facts instead of emotional, personal attacks, but it can be done.
Millions of Progressives, Moderates, and Liberals regularly acknowledge. and use facts in support of their arguments.
Stick with it and you'll soon be drafting posts that might persuade rational folks toward your opinion.
Boring.
Informed Opinion

Naples, FL

#96 Apr 10, 2013
Another $50K the Right Wing Wackos pay out to avoid a courtroom-

Thursday, March 14, 2013

Hannah Giles paid $50,000 for fraudulent ACORN sting

.... After the press reported James O'Keefe was sued for $100,000 by a former ACORN employee, interest in Hannah Giles, James' partner in the ACORN sting videos who played the prostitute, surged again.

Hannah was being sued by the same person who sued James, and they settled back in July 2012, although the details of the settlement were not made public back then.

As settlement, Right Wing pretend prostitute Hannah Giles agreed to pay $50,000 to former ACORN employee Juan Carlos Vera.

It was known that James O'Keefe made $65,000 and Giles made $60,000 through the now deceased Andrew Breitbart’s conservative media ventures.

While Hannah got away with half the damages, it will still bankrupt her.

Since there is no money in writing articles for pseudo-journalist right-wing media outlets like townhall.com and breitbart.com , she is also finished.

And remember, this is only the first successful lawsuit by one former ACORN employee against the O'Keefe/Giles duo.

There are many more former ACORN employees across the nation waiting in line to sue them.

I wouldn't be surprised if Andrew Breitbart's media ventures were sued, since they funded the whole fraudulent ACORN sting operation"
Bored

Commerce, GA

#97 Apr 10, 2013
Judicial Watch, the public interest group that investigates and prosecutes government corruption, announced today that it has obtained documents from the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) detailing federal investigations into the alleged corrupt activities of Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now (ACORN). The documents reference serious allegations of corruption and voter registration fraud by ACORN as well as the Obama administrations decision to shut down a criminal investigation without filing criminal charges.

The documents include background information on two specific complaints filed in October 2008 by Lucy Corelli and Joseph Borges, Republican Registrars of Voters in Stamford and Bridgeport, Connecticut, respectively, during the 2008 election season.

According to Corelli, on August 1, 2008, her office received 1,200 ACORN voter registration cards from the Secretary of States office. Over 300 of these cards were rejected because of duplicates, underage, illegible and invalid addresses, which put a tremendous strain on our office staff and caused endless work hours at taxpayers expense. Corelli claimed the total cost of the extra work caused by ACORN corruption was $20,000. Likewise, Borges contended that:The organization ACORN during the summer of 2008 conducted a registration drive which has produced over 100 rejections due to incomplete forms and individuals who are not citizens Among the examples cited by Borges was a seven-year old child who was registered to vote by ACORN through the use of a forged signature and a fake birth certificate claiming she was 27-years old.

The FBI and Department of Justice opened an investigation. However, the Obama Justice Department, while noting that ACORN had engaged in questionable hiring and training practices, closed down the investigation in March 2009, claiming ACORN broke no laws.
Bored

Commerce, GA

#98 Apr 10, 2013
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Judicial Watch, the public interest group that investigates and prosecutes government corruption, announced today that it has obtained documents from the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) detailing federal investigations into the alleged corrupt activities of Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now (ACORN). The documents reference serious allegations of corruption and voter registration fraud by ACORN as well as the Obama administrations decision to shut down a criminal investigation without filing criminal charges.
The documents include background information on two specific complaints filed in October 2008 by Lucy Corelli and Joseph Borges, Republican Registrars of Voters in Stamford and Bridgeport, Connecticut, respectively, during the 2008 election season.
According to Corelli, on August 1, 2008, her office received 1,200 ACORN voter registration cards from the Secretary of States office. Over 300 of these cards were rejected because of duplicates, underage, illegible and invalid addresses, which put a tremendous strain on our office staff and caused endless work hours at taxpayers expense. Corelli claimed the total cost of the extra work caused by ACORN corruption was $20,000. Likewise, Borges contended that:The organization ACORN during the summer of 2008 conducted a registration drive which has produced over 100 rejections due to incomplete forms and individuals who are not citizens Among the examples cited by Borges was a seven-year old child who was registered to vote by ACORN through the use of a forged signature and a fake birth certificate claiming she was 27-years old.
The FBI and Department of Justice opened an investigation. However, the Obama Justice Department, while noting that ACORN had engaged in questionable hiring and training practices, closed down the investigation in March 2009, claiming ACORN broke no laws.
By contrast, the documents also include records related to a federal investigation of ACORN corruption in St. Louis, Missouri, involving 1,492 allegedly fraudulent voter registration cards submitted by Project Vote, a liberal non-profit organization affiliated with ACORN on voter registration drives, during the 2006 election season. Assistant United States Attorney Hal Goldsmith initiated the investigation with concurrence from the Department of Justice and the participation of the FBI. According to a Justice Department memo, Goldsmith advised he would prosecute any individual responsible for submitting fraudulent voter registration cards. Goldsmith identified the statute for prosecution: Title 42, USC 1973 (gg), which provides for criminal penalties for fraudulent voter registrations. In April 2008, eight former ACORN employees from the St. Louis office pled guilty to voter registration fraud.
Other documents show that the Bush Justice Department failed to prosecute ACORN voter registration fraud of non-citizens in Phoenix, Arizona in 2007 because the allegations that led to the opening of the investigation were unverifiable. Notably, the FBI document detailing this questionable decision reveals that a draft Intelligence Bulletinconcludes that ACORNs employment practices perpetuate fraudulent voter registration.
The ACORN documents uncovered by Judicial Watch include internal FBI memoranda, signed affidavits, subpoenas, fraudulent voter registration cards, and publications describing ACORNs policies and practices. The documents also include details regarding numerous allegations of corruption extending beyond voter registration fraud, to include attempts by ACORN employees to coerce workers to participate in campaign activities on behalf of Democratic candidates.
Bored

Commerce, GA

#99 Apr 10, 2013
These documents reflect systematic voter registration fraud by ACORN, said Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton.It is a scandal that there has been no comprehensive criminal investigation and prosecution by the Justice Department into this evident criminal conduct. Given President Obamas close connections to ACORN, including his campaigns hiring of an ACORN affiliate, it seems rather obvious why Attorney General Holder has failed to seriously investigate these and other alleged ACORN criminal activities.
Bored

Commerce, GA

#100 Apr 10, 2013
ACORN, the criminal enterprise that Obamas Justice Department refuses to investigate despite extensive evidence of fraud and corruption is guilty of a felony in yet another state

Facing more than a dozen felony charges in Nevada, ACORN pleaded guilty to one count this week for illegally paying canvassers to register voters during the 2008 presidential campaign. The deal means that ACORN will avoid going to trial, which was scheduled for later this month in Las Vegas. A judge will determine the sentence on August 10, according to a spokeswoman for the Nevada Attorney Generals office, the prosecuting agency.

Since ACORN is a corporation, it will only be fined and there will be no prison term, the Attorney Generals spokeswoman told Judicial Watch. The fine is expected to be a maximum of $5,000. In November the ACORN supervisor overseeing the illicit Nevada voter registration scheme pleaded no contest to two counts of conspiracy

Last fall a federal investigation revealed that the crime-infested community organization embezzled millions of taxpayer dollars for housing counseling and destroyed documents to hide the fraud. The probe, conducted by the inspector general for Housing and Urban Development (HUD) also determined that ACORN violated federal laws and policies by spending its housing counseling funds to pay the salaries of its employees, even after they were terminated.

Incredibly, the Obama Justice Department has failed to conduct a criminal probe of ACORN, which has assumed a new identity (restructured and rebranded) to shed its criminal history and keep its public funding. In fact, last spring Judicial Watch uncovered FBI records that reveal the Obama Justice Department actually killed a federal investigation of ACORN.
Bored

Commerce, GA

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