Re: Ymm mbsalb

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Does it specify you have to replace the fuel by putting new fuel in the tank or is the glove box acceptable.


Posted by: Moby Hick | Link to this comment | 10- 2-10 7:39 AM
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Posted by: Moby Hick | Link to this comment | 10- 2-10 7:40 AM
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Ymm mbsalb

"You make my mind be so alcoholic larry bird"?


Posted by: Sifu Tweety | Link to this comment | 10- 2-10 8:48 AM
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3: That's enough out of you, Bill Simmons. Defending Michael Vick, animal torturer, was the last straw.


Posted by: Flippanter | Link to this comment | 10- 2-10 9:36 AM
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OT: I'm in the quaintest little village square in the area. I feel like I'm living the life of the Grade C Martha Stewart.


Posted by: Moby Hick | Link to this comment | 10- 2-10 10:21 AM
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"You motherfucking mileager, must be such a little bitch"?


Posted by: Stanley | Link to this comment | 10- 2-10 11:09 AM
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4: Michael Vick is leading my fantasy football team to glory.


Posted by: apostropher | Link to this comment | 10- 2-10 11:28 AM
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Your mileage makes me be such a little bitch?


Posted by: SP | Link to this comment | 10- 2-10 11:35 AM
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It's the space that makes the title particularly cryptic.


Posted by: essear | Link to this comment | 10- 2-10 11:58 AM
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Where's Pause Endlessly when needed?


Posted by: nosflow | Link to this comment | 10- 2-10 12:14 PM
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You make me meal bike saw lateral bowman?


Posted by: Sifu Tweety | Link to this comment | 10- 2-10 12:16 PM
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You make me meal bike saw a lateral bowman?

GODDAMIT.


Posted by: Sifu Tweety | Link to this comment | 10- 2-10 12:17 PM
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Yo, meat man! My baby stabbed a lobster boy.


Posted by: apostropher | Link to this comment | 10- 2-10 12:51 PM
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Young male men: man boob sale at Lane Bryant!


Posted by: Sifu Tweety | Link to this comment | 10- 2-10 12:52 PM
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Yivver me members! Man, bis speech ampediment limits bommunication.


Posted by: apostropher | Link to this comment | 10- 2-10 12:57 PM
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Yog mothoh mawake! Muh boat suhwith a lousand bong!


Posted by: Sifu Tweety | Link to this comment | 10- 2-10 1:06 PM
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Your mileage may ...man, be such a little baby.

Speaking of being a little cranky, I just let myself get sucked into the CT thread about Malcolm Gladwell, and now I feel fractious, to say the least.


Posted by: Witt | Link to this comment | 10- 2-10 1:26 PM
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They have comments with way too many words over there.


Posted by: Moby Hick | Link to this comment | 10- 2-10 2:20 PM
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Your manhood manifests mightily, but show a little bollock.


Posted by: Cryptic ned | Link to this comment | 10- 2-10 4:36 PM
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y must men make beer so awesome lost balance


Posted by: Robert Halford | Link to this comment | 10- 2-10 4:43 PM
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You must marry, my boy. Seek a leggy brunette lady billionaire live body.


Posted by: Mr. Blandings | Link to this comment | 10- 2-10 4:52 PM
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17: The New Yorker desperately needs editors like Witt.


Posted by: Sir Kraab | Link to this comment | 10- 2-10 9:12 PM
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Yonder moby mopes. Maybe better save a limber betty.


Posted by: text | Link to this comment | 10- 3-10 12:43 AM
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You will find small jerry-can in the trunk of the car; please fill up to the indicated mileage mark that is, approximately, corresponding to distance between your fill location and your return location. On return show the receipt and the jerry can. Mismatches will be penalized.


Posted by: Earnest O'Nest | Link to this comment | 10- 3-10 3:11 AM
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24 is possibly right regarding the first word, but the rest is a total disaster.


Posted by: Awl | Link to this comment | 10- 3-10 5:25 AM
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25: You are absolutely right.


Posted by: Earnest O'Nest | Link to this comment | 10- 3-10 5:57 AM
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Your mom mean motherfucker, but such a little bitch.


Posted by: jim | Link to this comment | 10- 3-10 6:05 AM
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27: WHAT OF IT?


Posted by: OPINONATED CHIHUAHUA | Link to this comment | 10- 3-10 7:14 AM
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Yikes, mentioning mothers, might be scared anonymous little boy.


Posted by: text | Link to this comment | 10- 3-10 1:18 PM
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Does everybody else know what "Ymm mbsalb" means for reals? Because I have no idea.


Posted by: Moby Hick | Link to this comment | 10- 3-10 1:31 PM
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Moby doesn't know? Oh my.


Posted by: Eggplant | Link to this comment | 10- 3-10 1:53 PM
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Yesterday, many models mentioned barbary,
Sunday alligators licked bidets,


Posted by: text | Link to this comment | 10- 3-10 2:02 PM
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31 sb "You, Moby, may make bluffs, sensing a little bluster."


Posted by: Eggplant | Link to this comment | 10- 3-10 2:20 PM
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Your meter maid ... must be such a little bitch.

Your mileage meter ...

Your ... mother ...


Posted by: parsimon | Link to this comment | 10- 3-10 2:35 PM
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Really parsimon? I don't expect those sentiments from you.


Posted by: text | Link to this comment | 10- 3-10 2:37 PM
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What I mean to say is: I don't know what heebie's post title means. Maybe She Mangled It.


Posted by: parsimon | Link to this comment | 10- 3-10 2:48 PM
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I wonder if she rented the car from an agency with a name that starts with two 'm's. Why Must Metro Motors Be Such A Little Bitch?


Posted by: LizardBreath | Link to this comment | 10- 3-10 3:06 PM
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Maybe that's how "Hertz" sounds through a ball gag?


Posted by: Moby Hick | Link to this comment | 10- 3-10 3:42 PM
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Or is Avis the one where the counter people wear S & M stuff?


Posted by: Moby Hick | Link to this comment | 10- 3-10 3:48 PM
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Hertz is the one that gives you a free doughnut with each rental.


Posted by: Stanley | Link to this comment | 10- 3-10 4:21 PM
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Since nobody else is saying much, I'm going to note that I made my first pie crust yesterday. It was O.K., but not great. For my next attempt, I'm going to put the butter in the freezer for an hour after I cut it into chunks and not let a four year old use his own definition of "pulse" on the food processor.


Posted by: Moby Hick | Link to this comment | 10- 3-10 5:24 PM
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The crust was tender enough, but it wasn't flaky.


Posted by: Moby Hick | Link to this comment | 10- 3-10 5:32 PM
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Just like you, Moby!


Posted by: Stanley | Link to this comment | 10- 3-10 5:34 PM
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How does a four-year-old define "pulse"?


Posted by: Sifu Tweety | Link to this comment | 10- 3-10 5:50 PM
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I've been thinking about heebie's post, meanwhile (while I made minestrone soup, since I'm coming down with something vaguely cold-like). Why is requiring that the gas tank be full upon vehicle return so ghastly? That's standard policy. Perhaps it is the requirement that the tank be filled within a 10-mile radius; to have that spelled out is a little obnoxious, that's true, though one tends to do something like that anyway in order to ensure that the gas tank is more or less full. Probably it's the demand for a receipt. Why? one asks oneself.

I'm thinking there's an agreement between the rental place and nearby gas stations that they feed one another business. Hrm. Suspicious! Also maybe, the gas gauges on these vehicles aren't super-sensitive, so a person could fill the tank 30 miles !!! from the rental place, yet the gauge still shows a full tank! Problem!

Did I mention that I'm coming down with something?


Posted by: parsimon | Link to this comment | 10- 3-10 6:08 PM
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Often gas stations within 10 or so miles of an airport will be unrepentant price gougers; gas prices a dollar or more higher than the average for that area.


Posted by: Sifu Tweety | Link to this comment | 10- 3-10 6:10 PM
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The more better mileage a vehicle gets, the farther away one could fill the tank without any detectable change in the fuel gauge. Aha.

41: not let a four year old use his own definition of "pulse" on the food processor.

Teach everybody else about the definition of "pulse" while you're at it, please. My office-mate presses his dull pencil relentlessly down into the electric pencil sharpener until it slows to a labored groan. Then he makes a face and declares that the batteries must be dying. (No, dummy, you're burning out the motor. Pulse. Take a deep breath. Pulse.)


Posted by: parsimon | Link to this comment | 10- 3-10 6:18 PM
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a dollar or more higher

Per gallon?! Holy shit! I've never seen that.


Posted by: F | Link to this comment | 10- 3-10 6:19 PM
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Pulse, pulse, masturbate, pulse.


Posted by: F | Link to this comment | 10- 3-10 6:20 PM
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I've seen that in rental contracts, but I've never actually been asked for the receipt. One imagines this only comes into play when someone returns a car slightly under full, but then insists that they filled it up, the gauge is wrong, blah de blah de blah.


Posted by: oudemia | Link to this comment | 10- 3-10 6:48 PM
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Showing a receipt for number of gallons added (within a ten-mile radius) isn't going to prove that you actually topped off the tank, though.


Posted by: parsimon | Link to this comment | 10- 3-10 7:03 PM
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I think it's mostly just meant to define "full." (Not that this particular agreement actually uses the word, but it still needs to define the concept.)


Posted by: teofilo | Link to this comment | 10- 3-10 7:05 PM
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Well, it does say "fill up," which is basically the same.


Posted by: teofilo | Link to this comment | 10- 3-10 7:06 PM
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Showing a receipt for number of gallons added (within a ten-mile radius) isn't going to prove that you actually topped off the tank, though.

I suspect they're mostly looking at the date and time on the receipt rather than the amount.


Posted by: teofilo | Link to this comment | 10- 3-10 7:07 PM
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44: On the essay portion, very poorly. Basically, I mean that "stop" is the kind of message that takes a while to process especially if not stopping makes a nice noise.


Posted by: Moby Hick | Link to this comment | 10- 3-10 7:16 PM
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Teach everybody else about the definition of "pulse" while you're at it, please.

Thanks for the confidence, but I have other hobbies.


Posted by: Moby Hick | Link to this comment | 10- 3-10 7:17 PM
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54: Oh, I know. I was just quibbling. You'd have to do some notable calculations to just underfill the tank just prior to dropping the vehicle off.

I actually kinda sorta tried to do that with a truck rental (diesel fuel, huge gas tank in that thing, very expensive); we did not work it out right.


Posted by: parsimon | Link to this comment | 10- 3-10 7:19 PM
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I've only rented a car once. They told me I shouldn't fill it up before returning it because the price they would charge me for gas was less than I would get any gas station in the area. This sounded sketchy, but proved to be true.


Posted by: essear | Link to this comment | 10- 3-10 7:33 PM
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I've only rented a car once.

What?

I don't understand how this is possible. Don't you travel a lot?


Posted by: Sifu Tweety | Link to this comment | 10- 3-10 7:40 PM
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I've only had a real credit card for about two years, so before that I couldn't rent a car, even though it would have been convenient on occasion. But mostly I only travel to civilized places where I can get around via foot/train/bus, plus maybe a taxi ride to and from the airport.


Posted by: essear | Link to this comment | 10- 3-10 7:44 PM
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So, if you want to tailgate the big way and fill the entire trunk with ice and beer, you use your own car?


Posted by: Moby Hick | Link to this comment | 10- 3-10 7:48 PM
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OT: I'm curious whether anyone else here watches the Sunday talking head shows. Curious in particular about Christiane Amanpour, who recently took over as host of This Week on ABC. This morning she hosted a 'town-hall' discussion, more like a panel discussion, with some half-dozen panelists, in front of a live audience, on the rise of Islamophobia in the U.S. (ostensibly about the Park51 Islamic center). It was pretty riveting. Panelists included Daisy Khan, the wife of Imam Faisal Abdul Rauf, and Rev. Franklin Graham. Guess which sides they were respectively on. Gary Bauer showed up. A couple of people were available via satellite and spoke extremely well. There were numerous Muslims in the audience. At the very end, the mother of a young woman who was killed in the World Trade Center spoke forcefully to Graham about what an asshole he was stuff.

The write-up I've linked there doesn't do the show itself justice. Link to the show itself is here. It's worth watching.

The fact that a show like that is on a major network, on Sunday morning, is somewhat fascinating to me. Amanpour has been under attack for her hosting of This Week. What she's doing is rather different from what I've seen on these talking head shows; kudos to her. Obviously ABC is giving her rein to rework things, and I do hope she's not axed (for low ratings).


Posted by: parsimon | Link to this comment | 10- 3-10 7:59 PM
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Panelists included Daisy Khan

Dukes of Hazzard II: The Wrath of Khan.


Posted by: Moby Hick | Link to this comment | 10- 3-10 8:04 PM
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I don't even know what to make of that comment, Moby.


Posted by: parsimon | Link to this comment | 10- 3-10 8:21 PM
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Have you tried visualizing Ricardo Montalbán in jeans shorts?


Posted by: Moby Hick | Link to this comment | 10- 3-10 8:25 PM
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Recently, that is.


Posted by: Moby Hick | Link to this comment | 10- 3-10 8:29 PM
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Sorry, I'm grumpy. You're making dumb jokes about the woman's name. She's a courageous woman under significant attack, whether as a false Muslim for failing to wear a hijab, or as a seekrit terrorist intending to impose Sharia law on the land, and she continues to stand up in front of the world. So it makes me grumpy.

I also am clearly coming down with a cold or something.


Posted by: parsimon | Link to this comment | 10- 3-10 8:44 PM
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You're making dumb jokes [...] So it makes me grumpy.

Let me introduce you to Unfogged; have you met?


Posted by: redfoxtailshrub | Link to this comment | 10- 3-10 8:56 PM
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Suddenly I'm developing this bad habit of talking to the fictional people in my television. "What the hell, Megan? ... Damn it, Don! ... Really, Faye? Don't you know what that asshole just did?"

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Posted by: essear | Link to this comment | 10- 3-10 9:06 PM
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As though through a fog, I guess.

(/grump out)


Posted by: parsimon | Link to this comment | 10- 3-10 9:07 PM
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Fucking Bears.

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Posted by: Stanley | Link to this comment | 10- 3-10 9:08 PM
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I'm curious whether anyone else here watches the Sunday talking head shows.

I don't think I've ever watched a Sunday morning talking head show. On Sunday mornings when the weather is nice (like today) I'd rather be outside reading or doing something active; when it isn't nice, I'd rather be sleeping. I figure if anything important is revealed on one of the shows I'll learn it later, everything else (I assume) is inside baseball, mostly posturing and PR for the consumption of professional political people and journalists (which isn't to say that sort of thing doesn't have a necessary place in the information ecology). It's just: Sunday morning!


Posted by: Populuxe | Link to this comment | 10- 3-10 9:08 PM
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67: I feel vaguely guilty now, if that helps.


Posted by: Moby Hick | Link to this comment | 10- 3-10 9:13 PM
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I figure if anything important is revealed on one of the shows I'll learn it later...

For the same reason, I rarely watch a speech or debate.


Posted by: Moby Hick | Link to this comment | 10- 3-10 9:29 PM
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72: I'd never watched them either, but began about six months ago. I don't know; it fits into a different pattern of a Sunday morning, accompanied by a brunch plan, intermittent puttering around, and so on. You certainly get a different perspective watching policymakers in one-on-one interviews than you do any other wise. Or so I feel.

Anyway, yeah, it's the role of the Sunday shows in the information ecology, their impact, that I'm interested in. It's one reason I'm increasingly intrigued by what Amanpour is doing.


Posted by: parsimon | Link to this comment | 10- 3-10 9:33 PM
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71: That was a terrible football game; worse even than the redskins game today, which was also fairly awful in execution (on both sides). I didn't get to see any of the thrillers other than the Baltimore-Pittsburgh game.

max
['I guess I am paying for the sin of watching the end of the last games of the season for the Nat's and the O's.']


Posted by: max | Link to this comment | 10- 3-10 9:37 PM
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Who watches the Sunday morning shows, for the most part? I would have thought Real Americans™ are in church and the rest of us godless heathens are in bed.


Posted by: essear | Link to this comment | 10- 3-10 9:44 PM
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77: They don't really start until 10 a.m., and I usually manage to be up by then, despite being a godless heathen. I imagine it's political junkies who watch. Or ... actually, I don't know. The ads speak to people who might buy a new car, or who intend to vote (political campaign ads, these days), or investment or defense contractor ads or, lately, a lot of UPS ads. Don't know what the point of the last is.

The market is: power brokers.


Posted by: parsimon | Link to this comment | 10- 3-10 9:52 PM
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76: Yeah, I'm happy to have spent the day working on a car with my dad. I learned exciting new things about coolant.


Posted by: Stanley | Link to this comment | 10- 3-10 10:01 PM
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42 or wev: unless you use part butter part crisco you will never acheieve the shattering tender flakiness of a real American pie.


Posted by: alameida | Link to this comment | 10- 3-10 10:22 PM
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|| I just added a pic to the pool. Any thoughts on exactly what sort of bird that is (was)?|>


Posted by: CharleyCarp | Link to this comment | 10- 3-10 10:58 PM
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81: Really hard to tell from the pictures (the gorgeous dog is obscuring most of the key places I'd look to ID something) and I'm no Montana bird expert, but my first thought was a grouse, and from some googling, I'd guess perhaps maybe a Spruce Grouse.


Posted by: Parenthetical | Link to this comment | 10- 3-10 11:43 PM
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That was kind of what I was thinking too, (), but the wings seem kind of dark.


Posted by: CharleyCarp | Link to this comment | 10- 3-10 11:48 PM
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I'm looking mostly at the tail because that's generally a key ID place. I'm having a hard time deciding and all my bird books are in the car (and I'm lazy), but I think the darker wings would still be consistent with the Spruce. But again, I am kind of terrible at ID'ing birds.


Posted by: Parenthetical | Link to this comment | 10- 3-10 11:57 PM
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You put a bird in the pool? That seems like the kind of thing Moby* would do.

* Who shouldn't feel guilty at all. Seriously.


Posted by: ari | Link to this comment | 10- 4-10 12:32 AM
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Awl was absolutely right.


Posted by: Earnest O'Nest | Link to this comment | 10- 4-10 12:45 AM
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78: Also CSPAN radio replays the audio portion of the shows in the afternoon. Listening to that has been a part of my Sunday routine for over ten years, though I've missed the last few due to doing stuff combined with danger of violence against my radio what with all the Park51 bullshit.


Posted by: togolosh | Link to this comment | 10- 4-10 8:03 AM
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it's the role of the Sunday shows in the information ecology, their impact, that I'm interested in.

I've always imagined (being nearly totally ignorant of the business of producing news-talk shows) that their role is one of setting the tone for a news cycle. Guests use their appearance to present what are elaborate press releases for a particular action or opinion, while the hosts model (you might say) some notion of an ideal political subject: educated, connected, informed, and impartial. The degree to which this activity is all kabuki probably varies from a little to a lot depending on the network, the show, the participants, and the topic. Among people who "do politics" professionally, these shows signal who's up, who's down, what can be acted on now, what must wait, what can and can't be talked about right now, as well as other things that would be meaningful to me, probably, if I were one of those people. Which I'm not, so they aren't.

Assessing the impact of the Sunday shows sounds like a marketing question. And I don't know from marketing. But I'm not at all surprised to learn that the commercials are campaign ads and ads for investment brokers, defense contractors, and car companies. The producers of these shows believe, presumably, that the audience for these shows are politically involved/influential, have disposable incomes, and want to know what Brown can do for them.


Posted by: Populuxe | Link to this comment | 10- 4-10 9:19 AM
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the audience for these shows are politically involved/influential, have disposable incomes, and want to know what Brown can do for them.

While true, it doesn't explain why ADM and Boeing advertise on these shows. I don't think anyone watching is in the market for a trainload of high fructose corn syrup or a couple of C-17s.


Posted by: Tasseled Loafered Leech | Link to this comment | 10- 4-10 10:58 AM
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Congressional aides watch it. They might talk to their bosses about ag policy or defense expenditures.


Posted by: Bostoniangirl | Link to this comment | 10- 4-10 1:25 PM
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I think TLL's point was that buying ads on those shows is often an attempt to make the media less likely to send Mike Wallace down to your office than to actually reach the people watching the show.


Posted by: Moby Hick | Link to this comment | 10- 4-10 1:29 PM
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It is all part of the media/ beltway backscratch daisychain.


Posted by: Tasseled Loafered Leech | Link to this comment | 10- 4-10 4:02 PM
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Wait, isn't Heebie back? WHY WON"T SHE EXPLAIN WHAT THIS MEANS?? What is Heebie hiding?


Posted by: Robert Halford | Link to this comment | 10- 4-10 5:02 PM
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88: their role is one of setting the tone for a news cycle. Guests use their appearance to present what are elaborate press releases for a particular action or opinion, while the hosts model (you might say) some notion of an ideal political subject: educated, connected, informed, and impartial.

Sure, to an extent, though the tone and subject matter has already been set. The shows read more or less like an extension of the NYT or Washington Post op-ed pages. I don't avoid those papers (well, actually don't read the Washington Post regularly) out of distaste, and don't object to the Sunday shows out of distaste either.

I'll mention again that I'm pleased with what Christiane Amanpour is doing precisely because she's deviating, not only in degree of obeisance, but also in format and subject matter, from the usual. Not always, but frequently enough. She's shifting the nature of the discussion. This write-up captures it fairly well.


Posted by: parsimon | Link to this comment | 10- 4-10 6:06 PM
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94: She's shifting the nature of the discussion.

Which she will probably get a chance to do for a few more months at most. "Washington always wins", especially in Washington.


Posted by: JP Stormcrow | Link to this comment | 10- 4-10 7:40 PM
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95: Mm, yeah, maybe so. I suppose I'm trying to drum up support or something. I'm actually quite surprised at ABC for taking her on; it'll be sad if they get rid of her. And it's not like she's Rachel Maddow or anything; she is toeing the line to a fair degree. Just a small shift, but welcome.


Posted by: parsimon | Link to this comment | 10- 4-10 7:45 PM
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Does Rachel Maddow know what "Ymm mbsalb" means? Or Amanpour?


Posted by: Moby Hick | Link to this comment | 10- 4-10 7:48 PM
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Congressional aides watch it. They might talk to their bosses about ag policy or defense expenditures.

Presumably this is the same reason there was a Northrop Grumman ad for an unmanned drone on Ezra Klein's blog the other day. I mean, I know it's a wonkish policy blog at the Washington Post, but it's Ezra Klein for fuck's sake.


Posted by: Ginger Yellow | Link to this comment | 10- 5-10 9:29 AM
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Unmanned drones, covered by the 2nd Amendment? Next week on Meet the Press.


Posted by: JP Stormcrow | Link to this comment | 10- 5-10 10:13 AM
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Unmanned drones, covered by the 2nd Amendment? Next week on Meet the Press.

You mean you don't have one, JP? Radio controlled model plane with some C4. Easy Peasy.


Posted by: Tasseled Loafered Leech | Link to this comment | 10- 5-10 10:20 AM
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