Where in the world are you?

The crush of stuff I alluded to earlier in the week has arrived, so I’m calling in sick today. However, I have a fabulous time-waster for you today: Geo Guesser, in which you are served a random Google Maps street view from somewhere in the world, and asked to figure out where you are. I played two rounds, scored 11,000 and 9,000 points respectively, and am really hoping no one does this as an iPad app, because then I’ll get nothing done.

But you geography nerds will enjoy. My tips: Street signs. License plates. Flags. Cars. Pavement quality. Your gut. This is what will carry you along.

I’ll be back Monday.

Posted at 12:51 am in Same ol' same ol' |

69 responses to “Where in the world are you?”

  1. Crabby said on May 17, 2013 at 2:11 am

    Hope my link doesn’t crash the thread

    My Map

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  2. Dexter said on May 17, 2013 at 3:11 am

    Kai the Hatchet Wielding Hitchhiker was arrested at a bus stop Thursday after a manhunt. He is suspected of murdering an older gentleman , a lawyer as it were, after a sex hook-up.
    Kai, from hero to suspect…fame flees quickly.

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  3. alex said on May 17, 2013 at 7:26 am

    Well I bombed bigtime on the geo guesser. For some reason Australia looked to me very much like Africa and Australia came up multiple times. I thought each time this surely must finally be Africa, but no.

    This Kai character, who Dex posted about, is giving me flashbacks of Andrew Cunanan, the guy who murdered Gianni Versace and quite a few other people in a serial rampage of killings from Minnesota to Miami in the course of a week or so in 1997. I was living in Chicago at the time and when Cunanan came through there, he murdered the real estate magnate Lee Miglin, who apparently must have had a thing for male prostitutes, much to the chagrin of his wife, Marilyn, who runs a high-end perfumery and makeup boutique on the Gold Coast and peddles her stuff on QVC. The Miglin family were adamant that there was no such relationship between Lee Miglin and Cunanan and that it must have been a random or chance encounter, as you’d expect.

    Which calls to mind Jeffrey Dahmer, who reportedly used to come down to Chicago from Milwaukee to seduce guys to go home with him. A neighbor down the hall in my building was found murdered in his condo and there was some speculation among his friends that it could have been Dahmer, even though it didn’t fit Dahmer’s generally known pattern of taking people home and cannibalizing on them. But who’s to say Dahmer wasn’t trying to cajole my neighbor into going back there with him?

    Xavier was the guy’s name and he was the manager of a bank in Skokie. One Sunday night he got a call from the Skokie police that the bank’s alarm was sounding and they needed him to come up there. He took a cab to the bank, re-set the alarm, then took a cab back to Boyztown where he stopped in at a gay bar for a nightcap. He then apparently brought someone home with him who killed him. I’m not even sure how he was killed—the police interviewed just about all of his neighbors and acquaintances and when we compared our stories, some had the impression that Xavier had been shot while others had been given the impression that he’d been knifed.

    Dahmer’s arrest in Milwaukee came just a few short months later, and by coincidence I was in Milwaukee that very weekend. A friend who was a grad student at the School of the Art Institute was having an exhibit of his paintings in a gallery there. As I recall it was stiflingly hot and the air in that town had a distinctly Limburger-like reek going on. The next day, when I turned on the TV, Dahmer was the big story. It mentioned that neighbors had noted a stench coming from Dahmer’s apartment, and it took a long time before I could shake the disgusting olfactory memory of the malodorous miasma of downtown Milwaukee from the night before and to this day it still turns my stomach.

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  4. Mark P said on May 17, 2013 at 8:50 am

    It is a fun game. I got 15,000 on one try, but that’s because I had actually stood very close to where one of the shots was made in Charleston, SC.

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  5. Peter said on May 17, 2013 at 9:31 am

    Mark, you outdid me, I got +14000 – I got two within 100 mi, but on one shot I was two continents off.

    Well, this is going to be a magnificent waste of time.

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  6. Minnie said on May 17, 2013 at 10:04 am

    Now you’ve done it.

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  7. Bob (not Greene) said on May 17, 2013 at 10:07 am

    That was evil of you Nancy. I have work to do, you know. I got 15,373.

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  8. Deborah said on May 17, 2013 at 10:10 am

    I’m terrible at the game, I make too many wild guesses from the gut. I’ll try it again later, will take more time and look harder for clues. This is kind of like Andrew Sullivan’s View From My Window puzzles on The Dish. For that you not only have to figure out the location but the exact building window from which the photo was taken.

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  9. Dorothy said on May 17, 2013 at 10:19 am

    NEW LOVE! I got 8,818 on my first try, then 13,770 on the second. I’ll stop listing what I get because it’s only going to get worse as the day goes on. Thanks for giving me something to do while my boss is out until next Thursday!

    Speaking of Google Maps, my daughter found herself (and her dog and her boyfriend) recently. They remembered seeing the Google car go by one day while they were out walking and she went in search of the image. Plug in 248 Colonial Avenue, Norfolk VA and scroll/click around until you see a couple walking a dog. They are wearing combinations of red and blue shirts and shorts. Gracie is the little Cocker Spaniel.

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  10. Bob (not Greene) said on May 17, 2013 at 10:39 am

    23,195. OK that’s it, godammit.

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  11. LAMary said on May 17, 2013 at 10:39 am

    You guys are getting South Carolina and I’m getting Slovenia.

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  12. MaryRC said on May 17, 2013 at 11:10 am

    Dorothy, I found your daughter and her boyfriend and Gracie. I kept trying to zoom in on them but I’m horrible at zooming and I wound up looking at a stretch of water in an area called Mowbray Arch. I swear I found them again!

    Not too distinct but it was a couple wearing red and blue and walking a little dog. I suppose it’s not surprising that if you’re in an area that Google is mapping, you could wind up in more than one shot. I want to say it was 507 Mowbray Arch but I can’t find it now. There’s a path beside water, two women and a baby carriage, and the couple is walking ahead of them. I have to go but I’ll keep trying.

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  13. Kath said on May 17, 2013 at 11:15 am

    Things I’ve learned so far: if it looks like rural Minnesota, but the cars are small, it’s probably Sweden. Also, eastern Texas and Botswana look a lot alike.

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  14. coozledad said on May 17, 2013 at 11:19 am

    Wonder which Republicans knew about the doctored emails, and how many of them ought to go to jail?

    Boehner and McConnel need to answer some questions in front of a grand jury.

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  15. Dorothy said on May 17, 2013 at 11:26 am

    I don’t think you can really zoom in to see them closer, MaryRC, because when I click on it, it’s a different view/time at that spot and they’re gone like magic! The camera takes pictures, not video, so I think the zooming feature is not always available.

    Gracie is extremely photogenic (says the proud grandma-of-a-dog). Here are a few shots of her: http://www.flickr.com/photos/lauramichalski/8342093299/in/photostream, http://www.flickr.com/photos/lauramichalski/8278709062/in/photostream

    Can’t post anymore links or I’ll be tossed into moderation or something!

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  16. Dorothy said on May 17, 2013 at 11:28 am

    A lot of Gracie, starting nearly 8 years ago when she was a pup: http://www.flickr.com/photos/lauramichalski/sets/977484/

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  17. Basset said on May 17, 2013 at 11:28 am

    No good at it myself… “hmmmm, looks like Colorado.”. Pan over and right there’s an Austrian border sign.

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  18. MichaelG said on May 17, 2013 at 11:46 am

    That geo site is blocked here at work. I’ll have to wait until I get home.

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  19. nancy said on May 17, 2013 at 12:00 pm

    I got one last night that looked like a joke — a straight two-lane road stretching forever in both directions. Red soil, low trees. I thought it might be Georgia, but there was no signage anywhere. A few clicks down the road (which was in good repair) I saw a car, driving on the left. Googled “countries where they drive on the left” and took my best guess: Australia. It was the closest I got, at something like 115 km.

    There’s a famous Google Street View photo from Detroit, of a bunch of punk-ass kids standing on a front porch, one brandishing an assault rifle.

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  20. Judybusy said on May 17, 2013 at 12:02 pm

    Oh, that site looks like fun–I will have to do it at home–work’s way too busy for more than just a quick hullo.

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  21. brian stouder said on May 17, 2013 at 12:25 pm

    1. I, too, look forward to checking out Nancy’s fun-sounding bon-bon…although I’ll certainly suck wind

    2. Alex is on a tear this week! Evocative posts all around (I can definitely identify with vivid memories tied to strong scents)

    3.A great post from Cooz on this massive Republigoon political rut (in both the roadway and the biological sense), regarding the Benghazi attack. If they want to beat on the president, they have a real thing or two at hand, nowadays, and instead they stick with an issue that’s a proven loser.

    4. There’s a famous Google Street View photo from Detroit, of a bunch of punk-ass kids standing on a front porch, one brandishing an assault rifle.
    And indeed, it’s not too much to say that if the exact same pose showed white kids standing over dead animals, it would bring joyful tears to the eyes of the gun-nut crowd.

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  22. alex said on May 17, 2013 at 12:28 pm

    Don’t know if I could find it now, but I saw a Google Street View on a blog one time showing a hooker giving a blowjob in Liverpool, England. Come to think of it, this might have been on a web site devoted to funny Google Street Views.

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  23. nancy said on May 17, 2013 at 12:33 pm

    Correction: Can’t confirm an assault rifle, but a long gun of some sort.

    And Alex, it was a hand job, and it was in Manchester. How a guy could achieve an orgasm in this particular situation simply escapes me.

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  24. alex said on May 17, 2013 at 12:36 pm

    Dat be da one. Short-term memory ain’t what it used to be.

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  25. Minnie said on May 17, 2013 at 12:39 pm

    Dorothy, good to meet your daughter, her boyfriend, and Gracie, though at a distance. Have walked down that very street toward The Hague, the body of water that MaryRC discovered.

    Okay, MUST quit traveling by computer and start traveling by foot and car to take care of the afternoon’s business.

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  26. coozledad said on May 17, 2013 at 1:21 pm

    How a guy could achieve an orgasm in this particular situation simply escapes me.
    I’ve seen a roomate boffing his date not two feet away from me while I was trying to finish reading Michael Grant’s History of Rome for a midterm.
    I think he could have achieved orgasm while being suffocated in a bag of hair.

    Men shoot when they’re hanged, too, but that’s more of a physiological matter.

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  27. Prospero said on May 17, 2013 at 1:22 pm

    Very cool story, Woder if they both pledged Omega? And yeah, that is not PC, but really?

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  28. Dexter said on May 17, 2013 at 1:31 pm

    Yeah, that handie went viral. I think it was because the whole scene was so bizarre. Such an invasion of privacy. Oh wait…guess not.

    Last evening at sunset my brother called me…”I think I have a gas leak” he says, and wanted me to drive over to Waterloo and see what I thought. I was overwhelmed at the stench when I opened the back door, but it smelled like a skunk more than a natural gas leak.
    We called NIPSCO and they told us the routine, don’t open or close any windows, don’t make any spark, don’t turn on or shut off any lights, and get out NOW. He was drunk so I drove him to an Auburn motel for the night, throwing his bicycle in the van for him to get home today.
    The gas people came last night and inspected the entire house and found no gas leaks.
    I seriously think my first impression was right: skunk got in somehow and sprayed. Do skunks get down inside chimneys?

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  29. brian stouder said on May 17, 2013 at 1:44 pm

    My question on the hand-job is – what would such a thing cost?

    I mean – if, on the menu of available options, there is the Good Ol’ Fashioned Roll in the Hay (which I’m assuming is the most expensive thing – like Prime Rib with a great salad bar and then mud pie for desert), then what would percent of GOFRH would a hand-job be?

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  30. coozledad said on May 17, 2013 at 2:00 pm

    I’m sure there’s some pretty expensive stuff out there, but an undouched sling assisted Kong chew toy insertion and retrieval probably runs into some money, if you’re paying for it.

    There ought to be a blue book for those services.

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  31. brian stouder said on May 17, 2013 at 2:03 pm

    I bet there’s an ap for that!

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  32. LAMary said on May 17, 2013 at 2:06 pm

    When I lived in NYC I worked for a wholesale food company whose office was in the Hunts Point neighborhood of the Bronx. Notorious place for hookers. Now this was 30 years ago, but at that time a handy was 5 bucks.

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  33. BigHank53 said on May 17, 2013 at 2:09 pm

    Something like the flat rate book for auto repairs would be the best model. It gives the average time a particular repair takes, one multiplies it by the hourly labor rate, and there you are.

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  34. brian stouder said on May 17, 2013 at 2:10 pm

    I think a teeth-cleaning would be more pleasant…in fact, I’m sure of it!

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  35. coozledad said on May 17, 2013 at 2:13 pm

    A teeth cleaning? Must be some kind of watersports with a toothbrush.

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  36. brian stouder said on May 17, 2013 at 2:27 pm

    Y’know, I decided to throw away $1 on the $550,000,000 Power Ball today at lunch….and THEN I found it costs $2!

    I was shocked! And this (being shocked over a $2 waste of money, instead of a $1 waste of money) made me feel old.

    But, I bought one anyway.

    (the other day, the guy ahead of me at the gas station – who looked like he didn’t have a pot to piss in – blew $100 on lottery tickets! I think I can honestly say I’d sooner go for the hand-job in the alley than the wad of papers with worthless numbers – if only because the economic stimulous [so to speak] stays local….but we digress)

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  37. Brandon said on May 17, 2013 at 2:42 pm


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  38. brian stouder said on May 17, 2013 at 2:54 pm

    Brandon, I’m callin’ bullshit on that one!

    Julia Louis Dreyfuss worth $3,000,000,000??

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  39. Jenine said on May 17, 2013 at 3:04 pm

    @Dexter: skunks are nefarious and fearless and I wouldn’t put spraying in the chimney past them. They like to live under buildings and if they spray right under your room, urgh.

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  40. Brandon said on May 17, 2013 at 3:09 pm

    I think most of the money is a family fortune. Check out her Wikipedia page.

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  41. brian stouder said on May 17, 2013 at 3:31 pm


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  42. Sherri said on May 17, 2013 at 7:51 pm

    OK, I wasted way too much time on geoguesser today, and was getting better at it, but then it dumped me underwater on a coral reef!

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  43. MaryRC said on May 17, 2013 at 8:52 pm

    Dorothy, thanks for the Gracie pics! She is a darling.

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  44. Jeff (the mild-mannered one) said on May 17, 2013 at 11:10 pm

    9,810. I called my last one Bermuda and it turned out to be a second location on New Zealand’s North Island, which I figured wouldn’t come up. Shows what assumptions can do to you!

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  45. Dexter said on May 18, 2013 at 12:08 am

    Cleveland has a little bit to celebrate over…in the tenth inning the second baseman of the Tribe blasted a three run home run ending the tie game, then the team put on a giant fireworks show, and the joint was pretty-much packed for once. Cleveland needed a little joy. Here is a shitty cellie vid:

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  46. alex said on May 18, 2013 at 8:42 am

    If a handjob was five bucks in the Bronx thirty years ago, a gumjob on Sheffield just south of Wrigley Field cost the same only eight years ago as I recall. Not from personal experience, mind you. I just remember one occasion walking on that street with a friend right before a Saturday afternoon Cubs game past the usual ticket scalpers and hucksters hitting on tourists with stolen necklaces and stuff purported to be cocaine. Among them was an edentulous woman calling out, “Hey boys, five bucks’ll do ya!”

    Jenine, my experience with skunks doesn’t suggest that they’re nefarious or fearless; rather they panic easily and let loose when there’s a perceived threat. One summer I evidently had one burrowing someplace in my front yard and every evening it perfumed the atmosphere because the human activity around it was probably stressing it out.

    No worries about any such critters this year as a ferile calico cat has shown up in the last few weeks. I have mixed feelings about it. The chipmunks and bunnies destroy my garden and if the cat keeps the population down I won’t be too upset about it; on the other hand, I would dread finding a litter of kittens on my property and I don’t really want to see it mauling the birds. My partner keeps throwing it meat scraps because he’d like to see the chipmunk population reduced, and so do I, and there’s no good way to do it otherwise.

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  47. Basset said on May 18, 2013 at 10:50 am

    Calico cats, btw, are almost always female. Very rare to find a male, dunno why.

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  48. brian stouder said on May 18, 2013 at 12:37 pm

    I guess I was in no mood for the Google game. Bought (ptrol-powered) weed whip from WalMart that turned out to be a worthless piece of junk. It starts, it runs like a champ, but the weed whip line itself wouldn’t spin fast enough to whip any weeds! I dis-assembled/re-assembled – no luck. Hit Uncle Google, watched some idiot on YouTube for 10 minutes(!) building the stupid thing (and, trust me, this guy makes ME look like a handy-man! To be honest, I found his video entertaining, even if utterly un-informative)….and then I gave up.

    I was thinking I was stuck with the damned thing, but Pam reminded me that – despite what the paperwork always says on these things – you CAN de-fuel and then return the thing to WalMart, which I did.

    For that reason alone, I love WalMart!

    And then, I took the plunge and exchanged it for the Black & Decker lithium battery whip, which is now charging – and which already looks like twice the tool the other one was – and only $15 more.

    Anyway – from that bit of ineptitude I went into the Google map thing, and had a hell of a time figuring out the controls, and then bagged it.

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  49. LAMary said on May 18, 2013 at 12:42 pm

    Calico cats are almost always female and orange cats are almost always male. My little cat Anna is an orange female so she’s very special.

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  50. Prospero said on May 18, 2013 at 3:00 pm

    Fracking GOPers, can’t get over Tricky Milhous and they are still pissed that Kerry took down the Raygunistas. Look up Iran -Contra, a real scandal:


    Consider that there was aa Whitewater Investigation run by Lawrence Walsh before Ken Starr got his porn on. Walsh managed to run through $2.5 mill,
    Starr, more like $75 mill. That’s fiscal responsibility if I ever saw it.

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  51. Prospero said on May 18, 2013 at 3:38 pm

    Mary@32: But you don’t know where that hand has been.

    Jobs, jobs, jobs right Oompa and Yertle?

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  52. Prospero said on May 18, 2013 at 4:39 pm

    I seem to recall that Nancy was involved in some way with making this movie, The Wars of Other Men. I sent some Kickstarter cash, and recently got a copy of the film by download. it is damn good, and I’d recommend seeing it if you get the chance.

    In all the Benghazi blather, does anybody think about the 54 attacks on American embaassies, andd thirteen deaths, that happenedd when Shrubco was pretending to run things.

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  53. Charlotte said on May 18, 2013 at 5:03 pm

    @Dexter — I had a skunk spray in my house a few years ago (came in through the dog door headed for the basement — dog in basement spooked it back outside but not before it sprayed). Woke me up at 3AM — I thought something was burning. The smell was so weird — like burning plastic? I thought it was outside, so I closed all the windows … doh. Took weeks to fully clear out from the basement stairs. Luckily the dog only got a glancing blow and the old standby cure worked (bucket of dish soap, baking soda and hydrogen peroxide).

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  54. LAMary said on May 18, 2013 at 6:04 pm

    Close range skunk smells like garlic burning in a plastic container. I’ve hade several opportunities to analyze that smell and that’s the closest I can get to describing it. My old dog Sophie got skunked regularly. We stopped counting at 16 times.

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  55. Prospero said on May 18, 2013 at 6:20 pm

    IRS scandal is bullshit.

    These “social welfare” organizations — a category once dominated by civic leagues and volunteer associations but now comprising many distinctly political groups — can’t make politics their primary focus. In practice, however, they can spend anything short of 50 percent of their time fighting the good political fight. They’re not supposed to campaign for specific candidates, but they’re allowed to engage in voter education, and sometimes they “educate” voters about why an incumbent politician has a horrible record and needs to go. As a bonus, 502(c)(4)s don’t have to disclose where their donations come from, which has made them popular destinations for corporate contributions allowed by the Supreme Court’s 2010Citizens United decision.

    The sole purpose of these clearly flagraartly political organizations registering as 502C(4)s is to hide where the money is coming from. In the time period under discussion, there were 300 investigations. 75 of them were “tea party” or “patriot” groups. Sort of stands to reason, considering the ridiculous proliferation of such groups since the country elected that Kenyan anti–colonial socialist guy. And none of these groups performs any social welfare functions of any sort.

    I always have heard that tomato juice is the way to wash out skunk spray, the chief ingredient of which is mercaptan. That’s what they did in The Partridge Family.

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  56. Prospero said on May 18, 2013 at 8:39 pm

    Now here is a scandal worthy of the name, unless you think black and Latino voters should only count 3/5.

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  57. Prospero said on May 18, 2013 at 9:00 pm

    Jenine@ 39, “nefarious and fearless” sounds like a perfect description of raccoons. Scary animals that I wouldn’t be surprised could actually kill people. Years ago when I was young, a racoon got in the attic of our house in Birmingham MI and raised hell. I went up there thinking I’d just grab him by the tail and bring him down. NFW. That thing scared me more than a snake. And he was a big mofo. When we finally trapped him, he weighed in at 60lbs. Professionals should have been brought in. I’d rather deal with a gator.

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  58. Dexter said on May 18, 2013 at 10:48 pm

    The very best, the perfect comment on the dumb question, “So what would you do if you hit the Powerball for $600 million”?
    “Charles Hill of Dallas says he buys lottery tickets every day. And he knows exactly what he’d do if he wins.

    “What would I do with my money? I’d run and hide,” he said. “I wouldn’t want none of my kinfolks to find me.”

    Read more: http://www.sfgate.com/news/texas/article/Last-minute-fortune-seekers-buy-Powerball-tickets-4527603.php#ixzz2ThcieqoJ

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  59. Dexter said on May 18, 2013 at 10:51 pm

    “Just one more” , I kept telling myself all day long, and now I have stopped five different places to buy a Powerball ticket. Because you just never know. 🙂

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  60. MichaelG said on May 18, 2013 at 11:22 pm

    Tomato juice most assuredly works. I saw poor Aimee get it from a range of about three inches. It was the first time she had seen a skunk and had no idea of what was on the horizon. I was about 50 feet away and headed for the kitchen as soon as it happened. Poor dog was in agony having caught it right in the face. The tomato juice provided instant relief. It wasn’t 100% but nothing would be. Aimee looked like I’d cut her throat.

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  61. Prospero said on May 18, 2013 at 11:31 pm

    I hope you win, Dexter. I’d buy an island in the St. Lawrence Seaway and an apartment in Manhattan. And I’d be very generous. Why the hell not.

    Yesterday’s pickle head reeminded me of Karen Finley: http://vimeo.com/46685460

    How cool is a major leaguer playing catch with a kid in the stands. Reminds me of my days at Cranbrook summer camp when the Lions weree there. They were a helluva bunch, and very nice to the kids. Roger Brown and Karras were hilarious. Brown, Alex Karras, Sam Williams, and Darris McCord, as great a Dline as ever played.

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  62. Minnie said on May 19, 2013 at 12:17 pm

    Damn. I’m on Nancy’s Australian endless two-lane. All I can think of kilometer after kilometer is Dave Alvin’s lyric, “They never found my body, boys, or understood my mind.”

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  63. Dexter said on May 19, 2013 at 12:41 pm

    Zephyrhills , Florida , home of the oldest human aggregate in the universe, has produced the winning Powerball ticket. Ho hum. No more reports, I am bored with it.

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  64. coozledad said on May 19, 2013 at 1:49 pm

    H/T Thers

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  65. Prospero said on May 19, 2013 at 4:45 pm

    GOPers have voted to repeal ACA 37 times now in ;the house. This insane obsession is costing lot of money.

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  66. Basset said on May 19, 2013 at 8:51 pm

    Three women will run in the Indianapolis 500 this year, two Brits and one Brazilian. No Danica; she continues to have middling results at best in NASCAR, which just changed the rules for one of its midseason exhibition races to ensure that she got in.

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  67. Joe K said on May 19, 2013 at 10:24 pm

    The fix was in last night, no way she gets in as a fan favorite, I call her the moving chicane, ran around at the back of the pack again. If Shawna Robison would have had Danica’s equipment she would have been the one, that girl could flat out race. I was also told by a very good source, who drove against her, that Sarah Fisher was the best of them all. If she would have had a teammate she would have won in Michigan a few years back.
    Pilot Joe

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  68. brian stouder said on May 19, 2013 at 10:38 pm

    I watched Sarah Fisher racing a dirt car at Eldora, Ohio.

    That is one very fine race car driver

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  69. Joe K said on May 19, 2013 at 11:38 pm

    Pilot Joe

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