Ahhhhh, you know, I don’t have a whole lot to discuss this week EXCEPT for the fact that the president has been working to assure us that he is brilliant and sane even as his Department of Justice is clearly lining up to prosecute his opponent in the 2016 election.

Again, this is happening too:

And…

What do you make of this?  Is Trump nuts or is he just running interference for Sessions?  I don’t know.  Maybe he’s just cruelly trolling the shit out of his opponents; torturing them before the legal jeopardy he has ordered falls upon them.

From my point of view, Democrats have no right to complain about any prosecutions Trump brings over the 2016 election.  They’ve spent the entire year trying to bring him down over the Russia narrative.  Why should he be merciful now?  I think he’s having fun with it.  It’s sadistic, but fair.

Speaking of being sadistic (but not necessarily fair), I had a great time last night playing Munchkin with the neighbors last night.  We had some great fellowship, I called Mrs Thrill a “bitch” when she kept catching me cheating, and then I screwed up the scheduling on this post.  Hence, it’s late today.

Munchkin.  A magical gaming experience.

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Judge Dredd, Pro Se

Not interested in adding hype to trump and bannon trolling everyone into buying a stupid gossip book. Never gave a fuck about Hillary Clinton. Ended up not voting for her because California went for her anyway. Watching everyone in Washington criminalize each other’s behavior out is speactacular to me. Keep the metoo stuff up, and the Russian investigation, and keep purging the senate and congress until they all understand their job is to rat each other out for the benefit of the taxpayer. I’m actually more than ecstatic to see this loophole! https://apple.news/AwEEksSFyS-Sfzg4sgtqt9Q Who would’ve ever thought that the republicucks… Read more »

Oprah Winfrey unofficially announced that she was running for President at the Golden Globes. Everyone wore black, so it was either a wake or a butlers’ convention.

Zurvan

Trump Tower in NYC is on fire this morning. Depending on who you listen to, it’s either the best, most genius fire ever, or a sign from God that Trump is going down.

Santino

I have a question for all you muscle-heads out there. I’ve been following this strength routine for about 3 months now. I’ve certainly gained strength and muscle (to the point that my shirt and pants are getting a little tight). I don’t want to grow any more. I think I prefer more tone and keep my cardio up for sports. Any recommendations on a program to follow after doing strength exercises?

Judge Dredd, Pro Se

I’d need to know what strength program you were on and how you ate during this program. It could be just a simple fix but it’s shooting in the dark without at least those details.

Santino

I’d need to know what strength program you were on and how you ate during this program. It could be just a simple fix but it’s shooting in the dark without at least those details.

It’s called StrongLifts 5×5 (https://stronglifts.com/5×5/). I didn’t have a restrictive diet. That’s not to say I ate burgers and fries every meal. I ate about 80-85% home cooked meals, including lunch at work. I try to make the healthy choice when eating out. Drinking beer was also on the menu, but that’s usually a weekend only thing.

Judge Dredd, Pro Se

So the 5×5 is a great powerlifting workout. 4 lifts, 5 sets of 5, and 5 pound increments of weight added each workout. It’s recommended in the beginning because you learn the lifts and your strength will increase a lot until you find your plateau max. Then you’ll hear about 7-5-3, 5-3-1, etc. Long story short, based on your disclosure you worked out, and grew. That means you were in caloric surplus. To lose weight you’d eat less (or better). The trick here: how fast your metabolism is determined by how much lean muscle you have. That’s why the frail… Read more »

Zurvan

James Damore has sued Google for discrimination. In other news, Congressional Democrats shot themselves in the foot (figuratively). Over the course of the two-and-a-half year investigation, agents tried to buy firearms illegally on the “Surface Web” and the “Dark Web,” generally by sharing their status as “prohibited individuals” or trying to buy across state lines. But the GAO revealed that their 72 attempts outside of the dark web were all “unsuccessful.” Two and a half year operation, and they managed to buy a whole two guns across state lines (which is illegal) on the dark web (but they didn’t disclose… Read more »

Santino

Thanks for the info JDPS. The main reason I asked is a trainer at the gym said I was doing too much power lifting. So I went back to the site, and it said I should keep with it. Just looking for another opinion. I’ll work harder on the diet aspect of it.

If you’d like me to recommend a couple channels I’d be more than happy to.

Yes please!!!

Some 20 year old diaper shitter doesn’t know the first thing about life or diet.

Full on lol on that one 🙂

Judge Dredd, Pro Se

Don’t get me started on personal trainers. Especially in the big box gyms the last thing I’d do is take advice from some noodle arm twink with a man bun. I see those dipshits out in full force all the time with the resistance bands and balance balls injuring middle aged housewives. They’re certified in a weekend, if you can believe that, and given a pdf certificate to then turn around and essentially sell you steroids or a crash diet for the small amount of time you pay them. They know you’ll come to the conclusion quickly that you’re paying… Read more »

Santino

Awesome, thanks!

Zurvan

So let me get this straight. A federal judge has blocked President Donald Trump’s effort to shut-down the Obama-era program that provides quasi-legal status and work permits to foreigners who entered the U.S. illegally as children. In a ruling Tuesday evening, San Francisco-based U.S. District Court judge William Alsup ordered the administration to resume accepting renewal applications for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, better known as DACA. Obama institutes DACA through an executive order, and is on record saying it was temporary, and that he technically didn’t have legal authority to do it, but did it anyway. Trump… Read more »

Judge Dredd, Pro Se

https://charlieintel.com/2018/01/12/man-swatted-address-kanas-lead-death-innocent-man-charged-involuntary-manslaughter/ Looks like that state of Kansas is going for the Hail Mary with burriss. As I said before (and still stick by) he can’t be charged for a crime he didn’t commit. Not being physically within 2000 miles of the murder will be tough for the prosecution to establish a connection. I don’t think the manslaughter charge will even stick, and all Kansas can do is throw the book at him for the false police report. My personal opinion is the defense is first going to make a mockery out of the jury selection and then inevitably turn the… Read more »

Judge Dredd, Pro se

It’s interesting and I do believe Frey has the bonafides to accurately point out statute under California law. So, if anything we can consider this an expert opinion, and I’m glad that some proffesionals like himself speak more about this. I have only two issues with his summary: 1.) Kansas is not seeking a murder charge against burriss. Why would that be? According to Frey he’s admitted to murder by California law, and then says the statute is pretty boilerplate. Why leave murder off the table? 2.) After digging through Frey’s writing about his own experiences, why was his case… Read more »

Judge Dredd, Pro Se

It’s going to be hard. I think a lot of people that put this on their radar do so because of some personal experience with threats of this nature, or an actual swat call on them. To me, this biggest problems here are jurisdiction and the actual charges. The jurisdiction of this case screams problematic because we’re already dealing with an interstate crime by every definition. The charges seem like wishful thinking because , from all of my understanding, manslaughter would need some element of physical presence for a conviction score. Even if we take burriss naive admissions in interviews… Read more »

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