More of what’s going around:

-The Asheville Regional Airport on Tuesday announced plans to add a direct Allegiant flight from Asheville to Newark four times a week starting in mid-November.

The Salvage Station, the new entertainment and event venue on Riverside Drive, is expanding its hours:

The Salvage Station will now be opening up at noon on Wednesdays through Sundays. Next week, we will be adding Tuesdays to our days of business. Thank you ‪#‎Asheville‬ for your continued support to make this happen for us!

The Salvage Station will also be celebrating July Fourth with food and drink service starting at noon and music beginning at 2 p.m. The music guests include Pleasure Chest, Crooked Beat Duo, and Liz Teague And Friends. This is a free and family-friendly event for all ages.

Biscuit Head is opening Friday in Greenville, S.C. It will be the Asheville-based restaurant’s third location.

Alan and Leslie Berger, owners of Plant restaurant in Asheville, have purchased Diggity Doughnuts in Charleston, S.C., reports Charleston City Paper.

-Instant Karma opened a pop-up shop at 725 Haywood Road in West Asheville, but the space is for lease, reports loyal reader Jeff Stewart. Contact him if you’re interested in the space: Brokerjeff@gmail.com or 828.210.1642.

The Octopus Garden smoke shop at 80 N. Lexington Ave. has a sign up announcing that the shop is moving to 188 Coxe Ave. on the South Slope.

Maggi Bridal, a new by-appointment-only bridal shop, has opened at 919 Haywood Road in West Asheville, on the ground floor of an apartment building near Izzy’s West.

The Tuesday Tease burlesque show at Trade & Lore on Wall Street starts with doors at 8 p.m. and the show at 8:30 p.m. Tickets are $5 and go to the Burlesque Academy of Asheville, which puts on the show.

Hemp X Asheville, an event to celebrate and promote industrial hemp, is returning to Asheville and August, and has announced the opening luch, “A Taste of Hemp” with Chef Jason Sellers of Plant restaurant, at noon on Aug. 19 at Highland Brewing’s event center. Tickets are $20 and go on sale June 30. All proceeds benefit Accelerating Appalachia.

UNC Asheville’s Concerts on the Quad continues at 7 p.m. on  July 11 with Joe Lasher Jr. Concerts on the Quad are free and open to the public. Lasher is a progressive Southern and country rock artist from Weaverville who played his first open mic gig only three years ago, but is now a Nashville recording artist and has performed with Tim McGraw, Rascal Flatts and Cole Swindell, according to a press release.

828:design has received three 2016 American Web Design Awards from Graphic Design USA, according to a press release. The awarded website designs are for Olivette, Lever Gear and The Hands of Sean Perry, all Asheville-based businesses. The awarded sites are showcased on the GDUSA website and published in the June 2016 print issue. 828:design is a comprehensive graphic design studio specializing in digital, print and user experiences. Learn more by visiting 828design.com.

Asheville Goods, an online store offering gift boxes of artisanal products featuring Asheville’s local foods, recently added a snack box to their selection of gift boxes and teamed up with Asheville’s Bruisin’ Ales to pair a case of North Carolina brew with any of the gift boxes, according to a press release. More:

“The Craggy Gardens” gift box is named for one of Asheville’s favorite easy hikes with great views of the Blue Ridge Mountains and beyond. With items like Poppy’s Popcorn, Munki Nuts, Corner Kitchen Root Chips, and Bake Hampton Salted Caramel Macadamia Nut Bar, the snack box is perfect for picnic stops along the parkway, hotel rooms, dorms rooms, cabin snacks, man-caves, she-sheds, and late-night cravings. The cost is $38 and includes a reproduction of a vintage Craggy Gardens postcard.

Also new with Asheville Goods is their recent partnership with Bruisin’ Ales, Asheville’s purveyor of local brews as well as beers from around the world. An Asheville Goods gift box can now be paired with a case of NC Hop Lovers, Beer City Favorites, or WNC Dark Beer Lovers, creating a delicious gift or souvenir of “Beer City”. Order directly from Bruisin’ Ales online store.

111 Comments

  1. At what point did you realize, Tim, that you’re a non-fiction Frank Burns?

    • At what point, Chris, to you realize that you have nothing to say and have not ever made a comment that was not about me?

      Do you even remember the topic?

      Do you know what day it is?

      • Sez the guy who took 6 days to reply. Were you too caught up in the Republican Feier to breathe?

        It’s over now. Your Führer has accepted the nomination. You can get back to your day job of being a hack.

        • Oh, I’m wrong. 7 days. You and your hate-tribe must have had a blowout of a pre-party.

          • I don’t recall belonging to any tribe, “chris”. Now, YOU, on the other hand, display all of the traits of your thumb-sucking progressive tribe: no thought, inability to focus on a topic, ‘ad hominem’ fallacy, echo-chamber ping-pong commentary, etc.

            Though, I am happy to give your life meaning. Let’s face it, counting down the days until I reply to your last diary entry about me is pretty pathetic. Yes, that’s another trait of your tribe.

          • By “tribe” I meant the crowd of people who employ you to show up in NC forums even though you don’t live in the state. Sorry.

          • Nothing to say and keeps talking. Impresive.

          • Keep showing up, Tim. Collect that paycheck.

            Good dog.

          • Are you referring to me in your last comment? I assume that, theoretically, you have something to say. I just can’t for the life of me detect a point.

          • Though, I’d say your avatar is quite appropriate.

          • The point, Frank? No point, just to aggravate you, you pathetic shill.

            And you keep showing up every day to comment back! So either you’re desperate to have your face on the Ashvegas front page, or I’m getting under your skin.

            Excellent! Keep commenting, you monstrous sh*tpile. I’ll keep letting everyone know that you are a shill who from all indications doesn’t even live in the state of North Carolina, yet shows up day after day to comment in North Carolina forums.

            You’re becoming, day to day, more like that turd on fire running for President. I’ve told you repeatedly that you should try to become a member of his team; you’re like peas in a slimy pod. But I guess you’re just too lazy.

          • “No point, just to aggravate you”

            Well. THAT’s clearly not happening.

            But do carry on with your favorite topic. It’s entertaining even though I never really expect one syllable of rational thought.

          • Congrats on proving my point. I hope you have another press release for us soon.

          • We always love hearing from “chris” here at Ashvegas. His breadth of knowledge and topical range is breathtaking.

          • Surprise, surprise. Tim was off the Ashvegas front page, so he had to post. Gotsa keep on promoting! Good shill.

          • Yes, I realize that I’m fascinating but the subject is flights to Newark.

          • Which you’ve said not a word about.

            I figured you’d be back after your image left the front page. You proved me right again.

            Aren’t you tired after going batsh*t insane on Twitter today?

          • How nice of you to keep up with my activity on a daily basis. It’s very flattering. I must be the most interesting man in the world.

          • I revel in your dipsh*ttery, Frank. Er, Tex. Er, Tim.

          • Yes. I suppose you, er, do, er.

  2. Kay Olsen has officially dropped her challenge to Brian Turner for House District 116. I’ve suspected all along that she was merely a placeholder, a fake candidate. Let’s see what the Buncombe County GOP does now. That’s three important races now that they have no candidate for, and the election is four months away.

    I know. Call the NCGA back into emergency session, and pass a law requiring… oh, hell I don’t know – something that keeps people in Buncombe County and everywhere in North Carolina for that matter, from realizing that the BCGOP is a clown car with very few clowns in it.

    • “the BCGOP is a clown car with very few clowns in it.”

      And none of those clowns know how to drive.

    • Did Kay Olsen deliberately file for NC House District 116, with no intention of actually running? That’s the way it looks. She never raised a dime, never appeared at any campaign events, never even put up a website, and let the Buncombe County GOP handle her paperwork. And now, 7 months and $750 in fines later, she quietly says “never mind”.

      Starting back in January, we heard the rumors that she was recruited simply to file, so that she could then drop out, and the BCGOP could insert someone else into the race at their leisure, long after the filing deadline had closed.

      Or was the plan to never actually have anyone be the sacrificial lamb to Brian Turner, but just give us all the illusion of a race? Keep him from straying too far to the left or cozying up to the City too close on this issue or that?

      Given the antics of the BCGOP, especially in that district, I think either scenario is plausible. But either way, if it’s true – it’s a deliberate fraud on the voters.

  3. Tom Williams says:

    Herr Peck- As minister of propaganda, I am afraid that you have failed your party. Despite your very best cut and paste efforts, you were unable to even fool all the members of your own party. Another defeat for you, that is something that you will have to get used to. For the money that you are being paid, you better get to work. It’s only four more months to November and things are not looking good for HB2, the Governor Her Trump either.

    • I don’t have a party. And HB2 is here to stay.

      • Where? Texas? I think you mean North Carolina. Don’t be sure about that, dim.

        But nice spam of Jason’s site.

        • Oh, I’m quite sure. HB2 is good bipartisan law and it will stay on the books forever. I mean, just look at the mess HB2 opponents are in.

          Majority of Businesses Signing on to HB2 Amicus Brief are from Outside NC
          bit.ly/29Si2Ta

          When I read this I laugh so hard I nearly peeeeeeeed my paaaaants. LOL.

          • Have you progressives noticed that out of 16 comments so far, “chris” has not made a single substantive comment in the course of 4 days? Every one of his comments is about his favorite subject: Me.

            I await his next off-topic ‘ad hominem’ comment with great eagerness. Don’t you?

          • You should probably look into that incontinence issue, Tim.

            Have you conservatives noticed… oh wait, there are only 3 of your in Asheville. Never mind.

          • And please tell us, PR flack and lapdog to the conservative establishment, what have you posted in this forum that is germane to the topic that Jason presented?

            Oh, it’s your favorite subject: conserva-spin for cash. Nevermind.

      • Oh, I’m quite sure. HB2 is good bipartisan law and it will stay on the books forever. I mean, just look at the mess HB2 opponents are in.

        Majority of Businesses Signing on to HB2 Amicus Brief are from Outside NC
        http://bit.ly/29Si2Ta

        When I read this I laugh so hard I nearly peeeeeeeed my paaaaants. LOL.

        • “germane to the topic that Jason presented?”

          This post is a Hotsheet post. News. I posted under-reported news of the day. It was YOU who chose to jabber on about nothing.

        • “Have you conservatives noticed”

          I’m not a conservative, dear boy. Unlike you progressives, I can think for myself.

  4. Back for more, eh, Stenographer? Shill? Lapdog? How much are you getting paid, and who is paying this time? And are you even residing in the state yet? Can you vote here yet? That was a rhetorical question; of course you can’t. So why can’t you vote in NC, Tim? Stenographer? Shill?

    Pathetic.

    • I am a popular topic, huh?

      • No, you’re a spamming shill who can’t vote in NC, but has a strange obsession with the state, and AVL progressives. Perhaps it was your ignominious defeat when you ran for City Council and got only 407 votes in the primary? You left the state soon after, so it’s a fair assumption.

        • Ruh roh.

          Asheville council districts issue may not fade away

          “Some said they were voting no because they see it as violating a General Assembly rule against considering local bills in a short session unless there is unanimous agreement from legislators representing the area. Short sessions are held in even-numbered years. That rule will not apply during the long session to begin in January 2017.”
          avlne.ws/29vBGPo

          • Yeah, everyone should read the article.

            There’s more talk about Apodaca’s overreach hurting chances for redistricting than there is talk of actually pushing it through.

            Once more, Tim Peck doesn’t miss an opportunity to shill, even the tiniest crumb.

            But hey, that’s what he gets paid for.

          • You progressives may have noticed that this topic started out about flights to Newark and took a rapid detour to the peanut gallery’s favorite subject: Me.

            LOL.

          • And I wonder what YOU are doing here. Raising the level of discourse. Hahahahahaha.

            You progressives are a hoot.

      • Yeah, you made sure of that when you hijacked the forum for your shilling for your masters, lapdog. Heel, boy. Sit. Good dog.

  5. Hey, Ashvegas, I’m curious as to why you let the antagonists of Tim Peck let the comments section where Peck posts become a forum for them to bash him? A reader can certainly ignore them, but on the home page, when one sees a new comment about a topic, you click, hoping for a new view and find just another old poke at Peck. And in such name-calling terms. Barry Summers is certainly educated enough to know that there’s a reason an ad hominem argument is called a fallacy.

    • If you’ve paid attention for longer than the past day, you’d know that Mr. Peck is almost always the first to jump straight to insult and ad hominem. If you disagree with him even slightly, you’re either stupid or a liar.

      We’re just tired of trying to take the high road with someone who’s constantly flinging mud. The horrific, vulgar personal insults he’s posted about me alone over the years would curl your hair if he said them about you. Why do you suppose that he’s on moderation over at the XPress?

      Sure, he’s a poor abused monkey. But if he stopped with the insults, I promise you the rest of us would too. He’s just incapable of it.

      • The truth is that I am the best topic you progressives have got.

        • The truth is that you’re a pathetic also-ran who can’t stop obsessing over “getting those durn progressives in Asheville”, like some demented Wile E. Coyote.

          But all you’re left with is spamming Jason’s website for attention (and cash). Pathetic, Mr. Smug.

      • “The horrific, vulgar personal insults he’s posted about me alone over the years would curl your hair”

        You don’t have to lie to make a point, you know.

        Well, I take that back.

    • luther blissett says:

      I’m curious whether Curious is posting from Texas…

      “the comments section where Peck posts”

      Weeeelll, isn’t that the problem? If you’re going to squat and spam and treat other websites like you own them, those are the breaks. And as someone once said, there’s no fancy Latin term for giving known liars the benefit of the doubt, but it doesn’t mean we should do so.

  6. Go away Peck. No one likes you.

  7. Senate Bill 897 is in House Rules. Should make it to a floor vote today or tomorrow, at which point it will be law. Local bills do not need the governor’s signature.

    • I’m sure Jason appreciates you daily hijacking his forums with your shilling for your masters. You gotta earn that paycheck, don’t ya, Tex?

    • luther blissett says:

      Get your own damn blog.

      Oh, sorry: get your own damn blog that people actually read.

      • This one:
        timpeck.blogspot.com/

        Total Pageviews: 81,414

        • Wow, but, that page view # is weak. Jesus.

          • And I guarantee you that a large portion of those is from people who clicked on a link on a tweet or something, and didn’t know they were getting PeckRoll’d.

            bit.ly/18gECvy

        • luther blissett says:

          “Pageviews”? Ha.

          Somebody’s sensitive about his no-friends POS blog. That’s why he has to squat and spam.

        • Huh. Apodaca’s bill, killed by angry Republicans. Who would have thought?

          • Where’s our favorite stenographer, Mr. Smug, now? After all that gloating, to have it so ignominiously shot down must be a blow to the ego.

          • Apparently, as soon as the first GOPer spoke out, someone went and got Apodaca. He came over and loomed in the House gallery, glaring at the House members. The second half of this bash-a-thon was done with him standing there watching.

            If you have some time free, maybe while you do housework, etc., put this on & listen to the NC House do the right thing for once:

            bit.ly/29dQOCY

          • Senate adjourned without telling House that it’s all over. Apodaca’s revenge for screwing him on Asheville screwing?

            https://twitter.com/NCCapitol/status/749076381909315584

            Meanwhile, who will ask Chuck McGrady what he meant by saying this on the House floor today, during the debate on Asheville district elections?:

            “I know for a fact that the Mayor and Council was asked to do this re-districting, and for whatever set of reasons, over whatever set of time, it hasn’t gotten done.”
            https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/108366839/s897chuck.mp3

            Asked by who, Chuck?

          • Thanks, Barry. I got a bit of it on WCQS’s website this morning. Looking forward to hearing the full debate.

            I sorta feel bad for Gloaty McGloatface. He was just so chuffed that Apodaca was ramming this bill down the throat of Asheville. Poor fella.

          • Meanwhile, who will ask Chuck McGrady what he meant by saying this on the House floor yesterday, during the debate on Asheville district elections?:

            “I know for a fact that the Mayor and Council was asked to do this re-districting, and for whatever set of reasons, over whatever set of time, it hasn’t gotten done.”
            bit.ly/29fszWm

            Asked by who, Chuck? You’re suggesting they were under some sort of obligation to someone to institute district elections, but failed to do so, and that justifies Apodaca forcing it on them.

            Will no media person in this town gather up the courage to ask him a simple question: “Could you explain that statement, Rep. McGrady?”

          • luther blissett says:

            I don’t know what’s more remarkable about that audio: the number of principled GOP reps who saw it as a naked power play by Apodaca both over Asheville and within the GA, or the number of witless stooges who spoke up to support the bill by reading off scripts written in crayon. I’m not sure some of the supporters could identify a mountain from a thousand paces.

            (One rep implied that Apodaca demanded members’ votes for the redistricting in exchange for Senate support for their own pet issues.)

            Bravo to Susan Fisher, John Ager and Bryan Turner. There’s clearly a decent amount of goodwill for the Buncombe delegation.

          • BTW, I just heard that Apodaca was not merely glaring from the balcony, he came down on the House floor and was twisting arms during the debate. And they still voted his abusive powergrab bill down, right to his face.

            (One rep implied that Apodaca demanded members’ votes for the redistricting in exchange for Senate support for their own pet issues.)

            Exactly. And what happened after Apodaca got the finger from 24 GOP reps? He went back over to the Senate and pulled the plug on the Regulatory Reform bill, where a lot of those pet issues were waiting. That bill (which almost certainly had a number of “reforms” those of us on the left would prefer not to have enacted) is dead now, out of spite from Apodaca.

          • Wow. Local yokels Heckle and Jeckle really can’t see themselves. What an embarrassment.

          • Leave it to Mr. Smug to valiantly try to be triumphalist, despite having been disastrously wrong, wrong, wrong yet again. Do you really think you have any credibility to cast disdain on others after yet another faceplant?

            bit.ly/29hFwfH (drag & drop)

            “That’s their job,” says Mr. Peck, despite the fact that a majority of House members (including many Republicans) had finally just voted that that is decidedly not their job.

            Maybe they didn’t all get the memo from the Minister of Doctrinal Truth here.

          • “It may be time for us to contemplate districts,” Manheimer said.
            carolinapublicpress.org/25117/asheville-districts-may-not-be-dead

            How sad it must be for you progressives. How terribly sad.

          • Yes, the maps will survive any legal challenge. But there won’t be one.

            First, the city is out of money. It is trying to borrow $74 million now. That’s 48 percent of the current budget. Second, they’ve lost every case they’ve brought and they would lose this one too. What a waste of tax dollars these progressives have been. Someone should spank them, and right good.

            Also, the proposed district map is a good start. They’ll have to be redrawn anyway when the city loses District 6.

        • Tell us, Gloaty McGloatface, what stage of grief are you in now?

          >Tim Peck
          >Standing by for the seven stages of grief.
          >Like · Reply · Jun 19, 2016 8:41pm

          Tell me, how do the seven stages of grief work, when you’re always angry? Do you just skip that step?

          How does it feel to be so betrayed? Given you dropped off the map for a couple of days, I’m guessing you were pretty aggrieved. Poor fella.

          We feel for you. Really, we do. To be SO wrong. It must take an heroic effort to maintain even a fraction of your smugness.

          • I’m glad that the mayor of Asheville agrees with me.

            “It may be time for us to contemplate districts,” Manheimer said.
            carolinapublicpress.org/25117/asheville-districts-may-not-be-dead

          • Does she really? Considering districts, and putting it to the vote of the people of AVL, is not anything like agreeing with your friend Apodaca’s authoritarian travesty that even his fellow Republicans couldn’t stomach.

            Poor Tim.

            And she’s not considering it because it’s a good idea, but rather to get ahead of more Republican heavy-handed meddling in the city’s affairs.

            Poor Tim. Mr. Smug. Trying to shill through the bitter tears of ignominious defeat.

            Here Shilly Shilly! That’s a good dog.

          • I wonder if the issue of district elections will be on the referendum in November along with the reckless bond issue. City council has the statutory authority to do so and it’s what they have called for. They can do district elections or somebody can do it for them. I prefer the latter.

          • “They can do district elections or somebody can do it for them. I prefer the latter.”

            Of course you would, you hate-driven authoritarian. Keep up the good work! Perhaps one day you will have your jackboot on the throats of all progressives in AVL. Keep striving!

          • I wonder if the issue of district elections will be on the referendum in November

            Why don’t you just order them to do it?

          • They can do district elections or somebody can do it for them. I prefer the latter.

            Hate hate hate hate hate hate…

            With your disastrously wrong predictions about S897, one would think you might reevaluate your hate-driven paradigm. But no, it appears you’ve doubled down. Enjoy your downward spiral.

          • There’s always next year. A bill is ready and the maps drawn. See you then, Barry.

          • Shilly thinks those maps will survive any sort of legal challenge.

            How cute! Here shilly shilly shilly! Good dog!

            Keep goin’, Mr. Smug! Someday you may see you and your authoritarian friends goose-stepping down Biltmore Ave.

            How pathetic.

          • There’s always next year.

            Don’t say that. With your track record of incredible wrongness, that means this could be the end.

          • Yes, the maps will survive any legal challenge. But there won’t be one.

            First, the city is out of money. It is trying to borrow $74 million now. That’s 48 percent of the current budget. Second, they’ve lost every case they’ve brought and they would lose this one too. What a waste of tax dollars these progressives have been. Someone should spank them, and right good.

            Also, the proposed district map is a good start. They’ll have to be redrawn anyway when the city loses District 6.
            ….

          • luther blissett says:

            “First, the city is out of money. It is trying to borrow $74 million now.”

            No, the city is trying to borrow money when interest rates are at historic lows in order to accelerate large-scale capital projects. Like a business would. Or like how normal people borrow three times their annual income for something called ‘a mortgage’ and end up owning houses.

            Innumerate jabbering sphincter.

          • “No, the city is trying to borrow money when interest rates are at historic lows”

            Ha ha.

            With recent de-annexations, ending the business privilege tax, an end to forced annexation, and loss of the water system cash cow, the city has no one left to steal from but its own taxpayers. And you gullible progressives will fall for the bait like a wide-mouth bass.

          • the water system cash cow

            Once more, that lie has been disproven time and time again. The City charges ratepayers the cost of running the water system, and not one dime more. Your own Chuck McGrady asked you to stop telling that lie a couple of years ago: bit.ly/14J4yBL

            MSD’s own study showed that the water system would be less efficient if ripped from the City. But don’t let facts get in your way, Mr. Wrong.

            Hey, speaking of lies, who will run against Brian Turner now that Kay Olsen’s sham candidacy is coming to an end? Tim Moffitt? You? Bigfoot?

          • Oh, Barry, it must hurt to be so dishonest.

            That must be why the City is so desperate to keep their grubby little hands on our water system and spend millions of taxpayer dollars on fruitless lawsuit after fruitless lawsuit: because it provides no benefit to the General Fund. AT ALL.

            Has anybody else bought your line? Really.

            Tell me, Barry, oh, Barry, when the city says it will take a financial hit with the loss of our water system, what does that mean in your world?

          • You keep saying the City is “stealing” from water ratepayers. That’s a huge lie. By law, they charge what it costs to operate the system. It’s a “hit” in the sense that the water system is one of the few City departments that pay their own way for things like accountants, legal, IT, etc., helping to make the entire City govt. operate more efficiently. Like every City that operates a public water service. Calling that “stealing” is one more pure lie from the House of Mr. Wrong.

            And it’s not just my line – listen again to GOP Rep. Chuck McGrady asking you to stop telling that lie.

          • “listen again to GOP Rep. Chuck McGrady ”

            Haha. You’ve been played. It’s quite easy, actually.

            So, you’re saying that the city has not diverted money intended for the water system into the city’s General Fund? But isn’t that why MSD only offered $57 million? Odd, isn’t it?
            scribd.com/document/141200057/MSD-Compensation-Offer

          • I’ve been “played” by Chuck McGrady, one of the sponsors of the bill to steal Asheville’s water system, into believing that the City hasn’t been improperly diverting water revenues? That doesn’t make any sense, even for you.

            You’re so desperate to sound like you’re making a point, but like Truman Capote said, “That’s not writing, that’s just typing.”

            I accept your surrender…

          • “I’ve been “played” by Chuck McGrady, one of the sponsors of the bill to steal Asheville’s water system, into believing that the City hasn’t been improperly diverting water revenues?”

            Exactly. Played like a miniature violin. I know. It’s hard to believe you’re an idiot. I told everyone it’s not true.

          • It doesn’t make sense, and you know it. It’s pathetic to keep doubling down on being so wrong.

            Speaking of deceit, now that Kay Olsen’s fake candidacy has collapsed under multiple fines and no one believing that she was even running, who will the BCGOP insert into the ballot line that she held open for them? BTW, I predicted this months ago. You guys are so transparent:

            “I’d wish her well in her campaign, but she doesn’t seem to be doing any. One might think she’s not an actual candidate.”
            bit.ly/29IDdUd

            “Has anyone asked Kay Olsen if she really wants to run for office?”
            bit.ly/29VuHSP

            “It’s gotta really burn his biscuit that Brian Turner’s “opponent”, Kay Olsen, isn’t really campaigning to take the seat back for the GOP.”
            bit.ly/29HGykz

          • Whoa, back up. Mr. Wrong – are you seriously implying that Chuck McGrady is lying in that clip? That’s what you mean, when you say that he “played” us, right?

            So, Tim Peck says that GOP Rep. McGrady deliberately lied on the record, at an official MSD meeting, in order to mislead them and the public on the water issue.

            Not sure how that’s going to help on the GOP-shilling front, but thanks.

          • “Giving Barry something do to since 2011.”

            It’s like watching a three-legged dog chase its tail and then fall over. Here, Barry, Barry, Barry. See the shiny object.

          • Hey, look, Frank Burns is back. Welcome back, Frank.

            Btw, do you live in the state of NC, yet? Or are you still remote shilling?

          • Hey, look, “chris” can’t bring himself to shut his fat toothless progressive pie hole. Not exactly a good look, “chris”. Keep it comin’.

          • Oh, Frank! Frank, Frank, Frank.

            “Frank: I didn’t come here to be liked.
            Hawkeye: You certainly came to the right place.”

          • Oh, good, you’re up. And talking. That’s great. It’s always good to know I can come here for a display of the progressive mastery of so many subjects.

          • Hiya, Frank! Botch any surgeries lately?

            Frank: Pierce, you disgust me.

            Hawkeye: That’s right, Frank. I discussed you with everyone I know, they all think you’re disgusting.

          • It’s lovely to read your daily journal on your favorite subject. We all know what that is. LOL.

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