Tuesday, May 31, 2016

I Like You, But I Don't Like You Like You

A Utah apartment complex is trying to coerce renters into giving them positive feedback by way of Facebook likes.
Some tenants at a Salt Lake City apartment complex are fuming over a new lease agreement that requires tenants to “like” the complex on Facebook.
 The contract requires tenants to friend the City Park Apartments on Facebook within five days, or be found in breach of the rental agreement, though some of the tenants already signed a lease agreement months ago.
You can't "friend" a business, you can only connect with it by clicking "Like" on its page.

This is their regular website. They must be feeling the blow back because their Facebook page says "content isn't available right now" but here's a screenshot of some of the cached page.

An Open Letter to California Democrats and Independents

(A letter by California Governor Jerry Brown, with some edits by me for clarity)

On Tuesday, June 7, I have decided to cast my vote for Hillary Clinton because I believe this is the only path forward to win the presidency and stop the dangerous candidacy of Donald Trump. better the devil you know.

I have closely watched the primaries and am deeply impressed with how well Bernie Sanders has done. He has driven home the message that the top one percent has unfairly captured way too much of America’s wealth, leaving the majority of people far behind. In 1992, I attempted a similar campaign. Bernie, despite being a career politician, is scary to other career politicians.

For her part, Hillary Clinton has convincingly made the case that she knows how to get things done and has the tenacity and skill to advance the Democratic agenda. Voters have responded by giving her approximately 3 million more votes – and hundreds more delegates – than Sanders. If Clinton were to win only 10 percent of the remaining delegates – wildly improbable – she would still exceed the number needed for the nomination. In other words, Clinton’s lead is insurmountable and Democrats have shown – by millions of votes – that they want her as their nominee. Not things that are complicated, like using two different email accounts, but things like trading favors for donations.

But there is more at stake than mere numbers. The Republican nominee, Donald Trump, has called climate change a “hoax” and said he will tear up the Paris Climate Agreement. He has promised to deport millions of immigrants and ominously suggested that other countries may need the nuclear bomb. He has also pledged to pack the Supreme Court with only those who please the extreme right. might win! He's totally disrupting the crony system, how are long-time politicians supposed to pad their wallets if we have a president who doesn't follow the pay-to-play system we have now? Trump only said he wanted to deport people who were here illegally, but let's pretend he's talking about all immigrants because that gets the stupid people fired up. He also only promised to nominate a conservative justice to replace Scalia (who was conservative), he never promised to nominate "only those who please the extreme right" for any other seats that might open in the next four years.

The stakes couldn’t be higher. Our country faces an existential threat from climate change and the spread of nuclear weapons. people who don't like the U.S. existing. A new cold war is on the horizon. This is no time for Democrats to keep fighting each other. The general election has already begun. Hillary Clinton, with her long experience, especially as Secretary of State, has a firm grasp of the issues and will be prepared to lead our country on day one. of being mediocre at best at every position she's held is still eager to grasp power.

Next January, I want to be sure that it is Hillary Clinton who takes the oath of office, not Donald Trump. the Democratic Machine recognizes that I tried to support their sorry candidate and doesn't hold her loss against me.

With respect, I hope you suckers fall for this,

Jerry Brown

What Did the President Know and When Did He Know It?

The man who was State Department inspector general from 2005 to 2008 said, “I would have been stunned had I been asked to send an email to her at a personal server, private address. I would have declined to do so on security grounds and if she had sent one to me, I probably would have started an investigation.”

There was no Inspector General during the time Clinton served in the State Department.

The White House acknowledged earlier this year that they had been aware of Clinton's private email address and that President Obama had exchanged emails with her. To be clear, everyone knew she had a private email address, no on wondered what server it was on. The fact that it didn't raise any red flags for anyone makes me wonder if she wasn't the only one in the administration using private email to avoid FOIA searches.

"Dad" Isn't a Bad Word

"When I was a little kid, I started with B. Then it was Ber and then Bern and now it's Bernard. Or the Bernster. I've never called him Bernie. And I never have called him Dad," says Levi. "Even when I was six years old, I thought it was childish. He was a friend, not an authoritarian."
This is just sad. What his son calls him doesn't matter, whatever they like and is comfortable for them is fine. What's sad about it is that Levi thinks that Dad = authoritarian. "Dad" isn't a bad word.

There are all types of dads - some good, some bad, a lot in between. I can see wanting to reject a bad one (which no one is saying that Sanders is), but rejecting the word "dad" just seems to be rejecting the whole concept of dadness.

By contrast, the Trump kids usually refer to Donald Trump as "dad".

Monday, May 30, 2016

Blaming Her for Not Leaving Her Husband

“You hear one presidential candidate talking about something 30 years ago, blaming her for his actions and blaming her for not leaving her husband and things like that,” Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio) told The Hill.
No, the problem isn't that she stayed with him, it's that she actively attacked the women he assaulted.

These were not private peccadilloes and Hillary Clinton is not simply the wife whose husband cheated on her. She headed up the "war room" to attack and harass these and other women with threatening phone calls and visits.

Other women can understand a woman might choose to stay married to an unfaithful husband, even if they don't agree with that choice. What is beyond understanding is claiming on her website that she has a record of fighting for women and girls. Hillary has a record of doing what's best for Hillary. Period.

Fake Libertarians

According to Red State, Gary Johnson and William Weld are fake libertarians.

On the plus side, they haven't stripped at a convention yet.

Bing vs Google: Today's Winner


I know it's a U.S. holiday, but they could have had a Memorial Day Google doodle to commemorate the holiday and shown it only to those accessing their site from U.S. IP addresses.

They don't mind honoring someone who called the U.S. government "the main terrorist and the main enemy of the world's people". Would it be that hard to honor those who fought for her right to say what she thought?

They do have the flag and ribbon. I guess we should be grateful for that....

Women and Children Hardest Hit

Women have always been the primary victims of war. Women lose their husbands, their fathers, their sons in combat. - Hillary Clinton

Melania Monday

Telemundo Staging Shots at Protest

And today we learn that if you're under 18 you can hit someone's camera and spit at them and some twit will defend it because you're "obviously a minor". Clearly too immature to be at a protest unsupervised.

Let @Telemundo know that their job is to report the news, not manipulate it. They're owned by @NBC, if you want to include them on the tweet too.

Sunday, May 29, 2016

Feel the Johnson

The Libertarian Party has just announced that Gary Johnson will be its candidate.

Hillary is Clueless

Hillary Clinton didn't use password to protect her PC and used unsecure personal BlackBerry to send private emails 'because she's clueless with computers'
 Aw, she's just like grandma, can't seem to figure out this newfangled technology. Poor old thing.


Age has nothing to do with it. Learning to use a desktop computer for email does not require any special skills or youthfulness. Technology isn't going to go away just because she can't be bothered with it.

What kind of decision making choices would she bring to the presidency if her thoughts hinge on avoiding technology or anything that is unfamiliar? Let's make things overly complicated instead of learning a simple new skill.

Sometimes I wonder if unfamiliarity with the technology was just an excuse. She was smart enough to get a law degree, so she can't be that stupid, can she? Maybe it was just a power play. See if she could get the State Department to change rules and adapt to her rather than have her change to adapt to it.

Sunday's Rare Donald

Saturday, May 28, 2016

Moderate VP for Hillary Would Be a Disaster

Because that's what would be a disaster about a Clinton presidency, a moderate VP.

Friday, May 27, 2016

Is This Racist?

People who find this Chinese commercial offensive sure are complaining about it online. Weirdly enough*, more commenters found this similar Italian commercial funny.

That's Her Story and She's Sticking To It

What Hillary got wrong (lied about) in her latest statement about her emails:
"Um, just like previous secretaries of state I used a personal email. Many people did. It was not at all unprecedented."
Yes, they had private emails, no they didn't use them exclusively to conduct State Department business.
"I have turned over all my emails. … I have been incredibly open about doing that."
She turned over some emails almost two years after leaving office. She should have turned over all of them immediately after she left the State Department. She deleted 31,000 emails that she said were private before turning any of the others over. She got to decide what was private and what was not, there was no third-party oversight.
"I will continue to be open."
You can't "continue" something you haven't begun.
"It’s not an issue that is going to affect either the campaign or my presidency."
Optimistic, isn't she?

She, or her defenders, have used the excuse that the emails weren't classified at the time, some things got classified after the email conversation. First, the likelihood of information becoming classified at a later time is a good reason to keep all State Department business emails on the government system instead of a private server. Second, it's not a good excuse because it's the content that matters, not whether or not there's a label on the content. If the Secretary of State didn't know what had the potential to become classified, she wasn't qualified to do the job.

And just for comparison
 A Navy sailor entered a guilty plea Friday in a classified information mishandling case that critics charge illustrates a double standard between the treatment of low-ranking government employees and top officials like former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and ex-CIA Director David Petraeus.

Wednesday, May 25, 2016

Illegal Aliens Sue Former Landlord

Four Latino families being evicted from a mobile-home park because at least one family member is undocumented and doesn’t have a Social Security number filed a federal civil rights lawsuit Monday that advocates said could set a national precedent in fair-housing law.
They are claiming that requirement for all tenants to have a Social Security card, visa and related documents or a passport is discriminatory because it disproportionately affects Latinos. I'm not a lawyer, but doesn't it affect them disproportionately because they have disproportionately chosen to be there illegally?

The article also says that households with "undocumented residents" were put on a month-to-month lease instead of an annual one and were required to pay a $300 per month fee on top of the monthly rent. If the rental terms changed for some of the tenants and they weren't evicted, it makes me think that there may be more to the eviction story than they're telling. Granted, an extra $300 a month in rental payments would make me want to move, but why were some given a choice of paying while others were evicted?

Hillary's Newest New Slogan

Hillary Clinton was promoting a new campaign slogan on Sunday, "Stronger Together". Three days later she has "Fighting for Us". I'm not sure about this indecisiveness.

I wonder if this is why she changed it so quickly.

Stronger. Together.

It's been done.

Come Together

Monday, May 23, 2016

Remember When This Was Funny?

It was so funny! How could he be so wrong? Obama and Hillary were going to save Libya from itself by taking out Qaddafi.
"We came, we saw, he died". - Hillary Clinton
Then the world got to see what came after.

Be Of Good Cheer

Literally, put on a happy face.
Middle English: from Old French chiere 'face', from late Latin cara, from Greek kara 'head'. The original sense was 'face', hence 'expression, mood', later specifically 'a good mood'.

A Look Back On January 2016

Here's a meme post from a last January. Skip ahead to May and the Republican party is unifying under Trump and the Democrats are separating further and further under Crooked Hillary and Crazy Bernie.

Fast and Furious Emails

Yesterday I wrote about how Acapulco has come under the grip of terror by drug cartels. One thing that makes the situation in Mexico possible is our war on drugs. Another thing that hasn't helped was the Fast and Furious program that sold guns to criminals to take into Mexico.

New emails have been released that show what many suspected by has been hard to prove so far:
Fast and Furious was a Justice Department program that allowed assault weapons — including .50-caliber rifles powerful enough to take down a helicopter — to be sold to Mexican drug cartels allegedly as a way to track them. But internal documents later revealed the real goal was to gin up a crisis requiring a crackdown on guns in America. Fast and Furious was merely a pretext for imposing stricter gun laws.

This video was from 2009. He can say with certainty that the guns in Mexico were purchased in the U.S. because he allowed the program that sold guns to drug cartels. Beyond the lie where he pretends our Second Amendment is what's responsible for Mexican gun crime, he also says that 90% of the guns recovered there are traceable back to the U.S. It was actually 90% of the ones that are traceable, a minority of them because most are untraceable, can be traced back to the U.S.

Bernie Finds Out What It's Like to Be a Conservative

Bernie isn't denouncing the people that some on the Left think should be denounced. He's not rolling over and letting Hillary take the position that she's "obviously" earned.

This is how the Left treats Republicans. "Say what we tell you to say! Don't represent the people who support you, just get out of our way!"
Two months ago, Moulitsas declared the primaries effectively over and banned from his site “malicious attacks on our presumptive presidential nominee or our presidential efforts.” Last month Drum said Sanders was “basically running a con … we were never going to get a revolution, and Bernie knew it all along.”
Why don't they just crown Hillary queen and stop all of this other nonsense?

I Get Knocked Down

Pissing the night away
Pissing the night away

[S]he drinks a whiskey drink
[S]he drinks a vodka drink
[S]he drinks a lager drink
[S]he drinks a cider drink

And then some more vodka drinks until the sound of Trump winning becomes muffled by a warm blanket of alcoholic haze.

Kris Jenner Business School

“The future is waiting. What’s your legacy?” she asks.

Does that even make sense? A legacy is something from the past. Or it's something you leave behind after you die, and do you really want potential suckers students thinking about their own mortality? The Future's waiting! And in it, you're gonna die! Woo-hoo!

Maybe that's how she finds who's a good candidate. If her sentence and question  make sense to you, you're more likely to spend over $100,000 on her shady business school.
[T]he first 100 students accepted and enrolled will get a chance to sit down for an “exclusive dinner” with the school’s public face and chairman of the board: Kris Jenner, the matriarch of Keeping Up with the Kardashians.
So that might be another clue on who is gullible enough to pay out for this.

Melania Monday

Sunday, May 22, 2016

Facebook Trending News Stories

Liberal people first
I had barely noticed the "Trending" news stories on FB before the news broke that they were curated to promote liberal stories over conservative ones. I kind of feel like this was the point - no one was paying attention to the stories, now they are, whichever side of politics they're on.

Now, for fun (yes, this is what I consider fun, don't tell me how boring my life must be), I click the little "x" to the right of some of the news stories to "hide trending item". Then I get to pick among: I don't care about this, I keep seeing this, It's offensive or inappropriate, other, I want to see something else.

"It's offensive" is one of my favorite choices for the most inoffensive stories. T-Rex may have had lips that hid teeth - Offensive! Any story about celebrities - I don't care! Human interest or animal stories get "other" or "I want to see something else" because I'd feel too sociopathic if I picked "I don't care".

I guess I won't have a chance to use "I keep seeing this" unless they post a bunch of stories about Trump winning. I could use it if they posted a bunch of stories about Crooked Hillary or Bill Clinton's trips to pedophile island, but, seriously, how likely is it that they'll promote those stories?

Icon of Tolerance and Jew Hater

A young Muslim woman who took selfies in front of the Belgian right-wing and anti-Islam party Vlaams Belang was declared to be an icon of tolerance, fighting against Islamophobia.

Teen Vogue called her a total badass.
More than just being a badass, Zakia makes a remarkable point — racism is often just ignorance. Once these protestors experienced and got to know her vibrant spirit they immediately warmed up to her. We bet some of them even felt silly.
So cute, so sweet, so filled with love...

Well, maybe not for everyone.

Sunny Acapulco

The tourist attraction has become a battleground for a gang war.
Acapulco's latest wave of killings began April 24, when bursts of gunfire broke out along the coastal boulevard. It was the first time such sustained shooting had been seen there since the darkest days of 2012, when the murder rate in this city of 800,000 hit 146 per 100,000 inhabitants. It has since fallen to about 112 per 100,000, but that remains far higher than nationwide levels and appears to be on the rise again. 
Mexico's response is to set up temporary martial law but troops get moved to the next hotspot as soon as there's another emergency.

You can certainly sympathize with the people who want to escape this. You can also see that along with those people, others who are causing the violence will also want to follow to expand their territories of influence.

The best thing we can do for Mexico isn't allowing unfettered illegal immigration, it's to stop our war on drugs that fuels the power these drug cartels have.

More on Mexico's crime problem here.

Read more here: http://www.charlotteobserver.com/news/nation-world/world/article79130887.html#storylink=cpy

Hillary and The Down-Ticket Races

In the days before Hillary Clinton launched an unprecedented big-money fundraising vehicle with state parties last summer, she vowed “to rebuild our party from the ground up,” proclaiming “when our state parties are strong, we win. That’s what will happen." 
But less than 1 percent of the $61 million raised by that effort has stayed in the state parties’ coffers.
The more, and the larger, the groups that agree to participate in the fund-raising, the more the group is allowed to accept as a maximum donation. Hillary's group has enlisted state and local committees to join in, raising the maximum she can ask for (and get). Unfortunately for those state and local groups, they're not seeing much of the donated funds.

Sunday's Rare Donald

Saturday, May 21, 2016

Maybe a Career In Stand-Up?

"Even though Senator Sanders has endorsed my opponent, I remain, as I have been from the beginning, neutral in the presidential Democratic primary."

It's either comedy or a delusion.
Wasserman Schultz has pushed back against Sanders' accusation that the party had rigged the system against him. 
"We've had the same rules in place that elected Barack Obama. These rules were adopted for state parties all across the country in 2014," she said earlier this week.
 I'm not really clear on how rules adopted in 2014 were in place in 2012. Still, she does have a point. The rules weren't put there to rig the primaries against him, they were there to rig them in favor of whomever the elites in the party selected and against anyone who thinks they can win by being popular with regular people.

Trump Bump

Where now they tell you why Trump is gaining in popularity even though they were all predicting he wouldn't "be the nominee, or even come close", or that Rubio would be the Republican candidate, and, besides, he's not really a Republican and his favorability ratings are too low for him to be the nominee.
“I can guarantee you Donald Trump is not going to be the nominee.” - Jeb Bush

Sanders Supporters Don't Like Clinton or Wasserman Schultz

That doesn't surprise me. I'm more surprised that anyone does like either of them.
Sanders supporters blame Wasserman Schultz for what they see as system rigged against their candidate and say he is being cheated by contests closed to independents and unfair weight to superdelegates.
The system is rigged, that's the whole idea behind superdelegates - make sure the rubes don't have the final say in who gets nominated.
The online anger erupted this week after Wasserman Schultz called on Sanders to get his supporters in line after a rowdy Nevada Democratic convention where Sen. Barbara Boxer (D-Calif.) endured a hearty booing. Wasserman Schultz also criticized death threats and obscene messages left on the voicemail of the chairwoman of the Nevada state party.
I can understand their anger and confusion. Democrats are only supposed to treat Republicans like that, not other Democrats, especially not their "betters".

You Don't Get Far Making Enemies

I was reading some more pearl-clutching prose about how Donald Trump offends people and the assumption that he'll talk to foreign leaders the way he talked to Rosie O'Donnell.

You don't succeed in business by making enemies. Trump knows how to make people feel good about whatever interaction they had with him. Sure, you can dig up stories about how this one person or the other met him 30 years ago and doesn't like him. Even Babe Ruth didn't hit a home run every time at bat. Think of all the thousands of people Trump has met with, either in business or socially, and the complaints about him are pretty sparse.

Friday, May 20, 2016

Friday's Music

Cry by Sigma, featuring Take That

Tell It to a Jockey

Miss Universe 1996 has called Trump a bully for requiring her to work out when she gained a noticeable amount of weight after winning the beauty pageant - a pageant she chose to enter, knowing that she would be judged on her looks.

Jockeys who ride racehorses have to meet weight requirements set by the racetracks. The Kentucky Derby (Run for the Roses) has a weight limit of 126 pounds, which includes about 7 pounds of equipment.

Different jobs have different requirements. Beauty queens and jockeys need to watch their weight. These aren't the kind of jobs that someone just falls into because there was nothing else available. Both take determination and a desire to succeed at that particular thing. You make a choice, then you fulfill your obligation.

Does anyone think that she should get a pass just because she was a young woman? Teachers, doctors, tradespeople all have to take continuing education classes to be able to keep working. If your job requires a uniform and you won't wear it, you'll get fired. Come to work drunk or hung over and it would be reasonable to expect to get fired. All jobs have some rules you have to follow. She broke the rules. Instead of being replaced with the first runner-up, she was given a chance to come back into compliance and somehow that makes Trump a meanie. Yay, women power!

(This gets a "Hypocrites" tag because, seriously, if anyone else in a regular wage-slave job were told to adhere to the rules under which they were hired, it would be a non-story.)

Playing the Woman Card

The Daily Beast has an article on why it's not working for Hillary Clinton to play the woman card against Trump. It talks about the failed NYT hit piece.
Among the allegedly startling revelations, we learned he sees many women as sex objects, whom he’d like to see in a bikini. (What a surprise.) We learned he believes the ideal woman is not overweight. (Shocking.) We learned he judges beauty pageant contestants on whether he considers them hot or not. (Didn’t see that coming.) We also learned—perhaps most legitimately surprising of all—that Trump has actually promoted a number of women to key leadership roles within his organization.
That Trump has promoted women is only a surprise if you believed the propaganda put out by his opponents. At least The Daily Beast is admitting to being that gullible, or that they believe their readers are.
 The New York Times’ groundbreaking investigation essentially proved one thing: Trump is more like the average man than some of us thought only with more ego and money to say what he actually thinks, and to date who he actually wants to.
Yes. That's why people have been talking about it being the year for populists. Trump may be extremely wealthy but regular people are still able to identify with him.

You can tell that they still aren't quite paying attention.
 It’s hard to know how Trump would legislate on “women’s issues” because as with most issues, the man has not exactly been Mr. Consistent. (He wanted to punish women who seek abortions, until he thought about it for a nanosecond then didn’t.)
He didn't say he wanted to punish them, just that if abortion were illegal it would be logical to assume there would be consequences for anyone breaking the law. That's usually how laws work.

They Were Chanting, "Peace, Love"

In 1968 before the Democratic Convention riots.

The eventual nominee, Hubert Humphrey, hadn't won any primaries. One of the most popular candidates had been Robert Kennedy, but he was assassinated by Sirhan Sirhan in Los Angeles right after Kennedy had won the California primary.

I don't wish for that kind of thing to happen to any candidate, regardless of how I feel about their politics, but I can see a front runner dropping out for other reasons - an FBI investigation resulting in an indictment, for example.

Even without that kind of drama, the Democratic Party is looking at a widening division. We've already seen how Sanders supporters have shut down Trump's rally in Chicago earlier this year.

And shut down the road to the rally location in Arizona.

And blocked Trump's motorcade in California.

Which Trump got around by getting out and walking, like a boss.

What do you think they're going to do if Hillary Clinton gets the nomination? Even in the somewhat-less-likely event that Sanders gets the nomination, do you think all of these people will just say, "our job is done" and go home to wait for the election? Nope. It's going to be more of this until November and it's going to turn "Never Trump" people who are watching the chaos into Trump voters.

Thursday, May 19, 2016

Who Wore It Better?

We're going to have to give this one to Mao. The way Hillary's jacket bulges out between the buttons just looks sloppy. She should also avoid double breasted jackets, they just make her look chunkier.

Clinton and Byrd: Part 2

Because the meme just won't die. (If you haven't seen the first post about it, go catch up. I'll wait.)

Clinton and Byrd
Here's the original, just for comparison purposes.

u/phillycowboy sees it in an aquarium

Poor u/Iopia, toast like that is a bad start for the day

u/bonadzz found this in bacteria from cow feces (I'm not surprised. If there's bullshit, you can be sure Hillary is around.)

I'll update this post with more when I see them.

Just as an added bonus, u/die-caesar posted one of Bill Clinton and Jeffrey Epstein

Wednesday, May 18, 2016

13 Minutes of Crooked Hillary's Lies

The Other Six are Lying

FOUR in ten Aussies admit they have drunk so much they’ve vomited....
Nearly eight in ten Australians consume alcohol with wine (33 per cent) the most common beverage of choice followed by beer (20 per cent) and spirits (15 per cent).
Okay, maybe just four out of the remaining six were lying. (And don't you want to put a comma after "alcohol"? The way it is, it's hard to read it without thinking they're saying they consume alcohol with wine.)
“They tend to buy into the alcohol industry advertising spin. The reality is very different, with drinkers far more likely to have experienced negative consequences, and far less likely to have felt happy or relaxed,” Ms Giorgi said.
If you think alcohol will make you magically happy, maybe you just need to grow the fuck up.

Monday, May 16, 2016

In Unsurprising News

WHO: Monsanto herbicide unlikely to cause cancer

I guess now I get to read on Facebook how the World Health Organization is being paid off by Monsanto.

Clinton and Byrd K-I-S-S-I-N-G

Robert Byrd served as a Democratic Representative and Senator for the state of West Virginia. In the 1940s he recruited 150 friends to start a new local KKK chapter. In 1964, when he was a Senator, he gave a 14 hour and 13 minute speech during a filibuster against the Civil Rights Act.

Hillary Clinton called Robert Byrd her "friend and mentor". The_Donald subreddit on reddit.com has decided to honor that friendship with a series of pictures. Here's some of them:

Crooked Hillary
The original photo of Clinton and Byrd, taken in 2004.

Rare Byrd Pepe
Clinton and Byrd Pepes posted by u/betawho

Crooked Manga
Manga Clinton and Byrd posted by u/chuck-heston

She's a liar, not a lady
Nice meme, u/Minutiae_Man, but she's no lady.

Clinton in the clouds
u/GentlemanMetalHead saw a couple of Byrds (and a Clinton) in the clouds.

the stars say she's lying
u/lewd_minx saw them in the stars

those jellies will give you a belly ache
Jelly Byrds from u/sdtgndrfymndstrmy

A test for Hillary blindness from u/mastermx

skeevy sketching
Etch-a-Clinton by u/GiveMeBackMySon

cubism for squares
u/s3rr00 shared this rare Picasso Clinton and Byrd

mom and pop art
And here's a Warhol from u/LanceCasteau

things from a nightmare
Things started getting weird with u/RossTheColonel
("continued to get weird" might be more accurate than "started")

u/A_Damn_Idiot posted a picture of: Byrd, fingers, Clinton

Hillary probably isn't the zodiac killer
An unsolved cypher from the Zodiac Killer posted by u/Thomas_Pickles

having her face on money is probably on her bucket list
Clinton and Byrd on u/MrLessMore's coin

It's Sleezel!
u/GETSTUMPED asks, "Who's that pokemon?"

it's aliiiiiive
u/abnalahad still saw signs of life in the meme

yes, they're that old
 Egyptian hieroglyphs posted by u/TolandsKin

this Byrd will make your pee smell funny
It even showed up in u/findingorwell's breakfast

you'll get more of a lift from coffee than any of HRC's economic plans
u/______DEADPOOL______ has the coffee to go with that breakfast.