Thursday, September 16, 2010

Pure comedy gold

http://khum.streamguys.us/John_Matthews_KSLG-Paul_Gallegos091510.mp3 30 minute podcast
You gotta listen to the whole thing.

RELATED:
Quite a LEAP for state of California: Humboldt County law enforcement officials sign on to group's support for Proposition 19

I think I am going to open comments for this one - weigh in...

It's right up there with ◼ this performance

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  1. Comments are OPEN on this post.

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  2. Moderation? WTF?

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  3. Holy cow. Comedy gold right from his first comments.

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  4. " I vote for people all the time I don not endorse" it starts with, finishes with " I can't force people into mental health facilities---angry dishonest rants. He is a fucking idiot, his handlers should not let him out of cage.


    Connect the dots

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  5. How stoned was he?

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  6. What a douche. I support it, but I don't "officially" support it. It's a big difference. WTF?

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  7. Nobody cares Rose, nobody cares

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  8. This is classic Gaggy. He's for Prop 19 but won't endorse and won't say why. What horse excrement!!

    (a) he wants to pander to stoners who see pot heaven in its passage.
    (b) he wants to pander to growers and dealers who see their profits evaporating under legalization.

    So which one is it Paul? Both? OK, now I get it !!

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  9. How stoned is the rest of the county to have put this bozo in office in the first place?

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  10. I'm really disappointed in you Rose for letting one parasitic Cobb/Gallegos supporter shut down your comment system. You used to be the only bastion of free speech amongst the local blogs. No longer.

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  11. omg! that was painful.

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  12. This is how he talks and thinks if he talks longer thana couple of minutes. Guess that Matthews gets the Gags critics now.

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  13. Ooops, it appears all comments now go into moderations since I disabled comments - I've clicked the "allow" button, and they've all gone through except the ones pushing Salzman's fantasy smears.

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  14. And, 2:05, sorry, but I decided the attacks on mresquan, much as I don't agree with him, were just unnecessary, and tedious. And having the 9/11 post devolve into an argument just wasn't really what is important here.

    Maybe after the election.

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  15. "He's for Prop 19 but won't endorse and won't say why. What horse excrement!!"

    He does finally sort of find his way there towards the end when he says that he disagrees with the evaluation of the main characters behind 19 about the financial significance created by its taxation,and how that would be applied.It was a bad interview,but I don't think it hurt him that much as throughout he does repeat his wish for legalization and that in general,he supports the measure and would like to see it pass,desptite his concerns.But damn,he could have gotten that across at the start of the interview instead of eventually bumbling his way there.

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  16. Rose, the election is just over a month away, if Jackson wins, will you still do a blog? If so, what will the focus be?

    And thanks for the proof reading on my blog. I'm not sure what I owe you for that over the last couple of years but it must be adding up.

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  17. Thanks, Tom. LOL

    If she wins, and Gallegos is returned to a happy life in private practice, I will not be blogging anymore.

    Salzman should vote for her himself on that basis alone.

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