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Just a quick note on the left's current bete noire, Sarah Palin:

She endorsed 43 House candidates this time around, and 12 Senators. Of those she backed, 30 of the Representatives won, seven of the Senators, and nine of the House races are still undecided.

That puts her success rate at a minimum of 67% and a maximum of 84% (rounded off).

True, a couple of her higher-profile candidates lost, and it really doesn't look good for Joe Miller, but still... 67% minimum.

Man, imagine what she'd be doing if she was smart and had the sterling credentials as, say, Barack Obama...


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Yeah, if you have an all-wh... (Below threshold)
galoob:

Yeah, if you have an all-white district with bubbas and bible-beaters, she can jump on the bandwagon.

She's poison in a close race, with moderates and independents voting.

"Free your mind, and your a... (Below threshold)
alanstorm:

"Free your mind, and your ass will follow"

Poor Galloob, who has fallen into the liberal narrative and can't get out.

I keep asking myself "how exactly did the liberals ever come to see themselves as the 'smart' party?" and the answer is always the same - it's a form of wishful thinking. The idea is that if they keep telling themselves that, one day it'll come true! Hey, maybe one day it'll work. Given the evidence thus far, though, I wouldn't bet the rent on it.

I'm surprised the new Sarah... (Below threshold)
RefudiateObama2012:

I'm surprised the new SarahPac video hasn't shown up here yet.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xr3sj8q5lfY&feature=player_embedded

Certain segments of the Pun... (Below threshold)
OldflyerG8r:

Certain segments of the Punditry, and some folks who make snarky comments on blog forums, try to spin her endorsement record as a negative.

There is one fact that they conveniently ignore. In most cases she endorsed the little known outsider running against machine politicians.

If anyone devotes a little fair thought to the matter, they will admit that her performance was remarkable.

If nothing else Sarah has the very positive effect of getting the Lefties underwear in a wad every time she appears. She smiles; they scowl. She speaks, and they growl back like prehistoric creatures. She laughs.

This is conservative column... (Below threshold)
galoob:

This is conservative columnist Ross Douthat in the NY Times:

I do think that the fate of Sharron Angle and Christine O'Donnell, and the likely fates of Ken Buck and Joe Miller, sharply reduce the chances of a purely Tea Party-affiliated candidate -- a Sarah Palin, a Jim DeMint, or someone else entirely -- winning the G.O.P. nomination for president. (Though admittedly, I never thought those chances were that high to begin with.) Come 2012, there's going to be an enormous appetite among Republican voters for someone who can actually beat Obama in a hard-fought general election campaign -- and for all their victories last night, the Tea Parties still haven't proven that their more polarizing candidates can win the hardest, most-contested and highest-profile races.

http://douthat.blogs.nytimes.com/2010/11/03/the-tea-party-giveth/

Ross Douthat is only conser... (Below threshold)
SCSIwuzzy:

Ross Douthat is only conservative when compared to his peers at the Atlantic and the NY Times. Like calling Old El Paso hot sauce... and as usual galoob, your argument is weak sauce.

Galoob, do you have a point... (Below threshold)
alanstorm:

Galoob, do you have a point, other than "Palin scares me!"? will you ever get to it?

Mr. Douthat is giving

A) his opinion,

B) on a hypothetical race two years in the future,

when the subject is what happened on Tuesday.

Furthermore, Mr Douthat is assuming that the voters will link the races he mentions to future candidates in a different race, and he does not take into account the fact that the performance of the winners in those races may affect, the perceptions of those future voters as well.

In short, as I said, no more and no less than an op-ed. If that's your appeal to authority, keep trying. Your squirming is very entertaining, and you may just surprise us with an actual thought sooner or later.

Palin has a good success ra... (Below threshold)
Hank:

Palin has a good success rate because she represents the people that libs, and galoob, look down on; average hard working conservative americans.

They may not be harvard educated, they may not have college degrees. But they have the american spirit. They love their country, they pay their bills, they help their neighbors disregarding their neighbors color, religion, or sexual alignment. When times get tough, they don't look for bailouts, they buckle down and work their way through it. They don't apologize for being americans. They revel in it.

They may not be sophisticated, but they do have common sense, something I think might be more important than a college degree.

These are the people dismissed as "bubbas and bible-beaters". Libs dismiss them at their own peril. Palin sees them for what they are, the heart and soul of america.

Galoob, do you have a po... (Below threshold)
galoob:

Galoob, do you have a point, other than "Palin scares me!"? will you ever get to it?

Well, I do think she's a nasty know-nothing, and therefore dangerous in any position of power. A kooky religious fanatic who has warmongering tendencies, she might be a Manchurian Candidate for William Kristol and the neocons. Which I think would be bad for the USA.

She appeals to the angry white rural and outer suburban lower middle class, because the plays to their resentments about being looked down upon. Her use of Bristol and trash-TV soap opera narrative is not worthy of a serious leader, but the boobs love it, because it's like the lives they live.

Her resigning as governor to cash in tells me all I need to know about her, but there is a cult-like devotion to her among her following who think she's some kind of Messiah.

"...you (galoob) may just s... (Below threshold)
GarandFan:

"...you (galoob) may just surprise us with an actual thought sooner or later."

Not going to happen. You don't get 'thought' from a (DNC) echo chamber.

Prime example:

"She appeals to the angry white rural and outer suburban lower middle class, because the plays to their resentments about being looked down upon."

Ah yes, the resident jackas... (Below threshold)
Big Mo:

Ah yes, the resident jackass pontificates once again with his verbal vomit. Never mind the fact that we of the "all-white district with bubbas and bible-beaters" elected Tim Scott, Allen West, Nikki Haley, Marc Rubio, Suzanne Martinez, Jennifer Carroll, and so forth.

Jackasses like galoob and others that infest conservative and right-leaning sites just can't get over the fact that the Tea Party has shattered their wet-dream of GOP=KKK. And we voted overwhelmingly for them because of what they represent and their character, not because of the white guilt that still infects the left like an unstoppable cancer.

Galoob, your post at #9 rea... (Below threshold)
alanstorm:

Galoob, your post at #9 reads like a bad parody of a frothing-mad lefty's views.

Now that think about it, I was wrong about you - I bow to your superior satire skills! You actually had me thinking you were a liberal, but that list of cliches ruined the illusion. Bravo!

And here's something for th... (Below threshold)
Big Mo:

And here's something for the jackass left to choke on:

"Timothy F. Johnson, the founder and chairman of The Frederick Douglass Foundation, says last night's victories for African-American candidates mean 'we can say with pride that America is a diverse and unique country. Its people are not monolithic looking, thinking, or voting.' He added: 'The best candidates won, and that includes the black Republicans who will take their seats in the U.S. House of Representatives January 2011.' The last time more than one black Republican served in Congress was in the 104th Congress, when Rep. Gary Franks and Rep. J.C. Watts served from 1995 to 1997."

(hat tip to Booker Rising, a site of conservative and centrist black Americans)

Marcos @ KOS has got to be ... (Below threshold)
Gmac:

Marcos @ KOS has got to be in a deep depression about now, he's what ... 1 for 30 or 40 candidates he's supported?

Yeah, payback is a bitch and it will be doubled down in spades if the Republicans don't toe the TEA Party line and show their fiscal conservative roots over the next 2 years.

Obama, Reid and Pelosie's leadership got us here, the Republicans better develop stiff damn spines and start cutting to get us out.

Hey, you can delude yoursel... (Below threshold)
galoob:

Hey, you can delude yourself that it's just Democrats who think my way about Palin, but I've got Karl Rove and David Frum on my side.

She's a carnival huckster who is in it mostly for the cash, but could be a danger if allowed in power.

Time to make galoob's head ... (Below threshold)

Time to make galoob's head explode -- or him to just disappear.

Hey, galoob! You're such an expert on Sarah Palin and how bad she is. Answer these simple questions:

1) How high were her legal bills for defending against ethics charges when she resigned?
2) How much of a percentage were those expenses, versus her family annual income and total net worth?
3) How many of those ethics charges were found valid?
4) What mechanisms would have prevented even more pointless charges being filed?
5) How many times did Palin try to use her position of authority to enforce her religious beliefs?

All those questions are based on issues that you have denounced her over, galoob, so you ought to be able to dismiss them handily.

Go ahead. Put me in my place.

The floor is yours.

J.

galoob,Yeah, if... (Below threshold)
Sheik Yur Bouty:

galoob,

Yeah, if you have an all-white district with bubbas and bible-beaters, she can jump on the bandwagon.

Look, numbnuts, we thump our bibles. It's our women that we beat. Please get that straight.

Oh, and Douthat is as conse... (Below threshold)
Sheik Yur Bouty:

Oh, and Douthat is as conservative as you are.

Well done, Brother SYB. You... (Below threshold)

Well done, Brother SYB. You've just earned "match privileges" at the next witch-burning.

J.

I saw a bumper sticker on a... (Below threshold)
BlueNight:

I saw a bumper sticker on a building contractor's truck when I was behind it at a light yesterday: "Don't blame me - I voted for Palin."

So did I. And I will vote for whoever she endorses as the Presidential candidate in the 2012 primary, if she herself doesn't run.

Can you imagine Mitt Romney's face - and John McCain's face - if we get Palin-Huckabee in the primary? Priceless.

J.Sweet! I totall... (Below threshold)
Sheik Yur Bouty:

J.

Sweet! I totally missed the last witch burning because of a scheduling conflict with a cross burning.

Brother SYB

David Frum, a "conservative... (Below threshold)
Big Mo:

David Frum, a "conservative"? Yeah, and I'm the pope. Libs only respect so-called CINOS like Frum when they agree with liberals.

And in case libs even care to realize, Sarah ain't "establishment" and ain't "country club," which are the GOPers who bitch about her the most. Meanwhile, Sarah's out there as one of the primary leaders bringing the GOP out of the 2006 and 2008 wilderness.

And by the way, it's absolutely delicious to see and hear libs praise the wisdom of Karl Rove now when just a few years ago they were salivating and hyperventilating over the wet dream of seeing him frog-marched out of the White House.

Sheesh, do I have to think ... (Below threshold)

Sheesh, do I have to think of EVERYTHING around here?

Brother SYB, the next time that happens, we will simply combine the two and burn the witch on the cross.

Why can't anyone else see these simple solutions?

J.

"She's a carnival huckster ... (Below threshold)
914:

"She's a carnival huckster who is in it mostly for the cash, but could be a danger if allowed in power."


You got her and Albert Gore screwed up douchebag.


"Hey, you can delude yourself that it's just Democrats who think my way about Palin, but I've got Karl Rove and David Frum on my side."


Congrats on being a rino. Now kiss off .

Brother J,We tried... (Below threshold)
Sheik Yur Bouty:

Brother J,

We tried that once, but there was a falling out over the choice of kindling.

The cross burners wanted to use queers for kindling, but the witch burners said queers smell funny when you burn 'em and interferes with the sweet smell of burning witch flesh.

Galoob - you are clearly in... (Below threshold)

Galoob - you are clearly in need of a quick trip to the free clinic for a renewal of your meds when you say something like this: "She appeals to the angry white rural and outer suburban lower middle class, because the plays to their resentments about being looked down upon."

I am a big Palin fan and am none of those things you imputed to me. I am university educated with 2 undergraduate degrees and a master's degree, upper middle class on a bad day and upper class on a good day, and nobody in their right mind looks down upon me.

What I am not is a Koolaid drinking hater such as yourself. Sarah Palin is an intelligent woman with good qualities you couldn't comprehend: style, class and common sense, all qualities sadly lacking in the clueless Chicago pol occupying the Oval Office.

I don't want to get into a battle of the brains with you Galoob since I never go into battle against the unarmed!

Palin/DeMint or DeMint/Pali... (Below threshold)
Maddox:

Palin/DeMint or DeMint/Palin 2012 !

Hey, galoob! You're such... (Below threshold)
galoob:

Hey, galoob! You're such an expert on Sarah Palin and how bad she is. Answer these simple questions:

First, I'd like to take this opportunity to thank JT for providing this forum and being an excellent foil.

Now:

1) How high were her legal bills for defending against ethics charges when she resigned?

Somewhere around $500,000 - 600,000.

http://www.nytimes.com/2009/07/06/us/06palin.html

http://www.upi.com/Top_News/2009/06/22/Palin-legal-bills-likely-exceed-600000/UPI-19841245698838/


2) How much of a percentage were those expenses, versus her family annual income and total net worth?

Palin made $131,891 last year [2008], counting her $125,000 salary and expense payments she collects when she's away from Juneau, according to the disclosure. Todd Palin made $86,150 as a commercial fisherman and a BP production operator.

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/032209/sta_413174352.shtml

That is not the end of the story, as her personal income does not include money that the RNC, her campaign fund, and the "Sarah Palin Legal Defense Fund" paid for her lawyers:

the Republican National Committee wrote a check to the Anchorage law firm Clapp, Peterson, Van Flein, Tiemessen & Thorsness LLC on Sept. 1 for more than $129,000.

http://alaskadispatch.com/blogs/palin-watch/6909-rnc-still-paying-palins-legal-bills

An Internet campaign raised $130,000 from supporters in just two weeks.

http://www.law.com/jsp/article.jsp?id=1202432145600

She had plenty of money coming in when she resigned, she just cracked under the pressure and felt the investigators closing in. Plus, it wasn't fun being governor anymore if she couldn't abuse power for personal goals and tap the state treasury for family trips. The jig was up, so she bolted.

3) How many of those ethics charges were found valid?

The biggest one was, she was found guilty of abuse of power by the State Legislature's commission:

Did Governor Sarah Palin abuse the power of her office in trying to get her former brother-in-law, State Trooper Mike Wooten, fired? Yes.

http://www.time.com/time/politics/article/0,8599,1849399,00.html#ixzz14KTiduBu

Finding Number One October 10, 2008 Vol. One - Public Report For the reasons explained in section IV of this report, I find that Governor Sarah Palin abused her power by violating Alaska Statute 39.52.11O(a) of the Alaska Executive Branch Ethics Act. Alaska Statute 39.52.11O(a) provides "The legislature reaffirms that each public officer holds office as a public trust, and any effort to benefit a personal or financial interest through official action is a violation of that trust."

http://download2.legis.state.ak.us/DOWNLOAD.pdf

She also had one dismissed by repaying travel expenses wrongfully claimed for her children:

In the family travel complaint, also investigated by Petumenos, Palin agreed to reimburse the state about $8,000 for costs associated with nine trips taken by her children.

and another for wrongful use of official status was settled when she agreed to return money she begged for - --

Thousands of donors who contributed to a $390,000 legal defense fund for former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin will get their money back after an investigator said Thursday the fund was illegal because it was misleadingly described on a website.

State Personnel Board investigator Timothy Petumenos said the Alaska Fund Trust inappropriately used the word "official" on its website, wrongly implying that it was endorsed by Palin in her role as governor.

4) What mechanisms would have prevented even more pointless charges being filed?

Well, she could have started avoiding unethical conduct or the appearance of unethical conduct. Funny that the other past governors, or the current governor of Alaska, were not and are not being inundated by ethics complaints. It was Palin's sleazy behavior which got her into trouble.

If charges are really pointless, they are dismissed summarily and you don't need a lawyer much or at all. Palin's problem is that she really did abuse power and racked up most of those legal bills on the complaint that she waged a jihad against Trooper Wooten, her ex-brother in law.

It doesn't take many lawyer hours to dismiss a manifestly false, made-up case. It's the ones you're guilty of that take lots of time to defend.

5) How many times did Palin try to use her position of authority to enforce her religious beliefs?

Well, she made a try to ban books in the Wasilla library, and fired the librarian when she didn't agree with her suggestion of censorship.

[Wasilla Librarian] Emmons said in the first conversation, before being sworn in as mayor, Palin briefly touched on the subject of censorship.

But on Monday, Oct. 28, Emmons said Palin asked her outright if she could live with censorship of library books. This was during a weak when Palin was requesting resignations from all� the city's department heads as a way of expressing loyalty.

"This is different than a normal book-selection procedure or a book-challenge policy," Emmons stressed Saturday. "She was asking me how I would deal with her saying a book can't be in the library."

Monday Palin said in a written statement she was only trying to get aquatinted with her staff at the time. "Many issues were discussed, both rhetorical and realistic in nature," Palin added.

Emmons recalled that the Oct. 28 conversation she pulled no punches with her response to the mayor.

"She asked me if I would object to censorship, and I replied 'Yup'," Emmons recounted Saturday. "And I told her it would not be just me. This was a constitutional question, and the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) would get involved, too."

http://frontiersman.com/articles/2008/09/08/breaking_news/doc48c1c8a60d6d9379155484.txt

The librarian, Mary Ellen Emmons, pledged to "resist all efforts at censorship," Ms. Kilkenny recalled. Ms. Palin fired Ms. Emmons shortly after taking office but changed course after residents made a strong show of support. Ms. Emmons, who left her job and Wasilla a couple of years later, declined to comment for this article.

http://www.nytimes.com/2008/09/03/us/politics/03wasilla.html

You don't need but one incident of this kind of thing to show what kind of narrow-minded authoritarian you are. Since then, she's tread more carefully, but what would she be like if given terminal power in the presidency? A danger to freedom.

JT, haven't you realized by... (Below threshold)
ke_future:

JT, haven't you realized by now that the "reality-based community" doesn't care about facts? They just care about the narrative, and the numbers you put up don't fit their narrative.

BlueNight, Huck is not a conservative, except for social issues. He's a religious statist, and not what the US needs.

galoob, you're a narrow minded, intolerant, sexist, blindered moron. you call Palin a religious fanatic, but never, ever back that up with any proof. you call her stupid, but have you ever actually read the full transcripts of those edited interviews that paint her in such a bad light? i bet you haven't. like most liberals you've made up your mind, and you're just going to stick with that because it fits what you believe. jack ass.

Oh, galoob. You're so cu... (Below threshold)

Oh, galoob. You're so cute when you think you're right.

The final complaint was about the existence of a legal defense fund -- if she lost it, she would be PERSONALLY liable for legal expenses that equalled double her family's annual income and 40% of their net worth.

The two counts you do cite (ignoring the dozen-plus bullshit ones you omitted)... well, the children's travel costs were "no contested," which means she didn't admit wrongdoing, but paid it to make it go away. And go ahead and tell me that bringing her children along on official trips (across the biggest state, by far, in the union) is some kind of "corruption."

The trooper case? The guy was a psycho. He threatened to kill the sister and father of the sitting governor, was drunk on duty, and repeatedly broke the laws he was charged with enforcing. HE WAS A BAD COP. It's horrifying (but not entirely surprising) that you are so eager to defend him.

On the book-banning: Palin did NOT ask for any books to be banned. When she became mayor, she knew that such fights are extremely common in small towns. So she asked the librarian what the existing policy was, so she'd be prepared if it came up. She never asked for any books to be banned, never demanded the librarian do anything other than tell her the current policy.

If you're going to parrot talking points, galoob, at least get them right.

Or, if you prefer, talk about how she cut funding for pregnant teens and special-needs students. I haven't ripped those lies apart in ages.

J.

She is dumb like a Fox!! Sh... (Below threshold)
Sophie:

She is dumb like a Fox!! She took it to them and they are still reeling!! I find it funny how the Liberal in the media and elsewhere bend over backwards to try and come up with a narrative where she loses!! LOL... She is a winner!! Get over it!!!

The trooper case? The gu... (Below threshold)
galoob:

The trooper case? The guy was a psycho. He threatened to kill the sister and father of the sitting governor, was drunk on duty, and repeatedly broke the laws he was charged with enforcing. HE WAS A BAD COP. It's horrifying (but not entirely surprising) that you are so eager to defend him.

Yeah, that's what "she said." The investigator found this:

Governor Palin has stated publicly that she and her family feared Trooper Wooten. Yet the evidence presented has been inconsistent with such claims of fear. The testimony from Trooper Wheeler, who was part of her security detail from the start, was that shortly after elected to office, she ordered a substantial reduction in manpower in her personal protection detail in both Anchorage and Juneau, an act that is inconsistent with a desire to avoid harm from Trooper Wooten or others. . . .

Finally, it is noteworthy that in almost every contact with subordinate employees, Mr. Palin's comments were couched in terms of his desire to see Trooper Wooten fired for reasons that had nothing to do with fear. His comments
were always couched in terms that he was a bad Trooper, that he was not a good recruiting image for AST, that his discipline amounted to nothing more than a slap on the wrist, that nothing had happened to him following the administrative investigation, and so forth. According to interview notes from the Attorney
General who interviewed former Chief of Staff Mike Tibbles, Mr. Palin even sought to obtain information about Trooper Wooten that was confidential by law ["T. Palin asked for Wooten's file," "wanted Grimes report," "refused to give it him"]. The words selected by Mr. Palin, and his actions, give insight into his motivation and that of his wife, Governor Palin.

I conclude that such claims of fear were not bona fide and were offered to provide cover for the Palins' real motivation: to get Trooper Wooten fired for personal family related reasons.

28. Posted by galoob | N... (Below threshold)
914:

28. Posted by galoob | November 4, 2010 12:41 PM | Thanks for voting!Score: -3 (5 votes cast)

Dont you tire of being the dimmest bulb on the blog galoob?

Jay Tea"the next t... (Below threshold)
retired military:

Jay Tea

"the next time that happens, we will simply combine the two and burn the witch on the cross.
"

Well Nancy Pelosi is probably retiring so you will have to find another witch. And I think Byrd took the burning cross with him last year.

I can kick in a few bucks if you need it.

There are lies, damned lies... (Below threshold)
Big Mo:

There are lies, damned lies, and then there is galoob.

Congrats Sarah!@!<... (Below threshold)
914:

Congrats Sarah!@!

YOU weren't on the ballot but YOU sure got GALOOBS GOAT!

Jay Tea, you should have re... (Below threshold)
RefudiateObama2012:

Jay Tea, you should have reminded the idiot galoob, that the Troopergate findings were set aside by the proper investigating body. The original investigation even quoted Monegan as saying that he was never asked by Palin to fire the trooper. Also, it should be noted that the person who pushed the investigation, Kim Elkins, later received a cush job from Obama. Branchflower, the original investigator was a personal friend of Elkins, as was the now acting White House CoC Rouse.

Even ABC News said she was ultimately cleared of any unethical action.

Also, she settled the charge on the children's expenses because it was cheaper than fighting it. It should be noted that the children's expenses were related to events where her family was invited to attend.

"If you're going to parrot ... (Below threshold)
GarandFan:

"If you're going to parrot talking points, galoob, at least get them right."

Hasn't stopped him before.

You'll note he glossed right over your question about the NUMBER of complaints filed.

You'll note he glossed r... (Below threshold)
galoob:

You'll note he glossed right over your question about the NUMBER of complaints filed.

About 15. She ended up resigning, so many complaints became moot.

Kind of like when Nixon resigned, the investigations stopped.

Palin is the maam.... (Below threshold)
davidt:

Palin is the maam.

galoob: About 15. She ended... (Below threshold)
RefudiateObama2012:

galoob: About 15. She ended up resigning, so many complaints became moot.

Kind of like when Nixon resigned, the investigations stopped.

No, they didn't stop and they weren't dismissed because she resigned, and they can continue for two years after a Governor leaves office.

The suits filed against Pal... (Below threshold)
Big Mo:

The suits filed against Palin were pure harrassment. She knew it, the clowns that filed them knew it. She also knew that the continual crap and garbage thrown at her by the oh-so-tolerent left, and continually having to defend herself against their monkey poo, was severly hindering her ability to effectively server her state.

Therefore, she did one of the gutsiest things any pol has done in recent decades: She resigned, so that Alaska could have a governor devoted to the state instead of blocking and dodging monkey poo.

I know the libs snark that "she quit," but being asses about it is much easier than actually thinking about it.

("serve" her state) ... (Below threshold)
Big Mo:

("serve" her state)

One of the principal reason... (Below threshold)
boqueronman:

One of the principal reasons I drop by Wizbang is to watch the antics of the troop of performing Lefty Trolls. They remind me of my road trips between Mombasa and Nairobi in Kenya. Whenever we'd stop at the gas station you couldn't help but notice the olive baboons hanging around, presumably to pick up food scraps and get their pictures taken. They too were entertaining... until they started climbing all over the car. But really, I hope you all realize that these guys/gals are what makes this blog so entertaining and often lol funny. Please, trolls, don't get real lives and abandon us to our bitter, stupid, racist, and homophobic rants about God and guns. It just wouldn't be the same without you.

boqueronman,Don't ... (Below threshold)
Sheik Yur Bouty:

boqueronman,

Don't worry. If we ever run out of trolls, I can do a mean Lee Ward imitation for as long as you need.

That said, there's never been a shortage of trolls in the 6+ years I've been here...




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