4:35 PM yesterday
commented on Memo to the Theater Stagehands Who Didn't Know That I Was Joking
Take it from a onetime theatrical tech director who has flown actors many times: You need to outweigh any person you might be asked to fly, and you need significant upper body strength. Women are as qualified as men to do anything else backstage, but not that many possess the physical requirements for this one thing.
So while it's not necessarily a guy, it probably is a guy.
commented on Donald Trump Is Still Squeezing Out Pouty Tweets Between Cabinet Appointments
Donald Trump will never be the President of the United States for one simple reason: He was not born in this country.
Where was he born, then, you ask? Does it matter? The point is, it wasn't here.
I know people are saying he was born on an unflagged ship in international waters. I don't know if that's true, but I guess it would explain why there's no record of his birth in another country.
commented on Hillary Clinton Won the Town Hall Debate
I was disappointed that Hillary didn't quote the first line from his Pussygate apology video — "I've never said I was a perfect person, nor pretended to be someone I'm not" — and ask him why he recorded it himself rather than let one of his spokespeople like John Miller or John Barron do it.
commented on The Morning News: Presidential Debate Rage, a Call for State GOP Party Chair's Resignation, and Seattle Racism
Somewhat related to @7: How is it that "New Column! Introducing Trump University's Newest Class: The Art of Debate!" can be "Most Commented under 'New Column!'" when the comments for it are not turned on?
There seems to be no rhyme or reason these days for which pieces allow commenting. I know Jen and Rich Smith (almost) never allow comments. But, "I, Anonymous"? I even seem to remember a fairly recent SLLOTD that had the comments turned off (at least at first) for no apparent reason. What gives?