[audio-pals] Re: Ghost Town

  • From: Thomas McMahan <shadowmonstrosity@xxxxxxx>
  • To: audio-pals@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Tue, 16 Dec 2014 15:27:33 -0600

Most Democrat politicians, well also a majority of Republican politicians for 
that matter comes from a machine of some type, because politicians build 
machines around them.  Obama isn’t a direct product of the machine, but he sure 
didn’t mind it when the machine would help him, and of course he would then 
help the machine.  Thats how that kind of thing works.  If he truly were 
outside of the machine, thus incurring the machine’s disfavor, well, he 
wouldn’t have gotten very far.  Maybe an alderman in some podunk ward in 
Chicago if he was lucky.  I think they both had an arm’s length relationship 
though.  Again Obama came from outside, although he was based in Chicago for a 
number of years and much of his circle was from the radical left, but he was 
still close enough that he and the machine could work together on some stuff.  
He didn’t marry to move up like Blogo did, but then again Obama has kept his 
head better than Blogo did apparently.  

But Obama could do a lot more damage than Blogo ever thought to do if he wants 
to.  Damage to people, or Party when you think about it.  

Also don’t think Hillary is your answer, she’s from Chicagoland folks.  She did 
spend time in exile down in Arkansas, don’t think she doesn’t feel she’s owed 
some payment back from the machine too.  But at least to give her credit, at 
least she was born in Chicagoland.  Or at least raised there as a child.  
Suburban Chicago of course, but then again Obama lived in Hide Park which is 
technically a suburb.  Yes the Chicago machine reaches deep into the Democrat 
Party.  I don’t think it’s going anywhere fast, it’s well entrenched.  Even any 
outsider will come and court the machine to get it’s favor.  But to get favor 
thus the vote early and vote often votes you must also pay your dues.  Just 
political reality.  The machine doesn’t mind finding some hollow people that 
they can quietly get behind and promote, then if something goes wrong it’s the 
hollow person who takes the fall, not the machine as a whole.    
> On Dec 16, 2014, at 11:38 AM, Stacey <crazystacey25@xxxxxxx> wrote:
> 
> It is sad to say that he is indeed a machine politition.
> On 12/16/2014 7:03 AM, Josh wrote:
>> Unfortunately he is a malfunctioning machine politician. Tom, can you not 
>> straighten out those politicians up there before you send one off to be the 
>> President? *LOL*
>>  
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>> Subject: [audio-pals] Re: Ghost Town
>>  
>> He knows what he’s doing.  He’s a machine politician, a Chicago machine 
>> politician.  Although to some degree the machine kept him at arm’s length 
>> because they didn’t want him changing what they had or were or are doing, 
>> their option was to promote him toward the National stage.  Well the 
>> National Dems bought it and him, hook line and stinker.  Of course the 
>> Chicago machine did what they could to pave the road for him too.  
>> On Dec 15, 2014, at 11:04 AM, Josh <lawdog911@xxxxxxxxxxx 
>> <mailto:lawdog911@xxxxxxxxxxx>> wrote:
>>  
>> Obuma doesn’t know his responsibilities nor does he have priorities in 
>> order. He is using his power or rather misusing his power to push his 
>> racially motivated political agenda. Unfortunately, the next president that 
>> takes office and tries to clean up Obuma’s mess is going to be blamed due to 
>> the inadequate knowledge that a lot of the voters hold. I believe a lot of 
>> people believe that the effects of the damage are being felt now, but in 
>> truth the impact will come now and more so after this one gets out of 
>> office. I honestly believe the lack of knowledge is what keeps the party 
>> shifting that goes on. Right now a good portion of people are on the 
>> republican bandwagon, but if a republican gets into office due to the impact 
>> of the previous President the majority will be on the democratic bandwagon. 
>> Both parties have good candidates and both parties have horrible candidates 
>> so it is not a matter of me being a die hard republican. It is a matter of 
>> Obuma not knowing what he is doing or perhaps he does know exactly what he 
>> is doing as he destroys America. 
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>> <mailto:audio-pals-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>] On Behalf Of Thomas McMahan
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>> Subject: [audio-pals] Re: Ghost Town
>>  
>> The closest that might get would be Lindon Johnson, but I think he had 
>> others do the work and he just followed things intently, but also on his 
>> behalf Federal was also involved.  Still nothing like whats going on today 
>> though, or the past several years.  
>> On Dec 14, 2014, at 7:14 AM, Josh <lawdog911@xxxxxxxxxxx 
>> <mailto:lawdog911@xxxxxxxxxxx>> wrote:
>>  
>> I have my thoughts on the matter. What President in history has ever gotten 
>> involved with a local police department’s incident? 
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>> Subject: [audio-pals] Re: Ghost Town
>>  
>> I don’t either.  Maybe only just starting.  
>> On Dec 14, 2014, at 1:26 AM, Stacey <crazystacey25@xxxxxxx 
>> <mailto:crazystacey25@xxxxxxx>> wrote:
>>  
>> I just think the whole thing is rediculous to be honest with u. All this 
>> protesting and fighting. I have a sneaky feeling things aren't over yet.
>> veOn 12/13/2014 10:43 PM, Thomas McMahan wrote:
>> No it isn’t but it furthers certain agendas.  The people wanting to push 
>> said agenda have tried it for the past several years but all cases fell 
>> apart.  These that are going on now probably will too.  The people in power 
>> will pay lip service to the protesters until it actually threatens them, 
>> then watch out.   
>>  
>> On Dec 13, 2014, at 10:34 PM, Stacey <crazystacey25@xxxxxxx 
>> <mailto:crazystacey25@xxxxxxx>> wrote:
>>  
>> Personally, I think that Michael Brown was in the wrong. The police officer 
>> was defending himself. Why can't some people get that through their heads? 
>> Is fighting and protesting really gonna solve anything?
>> On 12/13/2014 10:10 PM, Thomas McMahan wrote:
>> I remember when Lou Henson left Illinois or retired out some of them were 
>> hoping that the Illini would hire Bruce Pearl on, well they didn’t glad they 
>> didn’t.  They were already in trouble, he would have probably gotten them in 
>> more trouble.  
>> On Dec 13, 2014, at 8:33 PM, Josh <lawdog911@xxxxxxxxxxx 
>> <mailto:lawdog911@xxxxxxxxxxx>> wrote:
>>  
>> Oh yeah the NCAA has to be who you know. Take a look at Lane Kieffan, he 
>> leaves and who suffers. I belive the same was true with Bruce Pearl and the 
>> basketball program. Even after Bruce was penalized from coaching, I think UT 
>> suffered penalties. Of course there are going to be some reprocussions on 
>> the program just because the coach is connected, but in a way I think our 
>> teams suffered more than the coaches. Probably just a biased opinion, but ya 
>> know.
>>                 Penn State incident is a pathetic joke. There is no way that 
>> it could have went on that long and the situations continued without someone 
>> speaking up about it.     
>>                 The whole concept of innocent until proven guilty does not 
>> apply anymore. The concept is now guilty until you prove yourself innocent. 
>> Even if the Criminal Justice System sees you as innocent until proven 
>> guilty, the rest of the public are ready to hang you before they even hear 
>> the evidence. A clear example of this occurred the other day in class. After 
>> the Grand Jury came back with a not guilty verdict in Ferguson my professor 
>> asked the classs what they thought about the incident. The responses were 
>> well they knew if they found him not guilty they were going to have a riot, 
>> they should have just found him guilty to keep the rioting from occurring, 
>> he was wrong for shooting Michael Brown, etc. However, not one person made a 
>> comment regarding the evidence in the case. If you do not follow the 
>> directions of the police expect to be met with reprocussions. If you try to 
>> get the officers gun expect to get shot because I can guarantee that if all 
>> these sideline judges were put in this same situation they would want to go 
>> home to their family as well and not sit idly by and let some random citizen 
>> adolescent or adult take their gun to shoot them with it. It is insane the 
>> autopsy was done, and then if I am not mistaken Obuma was not satisfied with 
>> the results so he ordered another autopsy, and I think there were a few more 
>> autopsies done before they moved forward. How can you convict a person that 
>> was engaging in self defense?   
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>> Subject: [audio-pals] Re: Ghost Town
>>  
>> Unfortunately it sounds like in some of 
>> On the sports media down there they are already convicted.  Sounds like a 
>> convoluted case to me, but I’m sure a lot of them are anyway.  
>>  
>> Then the NCAA will probably want to threaten UT and the whole 9 yards, yet 
>> Pen State gets off pretty easy.  There’s still a lot of idiots around there 
>> that think that school is blameless and inocent with what went on there.  
>> Maybe UT should have set up in a much more isolated spot like Pen State did. 
>>  Of course I’m being a smart ass about that, but that is partially how Pen 
>> State has gotten away with a lot more for much longer.  A definite little 
>> theefdom there.  Meanwhile schools like OSU get nailed for a lot less and 
>> get threatened with the chop.  Makes Illinois’s recruiting violation back in 
>> the early 90s look like chump change too, yet they were threatened with full 
>> shut down of all sports activity.  I guess it’s who you know in the NCAA.  
>> Which seems to me to be as clean as the driven slush.  I guess in the whole 
>> UT situation it was the school that stepped in and sat them down, but don’t 
>> know all of the details of the whole deal.  Guess we’ll hear something 
>> though if they decide to pursue a case on them.  
>> 
>> 
>> 
>> 
>> 
>> Dec 13, 2014, at 7:54 AM, Josh <lawdog911@xxxxxxxxxxx 
>> <mailto:lawdog911@xxxxxxxxxxx>> wrote:
>>  
>> Very true. Right now UT is in the hot seat regarding rape allegations 
>> against two of the football players. I just read today that one of the 
>> girl’s boyfriends is on the football team as well. I read on that the 
>> boyfriend caught her, and the girl is on the rowing team. So, there are more 
>> elements to the story, but KPD announced last night that there investigation 
>> was complete and being sent to the D.A.’s office to see if charges will be 
>> pursued. It is a tragic situation either way because if they are guilty then 
>> they have not only ruined their careers, but also ruined the victims lives. 
>> If they are not guilty, then I would say there will not be a decision until 
>> after the bowl game which will prevent them from playing in the game. Not 
>> too mention that if they are found not guilty there will still be people 
>> holding it against them. So, either way it is a major black mark on these 
>> players.  
>>  
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>> Subject: [audio-pals] Re: Ghost Town
>>  
>> But a QB who knows how to tuck and run is often not noticed until he’s 
>> gotten 10 yards down the field if he can pull off the fake.  If they then 
>> concentrate to much attention looking for him to run then he then is able to 
>> either use a running back or tail back or pass.  Thats why option offense is 
>> harder to defend.  You have to have a QB that can take some punishment 
>> though, no frail guys as QB, or guys who can’t work outside of a pocket of 
>> protection.  For those it’s a disaster for them to try to run the ball 
>> themselves.  Does though is in pretty good shape physically.  He’s taken 
>> sacks pretty well already this year too.  There have been a few reckless 
>> plays, but learning from them will cure those.  But that whole offense well 
>> really the whole team is having to learn because there’s so many freshman on 
>> that team this year.  They are already coming together as a unit pretty 
>> good, could be quite interesting even in a couple of years, let alone 3 
>> years from now.  
>>  
>> On Dec 10, 2014, at 8:44 PM, Josh <lawdog911@xxxxxxxxxxx 
>> <mailto:lawdog911@xxxxxxxxxxx>> wrote:
>>  
>> I would say the QB also then becomes a target for the rest of the teams to 
>> take out. So, he needs to be careful or he will be a true red shirt. 
>>  
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>> Subject: [audio-pals] Re: Ghost Town
>>  
>> He did play in the Bamma game, but he wasn’t the starter I don’t think.  I 
>> think they would have at least taken Florida though, and maybe Georgia, and 
>> that would have changed things a lot for U T.  Dobs fits in to the type of 
>> offense that Butch Jones likes to run which of course is an option heavy 
>> offense.  No problem with that, because your QB becomes a direct offensive 
>> weapon at that point.  It is either going to work or not.  There isn’t a 
>> middle ground, usually it works though.  
>> On Dec 9, 2014, at 2:29 PM, Josh <lawdog911@xxxxxxxxxxx 
>> <mailto:lawdog911@xxxxxxxxxxx>> wrote:
>>  
>> It does sound like interesting things are happening. I have a feeling that 
>> if Josh Dobbs was in at the first of the year the florida game and the 
>> Georgia game would have looked much different. I cannot remember if Dobbs 
>> played during the Alabama game or not, but I know all their games were close 
>> calls this past season. 
>>  
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>> Subject: [audio-pals] Re: Ghost Town
>>  
>> Even more surprising is that Illinois managed to get in also.  Won just 
>> enough games in Big 10 this year.  It’s been a long time.
>>  
>> Interesting baseball trades going on today too.  Sox are definitely getting 
>> aggressive about trading.  Picked up a closer something that they didn’t 
>> have last year because the guy they wanted to be closer was hurt early.  
>> Then they turn around and pick up Semarja to beef up their starting 
>> rotation.  Cubs have already been dealing, they don’t have many secrets as 
>> to who they are wanting, although the Lester deal hasn’t happened yet.  But 
>> if they pick him up that will anchor their starting rotation quite a bit 
>> too.  
>>  
>> As for TN, I still say thats a team to be watching out for.  The SEC east 
>> isn’t a super strong devision, it can be taken and not have to get around a 
>> team like Alabama.Depends on recruiting but they’ve already improved over 
>> last year’s team despite injuries etc.  They don’t give up, unlike the 
>> Chicago Bears who seeo just curl up in a ball.  
>>  
>> Illini basketball is looking pretty interesting this year too and they’ve 
>> already landed a major recruit to start next year.  Lots of things on the 
>> sports plate, something that is needed since Da Bears are so bad this year.  
>>   
>> On Dec 9, 2014, at 8:38 AM, Josh <lawdog911@xxxxxxxxxxx 
>> <mailto:lawdog911@xxxxxxxxxxx>> wrote:
>>  
>> Well, we managed to get into a bowl game this year. Butch just got a pay 
>> raise and a contract extension.
>>  
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>> Subject: [audio-pals] Re: Ghost Town
>>  
>> Yep, keep an eye on those Vols, they are going to be heard in the next year 
>> tr two seriously the way things are going.  They’ve had a lot of injuries, 
>> but still manage to keep on going to some degree.  
>>  
>> Yes the style of offense they play actually fits Dobs better than the guy 
>> they had start the year, Dobs himself becomes a weapon because he can take 
>> more punishment running the ball himself.  Even in the Bama game they did’t 
>> give up even though Bama got a two score lead within the first couple of 
>> minutes of the game.  
>>  
>> Yes this whole internet thing is a great invention, have listened to more 
>> Tennessee games this year than Illinois games, although I did hear the 
>> Illini Gofers game and like everybody else was surprised they actually 
>> pulled that one off.  I bet the Gofers were surprised the most coming in 
>> with only 1 Big 10 loss at the time.  Think they looked over the Illini and 
>> got burned on that one.  Well it serves them right they derailed the Illini 
>> a number of times in the past.  
>>  
>>  
>> On Nov 18, 2014, at 6:58 PM, Josh <lawdog911@xxxxxxxxxxx 
>> <mailto:lawdog911@xxxxxxxxxxx>> wrote:
>>  
>> I can’t comment on NFL, but I am proud of what I have seen out of the Vols 
>> this year. It hasn’t been a stellar season, but the games we have played 
>> haven’t been blow outs either. In fact I heard yesterday I guess it was one 
>> more win for the Vols and we will be going to a bowl game. I wish they had 
>> of put Josh Dobbs in earlier in the season rather than redshirting him  as 
>> it may have caused more upsets especially with Muschimp and those Gators. 
>> Sorry for the hi-jack, but I am known for hijacking post. Right? *LOL*   
>>  
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>> Subject: [audio-pals] Re: Ghost Town
>>  
>> The Bears have done a lot of that loosing this year especially to teams that 
>> logically would be worse than them.  Up until yesterday even playing at home 
>> wasn’t helping them out.  But the NFL this year is completely goofy anyway.  
>>  
>> On Nov 17, 2014, at 10:25 AM, BethAnn LaPresta (Redacted sender 
>> "bela28_02@xxxxxxxxx <mailto:bela28_02@xxxxxxxxx>" for DMARC) 
>> <dmarc-noreply@xxxxxxxxxxxxx <mailto:dmarc-noreply@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>> wrote:
>>  
>> Hi everyone.  Nothing exciting on this end, just working and trying to do 
>> some projects around the house for the appraisal...trying to refinance and 
>> get some cash out of the house to pay for it all.   LOL
>>  
>> My oldest turned 29 on Friday and apparently ate the entire jello cake 
>> yesterday (with the exception of 3 pieces I made him share with his 
>> friends/brother).  The Seattle Seahawks lost, so I left right after that to 
>> avoid the inevitable "crabby" that would be expressed about the loss.
>>  
>> Hope you all have a Happy Thanksgiving!
>> BethAnn
>>  
>> From: Heather H <copperlee73@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx 
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>> <audio-pals@xxxxxxxxxxxxx <mailto:audio-pals@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>> 
>> Sent: Sunday, November 16, 2014 10:35 PM
>> Subject: [audio-pals] Re: Ghost Town
>>  
>> Hello, Josh and Tom.  Everything is okay here in snowy Ohio.  The snow is 
>> coming down here and I am looking forward to going out and playing in it 
>> with Selah.  well, she will play...I wouldn't do anything so childish as 
>> that...lol
>>  
>> Hope everyone who celebraates it, has a wonderful and blessed Thanksgiving.  
>> No turkey here of course...can't trust it.  chicken and dumplings here for 
>> us.  The store killed chicken little for this dish not me!!!!
>>  
>> Hugs to you Bethie!!!!!  Happy birthday to my oldest nephew who just turned 
>> 29.  OMG, I'm old.  Who let them grow up?  
>>  
>> 
>> 
>> Sent from my iPhone
>>  
>> 
>> 
>> On Nov 16, 2014, at 11:56 PM, Thomas McMahan <shadowmonstrosity@xxxxxxx 
>> <mailto:shadowmonstrosity@xxxxxxx>> wrote:
>> 
>> Nope you’re still in the list and so should everybody else bee, it’s just 
>> been dead quiet lately.  
>>  
>> Heather probably has the bus running again and she and George and Pete and 
>> who knows who else are probably driving around and stopping at Wal-marts in 
>> Canada again trying to get Liz’s attention.  But I’m not sure they are going 
>> to get Liz’s attention *lol*.  
>>  
>> Got an e-mail from Suzi off list so know she’s alive too.  BethAnn might be 
>> doing another batch of sessions of closet rap for her next album release or 
>> something, or she’s waiting to sell you a house Josh.  It might be “the 
>> perfect place.”  Or maybe not depends on who’s standard of perfection is 
>> being used perhaps.  
>>  
>> Don’t know about Don.  Danny though is alive and well, eating lots and lots 
>> of cream corn, well probably every meal he eats is cream corn, because he 
>> doesn’t like it so he has been placed into the cream corn factor.  
>>  
>> Patti continues to improve bit by bit, gets a little more talkative over 
>> time at times.  She has a couple of appointments coming in December, one is 
>> physical, the other is the Neurologist.  But I’m thinking generally things 
>> will be going in the right direction for her as afar as they are concerned.  
>>  
>> On Nov 16, 2014, at 10:20 PM, Josh <lawdog911@xxxxxxxxxxx 
>> <mailto:lawdog911@xxxxxxxxxxx>> wrote:
>>  
>> Hello,
>>   How is everyone doing? I have not seen any post from the list in a few 
>> weeks now. I am wondering if I have not gotten myself booted somehow 
>> unintentionally. I guess the last I seen any post was Tom and I interacting 
>> about the family issues. The issues are not a hundred percent, but I do feel 
>> that since Amanda stood up and stood her ground we have gotten more respect. 
>> Now, it seems as though we are actualy people and not servants. However, 
>> that could change at any moment. Well, we have our prequalification letter 
>> and have found a few houses that we are interested in. We have to call 
>> tomorrow and get a real estate agent. Getting the prequal was a bit ofa 
>> hassle though. Today Amanda and I went and bought little man some birthday 
>> presents and got his location reserved. Sometime this week we have to get 
>> the invitations filled-out. Amanda and I are in the home stretch of the 
>> semester and everything seems to be going alright. I am in one class where I 
>> will not know if I passed or failed until the final grade comes out since 
>> 50% of the points aren’t going to be figured until the end of the semester. 
>> Amanda as far as I know is doing fine in her classes, she has some projects 
>> that she is working on, but I belive they are going fine. So, as always we 
>> have a ton of things going on, but little time *LOL*. Have a good one and I 
>> hope to be able to read some list traffic here in a few days. Take care and 
>> chat later.      
>>  
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