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Re: Douche of the Day Thread
« Reply #165 on: May 13, 2016, 03:37:13 am »
 I kinda wondered how you were taking some of the this news.
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« Reply #166 on: May 16, 2016, 02:26:56 pm »
Nikki Sixx Says Gene Simmons is ‘No Longer My Hero’




A followup to the Gene's stupid remarks. Well said Nikki.
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Re: Douche of the Day Thread
« Reply #168 on: May 25, 2016, 10:55:26 am »
and we are surprised... why? What an assclown
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« Reply #169 on: May 26, 2016, 08:58:53 am »
Joc Pederson got dissed by Barry Bonds after simple request

With a thread called Douche of the Day, it would seem tailor-made for Barry Bonds. I haven't had the chance to include him in this thread. Until now. He has been out of sight and out of mind for the past few years, trying to distance himself from being a colossal prick, it was only a matter of time before he would return to Baseball and make it clear that nothing has changed. He is still a dick and an assh*le. Case in point......
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Re: Douche of the Day Thread
« Reply #170 on: June 13, 2016, 01:10:27 pm »
Puh-leeeeze

Oscar Pistorius is a depressed, 'broken man,' psychologist testifies at sentencing hearing

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scar Pistorius is a depressed, “broken man” who shouldn’t go back to prison for the murder of his girlfriend, a psychologist told Pretoria’s High Court on Monday at a sentencing hearing for the athlete, who is a double amputee.

Jonathan Scholtz, appearing for the defense, said the athlete told him he had overheard the sound of a young inmate being raped in prison, and later found out the victim killed himself. He had seen the inmate’s body hanging from his doorway.

Prosecutor Gerrie Nel, who is seeking a sentence of at least 15 years, told the court the incident never happened.

Pistorius spent a year in the hospital wing of a Pretoria prison after being convicted of culpable homicide, South Africa’s term for a reckless but unintentional killing, for shooting his girlfriend, Reeva Steenkamp, through the toilet cubicle door in his bathroom in 2013. Sentenced to five years, he was released in October and ordered to spend the remaining four years under house arrest at his uncle’s mansion.

But the verdict was overturned last year and the athlete was convicted of murder. The trial prosecution and defense were sparring in court Monday on the first day of a sentencing hearing that is expected to last five days.

Scholtz argued that Pistorius’ psychological condition had deteriorated sharply since 2014. He said the athlete was suffering from worsened depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder and agoraphobia, a condition that can include a fear of enclosed spaces. Instead of being sent back to prison, he should be in a hospital, the psychologist testified.

He added that Pistorius wasn’t psychologically fit to testify at the hearing, but that he was remorseful and guilty about taking Steenkamp’s life.

“Unfortunately, I feel his condition has worsened. He’s almost given up. One has to prompt him to get some semblance of hope for the future,” said Scholtz, adding that Pistorius was forgetful, would not remember things he had just said, and fell asleep during his interviews with the athlete


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Wait until he meets his new husband. Then he is really going to be bummed. Over and over.
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Re: Douche of the Day Thread
« Reply #171 on: June 14, 2016, 11:31:44 am »
Oh God, this guy makes me sick.

Pastor Roger Jimenez

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Steven Anderson of Faithful Word Baptist Church



Two pastors are facing criticism for comments made after the June 12 Orlando nightclub shooting that left 49 people dead. Here is some of what they said.

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Following the deadliest shooting in U.S. history, a Baptist preacher stood at his pulpit Sunday night in Northern California and delivered an impassioned sermon praising the brutal massacre at a gay nightclub in Florida.

Pastor Roger Jimenez from Verity Baptist Church in Sacramento told his congregation that Christians “shouldn’t be mourning the death of 50 sodomites.”

“People say, like: Well, aren’t you sad that 50 sodomites died?” Jimenez said, referencing the initial death toll in Orlando, which authorities later clarified included 49 victims plus the gunman. “Here’s the problem with that. It’s like the equivalent of asking me — what if you asked me: ​Hey, are you sad that 50 pedophiles were killed today?’

“Um, no, I think that’s great. I think that helps society. You know, I think Orlando, Fla., is a little safer tonight.”

He added: “The tragedy is that more of them didn’t die. The tragedy is — I’m kind of upset that he didn’t finish the job!”

[FBI had closely scrutinized the Orlando shooter before dropping investigation]

The sermon has drawn scorn from community leaders and others who have called it “hateful propaganda” and “bigotry.”

Jay Brown, spokesman for the Human Rights Campaign, said there is “nothing whatsoever Christian” in the pastor’s sermon.

“He’s preaching hate from the pulpit,” Brown said in a statement to The Washington Post. “His words offer no comfort to the survivors of the attack, to the family and friends whose loved ones they’ll never see again.

“And to think of the LGBTQ youth in his own church, it’s simply heartbreaking.”

Members of the LGBT community are not allowed to join Verity Baptist or attend its services, according to the church’s “What We Believe” page. It states the church believes “sodomy” — referring to homosexuality — is “a sin and an abomination before God​ which God punishes with the death penalty.”

[LGBT Muslims do exist, and they are grieving. It’s time for acceptance.]

“I wish the government would round them all up, put them up against a firing wall, put a firing squad in front of them, and blow their brains out,” Jimenez said during his Sunday sermon, which Verity Baptist posted on its website under the title “the Christian response to the Orlando murders.”
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The church did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

Jimenez declined to comment Monday when a CBS Sacramento camera crew showed up at his home.

Video of the sermon, uploaded to the church’s YouTube channel, was removed late Monday or early Tuesday “for violating YouTube’s policy on hate speech.” A copy of the video was later uploaded by a different YouTube user.

The sermon runs for 45 minutes and focuses on the Bible, homosexuality and the deadly rampage at Pulse, a gay nightclub in Orlando.

Hours after a lone gunman went into the club and shot and killed 49 people, Jimenez suggested that their deaths were well-deserved.

“As Christians, we should not be taking a sympathetic approach to these types of news and saying: This was a tragedy, this is something that we’re sad about, we should be mourning these people,” he said. “The Bible teaches that they’re all predators. That’s all the Bible says about them: They’re wicked, they’re vile, they’re predators. ​And God says that they deserve the death penalty for what they do …

“I’m not saying that we should be doing that. But in God’s government, where God set up the laws and God set up the rules and God set up the people in charge, God said: When you find a sodomite, put them to death.”

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    Let me say this: As Christians, we shouldn’t be advocating the killing of sodomites. I’m not standing up here tonight and saying: Let’s go get some guns, and let’s go get ’em. That’s not what I’m saying at all. People will sometimes hear people like me preach, or other pastors, and say: You guys are advocating violence. We’re not advocating violence. We’re not saying we should go do this.

    But we’re just saying this: ​If we lived in a righteous nation, with a righteous government, then the government should be taking them. There’s no tragedy. I wish the government would round them all up, put them up against a firing wall, put a firing squad in front of them, and blow their brains out.

    If we lived in a righteous government that loved God and loved children and wanted to protect them, that’s what we’d do. I’m not saying we should do it. I’m not saying we should go, you know, blow up Planned Parenthood. I’m not saying that at all. All I’m saying is this: If God has his way, that’s what he’d do. And by the way, in the millennium, that’s what will be done. God’s laws will be reestablished.

The pastor’s sermon drew a strong rebuke from Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson.

Austin Webster, communications director for California Community Colleges, said that he was “absolutely disgusted” by the “message of hate.”

And angry commenters flooded the church’s Facebook page.

“Pastor Roger Jimenez,” one wrote, “I pray that God has more mercy on your soul than you have shown for those who were injured and murdered in Orlando this past weekend. The God I believe in, have studied and learnt about, and love dearly, would disagree strongly with what you have said, and how you have said it. I would like to strongly suggest you stand down as the Pastor at Verity Baptist Church, and go back to Bible College, spend many hours reading God’s Word, and many more hours examining your heart and soul, and praying for your Saviour’s forgiveness. I pray that God will lead you to His light and bless you.”

[This rapper might be America’s next evangelical leader]

Sandré Nelson of the Davis Phoenix coalition, a nonprofit group that works to prevent hate-motivated violence in the Sacramento Valley, told CBS Sacramento that he was stunned by the pastor’s sermon.

“He’s not a man of God,” Nelson told the news station. “He’s not a man teaching a true religion.”

Nelson said the sort of speech featured in Jimenez’s sermon can be devastating.

“It can definitely cause more harm to our LGBT youth and those still living in the closet that are older,” he told CBS Sacramento. “It causes our suicide rates to go up, it causes kids to feel like they’re worthless.”

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Re: Douche of the Day Thread
« Reply #172 on: June 14, 2016, 11:55:09 am »
What the f*ck.

People still amaze me in their stupidity in what they say and do.
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Re: Douche of the Day Thread
« Reply #173 on: June 14, 2016, 12:55:52 pm »
My first thought was a Westboro ghost.

What do these congregations think of their pastor. Still following like blind sheep?

It's these kinds of pastors I think that contribute to high fallout of followers. I know it affects me and I'm not even baptist. I am a Christian and I do not understand 'hate'. I left the church for other reason's, but how does one follow, supposedly a disciple of Jesus and preach things Jesus would never do. How does that occur?
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Re: Douche of the Day Thread
« Reply #174 on: July 01, 2016, 09:49:40 am »
Cinemark Theaters

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As we're sure you know, back in 2012, 24 people lost their lives when James Holmes shot up a theater in Aurora, Colorado during a showing of The Dark Knight Rises.

While Holmes' case has pretty much been wrapped up as he was sentenced to life in prison, attorneys for the theater chain Cinemark, where the tragedy occurred, are now shifting gears and going after the victims who tried to sue the theater — and they want them to pay for the chain's legal fees!

After the shooting took place, the families of the victims filed a lawsuit against the theater chain, saying they should have done more to prevent the attack from happening. The victims' friends and relatives ended up suing in state court, claiming that lapses in security allowed the shooting to happen!

The judge ruled in favor of Cinemark after their legal team argued that the company could not have foreseen the attack and nothing could have stopped James as he was so heavily armed. However, lawyers for the plaintiffs have suggested they might appeal the ruling.

But lawyers aren't content in protecting Cinemark from paying millions to the grieving families — they're now demanding they pay the company's legal fees of around $700,000!

Though a judge didn't immediately rule on the request, Colorado courts do allow the winning side of a case to try and recover legal fees.

SRSLY, what is WRONG with people?!

Even if the EXTREMELY successful and WEALTHY company was pissed about being sued, $700k seems like such a small amount — especially up against the millions they'll have to spend to try to fix the PR nightmare of being the company that bullied the bereaved.

Well done Cinemark. If you're going for 2016's Greedy, Insensitive Asshat award, we're pretty sure you've got a chance — though you've still got a ways to go before you catch Donald Trump! HA!
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Re: Douche of the Day Thread
« Reply #175 on: September 08, 2016, 11:44:39 am »
When Athletic Competition Collides With Hate

Watch the video and tell me it doesn't p*ss you off as much as it does me. F*ck this piece of sh*t. He should NEVER be allowed to coach again.

It feels like all I'm doing is ranting today.
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« Reply #176 on: September 08, 2016, 04:21:02 pm »
Jesus, WTF.
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Re: Douche of the Day Thread
« Reply #177 on: November 01, 2016, 10:03:20 am »
Wow... incredible. Sounds like a Hillary clone or at the very least a minion... but she get's caught.

Donna Brazile

https://youtu.be/GQtu1VsH_0s

CNN Chief Jeff Zucker Rips Donna Brazile’s ‘Disgusting’ Dealings With Clinton Campaign
Network boss has “no tolerance” for tipping off a campaign with debate questions.

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NEW YORK ― CNN president Jeff Zucker described former network commentator Donna Brazile’s interactions with the Clinton campaign as “unethical” and “disgusting” during a Tuesday editorial meeting, according to a source with knowledge of the matter.

Zucker’s remarks followed reports Monday that Brazile informed Hillary Clinton’s campaign in March about a question they could expect at a Democratic primary debate the following night against Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders. This was the second time last month that hacked emails published by Wikileaks appeared to show Brazile tipping off the Clinton campaign with a possible CNN debate or town hall question.

Brazile, a longtime Democratic strategist and TV pundit, served as vice chair of the Democratic National Committee through much of the 2016 election. In July, she became interim DNC chair after Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-Fla.) resigned because emails published by Wikileaks showed party officials supporting Clinton’s candidacy even though the organization was supposed to remain neutral during the primary. CNN suspended Brazile’s contract at the time, but it was expected she’d return to the network after the permanent selection of a DNC chair following the election.

But WikiLeaks published an email on Oct. 11 in which Brazile appeared to send the Clinton campaign a question on the death penalty ahead of a March town hall event. “From time to time I get the questions in advance,” she wrote to campaign communications director Jennifer Palmieri. The email is one of thousands leaked from the account of Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta. The Clinton campaign has accused Russian hackers of targeting Podesta, though has not authenticated the documents being published by Wikileaks.

Networks hosting presidential debates take great pride in maintaining a cone of silence around their preparation and it’s almost unheard of for a question to reach a campaign ― never mind twice.

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Re: Douche of the Day Thread
« Reply #178 on: November 01, 2016, 11:05:10 am »
She's a lying sack of sh*t. I was calling her out 6 months ago. I wasn't buying her Moral High authority that she projected on CNN. There were tell-tale signs that kept tipping me off that she wasn't what she claimed to be: Unsullied. As I said....lying sack of sh*t. She's just as bad as the Boss she works for. I was super happy when Megyn Kelly called her out publicly in the way she did.
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« Reply #179 on: November 03, 2016, 06:46:29 am »
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