Brian Kotowski

Brian Kotowski 8 months ago on Jim Webster: Resistance to change

For all Preezy's delusional bs about how opposing Syrian “refugees"=cowardice, here's a rundown of the 60+ ISIS vermin we've been obliged to arrest in our own cities; in the last 18 months alone. The vast majority of whom are “refugees.” Keep in mind Preezy's own State Department & FBI Director say it's impossible to vet the Syrians he wants to import. So let's bring 'em in - by the thousands! What could possibly go wrong?

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Brian Kotowski 8 months, 4 weeks ago on Monday event in Steamboat aims to spread awareness about gun violence

The multiple threats referenced above were all issued post "apology." Still, it's nice that a pansy like that has an apologist like you carrying his water.

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Brian Kotowski 9 months ago on Monday event in Steamboat aims to spread awareness about gun violence

Not quite. At least two of the demagogues have expressed their outrage that I wasn't busted for pulling on the crackheads. If they disagree with you, they're more than happy to have you grab your ankles.

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Brian Kotowski 9 months ago on Monday event in Steamboat aims to spread awareness about gun violence

Surprising to see at least one of our resident demagogues dialing back the rhetoric. Be interesting to see if it lasts. Color me skeptical.

I'm actually in agreement on one isolated point: George Zimmerman acted stupidly. The cops arrived about 60 seconds after he blasted the kid. If Zimmerman had stayed in his car, the kid would be alive & Zimmerman wouldn't have a target on his back.

The kid acted even more stupidly. The reality is that each man assumed the worst about the other. Martin's knee jerk reaction to that assumption was to attack someone he knew nothing about. Zimmerman pulled as a last resort. Martin's first instinct was violence and bloodshed, and it got him killed. No one is obliged to take a beating. Oliver Wendell Holmes had it right: The right to swing your fist ends where the other man's nose begins. The law agrees with Holmes. And Zimmerman.

Regarding me and my dad being "emboldened" - that's a load of crap. In each instance, we were penned in with no means of retreat; outnumbered two to one. Dad was actively trying evacuate his wife and kid from a bad situation, and was blocked from leaving. In both cases all parties involved went their own separate ways - peacefully.

It's instructive that during all this back & forth over the parameters of self-defense and bravery & cowardice, the only - and multiple - threats of bodily harm have come from the gun control side of the argument. RJ has been explicit, and extended an open ended offer: "Anytime, anywhere" so he can wail on me with his thunderous left. He's assured me I wouldn't last 15 seconds. Or is it only 5? I forget. As it turns out, he's a ferocious badass. Just ask him.

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Brian Kotowski 9 months ago on Loita Mauer: End local fluoridation

If you watch one of the later (& possibly the very last) of the war room scenes very carefully, you can see the actor who plays the Russian ambassador struggling - and not always successfully - to keep it together, because Sellers is so freaking hysterical. I've read they had to do more takes of that scene than any other because the entire crew was finding it difficult to keep their composure.

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Brian Kotowski 9 months ago on Monday event in Steamboat aims to spread awareness about gun violence

So many trolls. So easily worked into a lather like Pavlov's rabid cur. He's here all week, folks. Tip your waitress! And someone bring a mop - there's no end to its drool.

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Brian Kotowski 9 months ago on Monday event in Steamboat aims to spread awareness about gun violence

"I'm not biting your bile bait today. You try to have a good one. Go kill something."

"I just agitate the turds pond scum opposition."

"That wasn't a snide tone. That was me calling names directly, exposing the blowhard racist for what he is."

"...this forum serves a continuing purpose, in that it is a release for pent-up frustrations and aggressions, where one can facelessly pound one's chest and act the big man, with none being the wiser " [Gotta love the irony in that one; especially the 'facelessly pounding one's chest' whine, from the faceless chest pounder showing us what a big man he is, with his thunderous left and stuff]

By golly, Steve - you're right. It's little man stuff. What's even more pathetic is that your self-righteous indignation is so selective. Says more about you than you realize.

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