Counter-Stormy Programming

Since the Stinque Department of Lady-Bits promised Nojo that there’d be a Jon Hamm posting to counter every Stormy posting, here is today’s counter-programming to Bloggie’s post.

I couldn’t find a photo of him riding a horse like Stormy was in her photo, this was the closest I could get.

It’s semi-NSFW, depending upon your office seating situation.

Centaur image via [Celebitchy]

Shouldn’t something like this be painted on black velvet?

@ManchuCandidate: BWAHAHAHAHAHAHA!

Are we stuck with this guy?

Sure, but what lady is gonna volunteer to pestork the guy when you have to grip his belly while hanging upside down and swinging back and forth like a flesh-tone porch swing?

Ignore them, Lefty. Some of us appreciate your fine work.

Centaur pron? Ask and Stinque shall provide.

Are we sure that’s not Josh Brolin?

@mellbell: Hmmmmm. Yes, not nearly as fuzzy as that Draper dude…minus the equine parts.

What the? I don’t know what the fuck that thing is but it ain’t no Jon Hamm. Where is the unlike button on here?

TJ: While I’m in an angry mood, I’d just like to add that this Stephanie Grace person needs to tossed out a moving car in the middle of Compton with her racist email glued to her forehead, stripped of her iPhone and her daddy’s money.

@TJ/ Jamie Sommers /TJ: It doesn’t make me feel too great that she’s clerking for Kozinski, a SCOTUS feeder, and chief judge of the circuit that will likely be hearing cases related to the new Arizona law.

@TJ/ Jamie Sommers /TJ: @mellbell: Ladies, I googled Jon Hamm and horse and that was what I got. I guess Betty Draper is the only one with equestrian skills. Sorry.

@TJ/ Jamie Sommers /TJ:

Meet your next Supreme Court “Justice” circa 2037.

@TJ/ Jamie Sommers /TJ: WHAT?

@SanFranLefty: WHAT? And, s’alrite. I just learned that Josh Brolin was in the Goonies. Who played the old dude in that movie? I used to live next door to his daughter.

Here’s a great picture of Jon, rode hard and put up wet.

While decent people would consider authoring that e-mail to be social suicide, her stock likely shot up with the Federalist crowd, and besides which Hah-vahd specializes in churning out the psychopaths, compulsive liars, and kleptomanics that eventually ru(i)n our nation for some reason.

Oh, Stephanie! Haven’t you learned anything from Above the Law?

Right on, Elie

To put it another way, I didn’t go to law school to figure out why Plessy v. Ferguson was wrongly decided. I already knew it was wrongly decided; I didn’t need a school of any stripe to explain it to me. And I didn’t go to law school to figure out how white people came to the conclusion that Plessy v. Ferguson was wrongly decided. Who cares about their incoherent system of justice that led to the idiotic decision in the first place?

I didn’t go to law school to hear white people academically debate whether or not it was okay to segregate me in my own freaking country. I went to law school to try to help me understand how good and intelligent people could be so abusive yet call it “legal.”

Sadly, I learned.

I learned that the overarching point of high-level legal analysis is to say something that somebody else has said before. I learned that “I have a great idea” is frowned upon, while “I’m sure that a dead white man had this idea already” is rewarded. I learned that engaging with a dumb question makes you look smart, while refusing to accept the premise of the same question makes you look like you have something to hide.

Oh, and she looks just like this young Republican gal named Ashley (shock) that I went to college with who simply refused to believe that anyone could be hungry in America. Fuck the facts, stats and personal stories, she simply refused to believe it ’cause “our poor are the wealthiest in the world.” Try wrapping your mind around that.

P.S. She likely ran Bush’s DHHS.

@TJ/ Jamie Sommers /TJ:

That woman is a murderess.

ADD: Oh, wait Stephanie Grace. I thought you meant Nancy Grace. Sorry.

Who the hell is Stephanie Grace?

ADD ADD: You’ll note that none of you overlords, not one, has ever deigned to post hot Filipino or Korean tail on here for my perusal. All I get is this hairy, 5-o-clock shadow stuff. Might as well be my dad.

ADD ADD ADD: Not even on my birthday.

@Tommmcatt Loves The Giant Floating Head:

She’s the 3L Harvard Law twit who’s fired off the eugenics fellating e-mail read round the world and finally ignited the race war we’ve all been waiting for.

Unsurprisingly, she also has The Demon Eyes.

@Original Andrew:

Oh. She might as well be a murderess, for that I have as low an opinion of her, perforce.

@Tommmcatt Loves The Giant Floating Head:

Check out this hawt Asian tail.

Barely Legal and Centerfold Squares are my favorites. Gotta love how they pixelized the nips and naughty areas.

@Tommmcatt Loves The Giant Floating Head: I like the pretty boyz, too. Can we compromise on Daniel Dae Kim?

@TJ/ Jamie Sommers /TJ: Where is the unlike button on here?

The moment I implement any Facebook plug-in, shoot me.

On the other hand, Some Geek hasn’t installed the Rimshot Button yet.

@JNOV: If you liked that, you will love this comment on Gawker. I want to give this commenter a parade and a year’s supply of cupcakes.

@TJ/ Jamie Sommers /TJ: Makes me want to cry. I wish I could figure out all that new “promoting” comments business over there. All I could say was, “Thank you.” And thank you for linking to it.

@TJ/ Jamie Sommers /TJ: Since I still have commenting privileges (until I get yanked for shilling Nojo’s bumper sticker on Gawker), I hearted her and nominated her for COTD.

@SanFranLefty: I hearted her, too, but I still don’t understand that promoting business. I’m one follower short of a star, so maybe I don’t have the golden key or something.

I thought you were talking about the Nevada Chicken Lady.

The comment system is more of a popularity contest these days. Sometimes it feels like HS. As for stars, those are handed out by the editors. I’ve seen more than a few get taken away for being a dick/boring/idiot. I was kicked off Deadspin for a throwaway lame comment.

@ManchuCandidate: That was Jr’s response when he saw another Fox affiliate gaffe.

I thought 25 followers = A Golden Ticket, but I left that joint once they fired Moe and started burying stories after the jump. I only go back when you guys or someone on FB links to The Evil Empire.

I’m going to have to side with mellbell and Jamie and question whether that’s actually Jon Hamm. But I do appreciate your fine, fine efforts on behalf of the Dept. of Ladybits, SFL, in continuing to provide the man candy!

@Tommmcatt Loves The Giant Floating Head:

Hey now I’d never mock. Just a friendly nudge to the ribs.

Let’s tie two stories together!

The story has taken a life of its own and Stephanie’s identity is no secret — this story is being talked about on campuses all over the country. If we shielded her identity, we’d be treating her differently than the subjects of other stories. It seems like the word “outing” only comes up when the subject is a person that an upper-middle-class, educated blogger would consider a peer. For instance, nobody minded when the name of the Virginia NASCAR enthusiast with the racist pick-up truck came out.

This is a Gawker editor explaining to ATL why they published Stephanie’s name, which apparently ATL had kept confidential.

The explanation works until about halfway through, when the editor gets all preachy about class. Why preachy? NASCAR Doug outed himself. He was the one who called WaPo, and revived interest in his pickup.

The Gawker editor may be right, in general. But her resort to that excuse in the face of contrary fact calls her out as a douchette.

@nojo: It doesn’t work for me simply because the construct of “a person an upper-middle class, educated blogger would consider a peer” is entirely subjective and can vary from blog to blog and blogger to blogger. Even if NASCAR Doug hadn’t outed himself, we still would have little idea what kind of person is subject to outing.

I will give Gawker this, however. They’re also willing to name the person who started this brouhaha. ATL is not, even though they’re linking to Gawker and no longer removing comments naming Grace. If ATL comments are to be believed, someone slipped her identity past the moderators, so Gawker should have it posted in the next 12 hours.

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