Nick Gillespie on Fox Business' Freedom Watch with Judge Andrew Napolitano Tonight, 8PM ET

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Reason's Nick Gillespie will appear on Fox Business' Freedom Watch with Judge Andrew Napolitano tonight. The show airs at 8pm and 11PM ET. Go here for more info.

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  1. By posting this heads up, you ensure that Freedom Watch will get at least 10 to 15 additonal viewers who couldn’t grab their asses with both hands if their lives depended on it–Nick Gillespie’s kind of folks. For Christ’s sake, donate now!

    1. Desperation is a stinky cologne, Max.

      1. Edward’s scent of choice is Impotent Rage, heller. It’s made by Axe.

      2. Without your snarky replies to Max, heller, I would have no idea what he says. I’d ‘rather hear gunshots from my child’s bedroom’ than to read a Max post.

        http://www.wwtdd.com/2011/03/r…..on-itunes/

    2. Hey wait a minute. I just checked and I can grab my ass with both hands. I can even do it with my eyes closed!

      1. Maybe that has more to do with how huge your ass is than anything else, Louie Anderson.

        1. You like it. Who is Louie Anderson?

  2. If any of you haven’t read the Judge’s books, I actually think they’re a pretty good wake-up call. And he doesn’t spare the GOP one bit: “Constitutional Chaos” was written in 2004, and repeatedly attacks the Bush admin. & Ashcroft, esp. He even has a brief chapter about his conversion from being a conservative to a libertarian; basically, the cops lied to his face so many goddamn times in court for the “greater good” of getting criminals behind bars, that he lost his faith in gov’t authority.

    1. He even has a brief chapter about his conversion from being a conservative to a libertarian; basically, the cops lied to his face so many goddamn times in court for the “greater good” of getting criminals behind bars, that he lost his faith in gov’t authority.

      This chapter is key and it is a particularly scathing indictment of why government has too much centralized power. It’s a great read.

  3. Oh, yeah, Napoiltano is a superb intellectual. That’s why Fox News snapped him up. Sarah Palin has set a high bar for Fox, but they keep coming through. High-level objective analysis–it can be a slog, but it’s worth it. Fucking wingnuts.

    1. Fucking wingnuts. How do they work?

    2. Someone inform Max’s parents that he’s escaped from daycare again.

  4. I like Michael Bay’s sense of motion. No director has a more fluid style.

    I like Rob Liefeld’s art work. It is abstract primal, and more visually interesting than 99% of anything else out there whatever you may think of the man’s sometimes flawed depiction of anatomy. Jack Kirby 2.0.

    Before Phil Collins took over, the Genesis sound was basically unlistenable due to the lack of professionalism in the studio recordings . . .

    1. It’s like it’s designed just for us…to hate!

    2. Is this the lead-in to a kickass sex/butcher scene in an American Psycho sequel?

      1. Do you like Huey Lewis and The News?

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