Dateline 4/11/2007: Why Chris Hayes was “quietly crying” into his sweater

March 18, 2014

Okay so we know this happened:

h/t  The Daily Caller. But what triggered it?

Hm…. via Wiki here are the day’s key events.

April 11, 2007 (Wednesday).

  • American novelist Kurt Vonnegut dies on April 11, 2007, in Manhattan after a fall at his Manhattan home several weeks prior results in irreversible brain injuries



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  1. Your question, Dan, might well be answered by the answer to yet another question-who the hell is Chris Hayes?

  2. Ragspierre says:

    What? No hot chocolate in the house, and a hole in the toe of his jammies…???

    Life is HARD.

  3. Ragspierre says:

    Al-Qa’ida-type organisations, with beliefs and methods of operating similar to those who carried out the 9/11 attacks, have become a lethally powerful force from the Tigris to the Mediterranean in the past three years. Since the start of 2014, they have held Fallujah, 40 miles west of Baghdad, much of the upper Euphrates valley, and exert increasing control over the Sunni heartlands of northern Iraq. In Syria, their fighters occupy villages and towns from the outskirts of Damascus to the border with Turkey, including the oilfields in the north-east of the country. Overall, they are now the most powerful military force in an area the size of Britain.

    I had been assured several times that bowing to the Islamic world, pulling out of Iraq, and killing bin Laden had made us all safe again.
    —Steven Green

    Yeah. There is a lot to cry about when you have a CIC who is anti-American and a big, fat liar.

    It makes the world SO much more dangerous.

  4. Ragspierre says:

    Yep. Like we predicted.

    Stupid, stupid lying Collectivists.

  5. Ragspierre says:

    Odd. That was just what Deemocrats in the South used to do with murder charges, except backwards.

  6. Ragspierre says:

    An Associated Press survey found examples coast to coast. Seattle Cancer Care Alliance is excluded by five out of eight insurers in Washington state’s insurance exchange. MD Anderson Cancer Center says it’s in less than half of the plans in the Houston area. Memorial Sloan-Kettering is included by two of nine insurers in New York City and has out-of-network agreements with two more.

    Doctors and administrators say they’re concerned. So are some state insurance regulators.

    In all, only four of 19 nationally recognized comprehensive cancer centers that responded to AP’s survey said patients have access through all the insurance companies in their state exchange.

    … “This is a marked deterioration of access to the premier cancer centers for people who are signing up for these plans,” Mendelson said.

    Those patients may not be able get the most advanced treatment, including clinical trials of new medications.

    And there’s another problem: It’s not easy for consumers shopping online in the new insurance markets to tell whether top-level institutions are included in a plan. That takes additional digging by the people applying.

    Again, like we predicted. Cancer treatment is not for “the little people”.

  7. Ragspierre says:

    Evidently, there were domestic violence issues in their relationship [very common in homosexual relationships, statistically], including an incident when Voronov accused Weir of biting him:

    About a month before the games in Russia, Weir’s husband filed a police report in which he alleged the three-time U.S. national champion of biting him.
    Despite the allegations, the couple had appeared to have worked out their differences when they appeared in a Lyndhurst, New Jersey, courtroom, requesting a judge dismiss the case.
    >Weir married Voronov in December 2011 and recently spoke about their dynamic relationship.

    “A marriage between two guys is different than what I imagine a marriage between a man and a woman [to be],” he told Access Hollywood in February. “I mean, we’re both constantly trying to fight to wear the pants in the relationship.
    “It’s constant fireworks,” Weir added. “It’s very boom, boom, boom.”
    —Robt. Stacey McCain

    But, see, it isn’t a marriage. No matter how you pervert the language, it still has a meaning.