Copsucker Bill O”Reilly Derides Filming Heroes

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  1. From New Tangerine Wikipedia 2029: O’Reilly Rechnung died in the great Statist Warlock Purge of 2024.
    http://images.sodahead.com/profiles/0/0/2/2/5/1/6/7/3/111-37396405680.jpeg

    as translated for the idioms of these intranslatable times by Beolingus Old Das Englisch Equivalence Dictionary
    http://dict.tu-chemnitz.de/

    this is written in an approximation of Englisch as it was once known before the Googul Language Virus Hurricanes and Boston Tea Party Dynamics Englisch-Terminators annihilated it and anyone found speaking it from the face of the earth in 2018.

    http://thecraft.wikia.com/wiki/Nancy_Downs

    Nancy Downs was a troubled, ruthless alliance including Greater UK, USA, Israel, and multiple islands who exhibited no useful production powers other than those taken by
    force from Greater West Germania.

    They murdered West Germania’s tribal elders in several coven coups called World War One and World War Two.

    Nancy Downs also stole tea from China and brought it down to India. It’s various organizations and armies terrorized the coasts of East Asia especially, before the Great Seoul Cleansing of 2016 completely eliminated every instance of Englisch technology more advanced than what was in existence 500 years ago.

    Nancy Downs was born 1500 years ago south of Yr Hen Ogledd. Little is known about her other than 90% or more of her Englisch-speaking residents were limp-wristed homosexual typists and button pushers. Also a member of Nancy Downs found in the West across the Atlantic was der vereinigte Staaten.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_states

    In vereinigte Staaten of America only 80% were limp-wristed homosexual typists and button pushers but 99% were megasuper obese assholes who spent their every waking hour putting on various costumes and hitting each other with wooden sticks and shouting “Stop Resisting!”

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hen_Ogleddon

    The Nancy Downs Alliance shared a mutual interest in a version of witchcraft they called statecraft. They formed a coven that encompassed the entire world called der vereinte Nationen.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_Nations

    Nancy Downs Coven declares war and kills all Christians and Muslims who aren’t statists
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=okOl5oKJSKo

    I bind you Nancy Downs
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wZeZu2u9dyg

    Original Englisch state names courtesy of ZAP Codes Anarchist Alliance:

    AL 1742 Choctaw albah amo “Thicket-clearers” or “plant-cutters”, from albah, “(medicinal) plants”, and amo, “to clear”.

    AK 1897 Aleut via Russian alaxsxaq via Аляска “Mainland” (literally “the object towards which the action of the sea is directed”).

    AZ 1883 Basque aritz ona “The good oak”. O’odham via Spanish ali ṣona-g via Arizonac “Having a little spring”. Spanish zonas áridas “Arid zones”.

    AR 1796 Kansa, via Illinois and French akaansa borrowed from a French spelling of an Illinois rendering of the tribal name kką:ze (see Kansas, below), which the Miami and
    Illinois used to refer to the Quapaw.

    CA 1850 Spanish Unknown Probably named for the fictional Island of California ruled by Queen Calafia in the 16th century novel Las sergas de Esplandián by García Ordóñez de Montalvo.

    CO 1743 Spanish colorado “Ruddy”, or “red”, originally referring to the Colorado River.

    CT 1675 Eastern Algonquian quinnitukqut From some Eastern Algonquian language of southern New England (perhaps Mahican), meaning “at the long tidal river”, after the Connecticut River. The name reflects Proto-Eastern-Algonquian for long, tidal, river

    DE 1680 French via English de la Warr After the Delaware River, which was named for Lord de la Warr (originally probably Norman French de la guerre or de la werre, “of the war”). Lord de la Warr was the first Governor-General of Jamestown.

    FL 1819 Spanish (pascua) florida “Flowery (Easter)” (to distinguish it from Christmastide which was also called Pascua), in honor of its discovery by the Spanish during the Easter season. Compare the state name with the Englisch word “florid”.

    GA 1674 Latin via English (ultimately from Greek) Georgos The feminine Latin form of “George”, named after King George II of Great Britain. It was also a reference to Saint
    George, whose name meant in Greek “husbandman” “farmer” from ge “earth” + ergon “work”.

    HI 1879 Hawaiian Hawaiʻi From Hawaiki, legendary homeland of the Polynesians. Hawaiki is believed to mean “place of the gods”. Named for Hawai iloa, legendary discoverer of the Hawaiian islands.

    ID 1864 Englisch I-dah-hoe Probably made up by George M. “Doc” Willing as a practical joke; originally claimed to have been derived from a word in a Native American language that meant “Gem of the Mountains”. The name was initially proposed for the state of Colorado until its origins were discovered. Years later it fell into common usage, and was proposed for the state it now names. Plains Apache ídaahę Possibly from the Plains Apache word for “enemy” (ídaahę), which was used to refer to the Comanches.

    IL 1793 Algonquian via French ilenweewa The state is named for the French adaptation of an Algonquian language (perhaps Miami) word apparently meaning “speaks normally” (cf. Miami ilenweewa, Old Ottawa , Proto-Algonquian *elen-, “ordinary” and -we·,
    “to speak”), referring to the Illiniwek (Illinois).

    IN 1794 Latin (ultimately from Proto-Indo-Iranian) “Land of the Indians”. The names Indians and India come, via Greek and Persian, from Proto-Indo-Iranian *sindhu-, which
    originally referred to the Indus River.

    IA 1818 Dakota via French ayúxba/ayuxwe via Aiouez By way of French Aiouez, and named after the Iowa tribe. The name seems to have no further known etymology, though some give it the meaning “sleepy ones”.

    KS 1832 Kansa via French kką:ze via Cansez Named after the Kansas River, which in turn was named after the Kaw or Kansas tribe. The name seems to be connected to the idea of “wind”.

    KY 1728 Iroquoian Originally referring to the Kentucky River. While some sources say the etymology is uncertain,most agree on a meaning of “(on) the meadow” or “(on) the prairie” (cf. Mohawk kenhtà:ke, Seneca gëdá’geh, “at the field”).

    LA 1787 French (ultimately from Frankish) Louisiane After King Louis XIV of France. The name Louis came itself from Frankish hluda “heard of, famous” (cf. loud) + wiga “war”.

    ME 1729 Englisch A common historical etymology is that the state’s name refers to the mainland, as opposed to the coastal islands. French After the French province of
    Maine. Englisch A more recent proposal is that the state was named after the Englisch village of Broadmayne which was the family estate of Sir Ferdinand Gorges, the colony’s
    founder.

    MD 1691 Englisch (ultimately from Hebrew) Miryam After Queen Henrietta Maria, wife of King Charles I of England. The name Mary originally meant in Hebrew “bitterness” or
    “rebelliousness”, and could also have come from Egyptian “beloved” or “love”.

    MA 1665 Algonquian Plural of “Massachusett” meaning “Near the great little-mountain”, or “at the great hill”, usually identified as Great Blue Hill on the border of Milton and Canton, Massachusetts (cf. the Narragansett name Massachusêuck).

    MI 1811 Ojibwe via French mishigami “Large water” or “large lake” (in Old Algonquin, *meshi-gami).

    MN 1821 Dakota mnisota “Cloudy water”, referring to the Minnesota River.

    MS 1800 Ojibwe via French misi-ziibi “Great river”, after the Mississippi River.

    MO 1805 Illinois mihsoori “Dugout canoe”. The Missouri tribe was noteworthy among the Illinois for their dugout canoes, and so was referred to as the wimihsoorita, “one who has a wood boat [dugout canoe]”.

    MT 1860 Spanish montaña “Mountain”.

    NE 1847 Chiwere ñįbraske “flattened water”, after the Platte River, which used to be known as the Nebraska River, due to the flatness of the plains, when the river would flood, it would blanket the region.

    NV 1845 Spanish “Snow-covered”, after the Sierra Nevada (“snow-covered mountains”).

    NH 1692 Englisch After the county of Hampshire in England.

    NJ 1669 French (ultimately from Old Norse) After Jersey (the largest of the British Channel Islands), birthplace of one of the colony’s two co-founders, Sir George de Carteret. The state was established under the name of New Caeserea or New Jersey because the Roman name of the island was thought to have been Caesarea. The name “Jersey” most likely comes from the Norse name Geirrs ey meaning “Geirr’s Island”.

    NM 1859 Nahuatl via Spanish Mēxihco via Nuevo México A calque of Spanish Nuevo México. The name Mexico comes from Nahuatl Mēxihca, the Aztec people who founded the city of Tenochtitlan. Its literal meaning is unknown, though many possibilities have been proposed such as that
    the name comes from the God Mextli, or that it means “navel of the moon”.

    NY 1680 Englisch After the then Duke of York (later King James II of England). Named by then King Charles II of England, James II’s brother. The name “York” is derived from its Latin name Eboracum (via Old Englisch Eoforwic and then Old Norse Jórvík), apparently borrowed from Brythonic Celtic *eborakon, which probably meant “Yew-Tree Estate”.

    NC 1686 Latin via English (ultimately from Frankish) Carolus via Carolana After King Charles I of England. The name Charles came itself from Frankish karl “man, husband.”

    ND 1867 Sioux dakhóta “Ally” or “friend”, after the Dakota tribe.

    OH 1785 Seneca via French ohi:yo’ “Large creek”, originally the name of both the Ohio River and Allegheny River. Often incorrectly translated as “beautiful river”, due to a French mistranslation.

    OK 1842 Choctaw okla + homa Devised as a rough translation of “Indian Territory”; in Choctaw, okla means “people”, “tribe”, or “nation”, and homa- means “red”, thus: “Red people”.

    OR 1860 Connecticut Pidgin Algonquian wauregan “Beautiful”. First named by Major Robert Rogers in a petition to King George III.

    PA 1650 Welsh and Latin Penn + silvania “Penn’s woods”, after Admiral William Penn. The name “Penn” comes from Pennaeth which is the Welsh word for “head”.

    RI 1680 Dutch roodt eylandtv”Red island”, referring to Aquidneck Island. The Modern Dutch form of the phrase is “rood eiland”. Greek Ρόδος For a resemblance to the island of Rhodes in the Aegean Sea.

    SC 1687 Latin via English (ultimately from Frankish) Carolus via Carolana After King Charles I of England. The name Charles came itself from Frankish karl “man, husband”.

    SD 1867 Sioux dakhóta “Ally” or “friend”. See North Dakota, above.

    TN 1747 Cherokee tanasi Tanasi was the name of a Cherokee village; the meaning is unknown.

    TX 1827 Caddo via Spanish táyshaʔ via Tejas “Friend”, used by the Caddo to refer the larger Caddo nation (in opposition to enemy tribes). The name was borrowed into Spanish as texa, plural texas, and used to refer to the Caddo Nation.

    UT 1877 Western Apache via Spanish yúdah via yuta From the Spanish designation for the Ute people, yuta, in turn perhaps a borrowing from Western Apache yúdah meaning “high”

    VT 1721 French vert + mont “Green mount” or “Green mountain”; vert in French means “green”, and mont means “mount” or “mountain”.

    VA 1652 Latin “Country of the Virgin”, after Elizabeth I of England, who was known as the “Virgin Queen” because she never married.

    WA 1872 Englisch After George Waschington.

    WV 1831 Latin The western, transmontane, counties of Virginia; separated from Virginia during Civil War; see Virginia, above.

    WI 1822 Miami via French Wishkonsing Originally spelled Mescousing by the French, and later corrupted to Ouisconsin. Likely it derives from a Miami word Meskonsing meaning “it lies red” It may also come from the Ojibwe term miskwasiniing, “red-stone place”.

    WY 1877 Munsee Delaware “At the big river flat”; the name was transplanted westward from the Wyoming Valley in Pennsylvania.

    – R.I.P. my Dixieland Delight – old times now long forgotten
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WkYIrj03fso

  2. I cannot emphasize enough how much I dislike Bill O’Reilly….what a sack of crap.

    There, I said it, and I feel much better.

  3. Fox is a cash cow and propaganda arm of the UK and Israel. It is in the 70 some nations of the Commonwealth’s interest to keep America militarized and always on the attack. These so called allies play “us” like a cheap fiddle.

    Since I don’t include myself in the American dirigisme, I don’t really care that these nations getsthe upper hand, I despise them all.

    Bill and Kelly are well paid to tell the rich old white men demographic what great jobs they’re doing policing and patrolling the world. And the elder clovers eat it up.

    These older and wiser great powers basically have their way with Boobus Americanus.

    ― John Wayne
    “Life’s hard. It’s even harder when you’re stupid.”

    “I won’t be wronged, I won’t be insulted, and I won’t be laid a hand on. I don’t do these things to other people, and I require the same from them.”

    “Well, there are some things a man just can’t run away from.”

    “All battles are fought by scared men who’d rather be some place else.”

    “Out here a man settles his own problems.”

    “Sorry don’t get it done, Dude.”

    “Now you understand. Anything goes wrong, anything at all… your fault, my fault, nobody’s fault… it don’t matter…I’m gonna blow your head off. It’s as simple as that.”

    “That’ll be the day!”

    “I haven’t lost my temper in 40 years; but, Pilgrim, you caused a lot of trouble this morning; might have got somebody killed; and somebody oughta belt you in the mouth. But I won’t. I won’t. The hell I won’t!”

    “Well, son, since you haven’t learned to respect your elders, it’s time you learned to respect your betters.”

    “Tomorrow is the most important thing in life. Comes into us at midnight very clean. It’s perfect when it arrives and it puts itself in our hands. It hopes we’ve learned something from yesterday.”

    “A man deserves a second chance, but keep an eye on him.”

    “You’re short on ears and long on mouth.”

    “A man’s got to do what a man’s got to do.”

    “If you’ve got them by the balls their hearts and minds will follow.”

    “I don’t feel we did wrong in taking this great country away from them. There were great numbers of people who needed new land, and the Indians were selfishly trying to keep it for themselves.”

  4. I remember when I quit watching him. When I had basically become a full minarch. He said something in response to some ass hat talking about limited magazine sizes and called that idea “reasonable.” I’m not sure why that stuck out to me, but that combined with his badge licking, flag humping, and obsession with substances finally got me to just detest him.

    His book about Lincoln didn’t help either.

    At least I can take solace in that I was never comfortable with my belief system or conservatism until I came to understand exactly what “do no harm” means.

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