Great Moments In Romney Family Social Media Pix

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Sketchy Mormon dad doing something sexy with a water hose.Mitt Romney and fam are all over the social media! So says Buzzfeed, which trawled through every comical Twitter or Blogspot photo any Romney or in-law has posted over the past several years. Here’s Mitt Romney at his mansion’s rodeo grounds(?) teaching his grandkids how to spray factory workers who are considering unionizing with an acid hose. What is that dirty look on his face? Oh well. After the jump: Craig Romney’s tits!

Has Craig Romney been Sheriff Paul Babeu’s illegal gay Mexican lover all this time?

For Halloween 2007, Craig Romney went “dressed as his dad,” his wife as a hippie/Pocahontas, and then what we have is a furry. Can the furry be president, please?

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228 comments

  1. memzilla

    My deepest sympathy, and a gallon of frothy eye-bleach, to the Buzzfeed crew.

    What is seen, cannot be unseen.

    1. Preferred Customer

      But they look pretty happy! It should give us comfort that an insanely rich white family can still find happiness in this great nation of ours.

    2. Fare la Volpe

      And here I was marveling that every member looks like they were drowned in bronzer. What is it with super rich preps that makes them tan so obsessively?

    1. ThundercatHo

      Eh, those mormans all look alike. Might have something to do with the shallower gene pool also, too.

      1. MittBorg

        Funny, I hadn't considered that. You're correct, though. They're pretty inbred, at this point, especially with all the plural-marriageing and the NO CULLUD PEEPLEZ EVAH shit.

    1. BornInATrailer

      The little ghostly child in the middle right side? Yeah. Probably just looking for one of those special baptisms.

      1. ph7

        Jimi Hendix, Duanne Allman, Stevie Ray Vaughan? (If they're dead, Mitt's Army retro-baptized them Mormon).

    2. Ruhe

      Yes, gesturing toward the trees as if to say

      "My mother killed her little son;
      My father grieved when I was gone;
      My sister loved me best of all;
      She laid her kerchief over me,
      And took my bones that they might lie
      Underneath the juniper-tree
      Kywitt, Kywitt, what a beautiful bird am I!"

  2. MrFizzy

    Probably safe to assume Willard was using the fire hose to teach his dog or the lawn boy some new tricks.

  3. flamingpdog

    Newell, if you ever publish a picture of Rick Santorum holding a hose like that with fluid spraying out of the end, I'm never coming back to Wonkette again.

  4. freakishlywrong

    Is that middle photo why none of his litter of boys never joined the military? Or, maybe, only poors fight the wars, right, Craig?

    1. Texan_Bulldog

      Don't you know they serve the country by working on their father's campaign? (Frankly, my 4 years in the Army were probably a lot easier than trying to make Willard seem human-like.)

        1. Texan_Bulldog

          Awww….thanks. Frankly, I feel guilty taking any praise for it.

          It was from 85-89, stateside the whole time. Times were less crazy and my MOS was journalist so I stayed in HQs buildings most of the time. I mostly just drank (there was a bar about 200 yards from the barracks) and bitched about PT (see part about the bar).

          I swear to Allah, the most important things I learned were how to drive a stick (transmission–not man parts) & how to french braid my hair so I wouldn't have to cut it.

          1. Steverino247

            I learned to drive a manual transmission in the Korean DMZ. You might say I was a highly motivated student. Since I was rarely near a shower (combat arms MOS, you know) I kept the hair cut pretty short and got used to it.

          2. Steverino247

            1974-75. Was a guard at Panmunjom then MG gunner for an air cav unit when I got fed up with the bullshit (which a year later ended up in the tree-cutting incident) at the JSA.

            I get that a lot, though, when I say I was in Korea. Lest we forget, we've got 28K stationed there right now.

          3. MittBorg

            Most of my friends who were in Korea are in their 70s and older today.

            I haven't read much about the US in Korea, which I should. Currently reading about VietNam and the US conflict there, and also trying to get caught up with a buttload of Southeast Asian history, military, cultural, and political. This is my year to read Indian history and maybe get caught up with some recommendations from some fine Wonketteers, but I can see Korea needs to be on the list.

            Any recommendations?

          4. Steverino247

            Dots or feathers on the Indian history?

            Not really sure about a good book on Korea. I've read the Army Green Series things which are good, but a heavy slog for most "outsiders" I would think since the book discusses the conflict for proto-colonels and historians. Try here: http://www.history.army.mil/html/bookshelves/coll

            Let me think about it. When I get an answer, I'll post it as an aside in a future comment. There's a great online book store I can recommend, but don't have the URL at the moment.

          5. MittBorg

            Dots. The Feathers are scheduled for next year. I went to AZ with my sweetie and we bought enough books at the bookstores on the Rez to fill up the trunk of the car. I'm'a try to read 'em all next year if I don't expire from frustration first.

            This year, it's the Dots.

            Thank you kindly, dude. I've actually been reading quite a bit of military history (mostly WW II so far) and you're right, it's not exactly light reading matter. I shall hie me to that link forthwith.

          6. MittBorg

            You're a real pal, Steverino. Don't care about discounts. This house is knee deep in books, in fact the most expensive things in this house are the books, since the inhabitants don't care for much beyond what life gives in abundance for free.

            I visited the other link, and look forward to some very enjoyable and educational reading. Again, thanks. (Hugs the Steverino in a totally not-gay way)

    1. MissTaken

      I don't know who that child is but I guaran-fucking-tee it's going to give me nightmares tonight. Aah!

      1. Lionel[redacted]Esq

        That child made less than 30% on his investments the year before, so he isn't allowed to join in the family fun of hosing down the hippies.

      2. SorosBot

        You mean the image of those children doesn't make you want to get pregnant and have another screaming mouth to feed and take care of?

        The other day I actually got some shit from two friends who are parents for telling them I don't want to have kids. There's something about being a parent that makes a lot of people unable to understand the fact that many of us don't want to join them in parenthood.

          1. SorosBot

            Well of course if Santorum gets his way kids would have to result from fucking and there would be nothing we could do to prevent that.

          2. Baconzgood

            True story:

            After having my second Baconz jr. While pushing the stroller downtown, I ran into a friend I hadn't seen since High school he said "You hated kids. I never thought you'd 'want' kids in my life" I said "Well Baconzfriendfromhighschool, I don't 'want' to stub my toe or get speeding tickets but I still get those."

          3. MittBorg

            Snip early and often. You can get a vasectomy or a tubal ligation these days. Easy-peazy, relatively inexpensive, and well worth the frozen bag of peas you'll be sitting on for a couple days. Fuck these breeders. They want EVERYONE to have kids because that traps a would-be individual for life.

            Once you HAVE a kid, you don't have a choice any more about being employed or paying taxes or staying out of jail or espousing wild and wacky viewpoints. Everything has to center around the kid — which is as it should be. If you're not willing to live that way, you have no business HAVING a kid. So snip. You won't regret it.

          4. SorosBot

            Oh believe me, once I get health insurance a snipping is one of the first things I plan on getting with it. And I guess I'm luckily that every woman I've been involved with feels the same way about not wanting kids as I do.

          5. SorosBot

            And didn't you say your natural hair color is a reddish brown? That could guarantee that we'd have an army of ginger babbys (well assuming they're not conceived by the pool boy).

          6. MittBorg

            So, MissTaken has a good-looking young non-ginger poolboy, is what you're saying, dood?

            Ahem! Uh, MissTaken, darling? You doing anything this weekend? Howzabout a little party?

            Wut? I could USE a pool boy! AND a pool!

          7. MittBorg

            Ahahaha!!! My younger stepson was all, "I'm gonna have a dozen kidz!" back when he was, oh, ten or twelve, and, as my Dad might say, didn't have a single hair on his arse, let alone a girlfriend.

            We signed him up to do volunteer duty at the local childcare center. He lasted two seasons, and then gracefully bowed out. To his credit, he was wonderful with the kids, and never gave them a minute's unhappiness (such a good kid, that boy). Also to his credit, he has since abandoned all thoughts of EVER having kids.

          8. UnholyMoses

            Um … having kids doesn't keep one from "espousing wild and wacky viewpoints" in any way, shape, or form. Just look at Lil' Ricky McFrothy.

            And if a parent makes his/her ENTIRE existence about the kid, then they'll lose themselves in the process — which, believe it or not, isn't an actual requirement, nor even a good idea.

            Yes, a majority of time is spent on the wee one, but one must be sure to have time for oneself and not just become "mommy" or "daddy."

            Don't get me wrong — I agree that a large number of folks who have kids never should have, and would never encourage anyone to have one if they're not ready.

            But people who don't have kids shouldn't be going off about what they require, either, as they have no clue about what it really takes/is like. (Not saying you have done any such thing; just sayin'.)

          9. MittBorg

            I've had stepkids. The fact of the matter is, when you're childfree, if you have a headache or want to get puking drunk, nobody can stop you, as long as you're not actually doing anything criminal.

            You try "having a headache" when your kid gets home from school hungry. I did my stint as a parent for a dozen years. It's not for me. And anybody who can worry about their headache more than their hungry kid has no fucking business having them. I'm much older than you, and I've seen all my friends and relatives and THEIR CHILDREN dealing with these issues.

            A parent who cannot put their child's interests before their own has no fucking business having children. Yes, you have to have a life of your own and not lose it in the business of childrearing. But from the day your child is conceived until the day it, or you, are in a grave, you can never again "just let the phone ring" late at night without your heart constricting with worry. And don't tell me different.

          10. UnholyMoses

            ADDED: I wrote this after some issues at work, and it comes off way, way more snotty than I wanted it to. I won't edit it, as I don't want anyone to think I'm tossing it down the memory hole. Just wanted to note that it wasn't intended as personal as it reads — just a shot at the argument, not the arguer.

            So let me get this straight:

            You don’t want people lecturing you and others about how they should have kids, yet here you are lecturing me about how miserable how I should be as a parent?

            ORLY?

            Well, okay then. If we’re going around telling people what they should or should not do:

            I have a 20-year-old in college and a 7-year-old who is autistic, has Tourette's, and an IQ off the charts. So please stop trying to act as if you know more than me about what being a parent is like, as I’m quite familiar with some of the most challenging aspects of it (including those late-night phone calls you reference).

            Please stop trying to tell parents how they should act and/or feel, as no one (not even you) has a foolproof manual on the subject. We’re all winging it out here.

            And please don’t act as if having kids is a life-destroying sentence for everyone. It’s not. It just was for you. That must have sucked, to be sure, but not everyone is destined to be as miserable as you were.

            You might also want to check ages of those you reply to, as I also have friends with grandkids and am well aware of what those people are experiencing.

            I would, however, like to thank you for not having any kids of your own. You obviously would have resented them for making your life so horrific, and no kid needs to go through that.

          11. MittBorg

            Thank YOU for proving my point.

            YOU chose to spout off about something I said, and now you're getting your knickers in a pretty little wad and accusing *me* of lecturing you? I'll admit that I was annoyed with you, and let that show. And for that, I apologize, not because I give a shit how you feel about it, but because it was the wrong thing to do.

            I would tell you to read what you just wrote, but if you could write it, obviously you are not capable of seeing its logical flaws, internal contradictions, and plain old ironies. Which is actually sort of sad.

            In the interest of comity, let us just agree that we must disagree on this issue, and pass on. Nothing in life is worth getting *this* annoyed about.

        1. MissTaken

          *Those children* aren't the ones scaring me. They seem like normal enough kids for being multi-millionaires who will never work a day in their lives. On the other hand, I'm completely fucking frightened of the one on the far right standing in the middle of nowhere with nothing by magical underroos to keep it warm.

          I saw Sleepaway Camp and that kid definitely has the hot curling iron in the vagina in it's future.

          1. SorosBot

            Oh it is a very, very creepy child there; were I a Romney I'd be watching out to see if it starts torturing animals.

        2. MittBorg

          Don't listen to those dumb assholes. Trust me on this. The reason they're giving you shit about kids is, they want EVERYONE to be as miserable as them. You know that whole "this is why we can't have nice things" meme? It was INVENTED for breeders. Find yourself a partner who also wants to be childfree. Better yet, get yourself snipped early. That way, if the partner suddenly suffers a hormone-induced desire for sprog, you won't be trapped into paying for the rest of your life.

          The ONLY people who should EVER have children are people who REALLY REALLY want them and are willing to make whatever sacrifices are necessary.

          There's a large and growing childfree community out there. Not all of us want to bring new lives into this dying world to share our misery.

          1. UnholyMoses

            Note: Not everyone who has kids is miserable, and not every child-free person is a selfish asshole.

            Though many seem to make the mistake of thinking those are both true.

          2. MittBorg

            Not everyone who has kids is miserable ALL THE TIME, but there's plenty of research showing that children (havin' em and raisin' em) put a LOT of strain on a relationship, and DO make their parents VERY miserable, for at least a few years if not more. The early stage between birth and the first time they sleep through the night (especially if they're colicky, and crying) is always fun. Three days of sleep deprivation, and you're ready to kill the first person who looks at you wrong.

            I didn't understand why sleep-deprivation was so effective as a torture technique until I had to deal with a colicky, crying infant. As a parent (even a step-parent or temporary guardian), you learn to sleep with one eye and one ear always on the alert. I didn't have a peaceful night's sleep until the kids were pretty much grown. (The fact that they were boys who were given to settling disputes with mighty nutkicks didn't help).

            I don't know about you, but that makes ME miserable, and miserable people are not nice to be around. It reinforced my decision to be childfree. You can always walk away from your stepkids. You can't walk away from your own.

          3. UnholyMoses

            Not everyone who has kids is miserable ALL THE TIME, but there's plenty of research showing that children (havin' em and raisin' em) put a LOT of strain on a relationship,

            Agreed.

            and DO make their parents VERY miserable, for at least a few years if not more. The early stage between birth and the first time they sleep through the night (especially if they're colicky, and crying) is always fun. Three days of sleep deprivation, and you're ready to kill the first person who looks at you wrong.

            Our son had a heart ticking away at 300 bpm for the first month of life, until we found the problem and got him on meds. So I totally understand — perhaps more than most parents, as he barely slept those first few weeks and we didn't know why. (On the bright side, Propranalol makes for an AMAZING baby. Just totally, absurdly chilled and quiet.)

            But at the same time, it's not like any of that is a surprise to most. Sadly, most do not, in all likelihood, really take that into consideration.

            I didn't understand why sleep-deprivation was so effective as a torture technique until I had to deal with a colicky, crying infant. As a parent (even a step-parent or temporary guardian), you learn to sleep with one eye and one ear always on the alert. I didn't have a peaceful night's sleep until the kids were pretty much grown. (The fact that they were boys who were given to settling disputes with mighty nutkicks didn't help).

            Which is why The Mrs and I took turns getting up, alternating days on who did the feedings, etc. Far, far too many couples don't have that — the mom is usually saddled with that chore, which can most certainly lead to more strain.

            If more husbands pitched in more often (which includes things like laundry, dishes, etc.), the whole process would be much easier for everyone involved.

            I don't know about you, but that makes ME miserable, and miserable people are not nice to be around. It reinforced my decision to be childfree. You can always walk away from your stepkids. You can't walk away from your own.

            Which is why I agree with you that parenting isn't for everyone. And that's okay!!! It really is. And I respect the hell out of you for being one of the few who admit it — far too many don't, and don't realize their mistake until it's too late.

            My point, though, is that some people find constructive ways to deal with these things, ways to handle the frustrations and stress and uncertainty and whatnot. Not everyone is destined to be miserable, and many of us have no desire to walk away, thus being able to do so doesn't enter the equation.

            Different strokes etc. etc. etc.

          4. MittBorg

            Dear me. I see I have stuck my foot right in my mouth again, and tried to cram the other one in as well.

            I'm sorry. I hadn't read this before firing off my latest missive. I do understand, now, what you're trying to say. I'm very sorry about your baby. I do know what that's like.

            I'm glad parenting is for you. People like you are the ones who SHOULD be having children, because, obviously, you are willing to love and care for them. What I cannot bear, and I know you will agree with me on this, is the number of children who are abused and thrown away.

            This is all just a silly misunderstanding, dood. I apologize if I hit your buttons. I didn't mean to. We're both really saying the same thing: If people feel like YOU about having children, they should have them. If people feel like ME about having children, they shouldn't. Ultimately, the goal is that every child should be very much wanted and loved.

            Sometimes words just get in the way. Hug?

          5. UnholyMoses

            (((hug)))

            Guess whenever I see the phrase "Fuck these breeders" yeah, it kinda strikes a nerve at first. :-)

            Just took some time to realize that I'm not one of those breeders. Hell, I firmly believe there should be a test before one has kids, as most who have them shouldn't have.

            Granted, I probably would've failed the test given the temper I had—which, strangely, has gotten much less severe; usually works the other way around—and my love good weed. Or bad weed. Just weed, I guess. But still …

            I guess our son* is sooooooo different and generally dripping in awesome sauce. (Proof? I haz it — from nearly two years ago!) Maybe if he was "normal" (whatever the fuck that means) it'd be different.

            **shrugs**

            Anyhoo, we both agree that some folks shouldn't have kids, but do because society says they're supposed to. I'm glad as fuck that GenX and on have a different view of that, and that more and more realize that it just ain't for them. That's a good thing.

            So continue the fight against encouraged childhood — I just kindly and politely ask that you not lump all of us breeders into one bucket.

            And I'll do the same. :-)

            (*The girl was had with Ms. Not And Never Was The Mrs Who Is Fucking Psycho And Would NOT Have Passed That Test.)

          6. MittBorg

            Wow, the admin script wouldn't let me say all the nice things I wanted to, but lots of hugs, dood. We're essentially saying the same thing, and the words just got in the way, is all. (Hugs you)

        3. ThundercatHo

          Your "friends" are full of shit or possibly brain damaged cuz children can do that to you. I have several friends who are childless and I applaud their decision and tell them so. As much as I love mine they are a royal pain in the ass sometimes and often I have envied my kid-free friends.

          1. MittBorg

            Personally, I think it takes a tremendous amount of sacrifice to be a parent. You really *can't* have nice things, because your children have to be your first priority. That means all furniture has to be kid-safe FIRST and aesthetically appealing second.

            I remember being pretty fucking obnoxious as a kid (yeah, I know, I haven't changed much). Dad used to take Sunday naps on the couch, and I would pull out his leg hairs, nose hairs, and chest hairs when I wanted to wake him up. Let's hope your kids don't torment you as much as I did my parents.

    2. chicken_thief

      That's the one that was going to get hosed if Mitt could have manned up enough to control the damned thing.

  5. prommie

    Romney's sons are complete ass-hats, there is something distinctly Duke-ish about them. I hope they run in to Adam Hock late some night.

    1. edgydrifter

      Not that I have anything against the royal family of Monaco or anything, but if life presents you with the chance to break an actual prince's jaw, you must seize the opportunity.

    1. prommie

      You can't be too careful, when there is an inheritance at stake. Look what happened to that fat ugly talentless girl whose father, a gazillionaire producer put on a TV show, what was her name? See, this Romney kid knows, your nose can never bee too brown, when it means living large for life without ever having to earn a penny or work a day.

      1. Steverino247

        Man, I watched that movie (I collect movies) recently and immediately issued a "DO NOT WATCH" warning to the family.

          1. Steverino247

            That's the one. Holy shit, that movie is disturbing. On many, many levels. Then, when you watch the special features where they talk about how it was made and what happened to the actors, even worse!

          2. MittBorg

            Thanks, Steverino! It's already on my Netflix list.

            Can I come whine to you after I watch it? You can smack me in the head and say "I told you so" if it makes you feel any better.

            I think I read a book about that film a few years ago. It was pretty fucking weird, as I recall. Published by RE/Search.

          3. Loaded_Pants

            I first saw it on cassette years ago. Found a copy of it in the library of tiny town where I was living. I had read about it but hadn't seen it. Holy shit. I'm surprised no one checked it out, became outraged by it, & demanded the whole county library system be shut down because of it. But, then again, maybe I was the only one who did check it out.

          4. MittBorg

            Ha! Either that or your small town was a lot freakier than you thought. I will smile quietly tonight at the thought of the librarian who ordered that enjoying watching it.

  6. flamingpdog

    Cute – the little furry has arrows on his shoes so he knows which end of the shoe to stick his feet in.

  7. Crank_Tango

    "so THAT'S how it is in their family." Mormon sperm hose libel!

    Also, Craig Romney's dad is Jon Huntsman…awkward!

  8. Baconzgood

    I went as my dad once for halloween. I didn't shave for a week, had a mustard stain on my t-shirt, plumbers crack, and got surly drunk all the while yelling "that you'll never amount to anything" and "You may be bigger than me but you'll NEVER be 'Badder' than me"

    Good times.

    1. prommie

      Yeah, same costume for my dad, but instead yell "the reason you're never gonna have any friends is because you're a fucking asshole."

      1. MittBorg

        You too, huh? (Hugs the prommie)

        Don't worry. Soon as I'm elected god of this planet we're putting a stop to all that shit.

        Geez, why the FUCK do people HAVE kids if they're not gonna love them, the stupid bastids.

    2. MittBorg

      (Hugs the little piglet) Jeez, Baconzgood, I am SO sorry, man. Your Dad sounds like a complete asshole. There's another feckin' eejit who should've been snipped at the age of nine.

      But then, we wouldn't have you, would we, and we all know Baconzgood.

  9. yellowerdog

    This is NO WAY to refer to an important political figure. We all can recall, 4 years ago, how the Obamas were treated throughout the internet with universal respect, deference and kindness, and have been treated with reverence ever since.

  10. Dashboard Shmoo

    What we're not seeing in the first picture with the hose…Romney hung his dog up by the collar in the tree…what? That's how they wash the dog in the Romney home.

    Also…the picture of Craig. Doesn't he kinda look like Donny Osmand with a beard?

    1. teebob2000

      C'mon, you're playing on that ugly stereotype that "they all look alike." Next you'll be using the M-word and claiming they can't swim. Shame on you.

      1. Dashboard Shmoo

        MORMON! There…I said it! MORMONS can't swim, neither (at least on Sunday)

        Seriously…what the fuck is up with the religion?

        Magic underwear?
        Magical disappearing gold plates (a big wtf for this too. At least Moses remembered to put the tablets in a box. It's not his fault his kids lost the damn box.)
        Can't swim (or recreate in general) on Sunday
        You get your own planet

        1. teebob2000

          The planet thing is the only appealing aspect of it for me! Well, that and you get to post-mortem baptize Holocaust victims of course.

        2. MittBorg

          You forgot "if you're gay you might as well be dead; if you're female, your sole purpose is to be a cum-dumpster (you can only go to heaven if you're married to a man who has a Temple Recommend, and once you get there, you're permapreggers, churning out "spirit babies" so your man and his other two hundred permapreggers wives can "repopulate the planet" that he is the God of); and if you're transgender, you're *well and truly* fucked."

  11. James Michael Curley

    OT: The Dancing Bears just applied Citizens United to state laws.

    Mayors and County legislators have got to be cheaper then Congressman and Presidential candidates. Give me two!

  12. MittBorg

    Craig's not wearing his magic undies, will they yank his Temple Recommend? Or are the children of the rich allowed a different standard? Mormons? Is y'all's Magic Underwear outa style with the church now, or what?

  13. Antispandex

    Craig's wife has that, Marie Osmond meets The Stepford Wives look, that most of the Mormon ladies adopt after having sex and learning that they hate it.

        1. MittBorg

          Too late, they changed the ceremony. Can you believe it? Apparently, the wimminz were complaining about having to be all nekky in a big plastic poncho and having these guys "anoint" them.

  14. SpiderCrab

    Mitt today accused Obama of having a "secular agenda" with a corresponding loss of religious freedom. This is Mormon-speak for being anti-polygamy.

    1. prommie

      Once the Mormons sieze power, we gentiles are gonna rue the day. They've been planning this for 150 years. Payback is a bitch.

    2. MittBorg

      I think that was Poop Santorum. Is anybody even listening to Mittens any more?

      Srs question: has any candidate for the Presidency *ever* been so universally despised by his own constituents?

  15. Limeylizzie

    Insanely OT, but MrLimeylizzie is in LA and I may need some assistance….I am expecting delivery of a blu-ray player today and have to hook it up to my 8 yr.old flatscreen tv, has component outlets as does the tv, if I get confused is there a Wonketteer who can assist?

    1. prommie

      Blue, green, red to blue, green, red? You can put it in-line with the cable, or run it into the TV on a seperate input, I would so be your rescuer, but alas, I am 2 hours drive away, dearest. The 8 year old TV probably has RCA video, analog video, and s-video, whereas a new blue-ray probably only has RCA and hdmi and the other new one.

      1. Limeylizzie

        Ha! OK it has arrived and I am baffled already, it came with a/v cables which are red/white/yellow , I purchased a set of component cables which are red/blue/green/ and red and white which I think are the two for the audio, non? When I unplugged my ancient dvd player it had a regular looking male to female cord between it and the cable box, so what do I do, oh Prommie????

        1. prommie

          Yes, OK, the yellow is a single video and the red and white are audio, you know how it goes, the "male" plug goes into the "female" receptacle. he he. Does this make me a grip, now, or a gaffer?

          1. Limeylizzie

            It makes you more attractive , is what it does! I have no clue how to do this, there seems to be no equivalent for the line out between the old dvd player and the cable box.

        2. prommie

          You don't need to connect from the cable box to the blueray, unless you are going to record, if you have a compatible input on the TV, just connect the blueray to the TV, you just switch inputs to watch it. Simplest way.

          1. prommie

            Ha ha, it doesn't mean "turn over." The TV usually has 2, 3, or 4 inputs, somewhere there is a menu that lets you choose which one. When you connect something like a blueray, you can connect to a different input, or you can run your cable into the blueray and back out again, so both cable and blueray go into the same input. When you do it the second way, usually, when the blueray is off, the cable signal will pass right through, but when you turn the blueray on, it will "pre-empt" the cable signal. I have put my email above, but not for long.

    2. MittBorg

      I wish I could help, but I've never had any experience with a Blu-Ray. Get Google+ and videoconference with anyone who can help you. They don't need to see your face, if you keep the camera focused on your tits, I guarantee every single male Wonketteer and probably quite a few of the females as well will be happy to, erm, assist.

  16. Guppy

    For all of Romney's faults, I have to give him some credit: none of his kids exhibit the thousand-yard stare that Clan Santorum is (in)famous for.

  17. ChrisM2011

    Seriously, Mitt. Stop showing off your the rich man hose. Have you seen the hoses middle class is stuck with?

    1. prommie

      Its true, we have to cope with the thin, brittle, stiff, nasty hoses, look at that fucking thing, thats a firehose.

  18. DahBoner

    What?

    No shots of Romney in the Mexican Air Force dumping carcinogenic Paraquat on poor Mexican peasants????

  19. Limeylizzie

    I am going to take some pictures and post them so the mighty Wonketeriat can see what I am talking about!

  20. prommie

    I am so sorry to leave you frustrated and unfulfilled, Lizzie, but it seems too complicated to accomplish from afar.

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