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imageI just want to say that Obama Release Your Records is a crappy web site. It’s overloaded with advertising (even pop-up ads!), the home page is ugly with the stretched and distorted photos. It has navigation problems. And the articles are often hard to read, being jumbled up with more boiler plate pictures than article. The content is often just a video, or stuff copied from someone else’s site.

I want to mention one area that is especially annoying that relates to commenting, and why I get tired of doing that after a while (a reason beyond the the brain-dead insults from the regulars). ORYR uses a commenting system called “Intense debate.” It provides email notifications when someone replies to your comment with a link back to the comment, a link that more often than not doesn’t work. You can’t just to go the article and find the comment, because as the number of comments increases, they fold them under an expansion link. So you have to go through maybe a dozen expansion links before you can start searching for a comment.

An example of a link in email notification is:

http://obamareleaseyourrecords.blogspot.com/2013/09/full-interview-sheriff-joes-obama.html#IDComment720263772

The actual link should be:

http://obamareleaseyourrecords.blogspot.com/2013/09/mike-zullo-a-lot-of-stuff-here.html#IDComment720263772

Sometimes the link is just shortened, and sometimes it’s changed altogether.

The workaround is to get the comment identifier (“#IDComment720263772” in the example) and tack it onto the end of the real URL. Now if you are on the article containing the comment, it won’t work. You have to arrive from another page to get the hidden replies to expand. On the ORYR home page, there is at the bottom a list of the articles in the current month from which you can copy the real URL and to which you can append the comment identifier. That works for the CURRENT MONTH. Prior months are not listed, and if you select the expansion for the prior month, you just get the magazine layout with a few articles, and you have to page back through them, or branch out to Google to get the URL, go to the page, copy the URL, fix the URL, go to some other page, and then come back. Arghhhhh!

What a crappy web site!

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37 Responses to Comment at ORYR–Part 2

  1. Dr. Conspiracy September 15, 2013 at 9:03 am  (Quote) #

    As I was closing the composition of this rant, I noticed for the first time that ORYR also has a forum. It’s not terribly active, but there are a few comments, and one of them caught my eye. I thought I would share it with you. It’s from sscott, May 20. I think it works better if you read it as poetry.

    like many,with whats all come forward in last week
    I sit on edge of seat but never faltered to believe in Mike,Sheriff Joe,Carl
    never doubted the wait time or fill ins they could give.
    many times doubter words of others,seem like when the heat gets turned up
    we have many claiming to hear things that wasn’t said.
    mabe a hearing test is needed.
    spreading lies,maybe now since its at the doorstep
    the real frauds or also coming out.kind of goes hand in hand as its been done over and over
    TILL NOW.
    I read the after thoughts <i call them> to see just what the obambots
    come up with next.
    my questions to Orly Taitz
    your a lawyer;yet you keep filing things in wrong court
    your a lawyer; yet serve people in wrong places
    and didn’t a judge have to tell you he wasn’t your sounding board on where,how to do things?
    why you? of all people want to throw rocks in path of Mike,Sheriff Joe and Carl’s way
    when you were all of one mind frame not to long ago?????????????
    see I do read what others or doing,each due there own RESPECT.

    I just happen to have in Mike,Sheriff Joe,Carl what I don’t in others.FAITH

  2. Bob September 15, 2013 at 10:05 am  (Quote) #

    How much money can a website providing a forum for 8 – 10 people to fantasize about the imaginary problem of Obama’s ineligibility and to kvetch about those in power not doing anything about this imaginary problem generate?

  3. misha marinsky September 15, 2013 at 10:37 am  (Quote) #

    “I just want to say that Obama Release Your Records is a crappy web site.”

    It’s a crappy belief system.

  4. CarlOrcas September 15, 2013 at 10:39 am  (Quote) #

    Doc says: What a crappy web site!

    It’s also full of people that are dumber than a bucket of rocks.

    This morning in the thread about Zullo and Gallups that you commented on they are now deep into a collective discussion about a year old story from a satire website about Michelle Obama being a transsexual…..with pictures and everything.

  5. Punchmaster via mobile September 15, 2013 at 10:52 am  (Quote) #

    Thats an insult to buckets of rock everywhere.

  6. richCares September 15, 2013 at 11:47 am  (Quote) #

    “What a crappy web site!”
    the most accurate review ever, it is really Krappy

  7. CarlOrcas September 15, 2013 at 3:12 pm  (Quote) #

    ORYR and participants are treading on increasingly thin ice as they start accusing people of committing crimes. Here is the latest from Joe Mannix regarding you Doc:

    Joe Mannix 2 hours ago
    Dr. Conspiracy/Kevin Davidson is a person of interest in the birth certificate forgery. His background into working with birth certificates and vital statistics is key. You are being looked at Mr. Davidson.

    – See more at: http://obamareleaseyourrecords.blogspot.com/2013/09/mike-zullo-a-lot-of-stuff-here.html#idc-cover

    The wages of the sin of bearing false witness will come later for these folks but the cost of defending and losing a defamation lawsuit could have a real negative impact on their lives in this world.

  8. Dave September 15, 2013 at 3:28 pm  (Quote) #

    Dr. C notes that most of every ORYR posting is what you might call boilerplate — material copied into every post. I have been ignoring that stuff so long I’d forgotten it was there.

    My biggest objection to ORYR that that, like all birther websites these days, it is no longer entertaining. Lately there’s a post every time anyone presents Zullo’s “evidence” to a Congressman’s staff. There’s a post every time Gallups opens his mouth. Earlier they went through a spell where half the posts didn’t have anything to do with birtherism. They’ve completely run out of new crazy things to say, and they keep repeating the old crazy things over and over.

  9. CarlOrcas September 15, 2013 at 3:35 pm  (Quote) #

    Dave: They’ve completely run out of new crazy things to say, and they keep repeating the old crazy things over and over.

    Their new crazy is the “persons of interest” crap and now they are flying a little too close to the heat of defamation.

    Today they are saying Doc is a “person of interest” in forgery. (I posted it earlier in this thread but it’s in moderation.) Someone needs to explain to these folks the laws of libel, slander and defamation

  10. G September 15, 2013 at 3:40 pm  (Quote) #

    Yep!

    misha marinsky:
    “I just want to say that Obama Release Your Records is a crappy web site.”

    It’s a crappy belief system.

  11. Foggy September 15, 2013 at 5:20 pm  (Quote) #

    It does take forever to load, but each one of them doohickeys is absolutely necessary to the ultimate victory over the President. So they got that goin’ for them.

    My favoritest part is how every post has a featured photo, but the website is designed so that on the home page each photo is all squooched out sideways. That gives the site — to anyone who stumbles upon it without bein’ prepared like — that special kinda flavor as a really badly designed website with an owner who doesn’t give a crap about any kind of professionalism at all.

    On the other hand, where else is the birther movement nowadays so you can engage with them pesky nudniks? Orly’s site is even worser from a web design point of view, and your computer can get cooties if you don’t use a rubber when you go there. RimJob mostly chased all the birthers out of Freeperville when he decided that Tea Tard Ted is gonna be our next prezinut.

    Dr. Hate is down to about five haters and she’s merciless about censoring any kind of dissent. I saw a perfectly good birther get kicked off her site because he said he was an engineer and told her not to believe in chemtrails.

    Phil Berg gave up the ghost years ago. Ed Hale let PlainsRadio.com be bought up by one a my favorite Obots (but he hasn’t done anything with it). Repubx.com is a ghost town with tumbleweeds drifting through the posts. There are birthers on PrisonPlanet, but I only lasted three posts trying to engage with ’em. Mario Apuzzo does a 9,000 word post because a girl reporter makes fun of him, and then tells himself endlessly that he won all his lawsuits and he wins every argument and he’s the most boring birther of them all.

    UnlawfulPresident.com … ObamaBallotChallenge.com … The Steady Drip … ProtectOurLiberty.com … CitizensBureauOfInvestigation.com … Article II Super PAC … The Obama Hustle … Terry Lakin Action Fund … Rise Up For America (Swensson) … One Nation Under Fraud… they’re all deader’n doornails today.

    PPSimmons does birther but they put up 50 posts a day and maybe one of them is a birther post, then they zap any comments they don’t like. WingNutDaily gave up on birthers for the most part.

    There’s just nowhere else to go but ORYR anymore. I honestly think there are more anti-birthers than birthers online today.

  12. Keith September 15, 2013 at 6:18 pm  (Quote) #

    They do need to change a byte or two every day so the people who have apps that alert them when web pages change get a fresh chance at the paypal buttons.

  13. Andrew Vrba, PmG September 15, 2013 at 6:34 pm  (Quote) #

    I think the birthers actually fear Foggy, because he’s the “obot” that they take the most shots at. I thought “Charlie” at birther report was gonna need a box of tissues and some lotion, when he got it into his head that taking a site down for maintenance meant “Its going away for ever”. Boy did he backtrack once he realized you were just cleaning house!

  14. Foggy September 15, 2013 at 7:48 pm  (Quote) #

    Now I hate to break it to ya, Andrew … this is really embarrassing … but I’m Charlie. 😳

    I was just tryin’ to get their hopes up. In a good way, honest. I don’t mind calling myself names and stuff. I don’t take it personally. I probably don’t really mean it when I call myself “Faggy”. 😀

    Didja hear that R.C. had to leave the country on short notice and I’ll be doing his radio show for the indefinite future? Something about an NSA intercept of some information from an adjunct to a law enforcement agency in the Southwest.

    More will be revealed, I reckon. 😎

  15. Arthur September 15, 2013 at 9:06 pm  (Quote) #

    Foggy: ow I hate to break it to ya, Andrew … this is really embarrassing … but I’m Charlie.

    It’s funny, “Charlie,” but your announcement that Fogbow was going off line got 4 thumbs down. Likewise, your announcement that Fogbow was back up got 4 thumbs down.

  16. Dave September 15, 2013 at 9:55 pm  (Quote) #

    Damn, now ORYR is another Poe’s Law nightmare.

  17. Dave September 15, 2013 at 10:30 pm  (Quote) #

    Over at ORYR we have this comment by “Joe Mannix”: “Dr. Conspiracy/Kevin Davidson is a person of interest in the birth certificate forgery. His background into working with birth certificates and vital statistics is key. You are being looked at Mr. Davidson.”

    I’m struggling to understand the mindset of someone who wants to convey an impression that he knows what’s going on at the CCP, while using a pseudonym. I mean, maybe Joe Mannix has nothing to do with the CCP and is just BSing, in which case there’s nothing remarkable here — but if Joe Mannix really is affiliated with the CCP and this is their way of leaking information to a birther website, that would be just pathetic.

    And that’s before we get to the fact that it doesn’t really matter who’s a “person of interest” to a make believe investigation.

  18. The Magic M September 16, 2013 at 6:29 am  (Quote) #

    Foggy: There’s just nowhere else to go but ORYR anymore.

    Many birfers still tweet, and some tend to inject their stuff into “mainstream” (from birther POV) sites such as Breitbart.

  19. Andrew Vrba, PmG September 16, 2013 at 9:20 am  (Quote) #

    Foggy:
    Now I hate to break it to ya, Andrew … this is really embarrassing … but I’m Charlie.

    I was just tryin’ to get their hopes up. In a good way, honest.

    Oh, you cheeky money!

  20. BillTheCat September 16, 2013 at 12:56 pm  (Quote) #

    Just like every other right wing website out there – Look at Drudge, the pinnacle of RWNJ website design – if you ever want to take a time machine back to the internet of 1997, just visit Drudge or Atlas Shrugs! They are all terribad, just awful.

  21. Arthur September 16, 2013 at 1:19 pm  (Quote) #

    LOL! A commmenter at ORYR (could be Foggy in disguise) shares that RC has fled the country now that he’s a “person of interest” in the Lord High Executioner Zullo’s investigation:

    “In the Announcements section of Fagblow forum, Faggy says RC had to flee the country because Commander Zullo was getting too close. Faggy will do RC’s radio show from now on. Check for yourselves. RC made a mistake to threaten Commander Zullo!!”

    It’s got 7 thumbs up. Like shooting fish in a barrel.

  22. Curious George September 16, 2013 at 1:19 pm  (Quote) #

    Dave:
    Over at ORYR we have this comment by “Joe Mannix”: “Dr. Conspiracy/Kevin Davidson is a person of interest in the birth certificate forgery. His background into working with birth certificates and vital statistics is key. You are being looked at Mr. Davidson.”

    I’m struggling to understand the mindset of someone who wants to convey an impression that he knows what’s going on at the CCP, while using a pseudonym. I mean, maybe Joe Mannix has nothing to do with the CCP and is just BSing, in which case there’s nothing remarkable here — but if Joe Mannix really is affiliated with the CCP and this is their way of leaking information to a birther website, that would be just pathetic.

    And that’s before we get to the fact that it doesn’t really matter who’s a “person of interest” to a make believe investigation.

    My guess is that Joe Mannix is probably Zullo or someone else connected to the CCCP. Joe Mannix’ IP address is Cave Creek, AZ. Mike Zullo’s previous pending dissolution notice for the CCP from the Arizona Corporatipn Commission showed Mike Zullo at a Cave Creek, AZ address.

  23. CarlOrcas September 16, 2013 at 2:09 pm  (Quote) #

    Curious George: My guess is that Joe Mannix is probablyZullo or someone else connected to the CCCP.Joe Mannix’ IP address is Cave Creek, AZ.Mike Zullo’s previous pending dissolution notice for the CCP from the Arizona Corporatipn Commission showed Mike Zullo at a Cave Creek, AZ address.

    My recollection is that one of the original names listed on the corporation commission files was to a Cave Creek address. Zullo’s address is in far north Scottsdale but who knows…….the posse’s super secret headquarters may be in Cave Creek.

  24. Curious George September 16, 2013 at 2:22 pm  (Quote) #

    CarlOrcas: My recollection is that one of the original names listed on the corporation commission files was to a Cave Creek address. Zullo’s address is in far north Scottsdale but who knows…….the posse’s super secret headquarters may be in Cave Creek.

    Tax records show the same physical Cave Creek, AZ address listed with the Arizona Corporation Commission previous Pending Dissolution Notice. My bet is Joe Mannix is Zullo.

  25. CarlOrcas September 16, 2013 at 2:36 pm  (Quote) #

    Curious George: Tax records show the same physical Cave Creek, AZ address listed with the Arizona Corporation Commission previous Pending Dissolution Notice.My bet is Joe Mannix is Zullo.

    I believe the address you are referring to is where Zullo lived when the posse was formed and while his father was still alive. I recall noticing in some records it is listed as a rental property now.

    The address he is using now is his parent’s home and since his father died two or three years ago I assume he is living there with his mother who is still alive.

    Interestingly it has a huge property tax bill due going back three years. Not pretty.

  26. Dave September 16, 2013 at 3:08 pm  (Quote) #

    When I saw that comment, my immediate thought was Foggy in disguise. He probably wanted to make sure they didn’t miss his comment here.

    Arthur:
    LOL! A commmenter at ORYR (could be Foggy in disguise) shares that RC has fled the country now that he’s a “person of interest” in the Lord High Executioner Zullo’s investigation:

    “In the Announcements section of Fagblow forum, Faggy says RC had to flee the country because Commander Zullo was getting too close. Faggy will do RC’s radio show from now on. Check for yourselves. RC made a mistake to threaten Commander Zullo!!”

    It’s got 7 thumbs up. Like shooting fish in a barrel.

  27. Benji Franklin September 16, 2013 at 3:45 pm  (Quote) #

    Karl Gall OOps!: “Hi folks! Another exciting week has gone by as, hoping something will break within our two to three hundred year time frame, we race toward that Congressional investigation of the Obama Document Fraud Case! Welcome to the PeePee Summons Rodeo Nutwork , and we’re GIVING IT away TODAY on our weakly show, ‘Free Dumb Fridays’“

    Okay, today I’ve got Grand Field Marshall Zoo Low on the phone to explain why we can never successfully take our evidence to a charging authority like any real police investigation with ANY real EVIDENCE would do, and why we can’t get Obama prosecuted, instead of claiming we “had to” keep the evidence all a secret, at least from everybody but the employees of the federal government’s Copyright Office, and a sleaze-ball Floridian Preacher like me, Karl Gall OOps! Are you there, Mike? ….and can you reassure them about the status of the Obama document fraud case?

    Grand Field Marshall Zoo Low: Well, yes, Carl, I think I can. Your worries are over and the waiting is over; your concerns will be no more when you hear the blockbuster news of why we kept all the so-called facts from you! So here’s the news at long last. Hang on to your ass hats and get this: we can’t share the exciting explanation of why we can’t share our evidence with anybody, and the reason for that is, “Just because!”

    Karl Gall OOps!: “Wow, Mike! WOW! And now, Mike, for those of our listeners who have not yet contributed money to our cause here, a complete and satisfying explanation like that one doesn’t come cheap, am I right about that, Mike?

  28. Arthur September 16, 2013 at 6:35 pm  (Quote) #

    You’ve probably heard about the murderous shooting in a naval ship yard. Well guess which ORYR is calling it a “False Flag” operation? Give you hint–he’s a bird brain.

  29. Crustacean September 16, 2013 at 8:31 pm  (Quote) #

    Arthur: You’ve probably heard about the murderous shooting in a naval ship yard. Well guess which ORYR is calling it a “False Flag” operation? Give you hint–he’s a bird brain.

    Yep, very reminiscent of the accusations surrounding the Sandy Hook tragedy. The fine folks at Fellowship of the Minds even held a little Kangaroo Kourt to crack the Sandy Hook case (defendant: Obama, of course), based on the ‘evidence’ that news items published online by an Ohio school were dated before the tragedy happened (how to talk to your child about Sandy Hook was the subject). Even after the owner of the firm that designed the school’s Web site visited FOTM and painstakingly explained how Google indexing works and everything, they continued their Conspiracy Death March.

    Naturally, chickenpoop’s reasoning for declaring today’s tragedy a ‘false flag operation’ is that news articles about it were supposedly released before the shooting occurred.

    Watch out, forehead, here comes palm again!!

  30. Dr. Conspiracy September 16, 2013 at 8:41 pm  (Quote) #

    Obamacare, by the way, is a false flag operation. It isn’t really going into full affect next year.

    Arthur: You’ve probably heard about the murderous shooting in a naval ship yard. Well guess which ORYR is calling it a “False Flag” operation? Give you hint–he’s a bird brain.

  31. Curious George September 16, 2013 at 9:48 pm  (Quote) #

    Carl Orcas,

    Confusing isn’t it?

    It just gets more and more crazy.

  32. Keith September 17, 2013 at 12:52 am  (Quote) #

    Curious George: My guess is that Joe Mannix is probablyZullo or someone else connected to the CCCP.Joe Mannix’ IP address is Cave Creek, AZ.Mike Zullo’s previous pending dissolution notice for the CCP from the Arizona Corporatipn Commission showed Mike Zullo at a Cave Creek, AZ address.

    Scrabble Score

    MIKEZULLO = 24
    JOEMANNIX = 25

    Obviously, Joe Mannix is Mike Zullo’s ‘plus one’.

  33. Curious George September 17, 2013 at 1:22 am  (Quote) #

    Keith: Scrabble ScoreMIKEZULLO = 24JOEMANNIX = 25Obviously, Joe Mannix is Mike Zullo’s ‘plus one’.

    🙂

  34. The Magic M September 17, 2013 at 6:17 am  (Quote) #

    Arthur: Well guess which ORYR is calling it a “False Flag” operation?

    It’s a distraction from the NSA which was a distraction from the IRS which was a distraction from Benghazi which was a distraction from… a distraction from… uh… I forgot… OMG IT IS WORKING!

    😉

  35. Benji Franklin September 19, 2013 at 2:18 pm  (Quote) #

    Well, Doc, here they go again. ORYR has ramped up their credibility today by trumpeting the ravings of no less a mad man than Cody Robert Judy

    “Top Secret Report Leaked: Congress
    Has The Eligibility of Obama in Their Sites
    “ONCE IT STARTS, IT’S OVER”
    By Cody Robert Judy | The Post & Email
    2013

    (Sep. 18, 2013) — It’s been a quietly kept secret in Congress, but this week word leaked out that the case on Barack Obama’s eligibility to be President is indeed in the cross-hairs of Congress,”

    Sure it is, CodyCody BobbyBobby JudyJudy, or are you just out to make a name for yourself?

    The Post & E-Mail even feels doubtful enough to print this virtual disclaimer at the end of Judy’s dreadful prose:

    “Editor’s Note: The Post & Email asked Judy the source of the information about Congress’s alleged scrutiny of Obama’s eligibility, to which he responded, “It came from a source high up in the Government of the United States.””

    No, CodyCody, the high-up source it actually came from, are the bats in your belfry.

  36. Rickey September 19, 2013 at 3:20 pm  (Quote) #

    Benji Franklin:

    No, CodyCody, the high-up source it actually came from, are the bats in your belfry.

    Or it could be the guy who dusts the cobwebs from the ceiling of the Capitol building.

  37. Andrew Vrba, PmG September 19, 2013 at 3:43 pm  (Quote) #

    I find it both amusing and very telling that many of birtherstan’s heroes are convicted felons. Cody Robert Judy being one of the more infamous.

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