Roy Moore: That Yearbook Signature Was Fabricated

Roy Moore appeared on Breitbart‘s radio show today to repeat his lawyer’s claim that his signature on the yearbook owned by one of his accusers has been faked.

Via Breitbart:

The yearbook in question contains the only piece of physical evidence to be presented in the cases of numerous women who have gone public with stories alleging inappropriate conduct between Moore and teenage girls. Moore has strenuously denied the accusations.

Moore specifically pointed to the initials “D.A.” that appear after the signature on the yearbook to further demonstrate that the yearbook inscription and signature represent what he described as a forgery and “complete fabrication.”

“In their press statement they said that this Nelson woman had no contact with me” since 1977, Moore said in our radio interview. “But in actuality, we found that she had a divorce case. I signed the document. My secretary stamped the document and then put her initials out on the end of the line.”

Moore continued: “When they forged the name onto this manual, they also included the initials of my receptionist, my secretary. Which were D.A. Delbra Adams. And certainly they forged it and this is a complete fabrication. I did not know Nelson and had never met her and still do not know her.”

  • DumbHairyApe

    Isn’t D.A. also “District Attorney”? Was he that at the time?

    • Lazycrockett

      Yes. Cruising Malls hitting on teen girls, just typical DA behaviour.

      • /

        In Alabama, it might be a requirement.

        • Jean-Marc in Canada

          I thought it was already a sanctioned method of finding sister wives.

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    • Yes, and many of his victims said he used that position of authority to terrorize them into silence.

    • Ragnar Lothbrok

      Assistant DA, I thought. Which he is using as a defense.
      But we all know he would totally use D.A., anyway.

      • Robincho

        That’d make him an Ass.D.A., amirite?…

    • Stephen Elliot Phillips

      Diddling Adolescents?

      • Richard B

        🙂

    • justmeeeee

      He was assistant district attorney. Looks like Gloria might be getting caught with her hand in the cookie jar by the weasel-iest weasel of all time.

      • HoratioCaine

        no, she isn’t. the divorce story is a LIE.

        • Todd20036

          I blocked that Bernie Bro months ago

    • gaycuckhubby

      No. He was Assistant DA

    • Dot Beech

      When I saw it next to his name, I swear I though it meant “DUMB ASS!”

    • Ronald Reagan is Dead!
      • Mickey Bitsko

        But the ink tested positive for Deep State!

        /supersnark

      • Opinion Sousaphones

        Oh, I had not seen this. You have convinced me.

    • VodkaAndPolitics

      I propose we locate this Ms. Adams. Doesn’t seem too hard.

    • Cattleya1

      I lived in AL for a while – D.A. could also be ‘Dumb Ass’.

    • Snarkaholic

      I thought it stood for Dumb Ass.

    • He was also a Dumb Ass. In fact, he still is!

  • mdub in Puyallup

    The slash before the D.A. is not present in the signature, it’s taken quite a bit of time for him to say it’s a forgery, and he has plenty of text above it for any handwriting analysis to determine if he wrote it. But, of course, nothing to see here folks. At least he wasn’t fake grabbing boobies.

    • Steven B

      Also the D.A. in the sample vs the yearbook look like 2 different handwritings. Especially the D.

      • Robert Readytorumble Petersen

        And there’s no “S” in the yearbook signatures.

  • Joe in PA

    FFS. Talking out his ass again, first he says that she lied when she said she hadn’t had any contact, that she DID have contact because of the divorce, then in the same article Moore says that he never met her.

    In any event, it’s been proven that she DIDN’T see him for the divorce case.

    But, probably more importantly, if that signature does turn out to be fabricated, I never, EVER want to see Gloria Allred again. Did I say ever? Ever.

    • Chucktech

      Welp……….. I could do without publicity-whore Allred ever again, regardless….

      • Ragnar Lothbrok

        She’s pretty obnoxious.

      • justmeeeee

        so could the rest of America.

    • John30013

      If it’s a forgery, it’s a pretty good one. While I concede that the signature could have been copied, what about the body of the inscription? In particular, the distinctive shape of the lowercase “y”. The “M” in “Merry Christmas” doesn’t match the “M” in “Moore”, but people (me included) often form some letters differently in their signature than in other writing.

      The main “suspicion” I have is that the date and printed place name look more “girly”, but I suppose she could have written that below Moore’s inscription.

      Of course, Moore could clear this up once and for all by producing a contemporaneous signature by his own hand (since he claims that his secretary wrote the signature that was “copied” in the yearbook). So it’s kind of surprising he hasn’t done so.

    • GeoffreyPS

      I don’t want to see her any more whatever the outcome.

  • Jean-Marc in Canada

    While I do admit the yearbook has become tainted via possible ‘editing’ the fact remains that more than one woman has come forward and more than 30 independent witnesses have as well. When a wave is coming at you, you can’t stop it by declaring that one drop of water within it is tainted.

    • Tomcat

      Worked for trump.

      • Jean-Marc in Canada

        Yes, yes it did. But that was a year ago, things change….we can hope.

      • Jeffg166

        Mudding the water is a republican specialty.

  • Lazycrockett

    Allred stepped in it when she wouldn’t confirm/deny/admit/ that the signature was Moore’s She is not a very good lawyer.

    • Jean-Marc in Canada

      I’ve never liked her, she’s always been more Carnival barker than lawyer in my eyes.

      • Joe in PA

        At the time of the press conference, @treant pointed out [snarkily]: don’t get between her [she?] and the camera! Well, I’ll be darned…when she came on minutes later, she got within an inch of Nelson’s face (presumably so her mug was in the same shot). Hilarious. But not really.

        • Ragnar Lothbrok

          Saw that too. I thought…WTF is wrong with her ?

      • SoCalGal20

        You may not like her but she draws the press and gets her client’s stories out when media wouldn’t otherwise give a shit.

        • Jean-Marc in Canada

          I understand that, the problem lies with the fact that she’s shown herself to be less than forthcoming at times and isn’t above using dubious tactics that do put the legitimacy of some cases at risk. That’s my concern with her.

    • SoCalVet

      how could she and why would she? She was presenting evidence as she found it…not commenting on it’s validity is only prudent.

      • Lazycrockett

        In a case such as this a he said/she said situation a lawyers number one goal is to not make her client look questionable.

  • Tulle Christensen

    The DA at the end is not relatively the same size, The signature in the yearbook is does not exactly match, the middle initial is not in the yearbook one, the with of Moore is different

    edit: should have stated the sig in the yearbook is not a copy of the one on the court order but are from the same person

    • Tomcat

      My signature has changed drastically over the years.

      • Lazycrockett

        Yeah but since he was a DA at the time his signature is going to be easily found from the same era.

        • Steverino

          I’m no handwriting expert, but in all the kerfuffle over the signature “being forged,” there also is the all the rest of the note, and that writing looks pretty consistent to me with the handwriting in the signature, even allowing for the flourish which people often use only in their signature. To me it is noteworthy that Moore and his attorney just concentrate on the signature, but not the rest.

          • Jean-Marc in Canada

            Correct; add to that, people forget that as we age our handwriting does change due to age. When you’re 30, your hand is more steady and assured but as you get older, flourishes can present themselves and slight tremors cause variations in our writing and, most notably, our signatures. Mine today does not look exactly as it did when I was 30. Looking at the signatures side by side and eyeballing similar letters within the inscription, it seems to be from the same writer.

          • Bad Tom

            Also, the book isn’t her whole story. If the rest of her story checks out, then the yearbook is just a buttress.

            The yearbook itself isn’t an allegation of sexual misconduct.

      • Tulle Christensen

        That is not the point the point is it is not a cut and paste job

      • /

        Mine keeps getting shorter and messier.
        Now it’s really just my first and last name initials with a bunch of chicken scratches (apologies to Picky) back and forth between the letters.

        • Tomcat

          That is where mine has gone also.

        • Yeah, I used to have a nice clean signature. Home-buying and age wrecked it. Now it’s just a scrawl.

      • Joe in PA

        That might be. But not for me. I just found my old DD-214, signed MANY MANY years ago, I was shocked to see that my signature had NOT changed. It was kind of amazing.

      • TampaDink

        Mine has been known to drastically change when signing a document that requires several signatures.

        • Once upon a time last millennium I had to sign my name over and again at a bank…I had to explain I cannot write it exactly the same no matter how many times I try. Finally the teller was convinced that I am me

          • Chucktech

            They used to have these things called “travelers checks.” You have to pre-sign a book of these fuckers. Travelers Check One had a signature that the damn Catholic school nun would be proud of. By the time you got to the last one it was this unrecognizable hen scrawl.

          • Actually laughed out loud over you explaining travelers checks to me…

          • Bad Tom

            You would think a bank teller would understand that.

          • Priya Lynn

            I’m the same way.

        • Reality.Bites

          I keep two digital scans of my signature on my computer for the very purpose of not having it look identical when needed multiple times.

      • Ragnar Lothbrok

        Mine can change drastically in 5 minutes.

        • Joe in PA

          depends on the strength of that martini? 🙂

      • dagobarbz, fine Italian shoes

        Mine’s more or less the same, only sloppier, as I don’t write by hand much any more.

  • Droz

    Didn’t someone say in another article that the whole yearbook thing was really fishy? Like a red herring specifically used to be easily found to be false in order to then point at all of the other women coming forward and label them false.

    • SoCalVet

      didn’t seem that fishy to me. I don’t know how it could be “really” fishy? I always assumed the “DA” stood for “District Attorney.” I even consider that she could have added that later to be able to show off that the DA signed her yearbook, but probably not want to admit altering it.

      • Droz

        I mean fishy in the context of his writing in a damn yearbook. I mean, who the hell does that?! I am not defending the guy, just saying that I wouldn’t put it past him or anyone else trying to plant a false accuser with the intent of discrediting the others by association.

        • SoCalVet

          well people used to write in yearbooks…I’m 56 and they did it when I was young…but I understand your doubt.

          • Droz

            But would you write in someone’s yearbook if you didn’t go to their school? It is just a bizarre act for anyone to have done. That said, Republicans can be bizarre people.

  • Gerry Fisher

    I hope this doesn’t turn out like the W Bush reports: “Dan Rather screwed up, so we’re going to ignore the thoroughly sourced story about the same darn thing published in the Boston Globe.”

    • Joe in PA

      That’s their plan!

      • PickyPecker

        Which will then lend credence to dismissing the other women who have come forward…..’they’re ALL liars!!’

        PS: I may be paranoid, but I wonder if perhaps this woman with the yearbook is a Moore plant and will end up fessin’ that it’s all fake and that she just wanted attention or to be near Moore.

        • Joe in PA

          And Gloria was just camera/publicity hungry enough to grab the client. Arrrgh. I so hope you are wrong. 🙁

          EDIT to add: or I hope you are right and it becomes known.

          • PickyPecker

            When dealing with evil, expect all possibilites.

        • Ragnar Lothbrok

          You just ruined my entire weeknd !

          • Reality.Bites

            She’s hoping Daddy Donald will spank her.

            (Trying for your entire life)

          • Ragnar Lothbrok

            gee thanks!!

        • another_steve

          Interesting theory, PP. Within the realm of the possible, I think. It could all be an elaborate hoax designed to “immunize” Moore from future claims against him.

          My sense is that her story is genuine, though – but I wouldn’t preclude the possibility that your theory is correct.

          • Will G

            Kayla Moore was in the same class as accuser Nelson, her picture appears in the very same yearbook alongside Nelson’s. Has Kayla EVER mentioned that she knows the accuser from high school? Not that I know of.

            Also look how quickly Moore produced that old divorce document for comparison. He just happened to have that all teed up! How the hell did that happen? Equally strange that she was in possession of a document signed by her would-be rapist, which she neglected to mention at her news conference.

            Something very fishy is going on here.

        • PeterC

          Maybe they should do a test of the original ink to determine date of the note.

          • gaycuckhubby

            Maybe but Gloria said she won’t release the original

  • FAEN
  • Kevin_Atlanta

    “Methinks the Lady protests too much.”
    This Christ-O-Fascist, Anti-Constitutional, twice removed from the Bench demonstrates, as all Evangelicals that when one lies; they all swear to it.
    The death-worshiping, blood-drinking Missionary of Hate have only their faith because any semblance of reality is denied. https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/9af7373474ef9fbd2873274b03b73ae15cbc3dcc12473fa77b8b13f37925a868.png

  • TrueWords

    Did the D.A for Disgusting Asshole or Despicable Asshole or maybe Deranged Asshole…seems like it is him all the way

  • Ragnar Lothbrok

    I’m sure you were banned from the mall because you were PrAying for little girls right Roy ?.

    • TampaDink

      That….and then there were all of those baptisms he performed in the fountain in center court. /s.

  • PR

    How about his wife faking the pastor recommendation letter ?

    • Frostbite

      Oh hush. That was for Jeebus.

    • Jeffg166

      IOKIYAR.

  • Robert Adams

    This from a guy who wanted to wallpaper the town with the Ten Commandments……perhaps as post-it notes to himself.

  • This shameless, craven, childmolesting motherfucker actually expects us to believe this?

    • another_steve

      ^^ LMAO.

      Nobody does the descriptors quite as well as you, Becca.

    • Lizard

      Us? I doubt it. He expects his fans to, though. And sadly, he might be right.

    • AtticusP

      No. But the rubes in Alabama will swallow it hook, line and sinker. And they are the ones who will send this jerk to Washington.

  • coram nobis

    An entire yearbook is something that’s hard to re-create, and if you’re going to forge something on it you may have only one chance at it. Was this a ballpoint signature? If so, the impression might still be on the page.

    Difference with the court order he shows is also that the yearbook page was glossy, where the order would be ordinary paper.

    One problem: yearbooks come out at the end of the school year, usually, May or so. This one is dated at Christmas.

    • Natty Enquirer

      Many people keep their yearbooks and share them with others long after the end of the school year.

      • coram nobis

        Well, it is Alabama, so …

        • Reality.Bites

          a high school year book is always something of a novelty attention getter.

          • Chucktech

            Hail, yew done gown to high skewl!

          • Reality.Bites

            I wear a gown every I go in Alabama. Don’t want to be taken for a teenager.

      • Chucktech

        Yeah, they share lots of stuff. Sister-wives, cousin-fuckers, yearbooks, whore-house gals, bibles, cheap whiskey bottles, all sorts of stuff.

        • Ragnar Lothbrok

          You gist outta luck this tom, Fester done spoke for the goat for the hole weak end.

    • Reality.Bites

      Extra copies were stored at the Texas School Book Depository. Ted Cruz’s father stole them for her back in 1963.

    • netxtown

      just cuz they got a yearbook…don’t mean they grad-gi-ated

  • Tomcat

    I am to the point where I don’t care anymore. I guess my new meds are working pretty good. I figure I have no say over anything in this country anymore so I just need to just try and survive without much suffering until the end. Good luck to you Millennials.

    • Tomcat

      For once it sucks to be young.

      • Lizard

        I tried to tell you this months ago.

  • Robert Adams

    Number 9: Thou shalt not bear false witness against thy neighbour.

  • Yalma Cuder-Zicci

    Other post-nominal initials that are actually secretary’s initials:

    Jr. (Janice Rowland)
    Esq. (Edwina Susannah Quintana)
    DDS (Deborah Dawn Simpson)
    MD (Melanie Digby)
    PhD (Phyllida Davis)

    • Reality.Bites

      And

      Suck It Now (Sandra Ursula Consuelo Katie Isadora Tammy Nene Owens-Waring)

      • Michael R

        Is she here ?

  • hdtex

    BREITBART people…….This asshole is Steve Bannon endorsed. What would you expect him to say?

  • Ragnar Lothbrok

    Ok let’s pretend she forged it, made it all up just so that she could be trashed by the right wing. That STILL leaves almost a dozen others who have come forward with a similar story.
    Every reasonable person knows you are a Pedophile Phreak !

    • Joe in PA

      Bwahahaah, “reasonable person” they’re not.

    • PickyPecker

      Would cast a long shadow of ‘reasonable doubt’ on the claims of the other women. Could all be a ruse by the Moore camp to defuse the whole thing.

      • Joe in PA

        Exactly.

        • PickyPecker

          Moore may be a whole lotta disgusting things…and deserves everything bad that comes his way, however…..one thing he is not: stupid.

          • Ragnar Lothbrok

            His followers are

          • PickyPecker

            exactly why they might fall for a plant situation. ‘What? She lied? Well, then…..the rest of them did too!’

          • Will G

            Guess who was in the same class as accuser Nelson, whose picture is in that very same yearbook? Kayla Moore. Has she ever even acknowledged she knows Nelson from high school? Not that I’m aware of. SOMETHING fishy is going on here. That “D.A.” certainly points to it being a forgery.

          • kat

            Jesusy people are uniformly stupid.

      • Joe in PA

        But I’m sure the ‘fair and balanced’ Fox News would point out the truth.

  • Lazycrockett
    • Joe in PA

      Someone hide the nuclear codes!

    • AlternativeQuacks

      Again? This is starting to get really suspicious. For 70 years we very rarely had any collisions with navy vessels, then Trump becomes president and we’ve had what is it now -five? six?

      • Chucktech

        Not to mention, the bridge is rather bristling with electronics to keep this from happening…

        WTF??

        • E.J.

          They turn all of that stuff off at night to save money. Budget cuts you know…..

          • Chucktech

            Bedtime for battleships…

      • coram nobis

        Last major collisions before this year would have been the destroyer Belknap and the carrier John F. Kennedy in 1975, and the destroyer USS Evans and the carrier HMAS Melbourne in 1969.

        But, yes, this many this soon is a bit unusual.

  • Chucktech

    Yup awl fabercated, just like jeezis and gawd.

  • Natty Enquirer

    The writing through “Love” does not look like the same hand as the signature. That’s my opinion as a crack internet graphologist. 🙂

  • Treant

    I’m no analyst and can’t speak to it. However, since he acknowledges that his signature is on that court dismissal…what I can say is…wow, his handwriting is just so butch, isn’t it?

    • BearEyes

      He’s also old enough to have been taught penmanship in school

      • Treant

        So am I, and mine used to be rather Edwardian. Nowadays it’s chicken scratch because I don’t handwrite any longer.

        • kanehau

          I lost cursive years ago… but now my printing looks like a 4 year old.

          • Treant

            You and my father. I always expected to see little drawn stick figures on any note he wrote, and even printed, it was almost illegible.

          • You’re lucky, my handwriting looks like a serial killer

          • Treant

            Strangely, serial killers have pretty nice handwriting. What’s really scary is that mine, when degrading to its present scratch, was very similar to John Wayne Gacy.

            (Of course, I think interpretive graphology is crap, so that doesn’t really signify, but…)

            http://www.annakoren.com/handwriting-analysis-of-serial-killers.html

          • Reality.Bites

            Will you stop handwriting when Charles Manson bites it?

          • Bites my hand?

          • Reality.Bites

            No, the dust. He’s expected to die in the near future,.

          • I know sweetie

          • Mike_in_the_Tundra

            I taught first grade. My printing is great. My cursive, not so much.

          • Lizard

            My printing is nice. My cursive looks like an eight-year-old trying to write pretty.

        • netxtown

          I just scribble my signature anymore. I claim to be pre-med.

          Ya know..before medicine…..way before.

          • Treant

            “I was born when the witch doctor used to pray over you and taste your poo to find out what was wrong.”

  • Steven B

    Well the DA in the yearbook looks like a different handwriting than the DA on the sample.
    And, BTW, DA also stands for dumb ass.

    • The “/DA” in the document was written by the secretary. The yearbook signature including “DA” certainly appears to be the same as Moore’s on the document

      • Steven B

        I agree.

    • Silver Badger

      District Attorney works to. Never hurts to remind a young girl how powerful you are,

    • Dreaming Vertebrate

      , … and Diddler of Adolescents. Coincidence?

      • coram nobis

        “Diddler” sounds so nasty. “Defiler” might be more polite.

        • Dreaming Vertebrate

          … even Deflowerer. What a fiend!

  • TexasBoy

    So, let the accuser have the ink tested in a reputable lab to see if it could have been written written in 1977, or is more modern. IF it is ink from 1977, it casts doubt that it was copied from a Delbra Adams signature, since she says she worked for Moore for 13 years, and the document he is offering is dated 1999, meaning the earliest she could have started signing Moore’s name is 1986.

  • Ross

    D. A.

    Like in District Attorney?

    • Lars Littlefield

      Doofus Asshole

  • Robincho

    Delbra? That’s nothing. MY secretary’s name is Deljockstrap….

    • Chucktech

      I’m sure your secretary gives you lots of support.

      • Robincho

        And he just loves taking dictation…

        • PickyPecker

          Good with a dictaphone, I bet.

    • Treant

      He types 69 words a minute, will insert anything into any “file” you want, and he’s great at bowling because he knows how to grip his balls.

      • Robincho

        He grips mine pretty good also…

      • Prost Seattle

        How are bowling balls and gay men diffferent?

        You can only put three fingers in a bowling ball!

        • Treant

          I’ve known plenty of guys who can barely take one finger. And my hands aren’t large.

  • MikeBx2

    I know nothing about nothing, but it seems to me Allred isn’t concerned about the Senate race, but rather a civil suit against Moore. She wants to get him under oath and the yearbook is a way to do that. As others have pointed out, if the signature is a fake (and it’s not), then Moore should file a defamation suit and they’ll be forced to turn over the yearbook. He’ll also be forced to give a deposition under oath. To avoid that, he can just keep giving interviews and claim it’s a fake until the election.

  • Ragnar Lothbrok

    Allred said yesterday that she would hand over the Yearbook to a 3rd party independent verification expert.
    Lol Roy’s lawyer said: Give to us, THEN we will have it sent to 3rd party.

    • DumbHairyApe

      The moment they get it, it’s doctored up, changed, modified, and then tossed in the wood chipper.

    • Chucktech

      gul dern it the dawg done peed own it…

      • PickyPecker

        Ur inglish iz gettin gud

        • Chucktech

          hail im tryin ho-werd

  • another_steve

    Ooh! God just texted Moore!:

    “Give me back those fuckin’ Ten Commandments, you motherfuckin’ piece of goyish shit.”

    • PickyPecker

      Wait, what? God is a heeb? 😉

      • another_steve
        • PickyPecker

          If I convert, will I get a better fruitcake for the holdiays this year?

          • another_steve

            My goyishe husband has a goyishe cousin who makes the best fruitcake. I mean, to die for. I think her secret is that she puts in something like a cup of booze in every cake.

            I’ve never asked. Too embarrassing.

            But after a couple of slices, I’m woozy.

          • Chucktech

            Jesus, I thought every goddam fruitcake had a cup of booze in it…

          • another_steve

            Lol. Are you talkin’ human fruitcakes, Chuck?

            At any given point in time, there’s at least a cup of booze in me.

          • Ernest Endevor

            Yes, but you’ll feel guilty about it.

          • TuuxKabin

            No such thing.

          • PickyPecker

            You’ve never had a really good fruitcake? While I agree that the majority of them available are like cardboard, there are indeed some wonderful sweet bread bakers out there. Of course, you have to like dried/candied fruits and nuts and not everyone does. It’s kinda sad that the cake has gotten such a bad rap.

          • Friday’s_cat

            How many fruitcake eaters are in the closet?

          • PickyPecker

            Could be. I grew up in a house where a good fruitcake was considered a treat! Also, the platter of dried and candied fruits. MMMM. (I know, strange)

          • PickyPecker

            PS. I kinda like it when friends receive a fruitcake for the holidays and they don’t even open it prior to giving it to me!

          • RoFaWh

            My mother made a fruitcake every year using my maternal grandmother’s recipe. It’s very dark and very big, weighing in at 8-9 pounds.

            One secret to fruitcake: when they come out of the oven, they’re often inedibly dry. Store them in an airtight container with a quartered apple. Replace the apple weekly. Apply only small amounts of liquor.

          • Opinion Sousaphones

            RoFaWh and PickyPecker… let’s all get married for the fruit cake… love them love them love them… we can then divorce after the cake is gone. Hubby hates them! I love him anyways, and he let me bake one for our wedding cake. He picked off the almond paste layer (fancy for wedding cake) as his favorite part. I did not make one this year as I could not justify spending all that money on something only I would eat.

            … old world foods, that I crave more and more as I age. Nobody here eats black pudding… except the Navajo, who have an amazing language.

          • TuuxKabin

            Uh. No. It’s the dried/candied fruit I can’t get around, and no way to pick and peck around that mess. They’ve made good doorstops tho, I’ll give ’em that.

          • djcoastermark

            When I was a kid, my grandmother always received as a gift from the nuns at the hospital where she used to work at , a fruitcake. A fruitcake soaked for a month in rum. Very different than what one would expect to receive coming from a convent. ( oh I bet they had some wild parties)

          • RoFaWh

            Here’s a fruitcake recipe originating in one of Margo Oliver’s columns for Weekend Magazine, a now-defunct weekend supplement in Canadian newspapers. These “Yule cakes” are rather like an opera roll in texture.

            Yule Cakes

            from “Weekend” Magazine, 30 October 1976

            1½ cups unblanched almonds (12 oz, 350 g)
            1½ cups walnut pieces (6 oz, 175 g)
            1 cup quartered, pitted dates
            1 cup drained and halved maraschino cherries
            1 cup slivered candied orange peel
            ½ cup sultana raisins
            ¾ cup sifted all-purpose flour
            ¾ cup sugar
            ½ tsp baking powder
            ½ tsp salt
            3 eggs
            1 tbsp maraschino cherry juice
            1 tsp almond extract

            Preheat oven to 300°F. Grease 2 aluminum foil pans (I use ones 7¼×3½×2¼ inches.)

            Combine nuts, dates, cherries, orange peel, and raisins in large bowl. Sift flour, sugar, baking powder, and salt together over fruit and nuts
            and toss with hands to mix well.

            Beat eggs until thick and lemon colored, about 5 minutes at high speed on the mixer. Stir in maraschino cherry juice and almond extract. Pour
            over mixed dry ingredients and blend well.

            Spoon into prepared pans and press down firmly with back of spoon.

            Bake about 1 hour and 45 minutes or until cakes seem firm when touched lightly in the centre. Cool in pans a few minutes then turn out and
            complete cooling on a rack. Wash pans and return cakes to them when cold. Wrap in foil and store in refrigerator. Or wrap in transparent
            wrap and tie with a ribbon as gifts.

            These cakes are ready to use after 2 or 3 days’ storage.

          • thatotherjean

            Most of it’s nasty, but I have had one wonderful fruitcake–mostly macadamia nuts, cashews, and pineapple. Fantastic! I wish i could find it here, but a friend brought it back from Hawaii, decades ago.

        • Opinion Sousaphones

          Who is this? I think I love her… what a sweet face. I hope she is not actually a mass murderer or something.

      • Mike_in_the_Tundra

        His son was.

        • Chucktech

          but than He becom a christien

          • Treant

            Only after they hung him out to dry and taunted him for hours.

            Actually, they kept that tendency to convert people in that manner for well over a thousand years…

  • Ragnar Lothbrok

    BTW, today is the anniversary of the Jim Jones koolaid party

    • Stephen Elliot Phillips

      and look how far the republican cult has come since then!

      • Ragnar Lothbrok

        We all know history repeats, the only question is WHEN!!??

        • PickyPecker

          Given recent years’ history, we should be due for another ‘mass’ something a week or two before christmas.

          • Lars Littlefield

            It will be back Friday next week.

        • Stephen Elliot Phillips

          Ive been praying for that rapture to no avail….

    • coram nobis

      Yes, which also involved the death of Rep. Leo Ryan and the wounding of future Rep. Jackie Speier.

      http://www.sfchronicle.com/opinion/editorials/article/Last-Word-A-Jonestown-memorial-at-last-12366943.php

      A Capitol Hill cloakroom will mark what San Francisco can barely stomach to remember. A gold-lettered notice will dedicate the gathering spot for lawmakers in the name of Rep. Leo Ryan …

      Nov. 27 will be the anniversary of the assassinations of Harvey Milk and George Moscone, one week after Jonestown. It was a dark period in Bay Area history.

      • bzrd

        I believe it was the investigative reporter Moira Johnson for California Magazine who did a piece on Jonestown before the “mass executions” by poison. Many members wanted to leave but were having a difficult time getting out. Her story about their situation was so disturbing that when I heard Leo Ryan and Jackie Speier were going down there to help, I feared for their lives. No one could have imagined the extent of that horror, I was surprised Jackie survived.

    • Treant

      Is there a planned Republican celebration and re-enactment?

    • MonochromeMouse

      May the trump kool aid party come to a similar conclusion.

    • Just Noh
    • TuuxKabin

      And Pedro Infante’s 100th birthday. Kinda more fun.

      http://heavy.com/news/2017/11/pedro-infante-google-doodle-100th-birthday/

      • Ragnar Lothbrok

        Interesting guy, thanks!

    • glass
    • JCF

      So very sad. A neighbor’s son, who had formerly been a member of the People’s Temple, committed suicide a day or two after. Heart-breaking.

  • JT
  • bkmn
  • Silver Badger

    What does the S stand for?

    • Dreaming Vertebrate

      Super-pedo

    • Reality.Bites

      Screwed?

  • bkmn

    I think we should dust the Duggar girls for Roy’s fingerprints, problem is that Josh’s fingerprints would probably be all on top of Roy’s.

  • teeveedub

    I’m certain that the good people of Breitbart have hired teams of the most qualified forensic graphoanalysts to determine whether the signatures match. Oh, wait. The words “Breitbart” and “qualified” don’t belong in the same sentence. My bad.

  • Adam

    It doesn’t even look the same. Same signature, but not the same exact writing of it. Moore is such a damn liar, lmao.

    Pretty obvious DA is for his title.

  • AlternativeQuacks

    Sort of on topic: I’ve been wondering how Putin was going to go with all of this. Now we know.

    https://twitter.com/oneunderscore__/status/931641402739568640

    • Ernest Endevor

      So the Russians are on it. That’s reassuring.

    • Ninja0980

      Guest appearance by homocon Guy Benson in that article.

  • DumbHairyApe

    So, what happens when a District Attorney takes a vacation? Is there a time when the Assistant District Attorney assumes that role and is considered the “District Attorney” in his/her absence?

    The date indicated is 12/22/77. Could be the D.A. was on a Christmas break and having control of the office allowed Moore to call himself the D.A…or he just wanted to sound more impressive to his adolescent prey.

    • Moore has a lifelong habit of puffing himself up by shoving his supposed credentials in the faces of everyone.

      As Assistant DA, it should come as no surprise he not only signed his name with those initials, but also reminded his victims that’s what he was and that his position of authority meant they would never be listened to.

      Just look at the fucker’s twitter handle and the way he still gets everyone to call him JUDGE Roy Moore, even though he was impeached once and removed from office for abuse of power and defiant law-breaking on the 2nd occasion.

      • Ninja0980

        Same thing Jeanne Pirro on Fox.
        She stills call herself judge even though she hasn’t been one in years.

        • Exactly. And there’s a psychological pathology associated with that, a crippling sense of insecurity such that a person cannot simply operate as equals with respect to other adults.

          “Dr” Sebastian Gorka — whose PhD is fraudulent. “Judge” Moore and Pirro.

          This can also be intrinsic to one’s sexual preferences. Such as a former DA & Judge going after younger girls and not adults. Or a former reality TV star with strikingly similar preferences…

          • Ninja0980

            Yup.
            They have to have a title next to their name otherwise people won’t respect them at all.

          • billbear1961

            What can one say about a society which cannot relegate these people to the shadows where they BELONG, that does not punish them for their outrages, but which now, increasingly, treats them as though they deserve RESPECT, about a society whose media, for whatever cynical, self-serving reasons, genuflects to them?

      • clay

        “DA” = Assistant DA.
        “ADA” = (Administrative) Assistant (to) the DA.

  • coram nobis

    Wasn’t a “D.A.” a kind of high-school boys’ hairstyle back in the day?

    • “Duck’s Ass” Yep.

      • coram nobis

        Took more than “a little dab” of Brylcreem to do it. Those ducks would be greasier than an oil spill.

    • JCF

      60 years ago, not 40.

      • coram nobis

        Time flies when you’re having fun.

  • kat

    It seems quite apparent to me that three elements at the bottom of the yearbook – – the ‘D. A.’, the date, and the name of the restaurant – – were reference notes added later so the context around Moore would not be forgotten.

  • SoCalGal20

    Oh my goodness I have no idea what kind of dog this is but it’s one of the cutest things I’ve ever seen.

    https://twitter.com/cuteemergency/status/931964226268205057

  • Ernest Endevor

    I assume that this is in the hands of the police.

    • DumbHairyApe

      They were going to let Trump handle it, but the yearbook was too big for his tiny, tiny hands.

      • clay

        And, as recently demonstrated, a bottle of water is too big for his tiny, tiny hands.

      • coram nobis

        And he probably can’t spell “nice bazongas”.

    • DumbHairyApe

      If they cops need something to do with their hands, I got something for their hands right here.

    • Why? She’s not bringing any charges. She just wanted Alabama voters and the world to know what Moore did to her when she was a young teen.

      • Ernest Endevor

        He’s accusing her of forgery. Isn’t that a criminal offense? Wouldn’t he want to have his charge corroborated? If it’s true?

        • RoFaWh

          It’s defamation, slander, and/or libel, all of which are civil offenses.

        • Reality.Bites

          I think that unless one wants to sue the other, there’s nothing here to compel her to prove the yearbook.

          Of course even if it were forged, that wouldn’t prove his innocence and it being not-forged wouldn’t prove his guilt.

          He’s not actually being accused of signing a yearbook after all!

          • Ernest Endevor

            My point’s the other way round – and not clear. If he’s claiming it’s forged why doesn’t he demand that the handwriting be verified? Unless he knows it’s his.

  • DumbHairyApe

    You may now refer to me as “Hairy D.A.”

    • Bambino

      Handsy D.A.

  • JCF
  • Sam_Handwich
    • Bambino

      This is like second or third collision under the pussy grabber in chief? Not to mention Mike Pence who doesn’t even know which direction the country warship is heading. MAGA achievement biggly! Hey Putin! Just marched your Russian troops in already!

  • Andymac3

    Anything that comes via Breitbart can be ignored and filed in the ‘Fuck this Shit’ pile.

  • Richard B

    After days of flailing in the wind, Roy Moore is deploying the Donald Trump tried and true “THEY ARE ALL LYING” approach for brushing off his serial pedophile and sexual harassment charges. If it worked for the Donald, Roy Moore must have surmised it will work for him. Roy Moore is a sexual predator and a stinking hypocrite who had the audacity to hold himself up as some sort of a moral warrior for god and the bastard demonize gay consenting adults for what they do in the bedroom.
    The press and everyone else should endlessly shame him as a perverted pedophile and a hypocrite.

    • Lizard

      The really depressing part is that it’ll probably work.

      • billbear1961

        Only in a country where the people no longer have any self-respect.

        • coram nobis

          Is this a great country or what?

          • billbear1961

            If it weren’t for the results of this year’s off-year elections, I’d be in DESPAIR.

        • RoFaWh

          Peopleofwalmart.com is filled to the gunnels with photos of people completely lacking in self-respect. And it’s all from the USA!

          Lately, my watching Youtube videos of trains has led me to films advertising various lines from the 1930s through the 1950s. Ladies wore hats, even in the dining car, gentlemen wore suits, and boys wore what was for them fairly formal clothing.

          There’s one subtly amusing film from Southern Railways, about the Saluda Grade and the difficulty trains had in traversing its 5% (at places) grade. The engineer is dolled up in a suit, but common sense tells you that on the job he actually wore durable work clothing.

          Context: “they” try to keep grades of railways below 1½ percent, though some are as steep as 2½ percent. A 5% grade is a very steep grade where railroads are concerned. Luckily, the Saluda Grade was used at that time to ship coal downhill, with only empty gondolas returning up-grade.

  • AlternativeQuacks

    OT, but the biggest belly laugh I’ve had in a couple days:

    https://twitter.com/DarthPutinKGB/status/931667771527544832

    • coram nobis

      I wonder if Mr. & Mrs. Mugabe might find positions on the White House staff, once they’re free?

    • DoctorDJ

      And its capitol is South Cofefe.

  • Ninja0980

    https://twitter.com/espinsegall/status/930606376975560705
    He does realize the vote is non-binding and that many of the bigots have said they don’t give a shit, they are still going to try and block it right?
    There is no “good” way to try and get the goal of equality because no matter how we get it, the bigots will NEVER accept it.

    • JCF

      He didn’t say “good”, he said “better”.

      I think it’s a debateable point. Several states won marriage equality by the ballot, years ahead of Obergefell.

      • Ninja0980

        Only after the bigots poured millions of dollars into lies, lies and more lies.
        And what rights can be given by the legislature/ballot box can be taken away.

    • AlternativeQuacks

      There is one big difference between Australia’s referendum and the various votes that happened in the U.S. before Windsor and Obergefell, which is that it was nationwide. In the U.S., some states had approved marriage equality by ballot, some by court decisions and some by legislation, but what about when the couple from Massachusetts goes to Texas for work or vacation and something unexpected happens? Suddenly they’re no longer married? There actually were cases like this before the SCOTUS rulings. And also, what about federal marriage benefits?

      • Reality.Bites

        A horrific one happened to a couple honeymooning in Australia when one of them died.

      • coram nobis

        There was the Langbehn-Pond incident in Florida.

        https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Janice_Langbehn

        Obama met Janice Langbehn later on and that may have pushed him toward favoring marriage equality.

      • -M-

        Also we have a constitution and the Supreme Court’s job is striking down laws and policies that violate it which discrimination between same sex and opposite sex couples in regard to civil marriage did.

        And I think Australia’s anti gay marriage law was actually written into their constitution so their Supreme Court might not have been able to strike it down.

        • Hue-Man

          Not in constitution. wiki

          In an attempt to prevent any judicial imposition of same-sex unions in Australia, the Howard Government introduced the Marriage Amendment Act in the Parliament on 27 May 2004.
          The amendment specified that marriage, undefined in the Act, would be
          defined as a “union of a man and a woman to the exclusion of all others”
          and that foreign same-sex marriages would not be recognised as such in
          Australia.

  • Slade7

    This is all bullshit. There is tons of wring above the signature. That can all be verified to be Roy’s. I bet Beverly, as a kid, added the DA part to remind her who this freak was who kept coming on to her as a child. It only adds to the legitimacy!

  • Bambino

    Caleb Moore is the Donald Trump of the future waiting to happen when he has a father like Roy Moore.

  • MikeBx2

    If you were being accused of preying on teenage girls when you were in your 30’s. And someone forged your signature to a yearbook as proof of contact. And you had access to plenty of lawyers. How long would it take you to demand a lawsuit be filed immediately?

    • coram nobis

      If you’re a public figure you’ll have a very high standard of actual malice to establish. NY Times Co. v. Sullivan, which, interestingly enough, originated in Montgomery, Alabama.

      • Natty Enquirer

        Showing that the accuser forged your signature would help just a bit.

        • coram nobis

          So far as physical evidence. Trouble is, if you sue for defamation you’re making yourself the subject of the trial, and the verbal testimony can get painful, especially once the mall employees testify. If he’s been acting like a filthy truffle pig all these years, there’ll be witnesses. Then he gets on the stand and it will feel like a colonoscopy.

          Also, Civil Procedure isn’t one sided. The girl can counter sue and others can intervene as parties in their own right, with their lawyers seeing Moore as a deep-pockets target.

          Moore would do well simply to throw doubt with his talking points, but not sue.

      • MikeBx2

        The person who presented the yearbook says he assaulted her as a teenager and provides the signed yearbook as proof of contact.

  • anne marie in philly

    you are a FUCKING LIAR, moore! your sin WILL find you out soon!

  • JWC

    HORSE SHIT Fake News = apersonal liscence to lie

  • Galvestonian

    A good expert handwriting analysis should be available and is relatively inexpensive and doesn’t take much time. If anyone wants this to happen then they should get right on it. They ( handwriting analysis experts ) are available in practically every State. Handwriting analysis is admissible as scientific evidence in a court of law, the District of Columbia Court of Appeals ruled in an opinion (PDF) published in February of 2012.

    • Lizard

      Didn’t he say something about defamation lawsuits? This would be excellent evidence on his side, strengthening his case considerably with evidence admissible in court. Makes you wonder, doesn’t it?

      • AlternativeQuacks

        Like Trump, he’ll threaten but he won’t actually sue, because then he exposes himself to the discovery phase of the trial, and ALL the worms will come out of the can.

    • Opinion Sousaphones

      I am not entirely convinced of the certainty of handwriting analysis, at least not for positive identification. What do you recommend as reading?

      • RoFaWh

        What you do: have half a dozen handwriting analysts independently examine, and evaluate, that signature.

        Be sure they are ready to testify under oath in court as to their observations, their logic, and their conclusion.

      • Galvestonian

        Handwriting Analysis: The Complete Basic Book Paperback – October 1, 1980
        by Karen Amend … I think you can get it on Amazon and it’s relatively cheap.

  • boobert

    Does anyone believe him ? lol . He got banned from a mall !

    • another_steve

      Oh but don’t ya know… the mall security force at the time consisted of Jewish homosexual Democrats intent on re-crucifying Jesus Christ AFTER they ate the babies of Bible-believing good Christians.

      I thought that was common knowledge.

    • coram nobis

      Trouble is, a lot of his religious supporters really do seem to think of nubile girls as marriage fodder. Moore’s only sin apparently was he didn’t ask the girls’ fathers’ permission first.

      http://religiondispatches.org/why-roy-moores-evangelical-supporters-wont-abandon-him/

  • liondon#iamnotatraitor

    I would have totally signed her tits.

    • Natty Enquirer

      Now you’re thinking presidential.

    • another_steve

      I wonder how many female breasts Donald Trump has autographed in his day.

  • another_steve

    Hubby just suggested to me that perhaps the accuser should consent to having experts date the writing in the book. I assume there are tests for that sort of thing.

    Assuming the results substantiate her story, it could further help sink Moore’s chances next month.

    • Opinion Sousaphones

      Physical evidence might be able to tell us the age of the writing on the page, but that does not prove who wrote the text. I don’t think I would put much stock in handwriting analysis.

      • -M-

        They could at least rule out tracing, make sure the whole thing is all the same age and ink, rule out it or any part being a recent addition.

  • DesertSun59

    Amusing. There are very well documented ways to discern whether a signature is a forgery or not.

    • Opinion Sousaphones

      I think he is counting on others not being able to do that. Thus, he is free to lie without fear of fact checking. Also, that bit of tangible evidence gave a lot of weight to just how creepy he was/is.

  • billbear1961

    This party of toxic FRAUDS poses a DIRECT threat to the very survival of the Republic. It threatens your rights, your health, your LIVES! It threatens the safety and the lives of vulnerable CHILDREN!

    Rise up and make it CLEAR you will not recognize any claims to legitimate authority by proven pathological liars, by thieves laying waste to the public good for the benefit of the wealthy few, by predatory DEGENERATES who have the insufferable GALL, despite what they so clearly are, to DARE sit in moral judgment on OTHERS!

    Rise up with PRIDE to SAVE the Republic from the traitorous, two-faced GANGSTERS out to destroy it!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dGPEzY1r8sU

    • PickyPecker

      Good to see you, dear Bear! Here’s hoping you and CJ have a lovely weekend!!!
      https://i.imgflip.com/1zm8zd.jpg

      • billbear1961

        Hello, sweetheart! The old bear has missed you!

        XOXO

        We’ve been in Iceland this week, returning to Montreal tomorrow evening!

        • PickyPecker

          Iceland is a wonderful land! Was there several years ago and had a great time. Be sure to pick yourself up a nice Icelandic wool scarf for the winter months! Safe travels to you!! XO

          • billbear1961

            It’s our first time, and we’re so glad we came–it’s a land of haunting, otherworldly beauty!

          • PickyPecker

            The wool……is fantastic! There’s a couple of very nice stores in Reykjavic with a nice array of products. A bit pricey, but to this day the scarf I picked up there is my very favorite. Don’t buy from the gift shop at the airport…they mark things up for folks that are only laying over for an hour before heading to Holland.

          • billbear1961

            Everything’s pretty pricey–the best thing to do is to shop at Bonus supermarket and prepare your own meals!

            https://stowawaybear.files.wordpress.com/2014/11/bonbon-in-bonus-e1416201544574.jpg

          • PickyPecker

            If you have time tomorrow before you head to the airport, visit the Icelandic Phallological Museum (penis museum) downtown Reykjavic if it is open. Interesting and sometimes giggle-worthy.

          • billbear1961

            Shy Guy has also suggested it!

            🙂

        • SoCalGal20

          Good to see you! I hear Iceland is fantastic! Have you been before?

          • billbear1961

            Hello, SCG!

            It’s our first time!

            🙂

    • JWC

      I think also that a small insight can be gleaned from the lyrics of Troopers “Raise a LittleHell”

      • billbear1961

        Afraid it will be necessary to raise more than a LITTLE, JWC!

        • JWC

          My point Mr Bill start small and grow

    • another_steve

      Nice to see you billbear. I always enjoy your comments.

      (Plus the music is always TO DIE FOR !!!!)

      • billbear1961

        The beauty of the first movement almost has me in tears, Steve!

        (Jesus, I’m getting soft with age!)

        • another_steve

          Some pieces do that to me too. Vaughan Williams’ “The Lark Ascending,” for example.

          First, because I love birds and know of no other classical piece that so captures their essence. Second, because it’s just so damn excruciatingly gorgeous.

          https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZR2JlDnT2l8

          • coram nobis

            Lovely piece indeed. And good solo material.

    • coram nobis

      Here’s a nice violin concerto.

      https://youtu.be/igqj4lAV6UY?t=884

  • AlternativeQuacks

    OT – Whoa! Cher is on the warpath against Ryan & Turtle’s tax plan.

    • Treant

      Has she called them “gypsies, tramps and thieves” yet?

    • coram nobis

      If she has a meltdown we can call it Cher Noble.

      • AlternativeQuacks

        It took me about 5 reads to get that. Doh! Not enough coffee.

      • trouble94114

        POINTS!

        • Gianni

          I agree! 🙂

    • SoCalGal20

      I love her!

      • M Jackson

        She was my first Follow on Twitter!

  • Blake J Butler

    My picture in a local popular social magazine for our Halloween los de los muertos Ball, back in October. https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/402650ea59837a3207d18eb4bcbb1a7a87322a16807584acb087468db33f59f6.jpg

    • AlternativeQuacks

      Looks like it was a fun time.

      • Blake J Butler

        Sangria, tequila, and a authentic Mexican meal prepared by a local chef.

        Yes it was, my testimony.

    • PickyPecker

      You’re a STAR!!!

    • another_steve

      Blake… Where’s your left hand in that photo, hon.

      I mean, we need to know.

      • Blake J Butler

        Her shoulder.

        • another_steve

          DNA test…

          NOW !!

  • Gerald Parks

    OMG …HE pulled THIS out of his ass?
    These voters “trust” his judgment???
    Sweet baby Jesus…heaven help these people!

    • another_steve

      Republican Alabamians, babe. Republican Alabamians.

      Yes. They trust and believe.

      • Gerald Parks

        True THAT!!

      • kat

        It’s the Jesus. Kills brains dead.

        • another_steve

          Only in the wrong brains.

          My man’s a Jesus guy and there was never a better human being on Planet Earth than he is.

          • UrsusArctos 🐻

            There’s religious people, then Christianists. Ghandi had it right.
            “I like your Christ, I do not like your Christians. Your Christians are so unlike your Christ.”

          • another_steve

            I also think Ghandi had it right, UA.

            The way I see it, there’s the spiritual instinct that comes prepackaged with our humanness. Our birthright. The sense of wonder. The sense of transcendence. Anyone who does or enjoys art or who observes nature, for instance, experiences this.

            Then, gradually, comes the corrosive influence of the human ego. The mistaken sense that “With regard to things of the spirit, I know the truth. There is a God (or) There is no God. My beliefs are true; yours are false. My God is the true one. Yours is false.”

            With some notable exceptions, institutional religion plays on the mistaken, corrosive nature of the ego. Much of institutional religion, but not all of it. There are religious/spiritual institutions out there that embrace and nourish the spiritual instinct.

            I bet there are people reading here who participate in that nourishment.

      • Gerald Parks

        THAT is a fact!

    • JWC

      Heven or their version there of

      • Gerald Parks

        THAT would be a sad place to spend a minute …let alone …eternity!

        • JWC

          lovingly and hand carved by and for imbeciles

          • Gerald Parks

            Yes …and there will be room for Secretary of State Rex Tillerson’s boss whom he affectionately calls …fn MORON!

          • Gerald Parks

            Lets not forget to include the “fn MORON” in Chief …

    • Treant

      If it isn’t blessed, am I eating unheavened bread?

  • boobert

    I don’t see him disputing about being BANNED from a mall !

    • coram nobis

      “We-el, what that-all was about was that I made the mistake of wearing all white to White Flower Day at Macy’s, and they got all riled.”

  • Ragnar Lothbrok
  • -M-

    This line of attack by him has been debunked. The accuser withdrew that divorce request and never appeared in Roy’s court. Roy didn’t sign anything for that and neither iirc did this D.A. person.

    Doesn’t prove one way or another whether the signature in the yearbook is real or forged, but that would be easily checked by handwriting experts and ink analysis and Roy’s story gives no reason to doubt the woman’s allegation that he signed it at her place of work when she said he did, at his own invitation, as a thirty something self-important assistant DA.

    edited to add:
    Playing amateur handwriting non-expert for a few minutes, the signature in the yearbook doesn’t look like a copy from that stamp. They look like the same person some years apart, and the D’s & A’s certainly aren’t the same shape, again consistent with the hypothesis that he signed the year book and someone else initialed the stamp of his judicial signature.

  • AtticusP

    “DA“ stood for “district attorney“. Which was Roy’s cute little way of telling a high school girl that she had better keep her mouth shut if she knows what’s good for her.

    • -M-

      I believe the assault took place a bit after the yearbook signing. Supposedly she quit after that, while the yearbook was signed at work. DA was him trying to impress a teenager with his importance or a reminder of who the complete rando signing her yearbook was.

  • Cackalaquiano

    My Mom has been watching this Roy Moore debacle with interest, and she’s seen all the interviews with the various accusers. Of this particular woman, with the yearbook, mom says flatly “she’s lying.” All the others she completely believes, and she utterly despises Moore.
    I really hope she’s wrong about this woman.

  • jruffdc

    Like Judge Judy says: “If it doesn’t make sense, it isn’t true.”

  • HoratioCaine

    he’s spewing already debunked horsesh*t. this story has been researched. he had NOTHING to do with her divorce. but they keep repeating the lie. roy and that mental midget ambulance chaser lawyer of his didn’t stop to think that the rest of the bloody handwriting matches the signature.

    Allred isn’t handing anything over to anyone connected to Moore and his minions lest it be messed with. They are NOT trustworthy. They have been trying every trick in the book to debunk this woman. And it isn’t working.

    As for those who say he was an a.d.a. not a d.a. at the time, do you really think he would add the associate to district attorney?

  • andrew

    Even if that yearbook signature was fabricated, it doesn’t alter the facts that Roy Moore was banned from an Alabama mall because he was stalking teen aged girls when he was in his thirties.

    • Itsatarp

      Agree 100% but – we are dealing with people who believe because we don’t have a complete fossil record then the Adam and Eve must be true.

  • Henry Auvil

    I heard Darlene McBride was headlining Roy Moore’s rally tomorrow night in Tuscaloosa. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oqZaQKskP-A

    • Rambie

      We were laughing when MADtv did this, the GOP’ers were taking notes…

  • dcurlee

    Dig that grave deeper you fucking pedophile

  • Henry Auvil

    What is that little book he keeps holding up? His passport to hell?

  • Mickey Bitsko

    Bartitomo’s “interview” with Trump last month on Fox redefined the meaning of brown-noser.

  • Henry Auvil

    Way off topic but way more important than the “achievements” of any of these GOP morons, RIP Azzedine Alaia. https://www.npr.org/sections/thetwo-way/2017/11/18/565089502/azzedine-alaia-french-fashion-designer-known-as-the-king-of-cling-dies

  • Ross

    Golly.

    I am WRACKED with indecision.

    Who should I believe?

    Moore?

    Or his accuser?

    Oh. Wait….

  • Hue-Man

    Excuse my ignorance but are yearbooks still produced in book form or are they digital? Less tangible evidence of 2017 predator Moore if they are digital…

    • Lizard

      They’re still books.

  • Gum Boocho

    No, Roy Moore was not the District Attorney at the time. And if he had been putting DA after his name, one wud expect a comma, not the slash which is used to indicate an agent is providing the signature, not the actual Roy Moore.

  • jpinphx

    They can test the age of the ink…

  • Jay George

    WOOT! Happy! Happy! Happy! The headline on the local paper reads:
    Our view: Alabama voters must reject Roy Moore; we endorse Doug Jones for U.S. Senate
    http://www.al.com/opinion/index.ssf/2017/11/our_view_alabama_voters_must_r.html

    • Jay George

      “A vote for Roy Moore sends the worst kind of message to Alabamians struggling with of abuse: “if you ever do tell your story, Alabama won’t believe you.”

      Or, worse, we’ll believe you but we just won’t care.

      To be clear: it’s not only his record on women and children that disqualifies Moore. If we vote for Roy Moore, Alabama will also show that we don’t care about you if you’re gay or Muslim or Catholic. If you’re an atheist or an immigrant. We’ll show each other that we only care about Roy Moore’s definition of Alabama. And that there’s not room for the rest of us.”

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  • mimar

    Hey Alabamians, get real. Roy Moore is a former DISTRICT ATTORNEY and a JUDGE, and he has been lying his fucking ass off. If you want any credibility as respectable citizens of the United States (if that is still possible), do the right thing. End of conversation.

  • Charlie In SF

    Red Herring; designed to deflect, by definition.

  • Dunkerblinker

    Everything true and exposing corruption or perversion is deemed fake news by the GOP. It is getting very old!

  • The initials could mean several things, all of which apply to Roy Moore, such as District Attorney and Dumb Ass.