A plaque remaining from the Big Apple Night Club at West 135th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem.

Above, a 1934 plaque from the Big Apple Night Club at West 135th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem. Discarded as trash in 2006. Now a Popeyes fast food restaurant on Google Maps.

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Entry from March 28, 2010
Teatard (tea party participant + retard)

“Teatard” [TEA (Taxed Enough Already) party participant + retard] is an epithet used against the anti-tax, pro-smaller government “tea party” rallies that were popularized on April 15, 2009 (the federal income tax deadline). “Teatard” has been cited in print since March 2009.
Another epithet used against a tea party participant is “teabagger.”
Similar terms include “sheeptard” (since March 1999), “Republitard” (since April 2002), “rightard” (since January 2003), “patriotard” (since April 2003), “Demotard” (since July 2003), “GOP tard”/“GOPtard” (since July 2004), “libtard” (since July 2004), “leftard” (since August 2004), “wingtard” (since October 2004), “neotard” (since May 2002), “conservatard” (since November 2005),  “truthtard” (since October 2006), “ecotard” (since July 2007), “climatard” (since December 2008), “crumbtard” (since May 2011) and “occutard” (since October 2011).
Urban Dictionary
A person who lets opportunist Republicans use the tea party movement for their own ends.
A politically naive conservative who is easily influenced.
Jim, the leader of the teaparty, recieved a personal visit by our conservative Republican congressman who wanted to use the teaparty movement as a platform for his campaign. Jim was impressed and did not see through the sham. It was on this day Jim became a TeaTard.
by Kirks Monkey Jan 23, 2010
someone who thinks a tiny tax increase is tyranny. Also, one who thinks the best way to protest what they see as wasteful spending is to waste their money by buying teabags and sending them to someone who will never see them, nor will they ever be opened by anyone.
My teacher is a teatard, he tried to get us to “teabag the white house” the whole class burst into laughter much to his confusion.
by Rocky775 Jun 28, 2009
Bob Cesca’s Awesome Blog! Go!
March 23, 2009
Orlando Tea Baggery
@Broadway Carl Exactly. At least one teatard is intelligent enough to realize that this is all GWB’s fault.
Posted by: twoeightnine at March 23, 2009 11:38 AM
The audience member must have been a teatard, no doubt.
by IdioticStemCell
05/07/2009, 3:12 PM #
Tuesday, December 22, 2009
Word of the Day
Teatard. Spread the word.
Crazy Internet People
Wednesday, February 3, 2010
How to spot a Teatard
Any Questions?
This nimrod ripped around and cut in front of me on the road yesterday. (Luckily I had my camera.) I guess he couldn’t deal with riding behind me and looking at my one little “Obama 08” bumper sticker and wanted me to see what “he” thought about that.
The Daily Show - Message Boards
02-11-2010 11:18 PM
Re: Palin’s supporter prefer to be called “tea-tards”.
This way they won’t be confused with people who are ONLY retarded.

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