Michelle Obama has had enough of your shit.

Prince Of DorknessPrince Of Dorkness Posts: 3,733
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You can all go home. Michelle won the internet today and it will be closed until further notice.
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  • STAYSEASTAYSEA Posts: 3,788
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  • You don't really think Barack is the last President Obama do you?

    :twisted:

    (honestly... if you had to sit next to a man who said the horrible things about your husband that John Boner has said about Michelle's husband, would you give a shit what he had to say?"
  • STAYSEASTAYSEA Posts: 3,788
    There is a reason I blocked you. I remember just now.
    NEVER mind.
    "Mother, should I run for president ?"

    Do you know the true definition of DORK anyway?

    Don't answer these questions. I'm not really asking.
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  • DubGDubG Posts: 115
    Haha John boner...well said sir
  • DubGDubG Posts: 115
    Haha John boner doesn't deserve time on these forums. Just sayin. I know I'm new to these things but boner? Really? True definition of a tool
  • STAYSEASTAYSEA Posts: 3,788
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  • you blocked me?

    Wow... I'm kinda flattered although... I'm sorry.. who are you?

    I thought you were new. :lol: :roll:
  • STAYSEASTAYSEA Posts: 3,788
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  • STAYSEA" said:
    Do you know the true definition of DORK anyway?
    Someone who has odd interests, and is often silly at times. A dork is also someone who can be themselves and not care what anyone thinks.

    http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=dork

    But it's been a nickname of mine for a long time. Back at a studio I worked for in the mid-00s, one of the model scouts forgot my name and - I'm guessing because I wear black and listen to mostly harder-edged music - called me "the Prince of Darkness."

    And while I can't remember how it morphed into Dorkness (I think it was my idea, honestly) and it's become a sort of calling card.
  • STAYSEASTAYSEA Posts: 3,788
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  • STAYSEA" said:

    Dork= Penis
    Really?

    WOW... I had no idea at all.

    Geez... and the irony that I make gay porn for a freaking living was like TOTALLY lost on everyone here. Boy... sure glad we had YOU and your brilliant deduction skills to help us all along.

    All this time I thought it was a kind of water fowl.

    Boy... is my face red.

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  • klusterfukklusterfuk Posts: 1,407
    i would have liked to seen her bitch-slap johnboy.
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  • STAYSEASTAYSEA Posts: 3,788
    Prince Of Dorkness" said:
    [quote="STAYSEA"]
    Dork= Penis
    Really?

    WOW... I had no idea at all.

    Geez... and the irony that I make gay porn for a freaking living was like TOTALLY lost on everyone here. Boy... sure glad we had YOU and your brilliant deduction skills to help us all along.

    All this time I thought it was a kind of water fowl.

    Boy... is my face red.

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    What Porno movies are you in? That is really special. You should share with us all. Girl on Girl?
    Wow, that's awesome. I'll share your movies. I'll make you famous. send a PM.
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  • STAYSEA" said:
    What Porno movies are you in?
    Like you haven't already Googled.
  • gimmesometruth27gimmesometruth27 St. Fuckin LouisPosts: 13,333
    if i were michelle i would have refused to sit next to boehner.

    fuck that guy.


    he has blocked obama's agenda at every turn, yet blames obama for not accomplishing what he said he would :fp:

    boehner said that jobs was going to be the number 1 priority of the last congress...how many jobs bills that that asshole allowed to be brought to the house floor again?? ZERO.

    the funny thing to me is the only job boehner has created the last 4 years was getting obama a second term. :lol: :lol:
    "There is nothing to writing. All you do is sit down at a typewriter and bleed."- Hemingway

    "i'm not here to start the fire. i am here to fan the flames..."

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  • Prince Of Dorkness" said:
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    You can all go home. Michelle won the internet today and it will be closed until further notice.

    So is Barrack leaning back and saying: "You know it's a weave?" And Michelle is reacting to it?
    The poison from the poison stream caught up to you five years ago and you floated out of here. Sept. 14, 08
  • JimmyVJimmyV BostonPosts: 6,937
    gimmesometruth27" said:


    the funny thing to me is the only job boehner has created the last 4 years was getting obama a second term. :lol: :lol:
    This is a great line. Well done.
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    "...I changed by not changing at all..."
  • unsungunsung Posts: 4,839
    Who really cares what Michelle Obama thinks?
  • unsungunsung Posts: 4,839
    FWIW, I don't care what boehner thinks either.
  • gimmesometruth27gimmesometruth27 St. Fuckin LouisPosts: 13,333
    unsung" said:
    Who really cares what Michelle Obama thinks?
    she is actually pretty influntial.
    "There is nothing to writing. All you do is sit down at a typewriter and bleed."- Hemingway

    "i'm not here to start the fire. i am here to fan the flames..."

    If you have never failed, you have never lived.
  • hedonisthedonist Posts: 5,489
    gimmesometruth27" said:
    [quote="unsung"]Who really cares what Michelle Obama thinks?
    she is actually pretty influntial.[/quote]
    I think she is for some, absolutely. For others like me, not so much. I just can't relate to her.

    Anyway, being lauded for a two-second eye-roll?

    Seems...childish.

    O-ho! Look at that!

    C'mon already.

    I would love to see some DC shit resolved, but it's not gonna happen with some of the mindsets out there.
    For every mistake, we must surely be learning.
  • unsungunsung Posts: 4,839
    I was somewhat thinking the same thing, how un-First Lady like. But then my thoughts reverted to my previous replies.
  • unsungunsung Posts: 4,839
    gimmesometruth27" said:
    [quote="unsung"]Who really cares what Michelle Obama thinks?
    she is actually pretty influntial.[/quote]


    Yep, when the headline on most media outlets for days is her new hairdo it's clear that most reporting is irrelevant.
  • Jason PJason P Posts: 11,170
    unsung" said:
    [quote="gimmesometruth27"][quote="unsung"]Who really cares what Michelle Obama thinks?
    she is actually pretty influntial.[/quote]


    Yep, when the headline on most media outlets for days is her new hairdo it's clear that most reporting is irrelevant.[/quote]
    I was amazed at how many media outlets and onlookers gathered yesterday to check out her new bangs.
  • brianluxbrianlux Moving through All Kinds of Terrain.Posts: 10,475
    Jason P" said:
    [quote="unsung"]


    Yep, when the headline on most media outlets for days is her new hairdo it's clear that most reporting is irrelevant.
    I was amazed at how many media outlets and onlookers gathered yesterday to check out her new bangs.[/quote]

    AHH! This supports my crazy theory of government. (Don't worry, it'll never happen.)

    My theory of government:

    As we do now, we have executive, judicial, and legislative branches of the government PLUS we have royalty.

    The legislative members are elected by the public.
    The judicial branch is elected by the legislative.
    The executive branch is comprised of a committee /commission (similar to the presidential committee and commission) of people elected by the legislative- no president.
    The King and Queen are elected by the people and have no real power- they just look good and play a cultural role in representing the people.

    Why a president? One person to make such big decisions? Why not just a good looking King and Queen and leave the leadership roles as outlined above? I've always thought this made sense but so far I'm a team of one. :lol:

    Adams Center, Missoula, MT 09/30/12
  • unsungunsung Posts: 4,839
    Plus with the President actually acting like a King naming him one is nothing but a mere formality.
  • hedonisthedonist Posts: 5,489
    brianlux" said:
    Why not just a good looking King and Queen and leave the leadership roles as outlined above? I've always thought this made sense but so far I'm a team of one. :lol:
    Howdy, lone team player :mrgreen:

    My view of goodlooking is probably different from others - not based solely on the physical, plus I have twisted tastes - but having those roles filled for the sole purpose of image (if I read that correctly)?

    Nuh UH!

    Give me substance over style any day.
    For every mistake, we must surely be learning.
  • Ugh.

    Ok... so honestly... I don't ACTUALLY think she was rolling her eyes at him. She's been in the public eye for years, the first black first lady in history... her every move and gesture is dissected and interpreted by the media. She has managed to make it thus far without being called out on anything other than the time Fox "news" asked if a fist-bump was a "terrorist fist jab."

    I really doubt that she would sit at the inauguration dinner next to John Boehner and give him some shade. She was probably reacting to something totally different.

    I just think it's funny.

    (and I honestly haven't been able to figure out how anyone could dislike someone who has two law degrees from Princeton and Harvard (only three first ladies have had those, Laura Bush and Hillary Clinton) and then gave up a very promising career as a lawyer so she could be a mother.

    And her main issue is trying to help children learn about healthy eating. I mean... she's my mom.

    I always figured she was like Laura Bush... even if you were against her husband's policies... it was hard to find anything to dislike about her.
  • brianluxbrianlux Moving through All Kinds of Terrain.Posts: 10,475
    hedonist" said:
    [quote="brianlux"]Why not just a good looking King and Queen and leave the leadership roles as outlined above? I've always thought this made sense but so far I'm a team of one. :lol:
    Howdy, lone team player :mrgreen:

    My view of goodlooking is probably different from others - not based solely on the physical, plus I have twisted tastes - [/quote]

    I'm with you on that one. A heck, I thought Joey Ramone was good looking in his own weird way.
    hedonist" said:

    but having those roles filled for the sole purpose of image (if I read that correctly)?

    Nuh UH!

    Give me substance over style any day.
    Note to self- stop posting before you're fully awake. You leave stuff out.

    Your right, Hedonist. By good "looking" I meant in a much larger sense. Those roles would not be based on physical looks alone. They would need to be filled with people who represent the best of who we are. They would need some kind of creative talent, be it poet, musician, artist etc. They would need to be generous and kind. They would need a good sense of humor and be insightful and intelligent. They might be a great craftsman or inventor or a Mother Teresa.

    Hedonist-- I think you've just been nominated. We just need a few more candidates and set an election date. :D

    Adams Center, Missoula, MT 09/30/12
  • hedonisthedonist Posts: 5,489
    brianlux" said:
    Your right, Hedonist. By good "looking" I meant in a much larger sense. Those roles would not be based on physical looks alone. They would need to be filled with people who represent the best of who we are. They would need some kind of creative talent, be it poet, musician, artist etc. They would need to be generous and kind. They would need a good sense of humor and be insightful and intelligent. They might be a great craftsman or inventor or a Mother Teresa.

    Hedonist-- I think you've just been nominated. We just need a few more candidates and set an election date. :D
    This is really kind of you to say, sir...thanks :) Although, on a much MUCH smaller scale, I've previously been asked to be on our condo's board - and again, nuh UH! Daily life can be stressful enough, which I'm sure you get. Fuck knows I don't need more drama, especially the fabricated or backtracking kind...which is sort of what politics, unfortunately these days and all over the place!, have come to represent to me.

    (ps...with ya on Joey. I love weird, in all - OK, in most - forms :mrgreen: )
    For every mistake, we must surely be learning.
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