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  • KatKat There's a lot to be said for nowhere.Posts: 4,067
    There's a trailer on IMDB.com...I haven't seen that one. I'll keep an eye out for it, thanks. :)

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  • rgambsrgambs Posts: 12,961
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  • gimmesometruth27gimmesometruth27 St. Fuckin LouisPosts: 17,072
    Breaking news....

    The currently elected president is an immature,  narcissistic, petulant, paranoid, spoiled, vindictive, tantrum throwing child.
    this news broke when he went down that escalator with Plastic Fantastic on his arm.
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  • jeffbrjeffbr SeattlePosts: 6,988
    Breaking news....

    The currently elected president is an immature,  narcissistic, petulant, paranoid, spoiled, vindictive, tantrum throwing child.
    this news broke when he went down that escalator with Plastic Fantastic on his arm.
    Plastic Fantastic - that's awesome. I'll add that to my rotating list of names for her. I mostly refer to her as Floozy FLOTUS or Melanomia Trump, but Plastic Fantasic is accurate.
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  • jeffbrjeffbr SeattlePosts: 6,988
    rgambs said:
    Many of the comments were bewildering. There were comments challenging the notion that Trump lies. People asking for even a single example of a Trump lie! The denial is strong with those TrumpHumpers. Or maybe it's cognitive dissonance. 
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  • Ledbetterman10Ledbetterman10 Posts: 13,018
    rgambs said:
    Typical response around here but I found the article interesting. Though I didn’t bring myself to do it, I myself considered attending a Trump rally in 2016 as a sort of sociological experiment. Just to see what the vibe was. Is everyone just brainwashed and think he’s all-knowing? Do they laugh when he says ridiculous bullshit? What are the demographics of the attendees? What type of live performer (because it’s all performance art anyway) is Trump and how is he pulling this off? All worthwhile questions to ask. 

    Or you can skip trying to understand the phenomenon and just dismiss them all as racist hillbillies. That’s worked real well over the past four years. 
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  • mrussel1mrussel1 Posts: 17,191
    rgambs said:
    Typical response around here but I found the article interesting. Though I didn’t bring myself to do it, I myself considered attending a Trump rally in 2016 as a sort of sociological experiment. Just to see what the vibe was. Is everyone just brainwashed and think he’s all-knowing? Do they laugh when he says ridiculous bullshit? What are the demographics of the attendees? What type of live performer (because it’s all performance art anyway) is Trump and how is he pulling this off? All worthwhile questions to ask. 

    Or you can skip trying to understand the phenomenon and just dismiss them all as racist hillbillies. That’s worked real well over the past four years. 
    I read it and found it mildly interesting but much too long.  Regardless,  the conclusion is completely flawed.  She's sure the Democrats will be trounced whoever they put up after spending four hours with the most die hard Trump supporters? If she went to a Bernie rally,  would the conclusion be any different but for Bernie?  She thought she was in a liberal bubble but she simply relocated to a different one. 
  • Ledbetterman10Ledbetterman10 Posts: 13,018
    edited February 15
    mrussel1 said:
    rgambs said:
    Typical response around here but I found the article interesting. Though I didn’t bring myself to do it, I myself considered attending a Trump rally in 2016 as a sort of sociological experiment. Just to see what the vibe was. Is everyone just brainwashed and think he’s all-knowing? Do they laugh when he says ridiculous bullshit? What are the demographics of the attendees? What type of live performer (because it’s all performance art anyway) is Trump and how is he pulling this off? All worthwhile questions to ask. 

    Or you can skip trying to understand the phenomenon and just dismiss them all as racist hillbillies. That’s worked real well over the past four years. 
    I read it and found it mildly interesting but much too long.  Regardless,  the conclusion is completely flawed.  She's sure the Democrats will be trounced whoever they put up after spending four hours with the most die hard Trump supporters? If she went to a Bernie rally,  would the conclusion be any different but for Bernie?  She thought she was in a liberal bubble but she simply relocated to a different one. 
    Yeah I agree. Very long, and you don’t need to attend a Trump rally to know how fucked the Dems are. Just watch them on TV. 
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  • mrussel1mrussel1 Posts: 17,191
    mrussel1 said:
    rgambs said:
    Typical response around here but I found the article interesting. Though I didn’t bring myself to do it, I myself considered attending a Trump rally in 2016 as a sort of sociological experiment. Just to see what the vibe was. Is everyone just brainwashed and think he’s all-knowing? Do they laugh when he says ridiculous bullshit? What are the demographics of the attendees? What type of live performer (because it’s all performance art anyway) is Trump and how is he pulling this off? All worthwhile questions to ask. 

    Or you can skip trying to understand the phenomenon and just dismiss them all as racist hillbillies. That’s worked real well over the past four years. 
    I read it and found it mildly interesting but much too long.  Regardless,  the conclusion is completely flawed.  She's sure the Democrats will be trounced whoever they put up after spending four hours with the most die hard Trump supporters? If she went to a Bernie rally,  would the conclusion be any different but for Bernie?  She thought she was in a liberal bubble but she simply relocated to a different one. 
    Yeah I agree. Very long, and you don’t need to attend a Trump rally to know how fucked the Dems are. Just watch them on TV. 
    Hardly.  This was the talking point in 16 with the Republicans.  They had no chance,  their candidates are terrible, etc. The media and by extension the heavy consumers of news over react constantly.  Let the party nominate and don't damage anyone too badly and the narrative will change again. 
  • Ledbetterman10Ledbetterman10 Posts: 13,018
    mrussel1 said:
    mrussel1 said:
    rgambs said:
    Typical response around here but I found the article interesting. Though I didn’t bring myself to do it, I myself considered attending a Trump rally in 2016 as a sort of sociological experiment. Just to see what the vibe was. Is everyone just brainwashed and think he’s all-knowing? Do they laugh when he says ridiculous bullshit? What are the demographics of the attendees? What type of live performer (because it’s all performance art anyway) is Trump and how is he pulling this off? All worthwhile questions to ask. 

    Or you can skip trying to understand the phenomenon and just dismiss them all as racist hillbillies. That’s worked real well over the past four years. 
    I read it and found it mildly interesting but much too long.  Regardless,  the conclusion is completely flawed.  She's sure the Democrats will be trounced whoever they put up after spending four hours with the most die hard Trump supporters? If she went to a Bernie rally,  would the conclusion be any different but for Bernie?  She thought she was in a liberal bubble but she simply relocated to a different one. 
    Yeah I agree. Very long, and you don’t need to attend a Trump rally to know how fucked the Dems are. Just watch them on TV. 
    Hardly.  This was the talking point in 16 with the Republicans.  They had no chance,  their candidates are terrible, etc. The media and by extension the heavy consumers of news over react constantly.  Let the party nominate and don't damage anyone too badly and the narrative will change again. 
    I’m not going by talking points or narratives. Just how I feel. I think the Dems have been constantly shooting themselves in the foot over the past four years, and as a political party, are way worse off now than they were then.  
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  • mrussel1mrussel1 Posts: 17,191
    mrussel1 said:
    mrussel1 said:
    rgambs said:
    Typical response around here but I found the article interesting. Though I didn’t bring myself to do it, I myself considered attending a Trump rally in 2016 as a sort of sociological experiment. Just to see what the vibe was. Is everyone just brainwashed and think he’s all-knowing? Do they laugh when he says ridiculous bullshit? What are the demographics of the attendees? What type of live performer (because it’s all performance art anyway) is Trump and how is he pulling this off? All worthwhile questions to ask. 

    Or you can skip trying to understand the phenomenon and just dismiss them all as racist hillbillies. That’s worked real well over the past four years. 
    I read it and found it mildly interesting but much too long.  Regardless,  the conclusion is completely flawed.  She's sure the Democrats will be trounced whoever they put up after spending four hours with the most die hard Trump supporters? If she went to a Bernie rally,  would the conclusion be any different but for Bernie?  She thought she was in a liberal bubble but she simply relocated to a different one. 
    Yeah I agree. Very long, and you don’t need to attend a Trump rally to know how fucked the Dems are. Just watch them on TV. 
    Hardly.  This was the talking point in 16 with the Republicans.  They had no chance,  their candidates are terrible, etc. The media and by extension the heavy consumers of news over react constantly.  Let the party nominate and don't damage anyone too badly and the narrative will change again. 
    I’m not going by talking points or narratives. Just how I feel. I think the Dems have been constantly shooting themselves in the foot over the past four years, and as a political party, are way worse off now than they were then.  
    This how one feels when there isn't a unifying leader.  
  • rgambsrgambs Posts: 12,961
    rgambs said:
    Typical response around here but I found the article interesting. Though I didn’t bring myself to do it, I myself considered attending a Trump rally in 2016 as a sort of sociological experiment. Just to see what the vibe was. Is everyone just brainwashed and think he’s all-knowing? Do they laugh when he says ridiculous bullshit? What are the demographics of the attendees? What type of live performer (because it’s all performance art anyway) is Trump and how is he pulling this off? All worthwhile questions to ask. 

    Or you can skip trying to understand the phenomenon and just dismiss them all as racist hillbillies. That’s worked real well over the past four years. 
    It starts out with a knitting enthusiast lamenting the cancel culture touching the biggest "knitting stars" on Instagram
    How is that not hilarious??? 
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  • Ledbetterman10Ledbetterman10 Posts: 13,018
    edited February 15
    rgambs said:
    rgambs said:
    Typical response around here but I found the article interesting. Though I didn’t bring myself to do it, I myself considered attending a Trump rally in 2016 as a sort of sociological experiment. Just to see what the vibe was. Is everyone just brainwashed and think he’s all-knowing? Do they laugh when he says ridiculous bullshit? What are the demographics of the attendees? What type of live performer (because it’s all performance art anyway) is Trump and how is he pulling this off? All worthwhile questions to ask. 

    Or you can skip trying to understand the phenomenon and just dismiss them all as racist hillbillies. That’s worked real well over the past four years. 
    It starts out with a knitting enthusiast lamenting the cancel culture touching the biggest "knitting stars" on Instagram
    How is that not hilarious??? 
    That was pretty hilarious. But the premise of crashing a Trump rally out of morbid curiosity does interest me because I’ve thought of doing it myself. Like studying an actual cult from the inside...without the possibility of being killed for it doing it.

    (Let me guess. There WOULD be a possibility of me being killed for doing it because they’re all gun toting nutjubs.)
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  • ikiTikiT USAPosts: 8,987
    I'm glad this fucker takes the weekends off. 

    Jesus Christ.
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  • rgambsrgambs Posts: 12,961
    rgambs said:
    rgambs said:
    Typical response around here but I found the article interesting. Though I didn’t bring myself to do it, I myself considered attending a Trump rally in 2016 as a sort of sociological experiment. Just to see what the vibe was. Is everyone just brainwashed and think he’s all-knowing? Do they laugh when he says ridiculous bullshit? What are the demographics of the attendees? What type of live performer (because it’s all performance art anyway) is Trump and how is he pulling this off? All worthwhile questions to ask. 

    Or you can skip trying to understand the phenomenon and just dismiss them all as racist hillbillies. That’s worked real well over the past four years. 
    It starts out with a knitting enthusiast lamenting the cancel culture touching the biggest "knitting stars" on Instagram
    How is that not hilarious??? 
    That was pretty hilarious. But the premise of crashing a Trump rally out of morbid curiosity does interest me because I’ve thought of doing it myself. Like studying an actual cult from the inside...without the possibility of being killed for it doing it.

    (Let me guess. There WOULD be a possibility of me being killed for doing it because they’re all gun toting nutjubs.)
    The even more hilarious part is that this supposed Democrat is seduced by the "rock show" vibe of the rally and falls in love with all the positivity.  As if his rants are just sunshine and rainbows articulated better than a grade schooler...
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  • Halifax2TheMaxHalifax2TheMax Posts: 23,648
    rgambs said:
    rgambs said:
    rgambs said:
    Typical response around here but I found the article interesting. Though I didn’t bring myself to do it, I myself considered attending a Trump rally in 2016 as a sort of sociological experiment. Just to see what the vibe was. Is everyone just brainwashed and think he’s all-knowing? Do they laugh when he says ridiculous bullshit? What are the demographics of the attendees? What type of live performer (because it’s all performance art anyway) is Trump and how is he pulling this off? All worthwhile questions to ask. 

    Or you can skip trying to understand the phenomenon and just dismiss them all as racist hillbillies. That’s worked real well over the past four years. 
    It starts out with a knitting enthusiast lamenting the cancel culture touching the biggest "knitting stars" on Instagram
    How is that not hilarious??? 
    That was pretty hilarious. But the premise of crashing a Trump rally out of morbid curiosity does interest me because I’ve thought of doing it myself. Like studying an actual cult from the inside...without the possibility of being killed for it doing it.

    (Let me guess. There WOULD be a possibility of me being killed for doing it because they’re all gun toting nutjubs.)
    The even more hilarious part is that this supposed Democrat is seduced by the "rock show" vibe of the rally and falls in love with all the positivity.  As if his rants are just sunshine and rainbows articulated better than a grade schooler...
    And he wondered what the “demographics” of the attendees are. Where has he been for the past three years? 
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  • Halifax2TheMaxHalifax2TheMax Posts: 23,648
    Get ready for people to be snatched off the street and disappeared. Could be your neighbor, coworker or friend. It’s happening folks. “Round ‘em up.”

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  • Ledbetterman10Ledbetterman10 Posts: 13,018
    rgambs said:
    rgambs said:
    rgambs said:
    Typical response around here but I found the article interesting. Though I didn’t bring myself to do it, I myself considered attending a Trump rally in 2016 as a sort of sociological experiment. Just to see what the vibe was. Is everyone just brainwashed and think he’s all-knowing? Do they laugh when he says ridiculous bullshit? What are the demographics of the attendees? What type of live performer (because it’s all performance art anyway) is Trump and how is he pulling this off? All worthwhile questions to ask. 

    Or you can skip trying to understand the phenomenon and just dismiss them all as racist hillbillies. That’s worked real well over the past four years. 
    It starts out with a knitting enthusiast lamenting the cancel culture touching the biggest "knitting stars" on Instagram
    How is that not hilarious??? 
    That was pretty hilarious. But the premise of crashing a Trump rally out of morbid curiosity does interest me because I’ve thought of doing it myself. Like studying an actual cult from the inside...without the possibility of being killed for it doing it.

    (Let me guess. There WOULD be a possibility of me being killed for doing it because they’re all gun toting nutjubs.)
    The even more hilarious part is that this supposed Democrat is seduced by the "rock show" vibe of the rally and falls in love with all the positivity.  As if his rants are just sunshine and rainbows articulated better than a grade schooler...
    And he wondered what the “demographics” of the attendees are. Where has he been for the past three years? 
    They only show the people standing behind Trump as he speaks. Who knows who else is in the crowd? 

    But who cares right? Just a bunch of deplorable hillbillies I guess. 
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  • Halifax2TheMaxHalifax2TheMax Posts: 23,648
    rgambs said:
    rgambs said:
    rgambs said:
    Typical response around here but I found the article interesting. Though I didn’t bring myself to do it, I myself considered attending a Trump rally in 2016 as a sort of sociological experiment. Just to see what the vibe was. Is everyone just brainwashed and think he’s all-knowing? Do they laugh when he says ridiculous bullshit? What are the demographics of the attendees? What type of live performer (because it’s all performance art anyway) is Trump and how is he pulling this off? All worthwhile questions to ask. 

    Or you can skip trying to understand the phenomenon and just dismiss them all as racist hillbillies. That’s worked real well over the past four years. 
    It starts out with a knitting enthusiast lamenting the cancel culture touching the biggest "knitting stars" on Instagram
    How is that not hilarious??? 
    That was pretty hilarious. But the premise of crashing a Trump rally out of morbid curiosity does interest me because I’ve thought of doing it myself. Like studying an actual cult from the inside...without the possibility of being killed for it doing it.

    (Let me guess. There WOULD be a possibility of me being killed for doing it because they’re all gun toting nutjubs.)
    The even more hilarious part is that this supposed Democrat is seduced by the "rock show" vibe of the rally and falls in love with all the positivity.  As if his rants are just sunshine and rainbows articulated better than a grade schooler...
    And he wondered what the “demographics” of the attendees are. Where has he been for the past three years? 
    They only show the people standing behind Trump as he speaks. Who knows who else is in the crowd? 

    But who cares right? Just a bunch of deplorable hillbillies I guess. 
    And the crowd gets panned and there’s footage of the line ups. I’m sure there are YouTube videos as well. Are you going to argue that it’s a cross representation of a diverse America? By all means, attend wearing your MAGA hat, to blend in, and report back. Maybe periscope it?
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  • Halifax2TheMaxHalifax2TheMax Posts: 23,648
    And yes, the attendees and supporters are deplorables. Hillbillies? Some, probably.
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  • Ledbetterman10Ledbetterman10 Posts: 13,018
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    rgambs said:
    rgambs said:
    rgambs said:
    Typical response around here but I found the article interesting. Though I didn’t bring myself to do it, I myself considered attending a Trump rally in 2016 as a sort of sociological experiment. Just to see what the vibe was. Is everyone just brainwashed and think he’s all-knowing? Do they laugh when he says ridiculous bullshit? What are the demographics of the attendees? What type of live performer (because it’s all performance art anyway) is Trump and how is he pulling this off? All worthwhile questions to ask. 

    Or you can skip trying to understand the phenomenon and just dismiss them all as racist hillbillies. That’s worked real well over the past four years. 
    It starts out with a knitting enthusiast lamenting the cancel culture touching the biggest "knitting stars" on Instagram
    How is that not hilarious??? 
    That was pretty hilarious. But the premise of crashing a Trump rally out of morbid curiosity does interest me because I’ve thought of doing it myself. Like studying an actual cult from the inside...without the possibility of being killed for it doing it.

    (Let me guess. There WOULD be a possibility of me being killed for doing it because they’re all gun toting nutjubs.)
    The even more hilarious part is that this supposed Democrat is seduced by the "rock show" vibe of the rally and falls in love with all the positivity.  As if his rants are just sunshine and rainbows articulated better than a grade schooler...
    And he wondered what the “demographics” of the attendees are. Where has he been for the past three years? 
    They only show the people standing behind Trump as he speaks. Who knows who else is in the crowd? 

    But who cares right? Just a bunch of deplorable hillbillies I guess. 
    And the crowd gets panned and there’s footage of the line ups. I’m sure there are YouTube videos as well. Are you going to argue that it’s a cross representation of a diverse America? By all means, attend wearing your MAGA hat, to blend in, and report back. Maybe periscope it?
    I guess I haven’t seen as many Trump rallies as you so I haven’t seen those crowd shots. And I’m not going to argue that it’s a cross representation of America. I just don’t think they’re all deplorable. But we’ve had this conversation before so there’s no need to rehash. You think the deplorables caused the Trump presidency. I think smug liberals like yourself that look down your noses at said deplorables caused them to cause Trump. 



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  • gimmesometruth27gimmesometruth27 St. Fuckin LouisPosts: 17,072
    rgambs said:
    rgambs said:
    Typical response around here but I found the article interesting. Though I didn’t bring myself to do it, I myself considered attending a Trump rally in 2016 as a sort of sociological experiment. Just to see what the vibe was. Is everyone just brainwashed and think he’s all-knowing? Do they laugh when he says ridiculous bullshit? What are the demographics of the attendees? What type of live performer (because it’s all performance art anyway) is Trump and how is he pulling this off? All worthwhile questions to ask. 

    Or you can skip trying to understand the phenomenon and just dismiss them all as racist hillbillies. That’s worked real well over the past four years. 
    It starts out with a knitting enthusiast lamenting the cancel culture touching the biggest "knitting stars" on Instagram
    How is that not hilarious??? 
    how the fuck does a knitting star get canceled? do they quote hitler as they knit?
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  • gimmesometruth27gimmesometruth27 St. Fuckin LouisPosts: 17,072
    rgambs said:
    rgambs said:
    rgambs said:
    Typical response around here but I found the article interesting. Though I didn’t bring myself to do it, I myself considered attending a Trump rally in 2016 as a sort of sociological experiment. Just to see what the vibe was. Is everyone just brainwashed and think he’s all-knowing? Do they laugh when he says ridiculous bullshit? What are the demographics of the attendees? What type of live performer (because it’s all performance art anyway) is Trump and how is he pulling this off? All worthwhile questions to ask. 

    Or you can skip trying to understand the phenomenon and just dismiss them all as racist hillbillies. That’s worked real well over the past four years. 
    It starts out with a knitting enthusiast lamenting the cancel culture touching the biggest "knitting stars" on Instagram
    How is that not hilarious??? 
    That was pretty hilarious. But the premise of crashing a Trump rally out of morbid curiosity does interest me because I’ve thought of doing it myself. Like studying an actual cult from the inside...without the possibility of being killed for it doing it.

    (Let me guess. There WOULD be a possibility of me being killed for doing it because they’re all gun toting nutjubs.)
    The even more hilarious part is that this supposed Democrat is seduced by the "rock show" vibe of the rally and falls in love with all the positivity.  As if his rants are just sunshine and rainbows articulated better than a grade schooler...
    And he wondered what the “demographics” of the attendees are. Where has he been for the past three years? 
    i can answer that one for the author.

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  • rgambsrgambs Posts: 12,961
    rgambs said:
    rgambs said:
    rgambs said:
    Typical response around here but I found the article interesting. Though I didn’t bring myself to do it, I myself considered attending a Trump rally in 2016 as a sort of sociological experiment. Just to see what the vibe was. Is everyone just brainwashed and think he’s all-knowing? Do they laugh when he says ridiculous bullshit? What are the demographics of the attendees? What type of live performer (because it’s all performance art anyway) is Trump and how is he pulling this off? All worthwhile questions to ask. 

    Or you can skip trying to understand the phenomenon and just dismiss them all as racist hillbillies. That’s worked real well over the past four years. 
    It starts out with a knitting enthusiast lamenting the cancel culture touching the biggest "knitting stars" on Instagram
    How is that not hilarious??? 
    That was pretty hilarious. But the premise of crashing a Trump rally out of morbid curiosity does interest me because I’ve thought of doing it myself. Like studying an actual cult from the inside...without the possibility of being killed for it doing it.

    (Let me guess. There WOULD be a possibility of me being killed for doing it because they’re all gun toting nutjubs.)
    The even more hilarious part is that this supposed Democrat is seduced by the "rock show" vibe of the rally and falls in love with all the positivity.  As if his rants are just sunshine and rainbows articulated better than a grade schooler...
    And he wondered what the “demographics” of the attendees are. Where has he been for the past three years? 
    i can answer that one for the author.

    fat, white, broke, and stupid.
    Well, they aren't all broke lol

    The average BMI though...it's pretty high from what I've seen.  Welcome to 'Merica!
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  • Halifax2TheMaxHalifax2TheMax Posts: 23,648
    rgambs said:
    rgambs said:
    rgambs said:
    Typical response around here but I found the article interesting. Though I didn’t bring myself to do it, I myself considered attending a Trump rally in 2016 as a sort of sociological experiment. Just to see what the vibe was. Is everyone just brainwashed and think he’s all-knowing? Do they laugh when he says ridiculous bullshit? What are the demographics of the attendees? What type of live performer (because it’s all performance art anyway) is Trump and how is he pulling this off? All worthwhile questions to ask. 

    Or you can skip trying to understand the phenomenon and just dismiss them all as racist hillbillies. That’s worked real well over the past four years. 
    It starts out with a knitting enthusiast lamenting the cancel culture touching the biggest "knitting stars" on Instagram
    How is that not hilarious??? 
    That was pretty hilarious. But the premise of crashing a Trump rally out of morbid curiosity does interest me because I’ve thought of doing it myself. Like studying an actual cult from the inside...without the possibility of being killed for it doing it.

    (Let me guess. There WOULD be a possibility of me being killed for doing it because they’re all gun toting nutjubs.)
    The even more hilarious part is that this supposed Democrat is seduced by the "rock show" vibe of the rally and falls in love with all the positivity.  As if his rants are just sunshine and rainbows articulated better than a grade schooler...
    And he wondered what the “demographics” of the attendees are. Where has he been for the past three years? 
    They only show the people standing behind Trump as he speaks. Who knows who else is in the crowd? 

    But who cares right? Just a bunch of deplorable hillbillies I guess. 
    And the crowd gets panned and there’s footage of the line ups. I’m sure there are YouTube videos as well. Are you going to argue that it’s a cross representation of a diverse America? By all means, attend wearing your MAGA hat, to blend in, and report back. Maybe periscope it?
    I guess I haven’t seen as many Trump rallies as you so I haven’t seen those crowd shots. And I’m not going to argue that it’s a cross representation of America. I just don’t think they’re all deplorable. But we’ve had this conversation before so there’s no need to rehash. You think the deplorables caused the Trump presidency. I think smug liberals like yourself that look down your noses at said deplorables caused them to cause Trump. 



    No, Putin on the ritz caused Team Trump Treason because of some of those attributes gimmie listed and pissed off berniebrosises who thought they’d stick it to the man. I don’t need to look down my nose at them for them to be deplorables, they just are, whether I look down my nose at them or not.
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  • BentleyspopBentleyspop Craft Beer Brewery, ColoradoPosts: 7,442
    rgambs said:
    rgambs said:
    rgambs said:
    rgambs said:
    Typical response around here but I found the article interesting. Though I didn’t bring myself to do it, I myself considered attending a Trump rally in 2016 as a sort of sociological experiment. Just to see what the vibe was. Is everyone just brainwashed and think he’s all-knowing? Do they laugh when he says ridiculous bullshit? What are the demographics of the attendees? What type of live performer (because it’s all performance art anyway) is Trump and how is he pulling this off? All worthwhile questions to ask. 

    Or you can skip trying to understand the phenomenon and just dismiss them all as racist hillbillies. That’s worked real well over the past four years. 
    It starts out with a knitting enthusiast lamenting the cancel culture touching the biggest "knitting stars" on Instagram
    How is that not hilarious??? 
    That was pretty hilarious. But the premise of crashing a Trump rally out of morbid curiosity does interest me because I’ve thought of doing it myself. Like studying an actual cult from the inside...without the possibility of being killed for it doing it.

    (Let me guess. There WOULD be a possibility of me being killed for doing it because they’re all gun toting nutjubs.)
    The even more hilarious part is that this supposed Democrat is seduced by the "rock show" vibe of the rally and falls in love with all the positivity.  As if his rants are just sunshine and rainbows articulated better than a grade schooler...
    And he wondered what the “demographics” of the attendees are. Where has he been for the past three years? 
    i can answer that one for the author.

    fat, white, broke, and stupid.
    Well, they aren't all broke lol

    The average BMI though...it's pretty high from what I've seen.  Welcome to 'Merica!
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  • RoleModelsinBlood31RoleModelsinBlood31 Austin TXPosts: 5,510
    https://mobile.twitter.com/scottpresler/status/1228061103344713728

    Almost 1M views, let’s keep it up.  The left doesn’t care about people, don’t believe the lies.  Caring about people happens with action, not words.  Clean up homeless camps and give them a safe healthy alternative.  Legalizing drugs and eliminating laws is an awful stance to take and it turns our backs on our fellow Americans who need help. Clean up our liberal led cities, they’re a disgusting eyesore in an amazing country of prosperity and opportunity.
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  • Jearlpam0925Jearlpam0925 Deep South PhillyPosts: 12,071
    https://mobile.twitter.com/scottpresler/status/1228061103344713728

    Almost 1M views, let’s keep it up.  The left doesn’t care about people, don’t believe the lies.  Caring about people happens with action, not words.  Clean up homeless camps and give them a safe healthy alternative.  Legalizing drugs and eliminating laws is an awful stance to take and it turns our backs on our fellow Americans who need help. Clean up our liberal led cities, they’re a disgusting eyesore in an amazing country of prosperity and opportunity.
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  • RoleModelsinBlood31RoleModelsinBlood31 Austin TXPosts: 5,510
    rgambs said:
    rgambs said:
    rgambs said:
    Typical response around here but I found the article interesting. Though I didn’t bring myself to do it, I myself considered attending a Trump rally in 2016 as a sort of sociological experiment. Just to see what the vibe was. Is everyone just brainwashed and think he’s all-knowing? Do they laugh when he says ridiculous bullshit? What are the demographics of the attendees? What type of live performer (because it’s all performance art anyway) is Trump and how is he pulling this off? All worthwhile questions to ask. 

    Or you can skip trying to understand the phenomenon and just dismiss them all as racist hillbillies. That’s worked real well over the past four years. 
    It starts out with a knitting enthusiast lamenting the cancel culture touching the biggest "knitting stars" on Instagram
    How is that not hilarious??? 
    That was pretty hilarious. But the premise of crashing a Trump rally out of morbid curiosity does interest me because I’ve thought of doing it myself. Like studying an actual cult from the inside...without the possibility of being killed for it doing it.

    (Let me guess. There WOULD be a possibility of me being killed for doing it because they’re all gun toting nutjubs.)
    The even more hilarious part is that this supposed Democrat is seduced by the "rock show" vibe of the rally and falls in love with all the positivity.  As if his rants are just sunshine and rainbows articulated better than a grade schooler...
    And he wondered what the “demographics” of the attendees are. Where has he been for the past three years? 
    They only show the people standing behind Trump as he speaks. Who knows who else is in the crowd? 

    But who cares right? Just a bunch of deplorable hillbillies I guess. 
    And the crowd gets panned and there’s footage of the line ups. I’m sure there are YouTube videos as well. Are you going to argue that it’s a cross representation of a diverse America? By all means, attend wearing your MAGA hat, to blend in, and report back. Maybe periscope it?
    I guess I haven’t seen as many Trump rallies as you so I haven’t seen those crowd shots. And I’m not going to argue that it’s a cross representation of America. I just don’t think they’re all deplorable. But we’ve had this conversation before so there’s no need to rehash. You think the deplorables caused the Trump presidency. I think smug liberals like yourself that look down your noses at said deplorables caused them to cause Trump. 



    You hit the nail on the head with myself and a lot of my friends.  We all voted liberal and were Dems for many elections prior to 2016.  The hate spewed by the left as well as the constant negativity and insults caused myself and many others I’ve met to vote for the other side.  One particular angry cocky individual on another forum I use regularly personally caused me to cast a vote for trump/repubs for the first time in my life.  We are all much happier and although we don’t all like Trump’s personna/tweets and his behavior, it’s obvious he’s in it for the country, is persistent in his approach, and is fixing things for minority groups and those who were talked at in the past but never actually helped.
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