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  • dignin said:
    Tiki said:
    I feel bad for all those people that worked so hard for that.   Sandy Hook came so close to some kind of change there too.  I don't think anything will get done there with these Republicans who are only focused on the agenda they've been waiting for those eight years while Obama was in office.  Hopefully with the Democrats taking the House, that will change.   There are going to be a lot of pissed off Republican baby boomers not liking this blue wave.  Prepare for the backlash, y'all.  Its like a civil war.
    Yep - no longer a civil war but going to be a culture/class war.

    And like everything in this world - they're fucked up by Boomers. They need to hurry up and die.
    Twisted...


    We're all gonna die that's for certain. Just hopefully some quicker than others.
    What a profound statement.  Wishing a certain generation death is just silly. But it shouldn't surprise me.
    Ha! Just the other day you were threatening to kill a cop because he ran over a deer.
    Are they endangered?
    I never threatened anyone, the fact that cop intentionally ran over an injured fawn purposelly and continued to do so even after the fawn was crying.  I said the cop deserves the DP.  
    Again, are they endangered? If not, and it’s in pain, is killing wrong? As hard as it may be?

    The methodology left much to be desired. 
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  • Halifax2TheMaxHalifax2TheMax Posts: 19,508
    dignin said:
    Tiki said:
    I feel bad for all those people that worked so hard for that.   Sandy Hook came so close to some kind of change there too.  I don't think anything will get done there with these Republicans who are only focused on the agenda they've been waiting for those eight years while Obama was in office.  Hopefully with the Democrats taking the House, that will change.   There are going to be a lot of pissed off Republican baby boomers not liking this blue wave.  Prepare for the backlash, y'all.  Its like a civil war.
    Yep - no longer a civil war but going to be a culture/class war.

    And like everything in this world - they're fucked up by Boomers. They need to hurry up and die.
    Twisted...


    We're all gonna die that's for certain. Just hopefully some quicker than others.
    What a profound statement.  Wishing a certain generation death is just silly. But it shouldn't surprise me.
    Ha! Just the other day you were threatening to kill a cop because he ran over a deer.
    Are they endangered?
    I never threatened anyone, the fact that cop intentionally ran over an injured fawn purposelly and continued to do so even after the fawn was crying.  I said the cop deserves the DP.  
    Again, are they endangered? If not, and it’s in pain, is killing wrong? As hard as it may be?

    The methodology left much to be desired. 
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  • SmellymanSmellyman AsiaPosts: 3,637
    dignin said:
    Tiki said:
    I feel bad for all those people that worked so hard for that.   Sandy Hook came so close to some kind of change there too.  I don't think anything will get done there with these Republicans who are only focused on the agenda they've been waiting for those eight years while Obama was in office.  Hopefully with the Democrats taking the House, that will change.   There are going to be a lot of pissed off Republican baby boomers not liking this blue wave.  Prepare for the backlash, y'all.  Its like a civil war.
    Yep - no longer a civil war but going to be a culture/class war.

    And like everything in this world - they're fucked up by Boomers. They need to hurry up and die.
    Twisted...


    We're all gonna die that's for certain. Just hopefully some quicker than others.
    What a profound statement.  Wishing a certain generation death is just silly. But it shouldn't surprise me.
    Ha! Just the other day you were threatening to kill a cop because he ran over a deer.
    Are they endangered?
    I never threatened anyone, the fact that cop intentionally ran over an injured fawn purposelly and continued to do so even after the fawn was crying.  I said the cop deserves the DP.  
    Again, are they endangered? If not, and it’s in pain, is killing wrong? As hard as it may be?


  • Halifax2TheMaxHalifax2TheMax Posts: 19,508
    edited January 12
    Does Team Trump Treason come even close to having a theme song? Humoerdinkle 

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TLV4_xaYynY
    Post edited by Halifax2TheMax on
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  • Halifax2TheMaxHalifax2TheMax Posts: 19,508
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  • TikiTiki USAPosts: 6,806
    Does Team Trump Treason come even close to having a theme song? Humoerdinkle 

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TLV4_xaYynY

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  • CM189191CM189191 Minneapolis via ChicagoPosts: 4,445
    It's interesting the headline reads

    "FBI investigated how Trump's actions seemed to benefit Russia"

    When it could just as easily read

    "FBI investigated how Trump's actions are treasonous"

    I believe the Constitution is very specific on treason.
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  • Jearlpam0925Jearlpam0925 Deep South PhillyPosts: 11,472
    Fuckin' Boomers, man.
  • josevolutionjosevolution Posts: 20,829
    Tiki said:
    Does Team Trump Treason come even close to having a theme song? Humoerdinkle 

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TLV4_xaYynY

    It fits him so well , Midnight Oil in my top 5 favorite bands ..
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  • my2handsmy2hands Posts: 16,978
    For the record...

    Thanos is a punk, and he's going down!
  • tbergstbergs Posts: 5,642
    It's a hopeless situation...
  • TikiTiki USAPosts: 6,806
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  • mrussel1mrussel1 Posts: 11,395
    dignin said:
    Tiki said:
    I feel bad for all those people that worked so hard for that.   Sandy Hook came so close to some kind of change there too.  I don't think anything will get done there with these Republicans who are only focused on the agenda they've been waiting for those eight years while Obama was in office.  Hopefully with the Democrats taking the House, that will change.   There are going to be a lot of pissed off Republican baby boomers not liking this blue wave.  Prepare for the backlash, y'all.  Its like a civil war.
    Yep - no longer a civil war but going to be a culture/class war.

    And like everything in this world - they're fucked up by Boomers. They need to hurry up and die.
    Twisted...


    We're all gonna die that's for certain. Just hopefully some quicker than others.
    What a profound statement.  Wishing a certain generation death is just silly. But it shouldn't surprise me.
    Ha! Just the other day you were threatening to kill a cop because he ran over a deer.
    Are they endangered?
    I never threatened anyone, the fact that cop intentionally ran over an injured fawn purposelly and continued to do so even after the fawn was crying.  I said the cop deserves the DP.  
    Do not wish double penetration on anyone.  It's cruel and unusual punishment .
  • Meltdown99Meltdown99 None Of Your Business...Posts: 5,288
    With Government Shut Down, Citizens Forced To Interfere In Their Own Lives
    January 8th, 2019U.S.

    https://babylonbee.com/news/with-government-shut-down-citizens-forced-to-interfere-in-their-own-lives?fbclid=IwAR1210UQcsQ0erb2gHVsjd5LsZoIg5KuxYn7oo4P__U4gdIPCek2okGLaAw


    —With the government shutdown in effect, life has felt incomplete for many Americans. “Everything is just too easy—it’s boring,” said restaurant owner Gloria Morgan, “and I realized it’s because we’re missing an essential challenge in life: soulless bureaucrats posing arbitrary rules on us.”


     
    One of the primary functions of the government is to ignorantly muck around in the business of others, but the shutdown has hampered that. Thus citizens have been forced to try to fill that void themselves. “Today I just suddenly decided large sodas weren’t allowed,” said Morgan. “It was an annoying, pointless obstacle the whole day—it was like the government was still around.”

    “I arbitrarily decided I couldn’t use plastic bags in school lunches,” said Arlene Williams, mother of three. “It was really irritating to deal with. It really made me feel like there was still some bureaucrat out there not caring about me.”

    Not everyone found it easy to take the government’s place, though. “I tried imposing random rules on myself, but it wasn’t the same,” said business owner Patrick Stanley. “The problem is I understand my business too well, so a lot of the rules actually made sense. I really need someone with no understanding of my company or economics making these rules, or it just doesn't feel right.
  • vaggar99vaggar99 San Diego USAPosts: 3,078
    edited January 13
    With Government Shut Down, Citizens Forced To Interfere In Their Own Lives
    January 8th, 2019U.S.

    https://babylonbee.com/news/with-government-shut-down-citizens-forced-to-interfere-in-their-own-lives?fbclid=IwAR1210UQcsQ0erb2gHVsjd5LsZoIg5KuxYn7oo4P__U4gdIPCek2okGLaAw


    —With the government shutdown in effect, life has felt incomplete for many Americans. “Everything is just too easy—it’s boring,” said restaurant owner Gloria Morgan, “and I realized it’s because we’re missing an essential challenge in life: soulless bureaucrats posing arbitrary rules on us.”


     
    One of the primary functions of the government is to ignorantly muck around in the business of others, but the shutdown has hampered that. Thus citizens have been forced to try to fill that void themselves. “Today I just suddenly decided large sodas weren’t allowed,” said Morgan. “It was an annoying, pointless obstacle the whole day—it was like the government was still around.”

    “I arbitrarily decided I couldn’t use plastic bags in school lunches,” said Arlene Williams, mother of three. “It was really irritating to deal with. It really made me feel like there was still some bureaucrat out there not caring about me.”

    Not everyone found it easy to take the government’s place, though. “I tried imposing random rules on myself, but it wasn’t the same,” said business owner Patrick Stanley. “The problem is I understand my business too well, so a lot of the rules actually made sense. I really need someone with no understanding of my company or economics making these rules, or it just doesn't feel right.
    rubbish. you must also believe that Chipotle can hold themselves accountable for food safety?
    Post edited by vaggar99 on
  • cincybearcatcincybearcat Posts: 11,804
    Worst thing about the shutdown? Government not approving new craft beer and some craft beer not being able to move across state lines.

    End the shutdown now!
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  • Jearlpam0925Jearlpam0925 Deep South PhillyPosts: 11,472
    vaggar99 said:
    With Government Shut Down, Citizens Forced To Interfere In Their Own Lives
    January 8th, 2019U.S.

    https://babylonbee.com/news/with-government-shut-down-citizens-forced-to-interfere-in-their-own-lives?fbclid=IwAR1210UQcsQ0erb2gHVsjd5LsZoIg5KuxYn7oo4P__U4gdIPCek2okGLaAw


    —With the government shutdown in effect, life has felt incomplete for many Americans. “Everything is just too easy—it’s boring,” said restaurant owner Gloria Morgan, “and I realized it’s because we’re missing an essential challenge in life: soulless bureaucrats posing arbitrary rules on us.”


     
    One of the primary functions of the government is to ignorantly muck around in the business of others, but the shutdown has hampered that. Thus citizens have been forced to try to fill that void themselves. “Today I just suddenly decided large sodas weren’t allowed,” said Morgan. “It was an annoying, pointless obstacle the whole day—it was like the government was still around.”

    “I arbitrarily decided I couldn’t use plastic bags in school lunches,” said Arlene Williams, mother of three. “It was really irritating to deal with. It really made me feel like there was still some bureaucrat out there not caring about me.”

    Not everyone found it easy to take the government’s place, though. “I tried imposing random rules on myself, but it wasn’t the same,” said business owner Patrick Stanley. “The problem is I understand my business too well, so a lot of the rules actually made sense. I really need someone with no understanding of my company or economics making these rules, or it just doesn't feel right.
    rubbish. you must also believe that Chipotle can hold themselves accountable for food safety?
    This is a really bad, terribly unfunny, Onion article.
  • vaggar99vaggar99 San Diego USAPosts: 3,078
    vaggar99 said:
    With Government Shut Down, Citizens Forced To Interfere In Their Own Lives
    January 8th, 2019U.S.

    https://babylonbee.com/news/with-government-shut-down-citizens-forced-to-interfere-in-their-own-lives?fbclid=IwAR1210UQcsQ0erb2gHVsjd5LsZoIg5KuxYn7oo4P__U4gdIPCek2okGLaAw


    —With the government shutdown in effect, life has felt incomplete for many Americans. “Everything is just too easy—it’s boring,” said restaurant owner Gloria Morgan, “and I realized it’s because we’re missing an essential challenge in life: soulless bureaucrats posing arbitrary rules on us.”


     
    One of the primary functions of the government is to ignorantly muck around in the business of others, but the shutdown has hampered that. Thus citizens have been forced to try to fill that void themselves. “Today I just suddenly decided large sodas weren’t allowed,” said Morgan. “It was an annoying, pointless obstacle the whole day—it was like the government was still around.”

    “I arbitrarily decided I couldn’t use plastic bags in school lunches,” said Arlene Williams, mother of three. “It was really irritating to deal with. It really made me feel like there was still some bureaucrat out there not caring about me.”

    Not everyone found it easy to take the government’s place, though. “I tried imposing random rules on myself, but it wasn’t the same,” said business owner Patrick Stanley. “The problem is I understand my business too well, so a lot of the rules actually made sense. I really need someone with no understanding of my company or economics making these rules, or it just doesn't feel right.
    rubbish. you must also believe that Chipotle can hold themselves accountable for food safety?
    This is a really bad, terribly unfunny, Onion article.
    understood. cynical and lacking and empathy as well.
  • mrussel1mrussel1 Posts: 11,395
    I don't understand.  Flint Michigan did fine with no bureaucrats interfering.  It's a model of laissez-faire economics. 
  • vaggar99vaggar99 San Diego USAPosts: 3,078
    progress!

    Pelosi Says She Will Skip Trump and Negotiate Directly with Putin

    Photograph by J. Scott Applewhite / AP / Shutterstock

    WASHINGTON (The Borowitz Report)—In a bold gambit to end the government shutdown, the House Speaker, Nancy Pelosi, said on Saturday that she would bypass Donald J. Trump and negotiate directly with the Russian President, Vladimir Putin.

    “I owe it to the American people to bring this shutdown to the swiftest possible conclusion, and so I’m avoiding the middleman,” she said.

    Pelosi, who is scheduled to board a plane to Moscow Saturday night, said that she had not informed Trump of her plans to deal directly with Putin. “Whatever,” she said.

    In an official statement, Putin said that he welcomed Pelosi’s overture and shared her desire to end the shutdown. “At some point, I’d like to visit Yellowstone,” he said.

    Andy Borowitz is the New York Times best-selling author of “The 50 Funniest American Writers,” and a comedian who has written for The New Yorker since 1998. He writes the Borowitz Report, a satirical column on the news, for newyorker.com.

  • SmellymanSmellyman AsiaPosts: 3,637
    vaggar99 said:
    progress!

    Pelosi Says She Will Skip Trump and Negotiate Directly with Putin

    Photograph by J. Scott Applewhite / AP / Shutterstock

    WASHINGTON (The Borowitz Report)—In a bold gambit to end the government shutdown, the House Speaker, Nancy Pelosi, said on Saturday that she would bypass Donald J. Trump and negotiate directly with the Russian President, Vladimir Putin.

    “I owe it to the American people to bring this shutdown to the swiftest possible conclusion, and so I’m avoiding the middleman,” she said.

    Pelosi, who is scheduled to board a plane to Moscow Saturday night, said that she had not informed Trump of her plans to deal directly with Putin. “Whatever,” she said.

    In an official statement, Putin said that he welcomed Pelosi’s overture and shared her desire to end the shutdown. “At some point, I’d like to visit Yellowstone,” he said.

    Andy Borowitz is the New York Times best-selling author of “The 50 Funniest American Writers,” and a comedian who has written for The New Yorker since 1998. He writes the Borowitz Report, a satirical column on the news, for newyorker.com.

    =)
  • my2handsmy2hands Posts: 16,978
    mrussel1 said:
    dignin said:
    Tiki said:
    I feel bad for all those people that worked so hard for that.   Sandy Hook came so close to some kind of change there too.  I don't think anything will get done there with these Republicans who are only focused on the agenda they've been waiting for those eight years while Obama was in office.  Hopefully with the Democrats taking the House, that will change.   There are going to be a lot of pissed off Republican baby boomers not liking this blue wave.  Prepare for the backlash, y'all.  Its like a civil war.
    Yep - no longer a civil war but going to be a culture/class war.

    And like everything in this world - they're fucked up by Boomers. They need to hurry up and die.
    Twisted...


    We're all gonna die that's for certain. Just hopefully some quicker than others.
    What a profound statement.  Wishing a certain generation death is just silly. But it shouldn't surprise me.
    Ha! Just the other day you were threatening to kill a cop because he ran over a deer.
    Are they endangered?
    I never threatened anyone, the fact that cop intentionally ran over an injured fawn purposelly and continued to do so even after the fawn was crying.  I said the cop deserves the DP.  
    Do not wish double penetration on anyone.  It's cruel and unusual punishment .
    I know a few people that would disagree with that... i'm just sayin lol
  • dignindignin Posts: 7,059

    Washington Post: Trump concealed details from meetings with Putin

    There are no detailed records of five personal meetings President Donald Trump has had with Russian President Vladimir Putin, The Washington Post reported Saturday, citing US officials.

    The reason being, Trump has gone to what the Post described as "extraordinary lengths" to keep the specifics of his conversations with his Russian counterpart under wraps.

    Current and former US officials told the paper that Trump's efforts include confiscating the notes from his interpreter and not allowing them to discuss the details of the meetings with other officials in his administration.

    The Post notes that this behavior by Trump is not usual per past presidential standards.


    https://www.cnn.com/2019/01/12/politics/trump-putin-meetings-no-records/index.html
  • josevolutionjosevolution Posts: 20,829
    dignin said:

    Washington Post: Trump concealed details from meetings with Putin

    There are no detailed records of five personal meetings President Donald Trump has had with Russian President Vladimir Putin, The Washington Post reported Saturday, citing US officials.

    The reason being, Trump has gone to what the Post described as "extraordinary lengths" to keep the specifics of his conversations with his Russian counterpart under wraps.

    Current and former US officials told the paper that Trump's efforts include confiscating the notes from his interpreter and not allowing them to discuss the details of the meetings with other officials in his administration.

    The Post notes that this behavior by Trump is not usual per past presidential standards.


    https://www.cnn.com/2019/01/12/politics/trump-putin-meetings-no-records/index.html
    Can the interpreter be subpoenaed or the notes ?
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  • CM189191CM189191 Minneapolis via ChicagoPosts: 4,445


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  • Gern BlanstenGern Blansten Your Mom'sPosts: 8,322
    All of this stuff is so bizarre.  I assume the FBI must not have found any direct evidence or we surely would have heard of it.  My guess is the collusion was more subtle and that Mueller will uncover it.
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  • mrussel1mrussel1 Posts: 11,395
    my2hands said:
    mrussel1 said:
    dignin said:
    Tiki said:
    I feel bad for all those people that worked so hard for that.   Sandy Hook came so close to some kind of change there too.  I don't think anything will get done there with these Republicans who are only focused on the agenda they've been waiting for those eight years while Obama was in office.  Hopefully with the Democrats taking the House, that will change.   There are going to be a lot of pissed off Republican baby boomers not liking this blue wave.  Prepare for the backlash, y'all.  Its like a civil war.
    Yep - no longer a civil war but going to be a culture/class war.

    And like everything in this world - they're fucked up by Boomers. They need to hurry up and die.
    Twisted...


    We're all gonna die that's for certain. Just hopefully some quicker than others.
    What a profound statement.  Wishing a certain generation death is just silly. But it shouldn't surprise me.
    Ha! Just the other day you were threatening to kill a cop because he ran over a deer.
    Are they endangered?
    I never threatened anyone, the fact that cop intentionally ran over an injured fawn purposelly and continued to do so even after the fawn was crying.  I said the cop deserves the DP.  
    Do not wish double penetration on anyone.  It's cruel and unusual punishment .
    I know a few people that would disagree with that... i'm just sayin lol
    You know some people that like to party.
  • mrussel1mrussel1 Posts: 11,395
    All of this stuff is so bizarre.  I assume the FBI must not have found any direct evidence or we surely would have heard of it.  My guess is the collusion was more subtle and that Mueller will uncover it.
    No, I don't think that was the case.  The FBI opened the investigation because of the Comey firing and then turned it over to Mueller.  They never "finished" the investigation.  That's my understanding of the order of events. 
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