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Random Topics / Re: Where is Swishy and GNBlows?
« on: Today at 12:08:47 PM »
Swishypants assured us that MV had sold BG to some outfit that wanted to turn it into a stock market information site or some such thing and that this all would take place by the middle of January.  He probably bailed out before yet another of his delusional claims proved to be unadulterated horse shit and we had a chance to rub his nose it. 

As we know, he’ll return again and again and we’ll have to put up with his using BellGab as his personal shit house wall for several months each time because management can’t tell the difference between a garden variety troll and a profoundly fucked up attention-craving degenerate who gets his rocks off by using the most insanely lude and violent language in reference to females.  Facilitating free speech is one thing, but enabling one to engage in an online masturbation session that offends readers and debases the forum is quite another. 

Adding the ignore option is certainly a plus but it does not prevent the unaware from stumbling over Sissypant’s verbal porn and forming an opinion of the forum and its participants on that basis.  I assume like all businesses BellGab is interested in attracting new people and maintaining the good will and active participation of its users.  It would therefore seem prudent to listen when advised by reasonable, tolerant and well intentioned persons that a poster has crossed the line (as Sissypants did repeatedly over a four month period) and if after fair warning he persists, to promptly ban him from posting.   


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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Yesterday at 08:05:48 AM »
I told you a year ago that the Obama Administration - knowing the requirements were considerably lower in obtaining FISO warrants - lied to federal judges in order to get them; in fact used them to spy on Trump, the Trump campaign, and the Trump transition team; illegally unmasked Trump and his associates; illegally spread it to various federal agencies; and illegally leaked information to the media.

There was no other way the information could have ended up with the Fake News Media. 

That an investigation showed this to be the case isn't a surprise, it would have been a surprise if it hadn't.  Regardless of who did the investigation and wrote the memo.  What, you thought the felons themselves - or their supporters - would write the memo?

What amazes me is that so called “progressives” that post here are in such denial about the fallacies and failures of leftest dogma and the deep rot that exists within their movement that is being brought to light more and more each day.   Even without recent revelations, some of the smarter ones figure it out by the time they are thirty or so but there are those who remain trapped in their conditioned state of stupification and aquiessence by their mindless adherence to the opinions and dictates of the sold-out MSM.  Others are obdurate fools who know full well that they have been propagandized and misled but can’t allow themselves to ackowledge it even to the point of rationalizing criminal behavior on the part their political elite.  One can only conclude that members of this group of loyal leftists are either stupid or dishonest or both.

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Politics / Re: #ReleaseTheMemo!
« on: January 20, 2018, 09:02:58 PM »
You really want me to watch the video because you think people should be aware of the content. OK, fine. What is wrong with just telling the audience why they should watch it? If you did you would get more people to watch what you want them to watch.

Do you think I should watch every fucking video everyone posts in this forum?


Here’s a summary for you: The choice of whether to comment on a link lies with the poster.  Most can tell from the title whether it interests them or not. Watch the vid or don’t watch it but don’t expect others to provide you with an executive summary you presumptuous asshole. 

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: January 20, 2018, 06:55:07 AM »
Boo hoo.  Part of the Federal Government is shutdown.  Thanks Democrats!!!  It is not like the National Parks are busy at this time of year anyway.  Let's keep this going until April 1.

The number of federal employees considered essential who will work during the shutdown should be considered as the baseline requirement for the federal workforce.   All positions considered nonessential should be reviewed for elimination/consolidation by a consortium of non governmental experts (industrial engineers, efficiency experts, etc,) applying the standards and best practices used in the commercial sector.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: January 18, 2018, 07:58:41 PM »
She had this story back in 2006 too. I'm sure there's a perfectly reasonable explanation as to why he'd be shagging a porn star just after his wife had given birth.

I would imagine that having just given birth his wife wasn’t up for a roll in the hay.  Sounds reasonable to me.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: January 18, 2018, 07:45:53 PM »
Honest non attack answer.

Like 90% of the Trump stories coming out of the MSM DemoKkKrat media in the last 18 months, we have MASSIVE headlines for a day or 2. Fake outrage from the MSM and their lemmings. (Fake because whatever the outrage is over was done by DemoKKKRats a hundred times and ignored). Then after a few days we find out the information is from “unknown sources”. Or has been “unconfirmed” by people who were there. And in the end, even if the “story” were true, it has no impact on the daily lives of Americans.

A few examples off the top of my head, I’ve lost count:

- Trump/Russia collusion - zero confirmation or evidence
- Shithole gate - zero confirmation
- The dossier - bought and paid for and fake
- Pornstar - zero confirmation
- Trump is in bad physical health - wrong, unconfirmed, pure speculation..
- Trump is in bad mental health - wrong, unconfirmed, pure speculation.
- Trump lied about wiretaps - the NYTimes confirmed the existence Jan 20th 2017.  As has the FBI.
- Day after the election, The stock market will crash. As we’ve seen there have been a record number of record closes. And now it’s kver 26,000 up almost 30% since the election.
- Trump’s Corporate tax cuts will not effect everyday working class. Wrong again, dozens of companies have given raises.
- Trumps Corporate tax cuts will not help economy: wrong again, Apple and other companies are bringing  trillions back to the United States to create jobs here.
- Trumps Tax cut won’t help anyone: wrong, 90% of Americans will benefit From it.
- A wall won’t work: wrong, just the presence of Trump has caused illegal immigration to drop by record numbers.

A better question: And one science should be studying.

How many fake headlines, wrong predictions, speculations with zero evidence or confirmation, have to happen to screw in the light bulb in a leftwing lemmings head?

Side note: You know what does affect people’s everyday lives:
- A Record number of under employed under Obama. 95 million people.
- 500% increases in medical premiums thanks to Obamacare.
- Losing your doctor, and insurance, not once,  or twice, or 3 times, how about 6 times since Obamacare was forced on the American people against their will.
- Dying because an illegal immigrant was allowed to stay because your sanctuary city wouldn’t deport him after a half dozen arrests
-  A stock market up 30% on someone’s retirement accounts.

Again,  honest question: How many fake headlines, wrong predictions, speculations with zero evidence or confirmation, have to happen to screw in the light bulb in a leftwing lemmings head?



Hey’s right ya know.

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Politics / Re: Political Trivia
« on: January 17, 2018, 10:31:50 PM »
Who sought the Republican nomination for President 9 times?

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: January 17, 2018, 06:16:41 PM »
Yeah, even his mom told him to take his pasty, white ass outdoors to get a little sunlight.

You are a racist asshole.

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Politics / Re: US Navy Japanese container ship collision
« on: January 16, 2018, 11:22:46 PM »
Wow.
https://news.usni.org/2018/01/16/former-fitzgerald-mccain-cos-face-negligent-homicide-dereliction-duty-charges-fatal-collisions
Former Fitzgerald, McCain COs Face Negligent Homicide, Dereliction of Duty Charges Over Fatal Collisions

All deaths are investigated by a formal board of investigation in compliance with the provisions of UCMJ Article 32 and the Manual of the Navy Judge Advocate General.   The UCMJ  defines criminal homicide in order of severity as murder,  manslaughter or negligent homicide. A report of the board of investigation containing the detailed findings and a charge sheet (as appropriate) would have been submitted to the Convening Authority for staff review and a decision by the CA to dispose of any charges by referral to a court martial, non judicial punishment or by dismissing the charges.  in this case the charges will definitely be referred to a general court martial for adjudication.  Of course the defendant is considered innocent until he is convicted of those charges or a lesser included offense.  This is standard procedure and the board’s findings and recommendations are not at all surprising given known circumstances.



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Politics / Re: US Navy Japanese container ship collision
« on: January 16, 2018, 08:41:48 PM »
How (or why) is it that we are forced to research this for ourselves?  Is there anyone or group conducting a study of this? (Of both US and Royal Navies?)  I have always wondered what eventually happened to the port and bases at Subic Bay after 2001.  I used to follow USN carrier group movements but found the sources unreliable.

What “research” are we being forced to do?   What does Subic Bay have to do with anything?

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Politics / Re: Hillary Clinton
« on: January 16, 2018, 06:53:06 PM »
I just awoke from a nightmare. It was 2082 and Hillary was running for president. She campaigned from a wheelchair shriveled like Stephen Hawking, and she spoke through a machine that used her 2016 voice complete with cackle.

Sounds like just another day at home in Chappaqua.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: January 16, 2018, 06:32:13 PM »
Hey, you voted for the narcissistic, thin skinned, racist, misogynist, sexually assaulting, cheating, money laundering cry baby...what does it say about you?  ???


No, no, no. I didn’t vote for Hilliary or Bill.   You’re confused again.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: January 16, 2018, 06:10:42 PM »

I listened to that. And? He said he didn't give Trump an in depth cognitive assessment. Is he a psychiatrist? I don't know if he is or he isn't. As for liver? Trump doesn't drink because his brother was an alcoholic. Which means he knows he has no self control. He's a self confessed neurotic germophobe, is prone to OCD, which means he isn't in full control of his behaviour..  ::)

Your hysterical speculations, interpretations and rationalizations are beyond pathetic—they’re just fucking silly.  Four years from now Trump will have been elected to a second term, Hilliary and her co-conspirators will have been convicted, Governor Moonbeam’s rapid transit project will have become another bridge to nowhere and you will you still be posting the same ridiculous shit.
 

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: January 16, 2018, 05:45:04 PM »
Silly boi.  Everyone knows the south is the armpit of the nation.


So that would make St. Louis the asshole, right?

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: January 16, 2018, 05:24:47 PM »


I demand that Pud, SV and PaulArtiedes undergo the same cognitive assessment that Trump did and post the results.  My money is on Trump by 3 lengths and I’m also betting Donald’s liver enzyme panel values puts theirs to shame. 

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: January 16, 2018, 12:45:08 PM »
But Hilliary my ass.  What I choose to regard as amusing rather than grossly hypocritical and intellectually dishonest on the part of leftists is their focus on Trump’s every deed, word and gesture while ignoring the already massive and growing evidence of corruption at the highest levels of Government during the Obama years.  While they are all up in arms about Trump using naughty words and apparently triggering the false alarm in Hawaii, they are not at all concerned about the gross abuse of power, accumulation of wealth by officials while in office and establishment of a favored class to whom the law does not apply.  Nary a one of the lefties regularly posting on these boards who are so vociferously and sanctimoniously suspicious and critical of Trump has acknowledged the mounting prima facie evidence of pervasive criminality on the part of Obama and his administration officials. 

I would ask all of you who choose to stand silent on the matter, or worse to justify it on the basis of what you see as Trump’s failings or poor character,  if you have as much concern that the rights of Americans were criminally subverted by the Obama regime as you do about allowing any and all foreigners to enter the U.S. and remain there indefinitely by virtue of local jurisdictions thumbing their noses at federal law.   How anyone can justify this is incomprehensible to me. 

Also, if we are on the brink of a nuclear war as some of you claim, it is not because of anything that Trump has said or done.  It’s because former presidents refused to effectively deal with N. Korea, Russia, and other totalitarian regimes when it would have been much less risky to do so. But you peace and love types just keep hiding behind your little finger and see how things turn out.  Your ignorance or naive disregard for what history has clearly taught us is both stunning and alarming. 

 

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: January 16, 2018, 11:27:44 AM »
He's trying to blend in. Advertising one's natural superiority might invite argument and unpleasantness.

Yup, if he displays the typical haughty Brit attitude one of the gang bangers out there may pull a gun ad stab him.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: January 16, 2018, 10:36:31 AM »
That's how the Italians say it, and that's good enough for me. I'm surprised you can say anything over there as the mouth of the average American is too busy having junk food crammed in it.

Do you still follow Markwiss of Queensbury Rules over there? 

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: January 16, 2018, 10:11:01 AM »
We only have his word for it. He's probably there illegally. If I had my way I'd make the whole lot of you illegal. Notice to quit! 14 days to pack your bags, then we release the hounds. Then we can start filling it with people that talk proper.

It’s true that Americans have introduced many refinements to the language that of course the Brit language luddites resent and resist but that is to be expected from those who would pronounce “pasta” with a short a as in Shasta.  The Italians who invented the fucking word pronounce it with a long a as in “casa” which should have been a big enough clue.  WTF?

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: January 16, 2018, 09:44:07 AM »
We are allowed to use the language how we like because it belongs to us, you merely borrow it (and we always feel like we have to run it under the tap when you've finished). Although Yorkie fled the country for more threadbare pastures he still has certain rights, the rights of every true-born Englishman, and among them is not to be corrected by some flaming Yank! He could have said 'hatstanded' or 'rhinocerised' instead of 'hoisted' and he would still be right.

Yeah, and that’s another thing.  How the hell did Yorkie get a visa.   I thought we were only going to accept Norwegians and super successful Asian entrepreneurs with money to spend.  WTF?


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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: January 16, 2018, 09:23:47 AM »
We are allowed to use the language how we like because it belongs to us, you merely borrow it (and we always feel like we have to run it under the tap when you've finished). Although Yorkie fled the country for more threadbare pastures he still has certain rights, the rights of every true-born Englishman, and among them is not to be corrected by some flaming Yank! He could have said 'hatstanded' or 'rhinocerised' instead of 'hoisted' and he would still be right.


What you limeys do with the King’s English is a scandal.  Shakespeare must be doing nip ups.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: January 16, 2018, 09:20:43 AM »
“The country is full of rumors, all sorts of rumors, about everything, all of them dangerous. Disruptive, I mean. People seem to do nothing but whisper. They don’t believe the newspapers, they don’t believe the best speakers, they believe every vicious, scare-mongering piece of gossip that comes floating around. There’s no confidence left, no faith, no order, no . . . no respect for authority. People . . . people seem to be on the verge of panic.”

Excerpt From
Atlas Shrugged
Ayn Rand
https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/atlas-shrugged/id357923151?mt=11
This material may be protected by copyright.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: January 16, 2018, 09:01:04 AM »
That you hang by your petard isn't unusual..

No, no, no.  One cannot be hung by one’s own petard.  A petard is is small explosive charge or bomb usually used for breaching.   One is hoisted by one’s own petard.  Or maybe you meant that he will blow himself up with his own rope. 





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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: January 15, 2018, 11:17:12 PM »
Sigh: Rewind...When Durbin reported it and the press approached the WH, they didn't deny it had been said. Various Republicans (including Ryan) were visibly shaken and uncomfortable when they were asked for comment, two Republicans said they 'couldn't recall (Amnesia is rife in the GOP, ask Sessions). Trump tweets on it (naturally) and the GOP/Trump autocracy machine goes into action, and we have 'couldn't recall' to 'He didn't say that'..But they don't say what he said.

 You simply wait for the 'official' version and then repeat what Trump tells you to say. Welcome to being the subject of Trump Inc.


But  Hillary.



 
Sigh: Rewind...When Durbin reported it and the press approached the WH, they didn't deny it had been said. Various Republicans (including Ryan) were visibly shaken and uncomfortable when they were asked for comment, two Republicans said they 'couldn't recall (Amnesia is rife in the GOP, ask Sessions). Trump tweets on it (naturally) and the GOP/Trump autocracy machine goes into action, and we have 'couldn't recall' to 'He didn't say that'..But they don't say what he said.

 You simply wait for the 'official' version and then repeat what Trump tells you to say. Welcome to being the subject of Trump Inc.

But  Hillary.


What is far far more pressing is Trump's comments about the ICBM false alarm from Hawaii. He simply said 'I love that they admitted responsibility'. What? He's the fucking POTUS and all he's worried about is that it might come and shit on his step. What a fucking POS.

But they are shit holes and that’s why people want to climb out of them and come to America.  I’m sure that this is something to which you closely relate having done so yourself. 

I have no problem with politicians telling it like it is during negotiations behind closed doors.  Traditionally this is where the sausage is made and participants should feel free to speak their minds in frank terms without fear of some little pissant tattletale like Durban running out the door and repeating naughty words used in the spirit of candor to the first gaggle of reporters he sees.  Mark my words, this breach of custom will come back to bite Dems in the ass like Harry Reed’s use of the nuclear option did.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: January 15, 2018, 09:31:58 PM »

Jesse Jackson praises Trump for service to black community.


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Politics / Re: Missing Submarine
« on: January 10, 2018, 10:39:40 PM »
http://m.nydailynews.com/news/crime/navy-sailor-pleads-guilty-pictures-nuclear-submarine-article-1.2652586

We know that the San Juan was on the surface for a while dealing with a battery/snorkel induction problem.  Who knows what sailors might do.  I was on a submarine tender in which a sailor drilled a hole in the hull of the ship so he could stream a wire hooked to his radio antenna to improve reception in a shop he worked in on the second deck.  After spending 26 years in the Navy I can tell you that no one has found a way to make all things sailor proof.  They are a very inventive lot

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Politics / Re: Missing Submarine
« on: January 10, 2018, 06:01:45 PM »
“As of December 2017, there are 74 commissioned ships in the Royal Navy. 20 of the commissioned vessels are major surface combatants (six guided missile destroyers, 13 frigates and one aircraft carrier) and 10 are nuclear-powered submarines (four ballistic missile submarines and six fleet submarines).”

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_active_Royal_Navy_ships


As always, Sissypants is full of shit. 

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Politics / Re: Missing Submarine
« on: January 10, 2018, 05:55:12 PM »

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Politics / Re: Missing Submarine
« on: January 10, 2018, 05:42:21 PM »
It would appear that the Brits have more than just patrol boats in the Falklands. 




https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Military_of_the_Falkland_Islands


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