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Messages - SredniVashtar

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: June 18, 2018, 04:01:26 AM »
A free people wouldn't use the term.  That's why it's an obvious red flag when someone does use it.  We do things for ourselves - as individuals, as a family, for our neighbors, community, as a nation, etc. 

Doing things on behalf of ''the people'', ''the masses'', is Marxist ideology - with a small group of people within the Party holding all the power and making all the decisions for everyone - and you'd better do what they say or else.  Regardless of their claim, the decisions they make are for the benefit of The Party, not ''the people''.  Any observant person understands that about the countries seized by the Marxists.

This is the Holy Grail of stupidity.

Check out the preamble to your Constitution (the 'we, the people' bit), numbnuts. I didnt realise the Founding Fathers were so steeped in Marxist ideology.

You might want to have a word with your legal system too ('the people vs...').

You really are an unhinged, ignorant arse.


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Politics / Re: Your short attention span president
« on: June 17, 2018, 03:36:47 PM »
It really is amazing that other countries donít understand the Trump phenomenon. 

I think we understand it, we just can't quite believe it. To me he looks like a typical con man of the American school, in the manner of your preacher creatures.

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Actually today's modern passenger trains have already prepared for a situation involving a deceased passenger. They keep a box of super duty 50 gallon trash bags with extra strong wrap ties to seal the body's decomposing odors while chilling down the corpse in what looks like a freezer on it's side near the end of the train. It is not uncommon for body fluids and gasses to escape and spreading to adjoining cars. Emergency gas masks are available from train personnel if necessary.

There's also the problem of how to distinguish a live Senda from a dead one. Neither of them move all that much and the smell would be about the same.

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Perhaps Senda solved his accommodation problem by spending the night in the Pasadena ER? He just consumed a bacterial time-bomb, so he must have been shitting like a fireman's hose last night.

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Plus he's just a piece of meat to the Pasadena boys.   Any hospital within 50 miles of Martinez probably has some
ER Doc's that want a little pay back, late night down in the morgue when no one is about.............



You remind me of Kill Bill when she's in a coma.

I expect that doctor he's trying to sue for getting his sight back wants a piece of Senda.

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If he dies on the train, where do you think the body would wind up?  Not like the conductor can get him out to a bench on some deserted train platform. They donít burn coal anymore either.

You'd need to slice him up quite small to get him in the furnace too. I'd open a door in the guard's van and just throw him out and hope nobody was looking. And then pretend ignorance of the Tunguska-sized crater the next day.

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When you think about it, stroking out in a hotel room in Pasadena is probably the best way for Senda to go. At least they'd know what to do with the body. Better that than having your balls chewed off by the stray cats you abducted from outside your hovel.

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i do feel for the poor, nameless, individual that had to put the room back in order after George checked out. 

Fleas, demolished toilet and..."That poor maid was really hurtin',  cuz he wiped his butt with the shower curtain"

Just one? He probably left the cleaning equivalent of a five alarm fire behind him in there. I expect they had to call in back-up. I don't think ordinary cleaners are tough enough to deal with the devastation, you'd need Navy SEALS with flamethrowers. A mercy dash to the bathroom ended up with a brown Jackson Pollock over the walls. The carpet has become a festering jungle of fast food. The toilet a blasted ruin. They probably had to rename it 'The Aleppo Suite'.

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Did you notice that he had no sinus problems in the 3 hours of videos when in a clean hotel room?

I'm sure it was just a coincidence. He probably had the galloping shits though, which had nothing to do with inhaling a chiliburger the size of his head. That was a coincidence too.

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Without any direct information to say one way or another, is it the opinion of the "Fuck Senda with all manner of large and spiky implements' committee that he went to Pasadena but didn't go into the Alien Con rip off event?

When you add together transport, ticket and accommodation, that dysentery outbreak in human form just consumed the world's most expensive chiliburger. Fuck Senda with a tennis court (including umpire 's chair).

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Random Topics / Re: The Soccer thread
« on: June 17, 2018, 12:09:02 PM »
Germany needs to tighten up and get a pair of quick goals. Dam, Mexico looks very strong.
With the U.S. not in, I'm rooting for the European, (white) teams.
SV, any chance it's 1966 all over again?

Zero. They have good individual players but not enough to make a team. They can't keep the ball so  they get worn out by the latter stages. We don't have players like Moore, Charlton and Greaves any more, sadly. And we face a tough draw. I hope I'm wrong. Although we invented the game we are not that good at playing it.

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The thing for me is, even if people sent him the money to get a new one, or even if people sent him three new IPads, he is so accustomed to just begging for things whenever he needs them, that he is careless with everything, and drops them, and breaks them.  He doesn't even care about it because he goes on YouTube and begs untill some noob feels sorry for him.



Senda is the ultimate spoiled child. Given everything he wanted so never learned to value it. He's remained a soft pampered brat ever since.

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he is too proud to ask for help.

Oh that's hilarious. You must be new here. Post often.

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Not to mention that the guy in the vid looks like he might smell of cologne or after-shave.  He's just got that look about him.

You sound quite taken with him. Would you like an introduction? Perhaps you can borrow Senda 's room.

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He does have that one collared shirt, light blue, with the Spanish ruffles.

That some would say looks like a blouse.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: June 16, 2018, 04:58:17 PM »
Yeah that happened a lot.  Some guys were in it simply to help mankind, or they just weren't interested in capital gains. Wasn't Tesla much that way? 
I was looking at Davy's wiki pages.  He may have coined the term "laughing gas" while screwing around with Nitrous Oxide, and he commented on how it could be used for medicinal purposes though it would be several years before that actually happened.  Sounds like if he would have been around a half decade later, he could have cleaned up financially.

Yes, the laughing gas was at the Pneumatic Institute in Bristol. They were basically getting high, although they thought it had health benefits. He never put together that it could be an anaesthetic.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: June 16, 2018, 04:47:02 PM »
I don't think Davy even made money on it. He gave it away. Although I think George Stephenson invented something similar and there was a fuss about who invented it.

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My theory is he already on the way home.
If he isn't, that would be above and beyond a kind gesture, but how would you make Senda contact?

Be sure to mention BellGab and say 'MV sent me'. Then he'll know to trust you.

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And Senda will probably molest your rabbit, but you're probably into that, you filthy beast.

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Should I go and pick him up and offer my couch for the night?

If you want to throw it out the next morning, sure.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: June 16, 2018, 04:33:40 PM »
I think it was one of those stair step/begat things.  I could be wrong, as Brig might say, but I thought the closest thing was Davy's before the lamp and it stair stepped from there.  There are a bunch of fella in the lightbulb hall of fame.

Davy was Cornish, famous for its tin mines. The mines would have firedamp in them which caused explosions when exposed to a flame. The Davy Lamp had special mesh across it that prevented explosions. It was there to provide light to miners above all. He was an amazing figure and well worth looking into.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: June 16, 2018, 04:24:03 PM »
No, over the lightbulb thing.  Americans erroneously give credit to Edison, but Davy invented a bulb much earlier.  Edison got the patent.

You not getting mixed up with the Davy Lamp? He was a brilliant man but I'm not sure the bulb was his invention. There were patent squabbles over the lamp but not with Edison.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: June 16, 2018, 04:06:53 PM »
A waste of electrons disguised as a heating element?

No, I shine with health and vitamins. You obviously have the haggard, pallid look of a compulsive masturbator.

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That's the best case scenario at this point.

I was so hoping to see LMH confronted with Senda. He'd give her flashbacks to her cattle mutilation work. She might even check to see if he had a cored out anus.

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Well,  does Kindle Fire have email?

He brought his Kindle Fire, or maybe two or three of them.

Yes, and video.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: June 16, 2018, 03:55:47 PM »
  Do you think righteousness glows?

It certainly does in my case. I'm like a human light bulb.

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Well, in Senda's defense, the decor only matches Pasadena.

It's quite likely for that unholy arse to spend all that money, never see a damn thing, and come home again

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No, no NEVER!  I just wasn't convinced he was in Pasadena at the time.

I thought perhaps there were multiple Sheratons in Pasadena and I was being chided for my schoolboy error.

It looks like this disabled, penurious senior has stomped all over Pasadena and stayed in a hotel the idiot can't afford.

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allegedly yes, in Pasadena.  ::)

Did you just give me a rolleyes, madam?

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Well, if we knew what hotel he's in, I would say Yes, Thank You, but alas, we do not.

Wasn't it the Sheraton, allegedly?


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