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Politics / Re: Middle Kingdom- China news
« on: November 16, 2019, 12:29:30 AM »
(Is this some kind of weird photo-shop or does he really look that weird these days? That is a bizarre photo that seems to be some kind of fake but who knows?)

Here's his Yale bio, after they cleaned him up.  Plausible.

http://jackson.yale.edu/johnson-center-study-american-diplomacy/about-dr-kissinger/

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: November 16, 2019, 12:23:07 AM »

Arguing with you is always a race to the bottom.  You can't go for long without the symptoms of your psychosexual disorders manifesting in vile obscenity that always involves unnatural sex acts.  No one wants to enable an online weenie waiver.

My last several responses to you have been high-minded.  I tried to encourage a discussion and gave you no reason not to continue.   Sorry that I left you behind.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: November 16, 2019, 12:21:47 AM »

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: November 15, 2019, 11:03:52 PM »
"President" trump loses his cookies about lying.  He's damn mad about lying!  If somebody else does it...

"Trump lashed out after the conviction, tweeting angrily about the fact that "they" want to jail Stone "for many years to come" for lying and rattling off a long list of his political enemies whom he accuses of lying. Trump made no apparent distinction between lying to Congress, for which Stone was convicted, and lying in general. "

You can't make this stuff up!  We have a fuckin sociopath in the White House!

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: November 15, 2019, 10:55:50 PM »
Not as boring is your inane mutterings.

Is this you, arguing facts about the impeachment hearings?

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: November 15, 2019, 09:15:02 PM »
"Here’s the naked truth: Rep. Devin Nunes (R-Calif.) seems obsessed with nude photos of President Donald Trump ― and Twitter users are noticing.

Nunes, the ranking Republican on the House Intelligence Committee, at Friday’s impeachment hearing brought up the allegation that Democrats have been trying to get pics of the president in the buff:

    “When you find yourself on the phone, as Democrats did, with Russian pranksters offering nude photos of Trump, and afterward you order your staff to follow up and get the photos, as Democrats also did, then it might be time to ask yourself if you’ve gone out too far on a limb.”

The moment...marked the second time this week that Nunes mentioned the rumored nudies during the hearings. "

Ayep, Trump Dicksucking Syndrome (TDS) is more than a concept, it's a personal preference.

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Politics / Re: Roger Stone Perp Convicted
« on: November 15, 2019, 08:56:02 PM »
I wonder which muscular African American gentleman will be the first to get an up close and personal look at that Nixon tattoo in the shower.

What happens after he commits suicide?

Witness tampering and lying to Congress, you say?


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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: November 15, 2019, 08:13:15 PM »
"President Donald Trump's personal attorney Rudy Giuliani has hinted that he has "insurance" should the president abandon him amid House Democrats' impeachment investigation.

In an interview with The Guardian, the former New York mayor was asked whether he was nervous the president might decide to throw him under the bus.

The House is investigating claims Trump abused his office in waging a pressure campaign, in which Giuliani played a key role, for Ukraine to announce investigations meant to benefit Trump politically.

"I'm not, but I do have very, very good insurance, so if he does, all my hospital bills will be paid," Giuliani remarked in the article, published Thursday."

https://news.yahoo.com/rudy-giuliani-says-insurance-trump-105745447.html

Ayep, trump's attorney has the goods on him, even as his boot-licking sycophants in Congress claim there are no goods to be had.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: November 15, 2019, 07:59:11 PM »
Ha ha ha ha! (wipes tears from eyes) Hoo hee ha ha ha ha ha!!!

"Before she even spoke on Friday, President Donald Trump’s surrogates in Congress and conservative media expected Marie Yovanovitch to cry on command for the impeachment-hearing cameras.

But for over five hours, the 33-year veteran diplomat left no doubt why she was there and what she endured, even as the president himself weighed in on Twitter seeming to intimidate her as she sat in front of the congressional panel. [Ken Starr, amongst others, characterized trump's tweets as witness intimidation, and condemned Trump for his "quite injurious" move, saying "sometimes, we have to control our instincts."]

Rep. Brad Wenstrup, an Ohio Republican, asked Yovanovitch to affirm that presidents get to select their ambassadors. In perhaps the most powerful line of the hearing, Yovanovitch replied, “I obviously don’t dispute the president has the right to withdraw an ambassador at any time for any reason, but what I do wonder is why it was necessary to smear my reputation.”

Wenstrup quickly replied that wasn’t his question, pressed the sound on his mic off and sat back in his chair.

[Republican counsel for impeachment Steve] Castor also walked into a trap by asking if Trump might have been justified in feeling Ukraine was against him based on internet-borne comments. Yovanovitch, whom Trump had just disparaged in a tweet, icily replied, “Well, sometimes that happens on social media.” [OH SNAP!!]

[Rep. (R-UT) Chris] Stewart, who called impeachment “nonsense,” implied it was appropriate for Trump to seek a Ukrainian investigation of Burisma, the national-gas firm that put Joe Biden’s son on its board. Yovanovitch responded that “we have a process for that” that Trump did not follow, one involving communication between the Justice Department and its Ukrainian counterpart under a mutual legal-assistance treaty.

Similarly, when John Ratcliffe (R-TX) asked if it was a potential “conflict of interest” for Joe Biden to seek the firing of a corrupt Ukrainian prosecutor in 2016–a central Republican defense of Trump–Yovanovitch rejected his premise. “I actually don’t,” she said. “I think the view was that Mr. [Viktor] Shokin was not a good prosecutor-general fighting corruption. I don’t think it had to do with the Burisma case.”

The ultimate sabotage to the GOP’s attempt to treat Yovanovitch as an impeachment sideshow was committed by Trump himself. With a series of tweets slamming Yovanovitch as she testified, the president did plenty of work to make her appearance even more relevant to the impeachment inquiry. The ambassador—and Democratic lawmakers—said Trump’s broadside was intended to intimidate not only her but future impeachment witnesses. "

https://news.yahoo.com/republicans-thought-yovanovitch-pushover-she-222139504.html

Ayep, trump can't with within the due process of law that his 7 dwarves demanded, so he's breaking even more laws.  Sad!

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Politics / Re: Random Political Thoughts
« on: November 15, 2019, 05:45:23 PM »
"Pancho" for Alphonso

You seem to have trouble spelling the first names of Dems correctly.  Is it dyslexia, calculated disrespect, or just the fact that you're a hyperventilating, spastic retard?

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Random Topics / Re: The DPS Advice Thread
« on: November 15, 2019, 05:40:26 PM »
I've never met Jordan Peterson.

Anyone with a first name of "Jordon" or "Jackson" needs to be punched right in his 19th century beard.

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Politics / Re: Random Political Thoughts
« on: November 15, 2019, 05:37:04 PM »
As much as I am willing to believe that every Democrat-aligned apparatchik is a crack-smoking moron, it would seem to me that the idea that this "evidence" was planted deserves at least some consideration.

As a crack-smoking moron, I appreciate your ongoing commitment to thorough, impartial, and revealing investigations that will bring us closer to the truth, unless it's an impeachment inquiry about trump.

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Random Topics / Re: The DPS Advice Thread
« on: November 15, 2019, 05:25:24 PM »
How does a 5'6" manlet cope with his micropenis? Asking for a friend.

You're asking for Dr Dickless?  No shame in trying to help out a shut-in that can't care for himself.

I considered the candidates to describe his "little brother" [giggle]:

Micropenis
Nanopenis
Picopenis
Petapenis

Clearly the last is the most appropriate: pet-a-penis.  Adopting this form will surely help him with the grieving process.

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Random Topics / Re: I Need Airfare Help!!!!
« on: November 15, 2019, 05:19:03 PM »
I suggest we talk about him in future, rather than to him. Then he can stamp his little feet in rage while we're spared having to interact with that frightful cockroach.

His non-racism was recently manifested in suggesting that incompetent people should be hired over more able candidates if they happened to be white.

It's stunning to see how empty this place seems once you subtract his posts.  I think that about half of the traffic here is just him alone.  Him and his videos.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: November 15, 2019, 05:10:42 PM »
We’re back to the “it’s obstruction of justice” whenever Trump or Republicans defend themselves. Yawn. The communist Democrats media/party tried this with Kavanau and Mueller. Fail.

Um, no.  It can be considered as obstruction of justice if trump or those representing him don't defend him, or in some cases themselves.  Refusing to comply with subpoenas to testify is not "defending themselves" and they don't pretend otherwise.  trump is saying the impeachment investigation is unlawful (it isn't) and on that basis, he's refusing to participate in it. 

If, at some time in the future, it's determined that trump is doing this to impede the investigation, then it's JAIL TO THE CHIEF!  Do you think that trump will hang himself in prison?

Here's an idea: next time that you get subpoenaed to appear in court, write the judge that you think its a hoax and a witch hunt and that you aren't going to participate.

The Pubs were gnashing their teeth and rending their garments about how "due process" under the law was being thwarted by not holding public hearings, even though the impeachment inquiry is a political and not a legal process (as I previously took you MAHAers to school about here in this thread).

So now the Dems have shoved a pacifier in the Pubs squalling gubs by holding public hearings.  But trump isn't going to cooperate.  Now the Pubs are bawling that they're being forced to [ahem] follow due process by complying with subpoenas to testify. Won't someone change the poor little Pub's diapers?  It's so UNFAIRRRRR

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Random Topics / Re: The DPS Advice Thread
« on: November 15, 2019, 01:34:55 AM »
I was unaware that this was not just a regular discussion about different cultures... If it helps, I could say that she just called my cell crying and saying that her husband has decided to move back to he Philippines?


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Random Topics / Re: The DPS Advice Thread
« on: November 14, 2019, 11:55:15 PM »
Don't talk about WOTR like that.

I'm done with WOTR.  The whole episode was like one of those toy guns that shoots out a flag with the word BANG on it.

How about you, Sneezy?  My valuable advice is yours for the taking, as I am unburdened at the moment. 

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Random Topics / Re: The DPS Advice Thread
« on: November 14, 2019, 11:33:16 PM »
He is... I have met him, and he seems like a nice enough person. As you said- "full stop."

The least you could have done was made up an entertaining story about it when the truth is boring.  You had an audience!  Squandered opportunity, if you ask me.

I did that with the ladyboy thread and you should have SEEN how they swarmed over that.  Dr. Dickless had a stroke.  If you catch my drift.

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Random Topics / Re: I Need Airfare Help!!!!
« on: November 14, 2019, 06:24:53 PM »
I suggest we talk about him in future, rather than to him. Then he can stamp his little feet in rage while we're spared having to interact with that frightful cockroach.

His non-racism was recently manifested in suggesting that incompetent people should be hired over more able candidates if they happened to be white.

In the past, he's cast Filipinos as rapists and assassins, "lying bitches" who will gossip about you and stab you in the back.  Also, that they want to take over the USA and throw out decent white people to fend for themselves in a world slanted against whites.

Oh, and he's said that they don't want to spend any time around him.  That's a real puzzler.  I can't imagine why any Filipinos would decline the pleasure of his company.

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Random Topics / Re: I Need Airfare Help!!!!
« on: November 14, 2019, 05:03:41 PM »
Yes, I suppose it's silly to feed the troll.

Let me guess:

"I'm not a racist,

B U T

HATE HATE HATE HATE HATE HATE HATE HATE HATE HATE HATE HATE HATE HATE HATE HATE HATE HATE HATE HATE HATE HATE HATE HATE HATE HATE HATE HATE HATE HATE HATE HATE HATE HATE HATE HATE"

Is it any wonder that non-white people try him poorly?  Hell, even white people can't stand him.  Well, maybe the midget shutins will give him a pass.

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Random Topics / Re: I Need Airfare Help!!!!
« on: November 14, 2019, 04:48:22 PM »
Help! An anonymous keyboard midget is saying mean things to me!

Sounds like you're mixing it up with Dr Dicklessturd. I have him on ignore, so I don't see his posts anymore.

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Random Topics / Re: The DPS Advice Thread
« on: November 14, 2019, 04:45:13 PM »
,

You go in and win, WOTR. If you're not elbow-deep in her Asian snatch within 14 days you're not the man I take you for!

There's hate, and then there's envy.  That's when a white man in the twilight yearns to be young again, and takes it out on his betters.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: November 14, 2019, 04:29:14 PM »
At this point you almost have to pity the communist Democrat and compulsive liar Adam Schiff. Yesterday was the equivalent of being caught in the west wing with your pants around your ankles. Only instead of blow jobs, cigars, and perjury that lead to Democrat Bill Clinton’s impeachment and disbarring, we have Schiff on his hands and knees about to be turned inside out by Nancy.

When you thought it wasn’t possible to produce less evidence than the Mueller russian collusion hoax...The Adam Schiff impeachment inquiry: “hold my beer”.

Yes yes we know.  The trumpanzees think that the hearings are boring.  They're a farce. All the Dems humiliated themselves.  A drag queen showed up!  Maybe the only person in DC more self-absorbed that the attention queen in the oval office.  On and on it goes, the equivalent of jamming your fingers in your ears and humming.

Sounds like a "perfect" strategy to me!  Please keep making it easy for us.

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Random Topics / Re: I Need Airfare Help!!!!
« on: November 14, 2019, 04:18:56 PM »
Nope. She's married with a kid and I have too much respect for her to saddle her with the likes of me.  ;)

That's what I thought.  Dude, i can hear violins from all the way over here.

It's too bad that there is no private messaging system anymore. But maybe I can get you past the first step. That's where the biggest decisions lie anyway.

Filipinos are very family-centric, and so talking about family situations in what might seem like uncomfortable detail from a Western perspective won't seem unusual to her.  That works to your advantage, because you can get a nice tidy read on where things stand with her husband.

If he's in Canada and living with her, then full stop. That, plus being an employee, puts her essentially out of reach.  Low probability and full of peril. Sorry. Count your blessings that you have a great employee and leave it at that.

If he's in the Philippines, ask (politely) when (not if) he will be joining her.  What you are looking for here is a clear and direct plan for him to come over (like as soon as he wraps up their business in the Philippines). If so, see above.  The door's not completely closed, but until something changes you should behave like it is.

If you get some vauge answer, it's a maybe.  You can talk around it a little (how difficult it must be to be apart). The golden word here is "separated."  There's no divorce in the Philippines, and most couples don't opt for annulment, which is frighteningly expensive and lengthy. If she's separated, legally or otherwise, then there's a chance.

Important point: don't worry too much that you aren't Brad Pitt in the looks department and you're not a smooth talker.  Women generally, and Filipinas specifically, are not as superficial as men are. You seem like a decent guy to me.  If you are a kind man, a good man, and you make her feel special and never make her feel stupid or small, she will love you with all of her heart. I mean, who wouldn't? 

So you take it from here, ya big lug.  Hope you get past square one and it works out.

Final thought: don't be put off by the red hatters.  Notice how they always say that it's not about race, but then you see that: yeah, they really hate anyone who isn't white, and who doesn't acknowledge their superiority for being white. They have enough hate in their hearts to start a car.  And there's nothing special about that.

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Random Topics / Re: I Need Airfare Help!!!!
« on: November 14, 2019, 02:19:39 AM »
Is Dutarte, himself seen as corrupt? Is he corrupt? (Often two very different things.)

Seen as corrupt, I would say no.  Not relative to other politicians, and as judged by Filipinos.  Is he corrupt?  Nobody is clean here.  The system won't allow for it.

When my company gave me the P&L statement from my first year here, I asked what the category "commissions" was for.  It's bribe money that we pay to managers of companies to give us jobs.  If we want the work, we have to cut them in.  Otherwise, it goes to someone else.  Bribery is so pervasive in the court system that there are going rates for various activities.  You can even bribe a supreme court justice, if you have enough money.  If you have a civil case and you want to win, you have to pay more than the other side.  Lawyers are bribed regularly by the other party to throw the case.  You can avoid corruption, and I try to, but you can't evade it completely.  Duterte, being in the position that he's in, has to give something to get something -- just like we do in the USA. 

Here, it's all relative.  He's popular because he's what people here want in a president.  I doubt he would have the kind of trouble that trump is having, vis a vis the bending or breaking of a law related to political gain.  Not everyone buys into the Dirty Harry tough guy image, though.  So feel out any Filipinos that you meet before you engage them in a political discussion.

I appreciate the advice. With my personality, it will be a stretch- but it does make sense. It is a subtle difference in phrasing, but that is actually quite useful (even just for my day to day dealings with her. I try not to be abrupt or "short"... But this takes it a ways further, and I will see what I'm capable of.) Very interesting to think of.

Let's me phrase this like an American: are you into this chick, dude?  I could give you some pointers.

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Random Topics / Re: I Need Airfare Help!!!!
« on: November 14, 2019, 01:43:26 AM »
I would be interested in knowing a little more about how Dutarte is perceived in his home country. I do understand that he is quite popular- and I assume it has to do with cleaning up the drug problems.

Not really, because he hasn't been successful at it in spite of his methods.  It's that ingrained into society.

I think what makes him popular is that he is not afraid to call out anyone for their hypocrisy or corruption.  A Catholic bishop here scolded him for the drug killings.  Duterte called him out for having a secret wife AND a mistress and said that he would resign the next day if the bishop would come forward to prove Duterte wrong.  He didn't.  He takes on the big corporations here who have been fucking the people by paying WAY less taxes than they rightfully owe.  The list goes on but I think that you can see the appeal.  After watching one after another administration where nothing changed, he has convinced the people that change in the Philippines IS possible.  And that alone is huge.
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I guess that I just find myself interested in the experiences that people have had that would cause them to abandon that life for the unknown. Let's face it- a masters in psychology is not easy to get. And as we don't recognize it, she is an admin assistant. (Albeit a brilliant one who actually manages to keep up with three of us and keep me on track and out of trouble. Quite a feat, if you knew me.)  ;)

If she gets the sense that you are a good man, a kind man, she will make allowances.  It's part of the culture here.  The eldest generation do and say things that are very rude by the standards of the current generation.  No one would do that.  But it's accepted and shrugged off as them being a different generation.  Likewise, even the nicest Americans are abrasive to Filipinos.  They are used to making allowances for them.  Try to use polite phrasing: "May I ask how you felt about that?" as opposed to "How did that make you feel?"

Also, remember that title and position is much more important here than it is in the states.  Americans are far more casual.  I have always called the CEOs of companies that I have worked for by their first names; no one would DREAM of doing something like that here.  I used to tell people who work for me "You don't have to address me as sir anymore." and they would reply, "Okay sir."  I address cab drivers as "kuya" (elder brother).  So she may look at you as a boss and that's a tough barrier to frank and open conversation about her personal feelings.

Just trying to give you some context to work with.  Just keep it in mind and play it the way you feel it.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: November 14, 2019, 01:12:37 AM »
The gallery was stacked with a bunch of anti-trump protestors off the street which included a drag  queen in full drag.  Welch's comment was lame as hell but it was the only opportunity the leftist rooting section had to react and be heard in what was otherwise a yawner of a hearing.  The reported claim of an unidentified staff member that he just recently recalled overhearing both ends of a telephone conversation while in a restaurant in Ukraine is highly dubious and moved the needle not at all. By far the funniest thing that occurred during the hearing was Shiff's denial that he knows the identity of the whistle blower.



You MAHAers need to get a sense of humour.  It's good to laugh.  You'll live longer.

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Politics / Re: Deval Patrick in
« on: November 13, 2019, 09:12:14 PM »
Why/How was the scholarship set up? And by whom? The guy you didn't know about? Cecil Rhodes. Which college was Buttaige in and did he graduate? If not, why not? And why did Clinton drop out and leave before completion? Inquiring minds want to know. Always "Oxford" when people don't know there are several colleges there. 

ps: I'm not against some of what Rhodes did or his ideas but just laugh how the Leftists like you love him so much now! Think he would like, as you call them, "articulate blacks?" Or homosexuals- caveat, maybe considering public schools and military at the time of Empire. Kidding, of course.  ;)

Google it.  I'm not your boy.  Do your own fucking research.

You asked to talk about education, I provided it.  Now you are onto something else.  It's like playing whack-a-mole with you.

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Politics / Re: Deval Patrick in
« on: November 13, 2019, 09:01:09 PM »
You don't know who Cecil Rhodes was? Yet you cite as this "articulate black," as you call him, as a main accomplishment being a Rhodes Scholar?  :o

Buttigieg was who I was talking about.  Can you read?  Buttigieg was a Rhodes scholar.  Typical sour grapes-reaction of uneducated dimwits to smear educational achievement as unimportant.

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