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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Today at 04:08:39 PM »
Starts at 7:00 PM Eastern Time.




Yeah because he needs to remind those who voted him in he's still POTUS this week... Its lucky there's nothing else that needs his time and effort.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Today at 04:06:26 PM »
The Iron Lady had a set that's for sure.


And as a result of her drive to sell publically owned concerns back to the population, I mean hedge funds and overseas countries, the UK has a railway service owned by the Germans and French (Both of which have nationalised railways!). Not one energy company British owned and not one British owned water company. Oh yeah, she had a pair alright..

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Random Topics / Re: The General Musings of Falkie2013
« on: Today at 02:53:43 PM »
Just finished listening the latest Martinez Tonight. Senda talked about him making videos, having haters, being a "conservative", but didn't mention his mother a single time? Or did I miss it?


Maybe he didn't mention that or the several deaths he's had because it might get awkward admitting how the first I-pad came about.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Today at 02:52:02 PM »


Hey, you're the one he'll fuck. Not me. LOL ;D

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: Martinez Tonight
« on: Today at 02:50:21 PM »
Thanks...appreciate feedback from a Musing's veteran.

At the end when he twigged there was a rat came as a surprise because I thought MV's full name had been mentioned already. Still, it was priceless to hear him go on and on with his usual stream of (un)consciousness almost ignoring you. 

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Today at 02:33:18 PM »

And, joyfully, we have a President that will take the gloves off and fight the fucking MSM hand-to-hand combat, when he feels it's necessary.

The problem being, he doesn't fight. He bullies. He knows no other way. It wasn't beneath him to attack Cruz's wife or Ryan's family in the campaign (still ongoing btw). Shame on them for not taking the cunt out one on one and smash his fucking nose into his orange face. But that's the fickle life of politics. They don't do the right thing, they do what is politically expedient.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Today at 02:25:08 PM »
Well, I don't know.... but maybe Trump is playing Chess while the others are playing checkers...

Maybe Trump can now get McCain and Graham votes on something else.



Chess? Trump? He can't get past a box of Lego. He hasn't the attention span for Chess. Then again he probably hasn't the attention span to play in a sand pit.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Today at 02:23:09 PM »
Obama was not assailed by the MSM as Trump is.


No, Instead Trump led the unfounded and lying shit about Obama's eligibility to be POTUS. naturally Trump denied it after being elected even though he claimed he had a PD on the case in Hawaii.

Not sure he's apologised for his racist based attack on Obama..Nor has anyone else apologised for the shit they piled on Obama and his family which had nothing to do with his job and everything to do with their skin colour.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Today at 02:19:29 PM »
Mccauliffe claimed 80% of the people in Charlottesville protest had semi-automatic weapons. He claimed that the USA loses 93 million A DAY to guns. He is a known Clintonista from the old days and he, and his wife, had some funny campaign and donation issues. He also allowed ex-cons to vote to help Democrats in recent elections. Nobody should even pay attention to him.



He probably meant 93. Still it could be worse...


Many many more before and since..




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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Today at 11:49:04 AM »


On to CAIR, La Raza, and the Marxists.  Would you ban them from speaking along with the Klan?


Of the above, how many have lynched someone because of the colour of their skin?

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Today at 11:21:03 AM »



Jesus fucking Christ, you're desperate!! Thatcher has been dead over four years. That video is from about fifteen years before that.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Today at 11:19:33 AM »
  He wants our president to attack Putin, but he doesn't have a thing to say about that Muslim terrorist supporting mayor in London

This is the Trump thread right?  ::)


Oh you really need to keep up with the London Mayor. But I guess because he doesn't depend on the KKK and nazis to get votes like Trump does, or ISIS, he's not a winner?

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Today at 11:15:53 AM »
No, they don't.  They don't pay what they've agreed to.

Yes they do.

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That has nothing to do with bases, gathering posts, ships mooring, or any of the rest.

Ha ha..Yeah, See how it would go if they weren't there. The US military machine only works with co-operation of NATO allies. Take them out of the frame and the US military would be holed up.

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Our presence protects you, and keeps the peace.  Or don't you know your European history. 

Its a mutual thing. See above. Without all of NATO, the US wouldn't have anywhere near the strength they have. Its worth bearing in mind the US spends more on its military than Russia, China and the rest of NATO, combined. It isn't defence, its to keep people in jobs.

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We protect you and keep the peace because it's in our national interest.  If we are no longer welcome, please let us know and we'll leave.  But until then Europe needs to pay what they agreed to, or renegotiate.

The grown ups in NATO (minus Trump) know what is involved in NATO. Trump can bluster and bitch all he wants, but when it comes to 'deals' he hasn't a clue unless he's cheating the other one.

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What grown ups would those be?  The European leadership is rudderless and weak.  Worst collective bunch in the modern era (post WWII), possibly ever.

You don't know what the fuck you're talking about.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Today at 11:08:40 AM »
Do you think it's a good idea for a president to run around randomly criticizing the leaders of other countries?

No, so what prompts Trump to do it? He had an on camera meeting with the ruler of Qatar, saying what a great guy he was; and then after SA decided that Qatar were a hotbed for terrorism, Trump chimed in and agreed; Overlooking that 7000 US military personal are based there.

Then the numerous attacks on US allies based on his complete lack of knowledge of who they are.

Putin oversees the hacking of US interests and zilch..nothing.

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  That's your recomendation?  Or you just want the fake news people to goad him into doing so, so you can then criticize him for that?

It isn't fake news you idiot. They report the fucking twittertwat in all its glory! If any hostile nation wants to know what Trump is feeling at any given moment, they just have to wait ten minutes!

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The only time to do so is when it is part of a strategy to change behavior, or to gain during negotions.

Trump and strategy don't go together.. Flies have more strategic thinking.

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By the way, just because the faggots in the fake media are running around asking why he doesn't criticize Putin - simply for the sake of attacking Trump and keeping their idiotic ''collusion'' garbage in play - doesn't mean he hasn't.
Oh? He can't wait to publically criticise NATO allies, but then keeps it quiet with Putin? Yeah right...

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(As an aside:  did any of the pretend journalists ever treat Obama and his foreign policy like this?)

Actually Obama was heavily criticised. But when he was, he didn't fucking tweet it was fake news like the toddler now in the WH.

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Random Topics / Re: The General Musings of Falkie2013
« on: Today at 11:00:51 AM »
Or making a Youtube video to tell everyone about it?

Be thankful. We didn't see him sitting on the can..


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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Today at 10:50:38 AM »
That's your problem. Everything's a stupid game of political gotcha but the world is more complex than your stupidity. Your moral outrage is selective. Where's all the outrage for all the other despots and injustices going on in the world?! Gotcha!  :)

Yes, they all outrage me. But I'm not POTUS, and that carries weight. As for complexity, don't get into stuff you can't fathom; Such as why do you support a manchild who far from 'draining the swamp' filled it with his own self interests. Who is terminally ignorant about most everything other than his own reflection. Oh and touching up his daughter and other women.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Today at 10:39:49 AM »
You have to do that to get into the world leaders club?  ???

You're fine with despots who have political opponents and  journalists murdered? Gotcha.

Oh and the small matter of the ongoing attempts and successes in hacking US infrastructure by Kremlin hackers. From Trump? Not a word of disdain.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Today at 10:34:15 AM »
How so?

Name one time he's criticised Putin.


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The member nations need to start funding it at the levels they've agreed to,

They do, but even if they didn't you know that isn't how NATO works, right? It can work both ways. The rest of NATO could evict US airbases, intel bases, disband intel gathering that goes to the US directly, forbid US ships mooring up in their harbours, close Faslane to US subs, cancel exercises, cancel any training that advantages US personel, etc etc....

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instead of spending it on Moslem infiltrators and lecturing us.

They don't. They are though distancing themselves from Trump. He's treated with incredulity by the grown ups.


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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Today at 10:25:21 AM »
The dumpster media actually ran front page news stories on Trump looking at the sun becuase he's an idiot.
::)

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Today at 10:19:58 AM »
Keep in mind Obama intentionally set all this hate and division in motion.  But wasn't he just so likeable. 

''Hi, I'm the even tempered non-threatening negro, vote for me''.  That was the message, right?

And Trump comes along and sucks the shit out of Putin's arse, pisses off the rest of NATO, admires the fat kid in NK, fires anyone who won't love him openly, has tantrums that make toddlers feel embarrassed for him, and pretty much tells everyone who might listen how he's so much better at doing anyone elses job (although he doesn't have a clue about his own) with no evidence other than his own self adulation. Spends more time on the golf course than (his words) a PGA champion, runs a security debt for himself ($3million per visit to Mara Lago) and his vacation loving extended family that isn't sustainable And now after nearly a decade of tellng everyone that America has no business in overseas conflicts, he commits America to even more.

But Obama.

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Random Topics / Re: The General Musings of Falkie2013
« on: Today at 10:10:32 AM »
POOP TALES!!

The floor, the bedding and two towels are goners.

Enjoy the saga of George fire-hosing his place with poop.


BTW, he compares it to a scene from Close Encounters Of The Third Kind. All I could think of from that film was Dryfus using malleable materials to build the Devils Tower.

That makes it even grosser.

But at least he's not going into unwanted graphic detail about how he pebble dashes his hovel, and how that has come about because he's eating thawed meat that was left in the sun to play host to nasty things. So we should be relieved...

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Random Topics / Re: The General Musings of Falkie2013
« on: Today at 09:35:11 AM »
Still nothing I see <sigh>

OK, I was summoned by the popular demand to get the furious Senda live rant back online. I believe I still have it, the HD in my computer crashed, but I am sure I stored it in a folder backed up to my NAS. I haven't looked at any of this yet because I was really annoyed by this. Besides, just thinking about this makes my knees hurt, and also a cat keeps resting on a keyboard and I hate to disturb it. Btw. I need to buy a new bluetooth speaker, maybe someone would consider donating...

You have been missed. You know your expertise wth GIFs is required.

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Random Topics / Re: The General Musings of Falkie2013
« on: Today at 09:19:37 AM »
"The troll can go pound his head somewhere. Preferably under an anvil." Ha  ;D

Hater!!!

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Oh, my. The recent video "MY SAFEWAY HAUL TONIGHT." is another "tribute" to "Our Man Senda" at it again.

Of course, we hear how the boneless pork chops he bought at Safeway were "bad" before he ever touched them. I bet. Then it appears, as usual, George must have "Raised Hell" -- as he calls it -- with the store, which no doubt had to appease him with "gift cards." I feel that might have been a way of just shutting him up and being done with it.

The grifter and trying to get something for nothing shameless person strikes again, I feel. I feel there was nothing wrong with the pork before it left the store. I suspect "the soiled-meat drama" was a combination of one, several or all of Falkie's:

-- Improper transport: Not refrigerating it properly either before or after he got it home (letting it sit out, recall how Falkie constantly complains how hot his place is). Like in the above video. He states how hot it is outside, but apparently displays a frozen pizza, leaving it in the heat and fails to realize it should REMAIN FROZEN until use;
-- Improper preparation: Like his filthy kitchen and cookware may not be the cause of some bacteria infection? 
-- Improper cooking: Like Falkie failing to cook the pork properly? Or being in such a darn hurry to eat it he himself decided not to wait on trivialities like ensuring proper cooking;
-- Improper care and storage of its leftover portions: Sure, like Falkie -- recall how hot he claims his place is -- doesn't see the need to refrigerate it after use? Like we cannot see him leaving it out overnight or such, then thinking "nothing will happen" if he eats it the next day?

Once again, it was the product supplier that was at fault. Falkie again gets "defective" things, as usual. What else is new?

Then all the references to the "insurance" for him shipping iPad to be repaired. How many times does he cite that? Do you all suspect what I do? Who states on-and-on about "getting insurance" if they don't foresee using it? Did he mention recently about "getting insurance?" Can you pull prognostication and "guess" how that "shipping" will go down? Damaged? Lost? Missing? Insurance fraud, anyone? Like declaring a roughly $200 or so used or worn item (i.e. piece of crap) at a value of $1,200 or -- as he says when he prices items -- more?

I can't wait until both about scenarios play out. Bad pork. Safeway's fault. Yell, scream, complain, "Raise Hell" and get them to pay him. Now, the iPad shipping. Did he mention he is getting insurance? Oh, my.

When he claims on it is there a chance he could have it stopped due to deception? He's already said who is going to repair it, no? Maybe they can be tipped off to ensure they photograph it and securely pack it before returning to Senda. Because the fraudulant cunt would try and pull that one. I wish he'd just die painfully. Worthless pos.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Yesterday at 11:53:50 PM »
Wow!!!!
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Breitbart slams Trump “flip-flop” on war
Steve Bannon is back at Breitbart, and reportedly ready for war with Jared Kushner if Trump deviates from the platform he ran on. A Breitbart staffer issued this warning: "we're prepared to help Paul Ryan rally votes for impeachment.”

Not sure how Bannon going for Jared will go (not well?). And how things change; Former President Bannon isn't happy with his former plaything.... :-\

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Random Topics / Re: The General Musings of Falkie2013
« on: Yesterday at 10:25:46 PM »
Haters and trolls again?

Sadly yes.


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Random Topics / Re: The General Musings of Falkie2013
« on: Yesterday at 10:24:03 PM »
At the beginning of the latest video George is sitting on his porch, and he said he finally got his money from the bank, after trying for a year.  I wonder what money he is talking about?

At the end of a very long haul unbagging, we hear that George had to change his phone number...

That was quick.


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Random Topics / Re: The General Musings of Falkie2013
« on: Yesterday at 10:21:05 PM »
At the beginning of the latest video George is sitting on his porch, and he said he finally got his money from the bank, after trying for a year.  I wonder what money he is talking about?

At the end of a very long haul unbagging, we hear that George had to change his phone number...

Haters and trolls.

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Random Topics / Re: The General Musings of Falkie2013
« on: Yesterday at 10:14:26 PM »





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Random Topics / Re: The General Musings of Falkie2013
« on: Yesterday at 10:08:15 PM »
It's "Korner" with a K because it adds a bit of much-needed flair.  George and Kathy approved of it, and Kathy thanked me (referring to me as "William" for some reason) for the YouTube thumbnail I made for them featuring her, some flowers, a rainbow, and some happy balloons for extra cheer.

A friend asked if the extra cheer covered up the bruising and traumatised disposition of Kathy?

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