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I forget the story from a few months ago where his show hired an actor to play as his interviewee.
Doesn't mean he's not cherrypicking easy targets to tear apart.
Did that help, or did I just muddy the waters ?
Thanks for the article, Doc.
Scientists Stunned - Billy Meier Predictions Right Again!
Confirm 1988 "wandering black holes" info correct
So is Tucker Carlson deliberately getting dumb/crazy guests, or are these types of guest par for the course with his show?
Celery salt is all one needs
Comedy Gold -- we already know how you'all feel (or can't feel).
What a fucking DRAMA QUEEN you are. Take a couple Xanax and have some drinks. It will help your hysteria and pants wetting.
Society seems to have tacitly accepted such unruly behavior, even encouraged it. Everywhere you go now, libraries, restaurants, dentist/doctor waiting rooms, you see adults with this "I-don't-hear/see-anything" glazed look on their faces. It's a nice if uncommon occurrence nowadays to hear a parent actually control their kids (or at least attempt to - it's the thought that counts).
Remember awhile back, some restaurant tried to disallow kids below a certain age from eating there. It was immediately picked up by the nat'l news as "anti-children" or some such hysteria. What a joke, there's a zillion 'family restaurants' where kids have free reign , but oh noes, we can't have one place where I can enjoy a relaxing cup of coffee without some kid throwing his crayons at me.
Anyways I've pretty much given up on this, so for food I either 1) do take out, or 2) go to a place that serves food in the bar area which is a no-go zone for the little wildlings.
LSD, pot and the Brits (if you don't want to give Rodenberry credit)
Great article, thanks for posting. It is so weird that many people can't think critically any more or think from someone else's perspective. This doesn't mean I'm pro-Putin, or whatever, but I don't see why our media, and the Democrats in particular, single out the guy, or country, for doing things that any normal country does (or has done.) Do I trust the Russians? No, but as the article points out the shady 'biznessmen' and their tactics were supported and funded often by our banks and businesses. And I certainly would rather deal, or even be friendly with the Russians, than the violent Muslim regimes we support. It could be, with proper oversight, that doing business with them and having more friendly relations could help reform some of the corruption, balance out China, and further the war against the real enemy of everyone involved: Islam in its popular form, "refugee" and illegal invasions, nuclear weapons, globalist meddlers, etc.
How do you know?
But Obama is past. Trump promised he'd clean things up, drain the swamp. Thing is, he's refilled it with his own pond life.
Leaks are a natural result of any administration who fails to communicate with their people. All we get from Trump are soundbites and Tweets, his repeated MAGA clichés do not replace real dialogue about how he intends to accomplish anything.
I think "Cunt" is the best word describe Hillary.
Yawn. You might try following your own advice for a change rather than pursuing this contrarian keyboard warrior schtick of yours.
The USSR wasn't as appealing to the old counter culture as was the mystique surrounding China's Proletarian Cultural Revolution lead by Mao, with its impassioned pro-worker, anti-capitalism campaigns. The anti-establishment youth of late 60s America were the same age as China's Red Guards, and Mao's Little Red Book found its way to Telegraph Avenue in Berkeley, where I was once handed a copy. Of course at that time Mao's horrific reign of terror and murder wasn't widely known. But I think many young Americans terrified of being sent off to an increasingly unpopular war in Vietnam by self-serving politicians, fueled a legitimate climate of mistrust about our own government's motives.
Curiously, in spite of the fact that Mao Tse-tung was responsible for more death and suffering than any other leader in history, there are those in China who are nostalgic for his Cultural Revolution period. What on Earth could make people look back with fondness at at time when so many of their countrymen suffered and died, and their lives were reduced to nothing outside of the State?
Totalitarian governments are aided by opportunistic leaders who govern by fear and mistrust of outsiders, which is why people are closely watching Turkey's situation after their constitutional referendum toward an "executive presidency". Meanwhile, Trump's popularity is heading downhill and despite his bluff, he knows it. It's especially frightening to me that he's come so close to involving the US in escalating military action without the support of the American people.
This is for Pud and others who like to discuss the evils of the regime.