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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« Last post by Dr. MD MD on Today at 03:09:22 AM »
Criticizing Trump makes a person a douchebag?  Wow talk about being a sensitive loser.

Try to follow along and take things in the context of which they're discussed, you ginormous tool.  ::)
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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« Last post by PB the Deplorable on Today at 03:09:04 AM »
Dubya really shat on Donny John today.  Best speech Dubya ever made.

The Bush family is known for staying quiet when the Ds are attacking them, attacking any Republican or Conservative policies, and are out there pushing their own destructive agenda.  The Bushes don't speak ill of others often, but when they do it's always Conservatives or Conservative policies.  Always.  Same with many of the other Establishment Republicans.  McCain, Goober Graham, McConnell - tons more.

I don't pay much attention to what most of them say so I can't list all of them, but it's ridiculous.  The same people who campaign as Conservatives at home, then do the opposite when they get to DC.  You know, the same folks who are sitting on their hands and not getting anything done instead of passing the agenda they ran on for the past eight years, and that got Trump elected.

The Bush family define the Republican inside the beltway party establishment.  It's why ''Jeb'' didn't get the nomination.  Chris Christy is another one.  So is Mitch Romney. 

Bush I was elected to continue the Reagan Revolution.  Instead he did everything he could to distance himself.  Unsurprisingly, he was fired and lost to a nobody after one term.  Dispite decades of evidence suggesting otherwise, the Bush family believes continuing to extend a hand across the aisle will eventually lead to positive results.  Or so they say.  Maybe they think the family legacy will be viewed positively down the road, or just enjoy hanging out with the Clintons.  Who really knows. 


Just two more examples, these from ''W''.  Obama blamed him for all his own failures just about every day for eight years.  Eight years of ''Blame Bush''.  Did W ever say a word, or send out his surogates to do so?  No.  But he's happy enough to attack Trump now. 

#2, Hurricane Katrina.  FEMA's job is to provide the support and relief the local authorities request.  The local authorities are supposted to acess the damage, do what they can, tell FEMA what else is needed, and ask for assistance.  The incompetent Democrat mayor of New Orleans, and the incompetent Democrat Governor of Louisiana were a clown act.  Not only did they not do the basics on their end, they had no idea what to even request.  Of course it was a disaster.  100% their fault.  And of course the Democrats and the media decided W was to blame.  He didn't even try to defend himself, he just hunkered down and took it.

Ok, a third example.  When they finally found WMDs in Iraq, he didn't put it out there after having been savagely attacked for ''lying'' for years.  He didn't throw it all back in their faces, and instead told his people to just move on. 

It's fine to be a gentleman, but allowing these sorts of lies to remain unchallenged ends up getting destructive clowns like Berock Obama elected.
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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« Last post by 136 or 142 on Today at 03:07:41 AM »
The guy basically tells you (and others like you) to your face You're being a douchebag. Please stop it. And your response is He's just saying that to protect Trump. Confirmation bias confirmed!  :D

Criticizing Trump makes a person a douchebag?  Wow talk about being a sensitive loser.
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Random Topics / Re: One Hundred Years Ago
« Last post by Rix Gins on Today at 02:54:38 AM »
From the Imperial War Museum.


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A group of officers pose for the camera as they stand beside Tank F4 at the Tank Driving School at Wailly. Their mascot, a Scottie dog, sits on top of the tank. The letters 'F4' and a playing card (the four of hearts) can be seen painted on the side of the tank, 20 October 1917.
http://www.iwm.org.uk/collections/item/object/205212906


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French troops in the ruins of Bixschoote, 20 October 1917.
http://www.iwm.org.uk/collections/item/object/205308775


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Indian labourers from Manipur near Arras, 20 October 1917.
http://www.iwm.org.uk/collections/item/object/205238143


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Indian labourers from Manipur near Arras, 20 October 1917.
http://www.iwm.org.uk/collections/item/object/205238135


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E M Kemp, Territorial Force Nursing Service. Killed by enemy aircraft in France 20 October 1917.
http://www.iwm.org.uk/collections/item/object/205238135
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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« Last post by Dr. MD MD on Today at 02:51:57 AM »
Generally speaking, don't feed trolls.  It's what they want

It's a strategy that doesn't work. Worthy posters stop posting and then it's only trolls like faggotpants.
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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« Last post by PB the Deplorable on Today at 02:39:29 AM »
I did listen to it, most of it is very good. But like all politicians (and yes CoS is a political position) there is some political BS to save his boss in there too

Him attacking the congresswoman about making it political when his boss was the first to make it political when he had to brag for himself and of course he can never do that without trying to tear others down and lying about what previous Presidents did.

He was also critical of the congresswoman listening in, when it was the family who decided to use a speaker phone for all to listen. BTW how many of Trump babysitters at the WH was listening in also.

Do I even have to get started with the whole "Women were sacred" as he's insulting the congresswoman and his boss has been quoted about grabbing Puss and bleeding from wherever.

Asswipe Obama and his tranny ''wife'' did an outstanding job of setting race relations back decades.  He should be tried for treason and hung, his party shunned and disbanded, his toadies tried for their crimes, and the media outlets that abetted it all ignored and ultimately sent into bankruptcy and oblivion.
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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« Last post by PB the Deplorable on Today at 02:30:59 AM »
No because your shrinking from him is the victory he's looking for and just encourages him to keep going.  ;)

Generally speaking, don't feed trolls.  It's what they want
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Hard drives eventually crash taking all data written on them to never-never land. However, you can extract some data but to do so isn't cheap. George doesn't have the upload speed to upload all of them to a cloud service never mind the cost.

I've never heard George mention having a raid array at Casa Senda but again that is something out of his budget unless he's pimping out the cats he constantly feeds. $90 a month to feed those cats he says. He must be buying the import stuff, that's a lot of mooeow-law....

I hope it crosses his mind to change his habits for a couple years, and spend his time and money on backing up his collection of YouTube videos before all is lost forever...

There might not be time...

It might already be too late...
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TCM had "The Phantom Carriage" on the other night but I recorded. Haven't seen. Interesting because the 'carriage' issue in Strawberries made me think of that.
I like, from nostalgia, etc some of those 'slasher' films. And some are great. And, of course, the old Universal, etc movies. But some of the old, or foreign, stuff, is better. Most scary movie I've seen? Done by a bonafide rapist: "The Tenant."

Polanski. lol. I just bought a movie of his from the 70's called What?  Basically about a naked girl running around and having sex with Marcello Mastroianni among others.  Plan to watch it soon. I have very mixed feelings about Polanski what with the Tate murder and all. He's a bit of a pervert in my book but we have Weinstein walking around free.  If I had that sort of access to beautiful young women, I'm not sure if I would act any better than Polanski or Flynn.  No, I wouldn't rape but if you are a young man caught with jailbait in consensual sex, it is another ball of wax. We call it rape if the girls are under 18 but that doesn't make it the same thing as real rape. I better shut up before I get myself into trouble. lol. What Weinstein did was inexcusable though. Tit for tat.  Woo-boy.

I know what you mean about the nostalgia factor.  I remember being in school and the other kids were talking about Friday the 13th and Jason jumping up out of the lake at the end.  It was definitely one of the most talked about films during my grade school days.  Anyway, the nostalgia factor was heavy in my decision to visit those films. 


Now I have to find the Tenant.  Thanks for the recommendations. :D
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Victor Sjostrom was so good in that.  That is probably my favorite Bergman film.  Sjostrom is a hell of a director too.  If you get the chance, watch the silent films he made like The Phantom Carriage and The Wind. Great films in their own right. I caught bits of Friday the 13th movies on commercial television in the past but did not want to watch them in that format with all the good bits cut out.  I hate censorship and always will. I didn't really care for the slasher films when I was growing up so I pretty much avoided them save for Halloween, Nightmare on Elm Street, and The Texas Chainsaw Massacre.   I've decided to catch up on many of them this year.
TCM had "The Phantom Carriage" on the other night but I recorded. Haven't seen. Interesting because the 'carriage' issue in Strawberries made me think of that.
I like, from nostalgia, etc some of those 'slasher' films. And some are great. And, of course, the old Universal, etc movies. But some of the old, or foreign, stuff, is better. Most scary movie I've seen? Done by a bonafide rapist: "The Tenant."
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