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Backwoods_Sleuth  Jun 3, 2019 • 10:27:19am
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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Jun 3, 2019 • 10:41:32am

Was there not a part of ACA that was supposed to deal with medical devices?

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lawhawk  Jun 3, 2019 • 10:42:52am

re: #2 Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))

There was a tax on medical devices, but the TCJA repealed that provision in an effort to abolish the ACA by depriving it of funding (same as with the individual mandate).

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Hecuba's daughter  Jun 3, 2019 • 10:44:52am

It is ironic that the man who achieved his position through insulting and bullying others and who continues in this manner as President is now subjected to mockery throughout the world. Obama mocked him mercilessly during the 2011 WHCD and that was apparently the trigger for his decision to run. Bullies do not accept anything less than total obeisance; who knows what despicable policies he will implement in response to his deserved treatment on the world stage. The only leaders who praise him are the autocrats throughout the world. We are definitely living in treacherous times.

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Jun 3, 2019 • 10:47:35am

re: #4 Hecuba’s daughter

It is ironic that the man who achieved his position through insulting and bullying others and who continues in this manner as President is now subjected to mockery throughout the world. …The only leaders who praise him are the autocrats throughout the world. We are definitely living in treacherous times.

There might have been a handful of people in Britain who did not despise him, but once he called Meghan “nasty” (and then tried to deny it in the face of a live interview), he pretty much lost his last supporters. I am sure that half the people who came to see him at Buckingham Palace are American tourists who happen to be in London at the time.

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Citizen K  Jun 3, 2019 • 10:50:11am

re: #4 Hecuba’s daughter

It is ironic that the man who achieved his position through insulting and bullying others and who continues in this manner as President is now subjected to mockery throughout the world. Obama mocked him mercilessly during the 2011 WHCD and that was apparently the trigger for his decision to run. Bullies do not accept anything less than total obeisance; who knows what despicable policies he will implement in response to his deserved treatment on the world stage. The only leaders who praise him are the autocrats throughout the world. We are definitely living in treacherous times.

Not all that ironic at all, it’s classic bullying on a grand scale. Outside of their support system, bullies are easily seen for what they are. The problem is the enabling bubble that they’re surrounded by that feeds their sense of right and righteousness and allows them to get away with shit in their immediate sphere of influence anyway.

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lawhawk  Jun 3, 2019 • 10:51:52am

re: #5 Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))

The only autocrats (and anyone outside the US) who are praising him are those who know that the vain small little Trump is a sucker for flattery and will say/do anything to get praise.

See North Korea. Give Trump a photo op and Trump gave up leverage on getting North Korea to dismantle its nuclear program before any meeting. Jong Un got treated as an equal with the US and Trump didn’t care about the consequences.

Trump is easily goaded and is a reactionary know nothing. It’s a dangerous combination and we all warned about this. Not enough cared.

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Varek Raith  Jun 3, 2019 • 10:52:13am

Hey.

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Hecuba's daughter  Jun 3, 2019 • 10:52:15am

re: #5 Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))

There might have been a handful of people in Britain who did not despise him, but once he called Meghan “nasty” (and then tried to deny it in the face of a live interview), he pretty much lost his last supporters. I am sure that half the people who came to see him at Buckingham Palace are American tourists who happen to be in London at the time.

He hasn’t lost his Brexit buddies.

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Jun 3, 2019 • 10:53:13am

re: #9 Hecuba’s daughter

He hasn’t lost his Brexit buddies.

Those still like him, but many of them are monarchists and are upset at his slights against their Princess.

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makeitstop  Jun 3, 2019 • 10:53:31am

re: #8 Varek Raith

Hey.

Howdy!

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Hecuba's daughter  Jun 3, 2019 • 10:56:21am

re: #10 Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))

Those still like him, but many of them are monarchists and are upset at his slights against their Princess.

My guess is that they are more likely to be offended by the Prince marrying an American of mixed ancestry.

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Eclectic Cyborg  Jun 3, 2019 • 11:00:56am

re: #8 Varek Raith

Hey.

Welcome, welcome.

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Jun 3, 2019 • 11:05:28am
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Backwoods_Sleuth  Jun 3, 2019 • 11:05:47am

sure, Jan…

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Eclectic Cyborg  Jun 3, 2019 • 11:06:17am

re: #14 Backwoods_Sleuth

And what exactly does this have to do with the United States?

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Eclectic Cyborg  Jun 3, 2019 • 11:06:41am

re: #15 Backwoods_Sleuth

sure, Jan…

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“Tremendous crowds”

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Jun 3, 2019 • 11:07:08am

re: #16 Eclectic Cyborg

And what exactly does this have to do with the United States?

all he’s worried about is what’s in it for him

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Jun 3, 2019 • 11:08:31am

re: #16 Eclectic Cyborg

And what exactly does this have to do with the United States?

also, Putin was backing Maduro, the moron was supporting the other guy.

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Hecuba's daughter  Jun 3, 2019 • 11:08:49am

re: #16 Eclectic Cyborg

And what exactly does this have to do with the United States?

Does that mean we are now free to invade Venezuela?

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Jun 3, 2019 • 11:09:54am

re: #17 Eclectic Cyborg

“Tremendous crowds”

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lawhawk  Jun 3, 2019 • 11:10:24am

re: #17 Eclectic Cyborg

Tremendous crowds. He must be seeing dead people, because most of the photos of the convoy route show lots of barriers and few people waiting to see Trump pass by.

It’s a far cry from when Obama was there last (or any other US president for that matter, including GWB).

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FormerDirtDart 🍕🐀  Jun 3, 2019 • 11:10:43am
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Backwoods_Sleuth  Jun 3, 2019 • 11:12:13am
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Colère Tueur de Lapin  Jun 3, 2019 • 11:13:28am

re: #24 Backwoods_Sleuth

Soooo many lies.

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HappyWarrior  Jun 3, 2019 • 11:14:00am

re: #24 Backwoods_Sleuth

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He always lies and yet people still think he’s a tell it as is type. He’s never had a honest day in his life.

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Belafon  Jun 3, 2019 • 11:14:14am

re: #21 Backwoods_Sleuth

Someone should take Trump’s inauguration crowd photo, label it as the crowd for Trump’s visit, release it, and see how long it takes him to retweet it.

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Eclectic Cyborg  Jun 3, 2019 • 11:14:43am

re: #23 FormerDirtDart 🍕🐀

Was this Pam Gellers group by chance?

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Jun 3, 2019 • 11:14:50am

:D

ah…the good old days when he insisted he would get back on the plane and leave immediately if there was no red carpet.

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gocart mozart  Jun 3, 2019 • 11:16:00am
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Charles Johnson  Jun 3, 2019 • 11:16:46am
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gocart mozart  Jun 3, 2019 • 11:16:47am
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Charles Johnson  Jun 3, 2019 • 11:17:01am
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Eventual Carrion  Jun 3, 2019 • 11:17:10am

re: #24 Backwoods_Sleuth

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We have always been at war with Eastasia.

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Jun 3, 2019 • 11:17:19am

re: #29 Backwoods_Sleuth

No red carpet = most subtle British burn ever.

ah…the good old days when he insisted he would get back on the plane and leave immediately if there was no red carpet.

There was a time when heads would have rolled in the protocol office over such a slip-up, but I think that there is a bit of a private contest going now about who can get in the biggest slight without making him totally froth over…

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Charles Johnson  Jun 3, 2019 • 11:17:26am
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Eclectic Cyborg  Jun 3, 2019 • 11:18:24am

re: #32 gocart mozart

Uh, people protest Trump in THIS country, you Jackass.

One of my proudest activist moments was being part of a MASSIVE Iraq War protest in 2004 when George W Bush came to Ottawa, Canada. Came close to getting tear gassed, but it was totally worth it.

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Jun 3, 2019 • 11:18:58am
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gocart mozart  Jun 3, 2019 • 11:19:54am

The Lonesome Death of Hattie Carroll on the Steve Allen Show, Feb 1964

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Charles Johnson  Jun 3, 2019 • 11:20:13am
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Eclectic Cyborg  Jun 3, 2019 • 11:23:47am

re: #38 Backwoods_Sleuth

“You said you’d let them go!”

“I lied.”

BANG BANG BANG!

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gocart mozart  Jun 3, 2019 • 11:24:01am
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Charles Johnson  Jun 3, 2019 • 11:24:04am
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Eclectic Cyborg  Jun 3, 2019 • 11:24:21am

re: #40 Charles Johnson

4 years = 2 days. Sounds like RW math to me.

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gocart mozart  Jun 3, 2019 • 11:24:48am
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gocart mozart  Jun 3, 2019 • 11:25:02am
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gocart mozart  Jun 3, 2019 • 11:25:57am
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Backwoods_Sleuth  Jun 3, 2019 • 11:26:01am
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gocart mozart  Jun 3, 2019 • 11:29:43am
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lawhawk  Jun 3, 2019 • 11:30:13am

re: #40 Charles Johnson

It was solved with two nukes…. after …. 4 years, over 100,000 Americans killed, 250,000 wounded, and massive battles at places like Okinawa and Guadacanal and Leyte Gulf and Midway and Coral Sea and Iwo Jima and 100s of other places across thousands of square miles of sea and land so that the planes could have the range to hit Japan.

The stupid… it burns.

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gocart mozart  Jun 3, 2019 • 11:31:51am
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gocart mozart  Jun 3, 2019 • 11:32:03am
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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Jun 3, 2019 • 11:32:14am

re: #50 lawhawk

It was solved with two nukes…. after …. 4 years, over 100,000 Americans killed, 250,000 wounded, and massive battles at places like Okinawa and Guadacanal and Leyte Gulf and Midway and Coral Sea and Iwo Jima and 100s of other places across thousands of square miles of sea and land so that the planes could have the range to hit Japan.

The stupid… it burns.

And after hundreds of thousand people had worked and spent the equivalent of trillions of dollars on building those two nukes

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Charles Johnson  Jun 3, 2019 • 11:33:34am
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Alephnaught  Jun 3, 2019 • 11:34:10am

re: #32 gocart mozart

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From the same Janey Godley:

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Khal Wimpo (the extinguisher of tiki torches)  Jun 3, 2019 • 11:36:02am

CL’d on the last thread whilst nerding out on classic sci-fi, so I had to bring it back here:

re: #83 Feline Fearless Leader

It’s 1950s stuff and the basic premise is that an anti-gravity device allows large objects (in this case actual cities from Earth) to have space flight. I believe there are omnibus volumes of the main novels as well as being able to find them singly.

amazon.com

Blish’s Cities In Flight is responsible for me learning the 1930s word “Bindlestiff.”

In the 30s, it was a hobo that robbed other hoboes.

In the books, it was a city that preyed on other cities as they wandered the galaxy.

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lawhawk  Jun 3, 2019 • 11:37:53am

re: #53 Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))

And after hundreds of thousand people had worked and spent the equivalent of trillions of dollars on building those two nukes

And the tens of thousands of planes, thousands of ships, and all the other gear needed to get across the Pacific to Tinian from where the planes took off to raid Japan with those nukes.

The crew of the USS Indianapolis can’t be reached for comment.

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Khal Wimpo (the extinguisher of tiki torches)  Jun 3, 2019 • 11:37:59am

re: #8 Varek Raith

Hey.

Yo.

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gocart mozart  Jun 3, 2019 • 11:39:11am
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jaunte  Jun 3, 2019 • 11:40:25am

re: #48 Backwoods_Sleuth

“I’m not here to be trusted.”

So, MIssion Accomplished?

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jaunte  Jun 3, 2019 • 11:41:16am
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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Jun 3, 2019 • 11:43:19am

re: #61 jaunte

I know this is the least of our concerns, but that hat is an international inciden

who wore it better?

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The Vicious Babushka  Jun 3, 2019 • 11:44:04am
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Charles Johnson  Jun 3, 2019 • 11:44:06am
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Backwoods_Sleuth  Jun 3, 2019 • 11:45:42am

re: #61 jaunte

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Jun 3, 2019 • 11:46:49am

American cheese slices!

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Eclectic Cyborg  Jun 3, 2019 • 11:46:52am

re: #64 Charles Johnson

I like how he thinks there’s a giant gate somewhere that Mexico can close or a huge valve they can shut off to make everything suddenly stop.

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Jun 3, 2019 • 11:48:23am

re: #67 Eclectic Cyborg

I like how he thinks there’s a giant gate somewhere that Mexico can close or a huge valve they can shut off to make everything suddenly stop.

Mexico could order its entire Army to defend its border and prevent anyone from leaving…

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jaunte  Jun 3, 2019 • 11:51:55am
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Varek Raith  Jun 3, 2019 • 11:52:58am

Zod dammit Windows…
BBL.

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sagehen  Jun 3, 2019 • 11:53:34am

re: #55 Alephnaught

From the same Janey Godley:

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Why is Melanie dressed like Eliza Doolittle?

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Feline Fearless Leader  Jun 3, 2019 • 11:53:35am

re: #12 Hecuba’s daughter

My guess is that they are more likely to be offended by the Prince marrying an American of mixed ancestry.

I still suspect that there would have been more of an uproar about* that if the marriage had been into the direct line of succession instead of into a cadet branch.

* - And if so possibly publicly aimed at her being a divorcee instead of the other reason.

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Jun 3, 2019 • 11:53:57am

re: #69 jaunte

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TREMENDOUS CROWDS!

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mmmirele  Jun 3, 2019 • 11:54:07am

re: #59 gocart mozart

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Alephnaught  Jun 3, 2019 • 12:06:14pm

re: #69 jaunte

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A reminder of the anti-Trump protest in Glasgow last year. One of the photos features yours truly.

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Jun 3, 2019 • 12:13:31pm
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jaunte  Jun 3, 2019 • 12:13:39pm

“There you are, now out you go!”

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Jun 3, 2019 • 12:14:46pm

re: #77 jaunte

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“There you are, now out you go!”

they discuss what-nots and etceteras…

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Jun 3, 2019 • 12:19:00pm
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Dr Lizardo  Jun 3, 2019 • 12:19:16pm

re: #77 jaunte

This state visit is pretty much the absolute bare-bones minimum the UK would afford to a US President. As we’ve seen before, it’s typically much more ornate.

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makeitstop  Jun 3, 2019 • 12:20:36pm

re: #79 Backwoods_Sleuth

He was asked if he recognised it and he said “no”!

Christ, what an asshole.

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Charles Johnson  Jun 3, 2019 • 12:21:24pm
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Belafon  Jun 3, 2019 • 12:22:24pm

re: #79 Backwoods_Sleuth

The British are providing us a free psychological exam of our president. We should take advantage of it.

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jaunte  Jun 3, 2019 • 12:23:48pm

Another abuse of power.

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Eclectic Cyborg  Jun 3, 2019 • 12:25:38pm

re: #84 jaunte

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Another abuse of power.

Is it legal for the President to blatantly attack private corporations like that?

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jaunte  Jun 3, 2019 • 12:26:51pm

re: #85 Eclectic Cyborg

No, but it seems impeachment is the only remedy for an habitual criminal in the White House.

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jaunte  Jun 3, 2019 • 12:27:33pm
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Charles Johnson  Jun 3, 2019 • 12:27:48pm
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Backwoods_Sleuth  Jun 3, 2019 • 12:33:50pm
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plansbandc  Jun 3, 2019 • 12:35:17pm

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Thanos  Jun 3, 2019 • 12:36:23pm

re: #29 Backwoods_Sleuth

:D

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ah…the good old days when he insisted he would get back on the plane and leave immediately if there was no red carpet.

No red carpet, and so sorry NO Buckingham Palace because it’s being “renovated,” so no place in the 775 rooms to let the Trumps stay…

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Jun 3, 2019 • 12:39:48pm

re: #91 Thanos

No red carpet, and so sorry NO Buckingham Palace because it’s being “renovated,” so no place in the 775 rooms to let the Trumps stay…

There is no need or reason for a civilized Lady like the Queen to allow such a vugarian to stay under her roof.

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lawhawk  Jun 3, 2019 • 12:40:00pm

re: #77 jaunte

British expediency and the absolute minimum.

Trump and the right wing extremists brought this on themselves. No one wants to spend more than the bare minimum time with Trump. Trump has damaged our prestige and power, and it will take a long time to recover from this.

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unproven innocence  Jun 3, 2019 • 12:42:32pm

re: #93 lawhawk

We are still recovering from our Civil War. Recovering from Trump may take longer.

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TedStriker  Jun 3, 2019 • 12:42:32pm

re: #80 Dr Lizardo

This state visit is pretty much the absolute bare-bones minimum the UK would afford to a US President. As we’ve seen before, it’s typically much more ornate.

And you know that pisses Agolf Twitler right the hell off.

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Belafon  Jun 3, 2019 • 12:42:56pm

re: #93 lawhawk

British expediency and the absolute minimum.

Trump and the right wing extremists brought this on themselves. No one wants to spend more than the bare minimum time with Trump. Trump has damaged our prestige and power, and it will take a long time to recover from this.

I think there are a lot of countries, like the British, who think that he’s an aberration, and they’re waiting, politely, for him to be replaced.

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Jun 3, 2019 • 12:43:21pm

re: #93 lawhawk

British expediency and the absolute minimum.

Trump and the right wing extremists brought this on themselves. No one wants to spend more than the bare minimum time with Trump. Trump has damaged our prestige and power, and it will take a long time to recover from this.

With a minimum of decorum and deference, he could have remained within the norms of acceptable human behavio(u)r. But he has demonstrated repeatedly that he is not ready to observe any of the norms and conventions of civilized, diplomatic society.

It totally endears him to his fan base but to almost nobody else.

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Jun 3, 2019 • 12:43:51pm
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jaunte  Jun 3, 2019 • 12:46:45pm

“…Why can’t the American president watch a “Fox News International” in Britain, as he could with CNN? The problem appears to be relatively simple: British viewers have rejected it.

Just two years ago, it was possible to watch Fox News in Britain. However, in August 2017, the network was abruptly pulled off the air. A statement released by its parent company at the time pinned the blame on low ratings.

“It averages only a few thousand viewers across the day,” 21st Century Fox said in a statement provided to CNN. The company noted that this was largely because the network’s programming was aimed at American audiences.

“We have concluded that it is not in our commercial interest to continue providing Fox News in the U.K.,” the statement said.
washingtonpost.com

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Dr Lizardo  Jun 3, 2019 • 12:47:06pm

re: #95 TedStriker

And you know that pisses Agolf Twitler right the hell off.

I’m sure it does, and as soon as he’s winging his way home, he’ll probably take to Twitter to start bitching about it.

He almost certainly wanted all the bells and whistles. And he didn’t get much more than a perfunctory handshake and a polite smile.

Well, up early tomorrow. Off to bed. Have fun, Lizards.

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Eventual Carrion  Jun 3, 2019 • 12:47:48pm

re: #98 Backwoods_Sleuth

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Don isn’t draining the swamp. He is just adding on layer upon layer of scum on it.

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Dr Lizardo  Jun 3, 2019 • 12:48:16pm

re: #98 Backwoods_Sleuth

My shocked face, quelle surprise, etc.

And with that, good night.

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lawhawk  Jun 3, 2019 • 12:52:22pm

re: #98 Backwoods_Sleuth

Why is everyone in the Trumpworld orbit a shitmonger?

Why is everyone a POS in Trumpworld? Is that the rite of initiation? To be a POS? Because that seems to be the standard.

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lawhawk  Jun 3, 2019 • 12:53:07pm

re: #99 jaunte

In other words, the European market decided Fox sucked and wasn’t worth the effort.

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Jun 3, 2019 • 12:54:16pm
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jaunte  Jun 3, 2019 • 12:55:24pm
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makeitstop  Jun 3, 2019 • 12:55:28pm

re: #98 Backwoods_Sleuth

George Nader, figure linked to Trump transition, charged with transporting child pornography

I’m really starting to think that the whole lot of them are kid-fuckers or wannabes.

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Belafon  Jun 3, 2019 • 12:55:42pm

re: #104 lawhawk

In other words, the European market decided Fox sucked and wasn’t worth the effort.

And FOX decided Britain wasn’t an important enough market to lose money on.

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Charles Johnson  Jun 3, 2019 • 12:56:38pm
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Feline Fearless Leader  Jun 3, 2019 • 12:56:44pm

re: #104 lawhawk

In other words, the European market decided Fox sucked and wasn’t worth the effort.

I think they realized a “we lie all the time for our conservative agenda” would not fly in Europe in the face of the BBC. And trying to market in the various European nations at once would require investing in a fairly extensive multi-lingual effort and there also fighting upstream against established networks where I expect the general media would quite quickly start calling them on their lies. And given the narrow borders and crossing of information of Europe the lies made by Fox France would probably have to differ from the lies made by Fox Germany and comparison would be pretty easy to do.

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Sir John Barron  Jun 3, 2019 • 12:56:57pm

re: #99 jaunte

Britain is Censoring Prominent Conservative voices like Fox News! No trade with Britain until Fox back on air! Retweet if you Agree!!

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Mescalero09  Jun 3, 2019 • 12:57:12pm

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Miss Olivia is a beautiful bright little girl who has been diagnosed with B Cell-Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia, on May 17th, when she was airlifted from Harrisburg Hospital to CHOP.

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Sir John Barron  Jun 3, 2019 • 12:58:28pm

re: #79 Backwoods_Sleuth

See what Great gifts I gave this ungrateful Queen!

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William Lewis  Jun 3, 2019 • 12:58:53pm

re: #74 mmmirele

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Gandhi could use his tactics against the British. The Nazi’s would have simply hanged him. Trying to talk to radical forced birthers is like trying to be Gandhi against the Nazi’s. They can not be trusted or reasoned with.

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Eclectic Cyborg  Jun 3, 2019 • 12:59:10pm

re: #99 jaunte

Coulldn’t they beam a satellite feed into AF1?

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Eclectic Cyborg  Jun 3, 2019 • 12:59:52pm

re: #109 Charles Johnson

That’s the Apple tax for you.

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jaunte  Jun 3, 2019 • 1:00:36pm
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Sir John Barron  Jun 3, 2019 • 1:02:07pm

re: #14 Backwoods_Sleuth

“Well, that’s what they told us, and we have to believe them.”

/

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jaunte  Jun 3, 2019 • 1:07:44pm

So proud.

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Jun 3, 2019 • 1:08:05pm

re: #117 jaunte

Imagine being Apple and not realizing that the buyers of Mac Pros are freelance gig economy workers in creative industries with no corporate subsidies, what a way to fail to read the room

They get to set that off against their taxes…

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Charles Johnson  Jun 3, 2019 • 1:10:12pm
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Joe Bacon 🌹  Jun 3, 2019 • 1:13:33pm

re: #119 jaunte

Looks like he’s killing his Living Girdle!

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lawhawk  Jun 3, 2019 • 1:14:48pm

re: #119 jaunte

Does someone dress Trump and tell him that these outfits look good on him? Does he not realize that they are so poorly fitted to be laughable?

Seriously, how can he be so bad at this all the time? Does his tailor tell him what he wants to hear and just does whatever Trump says, regardless of the outcome?

How can you look that bad in a formal white tie suit?

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lawhawk  Jun 3, 2019 • 1:15:46pm

re: #119 jaunte

He was pouting probably because he saw the online response to the nonexistent crowds along the parade route in London today.

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jaunte  Jun 3, 2019 • 1:16:11pm

re: #123 lawhawk

I’m a little surprised he didn’t insist on wearing his long red tie with the outfit.

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Charles Johnson  Jun 3, 2019 • 1:16:40pm
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Belafon  Jun 3, 2019 • 1:16:41pm

re: #124 lawhawk

He was pouting probably because he saw the online response to the nonexistent crowds along the parade route in London today.

How many rallies do you think his handlers are plannning for when he gets back?

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jaunte  Jun 3, 2019 • 1:17:02pm

Trump looks like a delivery man who’s been brought up to the library to speak with Lord Grantham.

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lawhawk  Jun 3, 2019 • 1:17:14pm
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Backwoods_Sleuth  Jun 3, 2019 • 1:18:30pm

re: #119 jaunte

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So proud.

did he just grab pieces from a variety of different suits?

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jaunte  Jun 3, 2019 • 1:19:24pm

re: #130 Backwoods_Sleuth

Looks like the palace valets were having a little fun.

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makeitstop  Jun 3, 2019 • 1:19:45pm

re: #124 lawhawk

He was pouting probably because he saw the online response to the nonexistent crowds along the parade route in London today.

Maybe it’s beginning to dawn on him that the world hates the very sight of him.

Good. Hope he has a long, miserable flight home.

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lawhawk  Jun 3, 2019 • 1:19:47pm

re: #127 Belafon

How many rallies do you think his handlers are plannning for when he gets back?

So many… They’ll be huge, and he’ll lie about the turnout in the UK for him along that parade route too. They’ll cheer on the lies.

It’s what he does.

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Jun 3, 2019 • 1:28:48pm
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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Jun 3, 2019 • 1:32:02pm

re: #134 Backwoods_Sleuth

We knew who Trump was but elected him anyway. We can’t impeach him for that.

We know what kind of person he is, he is not being impeached for that.

He needs to be impeached for high crimes and misdemeanors which we did not know about before the Mueller Report.

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KGxvi  Jun 3, 2019 • 1:37:08pm

re: #134 Backwoods_Sleuth

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“We” elected the electors, many of whom were bound to vote a certain way. So “we” may not have directly elected him, but we did so indirectly. And as I mentioned the other day, most of our federal system was originally designed really to be indirect democracy. It’s not something that makes a whole lot of sense today, but it is the system we have.

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KGxvi  Jun 3, 2019 • 1:38:38pm

re: #135 Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))

We knew who Trump was but elected him anyway. We can’t impeach him for that.

We know what kind of person he is, he is not being impeached for that.

He needs to be impeached for high crimes and misdemeanors which we did not know about before the Mueller Report.

There’s several more high crimes and misdemeanors he should be impeached for as well, including abuse of power (declaring national emergencies to bypass Congress), contempt of Congress (failure to respond to subpoenas, etc), and I’m sure I can come up with a few more.

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Eric The Fruit Bat  Jun 3, 2019 • 1:51:31pm

re: #81 makeitstop

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MsJ  Jun 3, 2019 • 1:53:21pm

re: #119 jaunte

I want to see the analysis of the Queen’s jewelry

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Eric The Fruit Bat  Jun 3, 2019 • 1:54:56pm

re: #109 Charles Johnson

Lately it seems that Apple has becomes craptastic as of late - especially when it came to the ‘butterfly’ keyboard.

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Khal Wimpo (the extinguisher of tiki torches)  Jun 3, 2019 • 2:24:31pm

re: #119 jaunte

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So proud.

Piglet in a monkey suit.

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Khal Wimpo (the extinguisher of tiki torches)  Jun 3, 2019 • 2:28:19pm

re: #140 Eric The Fruit Bat

Lately it seems that Apple has becomes craptastic as of late - especially when it came to the ‘butterfly’ keyboard.

Started WAY before that - with Firewire 800. Then the move to Thunderbolt, requiring me to shitcan all the expensive external drives to buy the TB2 “toaster” for external drives.

But when they took away the MagSafe power charger - one of the few really brilliant UX-driven innovations they’ve had - and replace it with a single TB3/USB-C port that is supposedly for charging/external keyboard-mouse/monitor/audio I-O/external drives, I said FUCK NO.

NO MORE GODDAMN DONGLES.

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Ming5000  Jun 3, 2019 • 6:59:47pm

re: #123 lawhawk

Does someone dress Trump and tell him that these outfits look good on him? Does he not realize that they are so poorly fitted to be laughable?

Seriously, how can he be so bad at this all the time? Does his tailor tell him what he wants to hear and just does whatever Trump says, regardless of the outcome?

How can you look that bad in a formal white tie suit?

Wow…. I didn’t realize how ill-fitted his vest (?) was. Cripes!

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Jebediah, RBG  Jun 4, 2019 • 2:38:46pm

re: #52 gocart mozart

Fucking hell.
I don’t usually get weepy over the passing of celebrities, musicians, etc. Sad and bummed, yes, but not weepy.
God fucking damn it.


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