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Presidential Portraits in Federal Buildings
Topic Started: Sep 2 2017, 11:44 AM (934 Views)
Horace
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HOLY CARP!!!
Horace
Sep 12 2017, 06:47 PM
I remember one (very respected!) historian who predicted that we'd be living under Trump imposed martial law by the end of 2017. He was interviewed on fresh air at the time, I think. He's literally a cutting edge intellectual.
Here's that useless dipsh!t and his imbecile prophecy:

Historian Timothy Snyder: “It’s pretty much inevitable” that Trump will try to stage a coup and overthrow democracy

Yale history professor! Award winning author of several highly respected books!

This is the cream of the intellectual crop we've chosen as a civilization. This idiot's thoughts are important.
As a good person, I implore you to do as I, a good person, do. Be good. Do NOT be bad. If you see bad, end bad. End it in yourself, and end it in others. By any means necessary, the good must conquer the bad. Good people know this. Do you know this? Are you good?
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John D'Oh
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Jolly
Sep 12 2017, 06:18 PM
John D'Oh
Sep 12 2017, 05:07 PM
Jolly
Sep 12 2017, 05:02 PM
John D'Oh
Sep 12 2017, 04:58 PM
Not to mention people who don't like him disrespecting the office.
Nope, don't recall near the level of silly vitriol being flung President Trump's way
Didn't you read any of Larry's posts?
Yep. One guy vs. a constant barrage.

For practical purposes I can't do anything about your media except refuse to watch it, which I pretty much do. However, if we're going to chastise individual TNCR posters for 'disrespecting the office', shouldn't we be a little more even-handed?
What do you mean "we", have you got a mouse in your pocket?
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Davis
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John D'Oh
Sep 13 2017, 02:42 AM
Jolly
Sep 12 2017, 06:18 PM
John D'Oh
Sep 12 2017, 05:07 PM
Jolly
Sep 12 2017, 05:02 PM
John D'Oh
Sep 12 2017, 04:58 PM
Not to mention people who don't like him disrespecting the office.
Nope, don't recall near the level of silly vitriol being flung President Trump's way
Didn't you read any of Larry's posts?
Yep. One guy vs. a constant barrage.

For practical purposes I can't do anything about your media except refuse to watch it, which I pretty much do. However, if we're going to chastise individual TNCR posters for 'disrespecting the office', shouldn't we be a little more even-handed?
We did get a brief respite from the media barrage due to the Hurricanes but the hourly anti Trump doses will be back on line soon. It's a full time effort for some to keep up and the decisions of what to post on Facebook must be exhausting.
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John D'Oh
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The 'unfollow' button on FB is a wonderful thing.
What do you mean "we", have you got a mouse in your pocket?
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Aqua Letifer
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Davis
Sep 13 2017, 04:03 AM
It's a full time effort for some to keep up and the decisions of what to post on Facebook must be exhausting.
You seem to think this is a problem with one particular political side. To which I would ask you to clarify that this is indeed Facebook.com you're talking about.
I cite irreconcilable differences.
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John D'Oh
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My favourite discussion recently on FB was with a woman who with some justification said that we should not attack the wives of Presidents, after somebody posted something unpleasant about Melania Trump, and then immediately followed up this plea by referring to Michele Obama as a POS. When I asked her about it, she said that was OK, since Michele was a POS :lol:
What do you mean "we", have you got a mouse in your pocket?
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Catseye3
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John D'Oh
Sep 13 2017, 04:12 AM
The 'unfollow' button on FB is a wonderful thing.

Yes. Why upset yourself needlessly? Whether you love Trump or hate him, he's going to do what he's going to do, and all the FB monitoring in the world won't change that.

It's what I have come to think of as the 'Copper syndrome'. Copper hates CNN so much that he spends all his waking hours watching it so as not to miss one pixel of hateworthiness.

It makes you think of those worthy folks who pore over books looking for smut so as to wipe them off the earth.

Pornsniffer #1: Ha! Look! Page 318. 'Breast'. Right there! Right there in print he writes it. Breast. Shameless!

Pornsniffer #2: <Sniff.> Revolting. Add that tome of filth to the list.

Chocolate doesn't ask silly questions. Chocolate understands.
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John D'Oh
Sep 13 2017, 04:35 AM
My favourite discussion recently on FB was with a woman who with some justification said that we should not attack the wives of Presidents, after somebody posted something unpleasant about Melania Trump, and then immediately followed up this plea by referring to Michele Obama as a POS. When I asked her about it, she said that was OK, since Michele was a POS :lol:

:) From George's Fallacies post of 9/10:

Begging the Question:
Circular reasoning is the best fallacy and is capable of proving anything.
Since it can prove anything, it can obviously prove the above statement.
Since it can prove the first statement, it must be true.
Therefore, circular reasoning is the best fallacy and is capable of proving anything.
Chocolate doesn't ask silly questions. Chocolate understands.
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In engineering parlance, she had high standards, but wide tolerances.
What do you mean "we", have you got a mouse in your pocket?
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Rainman
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Copper hates CNN so much that he spends all his waking hours watching it so as not to miss one pixel of hateworthiness.

Careful, Cats.
Do you see the problem with such a "factual" statement?
(maybe you were kidding, and I didn't get it)

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Catseye3
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Rainman
Sep 13 2017, 08:46 AM
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Catseye:
Copper hates CNN so much that he spends all his waking hours watching it so as not to miss one pixel of hateworthiness.

Careful, Cats.
Do you see the problem with such a "factual" statement?
(maybe you were kidding, and I didn't get it)

Yeah, kind of kidding. But Copper makes many mentions of what CNN said, and how awful CNN was to say it, and so on.

Really, I think it doesn't take much reflection to realize I'm in no position to 'factually' know how any forumite spends his days.
Chocolate doesn't ask silly questions. Chocolate understands.
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Catseye3
Sep 13 2017, 04:40 AM

It's what I have come to think of as the 'Copper syndrome'. Copper hates CNN so much that he spends all his waking hours watching it so as not to miss one pixel of hateworthiness.

Help me think of an answer to this.

The Confederate soldier was peculiar in that he was ever ready to fight, but never ready to submit to the routine duty and discipline of the camp or the march. The soldiers were determined to be soldiers after their own notions, and do their duty, for the love of it, as they thought best. Carlton McCarthy
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Copper
Sep 13 2017, 08:52 AM
Catseye3
Sep 13 2017, 04:40 AM

It's what I have come to think of as the 'Copper syndrome'. Copper hates CNN so much that he spends all his waking hours watching it so as not to miss one pixel of hateworthiness.

Help me think of an answer to this.

Well obviously first up:
You do take bathroom breaks, right??

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Aqua Letifer
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Copper
Sep 13 2017, 08:52 AM
Catseye3
Sep 13 2017, 04:40 AM

It's what I have come to think of as the 'Copper syndrome'. Copper hates CNN so much that he spends all his waking hours watching it so as not to miss one pixel of hateworthiness.

Help me think of an answer to this.

Well, "Copper syndrome" reminded me of Copper poisoning, which is what Willem Defoe suffered from in Speed 2: Cruise Control. In the movie, he used leeches to remove the Copper/bad-shit-associated-with-Copper-poisoning from his body—a treatment that probably falls under the flimsy auspices of internet-based homeopathy.

One of my favorite scenes in the movie is apparently one of Roger Ebert's, too: when Defoe is programming the bomb to go off on the cruise ship (get it, with the title name there? GET IT?), the bomb interface asks him, "Time to initiate?'' And he types in, "Now.''

Because "Now" is a time.

I guess, based on the timeline of the movie, that it was Now P.M.



Sorry, that's all I got regarding this.
I cite irreconcilable differences.
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Jolly
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Geaux Tigers!
Copper? Been using them for years:

Posted Image

Kills 'em like a bolt from God.
The main obstacle to a stable and just world order is the United States.- George Soros
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They also make the best rivets, if you absolutely-by-God do not want that rivet going anywhere in this lifetime.
I cite irreconcilable differences.
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