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Originally posted by Merengue:
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Originally posted by irwin:
It's really a ridiculous story. I wish that Anderson Cooper had asked:

1) Did you pay taxes on the $130,000?

2) You have told us that your attorney told you not to discuss whether you have tapes, videos,etc. What else did your attorney tell you?

3) You take your infant in a car seat to the gym? What gym? Did you sign in? Did you tell anyone there about the threat? Did you just go inside and exercise as if nothing had happened?

4) Were you concerned that you'd become pregnant or contract a disease when you had unprotected sex with Mr. Trump?

5) What did you expect to get by virtue of having sex with a married guy, who you were not attracted to? Was it the gig on the Apprentice? Was it money? Was it fame? Why not just leave like you say you did when you watched the shark movie with him?

Frankly, I am more concerned with the trade war and Bolton.


+1 Irwin


1. Seriously? You want to talk taxes with this person in the Oval Office? Razz

2. She would have only offered the same response.

3. Children in first grade still have car seats. YES, our gym is filled with children as their parents exercise.

4. Irwin, you do know what she does for a living, right? Wink personally I’m confident she knows the ropes! Big Grin

5. Sex is her business and making money off of having sex. I will take it this was a rhetorical question. Razz
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3. Children in first grade still have car seats. YES, our gym is filled with children as their parents exercise.


Must be noisy. I didn't know that. I don't go to the gym. My most vigorous exercise is the repetitive right handed glass lift, to strengthen my bicep on that side.
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Originally posted by irwin:
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3. Children in first grade still have car seats. YES, our gym is filled with children as their parents exercise.


Must be noisy. I didn't know that. I don't go to the gym. My most vigorous exercise is the repetitive right handed glass lift, to strengthen my bicep on that side.


Many of the bigger gyms offer a daycare room that is staffed by employees. The kids arent running around the gym.
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Originally posted by jburman82:
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Originally posted by irwin:
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3. Children in first grade still have car seats. YES, our gym is filled with children as their parents exercise.


Must be noisy. I didn't know that. I don't go to the gym. My most vigorous exercise is the repetitive right handed glass lift, to strengthen my bicep on that side.


Many of the bigger gyms offer a daycare room that is staffed by employees. The kids arent running around the gym.


+1
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Originally posted by wine+art:
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Originally posted by jburman82:
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Originally posted by irwin:
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3. Children in first grade still have car seats. YES, our gym is filled with children as their parents exercise.


Must be noisy. I didn't know that. I don't go to the gym. My most vigorous exercise is the repetitive right handed glass lift, to strengthen my bicep on that side.


Many of the bigger gyms offer a daycare room that is staffed by employees. The kids arent running around the gym.


+1


or in my town,

it's just an excuse for the moms to sit around with some smoothies while the kids are being taken care of by the staff.
Irwin, Trump can’t find an attorney as he has been told no by the finest of the finest.

You wouldn’t even have to sleep in a hotel while representing this POS pumpkin.

Pumpkin didn’t hire Bolton last year because of his mustache, so make sure you remain clean-shaven. Wink
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Originally posted by wine+art:
Irwin, Trump can’t find an attorney as he has been told no by the finest of the finest.

You wouldn’t even have to sleep in a hotel while representing this POS pumpkin.

Pumpkin didn’t hire Bolton last year because of his mustache, so make sure you remain clean-shaven. Wink


I used to take lots of cases because I needed the money.
(Like the time I told my wife I had to go downtown at night to get a guy to sign some papers, and I was going to go to a rather unsavory part of town. My wife said, "You can't go there at night! It's too dangerous!" I said, "Yes, but if he signs the papers, I'll make a $5,000 fee." My wife said, "I'll leave the light on in the back for you."

Well, I've earned enough money over the years to be able to pick and choose my clients. I don't think I'd like to represent this particular fellow.
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Originally posted by irwin:


Well, I've earned enough money over the years to be able to pick and choose my clients. I don't think I'd like to represent this particular fellow.


Irwin, I have no doubt that you are well-heeled. I would only add that one must consider that all of the Pumpkin’s hires and appointments are only 3-6 month assignments. Wink
I'm convinced. I'm going to write to the President and apply.
I have:
1) No experience in government;
2) No experience in this type of law;
3) Unwillingness to release my tax returns;
4) Authored numerous emails that will be embarrassing to the White House;
5) Willingness to go on expensive overseas trips for no real governmental reason at the taxpayer's expense.

I should be a perfect fit!
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Originally posted by irwin:
I'm convinced. I'm going to write to the President and apply.
I have:
1) No experience in government;
2) No experience in this type of law;
3) Unwillingness to release my tax returns;
4) Authored numerous emails that will be embarrassing to the White House;
5) Willingness to go on expensive overseas trips for no real governmental reason at the taxpayer's expense.

I should be a perfect fit!


will try to turn on Fox to catch the news re your hire. what channel is that network any how
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Originally posted by irwin:
I'm convinced. I'm going to write to the President and apply.
I have:
1) No experience in government;
2) No experience in this type of law;
3) Unwillingness to release my tax returns;
4) Authored numerous emails that will be embarrassing to the White House;
5) Willingness to go on expensive overseas trips for no real governmental reason at the taxpayer's expense.

I should be a perfect fit!


An easy hire without debate. Congrats!

If only you had listed a long list of tawdry affairs with whores and had a man-crush on Putin you might have made the upper cabinet. Wink
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Originally posted by PurpleHaze:
Baseball, by far, is the best sport on the planet.

PH


Billions of people think otherwise PH. Futbol, the one with the round ball, rules the world and this summer the world will be paralyzed for a month or so. Can't wait.
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Originally posted by Merengue:
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Originally posted by PurpleHaze:
Baseball, by far, is the best sport on the planet.

PH


Billions of people think otherwise PH. Futbol, the one with the round ball, rules the world and this summer the world will be paralyzed for a month or so. Can't wait.


That's only because they don't have good baseball teams! Wink

PH
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Originally posted by PurpleHaze:
Baseball, by far, is the best sport on the planet.

PH


As stated in another thread, we agree on a lot, but not this. I will root for the Indians, and even go to a few games, but care for it far, far less than football and basketball.
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Originally posted by patespo1:
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Originally posted by PurpleHaze:
Baseball, by far, is the best sport on the planet.

PH


As stated in another thread, we agree on a lot, but not this. I will root for the Indians, and even go to a few games, but care for it far, far less than football and basketball.


Youngsters...

In time, it will become apparent to you. I have found that my appreciation of baseball has increased as I've grown a little older.

There's more to sport than fast breaks, dunks, bombs, crushing tackles and end zone theatrics. Baseball is cerebral, physical, metaphorical.

And Merengue, I played soccer from the time I was 3 or so until I graduated from high school. I don't at all mean to say that "round ball" football isn't the most popular sport, just that it's not the greatest. Razz

PH
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Originally posted by PurpleHaze:
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Originally posted by patespo1:
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Originally posted by PurpleHaze:
Baseball, by far, is the best sport on the planet.

PH


As stated in another thread, we agree on a lot, but not this. I will root for the Indians, and even go to a few games, but care for it far, far less than football and basketball.


Youngsters...

In time, it will become apparent to you. I have found that my appreciation of baseball has increased as I've grown a little older.

There's more to sport than fast breaks, dunks, bombs, crushing tackles and end zone theatrics. Baseball is cerebral, physical, metaphorical.

PH


by that logic, League of Legends would acutally be the best sport on the planet.

It certainly has a larger user base too =)
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Originally posted by g-man:
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Originally posted by PurpleHaze:
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Originally posted by patespo1:
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Originally posted by PurpleHaze:
Baseball, by far, is the best sport on the planet.

PH


As stated in another thread, we agree on a lot, but not this. I will root for the Indians, and even go to a few games, but care for it far, far less than football and basketball.


Youngsters...

In time, it will become apparent to you. I have found that my appreciation of baseball has increased as I've grown a little older.

There's more to sport than fast breaks, dunks, bombs, crushing tackles and end zone theatrics. Baseball is cerebral, physical, metaphorical.

PH


by that logic, League of Legends would acutally be the best sport on the planet.

It certainly has a larger user base too =)


Uh... a sport requires you to at least get off the sofa and break an occasional sweat, g-man.

Wink

PH

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