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bman posted:
ProSys posted:

This explains a lot about the stupidity we’ve had to put up with for the past 2.5+ years........

https://crooksandliars.com/201...mp;utm_content=21772

So Trump may be a drug abuser?  That WOULD explain a lot. 

For anyone reading these comments casually, Sudafed is a primary precursor ingredient for methamphetamine.  The narcissistic numbskull has shown clear signs of stimulant abuse for a good while.  I can sure you, he's moved on from Sudafed.  I wish he was subject to random drug testing like most employees in high security jobs.  

PH

purplehaze posted:
bman posted:
ProSys posted:

This explains a lot about the stupidity we’ve had to put up with for the past 2.5+ years........

https://crooksandliars.com/201...mp;utm_content=21772

So Trump may be a drug abuser?  That WOULD explain a lot. 

For anyone reading these comments casually, Sudafed is a primary precursor ingredient for methamphetamine.  The narcissistic numbskull has shown clear signs of stimulant abuse for a good while.  I can sure you, he's moved on from Sudafed.  I wish he was subject to random drug testing like most employees in high security jobs.  

PH

I've wondered why he was sniffing so loudly and often throughout the debates. Perhaps we now know why?

bman posted:
purplehaze posted:
bman posted:
ProSys posted:

This explains a lot about the stupidity we’ve had to put up with for the past 2.5+ years........

https://crooksandliars.com/201...mp;utm_content=21772

So Trump may be a drug abuser?  That WOULD explain a lot. 

For anyone reading these comments casually, Sudafed is a primary precursor ingredient for methamphetamine.  The narcissistic numbskull has shown clear signs of stimulant abuse for a good while.  I can sure you, he's moved on from Sudafed.  I wish he was subject to random drug testing like most employees in high security jobs.  

PH

I've wondered why he was sniffing so loudly and often throughout the debates. Perhaps we now know why?

According to ophthalmologist Dr. Jack Brown "President Donald Trump’s pupils are intermittently and significantly dilated — from a medical standpoint, this is NOT normal. The ambient light conditions cannot account for such changes. At other times they are within normal limits. This intermittent pattern is NOT due to trauma, complications from surgery, or disease. I have not examined Donald Trump and I have no firsthand knowledge of him — however, the myriad of photographic evidence available online seems to point strongly to the remaining possible etiology — Donald Trump’s Intermittently Dilated Pupils are due to the side effects of drugs/medications."

https://medium.com/@DrGJackBro...o-large-f4d883c8126a 

The orange pile of dung with a fox sitting on his head is now justifying the absolute slaughter of our allies the Kurds because they didn’t help us in WWII? Where does he come up with such BS and how does his cult like Napa, Board-O and others support such?

Using the dumps logic, what is his take on Germany, Japan, Italy, Switzerland, Spain and others? Also, what should we do to this POS for not supporting America during the Vietnam War?  Since his father gave the doctor free rent to say little Donnie had a bruised heel every year seems to me the orange POS should suffer the same fate as our allies. 

 

Maybe his snits with former Prime Minister Theresa May are the result of the British not supporting us during the Revolutionary War or the War of 1812. 

As far as the Kurds go, in general our foreign policy has been to oppose genocide.  Now, he's flipped that, and not only won't intervene to stop it, but pulled us out to encourage it.  It's a sad day, no--a horrible one, for US Foreign policy.

 

irwin posted:

Joe:

"the general consensus in the online community"  --

"general consensus" is redundant.   If it is a concensus, it's already general.

Kind of like "for greater certainty" another one frequent among our kind Irwin.  Something or one is either certain or uncertain.  Those are the two choices. 

Takes off pedant's hat. 

I heard someone on television the other day say that something was going to be "bisected in two."  If you are going to bisect something, it's hard to bisect it into three pieces.  On the other hand, we frequently use the expression "the larger half", as in when you are splitting a piece of meat and your companion says, "You take the larger half."  If it is half, it's the same as the other half. Half is just half. 50% = 50%.

 

irwin posted:

I heard someone on television the other day say that something was going to be "bisected in two."  If you are going to bisect something, it's hard to bisect it into three pieces.  On the other hand, we frequently use the expression "the larger half", as in when you are splitting a piece of meat and your companion says, "You take the larger half."  If it is half, it's the same as the other half. Half is just half. 50% = 50%.

 

"Where is she at?"  makes me cringe for the same reason as above.  

flwino posted:

Now they arrest two of the Giuliani's partners in crime.  Both Russian, now citizens, and trying to leave the country. Both associates are connected to efforts to dig up dirt in Ukraine on Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden.

Wonder where they were trying to hide?  Bingo!! Ukraine!

Apparently, these fellows were picked up at the airport with one-way tickets to Europe.  And, it has been reported that they had lunch with Ghouliani a day or two ago.  Think he might have tipped them off?  We need to keep these two in lock-up and sweat them until they sing.

Very good article on these two, and the relationship with Rudy here.

PH

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purplehaze posted:
flwino posted:

Now they arrest two of the Giuliani's partners in crime.  Both Russian, now citizens, and trying to leave the country. Both associates are connected to efforts to dig up dirt in Ukraine on Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden.

Wonder where they were trying to hide?  Bingo!! Ukraine!

Apparently, these fellows were picked up at the airport with one-way tickets to Europe.  And, it has been reported that they had lunch with Ghouliani a day or two ago.  Think he might have tipped them off?  We need to keep these two in lock-up and sweat them until they sing.

Very good article on these two, and the relationship with Rudy here.

PH

He had lunch with them yesterday hours before they were arrested. And their lawyers? Tom Zehnle, one of Manafort's lawyers and John Dowd, former personal attorney to the President.

purplehaze posted:
flwino posted:

Now they arrest two of the Giuliani's partners in crime.  Both Russian, now citizens, and trying to leave the country. Both associates are connected to efforts to dig up dirt in Ukraine on Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden.

Wonder where they were trying to hide?  Bingo!! Ukraine!

Apparently, these fellows were picked up at the airport with one-way tickets to Europe.  And, it has been reported that they had lunch with Ghouliani a day or two ago.  Think he might have tipped them off?  We need to keep these two in lock-up and sweat them until they sing.

Very good article on these two, and the relationship with Rudy here.

PH

Love this.  Of the four turkeys, three are from Palm Beach County.  Also well known as Corruption County.

Understand that they had dinner with the fat guy in May '18 at the WH.  He claims he doesn't know the guys, yet he ate with them, and photos taken with them.

What a great Friday. The orange dump loses 5 court cases, and when asked about the immigration setback he lies ( shocking) saying he had not heard the now 3 hour old news.  What a lying POS.

All this plus the ex Ukrainian ambassador gave Dump, Barr and other cult members the middle finger and testifies for 8 hours pointing the her finger directly at the Orange POS! 

Now, what great bottle should we open? 

wineart 2 posted:

What a great Friday. The orange dump loses 5 court cases, and when asked about the immigration setback he lies ( shocking) saying he had not heard the now 3 hour old news.  What a lying POS.

All this plus the ex Ukrainian ambassador gave Dump, Barr and other cult members the middle finger and testifies for 8 hours pointing the her finger directly at the Orange POS! 

Now, what great bottle should we open? 

Grange!

On second thought, open something else and save your Grange for your special friends. 

mikemann posted:

Two days since anybody posted about wine! And you wonder why this former great site has passed on! Both excellent!

I guess sometimes there's more important things to talk about than wine--like concern for our democracy and the rule of law. There's a lot to be sober about these days whether the (very small) troop of Trumpanzies around here know it or not.

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billhike posted:
purplehaze posted:

And somewhere in the swamps of Alabama, a bridge is missing its troll.

PH

You mean a shuffleboard court in Florida, or the salad, ribeye and red to be determined cafe.

I'm surprised he could take a break from watching the disgusting video shown to 45's supporters at 45's Resort in Florida.  I won't post a link, easy enough to google.  One of these deranged supporters is going to take this as a call to do harm to a media member, and Trump has (as of now) yet to denounce the video.  

"One of these deranged supporters is going to take this as a call to do harm to a media member..."

Did you forget it's already happened? We had all those the packages delivered to CNN and other media and politicians who the so-called president of the United States has called the enemy of the people. He's a pig and his supporters are pigs.

The Old Man posted:

"One of these deranged supporters is going to take this as a call to do harm to a media member..."

Did you forget it's already happened? We had all those the packages delivered to CNN and other media and politicians who the so-called president of the United States has called the enemy of the people. He's a pig and his supporters are pigs.

I should've clarified " to do hard to a media member Again..."  You are correct 100%

wineart 2 posted:

Well, hell. I was going to stop and shop for groceries today but I forgot my I.D. According to the orange pile of dung I / we must have an I.D. to do such.  

Funny.  I went to the store to buy a baguette, but forgot my money.  But I showed the clerk my ID and told him that Mexico would pay for it.  Fortunately, the guy was wearing a MAGA hat, and he believed me.  Baguette acquired!!  

PH

The Old Man posted:

"One of these deranged supporters is going to take this as a call to do harm to a media member..."

Did you forget it's already happened? We had all those the packages delivered to CNN and other media and politicians who the so-called president of the United States has called the enemy of the people. He's a pig and his supporters are pigs.

Can't say it couldn't happen, look what happened at the Republican baseball practice when Steve Scalise was shot.

thistlintom posted:
The Old Man posted:

"One of these deranged supporters is going to take this as a call to do harm to a media member..."

Did you forget it's already happened? We had all those the packages delivered to CNN and other media and politicians who the so-called president of the United States has called the enemy of the people. He's a pig and his supporters are pigs.

Can't say it couldn't happen, look what happened at the Republican baseball practice when Steve Scalise was shot.

Agreed.  Hyper-partisanship is poisoning politics in the US and elsewhere.  But I would think there is a lot more danger from the right than the left, due to Trump's encouragement of it, the far right nutjobs on radio and online outnumbering those on the far left, and the likelihood that those on the right are probably more likely to be armed, given the second amendment seems to be more of a thing for the right than the left.  But mostly due to Trump's daily dismantling of what used to be considered respectful political discourse and behaviour.

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