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One of these days I'm going to retire, and when I do, one of the first things I have planned is to track down Bud Adams' grave and piss on it.
If he and I end up in the same place in the afterlife, I plan to piss on him directly as well.  Fuck that fucking fuck.
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19 hours ago, henrygandorf said:

i know it's a team sport, but you really think tucker carlson gets all the trump voters?  i don't.

the worst case scenario is a young, effective politician with trump's support.  tucker is not that, and would splinter the party.

the best bet for the gop is trump running again, which is probably what will happen.

YES. They love "non-politicians" that are vicious and racist clowns! Tucker is far and away the favorite to win the 2024 GOP nomination right now. 

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10 minutes ago, wildcat09 said:

YES. They love "non-politicians" that are vicious and racist clowns! Tucker is far and away the favorite to win the 2024 GOP nomination right now. 

far and away?  according to whom?

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Just now, henrygandorf said:

far and away?  according to whom?

Me. Who do you think is more likely than him to win the GOP nomination if he decides to run for it? Trump would be favored if he ran again, but I doubt he does. Nobody else in the party right now trying to maneuver for Trump's blessing has any real appeal to his base. They fucking love Tucker though.

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6 minutes ago, wildcat09 said:

Me. Who do you think is more likely than him to win the GOP nomination if he decides to run for it? Trump would be favored if he ran again, but I doubt he does. Nobody else in the party right now trying to maneuver for Trump's blessing has any real appeal to his base. They fucking love Tucker though.

desantis is who they seem to be positioning.

until trump is dead and buried, i will still assume he's running.  and even then i'm 50-50 on it.

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2 hours ago, henrygandorf said:

until trump is dead and buried, i will still assume he's running.  and even then i'm 50-50 on it.

It was a real pain in the ass and crimped his style, and put him under a lot of scrutiny.

Instead, he's learned he can setup one or more PACs, still collect a shit-ton of money while hanging out in Florida instead of having to sit around in the White House.

If he cared about running again, he'd take his 737 or whatever it is that's sitting up in New York half-disassembled, and get it up and running.  But he's not, because he doesn't want to drop the money on it (or can't).

Always assume he will go for the easiest and laziest way out.  Playing kingmaker and collecting PAC money from the rubes is the laziest way out.  And probably provides a better ROI, since his accountants can get creative with how it's spent.

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If anybody tells you that your mask makes them uncomfortable, kindly adopt a condescending tone and tell them "Bless your heart, I'm sorry you're a snowflake and that I triggered you.  Perhaps you can lobby the government for a safe space?"

But then, be prepared when they start feeling like they should have a safe space everywhere they go. Because they are Eric Cartman, and that's exactly what he would do.

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5 minutes ago, atomheartbevo said:

It was a real pain in the ass and crimped his style, and put him under a lot of scrutiny.

Instead, he's learned he can setup one or more PACs, still collect a shit-ton of money while hanging out in Florida instead of having to sit around in the White House.

If he cared about running again, he'd take his 737 or whatever it is that's sitting up in New York half-disassembled, and get it up and running.  But he's not, because he doesn't want to drop the money on it (or can't).

Always assume he will go for the easiest and laziest way out.  Playing kingmaker and collecting PAC money from the rubes is the laziest way out.  And probably provides a better ROI, since his accountants can get creative with how it's spent.

i agree with everything you're saying, and it's probably the truth.

but his ego is everything.  and when people start announcing their intentions, his inner circle of morons will start getting in his ear about how he needs to step in to save this country.

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15 minutes ago, atomheartbevo said:

If anybody tells you that your mask makes them uncomfortable, kindly adopt a condescending tone and tell them "Bless your heart, I'm sorry you're a snowflake and that I triggered you.  Perhaps you can lobby the government for a safe space?"

Not bad. But I prefer to react by tilting my head to the right and putting my index finger up to my ear while looking the uncomfortable snowflake up and down and saying “We’ve got a non-reptilian subject who has become... aware. Send agents to Sector Charlie-Nine to apprehend. Subject is an unattractive, overweight white male and was last seen wearing unfashionable cargo shorts and an ill-fitting, soiled tee shirt with a stupid patriotic slogan on it.”

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It’s honestly an interesting thought as to what I would do if someone approached my child/myself regarding my kid wearing a mask. I am a rather laid back non confrontational dude, but I know that I have a reserve of untethered rage that is rarely tapped into. (Usually reserved for Saturday’s in the fall for the past 10+ motherfuckin cunt shit tits goat dick years). 
 

Like most fathers, anything wrt my kids is the most likely thing to set off that trigger. I’d like to think I could hold it together in front of my children but you just never know what could happen when you cross that line. 

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1 hour ago, hookemATL said:

It’s honestly an interesting thought as to what I would do if someone approached my child/myself regarding my kid wearing a mask. I am a rather laid back non confrontational dude, but I know that I have a reserve of untethered rage that is rarely tapped into. (Usually reserved for Saturday’s in the fall for the past 10+ motherfuckin cunt shit tits goat dick years). 
 

Like most fathers, anything wrt my kids is the most likely thing to set off that trigger. I’d like to think I could hold it together in front of my children but you just never know what could happen when you cross that line. 

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Holy shit, he openly opposes the immigration act of 1965? So we should only accept immigrants from northwest Europe? ...what?! Lol

Hitler admired our immigration policies prior to 1965 too!

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On 4/29/2021 at 2:57 PM, BrickHorn said:

Not bad. But I prefer to react by tilting my head to the right and putting my index finger up to my ear while looking the uncomfortable snowflake up and down and saying “We’ve got a non-reptilian subject who has become... aware. Send agents to Sector Charlie-Nine to apprehend. Subject is an unattractive, overweight white male and was last seen wearing unfashionable cargo shorts and an ill-fitting, soiled tee shirt with a stupid patriotic slogan on it.”

You know, as appealing as that sounds, you probably just gave that guy grounds to shoot you.

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In the unlikely event that an anti-mask Tuckerite accosts your child and you can’t disengage, I think the proper response is to point out some inane detail about their appearance (clothes, haircut, etc.) and loudly declare that you read a Facebook post calling that a sign of a sex trafficker and ask why a sex trafficker is harassing your child. The more confusing and irrational the better as long as you are loudly calling them a sex trafficker.

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5 hours ago, hpslugga said:

You know, as appealing as that sounds, you probably just gave that guy grounds to shoot you.

And this is why the Art Bell crowd was more fun than the Qanon idiots.

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27 minutes ago, Mole said:

In the unlikely event that an anti-mask Tuckerite accosts your child and you can’t disengage, I think the proper response is to point out some inane detail about their appearance (clothes, haircut, etc.) and loudly declare that you read a Facebook post calling that a sign of a sex trafficker and ask why a sex trafficker is harassing your child. The more confusing and irrational the better as long as you are loudly calling them a sex trafficker.

Just toss out a loud "Hey, I saw you on TV, you're not supposed to be within 200 feet of children, I'm going to call the cops on you!"

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God, I unfortunately saw a clip of the Rudy madness and what pissed me off the most was the Tucker face. Why does he do it?  Why is his thing to look confused and astonished?  My theory is it is supposed to give him the vibe of, “aw shucks, I’m just a guy trying to figure out this confusing world like the rest of the rubes that watch this absurd performance art.  I’m not really just an evil grifter!”

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13 minutes ago, Biff Tannen said:

God, I unfortunately saw a clip of the Rudy madness and what pissed me off the most was the Tucker face. Why does he do it?  Why is his thing to look confused and astonished?  My theory is it is supposed to give him the vibe of, “aw shucks, I’m just a guy trying to figure out this confusing world like the rest of the rubes that watch this absurd performance art.  I’m not really just an evil grifter!”

I've kind of wondered if it was some kind of fake "whoa, whoa, whoa, I didn't know you were going to say that, I don't know that I can support that, that's really out there" kind of vibe he was trying to give off, even though he knew full well what the person was probably going to say.

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2 hours ago, Mole said:

In the unlikely event that an anti-mask Tuckerite accosts your child and you can’t disengage, I think the proper response is to point out some inane detail about their appearance (clothes, haircut, etc.) and loudly declare that you read a Facebook post calling that a sign of a sex trafficker and ask why a sex trafficker is harassing your child. The more confusing and irrational the better as long as you are loudly calling them a sex trafficker.

In hindsight, just look at them and say "Do you know what the 17th letter of the alphabet is? Why aren't you trying to blend in my friend, don't you know, the storm is coming, and in the meantime we are to hide in plain sight and wait for the legitimate President to be sworn in."

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6 minutes ago, Bama Chick said:

Now do Trump suggesting Lysol and bleach you doll dead eyed fucksack of Salisbury steak and rage.

Not sure where Salisbury steak comes into this. It’s just a ground beef patty with gravy. Not exactly haute cuisine but it’s okay as simple comfort food on a cold, rainy day. I’d choose it before any of the processed chicken products on the Marie Callender’s menu. (Speaking of which, they didn’t even have their lasagna in the freezer the last time I was at the grocery. What’s up with that?)

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3 minutes ago, WhatTheBuck said:

Not sure where Salisbury steak comes into this. It’s just a ground beef patty with gravy. Not exactly haute cuisine but it’s okay as simple comfort food on a cold, rainy day. I’d choose it before any of the processed chicken products on the Marie Callender’s menu. (Speaking of which, they didn’t even have their lasagna in the freezer the last time I was at the grocery. What’s up with that?)

Do yourself a favor and check out Michelangelo's lasagna and other Italian entrees.  If they have em up there.

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6 minutes ago, WhatTheBuck said:

Not sure where Salisbury steak comes into this. It’s just a ground beef patty with gravy. Not exactly haute cuisine but it’s okay as simple comfort food on a cold, rainy day. I’d choose it before any of the processed chicken products on the Marie Callender’s menu. (Speaking of which, they didn’t even have their lasagna in the freezer the last time I was at the grocery. What’s up with that?)

I suspect it's because Tucker's step-mother is an heiress to the Swanson Foods fortune. 

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22 minutes ago, WhatTheBuck said:

Not sure where Salisbury steak comes into this. It’s just a ground beef patty with gravy. Not exactly haute cuisine but it’s okay as simple comfort food on a cold, rainy day. I’d choose it before any of the processed chicken products on the Marie Callender’s menu. (Speaking of which, they didn’t even have their lasagna in the freezer the last time I was at the grocery. What’s up with that?)

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8 minutes ago, TwiceHorn said:

Do yourself a favor and check out Michelangelo's lasagna and other Italian entrees.  If they have em up there.

We have it. I’ve tried it. It’s been awhile and I can’t offer an opinion. I’ll have to try it again. I generally tend toward Stouffer’s because it’s local and pretty good. (They used to even own a hotel not far from where I live.)

Currently I’m eating too much Popeyes chicken because they opened a new store a few blocks away a month or so ago. They haven’t gotten my order wrong yet. I never thought about their green beans until I heard they discontinued them and now I’d really like to try them. 

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Years ago someone died at the Michelangelo’s plant in around Round Rock, so I’d be leary of eating anything from them.  It could be Soylent Green eye-talian style. 

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2 minutes ago, Underdog said:

Years ago someone died at the Michelangelo’s plant in around Round Rock, so I’d be leary of eating anything from them.  It could be Soylent Green eye-talian style. 

Still damned tasty.  Mmmm people.

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11 minutes ago, Francisco 2.0 said:

 

 

I'm with Tucker--I also want his viewers to die as quickly as possible (whether from Covid or other source).  But I worry that he's being just a bit too over-the-top with it and they might catch on.

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On 5/4/2021 at 11:14 AM, Underdog said:

Years ago someone died at the Michelangelo’s plant in around Round Rock, so I’d be leary of eating anything from them.  It could be Soylent Green eye-talian style. 

A platter of elbows, a bowl full of knees

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14 minutes ago, Ghost of LL said:

I'm with Tucker--I also want his viewers to die as quickly as possible (whether from Covid or other source).  But I worry that he's being just a bit too over-the-top with it and they might catch on.

 

Speaking of that; I think there's a correlation between Limbaugh's death and Tucker's recent more over-the-top proclamations.   In the right wing media world, someone needs to fill Limbaugh's shoes and Tucker seemingly has decided it's there for the taking.

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Is he saying those were all vaccine reaction deaths (I mean, I know that’s what he’s implying to scare people, but does he have some crackpot source claiming this), or is he literally just saying a few thousand people have died after getting a vaccine and it’s not even necessarily caused by the vaccine?

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7 minutes ago, longhornmatt said:

Is he saying those were all vaccine reaction deaths (I mean, I know that’s what he’s implying to scare people, but does he have some crackpot source claiming this), or is he literally just saying a few thousand people have died after getting a vaccine and it’s not even necessarily caused by the vaccine?

He’s just asking questions. 

(these questions have easily verifiable answers. He knows this. He doesn’t care. His job is to stoke fear and doubt.) 

 

 

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15 minutes ago, longhornmatt said:

Is he saying those were all vaccine reaction deaths (I mean, I know that’s what he’s implying to scare people, but does he have some crackpot source claiming this), or is he literally just saying a few thousand people have died after getting a vaccine and it’s not even necessarily caused by the vaccine?

He says near the end “what is the real number who have been killed or injured BY these vaccines.” He went beyond implying to outright claiming.

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Tucker of course leaves out this little nugget about VAERS

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VAERS accepts and analyzes reports of possible health problems—also called “adverse events”—after vaccination. As an early warning system, VAERS cannot prove that a vaccine caused a problem. Specifically, a report to VAERS does not mean that a vaccine caused an adverse event. But VAERS can give CDC and FDA important information. If it looks as though a vaccine might be causing a problem, FDA and CDC will investigate further and take action if needed.

Anyone can submit a report to VAERS saying anything. 
 

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VAERS accepts reports from anyone, including patients, family members, healthcare providers and vaccine manufacturers.

 

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