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  1. The WSJ isn't "left." I'm honestly shocked and dumbfounded that they of all groups aren't hearing the "I'd" in the tape. Kinda nice to see them capable of calling out Trump. I just think they picked a bad time to do so. I'm referring to the army of liberals who have seized upon this story and run with it. Making a big deal out of bullshit like this delegitimizes actual claims about actual wrongdoing. Which part is coy? The end of the tape when he says "I have relationships with people. I think you people would be surprised."? Again, just my opinion, but I think he's just pumping himself up as usual, claiming that he's on better terms with foreign leaders than the MSM gives him credit for.
  2. I hate Trump with the fire of a thousand suns, but to me it sounds like he's clearly saying "I'd probably have." "I probably have..." doesn't even make sense. Not that that means anything when it's Trump, but still. It sounds like he was bragging about himself, per usual, and was just throwing out random dumbfuck hypotheticals about how surely he'd get along famously with anyone lucky enough to encounter him. The Left does shit like this to their own detriment, by giving a shred of legitimacy to the Right's claims of "fake news."
  3. The "hundred women" quote is from "Fire and Fury." It wasn't a statement released after their spat.
  4. Governor of Missouri admits to affair

    lol. I almost typed that exact thing, but figured I'd leave the alley oop for someone else to slam home.
  5. Governor of Missouri admits to affair

    A lot of my Missouri friends thought this dude would be president one day.
  6. Of course Trump left at half and missed the epic ending of one of the greatest games in CFB history. This is the sports version of putting ketchup on well-done steak.
  7. She doesn't seem like a raving lunatic, though. I can overlook Dr. Oz if it means Trump leaves office. We may have entered a new era in which only celebrities get elected for our highest offices. If that's the case, bring on the Oprah/TheRock ticket. I'll take that over Kid Rock/Nugent, and I'll take damn near anything over Trump.
  8. I don't know how this is possible at this point, but I continue to be utterly mortified by how petty and self-aggrandizing Trump is in LITERALLY EVERYTHING he says.
  9. Fuck what anyone else thinks. Start small, make tiny lifestyle tweaks, and build momentum. You got it, dawg.
  10. I'm the exact same way. If I'm doing some menial task around the house, 9 outta 10 times I've got The Office, Parks & Rec, or Always Sunny on in the background. It's comfort food with old friends at this point.
  11. People are less likely to change horses mid-military conflict. He knows that.
  12. It was a different show without Carrell, but I never quit loving it. It ended well. Not sure what's left to achieve.
  13. I think the confusion is a result of the different ways people interpret the expression "slut shaming." Some people view it as "calling someone a slut." Other people view it as "acknowledging someone is doing Behavior X, and saying this Behavior is slutty." "Becky is a slut" vs "Becky is wearing a short skirt, ergo she must be a slut." We're getting deep into the semantic weeds here. We should all just take a deep breath, relax, step back, and apply for Canadian citizenship.
  14. What am I missing? Why is the slut-shaming comment a big deal? From wiki: "Slut-shaming is the practice of criticizing women and girls who are perceived to violate expectations of behavior and appearance regarding issues related to sexuality. Exmaples are violating dress code policies by dressing in perceived sexually provocative ways, requesting access to birth control, having premarital, casual, or promiscuous sex, engaging in prostitution..." By implying Gillibrand would show up to his office asking for favors in exchange for... "something," isn't he essentially implying she's attempting to engage in sexually shameful behavior? Also, more importantly, D1P Canadians - which would be better: Vancouver or Canmore?
  15. His use of the third person is the most disgusting aspect of his character.
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