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  1. Donald J. Trump, 45th US President of the United States

    At least GOP had the heart to unanimously reject Putin's proposal to send McFaul to Russia for 'questioning.' He would've returned like Otto Warmbier, if he came back at all.
  2. Home Equity Line of Credit and Real Estate Investing

    It's something I would like to do. But would be hesitant for that reason. An associate talks about wanting to do it all the time so that's where I've developed the interest. Also, as a young person who doesn't have a house yet for a couple glaringly obvious reasons, I don't even think something like this is feasible, practical to do.
  3. Donald J. Trump, 45th US President of the United States

    He fought in both the Pacific and European theaters. Some say he killed fitty men.
  4. Donald J. Trump, 45th US President of the United States

    yeah they do. I see disgruntled voters professing dreams of "the blue wave" all the time every time this subject comes up. The same wave that didn't come when it was all on the line. It's not a sure thing, but do expect to be disappointed.
  5. Donald J. Trump, 45th US President of the United States

    The Left keeps thinking there will be some great awakening in November after having Trump as president for two years now. Why? Was the prospect of Dotard winning the presidency not enough, Republicans controlling all major branches of government? People needed to see the gong show unfold first hand? The same concerns most had then are the same concerns now and people voted for Republicans anyway. Unlikely much is going to change, especially now that the electoral college handed the keys to dictator Donny and with the Russians throwing propaganda all over social media..
  6. Donald J. Trump, 45th US President of the United States

    #irregularmigration
  7. Donald J. Trump, 45th US President of the United States

    Should create a Trump thread memorial to all of these guys. Would be interesting to look back on this thread a year from now and see all the victims.
  8. The Elder Scrolls VI Announcement

    lol
  9. The Workout Thread

    I get that. So was I when I started. But you got those preassembled barbells. I, or most people cannot use those given where we are lifting. String bean can. Or dumbbell squat. Respectfully of course, always, as mentioned I was super small too, not a naturally big person at all.
  10. Donald J. Trump, 45th US President of the United States

    Waiting on those Reagan tax cuts and trickle down like,
  11. Donald J. Trump, 45th US President of the United States

    Not surprised how some of the right is now sort of, kind of, slowly drifting towards Russian interference, but of course blaming Obama now for that. The same interference that as of yesterday never happened. Not collusion though, nope, no way! Just interference, or 'meddling.' The pool of innocence the Trump Administration professes to be in continually shrinks. Soon we'll be down to, "Okay, there was collusion, but is that reeeeally a crime if Donald does it?"
  12. Donald J. Trump, 45th US President of the United States

    Not saying either these whataboutisms aren't always incorrect, but if that's always the go-to defense for the indefensible, next to "shut up, libtard", then people really are scraping the bottom of the barrel. Desperation mode activated.
  13. Welcome to Vancouver losers (Macleans Magazine article)

    My childhood friend's family did that as they own a huge blueberry farm. The big farm house they built 15 years ago must be valued at millions now. Anyway, you really couldn't be any worse off than now by doing the whole generational household thing. They are smart in that regard. You can see other results of that, such as: half of those kids also driving vehicles they could never otherwise afford because 1) they never really have to save any money for housing if they get to live at home indefinitely, 2) parents, relatives spoil them. The benefits of pooling money.
  14. Anyway, that sounds kind of like deja vu. In reality, you have never experienced this particular moment at some earlier point in time. I believe I remember reading that the electrical pulses in your brain get caught briefly in almost a loop type fashion so they are processed differently and then you're like, "woah, I've been here or done this before.." Of course depending who you ask - this is evidence that the universe is merely a computer simulation and your deja vu is a programming bug, or glitch.