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Wednesday, June 7, 2017

The Brunei Bindlestiff <unifarva@gmail.com>: Jun 07 07:12AM -0700

deffrinuely no surprise med..
"Aldrichtom" <Aldrichtom@stilllost.com>: Jun 07 06:51PM

Chad has been nothing but kind
robert stickler <rjs2084@aol.com>: Jun 07 12:45PM -0700

He's a good guy
" %" <persent@gmail.com>: Jun 07 11:26AM -0700

robert stickler wrote:
> Nope
 
i already said you are
robert stickler <rjs2084@aol.com>: Jun 07 12:44PM -0700

Are what?
fitnessforyou2002@yahoo.com: Jun 07 04:55AM -0700

On Wednesday, June 7, 2017 at 1:24:23 AM UTC-4, The Chad wrote:
 
> As well as elementary schools.
 
> And movie sets.
 
> And Subway stores.
 
 
The two of you really should just go get a hotel room somewhere.
Janithor <Janithor@comcast.net>: Jun 07 12:01PM -0700

x-no-archive: yes
 
 
>> And movie sets.
 
>> And Subway stores.
 
> The two of you really should just go get a hotel room somewhere.
 
Better that than down range from when you finally go postal.
robert stickler <rjs2084@aol.com>: Jun 07 12:41PM -0700

Postal?
"Jason Todd!!!" <janklowicz24@yahoo.com>: Jun 07 07:35AM -0700

On Wednesday, March 2, 2016 at 12:58:25 AM UTC-5, Jason Todd!!! wrote:
> Six months later, things are even worser:
 
> Gov. Sam Brownback cuts higher education as Kansas tax receipts fall $53 million short
 
> Read more here: http://www.kansascity.com/news/politics-government/article63347152.html#storylink=cpy
 
aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaand after another 13 months of this bullshit, the Kansas legislature unloads a big pile of Fuck You Motherfucker on Brownback!
 
 
https://www.vox.com/policy-and-politics/2017/6/7/15753510/kansas-brownback-tax-reform
 
 
epublican lawmakers in Kansas put an end to the state's failed tax-reform experiment on Tuesday, overriding the governor's veto after three attempts to pass a tax-hiking bill this year.
 
The new law raises income and business taxes closer to pre-reform levels — a move Republicans had been resisting for years. But pressure had been mounting to do something. The drastic tax cuts enacted five years ago left the state in a fiscal mess, unable to balance its budget and properly fund its public schools.
 
Gov. Sam Brownback's signature tax reform closely mirrors the tax plan that President Donald Trump is trying to get through Congress. In fact, they were designed by the same supply-side economists.
 
While the new Kansas law doesn't roll back all the elements of the tax plan, it eliminates most of them, including the most controversial one: the zero tax rate for owner-operated businesses. The change was intended to spur business investment and expansion, but instead, it created massive tax avoidance, according to researchers.
 
The fate of Kansas's tax experiment provides many clues about what could happen if Congress goes along with Trump's vision for tax reform.
 
jason
Trijcomm <trijcomm@yahoo.com>: Jun 07 08:30AM -0700

On Wednesday, June 7, 2017 at 9:35:28 AM UTC-5, Jason Todd!!! wrote:
 
> While the new Kansas law doesn't roll back all the elements of the tax plan, it eliminates most of them, including the most controversial one: the zero tax rate for owner-operated businesses. The change was intended to spur business investment and expansion, but instead, it created massive tax avoidance, according to researchers.
 
> The fate of Kansas's tax experiment provides many clues about what could happen if Congress goes along with Trump's vision for tax reform.
 
> jason
 
BWAHAHAHAHAH! Vox? VOX? Seems to me you could have actually presented a somewhat more legitimate news source than THIS! Is this the kind of stuff you read to get your news fix? If so, you are an even bigger aluminum foil antenna freak than I dreamed possible! Vox. BWAHAHAHAHAH!
"Jason Todd!!!" <janklowicz24@yahoo.com>: Jun 07 10:02AM -0700

On Wednesday, June 7, 2017 at 11:30:40 AM UTC-4, Trijcomm wrote:
 
> > The fate of Kansas's tax experiment provides many clues about what could happen if Congress goes along with Trump's vision for tax reform.
 
> > jason
 
> BWAHAHAHAHAH! Vox? VOX? Seems to me you could
 
So, you're saying the story is a lie?
 
Jason
Trijcomm <trijcomm@yahoo.com>: Jun 07 10:32AM -0700

On Wednesday, June 7, 2017 at 12:03:01 PM UTC-5, Jason Todd!!! wrote:
 
> > BWAHAHAHAHAH! Vox? VOX? Seems to me you could
 
> So, you're saying the story is a lie?
 
> Jason
 
I wouldn't trust ANYTHING that Vox wrote and your final quote from that propaganda piece shows exactly why. Anyone who has ANY kind of intellect for this kind of thing knows you should take your information from a reputable source before you present your case or else you look like a fool and a lightweight. The fact that you didn't shows that you apparently don't use anything close to reputable sources for even the most basic information. That makes you a fake news kook.
"Aldrichtom" <Aldrichtom@stilllost.com>: Jun 07 07:52PM

On 7-Jun-2017, wrote:
 
> and a lightweight. The fact that you didn't shows that you apparently
> don't use anything close to reputable sources for even the most basic
> information. That makes you a fake news kook.
 
Actually is this argument you are correct, too many people have taken to
these little league blogs to play in the big league
"Aldrichtom" <Aldrichtom@stilllost.com>: Jun 07 07:57PM

Here try this
 
http://www.kansasbudget.com/
 
That's a start
Trijcomm <trijcomm@yahoo.com>: Jun 07 07:55AM -0700

Apparently WWE was running short on time during the PPV and wanted to give the main event its full allotment so the Bayley/Bliss match took the hit. As a result, they cut out a good portion of Bayley's offense to get it down to five minutes. As a result, they made Bayley look extremely, extremely weak vs. Bliss and thus created a much, much bigger hole for her to climb out of to reclaim any sense of being on a championship level. The loss was so huge it now looks like Bayley is a JTTS, especially after two previous losses to Bliss. Bliss looks very, very good right now and the WWE has every reason to give her a huge push and I am sure they believe they can redo her just as they redid Lesnar after two failing confrontations with Goldberg. However, it looks like they have a little more work to do than they thought they would have originally.
 
I found it very interesting that Zayn got on and immediately played up Nakamura's "charisma." Gee, wasn't that just what this NG was saying that he lacked? Is it possible that the WWE saw this as well and got Zayn in there to "rebut" the internet scuttlebutt?
 
So Cass and Enzio are going to break up. It was made pretty obvious that Enzio is goig to have some heat on him when Booker T said during the Enzio/Big Show tag team bout, "Whoever tags with Enzio is gonna have to do most of the work." It paves the way for Enzio to be legitimately seen as "the weak link" of the team seeing that they have never had a title run and it is Enzio who always gets pinned and holds the team back.
"Aldrichtom" <Aldrichtom@stilllost.com>: Jun 07 07:47PM

> most of the work." It paves the way for Enzio to be legitimately seen as
> "the weak link" of the team seeing that they have never had a title run
> and it is Enzio who always gets pinned and holds the team back.
 
Cass is a good stand alone wrestler and has been held back by Enzio
Enzio would make a good manager
Trijcomm <trijcomm@yahoo.com>: Jun 07 08:07AM -0700

On Wednesday, June 7, 2017 at 2:53:26 AM UTC-5, Jason Todd!!! wrote:
 
> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t4XQ7-vaXG8
 
> http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/house-dem-drafting-articles-of-impeachment-for-trump/ar-BBCbZBE?ocid=spartandhp
 
> Jason
 
Rock's interview was a long time ago and it shows how much we all change in 15 years. That's the only message I took away from that. As for the Demwit continual kookout over Trump, this just proves how nutty the Demwits are. They were demanding Trump's impeachment the day he got elected. What a joke. They can't ever get over the fact they lost the election. Reminds me of kiddos who cry over a John Cena loss.
 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QTYLCPigZS4
"Jason Todd!!!" <janklowicz24@yahoo.com>: Jun 07 10:04AM -0700

On Wednesday, June 7, 2017 at 11:07:34 AM UTC-4, Trijcomm wrote:
 
> > http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/house-dem-drafting-articles-of-impeachment-for-trump/ar-BBCbZBE?ocid=spartandhp
 
> > Jason
 
> Rock's interview was a long time ago and it shows how much we all change in 15 years. That's the only message I took away from that. As for the Demwit continual kookout over Trump, this just proves how nutty the Demwits are. They were demanding Trump's impeachment the day he got elected.
 
Like you weren't steadily coming up with one thing after another?? "Solyndra!Soyndra!" "Fast and Furious! Impeach him!! BLAAAAAAAAAAAAAARGH!!"
 
You mean like that??

 
Jason
Trijcomm <trijcomm@yahoo.com>: Jun 07 10:29AM -0700

On Wednesday, June 7, 2017 at 12:04:50 PM UTC-5, Jason Todd!!! wrote:
 
> Like you weren't steadily coming up with one thing after another?? "Solyndra!Soyndra!" "Fast and Furious! Impeach him!! BLAAAAAAAAAAAAAARGH!!"
 
> You mean like that??
 
> Jason
 
You truly are living in a Bizzarro-like dream world. What does Solyndra have to do with ANY of this and why do you pick that disaster out of all the huge mistakes made by the Obama administration? There were very, very few calls for the impeachment of Obama from conservatives -- not that it should or could have been done for a myriad of reasons but because they were able to hang Obama like an albatross around the necks of every Demwit who ran for office from the Senate to the House to county commissioner and run up huge wins in elections. Anybody who follows this kind of thing at all realizes that. But apparently you don't. That's why you are such a lightweight.
"Aldrichtom" <Aldrichtom@stilllost.com>: Jun 07 07:42PM

This from your article
 
The articles have little chance of seeing the light of day in a House
chamber controlled by Republicans, who have rallied behind Trump amid
multiple investigations into ties between Russia and members of the
president's inner circle. But Green's gambit highlights the growing
apprehension many Democrats have towards the president, and it's sure to
energize a liberal base that's sounded the impeachment alarm with increasing
volume as the Russia saga has evolved.
hobbyfan@yahoo.com: Jun 07 06:58AM -0700

On Tuesday, June 6, 2017 at 9:37:09 AM UTC-4, Pope Acolyte Of Glorious La Parka~, Master Of Men And Lover Of Women wrote:
 
> http://www.foxnews.com/opinion/2017/06/05/high-school-art-display-burn-in-hell-trump.html
 
Actually, Shenendehowa is a private school that can recruit kids from all over the surrounding region. That's why they have multiple campuses, and have all the amenities needed for sports that other schools in my area don't. Causes quite a bit of envy with other schools.
 
Saw a piece on this on Spectrum News this morning. President Dum-Dum is that much of a polarizing figure. Maybe he should hire Dink to be his next press secretary if he decides to get rid of Spicer.
hobbyfan@yahoo.com: Jun 07 06:54AM -0700

> Go to hell with your pathetic, ignorant, trolling and condescending bullshit.
 
> I love how you project like a flashlight on a foggy evening, though.
> Really does show your sad assed life.
 
Does the phrase, "look in the mirror" mean anything to you, LanaCain? Take responsibility for your own failings and stop projecting on everyone else. You hate Chad, Robby, and probably everyone else. Seek therapy.
hobbyfan@yahoo.com: Jun 07 04:58AM -0700

On Wednesday, June 7, 2017 at 12:05:45 AM UTC-4, robert wrote:
 
> > ]]**SOB**[[
 
> > Jason
 
> vince seems to have his group of " guys" that he likes and he pushes them to no end, while burying all the other talent.
 
First of all, Nakamura won a non-title match vs. the US champ. Baron Corbin attacked afterward to set up a match for next week. Don't sweat it.
fitnessforyou2002@yahoo.com: Jun 07 04:57AM -0700


> "Yes, we're adding jobs," said Economos. "Yes we're adding a lot of support business. We've met with over 10 different vendors that will be working with Eagle Rock Studios Atlanta. So just the trickle-down effect will be fantastic for this area."
 
> Georgia is also planning on turning the Civic Center into another movie studio as well. The project plans include film and television studios surrounded by a performing arts center, a hotel, and a mix of residential, office and retail space, which could transform the downtown Civic Center property into a regional tourist destination. It is one of the more ambitious concepts to emerge so far as the city prepares to put the 19-acre Boisfeuillet Jones Atlanta Civic Center site on the market - yet another project that demonstrates the booming film & television industry here in Georgia.
 
> In November, Pinewood studios announced they will be doubling the size of their studios, expanding the Georgia Film Industry.
 
 
I wonder if Chadlee ever gets a headache from those cricket noises?
"we haven't gotten rid of the j-ewws yet" <jews@r.eww>: Jun 07 10:58AM

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xhs5VKP1oYw
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