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Sunday, June 4, 2017

bob <bob@nospam.net>: Jun 04 06:51PM -0400


>> bob
 
>Henry Fonda and Hepburn both won Oscars, deservedly.
>Jane Fonda was just as good.
 
you sound like my aunt. mediocre movie. winning oscars means you
checked the right PC box.
 
bob
calimero377@gmx.de: Jun 04 03:05PM -0700

On Sunday, June 4, 2017 at 10:35:42 PM UTC+2, Brian W Lawrence wrote:
> fake news. It seems to be generally 'written' by high school dropouts,
> who appear to know nothing of any consequence.
 
> They are amusing though.
 
About 95 % of NYT, WaPo, AP, CNN, ABC, NBS, CBS, NSNBC journalists vote Democrat. At FoxNews it is about one third. So they are far more diverse than those "MSM".
 
Breitbart are nutters, most are neither Dems nor GOP.
 
 
Max
bob <bob@nospam.net>: Jun 04 06:45PM -0400

On Sun, 4 Jun 2017 21:35:40 +0100, Brian W Lawrence
 
>>> What?
 
>> "what" indeed.
 
>That explains it really well.
 
thanks.
 
bob
bob <bob@nospam.net>: Jun 04 06:46PM -0400

>> who appear to know nothing of any consequence.
 
>> They are amusing though.
 
>About 95 % of NYT, WaPo, AP, CNN, ABC, NBS, CBS, NSNBC journalists vote Democrat. At FoxNews it is about one third. So they are far more diverse than those "MSM".
 
btw, i see megyn kelly has done a 180 in her political "beliefs." LOL.
no foolin.
 
bob
bob <bob@nospam.net>: Jun 04 06:47PM -0400

On Sun, 4 Jun 2017 19:58:51 +0100, Brian W Lawrence
 
>> my clinton comment was obviously sarcasm. sorry, i'll let you know
>> next time i'm joking.
 
>You always seem to be joking.
 
i figured you could tell the difference. apparently not.
 
bob
bob <bob@nospam.net>: Jun 04 06:49PM -0400

>talking about "President Merkel... or, maybe she's a Prime Minister....
>or something". Do you think someone who hasn't heard of "Chancellor
>Merkel" has any business discussing politics?
 
never heard of joey pags. try herman cain sometime.
 
>on to claim that Macron should be thanking Trump instead, that without
>Trump the french would be speaking German right now.
>Yes, these are the bright luminaries of conservative political journalism!
 
you listened to 1 idiot and you think you're being open minded? you're
not sadly.
 
interesting how these "dummies" managed to bring down 15 other
republicans and hillary though. :-)
 
bob
bob <bob@nospam.net>: Jun 04 06:50PM -0400

On Sun, 4 Jun 2017 21:51:17 +0200 (CEST), *skriptis
 
>Fox is probably most split because they want money so the cater to
> both sides. It means they're 50% right.
 
>Tucker Carlson is phenomenal intelligent and funny. Others not much.
 
tucker carlson has vastly increased the viewership since he took over
megyn kelly's time slot. i can't give the exact %, but pelle probably
knows! :-))
 
bob
calimero377@gmx.de: Jun 04 03:15PM -0700

On Sunday, June 4, 2017 at 10:01:34 PM UTC+2, TT wrote:
> calimero377@gmx.de kirjoitti 4.6.2017 klo 22:24:
> > Remember this alleged "97 % of all scientists consensus"?
 
> 100% of serious scientists most likely.
 
You are really a true believer.
Too lazy to check out this alleged study which came up with the 97-% claim. That's the point - people who lie this blatantly most probably have something to hide. And/or profit from it.
 
The climate change cult is probably the biggest Ponzi scheme in the history of mankind.
 
 
Max
bob <bob@nospam.net>: Jun 04 06:36PM -0400

On Sun, 4 Jun 2017 21:46:19 +0200 (CEST), *skriptis
> giving speeches in Berlin, all that before those NATO and G7
> meetings to steal the spotlight?
 
>Embarassing. A clown.
 
he's revealing a lack of class, something i thought he'd keep well
hidden behind the slick speeches.
 
bob
bob <bob@nospam.net>: Jun 04 06:43PM -0400


>You are really a true believer.
>Too lazy to check out this alleged study which came up with the 97-% claim. That's the point - people who lie this blatantly most probably have something to hide. And/or profit from it.
>The climate change cult is probably the biggest Ponzi scheme in the history of mankind.
 
just cause people may profit from the CO2 reduction technologies
doesn't mean they're necessarily wrong though.
 
used to be, back in the day, it was said that 95% of all scientists
think global warming is caused by people burning excess CO2. CO2 in
core samples showed direct relations between rises in temps and rises
in CO2. in came the CO2 crowd, i.e. how to lower this before the temp
rises beyond conrol to a runaway condition - glaciers melt, they quit
reflecting sunlight, they turn to water which absorbs sunlight, and on
and on.
 
i'm not sure i believe people's contribution is the main problem.
 
bob
bob <bob@nospam.net>: Jun 04 06:32PM -0400

On Sun, 4 Jun 2017 11:56:45 -0700 (PDT), Gracchus
 
>On Sunday, June 4, 2017 at 11:48:00 AM UTC-7, SliceAndDice wrote:
 
>> Handling a quality claycourter like Ramos Vindaloo who is playing very well efficiently. Agassi effect?
 
>Maybe Agassi was holding him back until now--like a racehorse you let hang back while the others burn their energy early, then all of the sudden--ZOOM! The rider touches him with the cr
 
sounds like you watched the preakness stakes.
 
bob
Gracchus <gracchado@gmail.com>: Jun 04 03:38PM -0700

On Sunday, June 4, 2017 at 3:32:32 PM UTC-7, bob wrote:
 
> >> Handling a quality claycourter like Ramos Vindaloo who is playing very well efficiently. Agassi effect?
 
> >Maybe Agassi was holding him back until now--like a racehorse you let hang back while the others burn their energy early, then all of the sudden--ZOOM! The rider touches him with the cr
 
> sounds like you watched the preakness stakes.
 
Not this year. I was thinking way back to Spectacular Bid's wins before he bottomed out at Belmont.
calimero377@gmx.de: Jun 04 03:36PM -0700

No private jets to nice conference locations, no stylish receptions and parties anymore?
 
 
Max
Shakes <kvcshake@gmail.com>: Jun 04 01:45PM -0700

On Sunday, June 4, 2017 at 1:40:36 PM UTC-7, undecided wrote:
 
> I would have liked to see Guga vs Nadal at the FO....Guga had a very fluid clay court game.
 
Yes, me too. He had a better serve and a great BH. He was tall enough to deal with the bounce.
bob <bob@nospam.net>: Jun 04 06:31PM -0400

On Sun, 4 Jun 2017 12:08:31 -0700 (PDT), Carey <carey_1959@yahoo.com>
wrote:
 
>I woulda loved to have seen this. Nadal would win of course, but Muster would get into it big time,
>and not be intimidated at all. Courier-Nadal would be fun too, but Muster... as Connors said, "that
>guy's a goddamn Marine!". Quite the comment considering the source.
 
had muster not ruined his knee, would've been better. IMO had nadal
played throughout the 90s he'd still win many FOs, but struggly far
harder to do it. courier, bruguera, guga and muster.
 
bob
Gracchus <gracchado@gmail.com>: Jun 04 03:35PM -0700

On Sunday, June 4, 2017 at 12:08:32 PM UTC-7, Carey wrote:
 
> I woulda loved to have seen this. Nadal would win of course, but Muster would get into it big time, and not be intimidated at all.
 
I wonder which one would howl the loudest. It would be like Venus vs. Sharapova an octave lower.
bob <bob@nospam.net>: Jun 04 06:33PM -0400

On Sun, 4 Jun 2017 12:36:00 -0700 (PDT), Court_1
 
>> anyone who doesn't see a difference in style of nadal from Jan-Mar VS
>> Nadal of 08-2014 isn't being very honest.
 
>Yeah, the difference is his shots are better now
 
"now" isn't jan-march. and you admitted his game was different, no
backtracking.
 
bob
jdeluise <jdeluise@gmail.com>: Jun 04 09:19PM

On Sun, 04 Jun 2017 21:29:08 +0200, *skriptis wrote:
 
> Yes they do, and yes you do, by any historical measure those
> countries are jokes that almost anyone can enter, and worse,
> stay. If you fail to admit that, you're self delusional.
 
Sounds like an unsubstantiated claim from an anonymous source. Typical.
*skriptis <skriptis@post.t-com.hr>: Jun 04 11:47PM +0200

>> countries are jokes that almost anyone can enter, and worse,
>> stay. If you fail to admit that, you're self delusional.
 
> Sounds like an unsubstantiated claim from an anonymous source. Typical.
 
How many e.g. Arabs are wandering through the streets of London
and how many through the streets of e.g. Tokyo?
 
Can you take a guess?
 
Even their mayor is not British, but Muslim.
 
But sure, claim their borders are "closed" and it's difficult to
come there.
 
 
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Gracchus <gracchado@gmail.com>: Jun 04 03:28PM -0700

On Sunday, June 4, 2017 at 3:01:03 PM UTC-7, *skriptis wrote:
> and how many through the streets of e.g. Tokyo?
 
> Can you take a guess?
 
> Even their mayor is not British, but Muslim.
 
Khan was born in the UK. Are you saying he's not British because of his religion or is it his ethnicity? That sounds very racist, skriptis. Have you ever been involved in ethnic cleansing?
jdeluise <jdeluise@gmail.com>: Jun 04 08:52PM

On Sun, 04 Jun 2017 23:36:52 +0300, TT wrote:
 
> I agree. Indeed it makes Trump look really stupid to pick a city which
> voted to stay with Paris agreement...
 
But the people he's speaking to don't care about any of that "fake news".
*skriptis <skriptis@post.t-com.hr>: Jun 04 11:01PM +0200


>> So unintelligent.
 
> I agree. Indeed it makes Trump look really stupid to pick a city which
> voted to stay with Paris agreement...
 
 
You're hopeless.
 
 
He could have said e.g. Pennsylvania but that's not a city so it
would make nonsensical comparison.
 
The point is nationalist agenda vs globalist one.
 
Saying Texas would be twice as stupid as it's neither s city and
they always vote republican snyway.
 
Since silent majority won him the presidency, e.g. wins like those
in Pennsylvania, so using that as an example is appropriate. But
you don't compare city with a state.
 
He aimed to underline that, as Paris agreement is a globalist shit.
 
Therefore Pittsburg vs Paris. Makes perfect sense.
 
 
 
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bob <bob@nospam.net>: Jun 04 06:27PM -0400

>> manufacturing or the coal industry.
 
>lol
 
>Not to mention that Clinton won Pittsburgh, and was for Paris agreement.
 
yet she lost pennsylvania, which was the state that put trump over 270
at 2am. pennsylvania is a steel and coal state. hillary said she would
demolish steel and coal jobs, however "replace them with something
else." she lost.
 
bob
calimero377@gmx.de: Jun 04 03:09PM -0700

On Sunday, June 4, 2017 at 10:19:01 PM UTC+2, Pelle Svanslös wrote:
 
> http://edition.cnn.com/2017/06/03/opinions/inexhaustible-egos-of-donald-trump-and-hillary-clinton-opinion-dantonio/index.html
 
> :)
 
> You can read the Hillary portion of it from the link.
 
 
 
The world's leading companies profit from the climate change cult. Small businesses suffer, though.
 
So no wonder those private jet CEOs agree with jet-setter Al Gore. As do all those state-subsidies-munching "scientists". Are you naive or what??
 
 
Max
bob <bob@nospam.net>: Jun 04 06:25PM -0400

On Sun, 04 Jun 2017 23:18:57 +0300, Pelle Svanslös <pelle@svans.los>
wrote:
 
>Paris climate treaty into something like a beauty pageant, with suspense
>built into his process and a court of lesser-beauties enlisted to praise
>him.
 
what suspense? you didn't know he was going to pull the USA out of it?
he's been saying it for a year.
 
bob
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