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  1. 15 hours ago, Flashermac said:

    We knew they would be going after Pence too. How else are they going to take over the White House without an election?  If both Trump and Pence are booted out of office, guess who becomes president. That's right, Nancy Pelosi! My liberal fruitcake sister has even told me she can't wait for that to happen.   :yay::chili::tuxedo:

    If the Dems could manage to pull that off, right or wrong, you really would see a civil war in the USA, and the Dems aren't the folks with guns. Are they so blind that they can't see that? They could probably get away with dumping just Trump, but no way they could by seizing the White House but such a method.

    Leaving personalities aside, simply getting rid of the criminals ought to be top of the agenda, oh wait....


  2. for all the Trumpanzees, this is one of the very many chickens, strutting through the door of the roost, as they come home...

     

    The prosecutor personally selected by Attorney General William Barr to investigate the origins of the Mueller probe says he can't find any evidence to support the theory that the probe was a setup by American intelligence agencies. U.S. Attorney John Durham was contacted by the office of DOJ Inspector General Michael Horowitz and asked whether a Maltese professor who had early contact with the Trump campaign was actually a U.S. intelligence asset. U.S. intelligence have agencies denied the claim, and Durham informed Horowitz's office that his investigation had also produced no evidence to support it. The previously unreported interaction between Horowitz and Durham is documented in a draft of Horowitz's forthcoming report on the Russia investigation, which argues that the FBI did have sufficient evidence to launch the investigation in the first place. (Washington Post / CNN / The Hill)

     

     


  3. 2 hours ago, chocolat steve said:

    Two things. Foreign leaders have two general opinions on Trump. 1. He's intellectually lacking, a buffoon and/or 2. He's dangerous. 

    Second thing. Trump may be the fist U.S. President ever where a majority of the people either have no issue or support foreign leaders, especially allies, mocking him. 

    As to the second, I'm not saying its right, but I'm saying that's the current state of things. I personally don't think its a good thing obviously but I can't argue that they are off base. 

    https://www.yahoo.com/news/trump-trudeau-two-faced-nato-leaders-video-mocking-him-145111328.html

    But the electoral college has decided (Yes, I did not say voters. More voted for Clinton) and Trump is the leader. We need to address the electoral college. When the majority of people can't elect its own leader there is something deeply wrong. Its un-democratic. A Republican has not been elected with a majority of the population since 1988 to put that in its proper context. 

    I should say, special mention, thanks for the link,

     

    Any Trumpanzees that still think The Orange One is God the Light and the Way, should ask themselves, how do you accomplish anything good, when you are the laughing stock of the world?


  4. Steve, againilly, wot you said...

    I think you are more perceptive, than 40% of your countrymen and if 'merica had Knighthoods, you should get one, for your considered and fact based opinions.

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    And this continuation on a theme ::

    Why is it, that when Trump speaks to Erdoğan, something good happens for Putin?

    Could it be that Trump can't be seen speaking to Putin anymore? because all the Americans are getting upset, every time Trump takes his instructions?

    I predict something good for Putin, a little way down the track, or Trump is getting advice, from Putin, on this looming disaster that is the Impeachment thing.

     

    1. Trump met privately with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan for an unscheduled meeting on the sidelines of the NATO summit in London. They discussed trade, energy, and the importance that both countries fulfill their alliance commitments. The meeting was not open to U.S. media. (Bloomberg)

    "They discussed trade, energy, and the importance that both countries fulfil their alliance commitments. " Like fuck they did.

    Secret meetings, always a good place to get instructions.

     


  5. And from the "Trump never fails to deny the truth and thereto provide amusement to thinking people" file ::

     

    On Tuesday, Mr Trump was pressed about his views on Britain's Prince Andrew stepping down from his royal duties amid backlash over his association with convicted paedophile Jeffrey Epstein.

    "I don't know him, no," Mr Trump said, shaking his head, at a press conference on the sidelines of the NATO summit in London.

    "I don't know Prince Andrew, but it's a tough story, it's a very tough story."

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  6. Trump at NATO  he thinks he's King of the world now. If it wasn't for him, we'd all  be fighting WW III

    Witch Hunt 

    Not talking about British Election but he'd win it for them if he wanted to.

    Then he started to regurgitate intelligence on "thousands of people being killed in IRAN", that's why they cut off the Internet.

    China Trade Deal, great deal but only if he (Trump) wants to do it.... Best deal, everyone will be surprised.  He want's to wait till after the (Presidential) election to do the China deal...


  7. I still say

    Trees and animals → swamp → buried swamp → very deep hole in the ground → millions of years → now oil in deep hole in ground → drilling by humans → make petrol, plastic bags and LP records → use plastic bags to carry shopping → bury plastic bags in hole in ground → wait a million years → perfect definition of recycling 

    though not strictly vegan as there are animals in that swamp rotting away in the first place

    And the problem is not the plastic bags, it's the people throwing them on the ground. In NZ you can walk for miles and miles and miles and never see a plastic bag, if you do it's dropped  by a Thai tourist. Look at any rice field in LOS and Laos and wot yer got?

    Why not ban rice fields? No rice fields in NZ, no plastic bags on ground....


  8. 7 hours ago, cavanami said:

    So what is your solution? you do all this criticizing but offer zero solutions! OK, got it...orange man bad...

    Correct, orange man bad... And 'all you do is criticizing'  - Cav you may not have noticed, STEVE IS NOT THE POTUS, so Steve can't do this, the POTUS can. And what the POTUS does is put children in cages.  

    To Pre-empt your next comment, - POTUS is not as bad as Stalin.

    7 hours ago, cavanami said:

    I worked with a Japanese-American that was put in a camp. His parents lost everything. The reparations  paid were next to nothing. My fellow workmate was somewhere out in the desert and he said he would have been better off in the detention centers, cages as you wrongly call them, but we got it, everything orange man does is bad...

    So putting people in cages/camps is Bad - we agree - and you keep saying everything orange man does is bad... I have to agree with you


  9. 12 hours ago, Flashermac said:

    Which Pattaya are they talking about? The nightlife goes on as usual. But Pattaya is a large city these days, and the nightlife is only a very small part of it. Outside of the nightlife areas, Pattaya late in the evening has always been "dead".

    Meanwhile, back on the topic ...

    https://www.bbc.com/news/av/world-asia-china-50596011/hong-kong-protesters-celebrate-thanksgiving

    I'm sure that one of Emperor for Life Xi's biggest fears is that the evil notion of human rights and democracy may infect other parts of the PRC and destroy the easy life that the Communist Party poohahs have so long enjoyed.  :yikes:

    And it shall ever be so, read same same for everyone with a bit of power, Royals, Yanks, NZ'ers and so on...


  10. Steve, your last two posts - Wot you said.

    I agree, whole heartedly, Cav is hypocritical, if we go back through this thread we will find, that Cav was the first, to loudly and and without basis, attack Michelle and her kids.

    Then he has the unhinged gall to say this in his postabove

    15 hours ago, cavanami said:

    Let's attack, defame and slander women and children... WOW, we have a few real men here... NOT!!!

     

    Some of you may know the author of the below:

    Well, for us Yanks it has begun…Thanksgiving…a holiday somehow celebrating the commencement of the genocide against the first wave of American immigrants by subsequent manifest destiny types in the 15 &1600s

    …couple of hundred years later Abe Lincoln thought the troops needed a day off and a good feed so he made it a national holiday…later corporate government forces reinforced it by sponsoring parades and shit to start the Xmas/new years season bingeing

    …Canadia even jumps the Yanks guns by doing their own version earlier….figure it gets colder earlier there…


  11. I heard the Hong Kong Ambassador to the UK, being talked to on "Hard Talk". The host gave him a real good dressing down. But if I am objective about the performance, I have to give the Ambassador credit, for holding up his end.

    But in the end, it's like what I say about Lao Politics, compared to Western Politics.

    The same kinds of people, doing the same kinds of things and saying the same obfuscated bullshit lies, for the same (usually) self interested and corrupt motives.

    I really do think, we should take the control of our societies, away from the politicians. Or if we have to have them, perhaps a democracy should have more 51% majority referendums, and a leader could be voted out at any time in the term, with a 60% majority vote in the senate/parliament/pub/PlaySkool.

    On the lack of nightlife in Hong Kong, that you've been speaking of:

    Wot about Pattaya? via Thai Visa - Pattaya is Dead


  12. I agree with Steve, and like him, I have no problem with her methods to enrich herself. Jeez I'd do her, but the eyes ...

    We all know women who used their greatest talents to rise in society.

    And even though the basic equation, is that wealth flows from Man to Woman in most relationships, you could argue that it is a matter of degree and it's an arbitrary line we draw, that distinguishes a normal woman from a whore. And men too, for those that can't think, in the general conceptual space.

    My money is on her screwing her way to the top. There's no way that she came from the background that she did and by chance and talent, got to marry a (purported) billionaire.


  13. Happy Thanksgiving you 'mericans...

     

    Apple slammed by Ukraine for marking Crimea as part of Russia - I'm ashamed to be an Apple fan boy. And in other Apple developments, Apple is now reviewing and rconstructing it's testing process after the slap dash and bug ridden IOS 13 roll out. When they start again with the testing regime, you know something's f*cked.

    My Apple using people I know, all agree, Apple software no longer 'just works'-  it's now much more like Windows, constant iterative bug fixes that never get to the bottom of the "features".

     

    and this is real, how low is America prepared to go?

    from his very own post

    on his very own twitter account

    twit?   https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/1199718185865535490

     

     

     

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  14. Official Secrets (2019)

    The true story of a British whistleblower who leaked information to the press about an illegal NSA spy operation designed to push the UN Security Council into sanctioning the 2003 invasion of Iraq.

    Keira Knightley, Matthew Goode, Matt Smith, Ralph Fiennes, Rhys Ifans, Tamsin Greig.

    Keira no longer looks like a High Class Heroin Hooker, she's put on a bit of weight at age 34 and it suits her. Her performance as the lead is very good.

    This telling of the true story, has quite a lot of intersections, with real life events, in the modern international reality, of politicians ruining it for the rest of us.


  15. We've got Argentinian steak houses  in NZ too, even in Vientiane.

    They operate on seeming to give you vast chunks of BBQ'd meat, at reasonable prices. But most people don't really eat more than about 200gms of meat at a sitting and when the bill comes, it's not outrageous, but more than you first thought.

    As to the eye watering price in LOS, well, yes, TIT


  16. Yes Cav, Donnie has very right to "ask" about anything. "Where's that woman? you know the model, Melanie, something? She has a son, together...."

    So do I, "What about the vast Criminal enterprise the Trumps have been operating since they grifted their way to the best seats at the trough?"


  17. 6 hours ago, chocolat steve said:

    Bloomberg will never get elected or even win the Democrat nomination. The party is going left and he's not left. Also, he will never win the Black vote and it's vital they have a large black turnout in Ohio, Pennsylvania, Michigan and even in Milwaukee country in Wisconsin. That won't happen with Bloomberg. His 'stop and frisk' program conducted by the police in NYC is akin to Hillary's crime bill. There is still a fair amount of anti-semitism in America, specifically the red states. When you hear the term 'global elite' or 'coastal elite' its a dog whistle for rich Jews. Ann Coulter an early Trump supporter has unashamedly said what the dog whistle meant. The hypocrisy and dichotomy of the religious right is that they are pro Israel zealots but antisemitic to American jews. 

    Doesn't matter who is in the White House for the Dems, their leadership won't go for the jugular They are pussies. They are using Marquis of Queensbury rules in a WWE wrestling match against Vince McMahon. 

    Heh heh, sorry my earlier post was confusing, I had to read it again.

    What I was trying to say in my obscure manner, was that Bloomberg is working for the Republicans and a figurative Paper Tiger.

    If he get's traction, he further divides the Democratic field. If the deplorables, come out for him in polling, he could suddenly go public as a Republican. Remember Trump was a Dem.

    Again, I reckon a list of who he's been meeting with over the last year, would be revealing.

    Republican rule # 1 - don't lose power, not even a little bit.


  18. 55555... thanks for that, made my day.

    I had a friend who was into HIFI and he spent ridiculous money on gear. Some was obviously good stuff, like valve amps, and even I could hear the benefit, of $30,000 electrostatic speakers, but this cable stuff was stupid. He even had a mat made from sheet copper, (think kitchen foil only copper) that cost him $300 to sit the Amp on.

     

    Cav!  protect your cat!

     

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