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Kenshin2kx #10921 Posted Yesterday, 09:28 PM

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View PostDaigensui, on Jul 25 2017 - 07:22, said:

*Laughs at UK's sucky weather when compared to Vancouver*

 

Nice temp range ... very similar (if a tad cooler than say San Francisco).  

godofdun #10922 Posted Yesterday, 09:39 PM

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View PostKilljoyCutter, on Jul 25 2017 - 13:06, said:

 

Yeah... it's not like this makes me feel any sympathy for Sessions... Sessions and Trump richly deserve each other. 

 

 

I'd include all the other high level Republicans and the ones that have stayed silent as well.



CaptianNemo_VA_ #10923 Posted Yesterday, 11:25 PM

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The files I have been copying are finished, but I changed my mind. Wont be releasing them . Sorry.



Probably going to start in on copying a few other series.

Nemo.



Avalon304 #10924 Posted Yesterday, 11:33 PM

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View PostKilljoyCutter, on Jul 25 2017 - 06:41, said:

 

15500 battles... you'd had to have rerolled a long time ago...  :facepalm:

 

I mean... I pointed out that this account was created in 2012, but he seemed to think that rerolling was based on the number of battles, and not account age...

DerViktim #10925 Posted Yesterday, 11:49 PM

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View PostAvalon304, on Jul 25 2017 - 17:33, said:

 

I mean... I pointed out that this account was created in 2012, but he seemed to think that rerolling was based on the number of battles, and not account age...

 

Sounds like the guy didn't even know what re-rolling means...

Avalon304 #10926 Posted Yesterday, 11:54 PM

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View PostDerViktim, on Jul 25 2017 - 15:49, said:

 

Sounds like the guy didn't even know what re-rolling means...

 

I dont think he did. What was more confusing is the battle that prompted this was one the he won. He was surprised that I didnt try to reset the cap in my UDES, when he was in an IS-6 and he still had a T29 buddy and his team still had arty. Like... why would I engage against two tanks that just have to hit me to cause damage, especially when I cant out range them (Sacred Valley, south cap, looking in from the south).

Starne #10927 Posted Today, 12:01 AM

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View PostKilljoyCutter, on Jul 25 2017 - 14:53, said:

The purge is also beginning in the West Wing, with Scarramucci on a witch-hunt for "leakers" and those who are "unpatriotic" and "disloyal".

 

Yes, let's fire members of the press office for talking to the press.

 

Don't worry though, in an expression of Don Trump's benevolence and grace, Mooch has offered the press office staff the opportunity to once again kiss the Don's ring and beg forgiveness for giving the boss any reason whatsoever to doubt their loyalty. Some might be fired anyway, though. That's just the breaks. Scaramucci also notes that leaking "really upsets [him] as a human being and Roman Catholic". We all know the 12th commandment, "Thou Shalt Not Snitch". Of course, that one comes after and is subordinate (Like all others) to the 11th commandment, which is, as well all know, "Thou Shalt Not Get Caught". 

 

http://www.politico.com/story/2017/07/25/anthony-scaramucci-changes-white-house-communications-office-240928


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Daigensui #10928 Posted Today, 12:32 AM

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When POTUS sounds like that creepy drunk uncle telling naughty tales:

 

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KilljoyCutter #10929 Posted Today, 12:34 AM

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View PostDaigensui, on Jul 25 2017 - 18:32, said:

When POTUS sounds like that creepy drunk uncle telling naughty tales:

 

When?

 

January 20th, 2017 to present.

 

 



DerViktim #10930 Posted Today, 12:41 AM

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View PostKilljoyCutter, on Jul 25 2017 - 18:34, said:

 

When?

 

January 20th, 2017 to present.

 

 

 

His speech at the Boy Scout National Jamboree.

 

As an Eagle Scout, and former Jamboree participant (1985), I found both his speech to be obnoxious and the behavior of the scouts in the crowd decidedly "un-scout-like".



Starne #10931 Posted Today, 12:52 AM

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View PostDaigensui, on Jul 25 2017 - 18:32, said:

When POTUS sounds like that creepy drunk uncle telling naughty tales:

 

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The whole "Trump Scout Speech" was wildly inappropriate, and frankly pretty scary. If you needed any evidence of Trump being mentally unfit for high office at best and flat out unhinged at worst, that would be it. I'm not sure how anyone could listen to that deranged rambling and not think "Wow, this guy is nuts."

 

View PostDerViktim, on Jul 25 2017 - 18:41, said:

 

His speech at the Boy Scout National Jamboree.

 

As an Eagle Scout, and former Jamboree participant (1985), I found both his speech to be obnoxious and the behavior of the scouts in the crowd decidedly "un-scout-like".

 

That's because they're apparently the Trump Scouts now, where the virtues are "Loyalty to the supreme leader" and "Disdain and hatred for whatever and whomever the supreme leader tells you to hate." What's especially eye-rolling is that the Boy Scouts of America organization has defended the speech, insisting that it was "wholly non-partisan", and insisting that the Boy Scouts maintain the policy of not promoting "any one position, product, service, political candidate or philosophy."

 

I was a scout as a kid, but my parents made a point of taking me out because the local scouting scene was already so heavily politicized, and mostly just served as a booster club for local business leaders and politicians. This was about 15 years ago, and from what I've seen and heard, things have only gone further downhill since.


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KilljoyCutter #10932 Posted Today, 01:03 AM

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View PostDerViktim, on Jul 25 2017 - 18:41, said:

 

His speech at the Boy Scout National Jamboree.

 

As an Eagle Scout, and former Jamboree participant (1985), I found both his speech to be obnoxious and the behavior of the scouts in the crowd decidedly "un-scout-like".

 

What I meant was that POTUS has sounded like a creepy drunk uncle every day since the day Trump was inaugurated. 

 



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View PostDaigensui, on Jul 25 2017 - 13:32, said:

When POTUS sounds like that creepy drunk uncle telling naughty tales:

 

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... and POTUS changes meaning to Pervert of the United States ... yes, creepy.

DerViktim #10934 Posted Today, 01:24 AM

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View PostStarne, on Jul 25 2017 - 18:52, said:

 

 

The whole "Trump Scout Speech" was wildly inappropriate, and frankly pretty scary. If you needed any evidence of Trump being mentally unfit for high office at best and flat out unhinged at worst, that would be it. I'm not sure how anyone could listen to that deranged rambling and not think "Wow, this guy is nuts."

 

 

That's because they're apparently the Trump Scouts now, where the virtues are "Loyalty to the supreme leader" and "Disdain and hatred for whatever and whomever the supreme leader tells you to hate." What's especially eye-rolling is that the Boy Scouts of America organization has defended the speech, insisting that it was "wholly non-partisan", and insisting that the Boy Scouts maintain the policy of not promoting "any one position, product, service, political candidate or philosophy."

 

I was a scout as a kid, but my parents made a point of taking me out because the local scouting scene was already so heavily politicized, and mostly just served as a booster club for local business leaders and politicians. This was about 15 years ago, and from what I've seen and heard, things have only gone further downhill since.

 

The organization didn't defend the speech. The organization defended its decision to invite POTUS to address the scouts at the Jamboree just as it has every time they have it (once every 4 years) for the last 80 years.

Their defense was lame, boilerplate, and entirely inadequate given the circumstances.

 



Misfire42 #10935 Posted Today, 01:28 AM

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View PostStarne, on Jul 25 2017 - 18:52, said:

The whole "Trump Scout Speech" was wildly inappropriate, and frankly pretty scary. If you needed any evidence of Trump being mentally unfit for high office at best and flat out unhinged at worst, that would be it. I'm not sure how anyone could listen to that deranged rambling and not think "Wow, this guy is nuts."

 

To quote the canteloupe-in-chief, "when you're a star, they let you do it.  You can do anything."






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