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#1500035 --- 06/15/17 02:56 PM Re: "the mood is ugly" [Re: kyle585]
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Thank you baptists.

http://www.cnn.com/2017/06/14/politics/southern-baptist-convention-alt-right/index.html

The Southern Baptist Convention moved to denounce the "alt-right" white nationalist movement Wednesday, a collective decision that occurred only after pastors pushed back against denominational leaders who initially chose not to address the issue.

At their annual meeting, Southern Baptists agreed to a statement decrying "every form of racism, including alt-right white supremacy, as antithetical to the Gospel of Jesus Christ."
Denominational leaders had planned not to vote on a resolution about race relations, but reversed course following an outcry on the floor of the convention the day before. Leaders worked through the night to craft an updated resolution after the original text failed to gain traction on the first day of the convention.

The debate began when Rev. Dwight McKissic, a black pastor from Arlington, Texas, called on Southern Baptists to formally condemn the movement's "retrograde ideologies, xenophobic biases, and racial bigotries" and re-affirm its opposition to racism in the aftermath of a presidential election that saw the rise of a small movement of nationalist and white supremacists that coalesced in support of President Donald Trump.

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#1500091 --- 06/16/17 09:13 AM Re: "the mood is ugly" [Re: kyle585]
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https://www.washingtonpost.com

Trump said foreign leaders wouldn’t laugh at the U.S. Now they’re laughing at him.

The Australian prime minister’s imitation of “The Donald” is the latest sign that heads of state are not afraid to make jokes at the U.S. president’s expense.

By David Nakamura and Anne Gearan

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#1500159 --- 06/18/17 10:56 AM Re: "the mood is ugly" [Re: kyle585]
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https://www.washingtonpost.com/

epublicans say they are turning down job offers to work for a chief executive whose volatile temperament makes them nervous, and they’re asking head-hunters if their reputations could suffer permanent damage.

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#1500162 --- 06/18/17 04:27 PM Re: "the mood is ugly" [Re: kyle585]
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http://www.politico.com/story/2017/06/18/gingrich-trump-twitter-combative-239680

Newt Gingrich says Donald Trump’s signature “pugnacious” style and “compulsion to counterattack” isn’t always the best tactic to employ as president.

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#1500169 --- 06/18/17 08:31 PM Re: "the mood is ugly" [Re: kyle585]
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http://www.politico.com/story/2017/06/18/gingrich-trump-twitter-combative-239680

Newt Gingrich says Donald Trump’s signature “pugnacious” style and “compulsion to counterattack” isn’t always the best tactic to employ as president.
That's what's good about him! Not a butt kisser like Obama!

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#1500179 --- 06/19/17 02:38 AM Re: "the mood is ugly" [Re: gassy one]
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THIS GUY REALLY HIT THE NAIL ON THE HEAD REGARDING TRUMP. VERY SCARY INDEED.

https://www.yahoo.com/news/neil-buchanan-trump-naive-stupid-140850746.html

Evil? Or All of the Above?
Neil H. Buchanan,Newsweek 17 hours ago

Donald Trump is wrong almost all of the time about almost everything.

He lies constantly, and even though he is constantly being caught in his transparent lies, he never admits error, pressing ever forward on his destructive path.

Does he do this because he knows nothing about the world? (That is, is he naive ?)

Alternatively, maybe it is because he is incapable of logical thinking. (Is he stupid ?)

Or is it instead because he has horrible policy goals? (Is he evil ?)

All three of those explanations fit, and then some. As Michael Dorf argued in a recent column, normal human beings can be "evil, stupid, or ignorant," but "Trump is not a normal human being. He is not even a normal but evil, stupid, or ignorant human being. Trump is Trump."

In order to understand how Trump is different, we first need to understand what it means to be normal yet wrong in one of those three ways —naive, stupid, or evil. Because those three categories should be sufficient to explain every bad decision, it is important to understand how Trump is a category unto himself.

*****************************************************

Many of us do hold out some hope every day that even some of Trump's closest advisors will say, "I can't do this anymore. I tried to deny to myself what was happening, but this is too much." It is safe to say that that will not happen with Steve Bannon or some others, but some people have said that even hard-core Trumpists like Kellyanne Conway might harbor doubts.

But Trump? Not a chance. He is ignorant, both as a matter of never having learned anything and because he likes it that way. He is stupid, usually not even bothering to make an argument, but making incoherent arguments when he tries. (We will, he says, just start winning again, somehow.) His goals are racist, sexist, and in other ways bigoted, and he is corrupt to boot.

What are we to think when we learn that Trump does not care about whether the Russian government is undermining American democracy? He only cares about whether he will look bad and lose power if the truth comes out.

"Trump is naive, stupid, and evil" simply does not cover it. Trump is Trump, and heaven help us all.

Neil H. Buchanan is an economist and legal scholar and a professor of law at George Washington University . He teaches tax law, tax policy, contracts, and law and economics. His research addresses the long-term tax and spending patterns of the federal government, focusing on budget deficits, the national debt, health care costs and Social Security.

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#1500192 --- 06/19/17 08:41 AM Re: "the mood is ugly" [Re: kyle585]
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Originally Posted By: kyle585
THIS GUY REALLY HIT THE NAIL ON THE HEAD REGARDING TRUMP. VERY SCARY INDEED.

https://www.yahoo.com/news/neil-buchanan-trump-naive-stupid-140850746.html

Evil? Or All of the Above?
Neil H. Buchanan,Newsweek 17 hours ago

Donald Trump is wrong almost all of the time about almost everything.

He lies constantly, and even though he is constantly being caught in his transparent lies, he never admits error, pressing ever forward on his destructive path.

Does he do this because he knows nothing about the world? (That is, is he naive ?)

Alternatively, maybe it is because he is incapable of logical thinking. (Is he stupid ?)

Or is it instead because he has horrible policy goals? (Is he evil ?)

All three of those explanations fit, and then some. As Michael Dorf argued in a recent column, normal human beings can be "evil, stupid, or ignorant," but "Trump is not a normal human being. He is not even a normal but evil, stupid, or ignorant human being. Trump is Trump."

In order to understand how Trump is different, we first need to understand what it means to be normal yet wrong in one of those three ways —naive, stupid, or evil. Because those three categories should be sufficient to explain every bad decision, it is important to understand how Trump is a category unto himself.

*****************************************************

Many of us do hold out some hope every day that even some of Trump's closest advisors will say, "I can't do this anymore. I tried to deny to myself what was happening, but this is too much." It is safe to say that that will not happen with Steve Bannon or some others, but some people have said that even hard-core Trumpists like Kellyanne Conway might harbor doubts.

But Trump? Not a chance. He is ignorant, both as a matter of never having learned anything and because he likes it that way. He is stupid, usually not even bothering to make an argument, but making incoherent arguments when he tries. (We will, he says, just start winning again, somehow.) His goals are racist, sexist, and in other ways bigoted, and he is corrupt to boot.

What are we to think when we learn that Trump does not care about whether the Russian government is undermining American democracy? He only cares about whether he will look bad and lose power if the truth comes out.

"Trump is naive, stupid, and evil" simply does not cover it. Trump is Trump, and heaven help us all.

Neil H. Buchanan is an economist and legal scholar and a professor of law at George Washington University . He teaches tax law, tax policy, contracts, and law and economics. His research addresses the long-term tax and spending patterns of the federal government, focusing on budget deficits, the national debt, health care costs and Social Security.
You really do need to get a job or a hobby Kyle! Your cut & pastes are making you look like a fool! First it was the landfill and now Trump! What's the next endeavor? What happened to all your liberal buddies like Timbo the Bimbo? LOL! They all have abandoned you! Doesn't that tell you something?

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#1500204 --- 06/19/17 10:45 AM Re: "the mood is ugly" [Re: gassy one]
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Originally Posted By: gassy one
Originally Posted By: kyle585
THIS GUY REALLY HIT THE NAIL ON THE HEAD REGARDING TRUMP. VERY SCARY INDEED.

https://www.yahoo.com/news/neil-buchanan-trump-naive-stupid-140850746.html

Evil? Or All of the Above?
Neil H. Buchanan,Newsweek 17 hours ago

Donald Trump is wrong almost all of the time about almost everything.

He lies constantly, and even though he is constantly being caught in his transparent lies, he never admits error, pressing ever forward on his destructive path.

Does he do this because he knows nothing about the world? (That is, is he naive ?)

Alternatively, maybe it is because he is incapable of logical thinking. (Is he stupid ?)

Or is it instead because he has horrible policy goals? (Is he evil ?)

All three of those explanations fit, and then some. As Michael Dorf argued in a recent column, normal human beings can be "evil, stupid, or ignorant," but "Trump is not a normal human being. He is not even a normal but evil, stupid, or ignorant human being. Trump is Trump."

In order to understand how Trump is different, we first need to understand what it means to be normal yet wrong in one of those three ways —naive, stupid, or evil. Because those three categories should be sufficient to explain every bad decision, it is important to understand how Trump is a category unto himself.

*****************************************************

Many of us do hold out some hope every day that even some of Trump's closest advisors will say, "I can't do this anymore. I tried to deny to myself what was happening, but this is too much." It is safe to say that that will not happen with Steve Bannon or some others, but some people have said that even hard-core Trumpists like Kellyanne Conway might harbor doubts.

But Trump? Not a chance. He is ignorant, both as a matter of never having learned anything and because he likes it that way. He is stupid, usually not even bothering to make an argument, but making incoherent arguments when he tries. (We will, he says, just start winning again, somehow.) His goals are racist, sexist, and in other ways bigoted, and he is corrupt to boot.

What are we to think when we learn that Trump does not care about whether the Russian government is undermining American democracy? He only cares about whether he will look bad and lose power if the truth comes out.

"Trump is naive, stupid, and evil" simply does not cover it. Trump is Trump, and heaven help us all.

Neil H. Buchanan is an economist and legal scholar and a professor of law at George Washington University . He teaches tax law, tax policy, contracts, and law and economics. His research addresses the long-term tax and spending patterns of the federal government, focusing on budget deficits, the national debt, health care costs and Social Security.
You really do need to get a job or a hobby Kyle! Your cut & pastes are making you look like a fool! First it was the landfill and now Trump! What's the next endeavor? What happened to all your liberal buddies like Timbo the Bimbo? LOL! They all have abandoned you! Doesn't that tell you something?


Funny that the only one with an ugly mood is Kyle
Oh and the wacko left
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Annoying liberals, it's just too easy. Hard to believe how easy it is.

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#1500205 --- 06/19/17 11:25 AM Re: "the mood is ugly" [Re: cwjga]
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Originally Posted By: cwjga
Originally Posted By: gassy one
Originally Posted By: kyle585
THIS GUY REALLY HIT THE NAIL ON THE HEAD REGARDING TRUMP. VERY SCARY INDEED.

https://www.yahoo.com/news/neil-buchanan-trump-naive-stupid-140850746.html

Evil? Or All of the Above?
Neil H. Buchanan,Newsweek 17 hours ago

Donald Trump is wrong almost all of the time about almost everything.

He lies constantly, and even though he is constantly being caught in his transparent lies, he never admits error, pressing ever forward on his destructive path.

Does he do this because he knows nothing about the world? (That is, is he naive ?)

Alternatively, maybe it is because he is incapable of logical thinking. (Is he stupid ?)

Or is it instead because he has horrible policy goals? (Is he evil ?)

All three of those explanations fit, and then some. As Michael Dorf argued in a recent column, normal human beings can be "evil, stupid, or ignorant," but "Trump is not a normal human being. He is not even a normal but evil, stupid, or ignorant human being. Trump is Trump."

In order to understand how Trump is different, we first need to understand what it means to be normal yet wrong in one of those three ways —naive, stupid, or evil. Because those three categories should be sufficient to explain every bad decision, it is important to understand how Trump is a category unto himself.

*****************************************************

Many of us do hold out some hope every day that even some of Trump's closest advisors will say, "I can't do this anymore. I tried to deny to myself what was happening, but this is too much." It is safe to say that that will not happen with Steve Bannon or some others, but some people have said that even hard-core Trumpists like Kellyanne Conway might harbor doubts.

But Trump? Not a chance. He is ignorant, both as a matter of never having learned anything and because he likes it that way. He is stupid, usually not even bothering to make an argument, but making incoherent arguments when he tries. (We will, he says, just start winning again, somehow.) His goals are racist, sexist, and in other ways bigoted, and he is corrupt to boot.

What are we to think when we learn that Trump does not care about whether the Russian government is undermining American democracy? He only cares about whether he will look bad and lose power if the truth comes out.

"Trump is naive, stupid, and evil" simply does not cover it. Trump is Trump, and heaven help us all.

Neil H. Buchanan is an economist and legal scholar and a professor of law at George Washington University . He teaches tax law, tax policy, contracts, and law and economics. His research addresses the long-term tax and spending patterns of the federal government, focusing on budget deficits, the national debt, health care costs and Social Security.
You really do need to get a job or a hobby Kyle! Your cut & pastes are making you look like a fool! First it was the landfill and now Trump! What's the next endeavor? What happened to all your liberal buddies like Timbo the Bimbo? LOL! They all have abandoned you! Doesn't that tell you something?


Funny that the only one with an ugly mood is Kyle
Oh and the wacko left


I'll have to agree with gassy one, Kyle needs a hobby, and whining isn't a hobby.

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#1500207 --- 06/19/17 11:56 AM Re: "the mood is ugly" [Re: gassy one]
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Originally Posted By: gassy one
You really do need to get a job or a hobby Kyle! Your cut & pastes are making you look like a fool!
LOL MY cut and pastes show that most people agree with me! You can't do cut and pastes because no one agrees with you! You are so jealous aren't you?

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#1500224 --- 06/19/17 03:27 PM Re: "the mood is ugly" [Re: kyle585]
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Republicans only tell the truth when they leave. Cowards

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/jaso...kushpmg00000009


Jason Chaffetz Slams Donald Trump And Jeff Sessions As He Leaves Congress

Outgoing lawmaker says Trump administration is “almost worse” than Obama.
By Ed Mazza

With just two weeks left in office, Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah) took some shots at President Donald Trump and Attorney General Jeff Sessions in an interview that aired over the weekend.

“The reality is, sadly, I don’t see much difference between the Trump administration and the (Barack) Obama administration,” the outgoing chairman of the House Oversight Committee told Sinclair Broadcast Group.

Chaffetz, who announced his resignation last month, said he thought the “floodgates” would open and his committee would obtain documents that the Obama administration never provided related to investigations into Hillary Clinton, Fast and Furious and the IRS.

That didn’t happen.

Chaffetz said:

“In many ways, it’s almost worse because we’re getting nothing, and that’s terribly frustrating and, with all due respect, the attorney general has not changed at all. I find him to be worse than what I saw with Loretta Lynch in terms of releasing documents and making things available. I just, that’s my experience, and that’s not what I expected.”

Chaffetz also said Republicans had been pushing Trump to fire IRS Commissioner John Koskinen over a scandal involving allegations that the agency targeted tea party groups for audits.

That hasn’t happened either.

“We tried to issue subpoenas. We tried to hold people in contempt and the Obama administration said ‘no,’ and the Trump administration came in and did zero,” Chaffetz said. “Nothing. Nothing changed.”

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#1500227 --- 06/19/17 04:33 PM Re: "the mood is ugly" [Re: kyle585]
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Originally Posted By: kyle585
Republicans only tell the truth when they leave. Cowards

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/jaso...kushpmg00000009


Jason Chaffetz Slams Donald Trump And Jeff Sessions As He Leaves Congress

Outgoing lawmaker says Trump administration is “almost worse” than Obama.
By Ed Mazza

With just two weeks left in office, Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah) took some shots at President Donald Trump and Attorney General Jeff Sessions in an interview that aired over the weekend.

“The reality is, sadly, I don’t see much difference between the Trump administration and the (Barack) Obama administration,” the outgoing chairman of the House Oversight Committee told Sinclair Broadcast Group.

Chaffetz, who announced his resignation last month, said he thought the “floodgates” would open and his committee would obtain documents that the Obama administration never provided related to investigations into Hillary Clinton, Fast and Furious and the IRS.

That didn’t happen.

Chaffetz said:

“In many ways, it’s almost worse because we’re getting nothing, and that’s terribly frustrating and, with all due respect, the attorney general has not changed at all. I find him to be worse than what I saw with Loretta Lynch in terms of releasing documents and making things available. I just, that’s my experience, and that’s not what I expected.”

Chaffetz also said Republicans had been pushing Trump to fire IRS Commissioner John Koskinen over a scandal involving allegations that the agency targeted tea party groups for audits.

That hasn’t happened either.

“We tried to issue subpoenas. We tried to hold people in contempt and the Obama administration said ‘no,’ and the Trump administration came in and did zero,” Chaffetz said. “Nothing. Nothing changed.”



Quote:
“Nothing. Nothing changed.”


So, I don't understand why you're complaining, it would have been the same with Hillary.

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#1500228 --- 06/19/17 04:38 PM Re: "the mood is ugly" [Re: ThomasDecker]
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Originally Posted By: ThomasDecker
Originally Posted By: kyle585
Republicans only tell the truth when they leave. Cowards
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/jaso...kushpmg00000009
Jason Chaffetz Slams Donald Trump And Jeff Sessions As He Leaves Congress
Outgoing lawmaker says Trump administration is “almost worse” than Obama. By Ed Mazza
With just two weeks left in office, Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah) took some shots at President Donald Trump and Attorney General Jeff Sessions in an interview that aired over the weekend. “The reality is, sadly, I don’t see much difference between the Trump administration and the (Barack) Obama administration,” the outgoing chairman of the House Oversight Committee told Sinclair Broadcast Group. Chaffetz, who announced his resignation last month, said he thought the “floodgates” would open and his committee would obtain documents that the Obama administration never provided related to investigations into Hillary Clinton, Fast and Furious and the IRS. That didn’t happen. Chaffetz said:
“In many ways, it’s almost worse because we’re getting nothing, and that’s terribly frustrating and, with all due respect, the attorney general has not changed at all. I find him to be worse than what I saw with Loretta Lynch in terms of releasing documents and making things available. I just, that’s my experience, and that’s not what I expected.” Chaffetz also said Republicans had been pushing Trump to fire IRS Commissioner John Koskinen over a scandal involving allegations that the agency targeted tea party groups for audits. That hasn’t happened either. “We tried to issue subpoenas. We tried to hold people in contempt and the Obama administration said ‘no,’ and the Trump administration came in and did zero,” Chaffetz said. “Nothing. Nothing changed.”
Quote:
“Nothing. Nothing changed.”
So, I don't understand why you're complaining, it would have been the same with Hillary.
So you are admitting that nothing changed under Trump? Drain the swamp is not going to happen?

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#1500230 --- 06/19/17 05:07 PM Re: "the mood is ugly" [Re: kyle585]
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Originally Posted By: kyle585
Originally Posted By: ThomasDecker
Originally Posted By: kyle585
Republicans only tell the truth when they leave. Cowards
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/jaso...kushpmg00000009
Jason Chaffetz Slams Donald Trump And Jeff Sessions As He Leaves Congress
Outgoing lawmaker says Trump administration is “almost worse” than Obama. By Ed Mazza
With just two weeks left in office, Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah) took some shots at President Donald Trump and Attorney General Jeff Sessions in an interview that aired over the weekend. “The reality is, sadly, I don’t see much difference between the Trump administration and the (Barack) Obama administration,” the outgoing chairman of the House Oversight Committee told Sinclair Broadcast Group. Chaffetz, who announced his resignation last month, said he thought the “floodgates” would open and his committee would obtain documents that the Obama administration never provided related to investigations into Hillary Clinton, Fast and Furious and the IRS. That didn’t happen. Chaffetz said:
“In many ways, it’s almost worse because we’re getting nothing, and that’s terribly frustrating and, with all due respect, the attorney general has not changed at all. I find him to be worse than what I saw with Loretta Lynch in terms of releasing documents and making things available. I just, that’s my experience, and that’s not what I expected.” Chaffetz also said Republicans had been pushing Trump to fire IRS Commissioner John Koskinen over a scandal involving allegations that the agency targeted tea party groups for audits. That hasn’t happened either. “We tried to issue subpoenas. We tried to hold people in contempt and the Obama administration said ‘no,’ and the Trump administration came in and did zero,” Chaffetz said. “Nothing. Nothing changed.”
Quote:
“Nothing. Nothing changed.”
So, I don't understand why you're complaining, it would have been the same with Hillary.
So you are admitting that nothing changed under Trump? Drain the swamp is not going to happen?


I'll admit, you whine to see yourself whine, and your a sore loser.

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#1500231 --- 06/19/17 05:49 PM Re: "the mood is ugly" [Re: ThomasDecker]
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Originally Posted By: ThomasDecker
I'll admit, you whine to see yourself whine, and your a sore loser.
Trapped you didn't I? You can't answer a simple straight forward question.

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#1500233 --- 06/19/17 06:29 PM Re: "the mood is ugly" [Re: kyle585]
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Originally Posted By: kyle585
Originally Posted By: ThomasDecker
I'll admit, you whine to see yourself whine, and your a sore loser.
Trapped you didn't I? You can't answer a simple straight forward question.

Yeah, you trapped me, and you're still a sore loser.

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#1500235 --- 06/19/17 07:24 PM Re: "the mood is ugly" [Re: ThomasDecker]
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Originally Posted By: ThomasDecker
Originally Posted By: kyle585
Originally Posted By: ThomasDecker
I'll admit, you whine to see yourself whine, and your a sore loser.
Trapped you didn't I? You can't answer a simple straight forward question.

Yeah, you trapped me, and you're still a sore loser.
You have nothing else to say. How sad.

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#1500246 --- 06/19/17 10:13 PM Re: "the mood is ugly" [Re: kyle585]
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Originally Posted By: kyle585
Originally Posted By: ThomasDecker
Originally Posted By: kyle585
Originally Posted By: ThomasDecker
I'll admit, you whine to see yourself whine, and your a sore loser.
Trapped you didn't I? You can't answer a simple straight forward question.

Yeah, you trapped me, and you're still a sore loser.
You have nothing else to say. You have nothing else to say. How sad.



Quote:
"You have nothing else to say."




Oh, please don't worry Kyle, I've got a lot to say.

Quote:
How sad.


Yeah, it's sad that you never leaned how to lose with dignity...sore loser!

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#1500248 --- 06/20/17 02:54 AM Re: "the mood is ugly" [Re: ThomasDecker]
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Originally Posted By: ThomasDecker
Originally Posted By: kyle585
Originally Posted By: ThomasDecker
Originally Posted By: kyle585
Originally Posted By: ThomasDecker
I'll admit, you whine to see yourself whine, and your a sore loser.
Trapped you didn't I? You can't answer a simple straight forward question.
Yeah, you trapped me, and you're still a sore loser.
You have nothing else to say. You have nothing else to say. How sad.
Quote:
"You have nothing else to say."
Oh, please don't worry Kyle, I've got a lot to say.
Quote:
How sad.
Yeah, it's sad that you never leaned how to lose with dignity...sore loser!
"We Have Only Just Begun to Fight" Franklin Roosevelt October 31, 1936

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#1500249 --- 06/20/17 02:55 AM Re: "the mood is ugly" [Re: kyle585]
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Originally Posted By: kyle585
Yeah, it's sad that you never leaned how to lose with dignity...sore loser!

"We Have Only Just Begun to Fight"
Franklin Roosevelt
October 31, 1936

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