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2012-05-15 01:13:30 AM

Phil Moskowitz: Why is his shiat shiat and my shiat stuff?


Because you have no taste.

/George said hello.
 
2012-05-15 01:21:07 AM
Hmmm... Is this just another example of why dedicated twitterers should volunteer for elective lobotomy?
 
2012-05-15 02:40:05 AM
"Schtuff." he says "schtuff"
 
2012-05-15 07:49:00 AM
Update: I was sitting close to the President on the platform and he said "I gotta get my gift" referring to his medal of distinction.

Has this been pointed out or are we having too much fun with the Sh thing?

"I gotta get my... show on the road, I am in campaign mode, ya know"

Got nothing.

/Saw Avengers today so getting a real kick out of all the Schwarma comments.
 
2012-05-15 08:10:13 AM

Angry Drunk Bureaucrat: /If for no other reason than the fact that I sound like I have turrets sometimes.


That's too bad. Are you sure it's not just a case of battlements, or even crenelations?

/no fancy pic like BMulligan
 
2012-05-15 10:30:15 AM

smeegle: Profedius: It just shows that he has no class.

Do tell oh wise one, do tell us all about "classiness", like you really know for sure he meant to say shiat in the first place, that's classy of you.


What are you talking about? Who cares what he meant to say he said what he said what he meant to say is irrelevant. What he said in the situation he was in was inappropriate and there is no arguing that. If someone was invited to a formal dinner and as they set down at the table they ask "Hey did any of you see that farking game last night? That was some shiet." They would be looked upon poorly and might even be corrected or asked to leave, but hang out with their buddies this would be perfectly acceptable. Knowing how to act given the situation is called having class and he was displaying a lack of it.
 
2012-05-15 11:32:17 AM
Clearly, he is not fit to lead.
 
2012-05-15 12:52:32 PM

doubled99: Clearly, he is not fit to lead.


Was there ever any doubt? He had no leadership, management or decision making experience prior to being elected. His campaign polices favored rewarding failure and punishing success. From the debates he clearly had no idea how economics works. I think if the republicans would have put up someone other than McCain he would have never been elected.
 
2012-05-15 01:35:58 PM

Profedius: doubled99: Clearly, he is not fit to lead.

Was there ever any doubt? He had no leadership, management or decision making experience prior to being elected. His campaign polices favored rewarding failure and punishing success. From the debates he clearly had no idea how economics works. I think if the republicans would have put up someone other than McCain he would have never been elected.


Jesus it's like Joe the plumber just got on fark.
 
2012-05-15 01:57:44 PM

Profedius: doubled99: Clearly, he is not fit to lead.

Was there ever any doubt? He had no leadership, management or decision making experience prior to being elected. His campaign polices favored rewarding failure and punishing success. From the debates he clearly had no idea how economics works. I think if the republicans would have put up someone other than McCain he would have never been elected.


doubled99 was being sarcastic.
 
2012-05-15 04:58:28 PM

Hickory-smoked: Profedius: doubled99: Clearly, he is not fit to lead.

Was there ever any doubt? He had no leadership, management or decision making experience prior to being elected. His campaign polices favored rewarding failure and punishing success. From the debates he clearly had no idea how economics works. I think if the republicans would have put up someone other than McCain he would have never been elected.

doubled99 was being sarcastic.


I knew he was. I just don't get the love for the man, but a lot of the people on here love him. I never get a real good answer why they love him though. Every time I hear him speak about his polices no matter how good they sound the results would not be good and I would think anyone would be able to tell that. I do like his stance on gay marriage and abortions.
 
2012-05-15 09:59:25 PM

Profedius: smeegle: Profedius: It just shows that he has no class.

Do tell oh wise one, do tell us all about "classiness", like you really know for sure he meant to say shiat in the first place, that's classy of you.

What are you talking about? Who cares what he meant to say he said what he said what he meant to say is irrelevant. What he said in the situation he was in was inappropriate and there is no arguing that. If someone was invited to a formal dinner and as they set down at the table they ask "Hey did any of you see that farking game last night? That was some shiet." They would be looked upon poorly and might even be corrected or asked to leave, but hang out with their buddies this would be perfectly acceptable. Knowing how to act given the situation is called having class and he was displaying a lack of it.


He wasn't at a formal dinner. He didn't say what was said in your hypothetical. He may have mumbled half a swear word to himself. No one but rabid anti-Obama lunatics such as yourself would ever care.
 
2012-05-16 11:40:56 AM

eddiesocket: Profedius: smeegle: Profedius: It just shows that he has no class.

Do tell oh wise one, do tell us all about "classiness", like you really know for sure he meant to say shiat in the first place, that's classy of you.

What are you talking about? Who cares what he meant to say he said what he said what he meant to say is irrelevant. What he said in the situation he was in was inappropriate and there is no arguing that. If someone was invited to a formal dinner and as they set down at the table they ask "Hey did any of you see that farking game last night? That was some shiet." They would be looked upon poorly and might even be corrected or asked to leave, but hang out with their buddies this would be perfectly acceptable. Knowing how to act given the situation is called having class and he was displaying a lack of it.

He wasn't at a formal dinner. He didn't say what was said in your hypothetical. He may have mumbled half a swear word to himself. No one but rabid anti-Obama lunatics such as yourself would ever care.


Your defense of the man is sorely lacking if the best you can do is to try and belittle me, report that he was not at a formal dinner and make up a story about mumbling. He was at a formal graduation and those people he was speaking clearly to at the time it was said were the honor students and some of the facility of the school and you can see their surprise in their expressions. I don't know if I am anti-Obama I have never met the man, but I am against his conduct here and him being president based on his actions thus far. I have nothing against swearing, but do it with some style and in the appropriate venue otherwise you just look stupid.
 
2012-05-16 12:15:34 PM

Profedius: eddiesocket: Profedius: smeegle: Profedius: It just shows that he has no class.

Do tell oh wise one, do tell us all about "classiness", like you really know for sure he meant to say shiat in the first place, that's classy of you.

What are you talking about? Who cares what he meant to say he said what he said what he meant to say is irrelevant. What he said in the situation he was in was inappropriate and there is no arguing that. If someone was invited to a formal dinner and as they set down at the table they ask "Hey did any of you see that farking game last night? That was some shiet." They would be looked upon poorly and might even be corrected or asked to leave, but hang out with their buddies this would be perfectly acceptable. Knowing how to act given the situation is called having class and he was displaying a lack of it.

He wasn't at a formal dinner. He didn't say what was said in your hypothetical. He may have mumbled half a swear word to himself. No one but rabid anti-Obama lunatics such as yourself would ever care.

Your defense of the man is sorely lacking if the best you can do is to try and belittle me, report that he was not at a formal dinner and make up a story about mumbling. He was at a formal graduation and those people he was speaking clearly to at the time it was said were the honor students and some of the facility of the school and you can see their surprise in their expressions. I don't know if I am anti-Obama I have never met the man, but I am against his conduct here and him being president based on his actions thus far. I have nothing against swearing, but do it with some style and in the appropriate venue otherwise you just look stupid.


There was clearly no surprise on anyone's face and those in attendance say he said "gift", anyway. But don't let your rabid, unthinking nonsense color the facts.
 
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