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(MSNBC)   In the wake of the disaster right outside his window, Donald Trump generously and magnanimously extends his deadline for Obama to indulge his conspiracy theory by 19 whole hours   (maddowblog.msnbc.com) divider line 117
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2012-10-30 04:44:21 PM

AutumnWind: Donald,

This whole batman villain who thinks the president should pay any attention to you act really went from being funny, to weird, to just downright delusional and if this isn't only for attention I honestly worry about your mental health.


It's not for attention, it's a cynical ploy to distract from some other bad news of his. He made the "challenge" on the same day Trump Towers in NYC announced they were firing him. They gave him one week's worth of notice. This is all a cynical PR move by Donald Trump... and judging by the coverage he's getting and the threads we've had about this BS it's largely working.
 
2012-10-30 04:50:08 PM
I mean, I didn't realize we could use counter-examples from Magical Gumdrop Island. This changes everything!
 
2012-10-30 04:51:58 PM

randomjsa: And if this were a rich liberal doing the same thing to a Republican, you would blame the Republican for not taking the rich liberal up on his offer. So what?


Wow...you don't even try to hide the projection.
 
2012-10-30 04:52:18 PM
I want to be all like, don't feed the troll...but this dude is not even that clever.
 
2012-10-30 04:52:22 PM
Somebody like Tim Burton should do a remake of the Ten Commandments.

Trump could be this guy:

3.bp.blogspot.com
 
2012-10-30 04:52:25 PM

Philip Francis Queeg: I don't want any human being to drown in a pool of pestilent, sewage tainted water.

However, if someone absolutely must drown in a pool of pestilent, sewage tainted water, Trumo would probably cause me less grief than just about anyone.


But how would you get the contamination out of the water then?
 
2012-10-30 04:54:39 PM

Ramien: Philip Francis Queeg: I don't want any human being to drown in a pool of pestilent, sewage tainted water.

However, if someone absolutely must drown in a pool of pestilent, sewage tainted water, Trumo would probably cause me less grief than just about anyone.

But how would you get the contamination out of the water then?


That thing on his head might absorb it all.
 
2012-10-30 04:55:02 PM
Could someone please shove this guy in the bay? Please. No one will say a word. Just 'shove, slip, plonk, splash.' We would all be happier.
 
2012-10-30 04:57:45 PM
www.kzoz.com
 
2012-10-30 04:58:15 PM

Revanche: randomjsa: And if this were a rich liberal doing the same thing to a Republican, you would blame the Republican for not taking the rich liberal up on his offer. So what?

Prove this statement please.


Both sides are bad, so brain hemorrhage.
 
2012-10-30 04:58:47 PM

randomjsa: And if this were a rich liberal doing the same thing to a Republican, you would blame the Republican for not taking the rich liberal up on his offer. So what?


You know, there is an intelligent/idiot divide that does not necessarily run parallel to the the conservative/liberal divide.
 
2012-10-30 04:59:41 PM

juniperwasting: We would all be happier.


I don't know: the birthers, flat earthers and other mouth breathers would go into conspiratorial shock.
 
2012-10-30 05:01:15 PM
Hey Trump, EABODAFOAD
 
2012-10-30 05:02:31 PM
"This was dumb, but Democrats did something just as dumb in my imagination, so it's even." - randomjsa, October 2012 
 
2012-10-30 05:03:01 PM
It is a shame the one thing in NYC that did not run out of power is Trumps mouth.
 
2012-10-30 05:03:29 PM

sarajlewis83: artvandelay22: I'm still waiting for Trump to let Colbert dip his balls in Trump's mouth for $1 million.

Yup. I was going to ask if he's publicly responded to Mr. Colbert's offer yet.

Stephen Colbert is a national treasure.


It would be cool if Stephen Colbert donated the $1 million to the recovery efforts anyway to "show up" Donald Trump. Or better yet donate the $1 million and insinuate that Donald complied.
 
2012-10-30 05:08:41 PM
This hurricane has overshadowed my douchebaggery. Time to reclaim my attention while one of our coasts is underwater and at least 30 are dead.

Fark Trump.
 
2012-10-30 05:12:00 PM

heavymetal: sarajlewis83: artvandelay22: I'm still waiting for Trump to let Colbert dip his balls in Trump's mouth for $1 million.

Yup. I was going to ask if he's publicly responded to Mr. Colbert's offer yet.

Stephen Colbert is a national treasure.

It would be cool if Stephen Colbert donated the $1 million to the recovery efforts anyway to "show up" Donald Trump. Or better yet donate the $1 million and insinuate that Donald complied.


Personally, I kind of totally expect him to do this. What else is he going to do with his SuperPAC money? And how else would he be able to perfectly tie a bow on this whole Trump thing?
 
2012-10-30 05:16:07 PM
Please donate it to 'Americans Born With No Sense Of Shame'. Pitiful, awful creatures.
 
2012-10-30 05:16:28 PM

Grand_Moff_Joseph: Here's an idea: You wan to donate that $5 million so farking bad? How about you donate it to the Red Cross right this second. Or better yet, walk out on the streets and give every person you see a $100 bill until you run out of money.


Donald Trump probably couldn't come up with $5 million right now if terrorists kidnapped his hair and held it for ransom.
 
2012-10-30 05:22:40 PM

YouAreItNoTagBacks: See, what you libby libs don't get is that Obama's not releasing his records because he doesn't care about the victims.

[i.imgur.com image 526x98] 

If more people suffer, it's Obalogna's fault for not being truthy enough.


......

This is the worst human being alive. It's now official.
 
2012-10-30 05:24:08 PM
"My issues with Donald Trump go back to our childhood together in Kenya. We had constant run-ins on the soccer field. He wasn't very good and resented it. When we finally moved to America I thought it would be over." -President Barack Obama joking Wednesday evening on the Tonight Show (10/24/12) with Jay Leno, when Leno asked, "What's up with all this Trump stuff?"

Youtube vid
 
2012-10-30 05:24:45 PM

YouAreItNoTagBacks: See, what you libby libs don't get is


derp
 
2012-10-30 05:25:13 PM

heavymetal: sarajlewis83: artvandelay22: I'm still waiting for Trump to let Colbert dip his balls in Trump's mouth for $1 million.

Yup. I was going to ask if he's publicly responded to Mr. Colbert's offer yet.

Stephen Colbert is a national treasure.

It would be cool if Stephen Colbert donated the $1 million to the recovery efforts anyway to "show up" Donald Trump. Or better yet donate the $1 million and insinuate that Donald complied.


I imagine he might!
 
2012-10-30 05:26:53 PM
My god. All this guy needs is a secret volcanic lair and to capture Sean Connery.

(Austin Powers isn't cartoonish enough for this buffoon, and Daniel Craig couldn't keep a straight face, laughing at the weirdness of it all.)
 
2012-10-30 05:31:18 PM
At his next press conference Obama should close with this line....

"I believe that I speak for the vast majority of Americans when I say, Donald Trump, please shut that fark up and go fark your self, I think we can all agree on that as Americans. Now If you'll excuse me I need to get back to work."

/But that's too awesome to happen....
 
2012-10-30 05:32:38 PM

jayhawk88: Grand_Moff_Joseph: Here's an idea: You wan to donate that $5 million so farking bad? How about you donate it to the Red Cross right this second. Or better yet, walk out on the streets and give every person you see a $100 bill until you run out of money.

Donald Trump probably couldn't come up with $5 million right now if terrorists kidnapped his hair and held it for ransom.


Lawrence O'Donnell maintains that Trump will never run for anything because he hasn't got the money and needs the income from his show.
 
2012-10-30 05:33:53 PM
Don't expect Obama to go "OMG! SCREW THE RELIEF EFFORTS! I BETTER GET THOSE RECORDS RELEASED OR TRUMP WILL BE MAD AT ME!!", Donnie.
 
2012-10-30 05:34:14 PM
David Krumholtz, star of DOA CBS comedy "Partners", is now donating $10 per question asked of him to Sandy relief.

My question: How do you feel knowing that this question will provide more relief than Donald Trump?
 
2012-10-30 05:40:45 PM
Half the flooding in Manhattan was due to Trump's hair stopping up the storm sewers.  Not just the hair but all the product.
 
2012-10-30 05:41:30 PM

randomjsa: And if this were a rich liberal doing the same thing to a Republican, you would blame the Republican for not taking the rich liberal up on his offer. So what?


And if a frog had wings, he wouldn't hit his balls when he hopped.
 
2012-10-30 05:42:24 PM

Citrate1007: I am now convinced that Andy Kaufman faked his own death and took on the permanent role of Donald Trump.


I was going to go with that he lived in a world where WWE is real, but I could go with that theory too.
 
2012-10-30 06:09:24 PM

whidbey: Somebody like Tim Burton should do a remake of the Ten Commandments.

Trump could be this guy:

[3.bp.blogspot.com image 400x250]


"Let my people go, SEE? Myeah, where's your Moses now?"
 
2012-10-30 06:09:32 PM

Philip Francis Queeg: Ramien: Philip Francis Queeg: I don't want any human being to drown in a pool of pestilent, sewage tainted water.

However, if someone absolutely must drown in a pool of pestilent, sewage tainted water, Trumo would probably cause me less grief than just about anyone.

But how would you get the contamination out of the water then?

That thing on his head might absorb it all.


And then it'll eat Cleveland...

/Not sure if that's a bad thing
 
2012-10-30 06:14:12 PM
Obama should really stick it to Trump by releasing his school records and giving the $5 million to some poor kids.
 
2012-10-30 06:17:33 PM

Epoch_Zero: tnpir: BMulligan: There's a part of me that would love to appear on "The Apprentice" just so I could pointedly refuse to refer to the bastard as "Mr. Trump."

There's a part of me that would love to appear on "The Apprentice" to kick Trump's balls into his throat and rip that goddamn wig off his f*cking head.

"And, wow - our newest apprentice candidate seems to be dousing Mr. Trump with a bucket of their own urine..."


That's no big deal. How the hell did you think he keeps his hair so shiny and manageable?
 
2012-10-30 06:18:04 PM

randomjsa: And if this were a rich liberal doing the same thing to a Republican, you would blame the Republican for not taking the rich liberal up on his offer. So what?


Actually, most people would see this as retarded and filthy no matter who was the target. But you keep right on chugging away with "both sides are bad".
 
2012-10-30 06:22:09 PM

YouAreItNoTagBacks: See, what you libby libs don't get is that Obama's not releasing his records because he doesn't care about the victims.

[i.imgur.com image 526x98] 

If more people suffer, it's Obalogna's fault for not being truthy enough.


Jesus Christ and the Twelve Apostles in a clown car, Donald, why don't you just GIVE THAT FARKING MONEY TO THE PEOPLE AND GROUPS WHO REALLY NEED IT RIGHT NOW WITHOUT THIS HORSESHIAT?!?
 
2012-10-30 06:22:45 PM
I'm not sure how anyone takes Trump seriously. He's been a democrat donor for years and a known self-promoter even longer. Do you think he'd miss a change to put/keep himself in the limelight?

He's pretty much figured out the formula of being as derpy as possible to gain some limelight and then leveraging that into a media career (see Sarah Palin & Herman Cain).

It's really a shame the media outlets somehow cover his self-promotion as 'news'.
 
2012-10-30 06:25:23 PM

Ramien: Philip Francis Queeg: Ramien: Philip Francis Queeg: I don't want any human being to drown in a pool of pestilent, sewage tainted water.

However, if someone absolutely must drown in a pool of pestilent, sewage tainted water, Trumo would probably cause me less grief than just about anyone.

But how would you get the contamination out of the water then?

That thing on his head might absorb it all.

And then it'll eat Cleveland...

/Not sure if that's a bad thing


Quick, get Asylum on the phone, they need an idea for their next giant monster movie.
 
2012-10-30 06:38:39 PM
Lets see Mr Trump.

1. HMS Bounty goes down in the Sandy Hurricane.
2. Ship is owned by a HMS Bounty Organization LLC
3. Which is in turn owned by tallshipbounty.org
4. The registrant of such web site is a Ms. Margaret Ramsey
5. Whom I strongly suspect is the same Margaret Ramsey who was "Platinum Director" (what ever that is) for an organization called "The Trump Network" which is/was a MLM (multilevel marketing firm)
???
go fark your own hair you piece of shait.
 
2012-10-30 06:43:51 PM
Oh yea. clickey Link
 
2012-10-30 06:57:00 PM

Keizer_Ghidorah: Ramien: Philip Francis Queeg: Ramien: Philip Francis Queeg: I don't want any human being to drown in a pool of pestilent, sewage tainted water.

However, if someone absolutely must drown in a pool of pestilent, sewage tainted water, Trumo would probably cause me less grief than just about anyone.

But how would you get the contamination out of the water then?

That thing on his head might absorb it all.

And then it'll eat Cleveland...

/Not sure if that's a bad thing

Quick, get Asylum on the phone, they need an idea for their next giant monster movie.


And then it can either be defeated by an army of hairdressers, or by exposing William Shatner's toupee to gamma radiation!
 
2012-10-30 07:19:30 PM

badhatharry: Obama should really stick it to Trump by releasing his school records and giving the $5 million to some poor kids.


And you should really stick it to Fark by deleting your username and let another on-line community benefit from your rapier wit.
 
2012-10-30 07:45:01 PM

IlGreven: David Krumholtz, star of DOA CBS comedy "Partners", is now donating $10 per question asked of him to Sandy relief.

My question: How do you feel knowing that this question will provide more relief than Donald Trump?


You can't stop the signal.
 
2012-10-30 08:06:51 PM
Trump can GDIAF and nothing of any real value will have been lost.
 
2012-10-30 08:12:50 PM

balki1867: I'm not sure how anyone takes Trump seriously. He's been a democrat donor for years and a known self-promoter even longer. Do you think he'd miss a change to put/keep himself in the limelight?

He's pretty much figured out the formula of being as derpy as possible to gain some limelight and then leveraging that into a media career (see Sarah Palin & Herman Cain).

It's really a shame the media outlets somehow cover his self-promotion as 'news'.


Don't lump Herman Cain in with those 2! His daily show segments were pure gold!
 
2012-10-30 08:21:15 PM

IlGreven: David Krumholtz, star of DOA CBS comedy "Partners", is now donating $10 per question asked of him to Sandy relief.

My question: How do you feel knowing that this question will provide more relief than Donald Trump?


That guy from 'Numbers'? Does he have the money to do that? I saw him once on TMZ and they were asking him about his new car, a Kia.

"How do you like your new car? Is it awesome?"

*blink* "It's a Kia....."
 
2012-10-30 08:22:52 PM
This guy doesn't get that he's not nearly as famous and powerful as he thinks he is, right?

In fact, I'm having my doubts that he even has $5 million to give. The super-rich don't usually whore themselves out on reality TV, I don't care how narcissistic they may be.
 
2012-10-30 08:24:55 PM

teeny: IlGreven: David Krumholtz, star of DOA CBS comedy "Partners", is now donating $10 per question asked of him to Sandy relief.

My question: How do you feel knowing that this question will provide more relief than Donald Trump?

That guy from 'Numbers'? Does he have the money to do that? I saw him once on TMZ and they were asking him about his new car, a Kia.

"How do you like your new car? Is it awesome?"

*blink* "It's a Kia....."


Given that it's a hit show on CBS, he's probably in the six figures an episode range. As far as cars go, isn't he a New Yorker? It may be the first car the guy has ever owned, so he may just be getting something he can control on the road.
 
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