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(Huffington Post)   Welp, so much for a "Stewart/Colbert '16" Presidential ticket   (huffingtonpost.com) divider line 9
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2013-11-19 03:54:11 PM
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Trail of Dead: I remember when 'Welp' wasn't a thing.


I'm not sure why it became a thing. I look forward to it no longer being a thing. That would be rad.
2013-11-19 03:01:47 PM
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FabulousFreep: Cheese eating surrender monkey: Anyone wanna dive and get the question that Colbert was stumped on?

march 25 3019, third age.

Which was called year one of the fourth age.


That would depend on whether you're using Shire Reckoning or Gondor Reckoning.
2013-11-19 02:42:46 PM
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Cheese eating surrender monkey: Anyone wanna dive and get the question that Colbert was stumped on?

march 25 3019, third age.


Which was called year one of the fourth age.
2013-11-19 02:05:12 PM
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Summercat: Trail of Dead: I remember when 'Welp' wasn't a thing.

So does Peppridge Farms.


WELP ANYHOW

Anyone wanna dive and get the question that Colbert was stumped on?


march 25 3019, third age.
2013-11-19 10:52:20 AM
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Eagle2001: That won't stop me from writing in Stewart/Colbert.


As a librul Dem, I'd almost rather do that that than vote for Hillary.
2013-11-19 10:37:12 AM
1 votes:
I remember when 'Welp' wasn't a thing.
2013-11-19 10:02:10 AM
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DarnoKonrad: No one in their right mind would want to be a politician.  It's a game for people with flexible morality.   I don't know how many people actually read "The Audacity of Hope," but Obama talks about this.  I think he called it a "reptilian" quality or something to that effect.

I have no interest in telling people what they want to hear, but that's what gets you elected, and that has no partisan boundary.  It's also why I vote for parties rather candidates.


The hardest part about politics (to me) is the fact that the most vocal constituents are usually the stupidest and least-informed, with an impressive assortment of crazies thrown in for flavor.  I saw it first-hand when I dabbled in local politics way back when, and it cured me of wanting to run for any elected position, even a small one.  I just don't have the patience to nod and smile as some scruffy lunatic shares their theory on how the UN is trying to infiltrate the neighborhood council*.

* Turns out she was right, but still.
2013-11-19 09:50:27 AM
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No one in their right mind would want to be a politician.  It's a game for people with flexible morality.   I don't know how many people actually read "The Audacity of Hope," but Obama talks about this.  I think he called it a "reptilian" quality or something to that effect.

I have no interest in telling people what they want to hear, but that's what gets you elected, and that has no partisan boundary.  It's also why I vote for parties rather candidates.
2013-11-19 09:49:06 AM
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You think Colbert would accept second billing?
 
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