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2017-04-21 09:26:16 AM  

doomjesse: Kurohone: Sure, this is just one incident that could well be just a strange slip of the tongue, or inaccurate phrasology on a subject of little actual importance.

But when there are multiple such incidents on any given day.  Over any given week.  And often on subjects that have grave implications.  Then it's no longer just one incident.  Then it's another data point showing a clear trend.

This is a brain drowning in it's own fat and plaque.  I will be genuinely shocked if Trump lives until 2020, let alone is declared competent to exercise the duties of President.

Who says you have to be competent (mentally or otherwise) to be president?  I might be wrong, but I'm not aware of any mental fitness test for President.  On top of that the only way to remove him (because I doubt his ego would let him resign) is impeachment.  At this point, he'd basically have to go on national tv and give a state of the union address saying he had slept with each congressman's spouse while robbing the Treasury, giving Putin free reign to use our military, nuking Israel to get impeached.  So now we find the fatal flaw in the Constitution.  The founders never expected an egomaniac with mental health problems could be elected so they didn't really put in a viable way of removing him.


25th Amendment states that if the VP and Congress decide that the President can't do they job, they can remove him.  It's a higher bar votewise than impeachment, but it's probably politically less poisonous.

It's been deliberately invoked three times (once by Reagan, twice by W, both times due to hospitalization), and considered twice as well (both under Reagan), so it's not unprecedented.  In all of those cases it was temporary, but a President with severe dementia would be untenable as a symbol of leadership.
 
2017-04-21 09:27:19 AM  
More and more people are going to start recognizing this guy, he's been doing an amazing job.
 
2017-04-21 09:30:46 AM  

Lee Jackson Beauregard: Pointy Tail of Satan: Sure, Trump talks to Pavarotti all the time.....

[4.bp.blogspot.com image 320x180]

But the Bible thumpers lurv him.

[img.fark.net image 850x637]

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Fixed the sign for them.
 
2017-04-21 09:31:15 AM  

Lee Jackson Beauregard: Pointy Tail of Satan: Sure, Trump talks to Pavarotti all the time.....

[4.bp.blogspot.com image 320x180]

But the Bible thumpers lurv him.

[img.fark.net image 850x637]


Well, supposedly, the anti-christ WILL fool most of the people who claim to be christian into following him.
 
2017-04-21 09:32:31 AM  

clodcomplex: [img.fark.net image 586x606]


I mentioned this in the Sarah Palin thread, but is anyone else flinching when they see Ted and Kid Rock wearing hats in the Oval Office?

Because I'm terrified that my Grandma is going to rise from the grave to slap the sh*t out of me for just LOOKING at such a thing, let alone contemplating it on my own.

For folks who seem to get outraged at "disrespecting the office" with shoes and the like, folks seem to be awfully quiet about folks putting their feet on the upholstery and otherwise treating the Oval Office like a prop at the Chucky Cheese on Wiltshire and Pismo.
 
2017-04-21 09:36:08 AM  

grumpfuff: starsrift: Diacetylmorphine: Officer Barrelroll: I wish someone had followed his statement up with a question about when he last spoke with Pavarotti.

Damn that would have been EPIC had someone done that.

You suppose the press corps just nixes those kind of "gotcha" moments out of respect for the office or some other noble ideal?

They're not supposed to create news. Provoking a political figure into a mis-step would be doing that. Paparazzi and trash press do that. Proper journalists do not.

It's not like Trump needs any help embarrassing himself, anyway.

Opinions like this are why journalism is dying.

Asking a follow up is not "provoking," it's doing their f*cking job. The press isn't supposed to just blindly accept anything.


Trying to lure a public figure into a mis-statement instead of asking a well-intentioned question with a reason behind it that has the side effect of the subject farking up - "Which newspapers do you read?" - are two different things.
It's kind of like the difference between trolling and merely holding a different opinion. One is done in good faith, one is not.
 
2017-04-21 09:36:57 AM  

LowbrowDeluxe: Given what he's done, I'm not ever going to actually feel bad for him, but honestly it is pretty sad.  Like not FOR him.  But in a general human sense, just seeing it.  Knowing it happens to other, worthwhile people.  I miss you still, Sir Pratchett.


"A man is not dead as long as his name is still spoken."
Sir Terry Pratchett

Thanks for helping keep one of the Good Guys alive...in a sense.
 
2017-04-21 09:44:24 AM  
Saying "I'm friends with him" when the guy is dead means that you can argue "I still consider him a friend, so I didn't use past tense", and since the guy is dead, there is no risk that the guy will turn up on the news saying "Friends?  That's bullshiat.  The guy owes me money and I hate everything about him".
 
2017-04-21 09:44:42 AM  

Lee Jackson Beauregard: But the Bible thumpers lurv him.


I wonder if they are still going to lurv him when their bibles become the only form of healthcare they can afford?
 
2017-04-21 09:45:07 AM  

Pandora's Litterbox: Is this what will finally get Ryan and the Turtle to pull the trigger on impeachment?


Don't they have enough ammo already?
During the Song In Praise of The Wonderful Chocolate CakeTM, Trump boasts about how he just dropped a bunch of bombs on Iraq...
when their actual destination and where they went BOOM was SYRIA.

Does anyone else find that kind of carelessness terrifying?
 
2017-04-21 09:48:39 AM  
Media: You're a dead man.
Trump: I'm a dead man?
Media: That's right. I just faxed the clerk of New York and asked him what he knew about Luciano Pavarotti and do you want to know what he replied?
Trump: Did you just say Pavarotti ?
Media: Yes, I did.
Trump: Pavarotti with a P?
Media: That's right.
Trump: Pavarotti's dead!
Media: [holds up fax] I'm aware of that!
Trump: Well my friend is not Luciano Pavarotti! It's Davarotti Luciano D-avarotti ! "D-A-varotti"
 
2017-04-21 09:49:45 AM  
If you listen carefully, he doesn't say  "Luciano Pavarotti's a friend of mine, great friend of mine". He doesn't use the present tense. He starts the sentence with "Through the ages" and said "to Luciano Pavarotti, a friend of mine, great friend of mine". He could have easily been talking in the past tense. I get the joke, but there are many other opportunities to make fun of him for quotes that are accurate.
 
2017-04-21 09:49:47 AM  
I hate Trump.

That said, calling someone "a great friend of mine," even though they are deceased, is not that uncommon.

It's quite possible Trump knows fully well that Pavarotti is dead, and thus unable to dispute the notion of such a friendship.

So really, what folks should be focusing on is whether Trump ever met or even knew Pavarotti.
 
2017-04-21 09:51:12 AM  

starsrift: grumpfuff: starsrift: Diacetylmorphine: Officer Barrelroll: I wish someone had followed his statement up with a question about when he last spoke with Pavarotti.

Damn that would have been EPIC had someone done that.

You suppose the press corps just nixes those kind of "gotcha" moments out of respect for the office or some other noble ideal?

They're not supposed to create news. Provoking a political figure into a mis-step would be doing that. Paparazzi and trash press do that. Proper journalists do not.

It's not like Trump needs any help embarrassing himself, anyway.

Opinions like this are why journalism is dying.

Asking a follow up is not "provoking," it's doing their f*cking job. The press isn't supposed to just blindly accept anything.

Trying to lure a public figure into a mis-statement instead of asking a well-intentioned question with a reason behind it that has the side effect of the subject farking up - "Which newspapers do you read?" - are two different things.
It's kind of like the difference between trolling and merely holding a different opinion. One is done in good faith, one is not.


If Donald doesn't want to be questioned about his relationship with [person], he can simply not mention that person. Asking follow-ups on something Donald brought up is absolutely the job of the press, even if its embarrassing.

If Donald says he has a great friendship with John Wayne, should the press just smile and nod about that too? Your argument is essentially "Truth is not as important as avoiding embarrassing the president." Sorry, that's bullsh*t.
 
2017-04-21 09:55:24 AM  
He's even attacking our milk.

F U, Trump!

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2017-04-21 09:55:29 AM  

Great_Milenko: draconian: You farking idiots sure do not like context, leaving out how he is talking about Italy's history of artistic achievement...and I guess stop calling a person a friend after they die. Such cold-hearted ignoramuses.

The issue is he has to insert himself into every situation to make himself look good.  He can't just say that Italy has a historical tradition of artistic achievement stretching from the Renaissance to modern masters such as Pavarotti, or maybe name check a current Italian artist.   He has to show that the most popular tenor of a generation acknowledged His greatness.  he's a starfarker, pure and simple.


...either that, or he lives an incredibly rich fantasy life.
Walter Mitty's got nuthin' on Trump....
 
2017-04-21 10:00:02 AM  
Luciano married hotter.

media.gettyimages.comoperachic.typepad.com
 
2017-04-21 10:03:27 AM  

TheGogmagog:

I kind of hate these stories. They do show a troubling greater trend, which should be documented and accurately portrayed in books/movies, but they are easy to dismiss individually by supporters.

There are real issues and concerns that we should maintain focus on.   The tax documents, is important, but feels like screaming Benghazi.  The Nepatism and appointing under qualified people to made up positions. The ties to Russia, and Russian social engineering to influence the election toward Trump, is real and significant.  We should maintain focus on that until the other side is sick of hearing about it, and possibly begins to question their opinions.  Harping on Benghazi and Emails had made Hillary unlikeable, even to people who found no fault in what she did.


sauce_jenkins: Watched video a couple of times. I'm no Trumpet, but it doesn't really seem to imply that he thinks Pavarotti is still alive. In fact, he seems cognizant and respectful of the fact he's gone. Attacks like this dilute the real concerns about Trump's leadership and these sorts of assumptions delegitimize any valid complaints about him and his administration


Who did you vote for?
 
2017-04-21 10:04:17 AM  
Not friends.

Pavarotti Widow Tells Trump to Stop Using 'Nessun Dorma' in Campaign, NBC News, 7/22/16
"Luciano Pavarotti's widow has told Donald Trump to stop playing the tenor's most famous aria at campaign events, saying the billionaire's values are 'incompatible' with the world's most recognized opera singer."

The Long Goodbye, The Guardian Observer, 5/19/02
"A while ago, Donald Trump engaged Pavarotti for a concert at one of his Atlantic City casinos. He appeared, squawked a few Neapolitan songs, and left even the musically undemanding punters who had wandered in from the gaming tables so disgruntled that Trump demanded the return of his fee."

Here's hoping the widow comes out and makes a statement again.
 
2017-04-21 10:05:23 AM  

hubiestubert: clodcomplex: [img.fark.net image 586x606]

I mentioned this in the Sarah Palin thread, but is anyone else flinching when they see Ted and Kid Rock wearing hats in the Oval Office?

Because I'm terrified that my Grandma is going to rise from the grave to slap the sh*t out of me for just LOOKING at such a thing, let alone contemplating it on my own.

For folks who seem to get outraged at "disrespecting the office" with shoes and the like, folks seem to be awfully quiet about folks putting their feet on the upholstery and otherwise treating the Oval Office like a prop at the Chucky Cheese on Wiltshire and Pismo.


Yes and no.  To loosely paraphrase some dead guy.  When manners become a bludgeon to enforce behavior and limit advancement, they cease to be a positive force.

So, yeah.  I was raised with the no hat for men indoors rule, but it's a farking stupid sexist rule, that accomplishes nothing more than giving snotty people an excuse to judge others.
 
2017-04-21 10:07:22 AM  

Great_Milenko: draconian: You farking idiots sure do not like context, leaving out how he is talking about Italy's history of artistic achievement...and I guess stop calling a person a friend after they die. Such cold-hearted ignoramuses.

The issue is he has to insert himself into every situation to make himself look good.  He can't just say...


No, the issue according to the article is that Trump called a dead person a friend...just more MSM fake news trying to drum up more hate and outrage. You know, like how Fox News used to do with Obama, only now its everyone doing it.

Was wrong then, still wrong now only its everyone buying into the shiat instead of just the few conservatives that watched Fox.
 
2017-04-21 10:07:45 AM  

starsrift: So when meeting with a foreign head of state, he was literally, "I have an Italian friend"?

I don't... ah. I just. Wow.


"I love that Olive Garden. Tremendous pasta dishes. Tremendous. And don't get me started on that Vinnie Barbarino. Great guy. Just the best"
 
2017-04-21 10:09:20 AM  

Lady J: Officer Barrelroll: bonobo73: ftv: "...Pavarotti, a friend of mine, a great friend of mine,..."

No present tense (or any tense), no foul.

Thanks wapost, subby and mods for greenlighting a big bag of nothing.

That's because Trump doesn't speak English like a normal adult.  I'm much more likely to believe that Trump is lying and has no idea that Pavarotti is dead as opposed to him speaking in a more general sense that they were once great friends.

I wish someone had followed his statement up with a question about when he last spoke with Pavarotti.  I bet Trump would have said Pavarotti called him to congratulate him on winning the election and telling him it was glorious how Trump got 306 electoral votes when nobody thought it was possible.

People need to start doing this. Giving him enough rope to hang himself.


I would love to see this.
 
2017-04-21 10:23:08 AM  
I'm starting to think maybe we shouldn't have elected Trump.
 
2017-04-21 10:25:05 AM  

skinink: I'm more offended that he thinks every piece of decor looks better off good colored. Those curtains behind him look shiatty. Trump could just hire an interior decorator to make good decisions for him. Those curtains are so tacky, they look like something someone purchased from a 99¢ store.


Yeah, just like that tacky gold shiat in trump tower.
 
2017-04-21 10:27:33 AM  

NakedReporta: Not friends.

Pavarotti Widow Tells Trump to Stop Using 'Nessun Dorma' in Campaign, NBC News, 7/22/16
"Luciano Pavarotti's widow has told Donald Trump to stop playing the tenor's most famous aria at campaign events, saying the billionaire's values are 'incompatible' with the world's most recognized opera singer."

The Long Goodbye, The Guardian Observer, 5/19/02
"A while ago, Donald Trump engaged Pavarotti for a concert at one of his Atlantic City casinos. He appeared, squawked a few Neapolitan songs, and left even the musically undemanding punters who had wandered in from the gaming tables so disgruntled that Trump demanded the return of his fee."

Here's hoping the widow comes out and makes a statement again.


"My husband's been dead for a decade, you name-dropping nincompoop. How 'bout you stop pissing on his grave, Lord Dampnut?"

I'd pay to hear her say that to him.
 
2017-04-21 10:32:26 AM  

Plissken: My wife's father has been dead for about the same amount of time as Pavarotti. Not once has anyone who knew him said "is" when referring to him since his death, not even the stupidest people.


I've participated in a few anti-drumpf rallies.  I've spoken ill of him on a regular basis.  I think he's a horrible human being.

That said, did you watch the vid?   The fark headline doesn't accurately quote the link nor the vid.  There is no "is" in what he said.

"From Venice to Florence, from Verdi to Pavarotti - Pavarotti, friend of mine.  Great friend of mine."

He doesn't say Pavarotti's first name, he doesn't say is, and he didn't say "a."  None of that was said.  You can skip past the first 9 seconds if you are really busy, but it only takes a few seconds for him to say he was friends with the dead guy. And he said it EXACTLY the way any sane person would say it in that situation, if they were an egomaniac asshole and wanted to insert themselves into everything.  No one, in that situation, would say "Pavarotti - that dead guy - friend of mine.  Great friend of mine" or some such.  Everyone there knows Pavarotti is dead.  No need to mention it.
 
2017-04-21 10:37:18 AM  
vignette3.wikia.nocookie.net

RIP Pavarotti.  I knew him well.
 
2017-04-21 10:38:23 AM  
Here's a Friday joke/groan for ya: Trump, Frederick Douglas, and Pavarotti walk into a bar...Trump asks the bartender to make his great friends a stiff drink.
 
2017-04-21 10:40:39 AM  
Well, maybe they are friends. Or at least Trump said as much in February 2001 to the New York Times about Pavarotti's "free" concert at Trump's Taj Mahal that month after the lackluster November 2000 performance that reportedly had Trump asking for his money back.

"After the November concert, there were reports that Mr. Pavarotti agreed to return to the casino only after Mr. Trump demanded his money back. Mr. Trump, who did not attend the second concert, said in a telephone interview: ''That's totally false. He went backstage and apologized to everybody. He wasn't satisfied and wanted to come back. He had the flu. Luciano is a great friend. I don't get angry at my friends.''

Then again, it was in The New York Times, and we all know they're "fake news" ...
 
2017-04-21 10:42:38 AM  

grumpfuff: starsrift: Trying to lure a public figure into a mis-statement instead of asking a well-intentioned question with a reason behind it that has the side effect of the subject farking up - "Which newspapers do you read?" - are two different things.
It's kind of like the difference between trolling and merely holding a different opinion. One is done in good faith, one is not.

If Donald doesn't want to be questioned about his relationship with [person], he can simply not mention that person. Asking follow-ups on something Donald brought up is absolutely the job of the press, even if its embarrassing.

If Donald says he has a great friendship with John Wayne, should the press just smile and nod about that too? Your argument is essentially "Truth is not as important as avoiding embarrassing the president." Sorry, that's bullsh*t.


Almost, but not quite. My point is, "truth about something irrelevant in order to embarrass a public figure for the sole purpose of embarrassing that person isn't as important as whatever the actual press conference is about." It's immaterial, really.

Trying to relate to an entire farking country in that manner is embarrassing enough, regardless.

Either way, we can disagree; I suspect we agree in principle, just not in detail. Cheers, bud. :)
 
2017-04-21 10:46:01 AM  
"The Wonderful People's House...known as the White House."

This one stuck out more to me than the Pick An Italian Celebrity, Any Italian Celebrity moment.
 
2017-04-21 10:46:26 AM  
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2017-04-21 10:47:00 AM  

ArcadianRefugee: EJ25T: clodcomplex: [img.fark.net image 586x606]

Not one, but two "real Americans" wearing hats in the goddamn Oval Office. Reeeal nice, Clark.
[img.fark.net image 320x240]

You should always remove your hat.

Because reasons.


Emily Post here to help you; looks like they ignored three separate reasons
http://emilypost.com/advice/hats-off-hat-etiquette-for-everyone/

Take hats off, including baseball caps ...
In someone's home
At mealtimes, at the table
While being introduced, indoors or out (unless it's frigid!)
In a house of worship, unless a hat or head covering is required
Indoors at work, especially in an office (unless required for the job)
In public buildings such as a school, library, courthouse, or town hall

In restaurants and coffee shops
At a movie or any indoor performance
When the national anthem is played
When the flag of the United States passes by, as in a parade
 
2017-04-21 10:49:29 AM  
Maybe Trump knew he was dead, maybe he didn't, but giving him the benefit of the doubt was thrown out the window years ago because everything he's ever said in his life is complete and utter bullshiat. So there's that.

/except the daughter farking
 
2017-04-21 10:49:51 AM  

NakedReporta: Then again, it was in The New York Times, and we all know they're "fake news" ...


the only "fake news" here is the fark headline, which invented words which weren't said and which no one in this thread seems to want to actually watch the vid to verify.  I know "RTFA" is a cliche, and I know vids have sounds and such, but really...you're all having a conversation about nothing.

I mean for fark's sake, he said "from Verdi to Pavarotti" - Verdi died in 1901, the trolling headline submitter didn't note that drumpf didn't clarify he was dead, either.

The word "is" was not uttered.  It was not present tense.  Submitter was a troll.
 
2017-04-21 10:51:37 AM  

NakedReporta: Well, maybe they are friends. Or at least Trump said as much in February 2001 to the New York Times about Pavarotti's "free" concert at Trump's Taj Mahal that month after the lackluster November 2000 performance that reportedly had Trump asking for his money back.

"After the November concert, there were reports that Mr. Pavarotti agreed to return to the casino only after Mr. Trump demanded his money back. Mr. Trump, who did not attend the second concert, said in a telephone interview: ''That's totally false. He went backstage and apologized to everybody. He wasn't satisfied and wanted to come back. He had the flu. Luciano is a great friend. I don't get angry at my friends.''

Then again, it was in The New York Times, and we all know they're "fake news" ...


"The last was a singalong: the drinking chorus from La Traviata. What made it astonishing is that Mr. Pavarotti rightly expected that his audience knew the Italian words and where the rests were, and that he could insert some semblance of taste by announcing: ''I am conducting you. If you don't want to destroy everything, don't clap along.'' "

Concert clappers are the worst vermin ever.
 
2017-04-21 10:53:30 AM  
Well, that's it. Now I'm seriously on the fence about voting for Luciano Pavarotti.
 
2017-04-21 10:59:14 AM  
This thread has gone romper room
 
2017-04-21 11:14:31 AM  

Ker_Thwap: Yes and no. To loosely paraphrase some dead guy. When manners become a bludgeon to enforce behavior and limit advancement, they cease to be a positive force.

So, yeah. I was raised with the no hat for men indoors rule, but it's a farking stupid sexist rule, that accomplishes nothing more than giving snotty people an excuse to judge others.


So why take your hat off for the playing of the national anthem? Pledge of allegiance?
 
2017-04-21 11:16:03 AM  

draconian: You farking idiots sure do not like context, leaving out how he is talking about Italy's history of artistic achievement...and I guess stop calling a person a friend after they die. Such cold-hearted ignoramuses.


I guess it depends on what the meaning of "is" is.
 
2017-04-21 11:17:09 AM  
Yep, of course. You libs are all wetting your boxers/panties (or both) over this slip-up. Of course he didn't mean Pavarotti, he was talking about Paganini. Doofuses.

img.fark.net
 
2017-04-21 11:20:24 AM  

lucksi: Does this mean Opera Man is coming back to SNL?

But yeah, call that guy your friend. Not likely that he'll rise from the dead to dispute your "facts"


It's possible he never even met the man.
 
2017-04-21 11:20:59 AM  
Garbage like this is why I left the left. Seems like the entire liberal world has gone the way of the Tea Party in their idiocy, ranting and raving.

http://www.nytimes.com/2001/02/11/nyregion/music-review-at-casino-pav​a​rotti-comes-back.html

From Feb 2001
"Luciano is a great friend. I don't get angry at my friends.''
 
2017-04-21 11:26:25 AM  

Delta1212: draconian: You farking idiots sure do not like context, leaving out how he is talking about Italy's history of artistic achievement...and I guess stop calling a person a friend after they die. Such cold-hearted ignoramuses.

I guess it depends on what the meaning of "is" is.


I guess if I injected words in, that he did not say, sure... Too bad for you he said "Friend of mine, great friend of mine" and nothing else, a thing that most people would say about a dead friend when keeping the god damn mother farking context he was in.

Again, todays liberals showing that facts mean nothing to them and they are the Fox News watching Tea Partiers of a few years ago.
 
2017-04-21 11:27:51 AM  

Latinwolf: lucksi: Does this mean Opera Man is coming back to SNL?

But yeah, call that guy your friend. Not likely that he'll rise from the dead to dispute your "facts"

It's possible he never even met the man.


frinkiac.com
 
2017-04-21 11:30:23 AM  

bingo the psych-o: [vignette3.wikia.nocookie.net image 200x244]

RIP Pavarotti.  I knew him well.


DIVE!!!!
 
2017-04-21 11:30:47 AM  
Suspect is hatted.  I repeat, hatted.
 
2017-04-21 11:33:44 AM  
Trump could be tinkering, if not hitting below the Buchanan line.
 
2017-04-21 11:34:49 AM  

beerrun: Ker_Thwap: Yes and no. To loosely paraphrase some dead guy. When manners become a bludgeon to enforce behavior and limit advancement, they cease to be a positive force.

So, yeah. I was raised with the no hat for men indoors rule, but it's a farking stupid sexist rule, that accomplishes nothing more than giving snotty people an excuse to judge others.

So why take your hat off for the playing of the national anthem? Pledge of allegiance?


Same deal, you do it if you want to show your respect.  I'm not going to judge you one way or another if you choose to, or choose not to.  I'm also not going to twist it into a six degrees of Kevin Bacon situation, where it's crafted into some kind of insult to veterans who died to protect the flag.  That's just jingoistic illogical garbage.
 
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