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2017-09-04 07:51:33 PM  
Is it a fox anchorette? No? No1curr.
 
2017-09-04 10:59:07 PM  
Who the crap is that guy?  He's not Steve Doocy and he's not the brown-haired guy wbo isn't Steve Doocy.
 
2017-09-04 11:37:25 PM  
"A few years ago I discovered a simple tool for building passive unearned income. I call it my Freedom Number. It's a simple formula that will take you 5 minutes to use."

img.fark.net

Ha ha, no. Not downloading that.
 
2017-09-05 01:13:25 AM  
Let me guess: the stupid one?
 
2017-09-05 01:14:16 AM  
And it'll remain our president's number one source of infromation
 
2017-09-05 01:16:21 AM  
Who?
 
2017-09-05 01:17:32 AM  
Good white blondes are in need of Work
 
2017-09-05 01:18:34 AM  

PanicMan: Let me guess: the stupid one?


When you put it that way, yeah it's so obvious.
 
2017-09-05 01:25:26 AM  

Summoner101: And it'll remain our president's number one source of infromation


I figured this was the impeachment headline.
 
2017-09-05 01:28:45 AM  
I have no idea who this ANSI-standard FoxNews sh*tspigot is, but if his car were to skid off a roadway and he were to die upside-down in his car in a drainage canal?

Well I'd honestly wish it hadn't happened, and that he'd arrived home and enjoyed another of many fine evenings with his family.
 
2017-09-05 01:28:49 AM  
Looking to create true legacy wealth for your family? The kind of wealth that you hand down to the next generation?

I've found that the only true way is to create passive income through real estate investing. And the only way to start on this journey is to understand your Freedom Number.


TIL: Nobody passed down wealth to future generations except through real estate investing, and nobody was able to do that until they had this guy's secret formula.  Carnegie, Rockefeller, Gates, Jobs, you're all frauds.  Fake news.

Spoiler alert: His secret formula is just "buy enough houses so that a conservative estimate of your rental income is greater than your average monthly expenses".

Of course, poor people usually have plenty of cash lying around to buy and fix up houses to rent, so it's something anyone can do!
 
2017-09-05 01:29:58 AM  
img.fark.net
 
2017-09-05 01:30:35 AM  
This means something.
 
2017-09-05 01:35:14 AM  

fusillade762: "A few years ago I discovered a simple tool for building passive unearned income. I call it my Freedom Number. It's a simple formula that will take you 5 minutes to use."

[img.fark.net image 509x442]

Ha ha, no. Not downloading that.


It looks like he's hoping to build a career in grifting.
 
2017-09-05 01:38:21 AM  
GTFO you sewage spewing shiat gargler. Unfortunately, they'll have another faces monger willing to drink from their sewage fountain lined up. But may this particular asshole find no shelter till he dies, because asshole is not a protected class, nor should it be.
 
2017-09-05 01:49:28 AM  
i remember him from when he was still on the daily buzz. it was kind of mindless morning entertainment, but better than fox & friends. i don't remember him having a strong conservative leaning, but it has been quite a while. i guess he wanted more pay/'prestige'

img.fark.net
 
2017-09-05 01:49:48 AM  

fusillade762: "A few years ago I discovered a simple tool for building passive unearned income. I call it my Freedom Number. It's a simple formula that will take you 5 minutes to use."

[img.fark.net image 509x442]

Ha ha, no. Not downloading that.


Going from Fox and Friends host to internet scammer seems like a lateral move.
 
2017-09-05 01:54:28 AM  

Sum Dum Gai: Looking to create true legacy wealth for your family? The kind of wealth that you hand down to the next generation?

I've found that the only true way is to create passive income through real estate investing. And the only way to start on this journey is to understand your Freedom Number.

TIL: Nobody passed down wealth to future generations except through real estate investing, and nobody was able to do that until they had this guy's secret formula.  Carnegie, Rockefeller, Gates, Jobs, you're all frauds.  Fake news.

Spoiler alert: His secret formula is just "buy enough houses so that a conservative estimate of your rental income is greater than your average monthly expenses".

Of course, poor people usually have plenty of cash lying around to buy and fix up houses to rent, so it's something anyone can do!


Oh, and the guy's plan (which you can find here without having to give him your email) also fundamentally assumes you incur zero additional expenses from operating these rental properties, and all of your rental revenue is pure profit.  So apparently, he doesn't pay mortgages on these, nor insurance, nor property taxes, nor income taxes, and there is no budget for any other types of operating expenses apart from a nebulous 40% that is set aside for "vacancies and repairs".

And of course, in order to not pay mortgages on these properties, then you have to sink a huge amount of capital in to buying the properties - capital which you might or might not be able to easily get back depending on housing market prices.  If you do intend to finance the property purchase by mortgages, you now take on a huge amount of debt, and you need to get more properties because every one now generates less revenue.

And this is the business plan he's supposedly spent years developing?  All that time, and all he came up with is basically:

Number of properties required to pay your monthly expenses = (Your average monthly expenses) / (Average Rent  * 60%)
 
2017-09-05 01:55:58 AM  

divgradcurl: i remember him from when he was still on the daily buzz. it was kind of mindless morning entertainment, but better than fox & friends. i don't remember him having a strong conservative leaning, but it has been quite a while. i guess he wanted more pay/'prestige'

[img.fark.net image 246x138]


Ok daily buzz was better than any of the morning shows on the news networks.
 
2017-09-05 02:13:06 AM  
it's never the two stupidest ones. I think they may be androids.
 
2017-09-05 02:15:39 AM  

log_jammin: it's never the two stupidest ones. I think they may be androids.


You are going to have to be a little more specific than that.
 
2017-09-05 02:15:42 AM  

Sum Dum Gai: Sum Dum Gai: Looking to create true legacy wealth for your family? The kind of wealth that you hand down to the next generation?

I've found that the only true way is to create passive income through real estate investing. And the only way to start on this journey is to understand your Freedom Number.

TIL: Nobody passed down wealth to future generations except through real estate investing, and nobody was able to do that until they had this guy's secret formula.  Carnegie, Rockefeller, Gates, Jobs, you're all frauds.  Fake news.

Spoiler alert: His secret formula is just "buy enough houses so that a conservative estimate of your rental income is greater than your average monthly expenses".

Of course, poor people usually have plenty of cash lying around to buy and fix up houses to rent, so it's something anyone can do!

Oh, and the guy's plan (which you can find here without having to give him your email) also fundamentally assumes you incur zero additional expenses from operating these rental properties, and all of your rental revenue is pure profit.  So apparently, he doesn't pay mortgages on these, nor insurance, nor property taxes, nor income taxes, and there is no budget for any other types of operating expenses apart from a nebulous 40% that is set aside for "vacancies and repairs".

And of course, in order to not pay mortgages on these properties, then you have to sink a huge amount of capital in to buying the properties - capital which you might or might not be able to easily get back depending on housing market prices.  If you do intend to finance the property purchase by mortgages, you now take on a huge amount of debt, and you need to get more properties because every one now generates less revenue.

And this is the business plan he's supposedly spent years developing?  All that time, and all he came up with is basically:

Number of properties required to pay your monthly expenses = (Your average monthly expenses) / (Average Rent  * 60%)


Sounds like perhaps what he's really doing is retiring from TV to run Ponzi schemes, or maybe a "Trump University" con, doesn't it?
 
2017-09-05 02:17:12 AM  

log_jammin: it's never the two stupidest ones. I think they may be androids.


Geek tab is over there.➡
 
TWX
2017-09-05 02:18:29 AM  
Veronica Sawyer: I don't really like my friends.

J.D.: I... I don't really like your friends either.

Veronica Sawyer: Well, it's just like - they're people I work with, and our job is being popular and shiat.
 
2017-09-05 02:20:56 AM  

forgotmydamnusername: Sum Dum Gai: Sum Dum Gai:
Sounds like perhaps what he's really doing is retiring from TV to run Ponzi schemes, or maybe a "Trump University" con, doesn't it?


Huh. Having read more of the thread, I see this is already well covered. Doh!
 
2017-09-05 02:36:44 AM  

forgotmydamnusername: Sum Dum Gai: Sum Dum Gai: Looking to create true legacy wealth for your family? The kind of wealth that you hand down to the next generation?

I've found that the only true way is to create passive income through real estate investing. And the only way to start on this journey is to understand your Freedom Number.

TIL: Nobody passed down wealth to future generations except through real estate investing, and nobody was able to do that until they had this guy's secret formula.  Carnegie, Rockefeller, Gates, Jobs, you're all frauds.  Fake news.

Spoiler alert: His secret formula is just "buy enough houses so that a conservative estimate of your rental income is greater than your average monthly expenses".

Of course, poor people usually have plenty of cash lying around to buy and fix up houses to rent, so it's something anyone can do!

Oh, and the guy's plan (which you can find here without having to give him your email) also fundamentally assumes you incur zero additional expenses from operating these rental properties, and all of your rental revenue is pure profit.  So apparently, he doesn't pay mortgages on these, nor insurance, nor property taxes, nor income taxes, and there is no budget for any other types of operating expenses apart from a nebulous 40% that is set aside for "vacancies and repairs".

And of course, in order to not pay mortgages on these properties, then you have to sink a huge amount of capital in to buying the properties - capital which you might or might not be able to easily get back depending on housing market prices.  If you do intend to finance the property purchase by mortgages, you now take on a huge amount of debt, and you need to get more properties because every one now generates less revenue.

And this is the business plan he's supposedly spent years developing?  All that time, and all he came up with is basically:

Number of properties required to pay your monthly expenses = (Your average monthly expenses) / (Average Rent  * 60%)

So ...


I hope he takes a long walk off a short pier.
 
2017-09-05 02:48:38 AM  

Sum Dum Gai: Looking to create true legacy wealth for your family? The kind of wealth that you hand down to the next generation?

I've found that the only true way is to create passive income through real estate investing. And the only way to start on this journey is to understand your Freedom Number.

TIL: Nobody passed down wealth to future generations except through real estate investing, and nobody was able to do that until they had this guy's secret formula.  Carnegie, Rockefeller, Gates, Jobs, you're all frauds.  Fake news.

Spoiler alert: His secret formula is just "buy enough houses so that a conservative estimate of your rental income is greater than your average monthly expenses".

Of course, poor people usually have plenty of cash lying around to buy and fix up houses to rent, so it's something anyone can do!


Well. back when mortgages were as easy to get a calling a 1-800 number it was possible for anyone to get the leverage needed to build a rental empire. Now you have to be wealthy from the get-go. Thanks Obama.
/Idontknowwhatimtalkingabout
 
2017-09-05 02:50:47 AM  

Sum Dum Gai: Sum Dum Gai: Looking to create true legacy wealth for your family? The kind of wealth that you hand down to the next generation?

I've found that the only true way is to create passive income through real estate investing. And the only way to start on this journey is to understand your Freedom Number.

TIL: Nobody passed down wealth to future generations except through real estate investing, and nobody was able to do that until they had this guy's secret formula.  Carnegie, Rockefeller, Gates, Jobs, you're all frauds.  Fake news.

Spoiler alert: His secret formula is just "buy enough houses so that a conservative estimate of your rental income is greater than your average monthly expenses".

Of course, poor people usually have plenty of cash lying around to buy and fix up houses to rent, so it's something anyone can do!

Oh, and the guy's plan (which you can find here without having to give him your email) also fundamentally assumes you incur zero additional expenses from operating these rental properties, and all of your rental revenue is pure profit.  So apparently, he doesn't pay mortgages on these, nor insurance, nor property taxes, nor income taxes, and there is no budget for any other types of operating expenses apart from a nebulous 40% that is set aside for "vacancies and repairs".

And of course, in order to not pay mortgages on these properties, then you have to sink a huge amount of capital in to buying the properties - capital which you might or might not be able to easily get back depending on housing market prices.  If you do intend to finance the property purchase by mortgages, you now take on a huge amount of debt, and you need to get more properties because every one now generates less revenue.

And this is the business plan he's supposedly spent years developing?  All that time, and all he came up with is basically:

Number of properties required to pay your monthly expenses = (Your average monthly expenses) / (Average Rent  * 60%)


It's genius. This is better than The Secret
 
2017-09-05 03:11:31 AM  

giantmeteor: Sum Dum Gai: Looking to create true legacy wealth for your family? The kind of wealth that you hand down to the next generation?

I've found that the only true way is to create passive income through real estate investing. And the only way to start on this journey is to understand your Freedom Number.

TIL: Nobody passed down wealth to future generations except through real estate investing, and nobody was able to do that until they had this guy's secret formula.  Carnegie, Rockefeller, Gates, Jobs, you're all frauds.  Fake news.

Spoiler alert: His secret formula is just "buy enough houses so that a conservative estimate of your rental income is greater than your average monthly expenses".

Of course, poor people usually have plenty of cash lying around to buy and fix up houses to rent, so it's something anyone can do!

Well. back when mortgages were as easy to get a calling a 1-800 number it was possible for anyone to get the leverage needed to build a rental empire. Now you have to be wealthy from the get-go. Thanks Obama.
/Idontknowwhatimtalkingabout


I knew one guy who basically did that. Paper millionaire playing a real life bad Monopoly strategy with the bank's money, always on the phone for a couple of years. By the end of 2008, no houses, and could barely afford a can of Steel Reserve, much less his phone bill, or the Beemer payment. Funny shiat, in a way. Yet also sad and irritating at the same time.
 
2017-09-05 03:16:30 AM  
Farking pop up auto play ad. Fark you subby.
 
2017-09-05 03:58:20 AM  

Sum Dum Gai: Sum Dum Gai: Looking to create true legacy wealth for your family? The kind of wealth that you hand down to the next generation?

I've found that the only true way is to create passive income through real estate investing. And the only way to start on this journey is to understand your Freedom Number.

TIL: Nobody passed down wealth to future generations except through real estate investing, and nobody was able to do that until they had this guy's secret formula.  Carnegie, Rockefeller, Gates, Jobs, you're all frauds.  Fake news.

Spoiler alert: His secret formula is just "buy enough houses so that a conservative estimate of your rental income is greater than your average monthly expenses".

Of course, poor people usually have plenty of cash lying around to buy and fix up houses to rent, so it's something anyone can do!

Oh, and the guy's plan (which you can find here without having to give him your email) also fundamentally assumes you incur zero additional expenses from operating these rental properties, and all of your rental revenue is pure profit.  So apparently, he doesn't pay mortgages on these, nor insurance, nor property taxes, nor income taxes, and there is no budget for any other types of operating expenses apart from a nebulous 40% that is set aside for "vacancies and repairs".

And of course, in order to not pay mortgages on these properties, then you have to sink a huge amount of capital in to buying the properties - capital which you might or might not be able to easily get back depending on housing market prices.  If you do intend to finance the property purchase by mortgages, you now take on a huge amount of debt, and you need to get more properties because every one now generates less revenue.

And this is the business plan he's supposedly spent years developing?  All that time, and all he came up with is basically:

Number of properties required to pay your monthly expenses = (Your average monthly expenses) / (Average Rent  * 60%)


So his great plan is to become a slumlord?
 
2017-09-05 04:43:03 AM  

Gordon Bennett: Sum Dum Gai: Sum Dum Gai: Looking to create true legacy wealth for your family? The kind of wealth that you hand down to the next generation?

I've found that the only true way is to create passive income through real estate investing. And the only way to start on this journey is to understand your Freedom Number.

TIL: Nobody passed down wealth to future generations except through real estate investing, and nobody was able to do that until they had this guy's secret formula.  Carnegie, Rockefeller, Gates, Jobs, you're all frauds.  Fake news.

Spoiler alert: His secret formula is just "buy enough houses so that a conservative estimate of your rental income is greater than your average monthly expenses".

Of course, poor people usually have plenty of cash lying around to buy and fix up houses to rent, so it's something anyone can do!

Oh, and the guy's plan (which you can find here without having to give him your email) also fundamentally assumes you incur zero additional expenses from operating these rental properties, and all of your rental revenue is pure profit.  So apparently, he doesn't pay mortgages on these, nor insurance, nor property taxes, nor income taxes, and there is no budget for any other types of operating expenses apart from a nebulous 40% that is set aside for "vacancies and repairs".

And of course, in order to not pay mortgages on these properties, then you have to sink a huge amount of capital in to buying the properties - capital which you might or might not be able to easily get back depending on housing market prices.  If you do intend to finance the property purchase by mortgages, you now take on a huge amount of debt, and you need to get more properties because every one now generates less revenue.

And this is the business plan he's supposedly spent years developing?  All that time, and all he came up with is basically:

Number of properties required to pay your monthly expenses = (Your average monthly expenses) / (Average Rent  * 60%)

So his great plan is to become a slumlord?


No. His plan is to teach you how you too can make millions of freedombucks by becoming a slumlord.
 
2017-09-05 04:47:56 AM  

Gordon Bennett: Sum Dum Gai: Sum Dum Gai: Looking to create true legacy wealth for your family? The kind of wealth that you hand down to the next generation?

I've found that the only true way is to create passive income through real estate investing. And the only way to start on this journey is to understand your Freedom Number.

TIL: Nobody passed down wealth to future generations except through real estate investing, and nobody was able to do that until they had this guy's secret formula.  Carnegie, Rockefeller, Gates, Jobs, you're all frauds.  Fake news.

Spoiler alert: His secret formula is just "buy enough houses so that a conservative estimate of your rental income is greater than your average monthly expenses".

Of course, poor people usually have plenty of cash lying around to buy and fix up houses to rent, so it's something anyone can do!

Oh, and the guy's plan (which you can find here without having to give him your email) also fundamentally assumes you incur zero additional expenses from operating these rental properties, and all of your rental revenue is pure profit.  So apparently, he doesn't pay mortgages on these, nor insurance, nor property taxes, nor income taxes, and there is no budget for any other types of operating expenses apart from a nebulous 40% that is set aside for "vacancies and repairs".

And of course, in order to not pay mortgages on these properties, then you have to sink a huge amount of capital in to buying the properties - capital which you might or might not be able to easily get back depending on housing market prices.  If you do intend to finance the property purchase by mortgages, you now take on a huge amount of debt, and you need to get more properties because every one now generates less revenue.

And this is the business plan he's supposedly spent years developing?  All that time, and all he came up with is basically:

Number of properties required to pay your monthly expenses = (Your average monthly expenses) / (Average Rent  * 60%)

So his great plan is to become a slumlord?


Dude stole my plan from Monopoly. I liked to picture Baltic Ave. hotel as basically a brothel.

/Mediterranean Hotel was more like a motel
//this is the level of boredom that game got me to
///Rentals are all fun and games until something leaks and the water damage sets in; made that a custom Chance card
 
2017-09-05 05:27:03 AM  

fusillade762: "A few years ago I discovered a simple tool for building passive unearned income. I call it my Freedom Number. It's a simple formula that will take you 5 minutes to use."

[img.fark.net image 509x442]

Ha ha, no. Not downloading that.


[marketing meeting]

man1: what are we gonna call this thing?
man2: we need something that gets the rubes clicking... family or patriot or something
man1: the patriot number? that doesnt sound right.
man2: what about freedom number?
man1: that doesnt even mean anything, how stupid do you think people are?
...
man1: freedom number it is. wanna cronut?
 
2017-09-05 05:54:19 AM  
 
2017-09-05 06:04:01 AM  
I'm happy to say that I've never heard of this person, nor anyone else on that show.
 
2017-09-05 07:14:13 AM  

Sum Dum Gai: Sum Dum Gai: Looking to create true legacy wealth for your family? The kind of wealth that you hand down to the next generation?

I've found that the only true way is to create passive income through real estate investing. And the only way to start on this journey is to understand your Freedom Number.

TIL: Nobody passed down wealth to future generations except through real estate investing, and nobody was able to do that until they had this guy's secret formula.  Carnegie, Rockefeller, Gates, Jobs, you're all frauds.  Fake news.

Spoiler alert: His secret formula is just "buy enough houses so that a conservative estimate of your rental income is greater than your average monthly expenses".

Of course, poor people usually have plenty of cash lying around to buy and fix up houses to rent, so it's something anyone can do!

Oh, and the guy's plan (which you can find here without having to give him your email) also fundamentally assumes you incur zero additional expenses from operating these rental properties, and all of your rental revenue is pure profit.  So apparently, he doesn't pay mortgages on these, nor insurance, nor property taxes, nor income taxes, and there is no budget for any other types of operating expenses apart from a nebulous 40% that is set aside for "vacancies and repairs".

And of course, in order to not pay mortgages on these properties, then you have to sink a huge amount of capital in to buying the properties - capital which you might or might not be able to easily get back depending on housing market prices.  If you do intend to finance the property purchase by mortgages, you now take on a huge amount of debt, and you need to get more properties because every one now generates less revenue.

And this is the business plan he's supposedly spent years developing?  All that time, and all he came up with is basically:

Number of properties required to pay your monthly expenses = (Your average monthly expenses) / (Average Rent  * 60%)


It's either tree fiddy or 3/5.
 
2017-09-05 07:21:48 AM  
Fox & Sycophants
Fox & Lackeys
Fox & Cohorts
Fox & Turnkeys
etc..
 
2017-09-05 08:18:56 AM  
'Fox & Friends' Host Clayton Morris

static.comicvine.com
 
2017-09-05 08:40:31 AM  
I want to spend more time with my family and this does not in any way involve me exposing myself to all of the hot hot hot ladies here or sending them dick pics or fondling myself during commercial breaks or...

What?

*looks down*

*zip*

That's never happened before, some kind of freak wardrobe failure, I...

What?

*looks down*

*sigh*

*zip*
 
2017-09-05 08:51:51 AM  

fusillade762: "A few years ago I discovered a simple tool for building passive unearned income. I call it my Freedom Number. It's a simple formula that will take you 5 minutes to use."

[img.fark.net image 509x442]

Ha ha, no. Not downloading that.


Do they even have any idea what that word means anymore?

I mean, I'd like to achieve "financial freedom" but I don't conflate that with our hard-won political rights...
 
2017-09-05 09:04:09 AM  

PanicMan: Let me guess: the stupid one?


That really narrows it down
 
2017-09-05 09:55:20 AM  

enry: Who the crap is that guy?  He's not Steve Doocy and he's not the brown-haired guy wbo isn't Steve Doocy.


The Black Haired Guy Who is Not Brown Haired Guy Who Is Not Steve Doocey
 
2017-09-05 10:04:40 AM  
I'm surprised that Abby Huntsman is on that show. She seems entirely too moderate and smart to have any association with Fox news, given her performance on the MSNBC show The Cycle.
 
2017-09-05 10:09:37 AM  

forgotmydamnusername: Sum Dum Gai: Sum Dum Gai: Looking to create true legacy wealth for your family? The kind of wealth that you hand down to the next generation?

I've found that the only true way is to create passive income through real estate investing. And the only way to start on this journey is to understand your Freedom Number.

TIL: Nobody passed down wealth to future generations except through real estate investing, and nobody was able to do that until they had this guy's secret formula.  Carnegie, Rockefeller, Gates, Jobs, you're all frauds.  Fake news.

Spoiler alert: His secret formula is just "buy enough houses so that a conservative estimate of your rental income is greater than your average monthly expenses".

Of course, poor people usually have plenty of cash lying around to buy and fix up houses to rent, so it's something anyone can do!

Oh, and the guy's plan (which you can find here without having to give him your email) also fundamentally assumes you incur zero additional expenses from operating these rental properties, and all of your rental revenue is pure profit.  So apparently, he doesn't pay mortgages on these, nor insurance, nor property taxes, nor income taxes, and there is no budget for any other types of operating expenses apart from a nebulous 40% that is set aside for "vacancies and repairs".

And of course, in order to not pay mortgages on these properties, then you have to sink a huge amount of capital in to buying the properties - capital which you might or might not be able to easily get back depending on housing market prices.  If you do intend to finance the property purchase by mortgages, you now take on a huge amount of debt, and you need to get more properties because every one now generates less revenue.

And this is the business plan he's supposedly spent years developing?  All that time, and all he came up with is basically:

Number of properties required to pay your monthly expenses = (Your average monthly expenses) / (Average Rent  * 60%)

Sounds like perhaps what he's really doing is retiring from TV to run Ponzi schemes, or maybe a "Trump University" con, doesn't it?


He needs an infomercial.

img.fark.net
 
2017-09-05 10:40:47 AM  

divgradcurl: i remember him from when he was still on the daily buzz. it was kind of mindless morning entertainment, but better than fox & friends. i don't remember him having a strong conservative leaning, but it has been quite a while. i guess he wanted more pay/'prestige'

[img.fark.net image 246x138]


The Daily buzz?! That was like having that dumb friend everyone's has on Facebook run his own TV show. Nonsense (and debunked) stories and "gee whiz!" gushing. It was absolutely painful to watch.

I joined their forums early on to point out that they had reported on a fake story. I was subsequently banned for doing so. Don't let the truth get in the way, and all that.
 
2017-09-05 10:49:12 AM  
He's been offered a position in White House coms.  bet on it.
 
2017-09-05 11:13:44 AM  
What? No Fox n Friends SNL pics? Fark, I am so disappoint.
 
2017-09-05 12:20:39 PM  

dadio86: He's been offered a position in White House coms.  bet on it.


Huckabee Sanders out.
 
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