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2020-07-05 7:24:06 PM  

Magruda: psilocyberguy: An historic ..... not A historic.

Only if you're a peasant who drops their Hs.

Nobody says "istoric"


Grrrrrr.  I know those people.  They make me stabby.
 
2020-07-05 7:28:46 PM  

rosekolodny: Magruda: psilocyberguy: An historic ..... not A historic.

Only if you're a peasant who drops their Hs.

Nobody says "istoric"

Grrrrrr.  I know those people.  They make me stabby.


Doesn't Received Pronunciation ('Queen's English') still insist on 'an historic' as well as not dropping the h, like Cockneys?
 
2020-07-05 7:35:16 PM  

what the cat dragged in: rosekolodny: Magruda: psilocyberguy: An historic ..... not A historic.

Only if you're a peasant who drops their Hs.

Nobody says "istoric"

Grrrrrr.  I know those people.  They make me stabby.

Doesn't Received Pronunciation ('Queen's English') still insist on 'an historic' as well as not dropping the h, like Cockneys?


It does; I heard a radio host using it just the other day.

I'm more annoyed by people who totally drop the h.  Houston becomes Youston. People? They're all yoomans.
 
2020-07-05 7:39:26 PM  

rosekolodny: what the cat dragged in: rosekolodny: Magruda: psilocyberguy: An historic ..... not A historic.

Only if you're a peasant who drops their Hs.

Nobody says "istoric"

Grrrrrr.  I know those people.  They make me stabby.

Doesn't Received Pronunciation ('Queen's English') still insist on 'an historic' as well as not dropping the h, like Cockneys?

It does; I heard a radio host using it just the other day.

I'm more annoyed by people who totally drop the h.  Houston becomes Youston. People? They're all yoomans.


What about the people who get depressed and decide to become an hero?
 
2020-07-05 7:40:17 PM  

PleaseHamletDon'tHurtEm: saturn badger: I woke up this morning with a rare feeling. I was depressed.

It took me a bit to sort it out but I realized it was the Bunkie shiat over the weekend. The 14 flags on the Nazi stage, the further dividing of out country with his speech, the detailed description of the killing machines as they flew over. For one they detailed how many bullets per minute then broke it down to seconds.

It is the birthday of all Americans and most were not invited. It is supposed to be uplifting and uniting. This was the polar opposite.

Then the rendition of America The Beautiful (it's supposed to be uplifting) slowed down to almost a funeral song. I'm not a musician but it sounded like they went for the minor key instead of the major.

The entire weekend has been playing in my head like a bad movie. Then the Karen at 7-11 yelling at the clerk about a mask.

I'm better now. This post helped.

Thanks for listening.

In case no one else replied, I'm a music nerd and it's one of the quarantine hobbies I've been busy with.  I think it was played in Eb major; I'm not sure, but it wasn't minor.  There are a lot of flats (notes lowered slightly in pitch) in this song which make it sound minor, though.  The part you thought was solemn may well have changed key to add more flats.  That slow selection is pretty common in orchestral music like this, to build up to the end, which usually switches back to the original, slightly happier key.

I'm the kid in band who listened to the teacher say "this song is what we call a minor key and you probably won't like it" and actually did...

Here's a fun rendition of the song in your minor key:

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Oddly fitting.


Then there's going from minor to major... like this Tool song:
Tool's Schism in Major Key
Youtube UojtFRMIp-Q
 
2020-07-05 7:43:40 PM  

Vlad_the_Inaner: rosekolodny: what the cat dragged in: rosekolodny: Magruda: psilocyberguy: An historic ..... not A historic.

Only if you're a peasant who drops their Hs.

Nobody says "istoric"

Grrrrrr.  I know those people.  They make me stabby.

Doesn't Received Pronunciation ('Queen's English') still insist on 'an historic' as well as not dropping the h, like Cockneys?

It does; I heard a radio host using it just the other day.

I'm more annoyed by people who totally drop the h.  Houston becomes Youston. People? They're all yoomans.

What about the people who get depressed and decide to become an hero?


UFF-DA.
 
2020-07-05 7:55:28 PM  

rosekolodny: what the cat dragged in: rosekolodny: Magruda: psilocyberguy: An historic ..... not A historic.

Only if you're a peasant who drops their Hs.

Nobody says "istoric"

Grrrrrr.  I know those people.  They make me stabby.

Doesn't Received Pronunciation ('Queen's English') still insist on 'an historic' as well as not dropping the h, like Cockneys?

It does; I heard a radio host using it just the other day.

I'm more annoyed by people who totally drop the h.  Houston becomes Youston. People? They're all yoomans.


That must be a yuge annoyance, seeing as how it's a New York thing.
 
2020-07-05 8:00:30 PM  

sdd2000: fortheloveof: Shaggy_C: Tarl3k: With a national mask requirement a LOT of businesses could reopen safely...but Trump won't do that because reasons.

The "reasons" being the constitution. The federal government can only recommend masks, but not make them mandatory.

Alright, I got to ask: how does the Constitution prevent the federal government from requiring masks?

He/She may be hair splitting and trying to make the argument that only a state can make the requirement and not the federal government based upon a 10th amendment argument. However, the federal government (even under the National Federation of Independent Business v. Sebelius, 567 U.S. 519 decision) could quite validly condition any additional state funding under Covid relief to a state requirement for masks.


And he did in fact go for the sad and tired 10th amendment. Which as others have pointed out falls flat on its face too easily.

I was hopeful he would try for "peaceful assembly" to the utter extreme like gun nuts do with the second, but tired troll == tired argument. Guess he's having to run between too many threads considering he seems to be the only one on the clock today.
 
2020-07-05 8:07:18 PM  
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2020-07-05 8:09:45 PM  

fortheloveof: sdd2000: fortheloveof: Shaggy_C: Tarl3k: With a national mask requirement a LOT of businesses could reopen safely...but Trump won't do that because reasons.

The "reasons" being the constitution. The federal government can only recommend masks, but not make them mandatory.

Alright, I got to ask: how does the Constitution prevent the federal government from requiring masks?

He/She may be hair splitting and trying to make the argument that only a state can make the requirement and not the federal government based upon a 10th amendment argument. However, the federal government (even under the National Federation of Independent Business v. Sebelius, 567 U.S. 519 decision) could quite validly condition any additional state funding under Covid relief to a state requirement for masks.

And he did in fact go for the sad and tired 10th amendment. Which as others have pointed out falls flat on its face too easily.

I was hopeful he would try for "peaceful assembly" to the utter extreme like gun nuts do with the second, but tired troll == tired argument. Guess he's having to run between too many threads considering he seems to be the only one on the clock today.


I am waiting to see if he is disingenuous enough to try to argue that the federal government could not condition additional funding (as opposed to existing funding) on each of the states adopting a mask ordnance with some level of penalty being required and if so what is his basis for claiming that would somehow be unconstitutional. But then this is a picture we could use then.

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2020-07-05 8:12:29 PM  

fortheloveof: stilted: Playing Devil's Advocate here...I'm anti-Trump, will be voting for Biden in November...not a Russian troll...*not* saying BSAB...

Isn't there a touch of hypocrisy in laying unemployment solely at Trump's feet, when many who oppose Trump are saying businesses have/are opening too fast and in Covid hotspots the government should be shutting everything down?

Unemployment is an inherent by-product of fighting Coronavirus. You can't slow the spread in areas of outbreak without shutting down businesses, resulting in unemployment.
..
Economic slowdown was not inevitable once we had a pandemic. In fact it could have spurred economic activity by increasing the number of employees, in order to provide service while still doing so in a safe and responsible manner.


Economic slowdown happened in US states that shut down early and states that didn't, partly because a lot of people had sense or fear and stayed in, worried about their jobs so they stopped disposable spending, retail and restaurant business dropped rapidly, and trade with China was already collapsing because they were doing shutdowns first.

But if you compare the US with Germany or other rich EU countries other than the UK, they have safety nets that protected laid-off workers and covered their medical care and food (either directly or through business subsidies); in the US, the Senate GOP and Trump Administration made sure that most of the money the House voted for doing the same here went to big corporations and generally to stockholders instead of workers.
 
2020-07-05 8:15:58 PM  

what the cat dragged in: rosekolodny: what the cat dragged in: rosekolodny: Magruda: psilocyberguy: An historic ..... not A historic.

Only if you're a peasant who drops their Hs.

Nobody says "istoric"

Grrrrrr.  I know those people.  They make me stabby.

Doesn't Received Pronunciation ('Queen's English') still insist on 'an historic' as well as not dropping the h, like Cockneys?

It does; I heard a radio host using it just the other day.

I'm more annoyed by people who totally drop the h.  Houston becomes Youston. People? They're all yoomans.

That must be a yuge annoyance, seeing as how it's a New York thing.


Nah, man.

I mean yes, but here's the *very particular* annoyance.  Deep drawl.  Texan.  "Oh hey, sweet pea, you goan downta Youston tomorrah?"

Often followed by "djeet djet?"
 
2020-07-05 8:17:56 PM  

physt: These ads are great and all but, remember, there are Republicans behind this. They are coming for Trump now but they'll be all over Dems once he's out of the way.


They were fighting Dems before, they will be again.  Nothing new.
 
2020-07-05 8:49:47 PM  

billstewart: fortheloveof: stilted: Playing Devil's Advocate here...I'm anti-Trump, will be voting for Biden in November...not a Russian troll...*not* saying BSAB...

Isn't there a touch of hypocrisy in laying unemployment solely at Trump's feet, when many who oppose Trump are saying businesses have/are opening too fast and in Covid hotspots the government should be shutting everything down?

Unemployment is an inherent by-product of fighting Coronavirus. You can't slow the spread in areas of outbreak without shutting down businesses, resulting in unemployment.
..
Economic slowdown was not inevitable once we had a pandemic. In fact it could have spurred economic activity by increasing the number of employees, in order to provide service while still doing so in a safe and responsible manner.

Economic slowdown happened in US states that shut down early and states that didn't, partly because a lot of people had sense or fear and stayed in, worried about their jobs so they stopped disposable spending, retail and restaurant business dropped rapidly, and trade with China was already collapsing because they were doing shutdowns first.

But if you compare the US with Germany or other rich EU countries other than the UK, they have safety nets that protected laid-off workers and covered their medical care and food (either directly or through business subsidies); in the US, the Senate GOP and Trump Administration made sure that most of the money the House voted for doing the same here went to big corporations and generally to stockholders instead of workers.


I am not trying to argue it didn't happen or wouldn't happen, only that we could have significantly lessened the impact with intelligence at the head instead of ::gestures at everything:: this.

I do believe we could have limited the damage, lessened the initial fear (which while useful for short durations is not good for extended emergencies like a pandemic), and had a much more rational approach to the situation.
 
2020-07-05 8:52:22 PM  

psilocyberguy: An historic ..... not A historic.


Welcome to America, where 'h' is a consonant. Try not to get covid on the way to your hotel/bar/other entertainment.
 
2020-07-05 8:57:55 PM  

mrshowrules: LostTimeTraveler: Yes, the party that freed the slaves and the one who wanted them to remain slaves have not redefined themselves at all.

This is foolishness bud

It has happened before but no party has ever so fundamentally locked themselves into a fixed ideology and fixed base.  People's Temple in Indianapolis could not redefine themselves either. Nixon was a crook (at least not a traitor) but the Republican party had the sense to push away from him.

I'm not trying to be contrarian or simplistic but I can't even see a path.  Even if there was a will and a push - there is no path.  Even if they had the desire for fundamental change (which they don't), I don't see what fundamental changes they could make and still survive as a party.

They could move to middle (I even doubt that is possible) but they would risk fracturing the party further.  What fundamental aspect of their platform (embraced by Trump) can you conceive that would help them gain independent votes without losing the evangelical or southern vote?

You see a path?


I do and that's why I've joined the Project Lincoln army
 
2020-07-05 9:03:19 PM  
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2020-07-05 9:17:34 PM  
"They are making these ads for Democrats!  They don;t convince anyone else!"

Yeah, I'm not buying that, if that were true the RNC, Trumpers, the Club for Growth (the Kichs) and folks like Glenn Greenwald wouldn't ALL be freaking out about these ads.

Democrats love them because for 30 years our candidates have been pummeled by these types of ads and no one has sacked up and fought back in kind.  As a result we have seen an erosion of Democratic power at all levels of government.  Now these ads are coming out and they are not only going after Trump but all of Trumps enablers in Congress and it's God Damn glorious.  Watching these glass-jawed bullies yelp in pain at the first solid hit they have ever had is delightful.

If these ads were not effective the Club for Growth wouldn't be taking out multi-million dollar ad buys to attack a bunch of CONSULTANTS.  That's unheard of.  These ads are scaring Republicans shiatless they do not know how to deal with their own playbook being run against them.
 
2020-07-05 9:44:54 PM  

Utter Genius: physt: These ads are great and all but, remember, there are Republicans behind this. They are coming for Trump now but they'll be all over Dems once he's out of the way.

Not quite, the further goal of the Lincoln Project is to slide the Dems rightwards, functionally transforming them into "Republicans with Manners". You might beat Trump in November, but is it really worth it if your party sells its soul to do so?


Yes. Next question.
 
2020-07-05 10:11:09 PM  

over_educated: "They are making these ads for Democrats!  They don;t convince anyone else!"

Yeah, I'm not buying that, if that were true the RNC, Trumpers, the Club for Growth (the Kichs) and folks like Glenn Greenwald wouldn't ALL be freaking out about these ads.

Democrats love them because for 30 years our candidates have been pummeled by these types of ads and no one has sacked up and fought back in kind.  As a result we have seen an erosion of Democratic power at all levels of government.  Now these ads are coming out and they are not only going after Trump but all of Trumps enablers in Congress and it's God Damn glorious.  Watching these glass-jawed bullies yelp in pain at the first solid hit they have ever had is delightful.

If these ads were not effective the Club for Growth wouldn't be taking out multi-million dollar ad buys to attack a bunch of CONSULTANTS.  That's unheard of.  These ads are scaring Republicans shiatless they do not know how to deal with their own playbook being run against them.


This
 
2020-07-05 10:15:41 PM  

what the cat dragged in: PleaseHamletDon'tHurtEm: saturn badger: I woke up this morning with a rare feeling. I was depressed.

It took me a bit to sort it out but I realized it was the Bunkie shiat over the weekend. The 14 flags on the Nazi stage, the further dividing of out country with his speech, the detailed description of the killing machines as they flew over. For one they detailed how many bullets per minute then broke it down to seconds.

It is the birthday of all Americans and most were not invited. It is supposed to be uplifting and uniting. This was the polar opposite.

Then the rendition of America The Beautiful (it's supposed to be uplifting) slowed down to almost a funeral song. I'm not a musician but it sounded like they went for the minor key instead of the major.

The entire weekend has been playing in my head like a bad movie. Then the Karen at 7-11 yelling at the clerk about a mask.

I'm better now. This post helped.

Thanks for listening.

In case no one else replied, I'm a music nerd and it's one of the quarantine hobbies I've been busy with.  I think it was played in Eb major; I'm not sure, but it wasn't minor.  There are a lot of flats (notes lowered slightly in pitch) in this song which make it sound minor, though.  The part you thought was solemn may well have changed key to add more flats.  That slow selection is pretty common in orchestral music like this, to build up to the end, which usually switches back to the original, slightly happier key.

I'm the kid in band who listened to the teacher say "this song is what we call a minor key and you probably won't like it" and actually did...

Here's a fun rendition of the song in your minor key:

[iFrame https://www.youtube.com/embed/mnyqeNn5​QZs?autoplay=1&widget_referrer=https%3​A%2F%2Fwww.fark.com&start=0&enablejsap​i=1&origin=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.fark.com&​widgetid=1]

Oddly fitting.

Then there's going from minor to major... like this Tool song:
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Nothing will ever top this for me:

Slipknot Wait and Bleed Radio Disney Version360p H 264 AAC
Youtube Tmr5mGf1OQI


/get your f*kking hands in the f*kking air!!! :D:D:D
 
2020-07-05 10:32:08 PM  

Unobtanium: physt: These ads are great and all but, remember, there are Republicans behind this. They are coming for Trump now but they'll be all over Dems once he's out of the way.

I think I read that they are also going after his enablers. So the ones that aren't up in this cycle, but are up in 2022, and any special elections. We'll see about 2024 if Biden wins.


They have a good one about "Rich Mitch"  0-35 million dollars without ever being anything other than a Senator.  And one on Joni Ernst, called "Crickets"
 
2020-07-05 10:43:15 PM  

over_educated: "They are making these ads for Democrats!  They don;t convince anyone else!"

Yeah, I'm not buying that, if that were true the RNC, Trumpers, the Club for Growth (the Kichs) and folks like Glenn Greenwald wouldn't ALL be freaking out about these ads.


I know I shouldn't be surprised about Greenwald being anti-something bad for Trump. But my God, what a goddamned useless "progressive" that asshole is.
 
2020-07-05 11:03:31 PM  

COMALite J: dildo tontine: AAAAGGGGHHHH: rolladuck: AAAAGGGGHHHH: Three Crooked Squirrels: physt: These ads are great and all but, remember, there are Republicans behind this. They are coming for Trump now but they'll be all over Dems once he's out of the way.

If Trump loses in November, the GOP will be too busy in-fighting for awhile to focus on the Dems.

The GOP went from Nixon resigning in 74, getting BTFO in 76, only to come back with Reagan in 1980.

A span of less than six years.

They're like the Covid virus. It keeps coming back to try to kill you, and the best hope you have is your body may have immunity for only a couple of months between infections.

Who do you think will be their 2024 candidate?  My money is on Pirate Dan.

Romney. Obviously Romney.

They already ran Romney once and he lost.  There is no way he is getting another shot at it.
Rewind to 1964:

"Who do you think will be their 1968 candidate?"

"Nixon. Obviously Nixon."

"They already ran Nixon once and he lost. There is no way he is getting another shot at it."


No way.  None.  For better or worse (it's for worse) the Republicans are the party of Trump.  If he loses he is not fading into the shadows.  Romney is also too moderate and has pissed off too many people.  I also don't see the evangelicals ever allowing an LDS member to be the nominee again.  It will be someone crazy like Tom Cotton or maybe even Half Scoop.
 
2020-07-05 11:48:55 PM  

LostTimeTraveler: I do and that's why I've joined the Project Lincoln army


I can't fault Project Lincoln.  They give me much joy lately.  Were you a Trump supporter?

Fare warning, I really dislike Trump supporters.
 
2020-07-06 12:17:04 AM  

Butterflew: Visual Howlaround Title Sequence: stilted: Playing Devil's Advocate here...I'm anti-Trump, will be voting for Biden in November...not a Russian troll...*not* saying BSAB...

Isn't there a touch of hypocrisy in laying unemployment solely at Trump's feet, when many who oppose Trump are saying businesses have/are opening too fast and in Covid hotspots the government should be shutting everything down?

Unemployment is an inherent by-product of fighting Coronavirus. You can't slow the spread in areas of outbreak without shutting down businesses, resulting in unemployment.

That being said, Trump and the rest of the GOP has done a horrible job of supporting the lower and middle class workers who have been impacted by Coronavirus restrictions. *That* is where the opposition attacks should be focused...the GOP's making sure the corporations are protected, while leaving the average worker swaying in the wind.

No.

1. The recession already began in February before anything had been shut down prior to the coronavirus.

Therefore, this is Trump's recession. He created it, not the coronavirus.

2. It is true the shutdowns from the coronavirus has exacerbated the recession mightily. This is also Donald Trump's fault as if he had been an actual president, instead of just playing on on television, he would have instituted a quarantine in February or March, shut everything down, and then we could be coming out of this NOW, as Europe and Asia are, with far fewer job losses.

Therefore, the depth of the recession, the spike in unemployment, is entirely Trump's fault.

QED

Not to mention other countries didn't ALLOW businesses to lay off their employees because the government was paying for the business to stay afloat with the stipulation that they not fire anyone. Can't remember which countries, though.


Most of Europe.
 
2020-07-06 12:17:14 AM  

mrshowrules: LostTimeTraveler: I do and that's why I've joined the Project Lincoln army

I can't fault Project Lincoln.  They give me much joy lately.  Were you a Trump supporter?

Fare warning, I really dislike Trump supporters.


*fair
 
2020-07-06 12:20:24 AM  

mrshowrules: LostTimeTraveler: I do and that's why I've joined the Project Lincoln army

I can't fault Project Lincoln.  They give me much joy lately.  Were you a Trump supporter?

Fare warning, I really dislike Trump supporters.


Hell no. I am an OG farker (orig acct was some of first ever). No one posting on here that long is voting for Trump.
 
2020-07-06 12:20:49 AM  

Visual Howlaround Title Sequence: mrshowrules: LostTimeTraveler: I do and that's why I've joined the Project Lincoln army

I can't fault Project Lincoln.  They give me much joy lately.  Were you a Trump supporter?

Fare warning, I really dislike Trump supporters.

*fair


I caught that later.  Booze and pot are a terrible thing.
 
2020-07-06 12:22:34 AM  

LostTimeTraveler: mrshowrules: LostTimeTraveler: I do and that's why I've joined the Project Lincoln army

I can't fault Project Lincoln.  They give me much joy lately.  Were you a Trump supporter?

Fare warning, I really dislike Trump supporters.

Hell no. I am an OG farker (orig acct was some of first ever). No one posting on here that long is voting for Trump.


I apologize Fark Elder.
 
2020-07-06 12:32:17 AM  

mrshowrules: LostTimeTraveler: mrshowrules: LostTimeTraveler: I do and that's why I've joined the Project Lincoln army

I can't fault Project Lincoln.  They give me much joy lately.  Were you a Trump supporter?

Fare warning, I really dislike Trump supporters.

Hell no. I am an OG farker (orig acct was some of first ever). No one posting on here that long is voting for Trump.

I apologize Fark Elder.


That's OK. Your no spry chicken. You've been around long enough to argue w/ Bevets, see Weaver95 change parties and Dancin fall deeper into the derp pit.
 
2020-07-06 12:40:33 AM  

psilocyberguy: An historic ..... not A historic.


...not sure if serious
 
2020-07-06 12:54:20 AM  

LostTimeTraveler: mrshowrules: LostTimeTraveler: mrshowrules: LostTimeTraveler: I do and that's why I've joined the Project Lincoln army

I can't fault Project Lincoln.  They give me much joy lately.  Were you a Trump supporter?

Fare warning, I really dislike Trump supporters.

Hell no. I am an OG farker (orig acct was some of first ever). No one posting on here that long is voting for Trump.

I apologize Fark Elder.

That's OK. Your no spry chicken. You've been around long enough to argue w/ Bevets, see Weaver95 change parties and Dancin fall deeper into the derp pit.


I've debated with the Fark dentist whose name shall not be spoketh.
 
2020-07-06 1:37:55 AM  

LostTimeTraveler: mrshowrules: LostTimeTraveler: Yes, the party that freed the slaves and the one who wanted them to remain slaves have not redefined themselves at all.

This is foolishness bud

It has happened before but no party has ever so fundamentally locked themselves into a fixed ideology and fixed base.  People's Temple in Indianapolis could not redefine themselves either. Nixon was a crook (at least not a traitor) but the Republican party had the sense to push away from him.

I'm not trying to be contrarian or simplistic but I can't even see a path.  Even if there was a will and a push - there is no path.  Even if they had the desire for fundamental change (which they don't), I don't see what fundamental changes they could make and still survive as a party.

They could move to middle (I even doubt that is possible) but they would risk fracturing the party further.  What fundamental aspect of their platform (embraced by Trump) can you conceive that would help them gain independent votes without losing the evangelical or southern vote?

You see a path?

I do and that's why I've joined the Project Lincoln army

Uhm...
"This is Treason!" Lyndon Johnson Everett Dirksen Phone Call November 2 1968
Youtube qbEPI_9Ju0k
 
2020-07-06 5:28:50 AM  

mrshowrules: Visual Howlaround Title Sequence: mrshowrules: LostTimeTraveler: I do and that's why I've joined the Project Lincoln army

I can't fault Project Lincoln.  They give me much joy lately.  Were you a Trump supporter?

Fare warning, I really dislike Trump supporters.

*fair

I caught that later.  Booze and pot are a terrible thing.


No, no they are not.
 
2020-07-06 5:29:40 AM  

LostTimeTraveler: mrshowrules: LostTimeTraveler: mrshowrules: LostTimeTraveler: I do and that's why I've joined the Project Lincoln army

I can't fault Project Lincoln.  They give me much joy lately.  Were you a Trump supporter?

Fare warning, I really dislike Trump supporters.

Hell no. I am an OG farker (orig acct was some of first ever). No one posting on here that long is voting for Trump.

I apologize Fark Elder.

That's OK. Your no spry chicken. You've been around long enough to argue w/ Bevets, see Weaver95 change parties and Dancin fall deeper into the derp pit.


Wow, about as long as I've been here. Were you here for the balls in the chair?
 
2020-07-06 10:12:22 AM  

Visual Howlaround Title Sequence: LostTimeTraveler: mrshowrules: LostTimeTraveler: mrshowrules: LostTimeTraveler: I do and that's why I've joined the Project Lincoln army

I can't fault Project Lincoln.  They give me much joy lately.  Were you a Trump supporter?

Fare warning, I really dislike Trump supporters.

Hell no. I am an OG farker (orig acct was some of first ever). No one posting on here that long is voting for Trump.

I apologize Fark Elder.

That's OK. Your no spry chicken. You've been around long enough to argue w/ Bevets, see Weaver95 change parties and Dancin fall deeper into the derp pit.

Wow, about as long as I've been here. Were you here for the balls in the chair?


I recall that.
 
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  4. Click here to submit a link.