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(NYPost)   Coronavirus on the rise in NJ, millions without power and transportation in the NYC area after Isaias, but sure, let's put a story about Biden's basement on the front page   (nypost.com) divider line
    More: Asinine, Democratic Party, Barack Obama, Vice President of the United States, Joe Biden, George W. Bush, President of the United States, Gerald Ford, Donald Trump  
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2020-08-05 8:41:11 AM  
That Murdoch rag is so bad, it isn't even good for lining birdcages. I tried it once: my parakeet refused to shiat on it and ultimately exploded.

/RIP Tiki
 
2020-08-05 9:01:23 AM  
I bet Biden's basement has a big TV, recliners, scotch and a kegerator.
 
2020-08-05 9:43:22 AM  

UberDave: I bet Biden's basement has a big TV, recliners, scotch and a kegerator.


Doesn't leave much room for the pizza boxes filled with trafficked children and crazy bread.
 
2020-08-05 9:49:10 AM  
Yeah, with Trump creeping out Jonathan Swan and assuring everyone he's a yo-semite... I'd say shut up and let the clown car proceed. But that's just me.
 
2020-08-05 9:52:01 AM  

Diogenes: UberDave: I bet Biden's basement has a big TV, recliners, scotch and a kegerator.

Doesn't leave much room for the pizza boxes filled with trafficked children and crazy bread.


Fark crazy bread.  It hasn't been good since 1990.
 
2020-08-05 9:54:14 AM  

UberDave: Diogenes: UberDave: I bet Biden's basement has a big TV, recliners, scotch and a kegerator.

Doesn't leave much room for the pizza boxes filled with trafficked children and crazy bread.

Fark crazy bread.  It hasn't been good since 1990.


You can still use the dipping sauce for the kids' tasty little fingers.
 
2020-08-05 12:01:24 PM  
These are the same people who said he'd never catch Trump in the polls.
 
2020-08-05 12:03:10 PM  
NJ has had about 300 cases/day with better than most states testing. While I wish it were better, geez...

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2020-08-05 12:04:55 PM  
BSASSVR

/Both Sides are Senile so Vote Republican
 
2020-08-05 12:06:20 PM  

Farking Clown Shoes: That Murdoch rag is so bad, it isn't even good for lining birdcages. I tried it once: my parakeet refused to shiat on it and ultimately exploded.

/RIP Tiki


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2020-08-05 12:07:36 PM  
Yeah, whatever.

But I'll tell you about yesterday.  Yesterday SUCKED!!

I had everything tied down well enough.  For 3 hours of 35mph winds or so, everything held on just fine.  Then we got a truly massive gust - it had to be some 90mph at least.  Everything in my yard went flying!  2 gazebo tents, glass top table...  All heavy stuff...  One tent was completely destroyed.  The other tent flew into my neighbor's yard.  It took both me and my son to pull it back over the fence.  That tent can be fixed.  But it will take some bending-back to shape.

Then the power went out.  16 years we've never had a power outage last more than a few hours (hurricane Sandy).  This one went until 5AM today.  I had to go out to my brother's to grab a generator (he had a spare).  So I was able to plug my fridge in and not lose any food.  That was good.

To make this a true first world problem, I lost internet.  Whenever the power goes out, I always know that my cell data plan is on, so I can just use that.  Well, the cell data was out too.  That's the first time in years that I was completely cut off.  I couldn't even get information on when out power would come back.

Today, I'm back up and running normally.  But yesterday was one sucky day!
 
2020-08-05 12:07:45 PM  

ColonelCathcart: BSASSVR

/Both Sides are Senile so Vote Republican


BS ARE B.  So vote for who'll do the least amount of damage.
 
2020-08-05 12:08:05 PM  
Rupert Murdoch is a global terrorist. His lies and deliberate disinformation cause deaths all over this planet.
 
2020-08-05 12:08:26 PM  
That's the strategy? Double dog dare Biden to come out and say something so they can attack it? That's literally all this is about. Get Joe talking, eventually he's going to make a gaffe. And yet somehow when Trump says something stupid he immediately has an entire army of people running out saying what he meant to say was X. Joe's strategy is brilliant. And it is working. They desperately want someone else to take the focus off of all the idiocy trunk keep spewing on a daily basis. We need more interviewers like Jonathan Swan to get ahold of that fat son of a b****.
 
2020-08-05 12:17:30 PM  

Farking Clown Shoes: That Murdoch rag is so bad, it isn't even good for lining birdcages. I tried it once: my parakeet refused to shiat on it and ultimately exploded.

/RIP Tiki


I guess you could still use it to wrap fish. At least those are already dead.
 
2020-08-05 12:18:03 PM  
I was curious why Trump had a press conference attempting to over run the national nightly news yesterday.  Turned off the sound and made the closed captions very tiny.

I was tired from volunteering at the pizza place in the Alamo basement.   If only they'd put in a bunker, instead of a restaurant.
 
2020-08-05 12:20:54 PM  
"AG Barr destroys Jerry Nadler in another House Democrat testimony disaster: Goodwin"

Stopped reading right farking there.

If your going to make me look at Hannity Herpes Scars can you at least warn me first.
 
2020-08-05 12:41:58 PM  

durbnpoisn: Yeah, whatever.

But I'll tell you about yesterday.  Yesterday SUCKED!!

I had everything tied down well enough.  For 3 hours of 35mph winds or so, everything held on just fine.  Then we got a truly massive gust - it had to be some 90mph at least.  Everything in my yard went flying!  2 gazebo tents, glass top table...  All heavy stuff...  One tent was completely destroyed.  The other tent flew into my neighbor's yard.  It took both me and my son to pull it back over the fence.  That tent can be fixed.  But it will take some bending-back to shape.

Then the power went out.  16 years we've never had a power outage last more than a few hours (hurricane Sandy).  This one went until 5AM today.  I had to go out to my brother's to grab a generator (he had a spare).  So I was able to plug my fridge in and not lose any food.  That was good.

To make this a true first world problem, I lost internet.  Whenever the power goes out, I always know that my cell data plan is on, so I can just use that.  Well, the cell data was out too.  That's the first time in years that I was completely cut off.  I couldn't even get information on when out power would come back.

Today, I'm back up and running normally.  But yesterday was one sucky day!



Must be nice to live in civilization. I lost power for about 12 days after Sandy and without power today 24 hours later - and they haven't even dispatched a crew to where we lost the connection to the substation (happens pretty much every big storm and it affects 1000 people... but god-forbid they put the lines underground instead of up and over a forested "mountain".
 
2020-08-05 12:56:37 PM  

Spass_Taschen: durbnpoisn: Yeah, whatever.

But I'll tell you about yesterday.  Yesterday SUCKED!!

I had everything tied down well enough.  For 3 hours of 35mph winds or so, everything held on just fine.  Then we got a truly massive gust - it had to be some 90mph at least.  Everything in my yard went flying!  2 gazebo tents, glass top table...  All heavy stuff...  One tent was completely destroyed.  The other tent flew into my neighbor's yard.  It took both me and my son to pull it back over the fence.  That tent can be fixed.  But it will take some bending-back to shape.

Then the power went out.  16 years we've never had a power outage last more than a few hours (hurricane Sandy).  This one went until 5AM today.  I had to go out to my brother's to grab a generator (he had a spare).  So I was able to plug my fridge in and not lose any food.  That was good.

To make this a true first world problem, I lost internet.  Whenever the power goes out, I always know that my cell data plan is on, so I can just use that.  Well, the cell data was out too.  That's the first time in years that I was completely cut off.  I couldn't even get information on when out power would come back.

Today, I'm back up and running normally.  But yesterday was one sucky day!


Must be nice to live in civilization. I lost power for about 12 days after Sandy and without power today 24 hours later - and they haven't even dispatched a crew to where we lost the connection to the substation (happens pretty much every big storm and it affects 1000 people... but god-forbid they put the lines underground instead of up and over a forested "mountain".


Yeah, that sucks!!  I consider us to be VERY fortunate to live in an area where we generally don't have a lot of power problems.  PSEG is usually right on top of problems to the extent that they are usually fixed within hours.

I am aware that I should STILL consider myself lucky that we were back up and running in less than a day.  Many others are not so fortunate.

So, I hear you.  And I feel your pain.  Despite my complaining about problems that are not as bad, I feel your pain.
 
2020-08-05 1:27:01 PM  
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2020-08-05 2:21:20 PM  
No need for a debate. All Biden has to say is "I stand for the exact opposite of what that farking idiot claims to stand for".
 
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