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Except that "Russia" is not really a story.

The assassination attempt is huge though. An outgrowth of continuing and escalating - and often organised - left-wing post election violence.

That story is huge.


You do realise that Nixon didn't resign because some blokes broke into a hotel don't you? Just like Ken Starr didn't spend all his time investigating some splooge on a dress!

The "Russia" story, in the broader "Watergate" sense, is f**king huge already and has the potential to be even bigger.


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i presume those blaming leftwing 'violent rhetoric' for the shooting are the same people who were blaming rightwing 'violent rhetoric' for the giffords shooting?

And those who blamed Leave for the Cox shooting joining up with wingnuts like spinbad on this particular blowhard cycle?

no, quelle surprise?

put enough guns within easy reach of enough nutters and this stuff will happen over and over. Itll happen from time to time in a country with a grown up approach to guns because nutters are nutters

keep doing nothing to curtail it and itll still happen

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The "Russia" story, in the broader "Watergate" sense, is f**king huge already and has the potential to be even bigger.


No, Spinbad has decided it is a non-story and shouldn't be reported as such.

He's on to bashing Soros now, predictable.


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Except that "Russia" is not really a story.

The assassination attempt is huge though. An outgrowth of continuing and escalating - and often organised - left-wing post election violence.

That story is huge.


You do realise that Nixon didn't resign because some blokes broke into a hotel don't you? Just like Ken Starr didn't spend all his time investigating some splooge on a dress!

The "Russia" story, in the broader "Watergate" sense, is f**king huge already and has the potential to be even bigger.


What story? That it's the Russian's fault that Clinton lost? Is that the story?

That a Democrat provided Clintons emails to wiki leaks and then wound up murdered - that story?


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I think I'll go beat he maid. Goodnight fartblowers. Enjoy the farting.

And brush over this madman's mass assassination attempt like the non-event it is.

"Russia" is the real story here. You know it.


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Spinbad wrote:
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Except that "Russia" is not really a story.

The assassination attempt is huge though. An outgrowth of continuing and escalating - and often organised - left-wing post election violence.

That story is huge.


You do realise that Nixon didn't resign because some blokes broke into a hotel don't you? Just like Ken Starr didn't spend all his time investigating some splooge on a dress!

The "Russia" story, in the broader "Watergate" sense, is f**king huge already and has the potential to be even bigger.


What story? That it's the Russian's fault that Clinton lost? Is that the story?

That a Democrat provided Clintons emails to wiki leaks and then wound up murdered - that story?


So no would be the answer then I guess!

You actually haven't bothered to read any of the articles about the "Russia" story then?

I've always wondered - is a tinfoil hat as uncomfortable to wear as I imagine?


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You'd think it'd be harder to keep digging after such an epic start to this thread, but Spinbad somehow managed it.


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Brought this to mind.
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Calm your panties.
Currently the lead story:
https://www.washingtonpost.com/local/pu ... f9afd198a6


The cool thing about newspapers and their websites is that they are capable of dealing with more than one story at a time. You should see if you could manage that some time.


https://giphy.com/gifs/oh-snap-26AHLBZUC1n53ozi8


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PostPosted: Thu Jun 15, 2017 6:33 pm 
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Spinbad wrote:
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11. Marilyn Manson Kills ‘bubblefart’ in Music Video
12. Rapper Everlast Warns bubblefart: “I Will Punch You in Your F*cking Face”
13. Larry Wilmore Jokes About Suffocating bubblefart with ‘Pillow They Used to Kill Scalia’
14. Stephen Colbert’s Late Show Puts Stephen Miller’s Head on a Spike
15. Sarah Silverman Suggests Military Could Help Overthrow bubblefart


15 times farting celebrities envisioned violence against The President and the GOP

But the NYT blames Sarah Palin

And Bullfckme says my anger in this thread is the issue, as does Henry.

Turbo blames the Russians.


I think the easy availability of automatic weapons is an issue. I think the divisive politics, across the bored is an issue. I think angry rhetoric and false promises are an issue. I think mental health care is an issue. Not sure satire and the media are up there tbh - although you seem the sort that might blame music and video games too.


It's certainly arguable that satire and media coverage aren't a factor in the violence, though it seems strange to separate "angry rhetoric" from those.

I think the violent imagery is a huge influence, but let's not forget that actual violence from the organised left has been a feature on the American political landscape like never before. Think Berkeley, Soros, the organised disruptions at Tepublican events and rallies.

And now republican congressmen getting shot while playing baseball.

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Angry rhetoric from those in positions of power - our politicians. Our elected representatives. Those who's utterances carry, at least ostensibly, authority and legitimacy. Those who act and speak in seriousness. Not comedians and satirists. Not sarcastic comments and exaggeration. Those running for office or in office. You know the sort of thing - presidential candidates obliquely referencing the gun lobby exercising their rights if their opponent was to win. Or, well, Roger Stone. Or Sarah Palin. I could go on but don't mistake my referencing of right-wing/conservative rhetoric as excusing the excesses of the left. All those who purport to be serious players/commentators in the game who indulge in the current hysteria carry responsibility. IMO. But still think automatic weapons availability is probably safer ground for outrage than news story prioritisation and/or a silly satirical sketch. But that's me. And I'm not angry as hell.


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PostPosted: Fri Jun 16, 2017 1:48 pm 
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Spinbad wrote:
colonel wrote:
i presume those blaming leftwing 'violent rhetoric' for the shooting are the same people who were blaming rightwing 'violent rhetoric' for the giffords shooting?

And those who blamed Leave for the Cox shooting joining up with wingnuts like spinbad on this particular blowhard cycle?

no, quelle surprise?

put enough guns within easy reach of enough nutters and this stuff will happen over and over. Itll happen from time to time in a country with a grown up approach to guns because nutters are nutters

keep doing nothing to curtail it and itll still happen

Sadly



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You're the f"cking nonsense shovelling blowhard, mate.



Ah Ok

so you will only concede to being about 40% of a blowhard? Its a start certainly.


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PostPosted: Fri Jun 16, 2017 3:28 pm 
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Spinbad wrote:
From Breitbart:

1. Kathy Griffin ‘Beheads’ bubblefart in Graphic Photo
2. Madonna – “I’ve thought a lot about blowing up the White House.”
3. Snoop Dogg “Shoots” bubblefart in the Head in Music Video
4. RoBert De Niro: “I’d Like to Punch Him in the Face”
5. Joss Whedon: “I Want a Rhino to F*ck Paul Ryan to Death”
6. Shakespeare in the Park Stabs ‘bubblefart’ to Death in Performance of ‘Julius Caesar’


So do you think this mirrors all the similar threats Obama got from Republican supporters both famous and non famous and the eventual shooting of Gabrielle Giffords? I don't know if it's a particularly American thing but they do like to bash their leaders in quite violent and open ways.


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You'd think it'd be harder to keep digging after such an epic start to this thread, but Spinbad somehow managed it.


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colonel wrote:
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colonel wrote:
i presume those blaming leftwing 'violent rhetoric' for the shooting are the same people who were blaming rightwing 'violent rhetoric' for the giffords shooting?

And those who blamed Leave for the Cox shooting joining up with wingnuts like spinbad on this particular blowhard cycle?

no, quelle surprise?

put enough guns within easy reach of enough nutters and this stuff will happen over and over. Itll happen from time to time in a country with a grown up approach to guns because nutters are nutters

keep doing nothing to curtail it and itll still happen

Sadly



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You're the f"cking nonsense shovelling blowhard, mate.



Ah Ok

so you will only concede to being about 40% of a blowhard? Its a start certainly.



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Spinbad wrote:
Except that "Russia" is not really a story.

The assassination attempt is huge though. An outgrowth of continuing and escalating - and often organised - left-wing post election violence.

That story is huge.


You do realise that Nixon didn't resign because some blokes broke into a hotel don't you? Just like Ken Starr didn't spend all his time investigating some splooge on a dress!

The "Russia" story, in the broader "Watergate" sense, is f**king huge already and has the potential to be even bigger.


Nothing like a bottle of whine with a witch hunt. Fill your boots. And drink a toast to the Russkis while you're at it:

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Russia verifying whether it killed IS leader in airstrike

By BASSEM MROUE and VLADIMIR ISACHENKOV

BEIRUT (AP) — Russia said Friday it was verifying whether it had killed the leader of the Islamic State group in an airstrike targeting a meeting of IS leaders just outside the group’s de facto capital in Syria, dealing a potentially severe blow to the extremist group as it fights to hang on to its strongholds in Syria and Iraq.

The spokesman for the U.S.-led anti-Islamic State coalition said he would welcome such news, but urged caution.

“There have been several past claims of this kind that have been proven false and we have seen no definitive proof that this report is true either,” U.S. Army Col. Ryan Dillon said.


The Russian Defense Ministry claimed that Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was killed in a Russian strike in late May along with other senior group commanders, adding that the information about his death was still “being verified through various channels.”


Cheers Russia.


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I wonder if the used one of their illegal cluster bombs?

Hey Spinny? Since Eric bubblefart doesn't think Democrats are humans, I hope you agree it is dangerous to talk in such a manner?

What about the Kansas Hate crime Indian killer? http://www.newsmax.com/t/newsmax/articl ... google.com


You since our new president took place Hate crimes are up and the majority are by crazy/not crazy white men against minorities. I am sure that is a coincidence.

Also could you explain this?

"Liberals should not be allowed to buy guns, nor should they be allowed to use computer keyboards or typewriters, word processors or e-mails, and they should have their speech controlled. If we did those three or four things, I can’t tell you what a sane, calm, civil, fun-loving society we would have. Take guns out of the possession, out of the hands of liberals, take their typewriters and their keyboards away from ‘em, don’t let ‘em anywhere near a gun, and control their speech. You would wipe out 90% of the crime, 85 to 95% of the hate, and a hundred percent of the lies from society.”

Comments made in the wake of the Gabby Giffords shooting on his radio program on January 18, 2011. (Source: RushLimbaugh.com)


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Spinbad wrote:

Nothing like a bottle of whine with a witch hunt. Fill your boots. And drink a toast to the Russkis while you're at it:

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Russia verifying whether it killed IS leader in airstrike

By BASSEM MROUE and VLADIMIR ISACHENKOV

BEIRUT (AP) — Russia said Friday it was verifying whether it had killed the leader of the Islamic State group in an airstrike targeting a meeting of IS leaders just outside the group’s de facto capital in Syria, dealing a potentially severe blow to the extremist group as it fights to hang on to its strongholds in Syria and Iraq.

The spokesman for the U.S.-led anti-Islamic State coalition said he would welcome such news, but urged caution.

“There have been several past claims of this kind that have been proven false and we have seen no definitive proof that this report is true either,” U.S. Army Col. Ryan Dillon said.


The Russian Defense Ministry claimed that Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was killed in a Russian strike in late May along with other senior group commanders, adding that the information about his death was still “being verified through various channels.”


Cheers Russia.


I wonder how they're going to manage to identify his body amongst the tens of thousands of civilians casualties they've caused.

This must be about the 6th time they've 'killed' al Baghdadi, btw.


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Shamelful stuff from Drudge Breitbart and co.

Background

http://money.cnn.com/2017/06/16/media/pro-trump-media-broken-immigration-promise/index.html


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The New York Times and CNN’s parent company Time Warner are standing by their sponsorship of a play that depicts the brutal assassination of the US President, raising the question of whether the news reporting outlets should retain their credentials to cover and have access to the President


They should absolutely be f"cked right off.


(I am soooo sick of having to deal with some idiot moderator's stinking fart-brained bias or humour every time I mention the US President's name. Show yourself c"nt)


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'Julius Caesar' has sparked controversy. But where was corporate outrage when a movie killed President Obama? - http://www.latimes.com/entertainment/la ... story.html

Notice Obama wasn't a snowflake so he didn't take their press pass or make a big deal of it. Or is that being the black guy he couldn't complain but the oppressed millionaire white male must speak up.


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This thread is just about what Spinbad has deliberately outraged himself about each day, isn't it?


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henry wrote:

Angry rhetoric from those in positions of power - our politicians. Our elected representatives. Those who's utterances carry, at least ostensibly, authority and legitimacy. Those who act and speak in seriousness. Not comedians and satirists. Not sarcastic comments and exaggeration. Those running for office or in office. You know the sort of thing - presidential candidates obliquely referencing the gun lobby exercising their rights if their opponent was to win. Or, well, Roger Stone. Or Sarah Palin. I could go on but don't mistake my referencing of right-wing/conservative rhetoric as excusing the excesses of the left. All those who purport to be serious players/commentators in the game who indulge in the current hysteria carry responsibility. IMO. But still think automatic weapons availability is probably safer ground for outrage than news story prioritisation and/or a silly satirical sketch. But that's me. And I'm not angry as hell.



Automatic weapons have been illegal in the US since 1934. I don't know of any recent incidents involving automatic weapons except the Bataclan in France.


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Spinbad wrote:
colonel wrote:
Spinbad wrote:
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i presume those blaming leftwing 'violent rhetoric' for the shooting are the same people who were blaming rightwing 'violent rhetoric' for the giffords shooting?

And those who blamed Leave for the Cox shooting joining up with wingnuts like spinbad on this particular blowhard cycle?

no, quelle surprise?

put enough guns within easy reach of enough nutters and this stuff will happen over and over. Itll happen from time to time in a country with a grown up approach to guns because nutters are nutters

keep doing nothing to curtail it and itll still happen

Sadly



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You're the f"cking nonsense shovelling blowhard, mate.



Ah Ok

so you will only concede to being about 40% of a blowhard? Its a start certainly.



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Notably dim and quick to anger character lashes out?

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Sonny Blount wrote:
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Angry rhetoric from those in positions of power - our politicians. Our elected representatives. Those who's utterances carry, at least ostensibly, authority and legitimacy. Those who act and speak in seriousness. Not comedians and satirists. Not sarcastic comments and exaggeration. Those running for office or in office. You know the sort of thing - presidential candidates obliquely referencing the gun lobby exercising their rights if their opponent was to win. Or, well, Roger Stone. Or Sarah Palin. I could go on but don't mistake my referencing of right-wing/conservative rhetoric as excusing the excesses of the left. All those who purport to be serious players/commentators in the game who indulge in the current hysteria carry responsibility. IMO. But still think automatic weapons availability is probably safer ground for outrage than news story prioritisation and/or a silly satirical sketch. But that's me. And I'm not angry as hell.



Automatic weapons have been illegal in the US since 1934. I don't know of any recent incidents involving automatic weapons except the Bataclan in France.


I was going to say San Bernardino, but they were semi autos, weren't they.
Are we counting school shootings?


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Sonny Blount wrote:
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Angry rhetoric from those in positions of power - our politicians. Our elected representatives. Those who's utterances carry, at least ostensibly, authority and legitimacy. Those who act and speak in seriousness. Not comedians and satirists. Not sarcastic comments and exaggeration. Those running for office or in office. You know the sort of thing - presidential candidates obliquely referencing the gun lobby exercising their rights if their opponent was to win. Or, well, Roger Stone. Or Sarah Palin. I could go on but don't mistake my referencing of right-wing/conservative rhetoric as excusing the excesses of the left. All those who purport to be serious players/commentators in the game who indulge in the current hysteria carry responsibility. IMO. But still think automatic weapons availability is probably safer ground for outrage than news story prioritisation and/or a silly satirical sketch. But that's me. And I'm not angry as hell.



Automatic weapons have been illegal in the US since 1934. I don't know of any recent incidents involving automatic weapons except the Bataclan in France.


My apologies. Semi-automatic. I think people being able to acquire AR-15s and the like is probably something more worthy to get wound up by than news story prioritisation. What do you think?


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colonel wrote:
Spinbad wrote:
colonel wrote:
Spinbad wrote:
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i presume those blaming leftwing 'violent rhetoric' for the shooting are the same people who were blaming rightwing 'violent rhetoric' for the giffords shooting?

And those who blamed Leave for the Cox shooting joining up with wingnuts like spinbad on this particular blowhard cycle?

no, quelle surprise?

put enough guns within easy reach of enough nutters and this stuff will happen over and over. Itll happen from time to time in a country with a grown up approach to guns because nutters are nutters

keep doing nothing to curtail it and itll still happen

Sadly



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You're the f"cking nonsense shovelling blowhard, mate.



Ah Ok

so you will only concede to being about 40% of a blowhard? Its a start certainly.



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I like Bill Maher. Fascinating hosting of Alex Marlow last show:

https://youtu.be/GKgdzY5_UQ8


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Sadly I, as I imagine most of the people you spin your tales to, don't quite know what you're trying to say with the lady gif


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Sadly I, as I imagine most of the people you spin your tales to, don't quite know what you're trying to say with the lady gif


That you sounded petulant and injured.


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Sounded? In a missive?


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The New York Times and CNN’s parent company Time Warner are standing by their sponsorship of a play that depicts the brutal assassination of the US President, raising the question of whether the news reporting outlets should retain their credentials to cover and have access to the President


They should absolutely be f"cked right off.


(I am soooo sick of having to deal with some idiot moderator's stinking fart-brained bias or humour every time I mention the US President's name. Show yourself c"nt)

The whole point of the play is that violence is bad and will lead to the death of democracy. Its a tradition to depict the POTUS in the role of Caesar. fudge you people are dumb.


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The New York Times and CNN’s parent company Time Warner are standing by their sponsorship of a play that depicts the brutal assassination of the US President, raising the question of whether the news reporting outlets should retain their credentials to cover and have access to the President


They should absolutely be f"cked right off.


(I am soooo sick of having to deal with some idiot moderator's stinking fart-brained bias or humour every time I mention the US President's name. Show yourself c"nt)

The whole point of the play is that violence is bad and will lead to the death of democracy. Its a tradition to depict the POTUS in the role of Caesar. fudge you people are dumb.


So they did the same to Obama, and this was sponsored by the Democrat Times and the Fable News Network?


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Spinbad wrote:
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Spinbad wrote:
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The New York Times and CNN’s parent company Time Warner are standing by their sponsorship of a play that depicts the brutal assassination of the US President, raising the question of whether the news reporting outlets should retain their credentials to cover and have access to the President


They should absolutely be f"cked right off.


(I am soooo sick of having to deal with some idiot moderator's stinking fart-brained bias or humour every time I mention the US President's name. Show yourself c"nt)

The whole point of the play is that violence is bad and will lead to the death of democracy. Its a tradition to depict the POTUS in the role of Caesar. fudge you people are dumb.


So they did the same to Obama, and this was sponsored by the Democrat Times and the Fable News Network?

Yes, you're a f**king moron.

This is you isn't it?
http://www.bostonglobe.com/lifestyle/style/2017/06/16/knives-are-out-for-theaters-that-bear-name-shakespeare/BjIuTepxxULJHZvTAQmF6H/story.html?event=event25?event=event25

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The messages started pouring in earlier this week.

“Your play depicting the murder of our President is nothing but pure hatred,” read one of the tamer ones.

“[H]ope you all who did this play about bubblefart are the first do [sic] die when ISIS COMES TO YOU [expletive] sumbags [sic],” read another.

The senders were outraged over the Public Theater’s controversial staging of “Julius Caesar,” a production in New York’s Central Park that has become a national flashpoint for its depiction of the stabbing assassination of its Trump-like title character.
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But the e-mails went to the wrong place — Shakespeare & Company in Lenox, Mass., one of several Shakespeare companies around the country that have been inundated with a flood of venomous e-mails, phone messages, and social media posts condemning them for the Central Park production


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You said this:

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And I asked you whether they did the same to Obama (butchered his image on stage, same being sponsored by the Democrat Times and the Fable News Network).

And you're saying yes to all parts?

Evidence please.


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1) The play hasn't changed. The exact same play with the same words put Obama in the role. It's kind of a core part of the story, having Caesar knifed in the back.

2) "The Democrat Times"? If you mean the NY Times, they've sponsored that theatre for over 20 years.

3) "Fable News Network"? If you mean CNN, they don't sponsor that theatre. Time Warner were the sponsors.

I feel I should also add that it's not a play glorifying assassination. It's the opposite. It doesn't end well for the conspirators.


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That's not fair, Spinbad hasn't been told what the hilarious disparaging name form Time Warner is supposed to be.
You shouldn't expect him to know the plot of the production either, it's not like it's taught in school or anything.

It's a shame that his cunningly subtle trap that he so carefully set hasn't been sprung just because of a couple of minor points like that.

Tell you what, let's help out and cone up with a suitable name he can call Time Warner so he can find a way to relate to them.

Libtard Warner?
Cuck Cuckner?
Den Pelosiner?
Warbelfjdn djdhshsucbdud?

All this witty wordplay is very taxing, dunno how Spinbad manages to keep it so fresh and cutting.


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PostPosted: Sun Jun 18, 2017 1:56 pm 
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Turbogoat wrote:
That's not fair, Spinbad hasn't been told what the hilarious disparaging name form Time Warner is supposed to be.
You shouldn't expect him to know the plot of the production either, it's not like it's taught in school or anything.

It's a shame that his cunningly subtle trap that he so carefully set hasn't been sprung just because of a couple of minor points like that.

Tell you what, let's help out and cone up with a suitable name he can call Time Warner so he can find a way to relate to them.

Libtard Warner?
Cuck Cuckner?
Den Pelosiner?
Warbelfjdn djdhshsucbdud?

All this witty wordplay is very taxing, dunno how Spinbad manages to keep it so fresh and cutting.


Probably go with Lame Warner.


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PostPosted: Sun Jun 18, 2017 3:26 pm 
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Spinbad wrote:
You said this:

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Its a tradition to depict the POTUS in the role of Caesar


And I asked you whether they did the same to Obama (butchered his image on stage, same being sponsored by the Democrat Times and the Fable News Network).

And you're saying yes to all parts?

Evidence please.
You're a moron.


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PostPosted: Sun Jun 18, 2017 3:46 pm 
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There was an Obama one in 2012 and a couple of companies did and didn't pull funding over that. A brief Google will tell you that, idiot.


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Google? That's fakenews right there.

Can't believe you'd believe that clearly pro Democrat libtard search engine.


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