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Re: SONMmos, I feel like this shitcoin is getting ready to soar<(*V*)>  06/25/17
Re: When is EEA3?exeuntman8  06/25/17
Re: XO Federer Passes Lance "Rafa" Nadal For Wimby #3 Seed #ironsidePina Toro III  06/25/17
Re: 2/10 NOWAG from DARTMOUTH marries 3/10 white girl(SAD this coulda been you!)Aaron James Judge  06/25/17
Re: Uhhh bros, I think I just Tinder matched with one of our summer associates............,,;,;,;,,,............,,;,;;,.;.  06/25/17
Re: Guys. Donald fucking trump is the president. Fucking LOLMPYay!  06/25/17
Re: Have you ever turned down a chick that explicitly wanted to fuck you?,,,.,.,,....,,,.,.,.,.,,...,,,,  06/25/17
Re: Guys. Donald fucking trump is the president. Fucking LOLscholarship  06/25/17
Re: When is EEA3?shotgun schadenfreude  06/25/17
Re: Chicago Pride Parade bans gay Jewish flag (link)Pina Toro III  06/25/17
Re: The Atlantic: What's Wrong With the Democrats? (tldr Liz Warren >> Cory Booker)setstein  06/25/17
Re: NYT report: Kethledge & Kavanaugh are the leading candidates to replace KennedyMPYay!  06/25/17
Re: XO Federer Passes Lance "Rafa" Nadal For Wimby #3 Seed #ironsidePina Toro III  06/25/17
Re: Justice Anthony Kennedy (retired)MPYay!  06/25/17
Re: Chicago Pride Parade bans gay Jewish flag (link)MPYay!  06/25/17
Re: Alito's opinion in the Matal v. Tam (racist trademark) case is 180. Pwns shitlibMance Rayder  06/25/17
Re: when i log in to xo i scroll through 60 autofill accounts to find the right onescholarship  06/25/17
Re: SONMmos, I feel like this shitcoin is getting ready to soarsellcuck undercucking ur market (hehe)  06/25/17
Re: 2/10 NOWAG from DARTMOUTH marries 3/10 white girl(SAD this coulda been you!).........,,,,,....,,,,......... (Retiring)  06/25/17
Re: 2/10 NOWAG from DARTMOUTH marries 3/10 white girl(SAD this coulda been you!).........,,,,,....,,,,......... (Retiring)  06/25/17
Re: "pls rise" pitifully mumbled jeb! the xo poa as he watched ETH crater permanentl\'\'\"\"\"\'\'\'\"\'\'\'  06/25/17
Re: These ETH crashes are starting to feel different...like its not going back uphtt  06/25/17
Re: "How was everything," Chef Chad asks as ur gf stares ravenously at his pecsMPYay!  06/25/17
Re: 290lovable coin trader  06/25/17
Re: Thoughts on these cold tits?shotgun schadenfreude  06/25/17
Re: When is EEA3?exeuntman8  06/25/17
Re: Your GF at Bitches who Brunch: "You have GOT to try Chef Chad's 'Cock au vin'"MPYay!  06/25/17
Re: NYT report: Kethledge & Kavanaugh are the leading candidates to replace Kennedy\'\'\"\"\"\'\'\'\"\'\'\'  06/25/17
Re: The Atlantic: What's Wrong With the Democrats? (tldr Liz Warren >> Cory Booker)htt  06/25/17
Re: Kavanaugh will replace Kennedy, htfh libs\'\'\"\"\"\'\'\'\"\'\'\'  06/25/17
Re: 2/10 NOWAG from DARTMOUTH marries 3/10 white girl(SAD this coulda been you!)exeuntman8  06/25/17
Re: Justice Anthony Kennedy (retired)Mance Rayder  06/25/17
Re: 2/10 NOWAG from DARTMOUTH marries 3/10 white girl(SAD this coulda been you!)what username  06/25/17
Re: Rach is a genius. I love how he incorporated spell check in the poast sectionhtt  06/25/17
Re: Uhhh bros, I think I just Tinder matched with one of our summer associates...lovable coin trader  06/25/17
Re: Have you ever turned down a chick that explicitly wanted to fuck you?.....,,,,...,......,,,,...,.,.,,  06/25/17
Re: Have you ever turned down a chick that explicitly wanted to fuck you?htt  06/25/17
Re: 2/10 NOWAG from DARTMOUTH marries 3/10 white girl(SAD this coulda been you!)Mance Rayder  06/25/17
Re: The Atlantic: What's Wrong With the Democrats? (tldr Liz Warren >> Cory Booker)...,...,.::..;,.,:,:,,..,::.,:,.,.:.:.,:.::.,  06/25/17
Re: Noted Lurker XO Orin Kerr: 50/50 Whether Kennedy Retirement Rumors Are TruePina Toro III  06/25/17
Re: 290biglaw lives don\'t matter  06/25/17
Re: Reminder: The moon waxes and wanessnoot  06/25/17
Re: just imagine my dawg Zeno at Olympia, all getting niggas riled.... -^^,--,~....  06/25/17
Re: Justice Anthony Kennedy (retired)biglaw lives don\'t matter  06/25/17
Re: The Atlantic: What's Wrong With the Democrats? (tldr Liz Warren >> Cory Booker)htt  06/25/17
Re: XO Bibi Reneges On Egalitarian Western Wall Prayer. "Women Of The Wall" MAFPina Toro III  06/25/17
Re: Halford resting his flacid cock on doobs's snout for discipline training.fat  06/25/17
Re: 2/10 NOWAG from DARTMOUTH marries 3/10 white girl(SAD this coulda been you!)NOT mpa  06/25/17
Re: Halford resting his flacid cock on doobs's snout for discipline training.Transman crapping in the urinal next to you  06/25/17
Re: Have you ever turned down a chick that explicitly wanted to fuck you?.....,,,,...,......,,,,...,.,.,,  06/25/17
Re: Reminder: The moon waxes and wanesPina Toro III  06/25/17
Re: Trucker: "Wait, that's not Gatorade." Peterman: "I know."Mance Rayder  06/25/17
Re: PSA: IF SHE IS GETTING KETTLE CORN SHE IS FUCKING YOUR ROOMMATEdessert fox  06/25/17
Re: Halford resting his flacid cock on doobs's snout for discipline training.Mance Rayder  06/25/17
Re: Have you ever turned down a chick that explicitly wanted to fuck you?fat  06/25/17
Re: Imagine how many gays are waking up now and realizing their lives are a jokeacr  06/25/17
Re: Guys. Donald fucking trump is the president. Fucking LOLPina Toro III  06/25/17
Re: Guys. Donald fucking trump is the president. Fucking LOLacr  06/25/17
Re: Uhhh bros, I think I just Tinder matched with one of our summer associates...90155  06/25/17
Re: Let's have another cup of coffee, and let's have another piece of pie!shotgun schadenfreude  06/25/17
Re: Imagine how many gays are waking up now and realizing their lives are a jokeshotgun schadenfreude  06/25/17
Re: Halford resting his flacid cock on doobs's snout for discipline training.Chill 5\'10\" male with unused 7\" cock  06/25/17
Re: Mozilla: This $2M is yours if you can 'decentralize' the webacr  06/25/17
Re: Let's have another cup of coffee, and let's have another piece of pie!<(*V*)>  06/25/17
Re: Good thing Dems kept the filibuster to protect Roe v Wade.JFC  06/25/17
Re: Reminder that the world is ur oyster bros. Cubs won WS. Trump won POTUS.NOT mpa  06/25/17
Re: The Atlantic: What's Wrong With the Democrats? (tldr Liz Warren >> Cory Booker)Mance Rayder  06/25/17
Re: xo Bernie: "My dear friend and mentor David Duke told me..."JFC  06/25/17
Re: When is EEA3?shotgun schadenfreude  06/25/17
Re: Imagine how many gays are waking up now and realizing their lives are a jokeacr  06/25/17
Re: When is EEA3?boomerboat  06/25/17
Re: So benzo just takes miles of unprotected diseased faggot cock up shit chute 24/7acr  06/25/17
Re: Imagine how many gays are waking up now and realizing their lives are a jokeshotgun schadenfreude  06/25/17
Re: When is EEA3?exeuntman8  06/25/17
Re: Xo Bernie: 'I guss u can work w/ Jews so long before u pick up habits.'JFC  06/25/17
Re: what goes up must - - - - - - - -JFC  06/25/17
Re: lol @ "men" who cannot do 10 pull ups, 10 pistol squats, and 10 1-handed pushupsgaggle Of IvyLgrs dying in criticality accident  06/25/17
Re: what goes up must - - - - - - - -JFC  06/25/17
Re: So benzo just takes miles of unprotected diseased faggot cock up shit chute 24/7Transman crapping in the urinal next to you  06/25/17
Re: Xo Bernie: 'I guss u can work w/ Jews so long before u pick up habits.'.,.,,..,..,.,.,:,,:,.,.,:.:,.,.,;,.,.:...:..,.:.,  06/25/17
Re: Mozilla: This $2M is yours if you can 'decentralize' the webshotgun schadenfreude  06/25/17
Re: So the "Amniotic Fluid" is basically all pee by birth? LJL at womenlsd  06/25/17
Re: Mozilla: This $2M is yours if you can 'decentralize' the webJFC  06/25/17
Re: Reminder: The moon waxes and wanesshotgun schadenfreude  06/25/17
Re: So benzo just takes miles of unprotected diseased faggot cock up shit chute 24/7benzo xx  06/25/17
Re: "Bitches who Brunch" website is the shrewiest hting ive ever seen....::::..::..,,....,........,..,,,,,.  06/25/17
Re: These ETH crashes are starting to feel different...like its not going back upsnoot  06/25/17
Re: Trump Considering Pulling Out Of ME Peace Talks After Jared PWNs "Palestinians"JFC  06/25/17
Re: Chicago Pride Parade bans gay Jewish flag (link)Martin Prince  06/25/17
Re: Trump Considering Pulling Out Of ME Peace Talks After Jared PWNs "Palestinians"JFC  06/25/17
Re: Uhhh bros, I think I just Tinder matched with one of our summer associates...Mance Rayder  06/25/17
Re: LOL ETH already mooning again- $360 and counting boyslovable coin trader  06/25/17
Re: "pls rise" pitifully mumbled jeb! the xo poa as he watched ETH crater permanentl\'\'\"\"\"\'\'\'\"\'\'\'  06/25/17
Re: Reminder: The moon waxes and wanesHeftyfine  06/25/17
Re: Mozilla: This $2M is yours if you can 'decentralize' the web.,.,...,..,.,..:,,:,...,:::,...,:,.,.:..:.,:,::,.  06/25/17
Re: Trump Considering Pulling Out Of ME Peace Talks After Jared PWNs "Palestinians"JFC  06/25/17
Re: Trump Considering Pulling Out Of ME Peace Talks After Jared PWNs "Palestinians"Pina Toro III  06/25/17
Re: The Atlantic: What's Wrong With the Democrats? (tldr Liz Warren >> Cory Booker).,.,...,..,.,..:,,:,...,:::,...,:,.,.:..:.,:,::,.  06/25/17
Re: Mozilla: This $2M is yours if you can 'decentralize' the webzarathustra  06/25/17
Re: "Here's a little amuse bouche" says Chef Chad setting down a 9" kielbasaImanageCat  06/25/17
Re: Trump Considering Pulling Out Of ME Peace Talks After Jared PWNs "Palestinians"..,..,..,...,,,...,..,.,,.,..,.,,  06/25/17
Re: Your gf staring in abject rage as Chef Chad slaps the cute hostess' assgirthy screed  06/25/17
Re: These ETH crashes are starting to feel different...like its not going back up<(*V*)>  06/25/17
Re: 2/10 NOWAG from DARTMOUTH marries 3/10 white girl(SAD this coulda been you!)....::::..::..,,....,........,..,,,,,.  06/25/17
Re: 2/10 NOWAG from DARTMOUTH marries 3/10 white girl(SAD this coulda been you!)what username  06/25/17
Re: Uhhh bros, I think I just Tinder matched with one of our summer associates...90155  06/25/17
Re: Have you ever turned down a chick that explicitly wanted to fuck you?actual medical doctor  06/25/17
Re: Hungover chunky 33-yr-old women putting on "rompers" for brunchImanageCat  06/25/17
Re: "The Special Counsel is authorized to conduct the investigation confirmed by....,..,..,,,....,,....,,,...  06/25/17
Re: The Atlantic: What's Wrong With the Democrats? (tldr Liz Warren >> Cory Booker)Mance Rayder  06/25/17
Re: How did you feel putting your dog "to sleep"ImanageCat  06/25/17
Re: Julian Assange: Why the Democratic party is doomedLTDanCaffey  06/25/17
Re: Trump Considering Pulling Out Of ME Peace Talks After Jared PWNs "Palestinians"Pina Toro III  06/25/17
Re: XO Federer, 9 TIMES A CHAMPION Of Halle. 92nd ATP Title. #ironsidePina Toro III  06/25/17
Re: Do the Russian posters know FBI is probably surveilling them?....,..,..,,,....,,....,,,...  06/25/17
Re: Have you ever turned down a chick that explicitly wanted to fuck you?fat  06/25/17
Re: The Atlantic: What's Wrong With the Democrats? (tldr Liz Warren >> Cory Booker).,.,...,..,.,..:,,:,...,:::,...,:,.,.:..:.,:,::,.  06/25/17
Re: Mozilla: This $2M is yours if you can 'decentralize' the webshotgun schadenfreude  06/25/17
Re: So the "Amniotic Fluid" is basically all pee by birth? LJL at women....,..,..,,,....,,....,,,...  06/25/17
Re: lib friends increasingly unhinged re TrumpMance Rayder  06/25/17
Re: Have you ever turned down a chick that explicitly wanted to fuck you?Wilbur Mercer, permanently embarrassed millionaire  06/25/17
Re: Anyone who wouldn't fuck Kate Bush in 1981 is a zero-T queer,,,.,.,,....,,,.,.,.,.,,...,,,,  06/25/17
Re: lib friends increasingly unhinged re TrumpMance Rayder  06/25/17
Re: These ETH crashes are starting to feel different...like its not going back upshotgun schadenfreude  06/25/17
Re: Is it true that a rebellious, promiscuous woman used to post here?,,,.,.,,....,,,.,.,.,.,,...,,,,  06/25/17
Re: So the "Amniotic Fluid" is basically all pee by birth? LJL at womenSlime theory  06/25/17
Re: Julian Assange: Why the Democratic party is doomed.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,,.,,.,,.  06/25/17
Re: Have you ever turned down a chick that explicitly wanted to fuck you?,,,.,.,,....,,,.,.,.,.,,...,,,,  06/25/17
Re: When is EEA3?shotgun schadenfreude  06/25/17
Re: Julian Assange: Why the Democratic party is doomedLTDanCaffey  06/25/17
Re: Have you ever turned down a chick that explicitly wanted to fuck you?Duxyay!  06/25/17
Re: Julian Assange: Why the Democratic party is doomed.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,,.,,.,,.  06/25/17
Re: Air Asia pilot tells passegers to "say a prayer" after plane has technical issue....,..,..,,,....,,....,,,...  06/25/17
Re: Have you ever turned down a chick that explicitly wanted to fuck you?old John L.  06/25/17
Re: Anyone who wouldn't fuck Kate Bush in 1981 is a zero-T queergirthy screed  06/25/17
Re: So the "Amniotic Fluid" is basically all pee by birth? LJL at womenlsd  06/25/17
Re: The idea that penis size matters is retarded shitlennial flame.,.,...,..,.,..:,,:,...,:::,...,:,.,.:..:.,:,::,.  06/25/17
Re: ljl @ ex-obama officials openly repudiating Obama and vindicating Romney.,.,.,...,.,,...,.,.,,,.,...,.,.,..,.,.  06/25/17
Re: These ETH crashes are starting to feel different...like its not going back upJohannes Brahms  06/25/17
Re: "Here's a little amuse bouche" says Chef Chad setting down a 9" kielbasagirthy screed  06/25/17
Re: When is EEA3?shotgun schadenfreude  06/25/17
Re: 2/10 NOWAG from DARTMOUTH marries 3/10 white girl(SAD this coulda been you!);;;..;....;......,,,  06/25/17
Re: Anyone who wouldn't fuck Kate Bush in 1981 is a zero-T queerI strongly feel this is an insult to life itself  06/25/17
Re: Julian Assange: Why the Democratic party is doomedshotgun schadenfreude  06/25/17
Re: Watch video for Talk Talk - It's My Life at ur work desk and try not to killselfgirthy screed  06/25/17
Re: Watch video for Talk Talk - It's My Life at ur work desk and try not to killselfgirthy screed  06/25/17
Re: tally your total uber ride history with this neat website\"\'\"  06/25/17
Re: Do the Russian posters know FBI is probably surveilling them?.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,,.,,.,,.  06/25/17
Re: No dependent, able bodied ppl can get Medicaid?!?!90155  06/25/17
Re: 2015 Obama learns about Peterman, tells DOJ to switch position on ObergefellMance Rayder  06/25/17
Re: 2/10 NOWAG from DARTMOUTH marries 3/10 white girl(SAD this coulda been you!)Daniel Day-Lewis (retired)  06/25/17
Re: Have you ever turned down a chick that explicitly wanted to fuck you?htt  06/25/17
Re: Watch video for Talk Talk - It's My Life at ur work desk and try not to killselfgirthy screed  06/25/17
Re: Julian Assange: Why the Democratic party is doomedI strongly feel this is an insult to life itself  06/25/17
Re: Shrews at brunch blaming Trump for causing their "stress eating"JFC  06/25/17
Re: 2nd cousin: whip me with a branch; Shrew GF: Whip me up some brunchJFC  06/25/17
Re: Should Trump pay Hillary to make public appearances and draw hate away from him?.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,,.,,.,,.  06/25/17
Re: 2nd cousin: whip me with a branch; Shrew GF: Whip me up some brunchHow to derive an aut from an ism  06/25/17
Re: Your GF at Bitches who Brunch: "You have GOT to try Chef Chad's 'Cock au vin'"Subtle Hipster Troll  06/25/17
Re: 2/10 NOWAG from DARTMOUTH marries 3/10 white girl(SAD this coulda been you!)James Joyce Jr.  06/25/17
Re: Benzo tsks, shakes head watching Peterman's TiNA-fueled antics on Pride floatMance Rayder  06/25/17
Re: Your GF at Bitches who Brunch: "You have GOT to try Chef Chad's 'Cock au vin'"girthy screed  06/25/17
Re: Benzo tsks, shakes head watching Peterman's TiNA-fueled antics on Pride floatSubtle Hipster Troll  06/25/17
Re: i often see microaggressions w/o any training.can i skip all my college courses?htt  06/25/17
Re: Benzo tsks, shakes head watching Peterman's TiNA-fueled antics on Pride floatfat  06/25/17
Re: The idea that penis size matters is retarded shitlennial flamehtt  06/25/17
Re: if ur gfs friends aren't constantly trying to fuck you she told them ur TINYSubtle Hipster Troll  06/25/17
Re: Anyone who wouldn't fuck Kate Bush in 1981 is a zero-T queergirthy screed  06/25/17
Re: 2/10 NOWAG from DARTMOUTH marries 3/10 white girl(SAD this coulda been you!)htt  06/25/17
Re: Azn sloot just called my cock "cute"Subtle Hipster Troll  06/25/17
Re: Shrews at brunch blaming Trump for causing their "stress eating"James Joyce Jr.  06/25/17
Re: 2/10 NOWAG from DARTMOUTH marries 3/10 white girl(SAD this coulda been you!)what username  06/25/17
Re: Uhhh bros, I think I just Tinder matched with one of our summer associates...don\'t run eichenwald-san tentacle-kun sees u  06/25/17
Re: Azn sloot just called my cock "cute"biglaw lives don\'t matter  06/25/17
Re: ljl @ ex-obama officials openly repudiating Obama and vindicating Romney.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,,.,,.,,.  06/25/17
Re: Azn sloot just called my cock "cute"Subtle Hipster Troll  06/25/17
Re: 200 lb whale jcm snoring loudly next to you, blubber softly jigglingfat  06/25/17
Re: i often see microaggressions w/o any training.can i skip all my college courses?How to derive an aut from an ism  06/25/17
Re: The idea that penis size matters is retarded shitlennial flamefat  06/25/17
Re: Azn sloot just called my cock "cute"Chaim Thundercuck  06/25/17
Re: obamacare bronze (catastrophic plan) is $800 per month for family of 490155  06/25/17
Re: Azn sloot just called my cock "cute"Chaim Thundercuck  06/25/17
Re: Grinding in the trenches this weekend boys.shotgun schadenfreude  06/25/17
Re: Julian Assange: Why the Democratic party is doomedLTDanCaffey  06/25/17
Re: The idea that penis size matters is retarded shitlennial flame.,.,.:.,,.:.,.,:,,:,.::,:.:,...:.,:,.,.:.,.,:.::,.  06/25/17
Re: Benzo tsks, shakes head watching Peterman's TiNA-fueled antics on Pride float\'\"\'\'\'\'\"\"\"\'\'\'\'\'  06/25/17
Re: Grinding in the trenches this weekend boys.acr  06/25/17
Re: "I need to 'gaslight' my bathroom if u know what I mean"giggled the brunch shrewJames Joyce Jr.  06/25/17
Re: Azn sloot just called my cock "cute"Subtle Hipster Troll  06/25/17
Re: The idea that penis size matters is retarded shitlennial flameacr  06/25/17
Re: Exeunt partying with his pride bros after cashyout his eth and never telling usfat  06/25/17
Re: Azn sloot just called my cock "cute"biglaw lives don\'t matter  06/25/17
Re: Grinding in the trenches this weekend boys.NOT mpa  06/25/17
Re: Municipal waste water facilities at capacity on Sun from hungover shrew brunches\'\'\"\"\"\'\'\'\"\'\'\'  06/25/17
Re: These ETH crashes are starting to feel different...like its not going back up<(*V*)>  06/25/17
Re: degree at Tufts | gassy butt | brunch at CUTacr  06/25/17
Re: So benzo just takes miles of unprotected diseased faggot cock up shit chute 24/7\'\'\"\"\"\'\'\'\"\'\'\'  06/25/17
Re: The idea that penis size matters is retarded shitlennial flameSubtle Hipster Troll  06/25/17
Re: degree at Tufts | gassy butt | brunch at CUTJames Joyce Jr.  06/25/17
Re: Grinding in the trenches this weekend boys.acr  06/25/17
Re: ljl @ ex-obama officials openly repudiating Obama and vindicating Romney.,.,.,...,.,,...,.,.,,,.,...,.,.,..,.,.  06/25/17
Re: *Sysco truck slowly driving up Amsterdam Av on Sunday, spraying Hollandaise hoseacr  06/25/17
Re: Julian Assange: Why the Democratic party is doomed.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,,.,,.,,.  06/25/17
Re: These ETH crashes are starting to feel different...like its not going back upbaby boomer espousing benefits of home ownership  06/25/17
Re: These ETH crashes are starting to feel different...like its not going back upshotgun schadenfreude  06/25/17
Re: Azn sloot just called my cock "cute"Chaim Thundercuck  06/25/17
Re: obamacare bronze (catastrophic plan) is $800 per month for family of 4baby boomer espousing benefits of home ownership  06/25/17
Re: So xo is officially pro sell cucking at this point, correct?shotgun schadenfreude  06/25/17
Re: shrew gf creating "obstruction of justice" in your toilet after brunchfat  06/25/17
Re: These ETH crashes are starting to feel different...like its not going back uphtt  06/25/17
Re: Groupthink Gone Horribly Wrong: The XO/Tulipcoins Story.,.,.:.,,.:.,.,:,,:,.::,:.:,...:.,:,.,.:.,.,:.::,.  06/25/17
Re: Whok did so much kegels, jinx could literally not pull outfat  06/25/17
Re: Azn sloot just called my cock "cute"Subtle Hipster Troll  06/25/17
Re: Uhhh bros, I think I just Tinder matched with one of our summer associates...Mance Rayder  06/25/17
Re: Molly and truvada at Mfh after hours\"\"\'\'\'\"\'\"\'  06/25/17
Re: Azn sloot just called my cock "cute"biglaw lives don\'t matter  06/25/17
Re: shrew gf creating "obstruction of justice" in your toilet after brunch\'\'\"\"\"\'\'\'\"\'\'\'  06/25/17
Re: obamacare bronze (catastrophic plan) is $800 per month for family of 490155  06/25/17
Re: Molly and truvada at Mfh after hours\'\"\'\'\'\'\"\"\"\'\'\'\'\'  06/25/17
Re: describe the stench in the ladies bathroom at a DC brunch spot on Sunday\'\'\"\"\"\'\'\'\"\'\'\'  06/25/17
Re: So xo is officially pro sell cucking at this point, correct?baby boomer espousing benefits of home ownership  06/25/17
Re: Azn sloot just called my cock "cute"Subtle Hipster Troll  06/25/17
Re: Hungover chunky 33-yr-old women putting on "rompers" for brunchLTDanCaffey  06/25/17
Re: people who bring their own entertainment to restaurants should be shotbaby boomer espousing benefits of home ownership  06/25/17
Re: Molly and truvada at Mfh after hours\'\'\"\"\"\'\'\'\"\'\'\'  06/25/17
Re: XO is the law board for chill funny conservaheroes. TLS for unfunny libsJFC  06/25/17
Re: Municipal waste water facilities at capacity on Sun from hungover shrew brunches\'\'\"\"\"\'\'\'\"\'\'\'  06/25/17
Re: XO is the law board for chill funny conservaheroes. TLS for unfunny libs.,.,.:.,,.:.,.,:,,:,.::,:.:,...:.,:,.,.:.,.,:.::,.  06/25/17
Re: Molly and truvada at Mfh after hoursSubtle Hipster Troll  06/25/17
Re: Azn sloot just called my cock "cute"biglaw lives don\'t matter  06/25/17
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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:40 AM
Author: <(*V*)>

It's at an ATL in USD.

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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:40 AM
Author: exeuntman8(0x823fe3353982b7d869345c00f1f6f814d9825ce9)


they didn't give a specific date for eea2, either.

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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:40 AM
Author: Pina Toro III(*)


woah fed was 1 stuttgart match win away from the #2 seed. that would have made things interesting.

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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:40 AM
Author: Aaron James Judge( )


Too harsh - good outcome for all parties here

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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:39 AM
Author: .........,,;,;,;,,,............,,;,;;,.;.

How has it changed your perspective on life?

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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:39 AM
Author: MPYay!

haha wow holy shit

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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:39 AM
Author: ,,,.,.,,....,,,.,.,.,.,,...,,,,

She was super drunk.

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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:39 AM
Author: scholarship



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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:39 AM
Author: shotgun schadenfreude

no specific date less than a week out?

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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:39 AM
Author: Pina Toro III(*)




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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:39 AM
Author: setstein

That is a spectacularly low quality article so arch-typical of East Coast Democrats. It is just an almost empty rant about 4x as verbiose as it needed to be. And towards the end the depraved conclusion and only content of the rant: that the Democrats should make sure their rhetoric(...) does not exclude lowly workers, and that illegal immigration will still provide enough Dem som years ahead. These people are simple thugs.



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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:38 AM
Author: MPYay!



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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:38 AM
Author: Pina Toro III(*)


lance and stan now bumped down 2 spots from 2 and 3 to 4 and 5 (djoker and fed get 2 and 3).

doesnt really matter tho. lance and fed swapping 3 and 4 is irrelevant.

http://www.openerarankings.com/home?Race=3

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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:38 AM
Author: MPYay!



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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:38 AM
Author: MPYay!

aahahahhahhahahhahahahhahahahahhah

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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:38 AM
Author: Mance Rayder(/s/ Mance Rayder)


https://www.supremecourt.gov/opinions/16pdf/15-1293_1o13.pdf

When a government entity embarks on a course of action, it necessarily takes a particular viewpoint and rejects others. The Free Speech Clause does not require government to maintain viewpoint neutrality when its officers and employees speak about that venture. Here is a simple example. During the Second World War, the Federal Government produced and distributed millions of posters to promote the war effort. There were posters urging enlistment, the purchase of war bonds, and the conservation of scarce resources. These posters expressed a viewpoint, but the First Amendment did not demand that the Government balance the message of these posters by producing and distributing posters encouraging Americans to refrain from engaging in these activities.

***

In light of all this, it is far-fetched to suggest that the content of a registered mark is government speech. If the federal registration of a trademark makes the mark government speech, the Federal Government is babbling prodigiously and incoherently. It is saying many unseemly things. It is expressing contradictory views. It is unashamedly endorsing a vast array of commercial products and services. And it is providing Delphic advice to the consuming public. For example, if trademarks represent government speech, what does the Government have in mind when it advises Americans to “make.believe” (Sony), “Think different” (Apple), “Just do it” (Nike), or “Have it your way” (Burger King)? Was the Government warning about a coming disaster when it registered the mark “EndTime Ministries”?

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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:38 AM
Author: scholarship

it feels completely mentally ill and out of control

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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:38 AM
Author: sellcuck undercucking ur market (hehe)(formerly "longmo")


180. Might throw in another few ETH

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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:38 AM
Author: .........,,,,,....,,,,......... (Retiring)

Didn't realize he was 29... Looks my age

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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:37 AM
Author: .........,,,,,....,,,,......... (Retiring)

Dude doesn't look bad, just tired and burned out

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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:37 AM
Author: \'\'\"\"\"\'\'\'\"\'\'\'



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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:37 AM
Author: htt

lol

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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:35 AM
Author: MPYay!



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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:35 AM
Author: lovable coin trader

This is how many dollars the boss will have collectively made off ETH once they sell

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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:35 AM
Author: shotgun schadenfreude

https://i.imgur.com/1C635Wi.png

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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:34 AM
Author: exeuntman8(0x823fe3353982b7d869345c00f1f6f814d9825ce9)


lots of transparency:

http://www.coindesk.com/enterprise-ethereum-alliance-new-members-blockchain/

the expectation that we get updates every week is unrealistic and driven by the short horizons of ethereum speculators.

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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:34 AM
Author: MPYay!



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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:33 AM
Author: \'\'\"\"\"\'\'\'\"\'\'\'



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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:33 AM
Author: htt

i think the brutal part is about slick willy knowing her weakness well in advance and the brand completely ignoring him

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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:32 AM
Author: \'\'\"\"\"\'\'\'\"\'\'\'



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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:32 AM
Author: exeuntman8(0x823fe3353982b7d869345c00f1f6f814d9825ce9)


she's cute:

https://www.cahill.com/professionals/kathleen-farley

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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:32 AM
Author: Mance Rayder(/s/ Mance Rayder)




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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:31 AM
Author: what username(arhat)




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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:31 AM
Author: htt



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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:31 AM
Author: lovable coin trader

You couldn't even describe the sex in this flame? It's well done flame though so congrats

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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:31 AM
Author: .....,,,,...,......,,,,...,.,.,,

no that's not what I meant

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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:30 AM
Author: htt

is the slutty chick going after a married man a real phenomenon?

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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:29 AM
Author: Mance Rayder(/s/ Mance Rayder)


"If I knew this would happen to my progeny I would have just jumped out of the raft."

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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:29 AM
Author: ...,...,.::..;,.,:,:,,..,::.,:,.,.:.:.,:.::.,

3rd paragraph is brutal

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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:29 AM
Author: Pina Toro III(*)




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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:29 AM
Author: biglaw lives don\'t matter



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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:29 AM
Author: snoot(bloodacre@aol.com)




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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:29 AM
Author: .... -^^,--,~....



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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:28 AM
Author: biglaw lives don\'t matter



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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:28 AM
Author: htt

she's even more cringe worthy on the mic than HER

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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:28 AM
Author: Pina Toro III(*)


Wall Prayer Space Suspended How a Handful of Religious Ignoramuses Is Taking Israel Back to the Middle Ages

By freezing the Kotel plan, Israel's ultra-Orthodox parties have bent Netanyahu to their will while stripping away women's rights at the Wall
Anat Hoffman Jun 25, 2017 5:16 PM
Women of the Wall celebrate the new month of Tammuz at the Western Wall, Jerusalem. 7 July 2016
Women of the Wall celebrate the new month of Tammuz at the Western Wall, Jerusalem. 7 July 2016 Daniel Shitrit

Giving in to ultra-Orthodox, cabinet drops compromise on mixed prayer space at Western Wall
Opinion Reform Jews in exchange for peace
Analysis Netanyahu to American Jews: Drop dead

Reading the reports regarding the freezing of the Kotel Agreement, intended to establish an egalitarian prayer space at the Western Wall, I realized the Jewish ultra-Orthodox minority’s threats to break up Israel's governing coalition enabled it to bend not only Prime Minister Netanyahu to its will, but also the rules of space and time and to travel back to the Middle Ages.

Now we call on our women ministers and MKs: Be Wonder Women. Use your powers to prevent women’s exclusion and religious discrimination.

We arrived at the Kotel Agreement at the urging of PM Netanyahu after nearly three years of negotiations. We compromised. We sacrificed. We wanted the Kotel to be the place it’s supposed to be. A place for every Jew, man or woman, of any denomination to have a voice, to feel connected to their faith, their history and their spirituality.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, at a special cabinet meeting for Jerusalem Day, held in the Western Wall tunnels in Jerusalem's Old City. May 28, 2017
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, at a special cabinet meeting for Jerusalem Day, held in the Western Wall tunnels in Jerusalem's Old City. May 28, 2017Gali Tibbon/AP

From the moment it was approved by 15-5 vote nearly 18 months ago, the government has done nothing but stall and avoid implementing the agreement. Netanyahu will be remembered as the leader who let a handful of religious ignoramuses strip away the rights of 51% of the population.

We’d like you, women Knesset Members, all 27 and 22.5% of you, making to rise and stand with Women of the Wall. You have a historic mission, bigger than any party and any agenda, to protect the sacred rights of Jewish women to have their voices heard in prayer at the Kotel and around the world.

Be assertive, and powerful, and fearless. Women of the Wall have been fighting this oppression against women by prayer alone, month after month for 28 years. You had to climb up ladders much steeper than the men you serve with at Knesset. We know you’re there, we know you can do it. The question is, will you? Because really, if women's voices are banished from the Western Wall, where else in Israel will we ever be safe?

Anat Hoffman is the executive director of the Israel Religious Action Center and chairperson of Women of the Wall.
read more: http://www.haaretz.com/opinion/.premium-1.797739

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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:27 AM
Author: fat(the artist formerly known as jcm)




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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:26 AM
Author: NOT mpa(uspo)


very sad

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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:26 AM
Author: Transman crapping in the urinal next to you



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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:26 AM
Author: .....,,,,...,......,,,,...,.,.,,

Well I'm married, so of course.

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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:26 AM
Author: Pina Toro III(*)


ROSH KODESH TOV!

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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:25 AM
Author: Mance Rayder(/s/ Mance Rayder)




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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:25 AM
Author: dessert fox

https://rr.reddit.com/r/relationships/comments/6jeqsu/my21m_girlfriend21f_was_lying_about_being/

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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:24 AM
Author: Mance Rayder(/s/ Mance Rayder)




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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:24 AM
Author: fat(the artist formerly known as jcm)


?? why did you turn her down

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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:24 AM
Author: acr

*logs into Grindr*

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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:24 AM
Author: Pina Toro III(*)




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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:23 AM
Author: acr

Fuck libs

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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:23 AM
Author: 90155

And hopefully sound proof. Haha.

Thanks bro. Living the dream. Girl seems to be a classy broad. Hope it works out.

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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:23 AM
Author: shotgun schadenfreude



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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:23 AM
Author: shotgun schadenfreude

"whoa last night got kinda drunk and took molly, then attended an orgy and had risky unprotected sex with 4 strangers, lol what an awesome night!"

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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:23 AM
Author: Chill 5\'10\" male with unused 7\" cock



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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:23 AM
Author: acr

LJL

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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:22 AM
Author: <(*V*)>

Mr. Donald J. Trump, says that now's the time to buy!

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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:22 AM
Author: JFC

cr - the corporatist GOP & their stooges roberts & alito & gorsuch will see 2 that

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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:22 AM
Author: NOT mpa(uspo)


miracles can happen.

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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:22 AM
Author: Mance Rayder(/s/ Mance Rayder)


If she runs a national campaign against Trump, of course voters will learn what it refers to. "Pretended to be Native American in order to advance career" is a pretty simple answer. She'll totally be able to win over middle class white voters!

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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:22 AM
Author: JFC



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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:22 AM
Author: shotgun schadenfreude

why isnt there more transparency? seems odd

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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:21 AM
Author: acr

It's fabulous!

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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:21 AM
Author: boomerboat



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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:21 AM
Author: acr



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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:21 AM
Author: shotgun schadenfreude



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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:21 AM
Author: exeuntman8(0x823fe3353982b7d869345c00f1f6f814d9825ce9)


supposedly this month

https://www.reddit.com/r/ethtrader/comments/6cyt7q/crypt0_interview_with_andrew_keys_more_eea/

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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:21 AM
Author: JFC



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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:20 AM
Author: JFC

damn forgot i'd made 1 already

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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:20 AM
Author: gaggle Of IvyLgrs dying in criticality accident(gaggle tp)




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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:20 AM
Author: JFC



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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:20 AM
Author: Transman crapping in the urinal next to you

He takes breaks to poast

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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:20 AM
Author: .,.,,..,..,.,.,:,,:,.,.,:.:,.,.,;,.,.:...:..,.:.,



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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:20 AM
Author: shotgun schadenfreude

cr this is ridiculous

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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:19 AM
Author: lsd(C++)


cr

LJL at ttt "mammals"

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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:19 AM
Author: JFC

JFC

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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:19 AM
Author: shotgun schadenfreude



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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:19 AM
Author: benzo xx

Point?

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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:19 AM
Author: ....::::..::..,,....,........,..,,,,,.



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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:19 AM
Author: snoot(bloodacre@aol.com)




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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:19 AM
Author: JFC



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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:19 AM
Author: Martin Prince(Bad (or sick) guy!)


"Muslim refugees welcome!"
*gets diversity tossed off a roof*

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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:19 AM
Author: JFC

holy shit - 180. this used to be standard rightwing position until leftward drift & cuckification

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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:18 AM
Author: Mance Rayder(/s/ Mance Rayder)


It's a wide mix. I've been there a few times now. There are local lobbyist-looking types. A good number of people dressed to the nines, like they're going to some black tie gala. And a bunch of tourists -- think rich Trump supporters from all over America who want to come have a drink at the hotel, and they dress how they think DC people are supposed to dress nice. It's always a bit off. Or you'll see the middle aged guy in a golf polo and hat, probably some local successful businessman who thinks he's at his country club.

It's not jam packed, so hard to overhear conversation. But yes, when we were there a dad was explaining to his wife and son that Trump won fair and square and that the popular vote was totally irrelevant because Trump would have campaigned differently if big cities mattered.

I think it's incredibly classy. It's not trying to be a more gaudy version of a W Hotel or anything like that. The rooms are also quite classy.

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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:18 AM
Author: lovable coin trader



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Author: Heftyfine



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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:17 AM
Author: .,.,...,..,.,..:,,:,...,:::,...,:,.,.:..:.,:,::,.

$2 million isn't nearly enough for a *good* idea on this scale.

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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:17 AM
Author: JFC



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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:16 AM
Author: Pina Toro III(*)




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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:15 AM
Author: .,.,...,..,.,..:,,:,...,:::,...,:,.,.:..:.,:,::,.

Pocahontas is a weak nickname for Warren. Most voters don't even know what it refers to. Lying Ted and Crooked Hillary were more obvious.

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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:15 AM
Author: zarathustra

*peterman logs into coursera*

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Author: ImanageCat



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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:14 AM
Author: ..,..,..,...,,,...,..,.,,.,..,.,,

ie, the original two state solution

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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:14 AM
Author: girthy screed



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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:13 AM
Author: <(*V*)>

See my poast below re: random walk, Burt Malkiel and Buffet. On very few timelines is Buffett not successful, but there are also very few timelines where he is as successful as he is.

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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:13 AM
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They met in 2006. The chink wifed his organic gf. She probably looked better in college too. u: tinder sloots

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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:13 AM
Author: what username(arhat)


Ljl at azns

http://www.guinnessworldrecords.com/world-records/longest-time-adrift-at-sea-alone

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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:13 AM
Author: 90155

1 fucking 80.

Since you won't go into details about the night (which I respect) set the scene at the trump hotel?

Tourists? Locals? Lobbyists?

Everyone talking Trump?

I've never been to a trump property. Ostentatious? Classy?

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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:13 AM
Author: actual medical doctor((not an actual medical doctor))


Yeah

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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:13 AM
Author: ImanageCat



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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:12 AM
Author: Mance Rayder(/s/ Mance Rayder)


lol I sure hope libs go all in on Pocahontas

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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:12 AM
Author: ImanageCat

?

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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:12 AM
Author: LTDanCaffey

I despise what shitlibery has done to our culture, politics, and foreign policy. This has caused me to take a highly critical and cynical view. I believe that we should confront Russia where we must, but should go a bit out of our way to work with them on Syria and to counter Islamic radicals elsewhere in the ME.

We need to also do what we can to contain growing Chinese influence, but I recognize that we don't have the political or economic will to truly contain them if they are hellbent on the current course (which appears to be the case). Half measures will only delay the invesitsble in Asia.

How does any of this amount to cheering on our enemies?

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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:11 AM
Author: Pina Toro III(*)




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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:11 AM
Author: Pina Toro III(*)


crushing win over "german" sasha

http://www.tennisworldusa.org/news/news/On_the_ATP_results_with/44768/atp-halle-federer-storms-over-zverev-to-lift-his-9th-halle-title/

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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:10 AM
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wait do they really defend Putin?

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yes.



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The strategy was simple. A demographic wave—long-building, still-building—would carry the party to victory, and liberalism to generational advantage. The wave was inevitable, unstoppable. It would not crest for many years, and in the meantime, there would be losses—losses in the midterms and in special elections; in statehouses and in districts and counties and municipalities outside major cities. Losses in places and elections where the white vote was especially strong.

But the presidency could offset these losses. Every four years the wave would swell, receding again thereafter but coming back in the next presidential cycle, higher, higher. The strategy was simple. The presidency was everything.

Anyone who examined the strategy that the Democratic Party has embraced ever more tightly in recent years could see its essential precariousness. And anyone could see that investing such grave hopes in the person of Hillary Clinton—who had lost the party’s nomination to a little-known senator in 2008; who had struggled to win it against a little-known socialist eight years later—was particularly risky.

But liberals’ fears were softened in 2016 by a widely shared belief: that the candidacy of Donald Trump would shatter the Republican Party, at least in the form in which we had long known it. His trail of wreckage would force a painful reckoning with the party’s shortcomings—the narrowness of its coalition, the cloistered cluelessness of its elites, its intramural disagreements about the future of the nation. After a season of Trump’s destruction, the party would lie in rubble.

On November 8, that prophecy was realized, true in every regard, except that it described the Democrats. On Inauguration Day, the party’s power ebbed to its lowest level since the 1920s.

If there’s any consolation to the realization of terrible fears, of worst-case scenarios springing to life, it’s that they are invigorating. Donald Trump’s presidency has rocked a long-complacent Democratic Party like nothing in recent history. Liberals, with their confidence that the trajectory of the country points in their direction, never had quite as much practice as conservatives in expressing their anger. That’s what makes the “Resistance”—the many marches, the seething hostility at town-hall meetings, the anti-Trump placards shouting at passersby from bungalow windows—a transformational break in the pattern.

Leaderless and loud, the Resistance has become the motive power of the Democratic Party. Presidential hopefuls already strive to anticipate its wishes. Elected officials have restructured their political calculus to avoid getting on its wrong side. The feistiness and agitation of the moment are propelling the party to a new place.

But where? The question unnerves Democrats, because the party has no scaffolding. All the dominant leaders of the last two generations—the Clintons, Barack Obama—have receded. Defeat discredited the party’s foundational strategy—or, at the very least, exposed it as a wishful description of a more distant future, rather than a clear plan for victory in the present. Resistance has given the Democrats the illusion of unity, but the reality is deeply conflicted. Two of the party’s largest concerns—race and class—reside in an increasing state of tension, a tension that will grow as the party turns toward the next presidential election.

To produce a governing majority, the party will need to survive an unsettling reckoning with itself. Donald Trump didn’t just prevail over the Democrats; he called into doubt their old truths.

A year before his wife lost, Bill Clinton had a premonition of how things could go very wrong. He revealed his foreboding—perhaps fittingly—at fund-raising events. He would hint at what he considered his wife’s glaring vulnerability: the roiling discontent of the white working class. The travails of the group—44 percent of eligible voters—preoccupied him. He could recite one grim statistic after another. Even at this early date in the campaign, he knew that their cultural alienation might place them beyond the reach of a Democrat. And while most pundits at that point still considered Trump the second coming of Herman Cain, a circus act rather than a serious candidate, Clinton feared Trump’s ability to channel white-working-class rage. “He’s a master brander and he[’s] sensing sort of the emotional landscape of people he’s selling to,” Clinton told donors gathered in Atlanta in October 2015.

Hillary Clinton always had trouble getting right with the zeitgeist, and her aides worried about that flaw. She began her first presidential bid as her party exploded in anger over the Iraq War, an adventure she had sanctified in the Senate. The specter of that vote and the campaign that followed, the fear that the political moment might again turn against her, continued to haunt her closest aides, especially Neera Tanden, the head of the Center for American Progress and one of her longest-standing advisers. Five months before the 2016 Iowa caucus, Tanden warned that Clinton would be punished for supporting banking deregulation—“the closest thing to an Iraq vote we have to face,” she wrote her fellow members of the campaign’s inner sanctum. Her analysis proved wrong in the particulars, but broadly captured a central tension of the campaign. Some in Clinton’s camp could clearly see that a large chunk of the country seethed against elites, yet the candidate could never quite understand the need to insulate herself from the ire, much less harness it.

At first, the challenge of Bernie Sanders looked like a gift. All of the Democrats with big benefactors and well-tended reputations sensed the futility of running against Clinton, because she had started with imposing poll numbers, a well-funded apparatus, and the goodwill of a party that felt her loyal service to Obama merited reward. That left her facing a cantankerous, aging democratic socialist with a small following. Even Sanders—a luftmensch who ran his operation with about the same attentiveness he brings to getting dressed—seemed to doubt the potential of his own candidacy. A year before the first primary, he told Elizabeth Warren that he would cease his campaign preparations if she wanted to run. “He would have given her a clear lane,” one former Sanders adviser told me. But Warren demurred. She had only recently arrived in the Senate, and it wasn’t hard to imagine a fusillade of Clinton-campaign attacks, an opposition-research file disgorged, leaving her too damaged for future fights.

Sanders, however, would prove a flummoxing rival. To win the Democratic presidential nomination, it helps to secure the African American vote. But another path to victory involves rallying white voters with a populist bent. This can create an uncomfortable dynamic in presidential primaries, where race vies with class to become the defining concern of the party. Politicians rarely vocalize the tension. But the socialism of Bernie Sanders—which hindered his efforts to explain the centrality of race to American life—made this split less subterranean than usual.

Of course, Hillary Clinton would have preferred to avoid an argument about the primacy of race versus class. But African American voters provided her the surest path to primary victory. They gravitated to her, in no small measure out of loyalty to Obama. Where Clinton posed as the president’s anointed successor, Sanders questioned Obama’s legacy and called for revolutionary change. He never dedicated himself to making meaningful inroads with African American or Latino voters, and so Clinton doubled down. After she lost New Hampshire in February, she began traveling with the grieving mothers of Trayvon Martin, Eric Garner, and other African American casualties of violence. Criminal-justice issues became an elevated feature of her standard pitch.

This was an inversion of the 2008 primary campaign. Desperately attempting to forestall Barack Obama by collecting wins in Appalachia, Clinton posed then as the tribune of “hardworking Americans, white Americans.” But her reinvention last year followed the party’s prevailing wisdom. The Democrats had slowly transformed themselves since the 1960s, when working-class voters of every ethnicity had been reliable constituents. As the party had shed white southerners, it had trodden less tentatively on issues of race. And the swell of immigration that had begun with the Johnson administration’s liberalization of quotas had finally yielded enough citizens to lay a foundation for a cosmopolitan party. That direction suited white urban professionals, who considered themselves tolerant members of a globalized world. Working-class whites hadn’t been lost completely, of course; they remained important to the party in places like the upper Midwest, and unions, however shrunken, continued to provide support. But it was the mélange of minorities, Millennials, and white professionals that provided the basis for the so-called Obama coalition. And if Clinton had carried over any lesson from the 2008 race, it was the necessity of mimicking Obama’s tactics and methods, even if she sometimes produced only ersatz copies of them.

Sanders hardly represented a mortal threat to her nomination, but his campaign did real damage to her chances in November. Alert to her flaws, he portrayed her as a greedy insider, tightly tethered to Goldman Sachs—an image that would reappear in the closing ads Trump ran against her. Clinton, meanwhile, could hardly take the African American vote for granted—a worrying number of black Millennials distrusted her, and some blamed her husband for ushering in the age of mass incarceration. She needed to prove the authenticity of her critique of that system, which meant she returned to that issue far more than any strategist focused on a general election would have deemed prudent. As one Clinton aide told Jonathan Allen and Amie Parnes, the authors of Shattered: Inside Hillary Clinton’s Doomed Campaign, “Our failure to reach out to white voters, like literally from the New Hampshire primary on, it never changed.”

By the spring of 2016, one top Clinton adviser explained to me, the campaign’s own polling showed that white voters without a college degree despised Clinton. The extent of their loathing was surprising—she polled far worse with them than Obama ever had, especially in states like Ohio and Iowa. Trump compounded her challenge. From the moment he announced his candidacy, he aimed his message at the white working class. He pursued that group with steadfastness. The threat that he might capture an unusually large chunk of it persuaded Clinton to pursue professionals with even greater intensity in an attempt to offset Trump’s potential gains.

With hindsight, it’s possible to see the risks of her strategy. Her campaign theorized that dentists, accountants, and middle managers needed to fully understand how Donald Trump surrounded himself with bigots and anti-Semites. “From the start,” she argued in a sharply worded speech in August, “Donald Trump has built his campaign on prejudice and paranoia.” Her campaign ads against Trump emphasized his misogyny. The attacks highlighted Trump’s greatest weakness, but also played to his greatest strength. Trump had spent the entirety of his campaign trying to foment a culture war, and Clinton zealously joined it. He talked endlessly about political correctness—trying to convince his voters that they weren’t just losing the debates over gay marriage or immigration, but that the elite wanted to banish them as bigots if they even dared to question the prevailing liberal view. Clinton boosted that cause when she told donors in September, “To just be grossly generalistic, you could put half of Trump’s supporters into what I call the ‘basket of deplorables.’&#8201;” It was meant to be a sotto voce comment, but that’s never how it works, as Mitt Romney could confirm.

Clinton apologized, but she didn’t have any credibility to fall back on. She never fully met her most important political challenge: the need to both celebrate multiculturalism and also cushion the backlash against the celebration. A look back on some of the campaign’s slogans—to be fair, she reportedly didn’t love any of them—captures her difficulties on this score. First there was “I’m With Her,” not exactly brimming with substance, aside from its plea for gender solidarity. Then she turned to “Breaking Down Barriers,” which also highlighted the historic nature of her candidacy, yet made no effort to appeal to either the self-interest or the patriotism of white men. Finally she settled on “Stronger Together,” which got closer to an appeal to all Americans. But it still read more like an indictment of Trump’s intolerance than a vision for the nation. All the while, as Clinton groped for a summation, Trump never veered from the words stitched onto his red hat.

What’s worse, in focusing so intently on Trump’s temperament, Clinton neglected to make a robust economic argument. Democratic presidential candidates have traditionally closed on a populist note, arguing that while Republicans are for the rich, Democrats fight for the working stiff. The pitch might sound hackneyed, but it has a solid record of bolstering support. Nonetheless, neither Clinton nor her campaign manager, Robby Mook, had any apparent interest in that appeal. They considered Trump’s disreputable character the issue that would carry the election. One Clinton adviser describes watching drafts of speeches begin with a strong populist message. But with each revision, as the drafts advanced to the highest reaches of the campaign, those lines would steadily weaken and then disappear. So instead of having to rebut the traditional Democratic attack, Donald Trump came to own it. He ran ads that portrayed Clinton as a puppet of Wall Street. Trump never missed an opportunity to ding “Crooked Hillary,” caricaturing her as a self-righteous elite who bent the rules for her own gain.

It didn’t need to be this way. While Clinton sought to copy Barack Obama, his example in fact suggested a more nuanced approach. Even though many on the left have come to consider him an avatar of the neoliberal establishment, Obama ran two of the most populist campaigns in recent American history. In 2008, he presented himself as a figure untainted by the prevailing political culture; he would arrive in Washington carried by a transformational gust, a prefiguring of Trump’s promise to “drain the swamp.” In 2012, his campaign mercilessly pummeled Mitt Romney as the coldhearted representative of plutocracy.

And where Clinton found herself bogged down in the quagmire of a culture war, Obama had stepped around such debates. Confident that his campaign would generate overwhelming African American turnout, he celebrated a vision of “one America” that seemed carefully designed to assuage racist anxieties that he would favor one group at another’s expense—and more generally to reassure whites, particularly those past middle age and with an acute sense of cultural and economic anomie, that America wasn’t kicking them to the side. (Indeed, his most effective ads against Romney sympathetically portrayed precisely those voters and blamed the Republican nominee for their suffering.) He spoke of his desire to broker a compromise on immigration—an issue he framed as a matter of good governance. His campaign explicitly targeted rural counties. Obama didn’t believe he could win them, and by and large he didn’t, but by redirecting populist anger and allaying cultural anxieties, he reduced his deficit among white noncollege voters to a tolerable margin. (When Bill Clinton asked his wife’s campaign to dispatch him to such small towns in 2016, campaign officials refused, because it would take him away from cities with larger vote hauls.) This tactic enabled Obama to win the upper Midwest so decisively that many analysts began to describe the region as part of a “blue wall.”

That blue wall, of course, turned out to be less sound than Democrats allowed themselves to understand. In an election so close, any number of explanations for defeat are plausible. Hillary Clinton didn’t battle just a demagogue, but also the adroit meddling of Vladimir Putin, the pious intervention of James Comey, and widespread misogyny. Still, the nagging question remains: If the Democrats couldn’t muster a coalition of the cosmopolitan to take out Donald Trump, can they ever count on that coalition? Clinton’s defeat reflects badly on her candidacy, but also exposes the limits of the Democratic Party, which has sustained failures at nearly every tier of government over the past eight years.

Demography’s long arc may yet favor the Democrats, but in the meantime the U.S. electoral system penalizes a party with support concentrated within and around metropolises. White voters without college educations remain a vast voting bloc—especially important to Democrats in Senate races and in contests to control state governments. As the Democrats seek to recover, they need a deeper understanding of the forces that have driven these voters beyond the party’s reach.

Over the decades, the Democratic Party’s quest to understand the white working class kept doubling back to the suburbs of Detroit, to a county called Macomb. For a time, Macomb was a cliché in political journalism, examined relentlessly as a symbol of the disaffected Reagan Democrats. But if the county was a trope, it became so thanks to the work of Stanley Greenberg.

After Ronald Reagan’s defeat of Walter Mondale in 1984, a drubbing for the ages, Democratic Party elders summoned Greenberg, a Yale political scientist turned freelance pollster. Once upon a time, Macomb was a testament to the force of the New Deal, a vision of middle-class life made possible by the fruits of American industry. The county rewarded Democrats for this prosperity in overwhelming numbers. John F. Kennedy carried it with 63 percent of the vote. But over the years, Macomb grew distant from the party, and then furious with it. The state’s party organization asked Greenberg to figure out the roots of voters’ estrangement.

Greenberg is diminutive and prone to mumbling. He wasn’t an obvious choice to send out to connect with factory workers. But in the small focus groups he convened in the backs of restaurants and in hotel conference rooms, his style yielded brutal candor.

Many political analysts who puzzled over Democratic losses described how the backlash against the civil-rights era had propelled white voters away from liberalism, but none gave racism quite the same centrality as Greenberg did. He found “a profound distaste for black Americans, a sentiment that pervaded almost everything” that Macomb residents thought about government and politics. Denizens of Macomb—the county was 97 percent white—did little to disguise their animosity. African Americans, they complained, had benefited at their expense. Their tax dollars were funding a welfare state that plowed money into black communities, while politicians showed no concern for their own plight. (That plight was real: The auto industry, which provided the undergirding for middle-class life in Michigan, had collapsed in the face of foreign competition.)

Greenberg’s study of Macomb became a canonical text for Democrats attempting to recover from a decade of pummeling. Bill Clinton hired him in 1992, and in his presidential campaign he spoke directly to the racial anxieties revealed in the focus groups. Clinton distanced himself from the welfare state, which he damned as bloated and inefficient. He promised to pour money into the middle class itself, through tax cuts and spending on education and health care. “Let’s forget about race and be one nation again,” he told an audience in Macomb. “I’ll help you build the middle class back.”

The strategy that Bill Clinton pursued worked, eroding the Republican advantage in the county. Then Barack Obama won Macomb in 2008, the first of his two victories there. Greenberg declared that Macomb had become “normal and uninteresting.” In a New York Times op-ed, he vowed to walk away from his great subject: “Good riddance, my Macomb barometer.”

That was a wishful farewell. Not only did Trump reclaim Macomb for the Republicans—trouncing Clinton by 12 percentage points there—but he turned the Democratic establishment back to Greenberg’s central question about working-class whites: Did racism put many of them beyond reach? When Greenberg traveled to Michigan in February, to conduct his first focus groups in Macomb in nearly a decade, he was genuinely unsure of what he might find. Trump’s naked appeals to racism were far more intense than anything he had ever witnessed. The scenes from Trump’s rallies created a plausible impression that the president had activated long-suppressed feelings of hatred. To probe their disaffection, Greenberg pulled together voters who, for the most part, had defected from Obama to Trump, who had gone from voting for the first African American president to siding with his racist successor. I joined him as an observer.

Greenberg doesn’t give his subjects a clear sense of why they have been gathered or what they have in common. When they figure out that they all belong to the same politically incorrect tribe, the shock of familiarity and solidarity, like a shot of whiskey, frees the conversation of inhibition, especially since many feel the stigma of supporting Trump.

Over the years, Greenberg had heard the worst from Macomb. Back in the ’80s, he knew precisely the buzzwords that could ignite a torrent of racism. The mere mention of Detroit would send people into paroxysms of rage. Decades later, Detroit didn’t provoke any extreme expressions of animus, only comments marveling that the city finally picked up the garbage and cleaned the streets of snow. When the moderator mentioned Flint, the largely African American city whose drinking water had been steeped in lead, the focus groups professed sympathy for the community. The lack of angry responses seemed to shock Greenberg. “There’s so much less about race,” he leaned over to tell me.

Prejudice, however, remained very real. The old complaints about African Americans had affixed themselves to immigrants. Dearborn, which has a thriving Muslim immigrant community, is a short drive away. Just as Macomb’s whites had once accused African Americans of prospering at their expense, members of Greenberg’s focus groups spoke openly about being displaced by immigrants. “We need to take care of home first,” one participant said, as if the immigrant neighbors weren’t also living at home. When asked to explain their greatest hopes for Trump, many cited his promise to build a border wall.

There was a strong element of self-loathing in the hostile view of immigrants. A 60-year-old woman described her work as a cashier at Kroger. What she hated, she said, was waiting on immigrants who didn’t bother to smile. “They act like they can’t do that, even.” Another woman described going to sign up for Medicaid: “I’m looking around at all these people that can’t even say hello to me in English.” Greenberg’s subjects had expected to occupy a higher rung in society. That they exist on par with newcomers to the country feels like a betrayal of what they thought to be the natural order.

It’s one thing to know that nativism exists; it’s another to hear it espoused so casually in the presence of strangers. Many of the voters Greenberg had gathered seemed beyond the grasp of any plausible Democratic appeal, their hatred of immigrants racialized, paranoid, and unshakable. But not everyone harbored those convictions. To test their view of multiculturalism, Greenberg played a Coca-Cola ad that had aired a few weeks earlier, during the Super Bowl. The ad, a rendition of “America the Beautiful” sung in a babel of languages, represented the corporate bet on the Obama coalition. Plenty of people objected to it. “I just don’t know why they can’t all sing it in English, since it’s America,” one woman blurted out. But the ad also seemed to have performed its intended trick, spurring a patriotic appreciation for the ethnic patchwork of the country. The anger directed at the ad was counteracted by defenses of it. “That’s the way America should be,” one man explained. “Multicultural’s a good thing—it really is.”

The focus groups were designed to probe for weakness in Trumpism, to test lines of attack that might neutralize his appeal. Once Greenberg has earned a room’s trust, he introduces new ideas to it. His moderator asked the subjects whether it worried them that Trump had stocked his administration with Wall Street chieftains. That piece of news, it seemed, hadn’t traveled widely in Macomb, and it consistently rattled the groups. “It’s going to be a lot of the same old garbage,” one man groused. Concerns about Trump’s temperament did nothing to dislodge the participants’ support—the connection these voters felt with Trump was personal and deep—but the fact that he might align with traditional Republicans annoyed them to no end. (The groups reacted angrily when shown photos of Paul Ryan and Mitch McConnell. People described them as “shifty” and “for the upper class.”) What many Macomb voters value about Trump is that he represents an unaligned force in American politics. That’s the very quality that in earlier election cycles led them to Obama.

The spectacle of Democratic elites flagellating themselves for their growing distance from these voters has the whiff of the comic—the office-tower anthropologists seeking to understand Appalachia from their Kindles. But there’s another way of putting the problem. If the stagnation of the middle class and the self-reinforcing advantages of the rich are among the largest issues of our time, the Democrats have done a bad job of attuning themselves to them. The party that has prided itself on representing regular people has struggled to make a dent in the problem—and at times has given the impression of indifference to it. A healthy republic can’t afford for a seething populace to fall deeper into its hostilities. A healthy party, arguably, ought never to write off a whole category of voters. Greenberg’s focus groups begin to hint at a way that Democrats can stay true to their principles and still reverse some of their losses with the white working class—but will their leaders pursue that path?

It’s hard to forecast a front-runner for the 2020 presidential nomination so many years in advance. Anita Dunn, the communications czar in the early days of the Obama White House, told me in March that a group of party insiders had recently met socially and compiled a list of potential contenders, both those actively exploring a run and those who were likely mulling the idea. It had 28 plausible names on it—and that didn’t include oddballs with a delusional sense of their own potential. Donald Trump profited from such a densely populated Republican field in 2016, which raises the possibility of an outsider similarly prevailing in a many-sided melee among Democrats.

The current politics of the Democratic Party make it less likely than usual that the nominee will be a centrist in the traditional mold. During the Democrats’ long losing streaks in the late 20th century, the party ritualistically engaged in postmortems that propelled it toward the center. That was the natural cycle of politics: Getting repeatedly clubbed by conservatives suggested trekking in a more conservative direction. But as a candidate, Trump placed little priority on traditional conservative positions, and often flouted them. His victory suggests a very different set of lessons, lessons in tune with the mood of the Democratic Party’s base.

Since 2008, energies have been building on the left—fueled by growing inequality, mass incarceration, and the inevitable frustration with a party that held the White House for eight years but couldn’t deliver everything activists wanted. Occupy Wall Street and Black Lives Matter arose. A self-proclaimed democratic socialist captured 43 percent of the primary vote. Then Trump was elected, an event that was received by the party as a catastrophe and that has extended the activist spirit to a far broader audience.

Anger and activism are an opportunity for Democrats to grow their nucleus of supporters motivated to vote in midterm elections. The main question is whether those energies will be channeled in a way that reinforces the long-building demographic divide in American politics or in a way that—at least to some extent—blurs it. Or to put it another way: whether the Democrats accept the continued outflow of the white working class into the arms of the GOP as a fait accompli, or whether they try to stanch it.

There are in fact two different lefts in bloom today, with differing understandings of American politics. One strain practices what its detractors call identity politics—it exists to combat the bias and discrimination that it believes is built into the system. What it seeks isn’t just the protection of minorities’ and women’s rights, but the validation of minorities and women in the eyes of the national culture, which it believes has marginalized them.

The cultural left was on the rise for much of the Obama era (and arguably, with the notable exception of Bill Clinton’s presidency, for much longer). It squares, for the most part, with the worldview of socially liberal whites, and is given wind by the idea that demography is destiny. It has a theory of the electorate that suits its interests: It wants the party to focus its attentions on Texas and Arizona—states that have growing percentages of Latinos and large pockets of suburban professionals. (These states are also said to represent an opportunity because the party has failed to maximize nonwhite turnout there.) It celebrates the openness and interdependence embodied in both globalization and multiculturalism.

While this cultural left has sprung into vogue, the economic left has also been reenergized. It has finally recovered from a long abeyance, a wilderness period brought on by the decay of organized labor and the libertarian turn of the post–Cold War years. As the financial crash of 2008 worked its way through the Democratic Party’s intellectual system, the economic left migrated from the fringe protests of Occupy Wall Street to just outside the mainstream. While the cultural left champions a coalition of the ascendant, the economic left imagines a coalition of the despondent. It seeks to roll back the dominance of finance, to bust monopolies, to curb the predations of the market. It wants to ply back the white working-class voters—clustered in the upper Midwest—whom Greenberg deemed persuadable.

Neither strain of activism has much disagreement with the broad goals of the other. On paper, they can peaceably coexist within the same platform. But political parties can have only one main theory of the electorate at any given time—and the prevailing theory tends to prioritize one ideology. The Republican Party’s pursuit of the South shaped its view of race; the Democratic Party’s wooing of professionals led it to embrace globalization.

The tensions between the cultural left and the economic left were evident in the last Democratic primary, and they have persisted. In a November talk after the election, Bernie Sanders railed against identity politics with an abandon that would have been foolish on the campaign trail. “It is not good enough for somebody to say, ‘I’m a woman, vote for me,’&#8201;” he complained. In a way, this squabbling is a prelude to the next presidential primary, a contest that will be packed with candidates, each attempting to show him- or herself as the truest champion of minorities or women or the working and middle classes. Seeking victory, candidates will accuse their competitors of not authentically believing in the cause they themselves elevate most highly.

In march, i visited Senator Cory Booker of New Jersey, one of the many denizens of Capitol Hill widely thought to be considering a presidential run in 2020. When I stopped by his office, late in the evening, he was sporting an Apple Watch and preparing to speak at the SXSW tech conference in Austin, Texas. The semiotics of Cory Booker are highly intentional. He is the embodiment of the Obama coalition—his moderate economic views comfort professionals while his pursuit of racial justice pleases the cultural left. On the wall of his office hangs a map of Newark’s Central Ward, a high-mileage conversation piece that allows him to note that he still lives in the same poor, mostly black neighborhood where he launched his career: “I go back and live in the community with median income for individuals of $14,000 a year.” At the same time, he has defended Wall Street and Big Pharma—positions that endear him to elites.

Just before making my way to Booker, I had met with Bernie Sanders. Interviewing Sanders requires some fortification—and my exchange ended when he peremptorily dismissed me from his office for asking a question about his political relationship with Elizabeth Warren. (Sanders had expected Warren to endorse him in the 2016 primary, and her failure to do so sent him into a funk.) I recounted the episode to Booker, along with Sanders’s thoughts about the future of the Democratic Party, which were characteristically splenetic: “Whatever the Democratic Party has been doing for the last several decades has been a dismal failure,” he had grumbled. But Booker waved this argument away. “I’ve heard the dire assessments before,” he told me.


Cory Booker is the embodiment of the Obama coalition today. His moderate economic views comfort elites. (Benjamin Lowy / Getty)
Booker said that he has no interest in high-minded discussions about the future of the party and pointed to the map on the wall. “I want my voters to know that I am authentically fighting for them.” He wanted me to know that his political program consisted of an unbending commitment to his community—and that he had little patience with attempts to change the party’s image in order to appease critics of the cultural left. “I don’t see any evidence of a problem with so-called identity politics,” he told me. The term itself bothered him, he said: Too many people were throwing it around without bothering to define what they meant by it.

The underlying moral logic of Booker’s case is unassailable. Identity politics might make for a fair description of the environment on some college campuses. But the issues that Booker described as his driving passion—the depredations of private prisons, hefty sentences for nonviolent drug offenders—are hardly akin to protesting that a cafeteria’s attempt at bánh mì is cultural appropriation. Recent (and compelling) scholarship blames liberals for their complicity in the scourge of mass incarceration, what Booker calls the “new Jim Crow,” a term he borrows from the title of Michelle Alexander’s 2010 book. This critique of the party, which lands on Bill Clinton and the tough-on-crime era over which he presided, is harsh and fair. Over the past few years, Clinton himself has conceded the excesses of his administration’s agenda. Hillary Clinton was pushed to apologize for a speech she gave in 1996 fomenting fear of “superpredators.” And in fact, her campaign went further than Barack Obama’s had in blaming structural racism and implicit bias for the struggles of many African Americans.

This belated recognition makes the present moment fraught. After years of neglect, African Americans have finally received a spoonful of the attention that should go to the party’s most loyal voting bloc. The prospect of the party’s attention turning back to the same white working class that rejects multicultural America will not be met eagerly by many on the left—particularly given the shadow cast by the politics and policies of Bill Clinton’s presidency.

As Booker pressed his case, it was not hard to imagine the campaign he might run. Racial and criminal-justice issues would provide him a platform, and his point of differentiation would be his willingness to trumpet it to the whitest audiences—the starkest evidence of the authenticity he claims. He joked about being asked to stump for senators in red states (“Are you bringing me out because of the large black vote?”). More earnestly, he said that the skin color of his audience wouldn’t cause him to make any adjustment: “The message to Montana voters is going to be no different” from that in Newark or elsewhere. Reduced to its essence, his strategy would seem a straight continuation of Hillary Clinton’s.

Booker’s opposite number, in some ways, is Elizabeth Warren, the great hope of the populist left. Before there was a resistance to Trump, Warren had prefigured its combative style. In moments designed to spread virally across Facebook, she would ask sharp, angry questions of bankers and regulators. (“Did you have your eyes stitched closed?” she said last year to a former Federal Reserve official who was testifying that nothing in the data had suggested a mortgage meltdown in the run-up to the 2008 crash.) Her latest book is called This Fight Is Our Fight. The book before that: A Fighting Chance.

I first spoke with Warren just after she lucked into another such viral moment. The night before, Mitch McConnell had stopped her from speaking out against Jeff Sessions’s nomination for attorney general. In words destined for college-feminist T-shirts, he accused Warren of transgressing a rule intended to preserve the Senate’s bonhomie: “She was warned. She was given an explanation. Nevertheless, she persisted.” As I walked with Warren across the Capitol, she seemed almost punch-drunk after a night of fawning press coverage and little sleep. She stepped with the bounce of a lottery winner. A few weeks earlier, she had found herself reamed by anti-Trump forces for voting in committee to confirm Ben Carson to the Cabinet, a vote that was unexpectedly condemned as a concession to tyranny. McConnell had restored her bona fides.


Elizabeth Warren has outlined a new kind of liberal populism, focused on the ways the economic system is rigged in favor of the rich and powerful. (Alex Wong / Getty)
Warren’s social-media moments create the impression that she is radical. But in fact, she didn’t spend her youth protesting, and she never joined a movement. Voter-registration records from the early ’90s list her as a Republican. “I sound like I come from the left” to people on the left, she told me. “I don’t sound that way to a lot of folks on the right, or a lot of people who are just fundamentally apolitical.”

Nor is Warren’s driving obsession wealth redistribution. That’s important politically, because many Americans simply don’t begrudge wealth, and “inequality” as a clarion call hasn’t stuck. (Indeed, Democrats have begun to shift away from inequality as a label for what ails America’s economy and culture. Some fear that white voters who are predisposed to racial resentments hear the word as code for a desire to transfer wealth from whites to blacks.)

Rather, Warren is most focused on the concept of fairness. A course she taught early in her career as a law professor, on contracts, got her thinking about the subject. (Fairness, after all, is a contract’s fundamental purpose.) A raw, moralistic conception of fairness—that people shouldn’t get screwed—would become the basis for her crusading. Although she shares Bernie Sanders’s contempt for Wall Street, she doesn’t share his democratic socialism. “I love markets—I believe in markets!” she told me. What drives her to rage is when bankers conspire with government regulators to subvert markets and rig the game. Over the years, she has claimed that it was a romantic view of capitalism that drew her to the Republican Party—and then the party’s infidelity to market principles drove her from it.

Trump managed to exploit populist anger in part because he could go places ideologically that no Democrat would ever travel. As a matter of politics and policy, Democrats will never be the party of economic nationalism. Its voters are, on balance, more globalist than the Republican base. They tend to live in places that have prospered from trade and technology. They typically support immigration. But Warren has begun to outline the possibilities of a new center-left populism—one that gets beyond wealth redistribution alone.

At the core of Warren’s populism is a phobia of concentrated economic power, an anger over how big banks and big businesses exploit Washington to further their own interests at the expense of ordinary people. This fear of gigantism is a storied American tradition, descended from Thomas Jefferson, even if it hasn’t recently gotten much airtime within the Democratic Party. It justifies itself in the language of individualism—rights, liberty, freedom—not communal obligation.

There’s a growing consensus among center-left economists that the dominance of entire industries by a few enormous companies is one of the defining economic problems of the era. The issue has gravitated toward the mainstream of Democratic Party thinking partly due to the work of Barack Obama’s in-house economist, Jason Furman, a protégé of former Treasury Secretary Larry Summers. Furman revolted against the behavior of business leaders who came to call at the White House. Many of them didn’t seem especially committed to capitalism. With their privileged access, they groveled for favors that would further their dominance. “They were like the Chinese,” he told me recently. “They craved certainty. They wanted everything planned.”

Everyone can plainly see the lack of competition in many sectors—the way that there are five big banks, four big airlines, one dominant social-media company, one maker of EpiPens. What’s more, a small set of institutional investors—BlackRock, Fidelity, Vanguard—holds stock in a vast percentage of public companies, so even sectors that look somewhat competitive are less so than they appear. CVS and Walgreens, for instance, have a strikingly similar set of major shareholders. The same is true for Apple and Microsoft.

Furman argues that such business concentration is a leading cause of inequality and wage stagnation. Warren has come to believe in this same idea. As a senator, she can see how the ills of finance—the industry’s concentration, its abuse of political power—have been replicated across the American economy. Last June in Washington, she gave an important speech, naming a long new list of enemies—oligopolistic companies like Comcast and Google and Walmart, which she blamed for sapping the life from the American economy. “When Big Business can shut out competition, entrepreneurs and small businesses are denied their shot at building something new and exciting.” In making a Jeffersonian argument, she has begun to deploy Jeffersonian rhetorical trappings. “As a people, we understood that concentrated power anywhere was a threat to liberty everywhere,” she argued. “Competition in America is essential to liberty in America.”

Warren has not committed to running for president, either publicly or, according to close associates of hers, privately. But if she does run, she will likely seek to channel working-class anger toward behemoth firms, their executives, and the government officials who coddle them. It’s not a terribly complicated case to build, since the headlines are so packed with the rent-seeking exploits of those firms: the continued predations of banks on their own customers; airline overbooking; life-saving allergy injections that cost hundreds of dollars; cable companies exacting ever-higher fees; the exposure of low-level workers to such erratic hours that it becomes impossible to establish a daily routine; a broad indifference to consumers.

The approach exudes a Trumplike hostility to Washington elites, but not necessarily to government. And nearly the entire Democratic agenda can be justified through its prism: Obamacare preserves freedom and loosens corporations’ grip on their employees, by allowing workers to switch jobs without fear of losing health insurance. Criminal-justice reform is an effort to secure liberty and equality from an abusive apparatus of the state.

A turn toward populism will never be enough to win back a state like West Virginia, which is now deep-red. And there are legitimate questions about whether a strident former Harvard professor, no matter her Oklahoma roots, can effectively purvey that message to a sufficiently broad audience. But Warren’s brand of populism could help cool white-working-class hostility toward the Democrats and persuade the likes of Greenberg’s focus-group members to switch allegiance again. Empathy with economic disappointment, and even anger over the status quo, might reduce the sense that Democrats are perpetrators of the status quo. And liberal populism would take the party beyond ineffectual arguments about Trump’s temperament. A populist critique of Trump would point to his fraudulence as an enemy of the system, a fraudulence that perfectly illustrates everything wrong with plutocracy.

Whether or not Warren runs for president, evidence for the resurgence of liberal populism can now be seen in numerous parts of the Democratic establishment—not least in the barometrically sensitive form of Chuck Schumer, whose new job as the Senate’s minority leader demands that he understand and distill the mood of his caucus. This March, I met him in his ornate lair just off the floor of the Senate. When I entered his office, Schumer was compressed into the corner of an antique sofa, his tie loosened and his feet resting on a coffee table.

The populists have never considered Schumer one of their own. But as he riffed about the trajectory of the party, he mouthed their talking points. Insufficient fidelity to populist ideas, he argued, had cost Democrats the election: “We didn’t have a strong, bold—populist, if you will—economic message.” He blasted financial elites, monopolies, and Chinese mercantilism. These weren’t stray observations. He has included Warren and Sanders on his Senate leadership team, and traveled with Sanders to rally support for Obamacare in Macomb County.

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The party’s movement toward populism, ironically, could also be seen well before Election Day—in the guts of the Clinton campaign. Clinton leaned heavily on Elizabeth Warren’s allies to craft her regulatory apparatus. Heather Boushey, who led economic-policy planning for Clinton’s transition team, told me, “This was teed up to be the most progressive administration in recent American history.” There’s a certain tragedy to that description. Clinton had developed what was in many ways a populist agenda, but she apparently could never get past her own self-consciousness about Wall Street speeches and fund-raising in the Hamptons to make these issues her own.

To win again, the Democrats don’t need to adopt an alien agenda or back away from policies aimed at racial justice. But their leaders would be well advised to change their rhetorical priorities and more directly address the country’s bastions of gloom. The party has been crushed—not just in the recent presidential election, but in countless down-ballot elections—by its failure to develop a message that can resonate with people beyond the core members of the Obama coalition, and by its unwillingness to blare its hostility to crony capitalism. Polling by the group Priorities USA Action shows that a stunning percentage of the voters who switched their allegiance from Obama to Trump believe that Democratic economic policies favor the rich—42 percent, nearly twice the number who consider that to be true of Trump’s agenda.

The makings of a Democratic majority are real. Demographic advantages will continue to accrue to the left. The party needs only to add to its coalition on the margins and in the right patches on the map. Doing that does not require the abandonment of any moral principles; persuasion is a different category of political activity from pandering. (On page 60 in this issue, Peter Beinart describes how Democrats might alter their language and policies regarding immigration to broaden appeal without sacrificing their principles.) A decent liberalism, not to mention a savvy party, shouldn’t struggle to accord dignity and respect to citizens, even if it believes some of them hold abhorrent views.

Victories in the culture wars of the past decade seemed to come so easily to liberals that they created a measure of complacency, as if those wars had been won with little cost. In actuality, the losers seethed. If the Democrats intend to win elections in 2018, 2020, and beyond, they require a hardheaded realism about the country that they have recently lacked—about the perils of income stagnation, the difficulties of moving the country to a multicultural future, the prevalence of unreason and ire. For a Democratic majority to ultimately emerge, the party needs to come to terms with the fact that it hasn’t yet arrived.

https://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2017/07/whats-wrong-with-the-democrats/528696/

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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:10 AM
Author: shotgun schadenfreude

https://www.cnet.com/news/mozilla-offering-2m-to-anyone-who-can-decentralize-the-web/

Mozilla and the National Science Foundation want a new internet. And it should be free and accessible for everybody.

They'll pay $2 million for it.

On Wednesday, the two organizations issued a call to action for "big ideas that decentralize the web" as part of the "Wireless Innovation for a Networked Society" challenges. The challenges include getting the internet to communities off the grid, with proposals like a backpack with a computer and Wi-Fi router inside.

The internet was born decentralized, actually, and it remains a family of networks, with traffic distributed over many routes. That Netflix film you're streaming gets broken into lots of little packets that are reassembled on your end for a (generally) smooth viewing.

But still, the web reaches only so far in some places, or not at all to others. And there are pinch points -- individual companies that route such a heavy flow of traffic that a single incident can mean a widespread outage.

Solving the access problem may seem like a fantasy. It's even a major plot in the latest season of HBO's comedy "Silicon Valley." Richard Hendricks, the stumbling genius founder of Pied Piper on the show, played by Thomas Middleditch, proposes using every phone on the planet to create a new internet.


About 34 million people in the US don't have access to the internet, and even that pales in comparison to the digital divide in the rest of the world. Globally, 4.4 billion people don't have internet access -- more than half of the world's population.

Infrastructure is the largest obstacle, and that's provoked some crazy-seeming projects. Just ask Facebook and Google about their plans for, respectively, a giant Wi-Fi drone and internet-beaming balloons.

Mozilla hopes its new push will lead to a more accessible internet for everyone.



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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:09 AM
Author: ....,..,..,,,....,,....,,,...

(guy who swam in a pool of his own pee for several months)

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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:08 AM
Author: Mance Rayder(/s/ Mance Rayder)


You were right:

http://media.tmz.com/2016/11/09/1108-hillary-clinton-supporters-upset-getty-1b-2.jpg

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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:08 AM
Author: Wilbur Mercer, permanently embarrassed millionaire(Wilbur Mercer)


Yes lol

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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:08 AM
Author: ,,,.,.,,....,,,.,.,.,.,,...,,,,

I was a toddler...

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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:08 AM
Author: Mance Rayder(/s/ Mance Rayder)


That's for damn sure.

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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:08 AM
Author: shotgun schadenfreude

im not sure he grasps that bitcoin is basically digital gold. there will be a point where bitcoin cant be mined. will there be a point where checks cant be printed?

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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:07 AM
Author: ,,,.,.,,....,,,.,.,.,.,,...,,,,



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Author: Slime theory



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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:07 AM
Author: .,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,,.,,.,,.

It was a bit nonresponsive but just indulge my curiosity

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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:06 AM
Author: ,,,.,.,,....,,,.,.,.,.,,...,,,,

I'm a kissless virgin, an incel and a NEET, but yes.

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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:06 AM
Author: shotgun schadenfreude



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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:06 AM
Author: LTDanCaffey

Nonresponsive, incoherent, MAF. Pumos gonna pumo.

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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:04 AM
Author: Duxyay!

yea but i had just jerked off 15minutes before. tried to fuck her a couple weeks later and she turned me down

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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:04 AM
Author: .,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,,.,,.,,.

How many veterans cheer America's enemies the way you do?

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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:04 AM
Author: ....,..,..,,,....,,....,,,...

Pilot urges prayers as 'technical issue' forces turnaround
http://www.cnn.com/2017/06/25/asia/air-asia-flight-turns-back-technical-issue/index.html

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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:04 AM
Author: old John L.

Yeah. Tbf, most were very ugly

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Author: girthy screed



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Author: lsd(C++)




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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:03 AM
Author: .,.,...,..,.,..:,,:,...,:::,...,:,.,.:..:.,:,::,.

lol at the wishful thinking ITT. Dick size matters, and women prefer large ones. Get over it.

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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:03 AM
Author: .,.,.,...,.,,...,.,.,,,.,...,.,.,..,.,.

I'm sure, but that doesn't explain a systematically weak party that loses to candidates like Gianforte.

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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:02 AM
Author: Johannes Brahms

Yeah, he's only made billions of dollars calling great investments over the course of many decades.

Far better to trust """""''"''""".

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Author: girthy screed



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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:02 AM
Author: shotgun schadenfreude



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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:01 AM
Author: ;;;..;....;......,,,

Ms. Farley is a litigation associate at Cahill Gordon & Reindel in New York.

The bride’s father retired as a managing director in public finance from Wells Fargo Securities in New York.

Mr. Imamura is a litigation associate at Debevoise & Plimpton in New York

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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:01 AM
Author: I strongly feel this is an insult to life itself



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Author: shotgun schadenfreude



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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:01 AM
Author: girthy screed

:(

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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:01 AM
Author: girthy screed

op here, this was uncalled for bro

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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:00 AM
Author: \"\'\"

https://uber.totals.io/




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Date: June 25th, 2017 11:00 AM
Author: .,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,,.,,.,,.



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Date: June 25th, 2017 10:59 AM
Author: 90155

So Senator just said in morning shows. Medicaid now covers ppl w no depends who are able bodied who make less than 138% of poverty level.

Medicaid is supposed to cover those fuckers?!?!

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Date: June 25th, 2017 10:59 AM
Author: Mance Rayder(/s/ Mance Rayder)


Announces his position has "further evolved" in light of recent intelligence reports.

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Date: June 25th, 2017 10:59 AM
Author: Daniel Day-Lewis (retired)

What a shit awful photo and lmao that it has a photo credit too. Anthony Vazquez Photography smh.

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Date: June 25th, 2017 10:58 AM
Author: htt

it's actually a 180 life experience. they never expect this

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Author: girthy screed



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Date: June 25th, 2017 10:58 AM
Author: I strongly feel this is an insult to life itself

Number 6 is pretty retarded. Otherwise, the analysis isn't terrible.

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Date: June 25th, 2017 10:58 AM
Author: JFC



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Date: June 25th, 2017 10:57 AM
Author: JFC

JFC - FUCK shrew gf

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Date: June 25th, 2017 10:57 AM
Author: .,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,,.,,.,,.

If so, should he pay more per appearance than the $400k these grifters usually charged when they were in a position to be bribed?

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Author: How to derive an aut from an ism



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Author: Subtle Hipster Troll(Inactive Poaster)




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Date: June 25th, 2017 10:57 AM
Author: James Joyce Jr.

Her farts smell like rotting vegetables boiled in sour milk.

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Date: June 25th, 2017 10:56 AM
Author: Mance Rayder(/s/ Mance Rayder)




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Author: girthy screed



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Author: Subtle Hipster Troll(Inactive Poaster)




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Date: June 25th, 2017 10:56 AM
Author: htt

sociology ones for sure!

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Author: fat(the artist formerly known as jcm)




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Date: June 25th, 2017 10:55 AM
Author: htt

and Jamaican and other Caribbean places

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Author: Subtle Hipster Troll(Inactive Poaster)




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Date: June 25th, 2017 10:55 AM
Author: htt

Norwood scale?

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Date: June 25th, 2017 10:54 AM
Author: Subtle Hipster Troll(Inactive Poaster)


how funny is it when guys are TINY?

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Date: June 25th, 2017 10:54 AM
Author: James Joyce Jr.



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Date: June 25th, 2017 10:54 AM
Author: what username(arhat)


https://www.nytimes.com/2017/06/25/fashion/weddings/kathleen-farley-david-imamura.html?rref=collection%2Fspotlightcollection%2Fwedding-announcements&action=click&contentCollection=weddings&region=stream&module=stream_unit&version=latest&contentPlacement=5&pgtype=collection

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Date: June 25th, 2017 10:54 AM
Author: don\'t run eichenwald-san tentacle-kun sees u(icu)


180180180180180180180180
congrats bro

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Date: June 25th, 2017 10:54 AM
Author: biglaw lives don\'t matter

Just ran back to my MacBook to post this

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Date: June 25th, 2017 10:54 AM
Author: .,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,,.,,.,,.

It's a single person who is anonymous because he or she is probably a Clinton lackey. D.C. is full of Clinton lackeys, they are parasites who have been here since I was in literal diapers.

Hillary didn't lose because of her strategy she lost because she is a fucking crook.

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Date: June 25th, 2017 10:53 AM
Author: Subtle Hipster Troll(Inactive Poaster)


oh you are bigger than 5 then. 5 is avg and will slip right into that little tp roll. you are probably 5.5 or bigger

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Date: June 25th, 2017 10:52 AM
Author: fat(the artist formerly known as jcm)


*rolls over, accidentally elbowing you in the face


*still asleep, mutters something about eating cake

*resumes snoring

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Date: June 25th, 2017 10:52 AM
Author: How to derive an aut from an ism

Your midichlorian count must be off the charts

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Date: June 25th, 2017 10:52 AM
Author: fat(the artist formerly known as jcm)


:)

WHEN ARE YO UGOING TO VISIT THAT CHICK

im 99% sure that thread was all BS now

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Date: June 25th, 2017 10:52 AM
Author: Chaim Thundercuck(All poasts are performance art )




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Date: June 25th, 2017 10:52 AM
Author: 90155

that sucks bro.

Self employed bros are what America used to value. Now they screw you. I simply do not believe that most poors needs the subsidies. Go get a fuckin job.

Since you are in California let me ask you. Are ppl. not worried about the states unfunded liabilities issue? U guys don't GAF about your grandkids?

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Date: June 25th, 2017 10:52 AM
Author: Chaim Thundercuck(All poasts are performance art )


Lol no. Couldn't even get the head in

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Date: June 25th, 2017 10:50 AM
Author: shotgun schadenfreude

???

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Date: June 25th, 2017 10:50 AM
Author: LTDanCaffey

Assange writes screeds like the average XO poaster. He would really like it here.

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Date: June 25th, 2017 10:50 AM
Author: .,.,.:.,,.:.,.,:,,:,.::,:.:,...:.,:,.,.:.,.,:.::,.

African sex tourism is real

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Date: June 25th, 2017 10:50 AM
Author: \'\"\'\'\'\'\"\"\"\'\'\'\'\'



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Date: June 25th, 2017 10:50 AM
Author: acr

Tyty

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Date: June 25th, 2017 10:50 AM
Author: James Joyce Jr.



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Date: June 25th, 2017 10:50 AM
Author: Subtle Hipster Troll(Inactive Poaster)


180

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Date: June 25th, 2017 10:50 AM
Author: acr

lol

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Date: June 25th, 2017 10:49 AM
Author: fat(the artist formerly known as jcm)




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Date: June 25th, 2017 10:49 AM
Author: biglaw lives don\'t matter

Did you fit in the toilet paper roll brother? That means you're TINY

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Date: June 25th, 2017 10:49 AM
Author: NOT mpa(uspo)


we're here for you friend

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Date: June 25th, 2017 10:49 AM
Author: \'\'\"\"\"\'\'\'\"\'\'\'



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Date: June 25th, 2017 10:49 AM
Author: <(*V*)>

Of course he's partially right, but I'm also not sure I trust WB to be able to fully grasp the potential value and utility of blockchain tech.

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Date: June 25th, 2017 10:48 AM
Author: acr



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Date: June 25th, 2017 10:48 AM
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Date: June 25th, 2017 10:48 AM
Author: Subtle Hipster Troll(Inactive Poaster)


this is rude, uncalled for, and just plain false

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Date: June 25th, 2017 10:48 AM
Author: James Joyce Jr.



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Date: June 25th, 2017 10:47 AM
Author: acr



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Date: June 25th, 2017 10:47 AM
Author: .,.,.,...,.,,...,.,.,,,.,...,.,.,..,.,.

SHE was HIS SOS, SHE implemented HIS agenda. SHE ran on a republican outreach strategy HE endorsed.

https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2016/jul/28/obama-republicans-speech-democratic-convention-patriotic

HE is just too embarrassed to admit that Romney was right and all of his former officials know it.

That's why people like Gianforte win elections.

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Date: June 25th, 2017 10:47 AM
Author: acr



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Date: June 25th, 2017 10:47 AM
Author: .,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,,.,,.,,.

No he is nothing like Jill Stein. He is literally on the FSB payroll.

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Date: June 25th, 2017 10:47 AM
Author: baby boomer espousing benefits of home ownership



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Date: June 25th, 2017 10:47 AM
Author: shotgun schadenfreude

lol jesus fucking christ sellcucks. you expect it to just go up 10% a day indefinitely? HODL and check back in 6 months

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Date: June 25th, 2017 10:46 AM
Author: Chaim Thundercuck(All poasts are performance art )


Thanks bro. Tbf I haven't measured the girth but estimated based on the toilet roll test. Could be 5.5. And I just resnapped this sloot and now she says I'm yuge ljl

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Date: June 25th, 2017 10:46 AM
Author: baby boomer espousing benefits of home ownership

yes, self employed. situation is fucked.

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Date: June 25th, 2017 10:46 AM
Author: shotgun schadenfreude

not selling anything

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Date: June 25th, 2017 10:46 AM
Author: fat(the artist formerly known as jcm)




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Date: June 25th, 2017 10:46 AM
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Date: June 25th, 2017 10:46 AM
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Date: June 25th, 2017 10:46 AM
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Date: June 25th, 2017 10:45 AM
Author: Subtle Hipster Troll(Inactive Poaster)


oh i c. seems like a penis would be more cute at 6x6 than 7x5 though

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Date: June 25th, 2017 10:45 AM
Author: Mance Rayder(/s/ Mance Rayder)


UPDATE (and post #350!):

All right bros, sorry to keep you all waiting. I wanted to see how things would play out over the past week. Here's what happened.

Since the last update, a few days later, she came over to my place again. She was finishing a happy hour in my neighborhood and came by for another drink, we watched tv and made out. She had a skirt on so I was going under to fool around with her, but she stopped me and said it wasn't a good time for that. But she said that by Friday she'd be all set. So instead she goes down my pants, unzips etc, and I get a "holy shit" response out of her and then she gives me a bj. And it was awesome -- enthusiastic and sensitive all at once. We cuddled on the couch for a while after that. I asked her to stay over but she said no. She said she wanted to have a big night out that coming Friday, so we thought about what to do and where we could go for a drink/dinner and not bump into anyone from our firm. Then of course it dawned on me:

http://www.trbimg.com/img-57dfe594/turbine/ct-trump-hotel-washington-dc-20160919

She was ALL ABOUT IT, said she'd wanted to visit since she'd arrived in town, but didn't really have any friends who would be interested, and if anything they'd judge her even for suggesting it. And my firm has some Republicans but not that many, and it's not close to the Trump Hotel so there wasn't much chance of a post-work crew being there; overall the chances of bumping into someone I worked with were virtually nil. So we book BLT Prime for a kinda late dinner -- only late reservations were available.

I get to the hotel for a pre dinner drink at the opulent bar in the main lobby, which is really stunning:

https://www.trumphotels.com/uploads/11213/0/grand.lobby.jpg

She arrives a few minutes later, wearing a black cocktail dress, which I joked made her look like she was going to a sorority formal. Still, she looked as hot as I've seen her. We settle in and she cozies up next to me. The drinks were comically expensive -- I think I paid like $25 for a manhattan using a bourbon the bartender recommended. She gets a variant of a negroni. We head to dinner and are seated by the rail where you have a view of the rest of the lobby. She lets me order a bottle of wine, we both get steaks medium rare and some sides.

We're holding hands across the table after dinner. We start talking about what's going to happen at the end of summer. I could tell she's bummed about leaving and going back to school since we have something going on. But she has a few weeks before she needs to be back, and is trying to decide what to do. So of course this leads to a discussion of making plans to travel together. I haven't taken a big vacation this year so I think I can pull it off.

She then asks how I feel about neither of us dating anyone else through the rest of the summer. My response was that I didn't want to start officially dating her while she's still an SA, was worried about the gossip mill, and we'd already not really been compliant with the rules. She said that she was worried about that too, so much so that she told the couple close friends of hers that things had broken off between us. We settle on (a) not dating anyone else, (b) not calling it a relationship, and (c) telling the other if either of us meet someone else and want to break it off before anything happens with that other girl/guy.

At this point we're both on like cloud nine, the night had been really special. I ask where we should go next. She said that she wanted to have that discussion about being quasi-"exclusive" for a reason. We're admiring the view of the hotel. I mention that the rooms are supposed to be incredibly nice too. Our minds go to the same place. We close the check, she goes to the bar for another drink, and I go to the front desk. They said that they were sold out but got a recent cancellation, so I could have the room for the night. I get a key, find her at the bar, grab a drink for myself, and we go upstairs to the room.

Now, I'm not going to get into any details of the rest of the night. But we didn't fall asleep until about 5 am. We sleep until about 10:30. We take a cab back to my place and I make some scrambled eggs. We then hang out through most of the rest of the afternoon. She didn't have a change of clothes, just the cocktail dress, so we couldn't really go out. We talk about what comes next. She says she thinks she's falling for me more than anyone else she's fallen for. She finally has to head back home. Her roommates were both gone for the weekend for weddings, so she wasn't worried about her having to explain her whereabouts. On Sunday morning we do brunch at her place. Since then things have been pretty great. I was understandably a bit nervous about whether she'd start feeling weird about things with work, but we avoid each other completely. She kinda sees that aspect of things as part of the fun.

As I said earlier ITT, if things progress to dating-dating at the end of the summer, I think I'm going to retire from poasting. Unclear whether that would mean "retired" i.e. poasting less, or retired-retired. She's really changing my perspective on life.

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Date: June 25th, 2017 10:45 AM
Author: \"\"\'\'\'\"\'\"\'

No one believes you live in mfh prole

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Date: June 25th, 2017 10:44 AM
Author: biglaw lives don\'t matter

That's what makes it cute

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Date: June 25th, 2017 10:44 AM
Author: \'\'\"\"\"\'\'\'\"\'\'\'



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Date: June 25th, 2017 10:44 AM
Author: 90155

I take it you don't get insurance through work?

My buddy is self employed pwned too. Got some kind of deal through a kind off health insurance cooperative or something.

He was happy w his pre Obama catastrophic plan w premiums really low. Now they've skyrocketed like you say. Basically in America we reward laziness through subsidies. Unfair.

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Date: June 25th, 2017 10:44 AM
Author: \'\"\'\'\'\'\"\"\"\'\'\'\'\'

Wait are you really poz? Jfc

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Date: June 25th, 2017 10:44 AM
Author: \'\'\"\"\"\'\'\'\"\'\'\'



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Date: June 25th, 2017 10:44 AM
Author: baby boomer espousing benefits of home ownership

kind of mad at myself for buying at $376

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Date: June 25th, 2017 10:44 AM
Author: Subtle Hipster Troll(Inactive Poaster)


I love you more than anything brother, but 5 inch girth is ttt

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Date: June 25th, 2017 10:43 AM
Author: LTDanCaffey



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Date: June 25th, 2017 10:43 AM
Author: baby boomer espousing benefits of home ownership

you mean like ipads for the kids?

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Date: June 25th, 2017 10:43 AM
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Date: June 25th, 2017 10:43 AM
Author: JFC



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Date: June 25th, 2017 10:43 AM
Author: .,.,.:.,,.:.,.,:,,:,.::,:.:,...:.,:,.,.:.,.,:.::,.

"funny conservaheroes"



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Date: June 25th, 2017 10:43 AM
Author: Subtle Hipster Troll(Inactive Poaster)


did you take a huge diseased cock up your loose pussy?

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Date: June 25th, 2017 10:42 AM
Author: biglaw lives don\'t matter



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Date: June 25th, 2017 10:42 AM
Author: baby boomer espousing benefits of home ownership

yeah next time my kid gets an ear infection or needs stitches we'll just hop on a plane to Costa Rica

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Date: June 25th, 2017 10:41 AM
Author: girthy screed



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Date: June 25th, 2017 10:41 AM
Author: Chaim Thundercuck(All poasts are performance art )


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Date: June 25th, 2017 10:41 AM
Author: .,.,.:.,,.:.,.,:,,:,.::,:.:,...:.,:,.,.:.,.,:.::,.

fuck

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Date: June 25th, 2017 10:41 AM
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Date: June 25th, 2017 10:40 AM
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Date: June 25th, 2017 10:40 AM
Author: \"\"\'\'\'\"\'\"\'

Yup those are what restrains your faggot ass from ever getting laid

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Date: June 25th, 2017 10:40 AM
Author: leolenin

See extremely little optimism

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Date: June 25th, 2017 10:40 AM
Author: baby boomer espousing benefits of home ownership

$90K in CA is just over the poverty threshold to receive any kind of subsidy.

this is for a catastrophic plan, too. there's still a $5600 deductible per person and $12,000 family deductible

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Date: June 25th, 2017 10:38 AM
Author: benzo xx

?

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Date: June 25th, 2017 10:38 AM
Author: James Joyce Jr.

Service partners at V50 plumbing firms sending out their "all hands on deck" emails as we speak.

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Date: June 25th, 2017 10:38 AM
Author: \'\'\"\'\"\'\"\"\'\"



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Date: June 25th, 2017 10:37 AM
Author: Chaim Thundercuck(All poasts are performance art )


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Date: June 25th, 2017 10:37 AM
Author: \"\"\'\'\'\"\'\"\'

Sure thing faggot

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Date: June 25th, 2017 10:37 AM
Author: 90155

I don't get how anyone thinks that Obama care is good for middle class.

Is a family of four making 90k in CA considered rich by Dems?

All these poors who whine about costs--can't they go get work at SBUX. And then have good health insurance?

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Date: June 25th, 2017 10:36 AM
Author: .,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,,.,,.,,.



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Date: June 25th, 2017 10:36 AM
Author: Chaim Thundercuck(All poasts are performance art )


(Maf about my cute 7x5 incher)

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Date: June 25th, 2017 10:36 AM
Author: johnny foosball



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Date: June 25th, 2017 10:36 AM
Author: .,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,,.,,.,,.

Most likely a former Clinton employee. HER can't do it herself. Every time HER goes out in public to shift blame for SHE's embarrassing loss HER gets shouted down and pilloried because HER is the most hated woman on earth after losing to Trump

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Date: June 25th, 2017 10:36 AM
Author: what username(arhat)


sorry about your tpd

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