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Don2 (Don1 Revised)

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"Stop listening to rich liars and their delusional poor sycophants. Let's make a society that reflects compassion and dignity and fight for the prosperity of everyone, not just for the rich liars. Only selfish idiots believe that's impossible."

Your average 8 year old poor kid is not going to have any idea what you just said or how to apply it to make a better life for them personally. I doubt many even know what a sycophant is. A better way to get them started on the path to success is to tell them to study hard so they can get good grades, and maybe do extra chores around the house or for neighbors to make a little extra spending money for themselves to develop a work ethic and sense of independence. Your advice is about as useful as giving a bicycle to a seal.

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As someone who used to be an 8 year old poor kid decades ago, I note that every one of your posts is wrong. You should be kept away from vulnerable children.

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Angry Floof

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Your average 8 year old poor kid is not going to have any idea what you just said or how to apply it to make a better life for them personally. I doubt many even know what a sycophant is. A better way to get them started on the path to success is to tell them to study hard so they can get good grades, and maybe do extra chores around the house or for neighbors to make a little extra spending money for themselves to develop a work ethic and sense of independence. Your advice is about as useful as giving a bicycle to a seal.
Yeah, that post was literally about what to say to a child in real life. ;) Some people really need everything to be black and white literal or they just won't get it.
 

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Your average 8 year old poor kid is not going to have any idea what you just said or how to apply it to make a better life for them personally. I doubt many even know what a sycophant is. A better way to get them started on the path to success is to tell them to study hard so they can get good grades, and maybe do extra chores around the house or for neighbors to make a little extra spending money for themselves to develop a work ethic and sense of independence. Your advice is about as useful as giving a bicycle to a seal.
Yeah, that post was literally about what to say to a child in real life. ;) Some people really need everything to be black and white literal or they just won't get it.

OK then let's say you befriend a poor child in playing in the park. The kid sees that you have some nice things (clothes, car, cell phone, etc), and so asks, "Angry Floof, how I can increase my chances of making a nice, financially secure life for myself as an adult?". What do you tell her? Hopefully, it will have no resemblance to anything that I said, as I have been just informed by another poster that all my posts are wrong, and I need to be kept away from children.
 

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Your average 8 year old poor kid is not going to have any idea what you just said or how to apply it to make a better life for them personally. I doubt many even know what a sycophant is. A better way to get them started on the path to success is to tell them to study hard so they can get good grades, and maybe do extra chores around the house or for neighbors to make a little extra spending money for themselves to develop a work ethic and sense of independence. Your advice is about as useful as giving a bicycle to a seal.
Yeah, that post was literally about what to say to a child in real life. ;) Some people really need everything to be black and white literal or they just won't get it.

OK then let's say you befriend a poor child in playing in the park. The kid sees that you have some nice things (clothes, car, cell phone, etc), and so asks, "Angry Floof, how I can increase my chances of making a nice, financially secure life for myself as an adult?". What do you tell her? Hopefully, it will have no resemblance to anything that I said, as I have been just informed by another poster that all my posts are wrong, and I need to be kept away from children.

Yeah, not a pic, nor even an attempt at humor. This belongs in some misguided PD thread.
 

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Your average 8 year old poor kid is not going to have any idea what you just said or how to apply it to make a better life for them personally. I doubt many even know what a sycophant is. A better way to get them started on the path to success is to tell them to study hard so they can get good grades, and maybe do extra chores around the house or for neighbors to make a little extra spending money for themselves to develop a work ethic and sense of independence. Your advice is about as useful as giving a bicycle to a seal.
Yeah, that post was literally about what to say to a child in real life. ;) Some people really need everything to be black and white literal or they just won't get it.

OK then let's say you befriend a poor child in playing in the park. The kid sees that you have some nice things (clothes, car, cell phone, etc), and so asks, "Angry Floof, how I can increase my chances of making a nice, financially secure life for myself as an adult?". What do you tell her? Hopefully, it will have no resemblance to anything that I said, as I have been just informed by another poster that all my posts are wrong, and I need to be kept away from children.
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How stupid. You don't have to believe in Jesus to agree with *some* of the things attributed to him in the Bible, such as compassion for the poor. An atheist pointing out the hypocrisy of Christians is not itself hypocrisy. Even when we challenge the religious on their inability to follow even the tenets we do disagree with is not hypocrisy. It's just challenging the hypocrisy of the religious.

I don't think the people who make such stupid arguments actually put any thought into them. But then, we already know that the religious tend to grab onto anything that appeals to their prejudices even if it's fundamentally false or illogical as long as it sounds truthy or sciency, and conveniently not requiring much in the way of intellectual honesty. So not surprising.
 

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I don't recall any previous candidate that had such a bombastic level of support.
 

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The hands pointing upward on the back window are helpful. I wouldn't have noticed all the flags otherwise.
 

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[TWEET]<blockquote class="twitter-tweet"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">well sorry <a href="https://twitter.com/Eminem?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">@Eminem</a> for that. But that's the first instrumental track i thought about. <a href="https://t.co/5uce3N3GSP">pic.twitter.com/5uce3N3GSP</a></p>— Capitaine OSEF (@Soapmoine) <a href="https://twitter.com/Soapmoine/status/1324286193106898944?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">November 5, 2020</a></blockquote> <script async src="https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js" charset="utf-8"></script>[/TWEET]

Play the second one.
 

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[TWEET]<blockquote class="twitter-tweet"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">well sorry <a href="https://twitter.com/Eminem?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">@Eminem</a> for that. But that's the first instrumental track i thought about. <a href="https://t.co/5uce3N3GSP">pic.twitter.com/5uce3N3GSP</a></p>— Capitaine OSEF (@Soapmoine) <a href="https://twitter.com/Soapmoine/status/1324286193106898944?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">November 5, 2020</a></blockquote> <script async src="https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js" charset="utf-8"></script>[/TWEET]

Play the second one.

I'm too old, but that would be some crazy pussy...
 

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[TWEET]https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/1337629306919538694?s=20[/TWEET]
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So what? OMG teh fool we elected was accidentally right about someting!!!111!1 :rofl:

Only technically. It didn't come to me. Did it come to you?
It isn't "coming" to anyone I know any time real soon outside of medical personnel.
The meaning conveyed by Trump was an intended lie as always. That it could be literally true is just incidental.
The people he was trying to dupe were given to understand that they might get vaccinated by year-end ... like, in the next 2 weeks. They're not.
 
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