April 18, 2019
We've finally reached the point where a major website will publish "I'm fucked" in their main opening page story:
Somebody who is much better at photoshop than I am made this:
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new photoshop has some flaws but I think
you will get the message.
Most photos of Barr show him grinning or scowling. I had to find this photo of Barr and erase the microphone in front of his face.
I put this on Twitter: (130 people have seen it 😋)
N. Korea: Secretary Of State Should Be Replaced In Talks By Someone More ‘Mature’
“I am afraid that, if Pompeo engages in the talks again, the table will be lousy once again and the talks will become entangled,” (senior foreign ministry official) Kwon said.
“Therefore, even in the case of possible resumption of the dialog with the United States, I wish our dialog counterpart would be not Pompeo but other person who is more careful and mature in communicating with us.”
Being talked about on MSNBC:
It was late March, and Donald Trump was preoccupied with the swirl of new investigations launched by House Democrats against him and his inner sanctum, and with the coming delivery of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s long-awaited report on Russian election meddling and Trump’s possible obstruction of justice.
April 17, 2019
|On a "lighter" note, you can get high|
before you die if you eat this burger.
In the midst of all this, there was another question weighing heavily on the president’s mind: Was Fox News, his favorite organ of conservative media and pro-Trump messaging, being sufficiently subservient to him?
“Keep an eye on it,” Trump started telling aides, according to two people with direct knowledge of his directive, in conversations about what was going on behind-the-scenes at Fox, and if there was any cause for concern for even the slightest positive coverage of any Democrat.
To any casual observer of Fox News or the Fox Business Network, this might seem like a hilariously irrational fear. The networks’ ratings-driving primetime lineups are jam-packed with vociferous Trump defenders, and some of Fox’s biggest names—such as Pete Hegseth, Sean Hannity, Lou Dobbs, Rupert Murdoch, to name just a few—have long served as sounding boards, phone-a-friends, and informal advisors to the president.
But privately, President Trump had been raising these questions of institutional loyalty, on-and-off, since at least the middle of last year. Several people who’ve heard him do this view it as more of a gutcheck than a loss of faith, and as yet another indication that Trump can interpret even the smallest deviations as a slight or a betrayal.
I have high hopes that if not tomorrow, in the next two or three weeks Trump and his protector won’t be standing in front of a bed of roses. Instead I hope they are standing disgraced and humilated, exposed as the inept corrupt clowns they are in front of a pile of steaming manure.
April 16, 2019
The number is up to 29,000 more than the population of nearby towns like Tulatin and West Linn.
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High flying Trump and the Coulson Next Gen Airtanker fire fighting plane. Up, Up, and Away - PLEASE.
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Read about the airplane here.
The first and last tweets are batshit cray-cray! He wishes the Bernie audience wasn’t smiley and nice? And, BTW aasswipoe, the Russia story is BIGGER than Watergate but not for the reason you want it to be.
Best Bernie quote from his Fox News town hall:
April 15, 2019
Trump schooled French fire fighters in how to best handle the conflagration at Notre Dame. Sorry Donald, French experts thought of the water drop (duh, like they wouldn't) and say it could collapse the rest of building. I am sure they appreciate your unsolicited advice.