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  • i prefer to make fun of idiots online because its the most effective way to convince the lurkers who are on the fence and its really such a shame that the only options are making fun of idiots or engaging in pointless intellectual discussions with people who will never be convinced man i really wish there were a third way thatd be pretty cool dont you think so bart but really its all for the lurkers and calling people dummies on the internet makes a real difference and saves lives we are super important dont forget it buddy.

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Messages - ffejrxx

Science / Re: Flowers for Algernon

So, they're going to try to take over the world?
try, yes. succeed, no
Politics and Current Events / Re: bus - sub
According to the Las Vegas Review-Journal, the human driver of the other vehicle was at fault
id like to see where the accident report points
Politics and Current Events / Re: The Paradise Papers
Haven't people been wondering how social media was keeping money, given they constantly operated at a loss?

This sounds like quite the explanation.
*brought to you by carls jr.
Politics and Current Events / Re: Trumpocalypse
there is a coal power plant not too far from me that takes a trainload every day or 2

and a nuclear plant not too much farther
Politics and Current Events / Re: Trumpocalypse
Trump apparently wants to name his tax reform plan the "Cut Cut Cut Act"

please make it stop
You serious? This is awesome! He should have every representative and spokesperson call it that, and make them say it really fast without pausing.
The cut part is because it involves guillotines, right?

id still be happy if it involved razer blades and wrists
*remember across for attention and lengthwise for results
TR Embassy and Animal Shelter / Re: birds ?!

in the last 2 frames, the hawk pulls the other birds head in the cage and goes for the eyes
the chair didnt feel a thing
From CNN just now:

The government asked the court to set Manafort's bail at $10 million and Gates at $5 million, and for the court to place Manafort and Gates under home arrest. The two pleaded not guilty.
both under house arrest, so bail isnt really needed :sadcheer:
conversion successful :cheer:
Science / Re: Tesla's heat engine (split from DDWFTTW)
sterling engine transfers heat from hot to cold plates
putting a fan and a alcahol on the cold plate will not help with conserving energy since it takes energy to cool the alcahol to liquid again

beaming energy into space concept would be similar

but its only increasing its hot/cool differencial energy pools
Politics and Current Events / Re: Trumpocalypse
A lot of people are saying it's what plants crave.
brondo has what plants crave

and trump could use a day of rehabilitation
the govt does continue to pay for their service after they retire, is that still considered working for the govt?
Politics and Current Events / Re: Trumpocalypse
More fantasies
Donald Trump has blamed a rise in crime in the UK on "radical Islamic terror", despite there being no evidence to support the claim.

In an early morning tweet the President said: "Just out report: 'United Kingdom crime rises 13% annually amid spread of Radical Islamic terror.' Not good, we must keep America safe!"

Even if it were true, what is the connection between US safety and crime in the UK?

Reader comment:
the number of murders in the UK is alarming at 640, in a population of c64m. But then I remembered that the FBI announced, on Sept. 17, Chicago hit 500 homicides this year, from a population of just over 2m.

You have an incompetent moron for a president

yes, and its the other incompetent moron around him that refuse to do anything about it
if the ailens rejected her so should we
Science / Re: Neutron star collision detected
Gold, you say? Wtb 2 nuetron stars.
bring them to earth and hold an auction
Arts and Entertainment / Re: Better Call Saul
its a little late or very early for apr fools day
Arts and Entertainment / Re: Mr. Robot
shes still in the cast of season 3, maybe flashback or it was a dream/delusion?
Arts and Entertainment / Mr. Robot
season 3 started this week
almsot missed the first episode of the season, but a rerun is sunday on amc
Seems my post deleted itself.

In embarrassing display, Trump flubs test on how money works

I knew he is an ignorant moron, but I thought he was smarter than this.

He's one of those rare people who managed to lose money running a casino.

With Trump now in the White House, we're starting to get a better sense of why he had so many difficulties in the business world. As The Daily Beast  noted, the president tried to argue last night that he's already managed to shave off a huge chunk of the national debt.

"The country - we took it over and owed over $20 trillion. As you know the last eight years, they borrowed more than it did in the whole history of our country. So they borrowed more than $10 trillion, right? And yet, we picked up $5.2 trillion just in the stock market," Trump told Sean Hannity. "So you could say, in one sense, we're really increasing values. And maybe in a sense, we're reducing debt. But we're very honored by it."

This wasn't just some verbal gaffe. Yesterday afternoon in Harrisburg, during a speech on taxes, he pushed a related point: "Very proudly, just in the stock market alone, we have increased our economic worth by $5.2 trillion, that's right, since Election Day. $5.2 trillion. Think about that, that's a quarter of the $20 trillion that we owe."

This is gibberish. They're the remarks of someone who doesn't know what the national debt is. Or how the nation's finances work. Or even how money works.
Maybe Dave can explain to us morans how an increase in the value of privately owned companies translates into a decrease in the country's debt?   (Maybe Drumpf is going to Nationalize everything?)

usa is not russia yet