Hillary Clinton and Precarious Manhood Theory

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08 Nov 2016, 8:11 pm

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325lbs. I find that I can pick up a car, provided that the frame is made of welded metal, without sharp edges, although, sometimes, one corner will stay, bent, upward, off the ground. The ones in heavy lifting competitions are specially prepared for that.

I was allowed to submit video, for a certain, notorious, MMA qualification, and was told I was overqualified. It makes for a bad fight.

Much of it is genetic, I think. I mainly like to eat, spend alot of time on foot, laboring, and practicing primitive skills.

Maybe, you would find me relatable, in person. I don't consider you threatening.

Usually, lesbians will want to act bro-ish with me.

(Pardon the edits. Auto correct is changing words to something different. I think you get my meaning.)

But, what I would like to emphasize, here, is what if we are not in competition.

It makes the rancor seem unnecessary.


It's nice to meet another Sid on WP. :O)


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09 Nov 2016, 2:28 am

There won't be a female president for US for the next 3-4 decades because Trump will take women back to the 50s there.



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09 Nov 2016, 2:32 am

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There won't be a female president for US for the next 3-4 decades because Trump will take women back to the 50s there.

that is a big IF- IF we last another 3-4 decades after this, this election has set into motion some irreversible damaging things, worse than brexit.



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09 Nov 2016, 2:35 am

The_Face_of_Boo wrote:
There won't be a female president for US for the next 3-4 decades because Trump will take women back to the 50s there.

It appears that you lefties are not so good at forecasting.



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09 Nov 2016, 2:39 am

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The_Face_of_Boo wrote:
There won't be a female president for US for the next 3-4 decades because Trump will take women back to the 50s there.

It appears that you lefties are not so good at forecasting.


I am not a leftie politically, I am more centrist.

Leftie has bit a different and narrower connotation here.



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09 Nov 2016, 2:40 am

I AM, and I knew that trump would win, it was a nagging thought that wouldn't leave me.



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09 Nov 2016, 2:43 am

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I AM, and I knew that trump would win, it was a nagging thought that wouldn't leave me.

I honestly thought she was gonna win.



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09 Nov 2016, 2:44 am

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I AM, and I knew that trump would win, it was a nagging thought that wouldn't leave me.

I honestly thought she was gonna win.

I am closer to America so I can more clearly see our ugly national mood.



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09 Nov 2016, 2:45 am

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I AM, and I knew that trump would win, it was a nagging thought that wouldn't leave me.

I honestly thought she was gonna win.

I am closer to America so I can more clearly see our ugly national mood.

They should have hired you to do the forecasting then, you would have done a better job.



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09 Nov 2016, 2:49 am

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I AM, and I knew that trump would win, it was a nagging thought that wouldn't leave me.

I honestly thought she was gonna win.


I honestly didn't care. :lol:

My only concern is his environment policies.



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09 Nov 2016, 2:51 am

Peacesells wrote:
auntblabby wrote:
Peacesells wrote:
auntblabby wrote:
I AM, and I knew that trump would win, it was a nagging thought that wouldn't leave me.

I honestly thought she was gonna win.

I am closer to America so I can more clearly see our ugly national mood.

They should have hired you to do the forecasting then, you would have done a better job.

I long have been infuriated at the premature optimism of my fellow democrats who don't seem to grok the essential ugliness of human nature. Michael Moore was one who told the democrats that they needed to stop the premature celebrating immediately, but he was not heeded. he predicted a landslide trump win a few weeks earlier. his prescient speech is still on the internet.



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09 Nov 2016, 2:53 am

The_Face_of_Boo wrote:
Peacesells wrote:
auntblabby wrote:
I AM, and I knew that trump would win, it was a nagging thought that wouldn't leave me.

I honestly thought she was gonna win.


I honestly didn't care. :lol:

My only concern is his environment policies.

if you thought health care here was unaffordable now, just wait until he gets through with it. :skull: it will be totally out of reach for people like us.



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09 Nov 2016, 3:01 am

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Peacesells wrote:
auntblabby wrote:
Peacesells wrote:
auntblabby wrote:
I AM, and I knew that trump would win, it was a nagging thought that wouldn't leave me.

I honestly thought she was gonna win.

I am closer to America so I can more clearly see our ugly national mood.

They should have hired you to do the forecasting then, you would have done a better job.

I long have been infuriated at the premature optimism of my fellow democrats who don't seem to grok the essential ugliness of human nature. Michael Moore was one who told the democrats that they needed to stop the premature celebrating immediately, but he was not heeded. he predicted a landslide trump win a few weeks earlier. his prescient speech is still on the internet.

Yes, I think the biased media were one of the reasons of the demise. Such arrogance, maybe people didn't like it. We don't even vote here in Italy yet they were always talking bad of Trump, and much lesser of Hillary.



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09 Nov 2016, 3:04 am

Peacesells wrote:
auntblabby wrote:
Peacesells wrote:
auntblabby wrote:
Peacesells wrote:
auntblabby wrote:
I AM, and I knew that trump would win, it was a nagging thought that wouldn't leave me.

I honestly thought she was gonna win.

I am closer to America so I can more clearly see our ugly national mood.

They should have hired you to do the forecasting then, you would have done a better job.

I long have been infuriated at the premature optimism of my fellow democrats who don't seem to grok the essential ugliness of human nature. Michael Moore was one who told the democrats that they needed to stop the premature celebrating immediately, but he was not heeded. he predicted a landslide trump win a few weeks earlier. his prescient speech is still on the internet.

Yes, I think the biased media were one of the reasons of the demise. Such arrogance, maybe people didn't like it. We don't even vote here in Italy yet they were always talking bad of Trump, and much lesser of Hillary.

the rump is disliked by the 4600 people who have sued him for stiffing them for payment for the work they did on his buildings. people who live in America see close up and personal that he is not a nice man, not by a long shot.



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09 Nov 2016, 3:06 am

auntblabby wrote:
The_Face_of_Boo wrote:
Peacesells wrote:
auntblabby wrote:
I AM, and I knew that trump would win, it was a nagging thought that wouldn't leave me.

I honestly thought she was gonna win.


I honestly didn't care. :lol:

My only concern is his environment policies.

if you thought health care here was unaffordable now, just wait until he gets through with it. :skull: it will be totally out of reach for people like us.


http://www.vox.com/2016/11/9/13571318/d ... er-climate



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09 Nov 2016, 3:09 am

"buckles your seatbelts, gentlemen, it's gonna be a bumpy ride ahead."