colt4405

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  1. Lou is all false equivalencies
  2. From my conversations it appears godly white men definitely approve
  3. I'd say 7/2 is a realistic shot. Still don't see how Trump is any better than Hillary. Every criticism of HC can be applied to Trump. The same can not be said the other way around
  4. They acknowledge I'm brighter than them. As far as the biggest trump supporters on my crew, I bang their wives/girlfriends in my spare time. And they thank me for it.
  5. The conservative thought process. Every rational part of me says this guy is exposing the base republicans created. I honestly didn't think it would work and doubt Trump thought it would actually work. At some point people should say "He's clearly taking advantage of us right now and will continue to take advantage of us in the future". Bernie Sanders didn't have the greatest plans in the world, but I'll take 100-200k/yr politician over a billionaire. The billionaire most definitely screwed more people along the way than a politician fighting for what he genuinely believes. Right or wrong I believe Bernie meant what he said. Trump is a pathological liar. Yea, this all paints a bad picture for registered republicans. I can't help it I call em like I see em. What a bunch of idiots.
  6. See right there. Conservatives think Donald Trump is a step up from politicians. He's apparently more honest, less greedy, and cares about the american people. Even though he's spent his entire life lying and leveraging to get his way screwing the little guy all the way. I'm shocked conservatives are this stupid. I was raised on small government and family values. Trumps neither of those things.
  7. In a lot of ways I like Trump. I'm surprised Republicans elected someone who's clearly boosting his own brand, I say some mean shit but I gave cons more credit than that. So did Trump, who probably never dreamed he'd be elected and only intended to get his name in the paper. He's probably drinking champagne right now thinking "They're dumber than I thought" The national election should be a landslide.
  8. I'd sacrifice my job for that….
  9. Oh like Trump didn't know a klan rally in the south side would turn ugly. I say bull****
  10. 250? Daaaaaaammmmmmnnnnnnn. I've worked out of town for as long as 3-4 months and more than make ends meet with a modest per diem. It's a huge perk to a hard job. I couldn't imagine a big city like waikiki, san francisco, etc. on 250/day… But Trump has gone well beyond the dog whistle and the silent majority. His rallies have resembled white trash raves for a while, I'm not surprised violence is breaking out now. Never underestimate the power of stupid people in large groups.
  11. Of course, he's not a slave. Still not a positive career move. If he's passionate enough to quit he probably liked being a GM and still wants to be one somewhere else. If he has come to the conclusion he doesn't want prominent front office role than fine, tell your critics to kiss your *** you're done working to make them look good.
  12. We'll find out if any MLB organizations disagree…
  13. As much as I like what he's done as GM I wouldn't trust hiring him. Men don't quit multimillion dollar contracts because their feelings are hurt, at the very least you stick it out for the season. I used to coach HS football at my alma mater. One season I worked with a new head coach that I did not get along with. He knew he was stuck with me for the season, the team only knew my offense, and he did whatever he could to ruin the season. Benched starters if we were up by 2 scores, didn't "believe in conditioning" despite the fact everyone played both sides of the ball, implemented a defensive audible where the entire d-line lined up outside the tackles and only used it on 3rd/4th and short, took over the play calling if we got inside the 10, omg you get the picture this man was clearly possessed. Basically he was miserable when we were winning, because the school would have forced him to keep me around. I contemplated verbally assaulting the guy and quitting with some pizazz after he turned an 11 minute game winning TD drive into a pick 6 the other way. I felt like the kids got robbed because of the head coaches hatred towards me. Instead I stuck it out, the toughest 2k I've ever earned, and made sure to prepare the offense and kicking teams as well as I could. When the dust finally settled we had set a school record for points per game(43), didn't allow a kickoff or punt return for TD, and finished DEAD LAST in the STATE for points allowed per game(2,178). I spent the next 10 months fending off phone calls from other coaches trying to bring me in. Two seasons later my alma mater shutdown their football program altogether. Hopefully history shows that Dipoto did a great job. Right now though, this looks like the dumbest thing he could have done, career-wise.