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Re: What put a frown on your face today?

Unread postPosted: 15 April 2022, 17:13
by McTaggartfan
rogonandi wrote:I got awakened by a phone call today. The man on the other end asked “You up to date? Bitch.” and hung up. Huh? :asleep:


Wow lol

The least he could've done is let you answer the question!

Re: What put a frown on your face today?

Unread postPosted: 15 April 2022, 18:49
by rogonandi
McTaggartfan wrote:
rogonandi wrote:I got awakened by a phone call today. The man on the other end asked “You up to date? Bitch.” and hung up. Huh? :asleep:


Wow lol

The least he could've done is let you answer the question!

I’m pretty sure he realized he dialed the wrong number too. :asleep:

Re: What put a frown on your face today?

Unread postPosted: 15 April 2022, 22:11
by René
Guys... I'm worried about the President.



All my grandparents seemed much more lucid when they were 79. I don't think I ever saw any of them try to shake hands with thin air or wander around looking confused like this. :runaway:

Re: What put a frown on your face today?

Unread postPosted: 15 April 2022, 22:53
by rogonandi
René wrote:Guys... I'm worried about the President.



All my grandparents seemed much more lucid when they were 79. I don't think I ever saw any of them try to shake hands with thin air or wander around looking confused like this. :runaway:

I guess that means we’ll just have to bring Trump back. ;)

Re: What put a frown on your face today?

Unread postPosted: 15 April 2022, 22:57
by McTaggartfan
I'm feeling a bit low right now, since this will be my second year going without the seder to welcome the start of Passover.

Re: What put a frown on your face today?

Unread postPosted: 16 April 2022, 04:22
by rogonandi
Allergic conjunctivitis! I haven’t had a bad eye reaction like this in years! :cry:

Re: What put a frown on your face today?

Unread postPosted: 16 April 2022, 05:00
by colby100
rogonandi wrote:Allergic conjunctivitis! I haven’t had a bad eye reaction like this in years! :cry:


Sorry to hear that. I get the same thing sometimes. Not fun. I hope you will fill better soon.:

Re: What put a frown on your face today?

Unread postPosted: 16 April 2022, 05:09
by Derek
René wrote:Guys... I'm worried about the President.



All my grandparents seemed much more lucid when they were 79. I don't think I ever saw any of them try to shake hands with thin air or wander around looking confused like this. :runaway:

I'd be worried if his ability to talk or walk had any effect on his ability to do his job. I don't think the Democrats should even bother running a person next time, it could just be a sticky note that says "President".

Re: What put a frown on your face today?

Unread postPosted: 16 April 2022, 10:51
by PopTart
René wrote:Guys... I'm worried about the President.



All my grandparents seemed much more lucid when they were 79. I don't think I ever saw any of them try to shake hands with thin air or wander around looking confused like this. :runaway:

What worries me more is how few media outlets are talking about it. I recall when Trump exhibited some dodgy behaviour and traits, there was a scramble to have him submit to a cognitive test to assess his fitness for office. I mean, that ship had already sailed. Anyone with sense could recognise he wasn't fit for government office. But the complete silence in mainstream media and in alternative media aswell, regarding Biden's clear and complete degeneration, is incredibly telling of the political slant within those institutions and it doesn't bode well for a free and democratic society. Which, I suppose, the US never has been. Lets be honest, it's a plutocratic oligarchy these days. :pfft:

Re: What put a frown on your face today?

Unread postPosted: 16 April 2022, 21:00
by rogonandi
PopTart wrote:
René wrote:Guys... I'm worried about the President.



All my grandparents seemed much more lucid when they were 79. I don't think I ever saw any of them try to shake hands with thin air or wander around looking confused like this. :runaway:

What worries me more is how few media outlets are talking about it. I recall when Trump exhibited some dodgy behaviour and traits, there was a scramble to have him submit to a cognitive test to assess his fitness for office. I mean, that ship had already sailed. Anyone with sense could recognise he wasn't fit for government office. But the complete silence in mainstream media and in alternative media aswell, regarding Biden's clear and complete degeneration, is incredibly telling of the political slant within those institutions and it doesn't bode well for a free and democratic society. Which, I suppose, the US never has been. Lets be honest, it's a plutocratic oligarchy these days. :pfft:

I’d rather the United States have a president who shakes hands with ghosts than tell the world he could shoot someone and not get in trouble for it! :nod:

Re: What put a frown on your face today?

Unread postPosted: 17 April 2022, 11:17
by PopTart
rogonandi wrote:
PopTart wrote:
René wrote:Guys... I'm worried about the President.



All my grandparents seemed much more lucid when they were 79. I don't think I ever saw any of them try to shake hands with thin air or wander around looking confused like this. :runaway:

What worries me more is how few media outlets are talking about it. I recall when Trump exhibited some dodgy behaviour and traits, there was a scramble to have him submit to a cognitive test to assess his fitness for office. I mean, that ship had already sailed. Anyone with sense could recognise he wasn't fit for government office. But the complete silence in mainstream media and in alternative media aswell, regarding Biden's clear and complete degeneration, is incredibly telling of the political slant within those institutions and it doesn't bode well for a free and democratic society. Which, I suppose, the US never has been. Lets be honest, it's a plutocratic oligarchy these days. :pfft:

I’d rather the United States have a president who shakes hands with ghosts than tell the world he could shoot someone and not get in trouble for it! :nod:
I'd rather the US had a president that was competent. Or a government that was the same. Unfortunately, in the US as in the UK (and Canada too) politicians aren't of much quality these days. :shrug: We're lucky to get leaders who are able to hold on to their wits or avoid convictions. :facepalm2:

Re: What put a frown on your face today?

Unread postPosted: 17 April 2022, 18:47
by poolerboy0077
René wrote:Guys... I'm worried about the President.



All my grandparents seemed much more lucid when they were 79. I don't think I ever saw any of them try to shake hands with thin air or wander around looking confused like this. :runaway:

How do we know he was trying to shake someone’s hand as opposed to just signaling the applauding crowd?

Re: What put a frown on your face today?

Unread postPosted: 17 April 2022, 20:54
by rogonandi
poolerboy0077 wrote:
René wrote:Guys... I'm worried about the President.



All my grandparents seemed much more lucid when they were 79. I don't think I ever saw any of them try to shake hands with thin air or wander around looking confused like this. :runaway:

How do we know he was trying to shake someone’s hand as opposed to just signaling the applauding crowd?

Because the weirdest/lewdest explanation is always the best because it’s the most interesting. :thumbsupwink:

Re: What put a frown on your face today?

Unread postPosted: 18 April 2022, 06:17
by Bluefish
I'm beginning to realise how hard and unnatural it is for me to take the initiative in friendships / relationships without feeling like a burden. Not sure what this says about me but all human interaction is so unnatural to me unless the other person makes most of the effort. I don't do it on purpose but I never realised how passive I was before

Re: What put a frown on your face today?

Unread postPosted: 18 April 2022, 07:24
by poolerboy0077
Aren’t you just describing what being a bottom is like? Sometimes I wonder if bottoms are bottoms because they like it or because they’re just lazy and want someone else to do all the work.

Re: What put a frown on your face today?

Unread postPosted: 18 April 2022, 09:55
by Bluefish
poolerboy0077 wrote:Aren’t you just describing what being a bottom is like? Sometimes I wonder if bottoms are bottoms because they like it or because they’re just lazy and want someone else to do all the work.


Suddenly it all makes sense :P

Re: What put a frown on your face today?

Unread postPosted: 18 April 2022, 17:40
by poolerboy0077
Derek wrote:I'd be worried if his ability to talk or walk had any effect on his ability to do his job.

Is that because you regard the office as essentially ceremonial in nature as opposed to actually impacting the country in some way?

Re: What put a frown on your face today?

Unread postPosted: 18 April 2022, 23:47
by Derek
poolerboy0077 wrote:
Derek wrote:I'd be worried if his ability to talk or walk had any effect on his ability to do his job.

Is that because you regard the office as essentially ceremonial in nature as opposed to actually impacting the country in some way?

When it's a Democrat? Yes.

Re: What put a frown on your face today?

Unread postPosted: 19 April 2022, 06:48
by PopTart
poolerboy0077 wrote:
René wrote:Guys... I'm worried about the President.



All my grandparents seemed much more lucid when they were 79. I don't think I ever saw any of them try to shake hands with thin air or wander around looking confused like this. :runaway:

How do we know he was trying to shake someone’s hand as opposed to just signaling the applauding crowd?

Oh come off it! :lol:

I don't know how anyone can take the laundry list of evidence that the guy is cognitively impaired and genuinely seek to argue against it while keeping a straight face.

I get it, Trump bad. It was Biden or Trump. But is Trump really in the US's rear view mirror? Or is he hiding in the footwell behind the drivers seat, waiting for the next election.

Hanging out this charade is not helping to build a foundation to combat Trumps return in 2024 or a Trumpian style Republican.

Biden is a joke. He might be seemingly benign, but honestly, you guys don't seem to understand how the rest of the world percieves him and the Americans for electing him. It's just compounding all the judgements they made about Trump. The US has doubled down on stupid.

Now if we could just get someone to replace bodge-it-Bojo and Robo-Starmer here in the UK, we might have a leg to stand on in our criticism :lol:

Re: What put a frown on your face today?

Unread postPosted: 20 April 2022, 00:31
by Bluefish
Ugh sorry to post here again :P but I keep making so much effort with a total asshole. Can't seem to accept I've been manipulated, keep hoping to idk get something back, find out what went wrong, what I did wrong. Makes me feel like it's all my fault.

I mean, I'm crap at small talk. Don't reach out much or talk about my day, sure. Probably on the autistic spectrum alongside the anxiety / low mood I often feel. I mean I try my best but the odds aren't good.

I need to broom this person like he's broomed me, but I can't bring myself to do it. But seriously I've never encountered such a **** before. He does it in such a way as to always make me feel like the problem. It's mental torture.

Grrrrr

Everything involving other people is just the worst