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Old 2nd September 2018, 03:54 AM   #281
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Originally Posted by blutoski View Post
Has anybody posted this gem yet: "Marmalade Shartcannon"
Ooo, definitely seconded!
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Old 2nd September 2018, 04:32 AM   #282
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Old 2nd September 2018, 09:53 AM   #283
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Do you think there's a nickname that, if it gained widespread popularity, would significantly increase the chances of impeachment?

Seems like that would be the Holy Grail of Trump nicknames.
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Old 2nd September 2018, 10:01 AM   #284
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Originally Posted by theprestige View Post
Do you think there's a nickname that, if it gained widespread popularity, would significantly increase the chances of impeachment?

Seems like that would be the Holy Grail of Trump nicknames.
Depends on what you define as a "significant" impact.

Political careers have been damaged by less; Dukakis in the tank with the headphones on, Howard Dean making an odd sounding "roar", etc..

If it impacts the electorates disposition towards Trump, I think it would certainly have an impact on Congress' willingness to do the right thing.
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Old 2nd September 2018, 10:30 AM   #285
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Originally Posted by theprestige View Post
Do you think there's a nickname that, if it gained widespread popularity, would significantly increase the chances of impeachment?

Seems like that would be the Holy Grail of Trump nicknames.
Crooked Donald?
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Old 2nd September 2018, 11:04 AM   #286
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Originally Posted by theprestige View Post
Do you think there's a nickname that, if it gained widespread popularity, would significantly increase the chances of impeachment?

Seems like that would be the Holy Grail of Trump nicknames.
Originally Posted by Distracted1 View Post
Depends on what you define as a "significant" impact.

Political careers have been damaged by less; Dukakis in the tank with the headphones on, Howard Dean making an odd sounding "roar", etc..

If it impacts the electorates disposition towards Trump, I think it would certainly have an impact on Congress' willingness to do the right thing.
Wow Distracted, you and I agree about some things.

People are often influenced by subtle often seemingly insignificant things. Things they would never admit or even were aware were influencing factors. I can't even begin to say just how many times I have asked people on both sides how they came to an opinion about a particular candidate and heard nonsensical reasons or general almost meaningless answers.
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Old 2nd September 2018, 11:11 AM   #287
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Originally Posted by acbytesla View Post
Wow Distracted, you and I agree about some things.

People are often influenced by subtle often seemingly insignificant things. Things they would never admit or even were aware were influencing factors. I can't even begin to say just how many times I have asked people on both sides how they came to an opinion about a particular candidate and heard nonsensical reasons or general almost meaningless answers.
Even if I agreed with all of Trump's politics, I would never vote for him. He's a despicable human being who is rotten from the inside out. That's why I have no respect for those who say they dislike his behavior but would vote for him anyway.
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Old 2nd September 2018, 11:35 AM   #288
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Even if I agreed with all of Trump's politics, I would never vote for him. He's a despicable human being who is rotten from the inside out. That's why I have no respect for those who say they dislike his behavior but would vote for him anyway.
It's a double whammy with Trump. Not only do I hate his politics, I hate....no despise Trump. I keep seeking some redeeming quality about him and I keep coming up empty. I had held out some hope that he could be good for infrastructure investment...But he's AWFUL on that too.
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Old 2nd September 2018, 12:57 PM   #289
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It's a double whammy with Trump. Not only do I hate his politics, I hate....no despise Trump. I keep seeking some redeeming quality about him and I keep coming up empty. I had held out some hope that he could be good for infrastructure investment...But he's AWFUL on that too.
Trump is one of those rare individuals about whom I can find absolutely nothing positive to say. Nothing.
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Old 2nd September 2018, 01:12 PM   #291
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Trumpelgruber.

Nah, too obscure.
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Old 2nd September 2018, 01:33 PM   #292
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Depends on what you define as a "significant" impact.

Political careers have been damaged by less; Dukakis in the tank with the headphones on, Howard Dean making an odd sounding "roar", etc..

If it impacts the electorates disposition towards Trump, I think it would certainly have an impact on Congress' willingness to do the right thing.
Agreed. That's the rub, though. In the other two examples you gave, the downfall arose from the person's own widely publicized actions. Trump seems remarkably resistant to that particular failure mode.
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Old 2nd September 2018, 01:37 PM   #293
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Originally Posted by theprestige View Post
Do you think there's a nickname that, if it gained widespread popularity, would significantly increase the chances of impeachment?

Seems like that would be the Holy Grail of Trump nicknames.
Impeachment is not the goal of the name-calling.

Some people still smoke tobacco even though it is dangerous, and even though it took decades of legal wrangling to finally get a public health warning on the packet. And some people still fight that.

The goal of the name calling is to have an accurate description of Trump as a similar public health warning. And we expect some people will still fight that too.
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Old 2nd September 2018, 01:42 PM   #294
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Crooked Donald?
Can't hurt to try.
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Old 2nd September 2018, 08:31 PM   #295
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Old 3rd September 2018, 07:02 AM   #296
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Originally Posted by theprestige View Post
Agreed. That's the rub, though. In the other two examples you gave, the downfall arose from the person's own widely publicized actions. Trump seems remarkably resistant to that particular failure mode.
It is decidedly odd. Hard to imagine a previous candidate surviving a recording of "grab them by the pussy"
Maybe it has something to do with the ability to actually feel embarrassment or shame. Lacking that ability, Trump is perhaps an emotional (if not intellectual) "Forrest Gump"
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Old 3rd September 2018, 12:32 PM   #298
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Maybe fat, ugly, lazy Donald (FULD). I've been singing this in my head for a while now.
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Old 3rd September 2018, 12:57 PM   #299
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I grew up in Wisconsin playing the card game sheepshead

Cards in this game are of two types/suits: trump and fail.

Don's a seven of clubs.
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It is decidedly odd. Hard to imagine a previous candidate surviving a recording of "grab them by the pussy"
Maybe it has something to do with the ability to actually feel embarrassment or shame. Lacking that ability, Trump is perhaps an emotional (if not intellectual) "Forrest Gump"

This would explain Trump's disregard for such behavior.

It doesn't explain that of his supporters, who are equally unconcerned.

The problem isn't just Trump. If it was he would never have been elected in the first place, and even in that unlikely event he still would have been gone by now.

As long as his supporters continue to ignore or excuse all of his many shortcomings and malfeasances Trump will continue to be proven right for his lack of concern.
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This would explain Trump's disregard for such behavior.

It doesn't explain that of his supporters, who are equally unconcerned.

The problem isn't just Trump. If it was he would never have been elected in the first place, and even in that unlikely event he still would have been gone by now.

As long as his supporters continue to ignore or excuse all of his many shortcomings and malfeasances Trump will continue to be proven right for his lack of concern.
Agreed. His supporters enable him to behave the way he does without consequences. So far.
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Do you think there's a nickname that, if it gained widespread popularity, would significantly increase the chances of impeachment?

Seems like that would be the Holy Grail of Trump nicknames.
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I saw a good one today:

Infected malignant rectal polyp.
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Trumpelgruber.

Nah, too obscure.
I like it, but you're probably right about it being too obscure.
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"Trump"
I'm going to start using it as a cuss-word from this moment. Oh, Trump! Trump you! Get Trumped!

Note: Please do not consider this as simply replacing the F-word with "Trump". The former is an act which gives me pleasure. The latter does not.
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Crazytown, term allegedly used by John Kelly, is Trump's Jonestown.
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I know one is better off just calling him by his name, but a recent incident at a veterans' meeting makes the monicker "agent orange" pretty tempting.

https://www.businessinsider.com/trum...affairs-2018-8
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Stormy's revelation points the way...

Shroom.
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Saw one I really liked the other day:

Agolf Twitler.
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Saw one I really liked the other day:

Agolf Twitler.
Oh, that one's right up there in the top five!
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Saw one I really liked the other day:

Agolf Twitler.
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Oh, that one's right up there in the top five!
Here Here!!
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I'm still partial to Jon Stewart's one for him...

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I'm starting to really like President Prison Date.
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"Trump"
I'm going to start using it as a cuss-word from this moment. Oh, Trump! Trump you! Get Trumped!

Note: Please do not consider this as simply replacing the F-word with "Trump". The former is an act which gives me pleasure. The latter does not.
It needs to be italicized, so that it conveys the same disdain* as when Seinfeld says "Newman".

Trump


* Which falls woefully short.
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Stormy's revelation points the way...

Shroom.
I'm guessing he really wouldn't like that.

As I suspect she is telling the truth.
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I'm still partial to Jon Stewart's one for him...

If you don't know it, then just Google it.
You mean Fuckface Von Clownstick?



That is a good one. But I'm starting to like Pee Pee Traitor.
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