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  1. the hoaxes are adding up... prolly more than the real ones
  2. Confederate flags too.
  3. Everybody's welcome where? In his home or the community? If the community who elected him spokesperson?
  4. on the other hand, if a black women is too black, too dark, she faces colorism in the black community Bill Duke talks about new documentary ‘Dark Girls’ Women of all ages painfully recount the damage done to their self-esteem and their constant feeling of being devalued and disregarded. One young black man in the trailer said he couldn’t date a woman with dark skin because “they look funny beside me.”
  5. he had a chance with the Ravens until his idiot girl friend compared Ray Lewis/Biscotti to Django Unchained
  6. he ain't been right since he lost the Super Bowl
  7. Happy belated Thanksgiving I was in NYC over the holiday (doing among other things my best Joe Buck routine, asking middle aged women for directions to the Statue of Liberty, ha, ha)
  8. wow, so many liberal pervs following a trail blazed by Bill Clinton, tee tee
  9. want more of this? keep voting Democrat
  10. and a homestead tax credit for everyone else on their primary residence
  11. what's even dumber is a guy 33 marrying a post wall female pushing 40 if he's going to marry, marry a younger one
  12. she's not bad looking, but why marry her? marriage is for the benefit of females
  13. sole can't get beyond race all you have to do is Google people Trump has attacked...pretty much everybody
  14. Rudy Ray Moore "...little of his work reached the mainstream white audience. His "rapid-fire rhyming salaciousness exceeded the wildest excesses" of Foxx and Pryor,[1] and his highly explicit style kept him off television and major films...He came to be regarded as a major influence by many later rap stars. Snoop Dogg said: "Without Rudy Ray Moore, there would be no Snoop Dogg, and that's for real..."
  15. Or show up drunk
  16. Happy Thanksgiving to all the haters and losers--you know who you are. As he tweeted in 2013: “Happy Thanksgiving to all — even the haters and losers!”
  17. tee hee Gillibrand remark on Clinton sends shockwaves through Democratic PartyLink: NEW YORK — Kirsten Gillibrand is having a moment, whether she meant to or not. Going where no other prominent Democrat had before on Thursday evening by declaring that Bill Clinton should have resigned the presidency during the Monica Lewinsky scandal, the New York senator and potential 2020 presidential contender yet again found herself the face of a national conversation with the potential to dominate headlines and divide her party. At a time Democrats are desperate to keep the focus on accusations against President Donald Trump and Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore, Gillibrand’s stand shocked even some of her close allies...
  18. someone close to Mrs. Clinton needs to have her undergo a psychiatric evaluation she's getting creepy, like a rambling bag lady
  19. classic Imus...good stuff starts at 28:20
  20. when are they going to retire these fossils? The Democrats' old-people problem Democrats are rethinking their future — but doing it with the leadership of old men and women deeply rooted in the past. The top three House Democrats in leadership are all nearly 80 years old. By the numbers: The average age of Democrats serving under them is 61. Three of the most talked-about 2020 contenders are Sen. Bernie Sanders, 76; Sen. Elizabeth Warren, 68; and former Vice President Joe Biden, 74. Why it matters: Older Democratic leaders are unwilling to give up their seats, even as younger Democrats call for "a new generation of leaders," as top House Democrat Linda Sanchez said when she asked for Nancy Pelosi to step down. And former DNC Chair Howard Dean told MSNBC: "Our leadership is old and creaky, including me."
  21. trotting out the old "vast right wing conspiracy" and circling the wagons around Dem predators how predictable
  22. it's part of the unrelenting campaign "...In today’s culture, father never knows best. It’s no better in the news media. As communications professor James Macnamara reports, “by volume, 69 percent of mass media reporting and commentary on men was unfavorable, compared with just 12 percent favorable and 19 percent neutral or balanced.”
  23. maybe music and entertainment are just tapping into women's sexual fantasies...remember how popular "Fifty Shades of Grey" was with women? In recent studies, more than 90 percent of women admit having had sexual fantasies, and depending on the study, some one-third to two-thirds confess at least occasional fantasies of being forced into sex... ...The most sexually open and self-accepting women had the most rape fantasies. They also had the most fantasies of consensual sex. And they reported the most arousal from their erotic fantasies. This study evaluated the rape fantasies of female undergraduates (N = 355) using a fantasy checklist that reflected the legal definition of rape and a sexual fantasy log that included systematic prompts and self-ratings. Results indicated that 62% of women have had a rape fantasy, which is somewhat higher than previous estimates. For women who have had rape fantasies, the median frequency of these fantasies was about 4 times per year, with 14% of participants reporting that they had rape fantasies at least once a week. In contrast to previous research, which suggested that rape fantasies were either entirely aversive or entirely erotic, rape fantasies were found to exist on an erotic-aversive continuum, with 9% completely aversive, 45% completely erotic, and 46% both erotic and aversive.
  24. dude should've waited a few more years