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Debate / Re: Joy Reid : Hypocritical Homophobic Hack?
« on: May 17, 2018, 04:03:14 PM »
My favorite is how they are hiring war criminals/ war hawks and ex-CIA liars only because they hate Trump.

The same people who lied us into the Iraq war are now our heroes I guess.  Just because they hate Trump.

Debate / Re: Joy Reid : Hypocritical Homophobic Hack?
« on: May 17, 2018, 02:14:37 PM »
I've been calling out this fat cunt on her bullshit for years.

And what's funny is MSNBC is defending her.  Usually they fire people for this shit.  Remember when that dyke Maddow got Baldwin fired for his off air homo comments?

That entire network is a joke.

Music, Movies, Tv and Books / Re: Infinity War Spoiler Thread
« on: May 15, 2018, 03:36:43 PM »
That's true. You couldn't reconcile the two settings.

They tried it with Masters of the Universe and proved conclusively that it will never work. The audience can't wrap their head around it.


Current TV Shows / Re: Westworld
« on: May 14, 2018, 01:13:59 PM »
So as I expected, they are taking elements of the plot of Futureworld as well.  Trying to put the human mind into code to put into a robot so a person could live forever, so to speak.  Doesn't seem to be working for William, but maybe Ford figured out how.

Game Cage / Re: Xenoblade Chronicles 2
« on: May 11, 2018, 10:29:33 PM »
It took a lot of core crystals for me to get her.  So many legendary crystals giving out generic shit.

But by the time it happened, I had done all there was to do.

Did you like the tie in at the end to the first Xenoblade Chronicles?

Debate / Re: CNN vs MSNBC vs Fox News
« on: April 14, 2018, 03:05:58 PM »

Music, Movies, Tv and Books / Re: A Quiet Place
« on: April 11, 2018, 05:10:51 PM »
Yeah thats why I said if you go with the idea they were aliens. I always went with idea they were demons.

Did Shamalamadoodoo confirm that they were demons? I thought that was something he never spoke about.

He did.  And he was annoyed that people just assumed they were aliens.  It was all in the interview.

Music, Movies, Tv and Books / Re: A Quiet Place
« on: April 11, 2018, 04:28:21 PM »
The whole point of Signs was that they were actually demons, not aliens.  And holy water was killing them, not regular water.

I think Xerxes linked me the article where it was discussed. Shamalamalan is a total dickhead, though.

The intern that wrote those replies must be quite a mind-reader to come up with those letters in response to a one-word mail.

I just wonder if they actually pay the interns.  Cause otherwise I see no reason to tow the line on such nonsense.

Haha, I assure you my letter was very professional and clean.  I only said nigger once in each.

In my email, I also asked her why she supported Clinton for President when Sanders won our state.  No response to that.  Nor why I asked why she is supporting Gretchen Whitmer for Governor, when she herself is another Hillary whore who is running against two Sanders progressives.

I also received a follow-up

I wanted to follow up with you on the email you sent to share your concerns about the Economic Growth, Regulatory Relief, and Consumer Protection Act (S. 2155).

There has been a lot of misinformation and confusion surrounding this bill, particularly that the bill would weaken the Dodd Frank Act, the landmark 2010 banking reform law that I voted for and continue to staunchly support.  Earlier this week, former Rep. Barney Frank, the key author of Dodd Frank, gave an interview in which he addressed those concerns.

“I think there is less here than meets the eye," he told WBUR radio station on Monday. “Two of the major changes in this bill, frankly, I publicly supported in 2013. One is to exempt banks under $10 billion in assets, which we call community banks, from some of the rules, because they have not been the problem.”  He went on to say that for banks between $50 billion and $250 billion, this bill “will give them a better chance at competing with the biggest banks.”

Concerning claims that the bill could fuel another financial crisis, Frank said, “I greatly disagree,” and “I think that is a misreading.” He also said that most of the regulatory rules set in place by Dodd Frank to address the financial crisis remain intact. “They're not weakening the rules about derivatives, they're not weakening the rules on mortgages being packaged into a security.”

Now that the Senate has passed the bill, it moves to the House of Representatives for consideration. I want to restate my firm commitment that if changes are made that undermine consumers, weaken regulations on the Wall Street banks that caused the financial crisis, or in any other way harm Michigan, I will vote no on the final bill.

Thank you again for contacting me. Your input is very important. Please continue to keep me informed about this and other issues of concern to you or your family.

Using Barney Frank's words to try and convince me was not really helpful since he turned out to be a Hillary whore.

I wrote both my senators, Debbie Stabenow and Gary Peters.

Peters was a bitch and didn't respond.  Debbie did.

Thank you for contacting me about the Economic Growth, Regulatory Relief, and Consumer Protection Act (S. 2155) before the Senate. I understand your concerns and share your commitment to keeping strong banking protections in place for consumers, families, and small businesses.

The most important point about this bill is that it does not weaken the regulations and oversight of the Wall Street banks that caused the financial crisis. We cannot forget what our country experienced in the financial crisis, and nowhere else in the country was the impact felt more gravely than in Michigan. For that reason, I understand the strong emotions around any changes to Dodd-Frank, the major Wall Street reform law passed in 2010.

I am a staunch supporter of Dodd-Frank, and through my leadership on the Senate Agriculture Committee, which has jurisdiction over the Commodity Futures Trading Commission, I have been the leader in stopping efforts to change any consumer protections that regulate derivatives and swaps a cornerstone of the Wall Street reform law.

While it's critical that we maintain the strong consumer protections in Dodd-Frank, it's equally important that we fix the unintended consequences of this law that threaten to undermine strong community-based banks and member-driven credit unions. Our credit unions and community banks are vital to communities, small businesses, and families. I am deeply concerned that these community-based institutions are starting to disappear from cities and small towns across Michigan as they are eaten up by bigger banks.

That is why I support this legislation. The bill will cut red tape that prevents our credit unions and community banks from helping more families buy a home or start a business. At the same time, it keeps the regulatory focus on the biggest banks that were at the heart of the financial crisis and frees up regulators to more vigorously enforce our laws against bad actors.

I understand that some of my colleagues do not support any changes to the current law. I do not believe that makes sense for Michigan.

Thank you for taking the time to share your views with me. Your input is important. Please continue to keep me informed about issues of concern to you or your family.

Russian or not, he exposed the DNC for being corrupt shitbags.  And their only response is "BUT THEY WERE STOLEN!" rather than discuss how corrupt they were proven to be.

Music, Movies, Tv and Books / Re: Anyone watching the Oscars?
« on: March 05, 2018, 07:19:42 PM »

Also, a new Spawn movie is in production.

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