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1  Presidential Elections - Analysis and Discussion / 2016 U.S. Presidential Election / Re: 2016 Republican Nomination Poll - March 2015 on: Today at 06:39:24 pm
I'm all in Walker. I'd say it would take the same sort of scandal/poor campaign management that people are hoping for out of Hillary to doom him at this point.
2  Forum Community / Forum Community / Re: Update Season XXI: "Scientific Facts Are Not Hard And Fast Rules." on: Today at 06:27:23 pm
Yeah Bushie you admitted to lying about that period already. And you never said you were in the 280s starting either. 270 you called your peak once.
3  Forum Community / Forum Community / Re: Update Season XXI: "Scientific Facts Are Not Hard And Fast Rules." on: Today at 06:04:26 pm
No. This might be the first month in your life where you weighed less at the end of it than you did at the beginning of it. You were only thinner earlier in your days because less meals had happened over the course of your life at that point. It's be a slow steady build.
4  Presidential Elections - Analysis and Discussion / 2016 U.S. Presidential Election / Re: Ben Carson launches exploratory committee on: Today at 06:01:44 pm
Weird political stances and lack of experience aside, Carson does look more Presidential than some of the "serious" GOP contenders.

Also, love the comments in the YouTube vid

"As a white male I support Ben Carson"
"As a white female I support Ben Carson"

lmao
5  Forum Community / Forum Community / Re: Update Season XXI: "Scientific Facts Are Not Hard And Fast Rules." on: Today at 05:55:09 pm
It was a bad 32.8 years.
6  Forum Community / Forum Community / Re: What will Wulfric's political ideology be in five years? on: Today at 04:14:33 pm
He's going to be one of those red pill poppers I hear so much about.
7  Presidential Elections - Analysis and Discussion / 2016 U.S. Presidential Election / Re: According to voting records, Jeb Bush didn't vote in the 2008 election! on: Today at 04:11:00 pm
More importantly, just where was Jeb Bush during Benghazi? And how he did he know to lure his brother out of D.C. on 9/11 so no harm could be done to him? Hmmm? Hmmmmmm?
8  General Politics / U.S. General Discussion / Re: Walmart Giving All Employees a Raise to $10/Hour on: Today at 04:07:21 pm
AggregateDemand existing is an interesting social experiment. His thought process appears to be of someone who completely skipped K-12 school, and all the experiences that comes with it, skipped undergraduate work, and just straight up earned a Masters in Finance. He his knowledge tree begins and ends at the borders of an economics textbook.

What's not amusing about the situation is that I'm the one who works in the industry, maintains my own business, and has academic/professional credentials to my name.

I didn't skip K-12. It seems I'm one of the few people who learned something after 12th grade.

Wait,  you own a fast food joint? I thought you had clients that made huge amounts of money.
9  Forum Community / Forum Community / Re: Update Season XXI: "Scientific Facts Are Not Hard And Fast Rules." on: Today at 03:48:48 pm
Pour a cold glass of water to go with your coke. Before every sip of coke, sip water to cleanse  your palate and enjoy a much sweeter, refreshing coke than you would have if your tastebuds were simply numbed by 100% pure coke.
10  Forum Community / Forum Community / Re: Would Bushie be better off in Soviet Russia? on: Today at 03:41:53 pm
Yes, but not for work camps. He would be good at gaining the trust of and reporting dissidents in exchange for rewards.
11  Forum Community / Forum Community / Re: Update Season XXI: "Scientific Facts Are Not Hard And Fast Rules." on: Today at 03:40:37 pm
I would binge drink cokes too if it were my only source of hydration.
12  Presidential Elections - Analysis and Discussion / 2016 U.S. Presidential Election / Re: Walker Closest to Clinton on: Today at 03:39:12 pm
The manager of my local Denny's is also the closest to Warren Buffett in net worth among local Denny's employees.
13  Presidential Elections - Analysis and Discussion / 2016 U.S. Presidential Election / Re: How does Walker beat Hillary? on: Today at 03:36:59 pm
Right now Id say the odds favor Hillary but less than they favored Obama in 2012

Republicans living in 2012 would vehemently disagree. He's going DOWN. There's no way someone with his unemployment rate can win. None whatsoever. Who cares what the polls say?

Plus the Redskins lost. And D+7.

D+7?Huh It was a 4 point Obama win in 2012. The third closest re-election in US history.

So you were too young to remember 2012. Got it.
14  General Politics / U.S. General Discussion / Re: DHS Shut Down Averted on: Today at 03:33:20 pm
The right has already moved on from this to Hillary's email "scandal" and blowing Bibi. Boehner is going to walk away from this scot-free.
15  Forum Community / Forum Community / Re: Update Season XXI: "Scientific Facts Are Not Hard And Fast Rules." on: Today at 03:27:17 pm
Excuses, excuses. It's also not as hard as it looks to eat healthy without cooking for yourself

Here, try this:

Tyson frozen ready made grilled chicken breast
+
Green Giant steamfresh broccoli spears
+
Minute brown rice

No actual cooking required. Just reheat things in the microwave/on the stove. Economically, it probably costs the same to go to Braum's, but it is a healthier meal. The problem isn't the external situations surrounding your meal choices but the simple fact that you don't want to it healthy food.

Until you stop blaming everything else from distance to the market or how busy you are or how lonely you are, you'll never tackle the problem that you don't like the taste of broccoli and you need to change that and start eating broccoli.
16  Forum Community / Forum Community / Re: Update Season XXI: "Scientific Facts Are Not Hard And Fast Rules." on: Today at 02:57:57 pm
It's no fun cooking for just one person.

Just cut down on the amounts given in any recipe you're using. Problem solved.

That's not the problem.  It's the loneliness factor.

And it isn't lonely when you get your food in a drive thru?
17  Presidential Elections - Analysis and Discussion / 2016 U.S. Presidential Election / Re: Ben Carson launches exploratory committee on: Today at 01:39:30 pm
He's running to sell books at worst, to be a vice presidential choice at best.
18  Presidential Elections - Analysis and Discussion / 2016 U.S. Presidential General Election Polls / Re: Rasmussen: Hillary leads Walker, Bush and Carson on: Today at 01:28:50 pm
The fact that Jeb has so many rich donors ready to give to his campaign proves being rich doesn't equal smarts.
19  Presidential Elections - Analysis and Discussion / 2016 U.S. Presidential Election / Re: Hillary Clinton Used Personal Email at State Dept., Possibly Breaking Rules on: Today at 01:27:37 pm
Haha great Onion article.
20  Forum Community / Forum Community / Re: Update Season XXI: "Scientific Facts Are Not Hard And Fast Rules." on: Today at 01:18:36 pm
So, now it's time to play a game of: what did Bushie lie about?

>His starting weight in February
>The amount of times he walked in February
>The portion control of his meals in February

What accounted for this 286 to 286 month?
21  General Politics / U.S. General Discussion / Re: DHS Shutting Down in 1 week on: Today at 01:06:55 pm
I'm personally very upset that a better funding bill wasn't passed, and my dislike for fringe House Republicans grows stronger with each day.  However, I must question how much of this criticism is partisan or legitimate, as I seem to remember quite a few Dems hooting and hollering about the DHS being unnecessary when President Bush was around.

The DHS is unnecessary as a bureaucracy.

The agencies under DHS control are necessary to be funded.
22  General Politics / U.S. General Discussion / Re: Walmart Giving All Employees a Raise to $10/Hour on: Today at 01:02:13 pm
AggregateDemand existing is an interesting social experiment. His thought process appears to be of someone who completely skipped K-12 school, and all the experiences that comes with it, skipped undergraduate work, and just straight up earned a Masters in Finance. He his knowledge tree begins and ends at the borders of an economics textbook.
23  General Politics / U.S. General Discussion / Re: If you were a member of Congress, would you attend Netanyahu's speech? on: Today at 12:49:35 pm
It's just not right. A foreign head of state just gave a State of the Union speech in Congress. It doesn't matter what state he is a head of or what the content of his speech is or if it were noble. It could have been De Gaulle giving an impassioned speech about getting the Nazis out of his France and it still would have been wrong.

I was neutral on the idea and this whole issue but having seen it I now know for a fact that it was wrong to do this. Ending of Raiders of the Lost Ark-tier wrong.
24  General Politics / U.S. General Discussion / Re: If you were a member of Congress, would you attend Netanyahu's speech? on: Today at 11:45:19 am
The execution of this is looking even worse than the idea.
25  General Politics / U.S. General Discussion / Re: If you were a member of Congress, would you attend Netanyahu's speech? on: Today at 11:41:47 am
I just saw a muted TV showing it and everything about it looks scary and wrong. I'm embarrassed for everyone in attendance. This man is not elected by the United States nor a citizen and should not be allowed to be giving this kind of speech to Congress.
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