Trump Slays Media

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“My staff was concerned that I couldn’t do self-deprecating humor,” Trump said. “And I told them not to worry, nobody does self-deprecating humor better than I do.”

I know that Trump did a great job because nobody in the media wants to talk about it. They would rather talk about this:

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181 Responses to Trump Slays Media

  1. lyn says:

    A video will appear.

  2. Jeffhas says:

    OK… so I laughed a little at Jeff Sessions, but only because of the hobgoblin nature of it.

    Up ‘til then it was tired… really tired.

  3. Myiq2xu™ says:

    Brooklyn BBQ? I don’t think so.

  4. DeniseVB says:

    Fer crissakes SNL, bring back Darrell Hammond as Trump. He is an impressionist not a buffoon playing a caricature of TDS. I just have a feeling Hammond refused to play him that way.

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  14. elliesmom says:

    I’ve been seeing ads by Stella Artois asking us to buy a chalice so people don’t have to walk 6 hours everyday to get water. We have a private well that needs electricity to pump water to our house. When we lose power, we lose water. I have water stored for drinking and for Ellie, but my cleaning lady got rid of the water I keep around to flush the toilet, and I didn’t realize it until I went to get it. We live on a pond, and there’s a close-by place where it’s easy to fill water containers. I wouldn’t drink the water, but it’s “swimmable” quality, and just fine for toilet flushing. We took our bath tub out as part of our “handicapped accessible” remodel so I can’t fill the tub anymore, but fetching water a few feet away just in emergencies isn’t awful.

    What I don’t understand is why people are still walking 6 hours to get water in normal daily life. The aqueduct has been around since BC times, and the artesian well was invented in the Middle Ages. Whether the water is directly underfoot or miles away, the technology of how to get it to people is thousands of years old.

    • Myiq2xu™ says:

      Sammy was talking about food but it also applies to water.

    • swanspirit says:

      I have a tub, but getting ready for a hurricane one year, I decided I wanted cleaner water than would be in the tub, just in case, so I put a large new storage container in the tub, and filled that instead. Worked just fine.

      • elliesmom says:

        To flush the toilet, the cleanliness of the water isn’t really a problem, and thanks for idea! Storage containers I have.

        • Somebody says:

          Order a water bob. They are like a plastic keg type thing you fill up with water when needed. Stores flat in box until needed.

    • 1539days says:

      I have a well, too, and had some problems when the power went out Friday. I keep thinking about getting a whole house generator. A few thousand bucks could free me from the whim of the energy company fixing the lines.

      • Ann says:

        Do it! Do it!! We did, and it was one of the best “investments” we made to the house. Think of it like insurance… you may never need it, but you have it on the off chance that you may need it in a disaster situation.

        And if it is cold outside and the power is out for a few days to a week? The whole house generator is cheaper than burst pipe damage.

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  18. Venus E. Lee says:

    Dolly ti the best

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  20. helenk3 says:

    did you ever read a book that kicked you in the gut? I just finished reading A Fire By Night by Teresa Messsineo. I got it at Amazon .
    It is about two Army Nurses one in Europe and the other in the Pacific during WW2. It does not glorify war, she writes about the horrors endured and the hope that came at the war’s end.
    It is a book that will stay with me for a long time.

    • Island Girl says:

      Definitely going to look that up.

    • Miranda says:

      Also try:
      The Unwomanly Face of War by Alexsandra Alexievitch (real life accounts of Russian women fighting in WWII)
      The Alice Network by Kate Quinn. Fiction, but you get a lot about women spying in WWI.

    • swanspirit says:

      We know why. For the suspense. /s 😎

    • DeniseVB says:

      Taking in 17mil on a 120mil movie is pretty much a flop. Maybe her telling Trump supporters she didn’t want them to see her movie is a problem too ?

    • lateblum says:

      She looked so hard and cold and really bad last night at the Oscars. I missed nearly all of the show last night, but got home in time to see her and Jodie Foster presenting the Best
      Actress in a leading role award last night. I nearly felt bad for her. But it took less than a nano second not to.

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  22. Jadzia says:

    Looks like the left is going down in flames in Italy, but I don’t trust DiMaio not to turn out to be a Trojan horse of some kind.

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    Many people have asked me how my time as a reality TV star prepared me for the presidency, the truth is there’s very little overlap between the two. Very little. In one job, I had to manage a cutthroat cast of characters desperate for TV time, totally unprepared for their jobs, and each week afraid of having their asses fired.
    In the other job, I was the host of a smash television hit.

  25. Cisco says:

    José Andreś saves my day.
    I had a half loaf of bread that dried out . Normally I’d crush it and put it out for the birds.
    So I’m watching Chris Kimball and Andreś is a guest.
    Best quick and simple soup I’ve ever made.
    In a pot, olive oil, heat, then add finely chopped garlic.
    Toss in bread broken into pieces, add a couple tablespoons of smoked paprika.
    Mix, then add Chateau du Faucet, thats water
    Mix, when heated add one egg to thicken.
    Sorry birdies.
    10 minutes is all it took.

    • Myiq2xu™ says:

      I haven’t smoked paprika since high school.

      • Cisco says:

        I tried Tang once. It was supposed to give you a buzz .
        Never tried banana peels though.

        • blowme0bama says:

          I did. And nutmeg. Don’t waste your time.

          • Somebody says:

            Passionflower vine leaves, seriously grows wild in the woods here. They sell passionflower supplements at health food stores, it’s calming. You have to smoke a lot and the buzz is more like a half a qualude……or so
            I hear 😉. But it was free!

          • blowme0bama says:

            Ludes…. yeah, that was 35+ years ago, but boy were those fun. We do have wild passion flower. Around here, they’re called “Maypops”.

          • Somebody says:

            At my previous house the woods behind that neighborhood were covered in passion flower vines. It would grow up in our yards. One of my neighbors and I used to joke about going into business, because technically it’s legal. We never had the nerve though, LOL!

  26. Cisco says:

    On the 28th of February, President Trump signed a, well, here read it.
    March, Women’s History Month.

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  32. lyn says:

    If you need a laugh …

  33. helenk3 says:

    do have your liberal friends watch Keep and Bear. It is very informative and interesting. It made me think of the CERT I took when I was working. It is a class on what to do before emergency response arrives during an earthquake or some other kind of emergency.
    For all here it is worth getting the video. I got it through Amazon

    • Cisco says:

      Yes, but just a couple.
      I caught the link at
      I have a personal trauma kit that fits in a pocket of my cargo pants.
      It’s for personal use but I suppose I couldn’t stand by and watch someone bleed out.
      Its in my car right now, so I can’t exactly tell you the name, tomorrow ok?
      I think it would fit handley in a purse.
      I keep it in the car because if something happens, that’s when I’ll need it.
      At home I’ll just dial 911.
      And stop the bleeding, protect the wound and try to prevent shock.
      Thanks for the info about Amazon.
      Always good to stay updated.

      • helenk3 says:

        the Los Angeles fire dept taught the CERT. we learn how to identify someone in shock, how to move someone who was injured, how to stop or slow bleeding. How to separate those who could be saved and those who could not in triage. How to put out small fires.
        I do not know if all fire companies have these classes but they are worth taking.

    • votermom says:

      I just started watching it. Gonna continue tomorrow.

  34. lyn says:

    Congrats to James Ivory who comes back to the family cabin at Lake of the Woods, Oregon, every year. I’m glad I’m not watching The Oscars, but I’m keep tabs on who wins. Apparently, Ivory is the oldest Oscar winner, and he won for the adapted screenplay “Call Me by Your Name.”

  35. lyn says:

    Started watching:

  36. lyn says:

    Frances McDormand! Mama Dixon is in this trailer.

  37. Venus E. Lee says:

    Just FYI — I was in an Oscar pool with another group of friends and I won with 20 out of 24 without seeing ONE of the fucking movies!!! LOL

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  40. lyn says:

    2014 Trump:

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  42. Dora says:

    Health Tip:

    Who could have known that those pesky little dandelions that mess up our yards each summer, could actually be valuable to our health?



    • mothy2017 says:

      I used to pick them with my grandfather to make wine. Yummy.

    • Mt.Laurel says:

      We used the greens in salads and chopped up like parsley. You should get them before they bloom but have to use before the blooms go to those puff balls or the leaves are too bitter. But then we also use to eat the mint and basil that grew wild. The old neighborhood was riddled with the leftovers from when everyone even on city blocks had gardens with trees and bushes with edible fruits/berries/nuts along with herbs and vegetables.

  43. Dora says:

    I know you’re all not going to believe me when I say I have no idea who this Seacrest dude is, but this looked like an important story for award followers, so I thought I’d post it.


    All 5 Best Actress Nominees Skip Ryan Seacrest on Oscar Carpet
    Meryl Streep, Sally Hawkins, Margot Robbie pass on red carpet mainstay

    • DeniseVB says:

      Seacrest has been declared “The New Dick Clark” for this generation. I don’t think so.

      • Dora says:

        I say “No Way”!

        And I don’t even know who he is. 🙂

        • dm says:

          This whole “controversy” is ridiculous…the gossip has been FOREVER that the dude is gay, however he is by now incredibly wealthy so it just sounds to me like his “accuser” is simply getting her name out there hoping for a good payday.

        • DeniseVB says:

          Dick Clark was his mentor, and Seacrest took over New Year’s Rocking Eve before Clark died. Hasn’t been the same 😦

          • helenk3 says:

            before dick clark took over Bandstand, the host was a man named bob horn, He was arrested on the MANN Act. Taking teen age girls across state lines for immoral purposes.
            I remember stickers Ike for President, Bob Horn for Vice

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  46. DeniseVB says:

    Your Daily Surber has added another one to his “list” of the Trump Effect 😀

  47. helenk3 says:

    chelsy manning to give talk at UCLA on eithics in public service

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