Sunday Boxing Thread

“Not in the nose! Not in the nose!”

I want to see Tonya tear Adam Rippoff’s twink ass a new one in a DWTS steel-cage deathmatch.

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80 Responses to Sunday Boxing Thread

  1. Myiq2xu™ says:

    If NBC wanted to be edgy they would pair Rippoff with Derek Hough.

  2. votermom says:


    • DeniseVB says:

      Sent you an email because I was sad to hear Barbara Bush was nearing the end of her life, but happy I read her book. Just in case you want to use it for the Book Horde. Ack, Amazon said there’s only one book left !

  3. Myiq2xu™ says:

    • Constance says:

      You know I feel like Stormy is sexually harassing President Trump. They may or may not have had a consensual sexual encounter,I really don’t give a rats ass. She has attempted to blackmail him on several occasions and has continually harassed him. I don’t like any kind of sexual harassment including the kind creepy women engage in. And blackmail is illegal.

      • Mt.Laurel says:

        It is now way beyond creepy and it is clear the failing porn star is doing this as much to get at Melania as PT. It makes me think old Storm was actually turned down. Perhaps she thinks she should have been MOTUS. Someone needs to slap she and the lawyer the whole way to Harvey’s current hide away. It us where they belong.

        And although I never saw the movie, enough if the storyline is in the common lexicon to say tha I hope BOTUS has a security detail especially Marlon goes on any more PR junkets.

      • DeniseVB says:

        I’m sure there’s a tv movie in the works. Ms.Stormy was debunked in 2016, not sure who’s behind this “resurrection”? Most of us who have followed The Donald since the 80’s know he’s a germaphobe, ewwww, Stormy?

      • Island Girl says:

        That is a very valid argument and I totally agree, she seems like a scorned stripper ho and definitely a fame/money seeker who should just tend to her daughter who is surely going to have some issues,sad.

  4. Myiq2xu™ says:

    • DandyTIger says:

      Yep, not illegal. It’s how prosecution often works. It’s a nasty game.

      • Myiq2xu™ says:

        That’s how persecution works.

        • Constance says:

          The Dems just raided Cohen looking for their next leaks for the election season. Nothing they touch is safe from the media. And so far leakers have not been prosecuted. I do love President Trumps pardoning of Scooter Libby though. Brilliant.
          I really think the Democrat computer hacking was an inside job and I think Republicans have information on who did it. They need to trot that out in public and start daylighting all the Democrat scandal details they have. And Democrats are such a bunch of know it all, elitist snobs that it leads them to act stupid and sloppy so I’m sure there are a lot of details to be had.

    • Constance says:

      Obvious collusion!

  5. Cisco. says:

    Talk about scraping the bottom of the barrel.
    But that’s typical Dem strategy.
    A effeing hooker at a hearing in WDC.
    Whatever happened to that CNN “reporter” that was sent to Thailand to interview that hook who was sitting in jail?
    She was supposed to have BIG dirt on Trump?

  6. Myiq2xu™ says:

    • Somebody says:

      I love that song, it’s quite the ear worm!

      My youngest’s first “boyfriend” looked just like the lead singer. He was such a sweet young man. We met him at a pizza hut during the height of my daughter’s cancer treatment. It was a brief reprieve in her immune numbers that allowed her to get out, she wanted pizza so off we went. Stewart was there with his brother and grandmother. He saw my daughter was playing on her DS and he came over and struck up a conversation with her about video games.

      They played a game together, laughed, had a good time. Finally she said, “I have cancer, that’s why I’m bald”. He said, “Yep I kind of figured, you doing OK”. They talked about her treatment, turned out almost exactly a year earlier he had lost his best friend to leukemia, at the same stage she was at. He asked if he could pray for her and they exchanged phone numbers. Before he left, he turned to her and said “You’ll never be without a friend, if you need anything call me. If you are in the hospital you won’t be without a friend, because I will be there. I will be your friend through every step. (It was important to be there, I guess he felt like he wasn’t for his friend)

      About a week later….she ended up in the hospital for what would be the most difficult and scary 3 and half weeks of her treatment…..she couldn’t hold platelets, her liver numbers were through the roof, she was yellow, her immune system bottomed out and wasn’t recovering as it should and she had some kind of suppressed immune latex reaction that resulted in burns and sores wherever tubes or monitor pads touched her body….super dangerous with no immune system and last but not least steroid induced psychosis. I honestly didn’t know if she was going to make it, neither did her medical team… was a rough, rough time.

      That young man was true to his word and him being there meant the world to my little girl. She had many more hospitalizations in the next year and half, but none as bad as that. He was there. He would also come over to our house for the day quite often. He was always bringing her little presents. He’d put up signs in the yard welcoming her home from the hospital sometimes. When they weren’t together they’d talk on the phone or online. His friendship meant so much to her and I’m convinced helped her get through, he came along at the right time that’s for sure. He was her guest of honor at her end of treatment party. We got HIM a gift.

      They stayed friends for years after her treatment, inseparable. I honestly thought they might end up getting married as they approached high school. Then tragically his older sister was killed in a terrible accident. OMG, it was horrible, my heart broke for his mother. They ended up moving out west to start a new life, the mom said she felt at peace out there. They wanted to cut ties here and start anew. I hope she found peace, she was such a nice person, she was there for me as much as her son was for my daughter. The whole family was so kind. I hadn’t thought about him in years……wonder what he’s doing?? I should mention him to DD, maybe now that they’re both adults???

      • Somebody says:

        By the way, my older daughter and 2 best friends loved Hanson and Nsync. The first time they met youngest’s “BF”, they just about had a cow! Especially one of my daughter’s friends that had the biggest crush on the middle Hanson brother (lead singer), LOL!

      • Island Girl says:

        What a wonderful story, I am in awe of your perseverance.

  7. Ann says:

    She’s in hospice mode.

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    • BjornTheBorg says:

      Well, to be honest, the demographics mean that we have a pretty strong incentive to keep non-white voters from the polls. The Republican party is more or less the party of (non-urban) white people, and the Democrat party is the party of everyone else. When the US becomes a majority non-white nation sometime around 2040, we’ll probably see more active measures to ensure minority rule. Not pretty, but there it is.

      • elliesmom says:

        When it sinks in that things have improved for non-white people more under Trump than any other president in a long time, they’ll be voting Republican. It will be the Democrats who will be fighting to keep them locked in. The Democrats are and always have been the racist party.

        • BjornTheBorg says:

          Well, we wish it, but I doubt it’s that simple. I know plenty of progs who insist that “once it sinks in that Trump has done nothing for the working class, they’ll abandon him.” I think that political loyalties are often dictated by more than economics. Time will tell in this case.

      • lyn says:

        The Democrats are the party of racism because of identity politics. We are Americans first. The Democrats will have their special identity groups fighting each other in the future.

      • 1539days says:

        That’s why Hillary Clinton is president today.

        • DeniseVB says:

          So this is why I saw this on the NYT bestsellers list today ?

        • BjornTheBorg says:

          Well, Crooked Hillary did win the popular vote, so what we have is technically minority rule. Going forward, a lot hinges on how effective we are in driving down the non-white vote (or at least confining it to specific regions where the outcome doesn’t matter). We benefit from the institution of the Senate and need to keep that advantage. Or so it seems to me.

      • Constance says:

        Ridiculous! Blacks and Hispanics and Whites and Asians who are ambitious and can manage money are Republicans or Independents.

        • BjornTheBorg says:

          Well, the public opinion survey data tells a rather different story. Even economically successful non-whites have a non-trivial political preference for the Democrat party. If you control for income, education level, and any other salient factor, the Republican party does pretty poorly with non-white voters. I don’t see that changing in the next decade or so.

          • 1539days says:

            Well, we all know those surveys proved Hillary Clinton was going to be president.

          • Somebody says:

            Certain Asians and Hispanics lean heavily republican, but they are overwhelmed by the ones than lean left. I have no idea what Trump’s final numbers were with Asians, but damn I’ve never seen so many Asians in my area as I did at the Trump rally I attended. There were so many, I literally came home and checked the demographics of my metropolitan area……and promptly decided every single one of them must be a Trump supporter, LOL! The percentage of Asians here is small, but they were out in big numbers at his rally. Perhaps Jacksonville, Florida is some kind of weird exception?? I don’t think so though, because I remember Asians were trending toward Romney in 2012.

            Cuban immigrants by and large are very conservative. So too are many Hispanics that lived under similar brutal regimes. However, those numbers are overwhelmed by the majority of Hispanics like Mexican and Puerto Rican immigrants that vote democrat.

    • DeniseVB says:

      Whoa, can’t get my head wrapped around “Biden told host Al Sharpton”. Al has a show?

    • DeniseVB says:

      Last saw that face on Jeff Dunham’s lap 😛

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  11. Dora says:

    Wow! It’s getting pretty hot!


    Comey Fires Off Tweet After Trump Threatens Former FBI Chief With JAIL – Twitter Responds

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    • DeniseVB says:

      I’ve hated hand dryers so much, if there’s no paper towels, I’ll wipe my hands on my shirt. But I guess I was sucking in the fecal spores all along? Can’t win 😛

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    • Myiq2xu™ says:

      I know what he did, I just don’t know how he did it.

      The video was made in advance and then he “forced” the judges to make the choices he wanted.

  15. DeniseVB says:

    I wish James Woods would run for Governor in California 😉

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