T.O.O.T.


There are actually a few idiots criticizing the crowd as if Acosta was in danger.

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122 Responses to T.O.O.T.

  1. Myiq2xu™ says:

    It would have been great if the crowd snatched Acosta off of there and took him involuntary crowd-surfing.

  2. elliesmom says:

    If you aren’t watching Trump’s Florida rally, we need to find clips of Trump’s acting “presidential”. It’s a hoot.

  3. lyn says:

  4. lyn says:

    • Venus E. Lee says:

      Thread:

      • lyn says:

        Here’s a little one.

  5. Dora says:

  6. Mt.Laurel says:

    So Jimmie is trying to use someone else’s event to 🚀 launch his latest “I am not really a journalist but I play one on CNN routine”. Would that not be like some talentless tambourine wielding aging flower child pretending they are the opening act for the USMC Band?

  7. Venus E. Lee says:

  8. Venus E. Lee says:

    An oldie but goodie

  9. Venus E. Lee says:

    Shot:

    Chaser:

  10. Venus E. Lee says:

    • Cisco says:

      Anytime I use my credit card to buy just about anything, liquor, groceries, medications etc, I have to show an ID.
      But there is a lot of credit card fraud here and I suppose elsewhere.
      I use cash for small to medium purchases and save the credit card for larger ones.
      It’s a pain to showing both cards to buy a bottle of hootch or a handful of groceries.

      • Ann says:

        In my area, I don’t even have to sign for CC at grocery or drug stores if they are under $100, let alone show ID. 😮

        The only place that I have to show ID would be if I bought beer at a grocery store. I don’t bother. I buy liquor at a liquor store and beer at the local beer store. Neither asks for ID.

        • Mt.Laurel says:

          Visa/Mastercard
          Mine seems to depend on the store and location:
          $50/$75/$100 in metro area. $0/$25 out of metro area.
          Gas: if on my own zip $50/Out of area $25
          Most other stores $25/$50 then show ID
          Also will be asked if say I buy gas in Virginia then head home to Maryland and buy groceries/other items.

          Amex
          Any amount, even a greeting card, can trigger the ID request.

          Other items than usually require an ID other than the usual suspects of Alcohol/tobacco:
          gift cards, decongestants/cold medicine, items ordered onliine and picked up

          Also, I find smaller stores are more likely to request ID than big box or grocery.

    • DeniseVB says:

      If you’re buying wine/beer to pair with your groceries and look under 40, you will be carded, as well as for ciggies . If you’re using food stamps or writing a check, you will be carded. Credit/Debit cards may require a photo i.d. also, depending on the chain and location. I even had to show my id for a Senior Citizens discount so the cashier could punch in my DOB to trigger the discount code. Our media is stupid and really out of touch like that. A lot of this is for loss prevention and young cashiers giving their pals “freebies”.

      • elliesmom says:

        We can’t buy liquor at grocery stores so the only time I have to show an id is if I want to buy some OTC drugs, mostly for allergy or cold meds. Before we moved, most of the cashiers had been or were students of mine. If they were under 21, they needed an “adult” to ring in the purchase. They’d announce “Mrs. White” needs assistance. Most everyone working there got the joke. They even called Elliesdad “Walter”. But one day the store manager responded, and he noticed my id didn’t say “White”. The kids had a hard time explaining to him about the science teacher who became a meth cook. He wasn’t at all amused. lol

        • Myiq2xu™ says:

          I have toe fungus that is over 21, but when I go to Rite Aid to get a box of Mommy Juice for Mom they always card me. There is one clerk there I’ve known since high school and she just asks my birthdate. The rest want ID which I seldom carry.

          OTOH, I can use Mom’s bank card anywhere and nobody checks the name as long as I have the PIN number. (I am now Mom’s personal shopper as well as her chauffeur.) I can also pick up her drugs at the pharmacy without showing ID. All they care about is the co-pay.

          BTW – Sometimes I get a senior’s discount (62+) at places without even asking, they just look at me and punch it in. (I’m 58.)

      • mcnorman says:

        Try wine tasting at Costco. You could be from the cretaceous period and you will still be carded. Lots of cams to make sure you are carded too.

    • lyn says:

      When I went to the bank yesterday to cash a check, I had to show my ID because the system picked my name. The teller said it was a federal thing.

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  12. Myiq2xu™ says:

    • Island Girl says:

      She sounds like my scratched 45’s and albums, sad and bad to the bone boring if I may.

    • DeniseVB says:

      I can’t believe the potential DNC candidates think they have a chance against PDJT in 2020. Sadly, Kamala includes a woman and race card so any criticisms will be MISOGYNIST! RACIST ! How stupid, but you know it’s true. The Dem platform is even sadder. But scary thinking with illegals voting, they can pull it off…..yoiks !

  13. Myiq2xu™ says:

    • Somebody says:

      Gee, what about the media whipping up ridiculous conspiracies and excuses for HRC’s loss? Painting the POTUS as an evil, lying, cheating, sometimes incompetent dictator…..oh and racist, blah, blah. Portraying R’s much the same, here’s looking at you Rachel Maddie. #SteveScalise Republican baseball team, own it fuck faces.

  14. Island Girl says:

    My profile picture seems to keep changing somehow but YEA GO AMERICA tomorrow Korea remains and VP Pence, I hope he is staying at the Waikiki Trump Hotel MAGA luxury LOL

  15. Dora says:

    Very good news!

    • DeniseVB says:

      The Pro Great Britain people pointed out that the BBC is covering this as though they’ve released a serial killer, lol. I guess the rape gangs Tommy was covering doesn’t bother their version of CNN either.

  16. Dora says:

    This is what the media won’t show you.

    • Cisco says:

      And President Trump didn’t even have entertainment by BeYonce to draw the crowd.

    • DeniseVB says:

      Trump rallies are best watched live before the media gets their out of contest sound bites to “report” on.

      • Cisco says:

        That’s why I disappear during Trumps rally’s.
        I always watch.
        Trump is supposed to do another one Thursday in Wilkes Barre, PA.
        Where does he get the stamina?

  17. Dora says:

    Little House on the Prairie star and Fox News host Melissa Francis claims she and her family can’t get a table at her prestigious New York country club because of political discrimination

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6013469/Fox-News-host-accuses-swanky-country-club-refusing-seat-supports-Trump.html

    • Ann says:

      Not sure what that particular CC has for rules, but having to spend XX on food and drink per year (along with dues) is not an uncommon stipulation for members of Country Clubs in that area. If you do not spend XX they charge you for XX anyway. So, if they will not seat her (her family) and are still charging her XX, wouldn’t the CC be breaking the contract? I wonder how soon before attorneys get involved?

  18. Dora says:

    I’m constantly being told not to get my news from True Pundit. “It is not a reliable source” so they say. But TP has all the good stuff. I will just leave this here and let you all decide whether to read it. 🙂

    ====
    A Group of Top Government Spooks & Hackers on the FBI’s Payroll Just Tore Mueller’s Russian Indictments to Shreds; “Piles” of Fabricated Evidence Detailed Here

    https://truepundit.com/a-group-of-top-government-spooks-piles-of-fabricated-evidence-detailed-here/

    • DeniseVB says:

      I think my problem with True Pundit was not finding their stories anywhere else. But, I do this same sniff test on Breitbart, Daily Wire, Daily Caller too. 🙂

    • blowme0bama says:

      True Pundit has a lot of iffy stuff. They had some of the Wiener lap top confiscation correct, and other stuff which I can’t remember, didn’t pan out.

  19. Myiq2xu™ says:

    I don’t know which is worse – if Schatz believes what he wrote he is delusional, but it is so outrageous that if he knows it isn’t true then WTF does he think he is accomplishing?

    • Myiq2xu™ says:

  20. Cisco says:

    The cost of just keep rising on fake pather phlegms fuckery on closeing down Chicagos Dan Ryan.
    https://chicago.suntimes.com/news/dan-ryan-shutdown-tally-323000-chicago-illinois-state-police-pfleger/
    Wondering how much the next bit of his shit will cost the taxpayers?

    • elliesmom says:

      My first experience driving in Chicago was the Dan Ryan. South to North across the city. Since I wasn’t sure exactly when I would need to get off, I was afraid to get into the express lanes. Turns out I needed to drive the whole length. We’ve talked about a trip back to Chicago for “old time’s sake”, but Elliesdad’s memories are not as pleasant as mine are so he’s not enthusiastic.

      • DeniseVB says:

        My dh is not a fan of big cities, planes, trains and amusement parks, he simply hates crowds and lines. We’re both much happier when I don’t “force it” 😀 He does love the zoo and botanical gardens, they’re our happy couple places.

        • elliesmom says:

          Chicago has terrific zoos, but ED never saw them. My mom and I took my daughter, but he was too busy at work to take the time off. Same thing with most of the other fun things to do. He’s been to the Museum of Science and Industry, but never to Navy Pier. I’ve been to Wrigley Field on a summer afternoon to see the Cubs play, but he didn’t come. Ditto for Michigan Avenue dressed for Christmas. He was very busy building a fledgling career, which I completely understand, and when he took vacation time, our parents always expected us to head east. I didn’t get to see many of the more adult things in the city because I always had a toddler in tow. I think it would be fun to return 40 years later, but he remembers working for Donald Rumsfeld, his boss keeling over dead from exhaustion, and Nazis marching in Skokie, where he worked. We lived in the NW burbs, and his major memories of the city itself are what one can see from the Dan Ryan Expressway, which is why Cisco’s post touched me.
          Providence is a beautiful city, but so far ED is limiting himself to I-95 and hospital parking lots. I did get him to the zoo. 😉 In the fall they light up the rivers with bonfires, line the banks with art exhibits, and have gondola rides that snake through city. My college buddies and I are planning a trip into the city, and we’re just going to toss him in a car.

          • DeniseVB says:

            My first visit to Chicago (’91) was with my 10yr old dd for a week long National Recreational Figure Skating comp that was held at 5 suburban Chicago rinks. Our VB skating club picked a Skokie hotel as home base and we had a fabulous time. It was such a great excuse to visit that city. The one day we had no flights, we took the EL into the city for a day. Pretty much, the rides and boat tours at Navy Pier consumed most of the itinerary geared for a 10 yo. We may have taken in the Field Museum which was close by. Then in ’07 went alone for that YKos thing at the McCormick Center, and finished up exploring the great amenities of the city. Love that town !

          • elliesmom says:

            Was one of the suburban rinks in the middle of the mall in Schaumberg? I taught my daughter to stand up on skates there. I wouldn’t call what she did skating. She still can’t skate. lol A few years ago my son went to the Chicago area on business. When he realized where he was, he had someone do a short video of him skating on that rink. He’s pretty good. He captioned it with something obnoxious like only a little brother can and sent it to her. He wasn’t born yet when we lived there, but he’d be fun for me to take along on a visit. My grandson is still begging for a trip to NYC. My boys have more of a sense of adventure than ED does.

      • Cisco says:

        Back in the day when the speed limit,hmmm.(🤔) limit was 70 MPH you definitely had to have your wits about you.

  21. helenk3 says:

    not sure if you can deduct your donation

  22. Cisco says:

    Losers don’t want to play because their losers. Or maybe Dem’s are afraid of another deranged Dem shooter.
    Gutless pukes.
    https://www.weaselzippers.us/392522-dnc-refuses-to-play-rnc-in-time-honored-softball-game/

    • Cisco says:

      Just using sex as another attempt to separate and divide Americans.
      And it’s none of the Governments ‘effen business. NONE😡
      Kamlia tells me her’s, I’ll tell her mine.

  23. Myiq2xu™ says:

  24. helenk3 says:

    https://www.campusreform.org/?ID=11176

    democratic socialist set up offices in college campuses

    • Cisco says:

      Most if not all college campuses are nests of socialist anyway, not surprised at all.
      Plenty of customers there.

  25. Myiq2xu™ says:

    • Anthony says:

      I watched Jon Good testify during the live broadcast of the trial. A couple hours later, I couldn’t find anything on any search engine about him or his testimony. Mind you, he was the ONLY eye witness who saw the whole thing go down while watching from his patio.

      “Most conspicuously absent from the first hour was Jon Good, the closest of the eyewitnesses to the shooting. Good told the Sanford P.D. immediately after the shooting, “So I open my door. It was a black man with a black hoodie on top of the other, either a white guy or now I found out I think it was a Hispanic guy with a red sweatshirt on the ground yelling out help! And I tried to tell them, get out of here, you know, stop or whatever, and then one guy on top in the black hoodie was pretty much just throwing down blows on the guy kind of MMA [mixed martial arts]-style.”

      • John Denney says:

        Here’s Zimmerman’s 911 call:

        Trayvon’s house was 80 yards from where Zimmerman’s vehicle was parked. Trayvon was a football player. How long does it take a high school football player to run 100 yards?

        Yeah, Trayvon was home while Zimmerman was still on the phone. But he turned back, and stalked and attacked Zimmerman. Rachel confirmed that scenario on the witness stand.

  26. helenk3 says:

    https://townhall.com/tipsheet/katiepavlich/2018/08/01/finally-man-who-murdered-brian-terry-extradicted-to-us-n2505630

    will the DOJ bring him to justice or will they find some dem to make excuses and free him?

  27. Cisco says:

    Gee. It’s only his 3rd DUI and he’s only a 5 time deportee. Gib me chonce mon.
    I hope he’s still able to vote in the mid-terms.
    https://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2018/08/01/five-time-illegal-alien-deportee-gets-9-months-in-jail-for-felony-dui-id-fraud/

  28. Anthony says:

    I wonder how Democratic Socialsts plan on explaining THIS one away? A swarm of 7 Mexican nationalists perpetrated a smash ‘n grab robbery in a Texas mall jewelry store. Dumbasses got caught too lol

    https://www.newsmax.com/thewire/mexicans-gang-robbery-texas-mall/2018/07/31/id/874676/

  29. Cisco says:

    It’s not worth opening folks, but just be aware, the flinging of bovine fecal matter has begun.
    Biden ahead by 7 points? Give me a ‘effen break.
    https://www.politico.com/story/2018/08/01/biden-trump-2020-elections-752979

  30. Cisco says:

    Well, if I was living in Lawrence KS, I’d Vote yes on Ordinance 9324. But that’s just me.

    • DeniseVB says:

      😀 Reminds me of my son’s 6th grade science fair project. A nice terrarium with a mantis egg sack. Unfortunately the screen top was not fine enough for the hatchlings, they all escaped before the “judging”. He didn’t win 😛

    • foxyladi14 says:

      🤣

  31. Dora says:

    • DandyTIger says:

      Um, he kind of says this nearly every day. Must be a slow news day.

    • driguana says:

      I have a sneaking suspicion that Trump is going to wait until just before the mid-term elections to demand all of the documents that have been suppressed to date. That will throw everything into turmoil and look really bad for the Mueller investigation, the FBI, the CIA, the Dems and many others. It would be a brilliant move on his part.

      • Anthony says:

        He will probably redact each and every one of them and make the info public. I’d say that would be a dandy October surprise, and I’m sure he has more than one of those up his sleeve

  32. DeniseVB says:

    Frank Sinatra Movie Theme on TCM today. Or watch the news? Nah 😉

    • Cisco says:

      “Pal Joey” then “Suddenly” back to back movies this month.
      Shows Sinatra’s great acting range.
      From the role of a hopeful club owner, to the role of a cold hearted presidential assassinan.

  33. DeniseVB says:

  34. Cisco says:

    Press briefing with Sarah “Warrior Princess” at 1pm EDT
    Vice-President Pence delivers remarks at an Honorable Carry Ceremony 7:15 EDT.
    Honorable Carry Ceremony for the Remains of American Service Members Who Fell in the Korean War

    Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, HI

    • foxyladi14 says:

      Wonderful!!

      • Cisco says:

        A snippet from the Daily Caller.
        Bless you Vice-President Pence.
        On our way here, the vice president made intentional stop in California. We picked up probably the two most important passengers on that plane: a man and woman who were 4 and 3 years old — little girl and little boy in the 1950s — when they sent their father[s], then young men, both pilots, both first lieutenants, both went to fight in the Korean War and they recalled to me and recalled in media reports that last hug and that last kiss to their father before they went to that war and ultimately never came home, both shot down, remains never found. They dedicated their lives for the last 60 years finding out what happened to their fathers, what happened though those patriots, warriors who went to fight for us, for every generation of Americans.
        Hegseth also noted that the ceremony has a very personal meaning for Pence, whose own father was a Korean War combat veteran who did make it home. He explained:

        Americans have spilled blood on foreign continents for decades, Korea being a great example. The forests, the mountains, the riverbeds, the jungles, the forgotten places in the forgotten war. Those men can not and should not ever be forgotten. Speaks to the commitment of our government and speaks to the commitment of President Trump and Vice President Pence.

        The mood on that plane, guys, was as somber and serious and honorable as I have ever seen, this vice president, very focused, it’s personal to him to, as you’ve mentioned. His father was a combat veteran in Korea who did come home. His father had always told him those heroes are the guys who never came home. Those same words come from the lips of guys like myself and Marcus Lutrell and Sean Parnell and vets of every generation. We know who to truly remember and today we remember them.
        I’m afraid to watch. I’m out of Kleenex.

  35. Myiq2xu™ says:

    • Myiq2xu™ says:

  36. lyn says:

    If you want to see the air quality from fires, click here. The air quality in the Klamath Basin is worse than those areas where the fires are.

    https://oraqi.deq.state.or.us/home/map

  37. Myiq2xu™ says:

    Between college and law school I took at least six different classes on constitutional law. Each of those classes had multiple exams. I don’t recall ever seeing an exam question or a professor lecture that even mentioned the emoluments clause.

  38. lyn says:

    It looks like Mark “Melania is a Ho” Roberts took down his congressional campaign Facebook page. Here’s another article.

    https://mediaequalizer.com/martin-walsh/2018/08/twitter-refuses-to-take-action-after-dem-candidate-calls-melania-hoebag-hooker

  39. DeniseVB says:

    New thread up !

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