W.O.O.T. – The Art of the Troll

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102 Responses to W.O.O.T. – The Art of the Troll

  1. DeniseVB says:

    Trump Rally on OAN now.

    • Myiq2xu™ says:

      I convinced Mom to switch from ABC News and CNN to OAN.

      “Why are you always yelling at my television?”
      “Because you’re always watching ABC News and CNN.”

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  4. helenk3 says:


    doubt that msm will cover this but it is important and will make a great difference for those who need prescription medicine

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  7. DeniseVB says:

    Whoa, what an eye wall looks like coming ashore….

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  10. mothy2017 says:

    I noticed every time the dims call to violence was mentioned today it was coupled with Michelle O’s very different stance. Are they setting her up to portray the healer.
    I don’t think killary and bill want to be out on the road. I think it’s an order.

  11. mothy2017 says:

    This guy/girl/X’er was like it was when I stepped into a bar to get out of a vicious storm. Screaming as everyone ignored them. When the two guys were screaming midvafternoon about Jesus and Judas all I could think was it was scripted. Go in and upset normal people. No one took their bait.
    But it felt like this

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  15. Dora says:

    Some of the names are still familiar.

    • DeniseVB says:

      There used to be a channel that ran classic SNL marathons from the seasons they were actually funny. Probably because they were hysterically politically incorrect 😀

  16. DeniseVB says:

    Today’s democratic talking points and photo. How dare he party while this man suffers……..

    • cynic says:

      Seriously? did they forget this???
      Obama admits that playing golf after denouncing beheading of American journalist looked bad

      or how about him heading to Vegas for a fundraiser a day after Benghazi!

    • taw46 says:

      I guess he should be there picking up debris off the road. Would that make them happy? Nah.

      • taw46 says:

        Presidents always walk a fine line with their actions when a disaster/tragedy occurs. Will always be criticized, no matter what they do. In this case, she is silly to say that Florida is not getting help while he is at a rally. All federal/state agencies were in place before the hurricane hit.

        • Somebody says:

          We’re Floridians, we can handle the aftermath of a hurricane and we’re definitely not snowflakes. Also, we have no desire for our Govenor hug and hold hands with POTUS and walk along the beach (not that either men would consider such a stunt)

          • DeniseVB says:

            Scenes of the damage are heartbreaking, but beach towns will always feel the devastation harder, especially the older constructed buildings that will flatten like pancakes. Taking a direct hit from the eye of a “historic” hurricane never ends well. Notice the buildings left standing? Probably CBC, cinder block and rebar framed, not wood. My son’s house was CBC and withstood direct hits from Katrina, Rita and Wilma when they passed over. The panhandle will rebuild, thankfully, with CBC rules, they’ll last forever 🙂

            I’m not seeing piles of cinder blocks in the damage photos.

    • Cisco says:

      Come on folks.
      We knew this was going to happen.
      And we knew that there would be ab-so-f’kng-lutely NO mention of Ozero’s behavior after these tragedies.
      Last night after Trump signed that E/O, a little girlie-poo reporter asked, “is it appropriate that you attend a rally during this crisis”?
      Trump gave a polite answer about not disappointing the people waiting, some since the night before and that all emergency preparedness was in force.
      It was the first thing he mentioned as he opened the ceremony.
      I would have told her, weren’t you f’king listening.!
      See, that’s why Trump is President and I’m not.

    • helenk3 says:

      In the middle of a hurricane that was horrific would the coming of a president with all the hoopla involved really helped or would it have been a distraction for emergency personnel that were needed to help with the emergency? some times common sense is really a lost cause in this country. He can come down when things have calmed down and he and governor scott can tell people where to get the federal and state aid they need. this makes sense to me

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  18. Dora says:

    It couldn’t have anything to do with the refugees, could it?


    First cases were in MN, then CO the last two days and now WA.

    Multiple Washington Children Hospitalized With Rare, Mysterious Polio-Like Illness That Causes Paralysis


    • mothy2017 says:

      Pittsburgh too.
      The town right next to me has at least one little girl hospitalized. The news hasn’t said where the other two cases are from. Comments in the news story arevsaying same thing about refugees. Article says they don’t know how it spreads. My mom has gone crazy trying to research it. A few theories about polio vaccination s in Africa and those who refused now carrying a mutated virus. I don’t know, but it is frightening. Four houses back from mine is that district.

      Right now all they can do is ease the pain. So scary and sad. Why does it seem it’s just kids? Did adults not get polio? I would lose my fucking my mind.

      • elliesmom says:

        Polio is transmitted through feces that contain the virus. Little kids are more likely to come in contact with the virus, but adults can get it, too. Usually through travel. Polio is also one of those “boomerang” diseases that revisits adults who had it as a child. Not everyone who gets polio is paralyzed. One of my childhood friends had it. She spent some time wearing a leg brace, but eventually got her full mobility back.

        • Mt.Laurel says:

          My Dad had the boomerrang of polio hit him in his late 60s It is when my parents switched to a Mr Coffee maker rather than the percolator. Dad could not hold the coffee pot and pour. With the four cup drip he could handle on his own. He always had to wear heavy special order shoes (one leg was left shorter and withered ) but most people never noticed unless they saw the shoes. They just thought he had a jaunty gait. He had to add a knee brace to keep his balance later in life. But never needed crutches or a cane. He used to meet up with fellow polio survivors a couple times a year for dinner or an outing and they were one of the most positive groups of people I have ever encountered. They would be horrified to find that all their efforts (many volunteered for studies to find a cure and many went into medical research for this and other diseases) were not enough to match the incompetency and carelessness of TPTB.

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    Not a whole lot of people get to see this, the eye of a storm. I hope I never do. By the way, he has a video of the other side of the eye wall moving in after this blue sky. Amazing, but scary.

  21. helenk3 says:

    now this I can admire NIKE for doing

  22. taw46 says:

    Did anyone see drone video of Mexico Beach that The Weather Channel just previewed? Unbelievable, pretty little town just about wiped out by the hurricane. I saw damage like that in Homestead after Andrew. You never forget those images. Homestead was pretty much wiped out, took a long time, but they rebuilt it.

    • taw46 says:

      Here’s a drone video.

    • dm says:

      I honeymooned in Key West and we had to drive through Homestead post hurricane by like 3 weeks. War zone is a pretty accurate description…looked like bombs went off everywhere…simply unbelievable.

    • blowme0bama says:

      It looked worse than that down here after Katrina. On the block immediately south of the office there was a pile of rubble 12-15 feet high that stretched east and west as far as you could observe. It was amazing that they were able to clean the debris within a year’s time.

      • taw46 says:

        The Keys looked a lot like Mexico Beach after Irma. Many trees down, and some neighborhoods (like in Big Pine Key) wiped out. The trees remaining had branches snapped and they were stripped of leaves. Although lots of damage around us, no one lost their house. And Key West was even luckier, what a difference 10 miles makes. It all depends if you are within that eyewall (we were on the very edge of the west eyewall, the “better” side to be).

  23. swanspirit says:

    I thought all of the Roseanne reruns were pulled??? I am watching some right now on CMT!!! I wonder what is going on?

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    • DeniseVB says:

      TVLand’s running their Saturday marathons again too. I think they’ve been released again to appease her fans so they’ll tune into The Connors. The Rabid (I mean rabid as in burning down ABC) Roseanne FB groups are pleased, but still not watching The Connors.

      • dm says:

        I wouldn’t consider myself a rabid fan, but I do get seriously annoyed with these types of decisions so I am boycotting ABC…although I still record The Good Doctor and Shark Tank for the spouse. Same way with Criminal Minds, they fired the main character and Lethal Weapon…again, I record them for the husband but I refuse to watch. I know…stubborn, right?

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  27. DeniseVB says:

    One of my favorite PDJT stories …..

  28. helenk3 says:

    On tv show outnumbered they were talking about how women were going to vote in this election.
    the dem saying how women were mad over the treatment they got over the last two years from the republicans, so they would vote dem.
    since I am a deplorable dreg, who only voted how my late husband told me to do so, I guess I will vote republican. How the hell do the dems think those comments from them about women will be forgotten? The women seeing through the christine ford fiasco will vote with their brains and it will not be democratic I am more insulted by the dems and what they think of woman, then I am with the republicans who have shown respect for the brains of a female many times

    • Constance says:

      I know! I am so sick of these Democrat clown women (no offense to clowns) who jump in front of cameras to mug victim-hood I could puke. That idiot bitch who was clawing at the door of the court is enough to put me off Democrats for the next decade. It further irritated me that she wore a matched head to toe outfit in that cranberry color that is apparently the color of the year for her fake pathetic claw.

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  31. SHV says:

    Angie posted this at Instapundit, rebuttal of: “PT is just a lucky bumbling fool” (It’s good)

    “The “Trump is an idiot who lucked into the Presidency” is a NeverTrump/Dem (but I repeat myself) delusional fantasy. They can’t accept that he beat them & won.
    And you know what — yes, Trump could predict what was going to happen with Kavanaugh — he saw it happen with Roy Moore and it happened (to a lesser extent) with him right before the election (by the way, where are those 10 or so women who claimed Trump “sexually assaulted” them?) and after with Stormy & her lies (yes, she was paid to *not* accept the $ Gloria Allred was handing out to make up tales about Trump).
    That’s why Trump chose Kavanaugh — a Bush guy with a pristine rep among the GOPe — if Trump had chosen *anyone* else, you wouldn’t have seen Bush making a public statement on his behalf and lobbying people behind the scenes. You certainly wouldn’t have seen NeverTrump a–holes like Brett Stephens being *grateful* Trump was standing behind Kavanaugh. Trump picking Kavanaugh *proves* he knew what was coming.
    This is the thing that the nitwit Dems and NeverTrump don’t “get” — they aren’t very smart and they are 100% predictable. Only the totally blind couldn’t see how the Dems had high jacked the #MeToo b.s. to turn it into a political weapon to use against Republicans/white men in general. Sure, they had to sacrifice some low hanging fruit of their own (Weinstein — he was out of $ anyway and 90% of Hollywood was chomping at the bit to take him down for being such a jack*ss for so long, Al Franken, etc) but with the Moore special election and the Stormy and the Creepy Porn Lawyer lies it was obvious which way the wind was blowing.

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  33. mothy2017 says:

    I think people here are starting to wake up to the “diversity” scam. Taxes keep going up and up and up. My neighbors are higher than their mortgage. Property, school, and wage. Charities own all the homes that refugees have been housed in. They get set up in businesses that pay no taxes for 7 years after 7 years they bring over family which then pay no taxes for 7 years The Church pays no taxes for which they get paid top dollar rent by the government. There are hundreds of such homes in my town of 10,000. That money has to come from somewhere. I think Section 8 gets some sort of rebate as well. Everyone is bitching about how over the last ten years things have doubled. Water and sewage are now over 200/month, yet most have the diversity is our strength signs in the yard. My house was paid off, but refinanced. The bank keeps my monthly payment pretty low, higher taxes just mean longer life for the loan. I don’t feel it monthly. Young couples move in and out all the time. Older people on fixed incomes have to sell. When I was in high school there was no tangible income gap amongst residents. Some were poor(me) and others were comfortable. The school is nothing special. Small. I have nothing against these families that are looking for a better way. I would crawl across glass to give da brat the best I could, but when ozero used HUD to diversify I argued with people there would be a cost. No I was racist. Now its section 8, refugee housing and much more affluent. Money has to come from somewhere. Progs live in a fantasy world. They do not understand actions have consequences. Feels good to welcome until you have to open your checkbook. Like I said people are waking up. I would move, but crud loves her school.

  34. helenk3 says:


    so is it ok to say gang instead of mob?
    you know like the MS13 gang, Al Capone’s old gang and so on?

  35. Cisco says:

    A message from the Central Committee Commissar.
    Bernie Sanders
    Dear Sisters and Brothers,

    We are in a pivotal moment in American history, and the election on November 6 will determine, to a very significant degree, the future direction of our country.

    Do we continue with a one-party, right-wing government in Washington led by a pathological liar with strong authoritarian tendencies? Or, do we stand up to Trump and fight for an agenda that represent all Americans, and not just the 1%?

    That’s what this election is all about.

    So today, I am happy to share that I will be going out on the campaign trail for an eight-day, nine-state tour with stops in Indiana, Michigan, South Carolina, Iowa, Wisconsin, Arizona, Colorado, Nevada and California.

    In these states, I am going to do everything I can to win support for progressive candidates for the U.S. Senate, the U.S. House, Governor and state legislature.

    In the midterm election of 2014, the United States had the lowest voter turnout since World War II. The result: Republicans won landslide victories all across the country. That has got to change, and that is what this campaign swing is all about.

    Along with the candidates, I’m going to do everything I can to get working people and young people involved in the political process and to the polls.

    I hope to see some of you at these events, but today I want to ask you to help fund this effort to elect candidates who will lead the fight to stand up to Donald Trump.

    Can you make a $3 donation to support my re-election campaign and my efforts to elect progressive candidates all across the county? I would not ask if this were not important. I cannot do it without your help.

    It has never been more important for millions of working people and progressives all across this country to come together, to take a stand against authoritarianism and oligarchy. Our job is to revitalize American democracy, end the collapse of the middle class, and to create a nation of economic, social, racial, and environmental justice.

    At a time when Republicans want to suppress the vote, we have to increase voter turnout. At a time when Republicans continue their war against women, we have to elect more women to local, state and federal offices, and at a time when Trump wants to throw 32 million people off the health care they have, we have got to guarantee health care to all as a right not a privilege through a Medicare-for-all, single-payer program.

    In this election, we must not only defeat the Trump agenda, but we must also fight for a government that represents all of us. That’s why I am going out on the road to support a number of great progressive candidates before November’s election.

    And I am thankful to know that we are in this fight together and the political revolution continues.

    In solidarity,

    Bernie Sanders

    “Pathological liar with strong authoritarian tendencies”
    For a second there I thought Bernie was talking about Hillary, seeing how she screwed him out of the Democrat nomination.

    • John Denney says:

      Commies are big on promoting democracy.

      Gang rape is democracy in action – all but one person were in favor of it, so it’s the will of the people.

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