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General discussion / Re: The Many Faces of US Politics...
« on: October 01, 2022, 03:42:44 PM »
Lol nowhere in that waffle is there anything resembling drink bleach. It's ok, admit you got it wrong and we'll move on. It happens.

He did mention injecting it tho.

He never told anyone to drink or inject anything. He said it could be researched as an option (he was wrong).

Before the press conference he had been briefed by scientists how light could eradicate the virus and how it reacted to disinfectant. He's picked this up wrong and said it could be looked at for use in humans already infected.

It was a gaff.
He did not tell anyone to drink bleach.

His words were very dangerous and his scientific advisers were stunned by his words. He has many, many idiotic supporters and there were reports of more than a few who tried his bleach/disinfectant advice. Biden doesnít get serious stuff like that wrong. Trumpís love in with Putin gave putin all the encouragement he needed to prepare for war and weíre all paying for it now.

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General discussion / Re: The Many Faces of US Politics...
« on: October 01, 2022, 01:33:33 PM »
I'm also no fan of Trump but he never use the words "drink" or "bleach".
People are so bloody partisan that they still believe any rubbish if it confirms their bias.

Youd also think Trump won in 2020 the way some people go on. Man is living rent free in some heads.

And then I see the disinfectant, where it knocks it out in one minute. And is there a way we can do something like that, by injection inside or almost a cleaning, because you see it gets in the lungs and it does a tremendous number on the lungs, so itíd be interesting to check that, so that youíre going to have to use medical doctors with, but it sounds interesting to me. So, weíll see, but the whole concept of the light, the way it kills it in one minute. Thatís pretty powerful.

Thatís trumpís quote. Youíre defending it because he didnít use the word bleach but he did use the word disinfectant which is bleach based almost always. What gets me is that some people who are constantly criticising biden also gave trump a complete bye ball. Biden has generally done a great job as president so far. Heís made the odd gaffe but nothing close to the thing trump said and did. I agree though that itís a sad indictment of the USA that the last 2 presidents have been trump and biden.

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General discussion / Re: The Many Faces of US Politics...
« on: October 01, 2022, 11:56:23 AM »
Just saw the Biden video. It's scary that this man has the nuclear codes. I pity him.

At least he hasnít reached the level of wearing his trousers back to front or telling people to drink bleach. And also, fair play to him he pays his taxes.

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Derry / Re: Derry Club Football & Hurling
« on: September 29, 2022, 03:48:01 PM »
Its flawed concept though, even though I agree they should have just left it. There are teams like  who havent won a match all year and could stay up at last minute

County board laid all out at start of year. Any complaints about format should of been made then. All teams knew what was happening. Teams that go down surely arenít good enough for 12 team senior football anyway??

wrong in my view. Coleriane bt Loup. Loup draw Claudy in the playoff, thats a gimme ffs. Bellaghy  bt Dungiven who could be in a semi after the weekend. Banagher and Clady in Swatraghs group giving Swa an easier seeding theoretically. Nothing between Ballinderry, Newbdrige, Dungiven Bellaghy Swatragh, Coleraine and Kilrea, a kick of a ball or bad luck on the day between them.

Kilreawere very good against us, they could hold their in a top league. Likewise Bellaghy and a couple of the others who could go down.

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General discussion / Re: Cost Of Living
« on: September 28, 2022, 02:31:02 PM »
f**k me you'd think we were all going to be living on the streets starving to listen to some of the nonsense here. Disaster capitalism, right wing think tanks. Log off for a while lads.

Ah so hundreds of pounds a month additional outgoings will be grand for everyone so.

If everyone is having to find a few hundred extra each month I could see quite a few having to hand big cars/jeeps back to go for more affordable options. My monthly payments arenít too bad and I donít intend to change car for a while. Some of those big range rovers/jags/Porsches though must have massive monthly payments.

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General discussion / Re: Cost Of Living
« on: September 26, 2022, 06:03:19 PM »
is tax cuts not good

They absolutely are. This is a good budget for intelligent people.

This aged well.

Maybe trailer is in the 1% and rolling in it and won't be relying on the NHS or social care in his twilight years...

Scandanavian countries have the highest taxation rates in the world and yet they regularly are rated the best countries to live in with regard to contentment among citizens.  Thatís because people know their taxes are going to provide really high quality public services including excellent health care systems and care for the elderly.

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General discussion / Re: The Many Faces of US Politics...
« on: September 25, 2022, 02:44:24 PM »
The charges are garbage

The banks arenít stupid-they have some of the best and brightest attorneys and accountants overseeing these loan applications

Their work is further scrutinized by auditors and regulators

2 Manhattan DAs , Cy Vance and Alvin Bragg investigated these same charges using the same evidence and neither brought criminal charges against Trump

But the bottom line is youíre on board with an AG targeting political opponents-fair enough

I am OK with wrongdoing being investigated and charges brought if there is a case there...  by your logical an AG can only prosecut those of a similar political preference....

to your first two point again, that hasn't prevented fraud, wrong doing  before so it is not 100%, this point seems lost on you..

if the charges are garage then surely Trump comes out stronger and cleaner.. he should welcome this type of challenge if nothing to hide...

Wrongdoing had already been investigated by 2 Separate Manhattan DAs and neither brought charges (and both  men would be considered hostile toward Trump)

And you are correct, if Trump gets off itís a win for him. (But this is a civil case so thereís a much lower threshold so who knows how it goes)

Letís just hope that justice is done then and if heís guilty that it finishes him once and for all.

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General discussion / Re: The Many Faces of US Politics...
« on: September 22, 2022, 07:47:03 PM »
by individuals in banks and potentially regulators... but my point is even with auditors, regulators etc. fraud and while collar crime exist and can unnoticed for years or never discovered...

If you read about fraud cases that have gone to court theyíve generally taken place over years and often decades.

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General discussion / Re: The Many Faces of US Politics...
« on: September 22, 2022, 05:37:11 PM »
One question I have is how did he pull this off?

Banks have governance boards, outside auditors, state regulators and a plethora of other entities that review and assess their lending activities

So either they were all in cahoots with him, they were outrageously incompetent or Trump is the biggest genius if the history of the world

He has been corrupt all his life. Heís used to not paying people or his taxes. These things usually catch up with people if you wait long enough. He should have been in jail decades ago but itíll be good to see him held to account eventually.

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General discussion / Re: The Many Faces of US Politics...
« on: September 22, 2022, 11:18:59 AM »
I would think that if there is legitimate cause to investigate as there is with Trump, then it should be done, regardless of who it is.

Itís clearer than EVER now that Trumpís 4 years in office wasnít a presidency, it was a crime spree orchestrated by a lifelong conman and enabled by nearly the entire Republican Party. Once Trump is thrown in prison, every single Republican coconspirator must be held accountable.

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General discussion / Re: The Many Faces of US Politics...
« on: September 21, 2022, 08:53:05 PM »
Iíll leave it to the legal minds but this NY AG press conference doesnít seem good for the ex-President
Initial thoughts

Real estate guys inflating property values for lending purposes and deflating them for tax purposes-itís been happening since the Stone Age

How many other real estate developers are currently being investigated for similar ďcrimesĒ or is Trump the only one?

These financial institutions have experts-highly educated, highly paid and experienced-who determine what the valuations are. They donít just take Trumps word for what a building or property is worth.

I think the tax aspect is probably more worrisome but if people are thinking this will finish him off-I wouldnít hold my breath

Will trump go down the same way as Al Capone, another American criminal who was eventually imprisoned for tax evasion.

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General discussion / Re: The Many Faces of US Politics...
« on: September 17, 2022, 07:32:57 AM »
I think J70 only gets exposed to good old fashioned working class Democrats down in the City

Up here in Massachusetts we have the extremely wealthy types-the ones whoíd sicken your fvckin hole with all their woke bvllshit.

God forbid a black person or a poor person would come within a mile of them or any one of their family members

Theyíre all for diversity until it shows up on their doorstep

Iíve shared the story on here before of a very wealthy couple in our town.  A regular working fella inherited his grandmothers house and moved in next door to them. They made his life a living hell with all types of frivolous border disputes. He didnít have the money to lawyer up so he put his house on the market. Guess who bought it and demolished it to enlarge their garden? Yep-the ones next door

They used to have a bumper sticker proclaiming to be the 99%. They currently have one of those signs in their yards that states:

In this House, we believe

Black Lives Matter
Womens rights are Human Rights
No Human is Illegal
Science is Real
Live is Live
Kindness is Everything

They must be terrible people if they believe in all those things. Imagine living your life by those mottos. Complete low lifes.

They obviously donít believe them ( or live them)  if their actions toward the neighbor are anything to go by. You see these signs all over the  wealthy  towns and these people would  $hit themselves if a black person or an illegal immigrant came within a mile of them or their kids

Itís virtue signaling of the highest order

Starting to understand your thinking now. Right wingers are just straight up c*nts, they donít even pretend to be nice and thatís why you like them.

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General discussion / Re: The Many Faces of US Politics...
« on: September 16, 2022, 10:36:51 PM »
I think J70 only gets exposed to good old fashioned working class Democrats down in the City

Up here in Massachusetts we have the extremely wealthy types-the ones whoíd sicken your fvckin hole with all their woke bvllshit.

God forbid a black person or a poor person would come within a mile of them or any one of their family members

Theyíre all for diversity until it shows up on their doorstep

Iíve shared the story on here before of a very wealthy couple in our town.  A regular working fella inherited his grandmothers house and moved in next door to them. They made his life a living hell with all types of frivolous border disputes. He didnít have the money to lawyer up so he put his house on the market. Guess who bought it and demolished it to enlarge their garden? Yep-the ones next door

They used to have a bumper sticker proclaiming to be the 99%. They currently have one of those signs in their yards that states:

In this House, we believe

Black Lives Matter
Womens rights are Human Rights
No Human is Illegal
Science is Real
Live is Live
Kindness is Everything

They must be terrible people if they believe in all those things. Imagine living your life by those mottos. Complete low lifes.

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General discussion / Re: The Official Golf Thread
« on: September 09, 2022, 07:02:13 PM »
Does anyone follow LIVGolf on Twitter? @LIVGolfInv

It really makes me want to puke, and puke again, and puke again, ad nauseum.

The BMW tournament has been reduced to 54 holes. Should really suit the LIV golfers now.

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GAA Discussion / Re: All Stars 2022
« on: September 09, 2022, 03:37:50 PM »
Pretty sure we will see a team announced from 2000 to 2022 just like the hurling so here is a first stab at that:
Cluxton
Marc OSe
Moynihan
Higgins
Mccarthy
McGeeney
McCaffrey
Fenton
Cavanagh
Connolly
Cooper
Kilkenny
Clifford
Con
Canavan

Some I couldn't get in
Dara and tomas Ose
Michael Murphy
Declan OSullivan
Ricey
Philip Jordan
Stephen. ONeill
Mcmahon and Cooper
Paul Flynn
James Odonoghue
Karl Lacey
Brian McGuigan

I dont disagree with any of the players above, but with a total Derry bias applied I think all of the following would be in contention for this team:
Sean Marty Lockhart
Kevin McCloy
Kevin McGuckian
Fergal Doherty
Paddy Bradley
Enda Muldoon

if ever a poster demonstrated an ability to stand back and not take off the red tainted glasses this post is it. Lockhart absolutely. You do realise that all these players all played together in the same Derry team that for years could not put back to back wins in the Ulster championship and you think there is a case for them to be in the best overall team of the past twenty years. FFs

If one Derry player was going to be there my choice would be Paddy Bradley. He was as good as any forward in Ireland in that period. If he was still playing he'd be Derry's best forward by a mile and I'm saying that as someone who rates Shane McGuigan highly.

Take a day off would you. Anytime it was put up to Bradley he folded like a deck chair ffs.

Paddy wouldn't have received the levels of vitriol and abuse from the hoards of Tyrone supporters if he wasn't as good as he was.
Derry's year hit hard

Every time it got sticky he walked off the panel.

As usual youíre showing complete ignorance. He only ever walked away once and it was towards the end of his career and nothing to do with stickiness. He destroyed lots of good defenders and was Derrys talisman for years. He was lightning fast, fearless, strong and extremely skilful. If he had any kind of decent support Derry wouldíve been a lot more successful. When we played Tyrone they usually put at least 2 but often 3 men on him and they were able to because the other forwards werenít close to his quality.

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