Trump as toddler meme

in reality, all of this has been a total load of old bollocks
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Trump as toddler meme

Postby Sam Stone » 23 Apr 2020, 12:41

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Re: The liar tweets tonight - very, very funny

Postby Flower » 23 Apr 2020, 13:02

Funny but oh so sad.
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Re: The liar tweets tonight - very, very funny

Postby souphound » 03 May 2020, 19:14

Excellent.
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Re: Mourning in America ad - vey, very sad

Postby Sam Stone » 05 May 2020, 12:40

Just changed the title

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Re: Mourning in America ad - vey, very sad

Postby The Prof » 05 May 2020, 13:12

It's good but it needs to propose some solutions.
How much would a Universal Basic Income cost for 6 months, for example?
and where and how that money could be found?

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Re: Mourning in America ad - vey, very sad

Postby Dr. Baron » 05 May 2020, 13:27

The Prof wrote:It's good but it needs to propose some solutions.
How much would a Universal Basic Income cost for 6 months, for example?
and where and how that money could be found?


The Lincoln Project is composed of pissed off Republicans. No way they're proposing those solutions.
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Re: Mourning in America ad - vey, very sad

Postby Jimbo » 05 May 2020, 13:34

Dr. Baron wrote:
The Prof wrote:It's good but it needs to propose some solutions.
How much would a Universal Basic Income cost for 6 months, for example?
and where and how that money could be found?


The Lincoln Project is composed of pissed off Republicans. No way they're proposing those solutions.


An interesting monkey wrench. Their manifesto says they''d prefer a Constitution following Democrat over Trump.
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Re: Mourning in America ad - vey, very sad

Postby Sam Stone » 05 May 2020, 13:46

The Prof wrote:
It's good but it needs to propose some solutions.




In a 60 second TV ad?
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Re: Mourning in America ad - vey, very sad

Postby Sam Stone » 05 May 2020, 13:50

Jimbo wrote:
Dr. Baron wrote:
The Prof wrote:It's good but it needs to propose some solutions.
How much would a Universal Basic Income cost for 6 months, for example?
and where and how that money could be found?


The Lincoln Project is composed of pissed off Republicans. No way they're proposing those solutions.


An interesting monkey wrench. Their manifesto says they''d prefer a Constitution following Democrat over Trump.



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Re: Mourning in America ad - vey, very sad

Postby The Prof » 05 May 2020, 14:17

Dr. Baron wrote:
The Prof wrote:It's good but it needs to propose some solutions.
How much would a Universal Basic Income cost for 6 months, for example?
and where and how that money could be found?


The Lincoln Project is composed of pissed off Republicans. No way they're proposing those solutions.

Oh right - I didn't realise.
I suppose that sounds a bit too Communist.

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Re: Mourning in America ad - vey, very sad

Postby Dr. Baron » 05 May 2020, 14:26

The Prof wrote:
Dr. Baron wrote:
The Prof wrote:It's good but it needs to propose some solutions.
How much would a Universal Basic Income cost for 6 months, for example?
and where and how that money could be found?


The Lincoln Project is composed of pissed off Republicans. No way they're proposing those solutions.

Oh right - I didn't realise.
I suppose that sounds a bit too Communist.


EXACTLY.
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Trump as toddler meme

Postby Sam Stone » 13 May 2020, 16:46

Just changed the video and title