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Queens Fish Bar 5:52 Wed Feb 6
Donald Trump coming to UK Nov 19
Post Brexit, with everyone more pissed off than ever (perhaps still scavenging for food), there are going to be some serious counter-demonstrations.

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HairyHammer 2:03 Sat Feb 9
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Apparently he just had his medical where his personal Doctor said he had the strength of twelve men the eyesight of a hawk the brain of Einstein the hair of Samson and the Penis of John Holmes but much thicker.
The doctor also beamed at how Trump was put on a running machine and smashed several world records up to 10 000 metres but had to leave to play some Golf at Mar a lago he also claimed that the Urine of the President was tested and that it had high traces of orange in it which tasted better than any orange juice he had ever tasted before. When asked about bone Spurs the doctor laughed and said that America had definitely had the misfortune not to have what could have been the greatest soldier ever because of that prior medical condition which has simply now gone away.

ChillTheKeel 1:45 Sat Feb 9
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He's got some way to go to beat Dubya's gaffs though, Norway.

ChillTheKeel 1:44 Sat Feb 9
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He's a sex case Trannie!

Queens Fish Bar 1:44 Sat Feb 9
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Trump is a Russian puppet.

norwaytips 11:58 Fri Feb 8
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It must have cost the Bush family a fortune, to get Trump elected.
Still, at least the most ignorant, inarticulate President, will no longer be a member of the Bush clan.

GreenStreetPlayer 10:33 Thu Feb 7
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Food loving left liberal luvvies.

ChillTheKeel 2:17 Thu Feb 7
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GreenStreetPlayer 1:38

Who exactly on the Left do the BBC like then?

Gloucester Iron 2:03 Thu Feb 7
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Presiding over a country that just fucking loves a deranged gunman with a bug up his arse about life in general, how this complete fuckwit has so far dodged the bullet is quite remarkable...

Carry on...

Hammer and Pickle 1:40 Thu Feb 7
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What he just said about migrant workers being a form of cruelty to the American working class is total economic illiteracy.

And it confirms he is a useful idiot.

GreenStreetPlayer 1:38 Thu Feb 7
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Russ of the BML 12:08 Thu Feb 7

Whipped up by the BBC who hate anyone who is not left.

Gavros 1:34 Thu Feb 7
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I happen to care greatly for Joko Widodo

Mad Dog 1:30 Thu Feb 7
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I give about as many fucks about trump as I do the Indonesian president or whatever they have. (Almost none)

Whether or not he's a fist he's the president of a huge international partner of ours. As far as I can tell he has every right to visit.

ChillTheKeel 1:17 Thu Feb 7
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I'll either be protesting against Effeminate US Presidential Trannies Who Believe Feelings Are Facts, or against Angry Yelly Men.

4ever-blowin-bubbles 1:05 Thu Feb 7
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about time he came over
we are allies with usa but no doubt there are going to be lots of protests

Coffee 12:44 Thu Feb 7
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Russ of the BML 12:08 Thu Feb 7

You make an interesting point.

I can't stand the man, because he's vulgar, coarse and objectionable on so many levels. I'm less tolerant of him, because he - as elected President of the USA - is supposed to be on 'our' side in global politics. And we should expect better of a man or woman in that position. If he were president of, say, Turkmenistan, I'd probably be far more tolerant of him, because he'd be just another loony leader of a country on the 'other' side. An object more of mirth than of derision. Not entirely logical, I know, but there you go.

But you're right -- people should be clear in their minds about what they're going to protest about.

Russ of the BML 12:08 Thu Feb 7
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Here we go. Watch all the leftie's come out en mass to shout and scream and show banners that they hate when, in fact, they don't have a fucking clue why they do apart from him being "a bully".

ChillTheKeel 12:06 Thu Feb 7
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The problem with Clinton is....... she's HARD YELLY MAN.

ironsofcanada 11:31 Thu Feb 7
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Mike Oxsaw 11:24 Thu Feb 7

The problem with Clinton is that she knows how to work the system, she had the whole Democratic party beholden to her in her run up.

She would be able to do worse things than Trump has been able to do, more smoothly and more discretely. In my opinion of course.

ironsofcanada 11:26 Thu Feb 7
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ChillTheKeel 11:20 Thu Feb 7

- The first quote is yours, mate.

- the third is a quote from no one

- and the second refers to something much earlier in the discussion than the neologism

Being super honest again, I see.

Mike Oxsaw 11:24 Thu Feb 7
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All this anti-Trump sentiment might just be a symptom of the sickness in the system coming to a head and Clinton may well have suffered the same (from different people, obviously - or maybe not).

People may have begun to realised how disenfranchised they have become from the world of the politicians and Trump (/the EU) present themselves as suitable and ready targets at which to vent that frustration.

The cause is easy to identify - the politicians themselves. They've spent years/decades setting up a nice cosy cartel for themselves and those they can use, leaving everybody else feeling powerless and isolated.

ChillTheKeel 11:20 Thu Feb 7
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'Hard yelly man' are fancy words'
'Somewhat latinate syntax but adults understand what it means.' 'No wait, it's actually a Neologism'.


How the fuck do you function?

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