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HipKat last won the day on January 8

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About HipKat

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    PhIlLyFaGgOtS r StOoPit....
  • Birthday 10/15/1964


  • How long have you been a Buffalo fan?
    47 Years

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  1. 30 years ago?? That was 2003 Doughy??? smh.....
  2. Nope, not wrong. Gay men are typical clean cut. Like you. Fact! I notice you aren't disputing the lack of a wife or kids, gay boy. Hey, Blowman, your first BJ, did you spit or swallow?
  3. That's not trashing the US. That's pointing out that there are dumbfucks, unlike people here that are incapable of accepting the truth and are instead pushing a fucked up agenda based on lies which is luckily resulting in them being over 90% of the people who are dying from Covid. Suicidal dipshits...
  4. You know ironically, everybody I've ever met that was gay was clean cut. I never met anybody that was gay that looks like I do in this picture. Not one time And then, let's factor in the I don't believe you've ever been married or that you've ever had children or that you have a family now so I think you're lying. I think you're the one that is faggy. You seem to hit all the check boxes.
  5. I'm hoping that Buffalo will start the game with the ball and just like this week March down the field and get the first score.
  6. Get that post count up Skippy
  7. @SackMan518 I'm not really sure what you're trying to say here, because if you're trying to say that NPR is slightly left of center, no shit! That really has nothing to do with the fact that they're reporting passes fact checks and the places where you get your news from fail fact checks on a regular basis. It also dispels your belief that anything that leans left is a lie but supports the fact that most of what leans write these days actually is a lie
  8. Are these more examples of that high-dollar journalism degree that you got?
  9. It's funny how polling didn't matter when it concerned Donald Trump's numbers, which by the way at this point in his presidency were worse than Joe Biden's. What exactly is it that he failed on? He passed infrastructure. He rolled out vaccines and continues to. You may not personally agree with it but rejoining the Paris Accord isn't achievement, not a fail. You guys applauded Donald Trump for all of the federal judges that he appointed, and Joe Biden is doing the same thing at just as rapid a pace. That submarine deal that pissed off the French is actually an achievement when it comes to showing Force against China in partnership with Australia. I know you guys don't like China so that should be a plus one for you. We can both agree that inflation is out of control but only one of us will admit that it's due to the pandemic, not you, and most other economic indicators show that we are in a stronger economy than may appear. Like I posted in the other thread, oil production is on its way back up again. Obviously, he has failed at some things also but then, so does every president. Tbh, the things that you side list as fails are only fails because they appeal to your hatred of the left. The border is a mess, but it's been a mess for fucking generations. Now I know that this is the point where you will jump in and proclaim to everybody that reads us how much I love Joe Biden but that's just because you refuse to accept the truth that when it comes to the way you vilify his presidency, it's mostly based on fucking lies.
  10. Yeah I agree, it is pretty funny how you rely on lies instead of facts. But when you live in an agenda driven life, I guess that's what you get
  11. Sorry, I meant Republicans... Here is a recent article pointing out that Republicans, not democrats tend to print money. And give examples of Trump literally printing new money at the start of the pandemic, that went specifically to Republican friendly corporations. Then six months later, in just the last three and half months before the election, Trump had $3 Trillion dollars printed, because he wanted to boost the economy as a selling point to his voters. His fed chair told him "The idea behind putting money into the economy was to drive down interest rates and hope that people and businesses borrow and spend more, and in the process revive the American economy." Later articles explain how they printed new money just to do things like buy hundreds of millions of dollars worth of Hydroxychloroquine, that was stockpiled and never used, but made the pharmaceutical company very rich regardless. It's been an historic week for the U.S. with president Donald Trump signing a record $2.2 trillion coronavirus-induced emergency stimulus package. The massive cross-party rescue deal is designed to help Americans and businesses cope with the economic shutdown caused by the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic. The U.S. dollar has taken a beating, however, dropping almost 4% against a basket of currencies this week—its biggest weekly loss since the height of the global financial crisis over 10 years ago. This week's losses come on the back of the dollar index's biggest weekly gain since the financial crisis, with the dollar surging as investors scrambled for the world’s most liquid currency amid crashing stock and debt markets. "In short-term, huge dollar demand because short-covering, but it won't last," Wall Street veteran and founder of Wyoming-based crypto bank Avanti, Caitlin Long, said via Twitter, adding she expects the U.S. Federal Reserve's balance sheet to top $10 trillion before the coronavirus crisis is over and predicting the dollar's eventual crash. On top the of the massive economic aid package, the Fed has been working hard to prop up plunging markets—with mixed results despite its shock-and-awe firepower. Potential risks of the combined cross-party rescue bill and Fed's biggest-ever bazooka include out-of-control inflation, the dollar's displacement as the world's funding currency, and the complete destabilization of the U.S. financial system. The Fed has also cut its benchmark interest rate to near zero and made sure commercial banks will continue lending to companies, cities and states—all told the extraordinary measures are expected to grow the Fed's balance sheet by $4.5 trillion this year. Throughout and in the aftermath of the global financial crisis the Fed grew its balance sheet by a paltry $3.7 trillion. "The beautiful thing about our country is $6.2 trillion—because it is 2.2 plus four [combining the Fed's action and the cross-party rescue bill]—it’s $6.2 trillion, and we can handle that easily because of who we are, what we are," Trump said, speaking after the bill's historic White House signing ceremony, and boasting the package was "twice as large" as any prior relief bill. The bill will see individuals and companies whose livelihoods and businesses have been affected by the coronavirus pandemic receive direct payments, with every American earning less than $75,000 per year picking up a one off payment of $1,200, as well as $500 per child. "It’s our money; we are the ones, it’s our currency," Trump said. Critics of the historic stimulus measures have warned about the possibility of inflation, with many in the bitcoin and cryptocurrency community urging people to explore scarce digital assets. "Fiat money is getting more plentiful. Bitcoin is getting more scarce," Anthony Pompliano, a well-known bitcoin advocate and partner at bitcoin and crypto-focused hedge fund Morgan Creek Digital, said via Twitter, alluding to bitcoin's upcoming May halving event where the supply of new bitcoin being created will be cut by half overnight and putting bitcoin directly at odds with the Fed's money printing program. Meanwhile, Trump has said he expects the U.S. to be open for business again by April 12, Easter Sunday—a goal that's been widely derided as impossible. Regardless of when the country opens up again, it will against a wildly different economic landscape.
  12. Ironically, I had a customer last summer who escaped Ukraine when Russia invaded Crimea and we had a conversation about how American politics are starting to look more and more like the part of the world that she comes from
  13. Why watch highly credible NPR when you can just rely on your spoon-fed, lying anti-left media sites instead, right? NPR (National Public Radio) Last updated on April 3rd, 2021 at 10:34 am LEFT-CENTER BIAS These media sources have a slight to moderate liberal bias. They often publish factual information that utilizes loaded words (wording that attempts to influence an audience by using appeal to emotion or stereotypes) to favor liberal causes. These sources are generally trustworthy for information but may require further investigation. See all Left-Center sources. Overall, we rate NPR (National Public Radio) Left-Center Biased based on story selection that leans slightly left and Very High for factual reporting due to thorough sourcing and very accurate news reporting. Failed Fact Checks None in the Last 5 years
  14. The ONLY people who think that are MAGA-fucktards like you, still butt hurt over your orange God getting his ass handed to him in, how many losses now? 2 Popular votes, an electoral college, have we gotten to 100 court cases/audits. recounts yet?? Killing our energy independence?? Let's just correct you on that, too U.S. Oil Production May Increase By 900,000 Bpd Next Year U.S. producers slashed their output dramatically during the pandemic, from a record-high 13 million bpd in early 2020, to 11 million bpd in December 2020. Currently, production is around 11.9 million bpd, according to the Energy Information Administration.
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