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Gordon Sondland changes testimony and admits quid pro quo with Ukraine

In a significant reversal, a top us diplomat has changed his testimony Monday to the impeachment inquiry to now admit there was a quid pro quo linking US aid to Ukraine with an investigation into President Donald Trump's political rival.

Attorney for US Ambassador to the European Union Gordon Sondland's sent the committee a three-page addition to his testimony on Monday, in which Sondland said he had remembered a September 1 conversation that occurred on the sidelines of a meeting between Vice President Mike Pence and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, in which he told a top aide to Zelensky that the security aid and investigations were linked.


"I now recall speaking individually with Mr. (Andriy) Yermak, where I said resumption of U.S. aid would likely not occur until Ukraine provided the public anti-corruption statement that we had been discussing for many weeks," Sondland said.


Sondland's new testimony, which was included in the public release of his closed-door deposition transcript on Tuesday, adds to Democrats' evidence that the President connected the freezing of US security aid to Ukraine to investigations into the 2016 election and former Vice President Joe Biden, which cuts to the heart of their impeachment case against Trump.

 

https://www.cnn.com/2019/11/05/politics/gordon-sondland-kurt-volker-transcripts-impeachment-inquiry/index.html

whats that now, three new damning testimonies just this week?

this is going to keep happening. drip. drip. drip. with voters looking on the whole time and the gop knowing they could lose both chambers and the presidency if they defend this scum

by the time the senate trial is in full swing there will be many more, including those the Shithouse instructed not to testify - but this time it will be under oath and broadcast to the public

this is going to produce a groundswell against the Presishit and he will resign in disgrace

hopefully, this will not be too torturous for our beloved magats

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9 minutes ago, Meathead said:

Gordon Sondland changes testimony and admits quid pro quo with Ukraine

In a significant reversal, a top us diplomat has changed his testimony Monday to the impeachment inquiry to now admit there was a quid pro quo linking US aid to Ukraine with an investigation into President Donald Trump's political rival.

Attorney for US Ambassador to the European Union Gordon Sondland's sent the committee a three-page addition to his testimony on Monday, in which Sondland said he had remembered a September 1 conversation that occurred on the sidelines of a meeting between Vice President Mike Pence and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, in which he told a top aide to Zelensky that the security aid and investigations were linked.


"I now recall speaking individually with Mr. (Andriy) Yermak, where I said resumption of U.S. aid would likely not occur until Ukraine provided the public anti-corruption statement that we had been discussing for many weeks," Sondland said.


Sondland's new testimony, which was included in the public release of his closed-door deposition transcript on Tuesday, adds to Democrats' evidence that the President connected the freezing of US security aid to Ukraine to investigations into the 2016 election and former Vice President Joe Biden, which cuts to the heart of their impeachment case against Trump.

https://www.cnn.com/2019/11/05/politics/gordon-sondland-kurt-volker-transcripts-impeachment-inquiry/index.html

whats that now, three new damning testimonies just this week?

this is going to keep happening. drip. drip. drip. with voters looking on the whole time and the gop knowing they could lose both chambers and the presidency if they defend this scum

by the time the senate trial is in full swing there will be many more, including those the Shithouse instructed not to testify - but this time it will be under oath and broadcast to the public

this is going to produce a groundswell against the Presishit and he will resign in disgrace

hopefully, this will not be too torturous for our beloved magats

Shocking!  Oh my god!  CNN!  Changing testimony!  LOL.  The house will vote to impeach Trump and the senate will acquit him.  Nothing new.  Yawn.

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4 hours ago, HipKat said:

Speaks his mind? He lies every time he opens his mouth. That’s what’s on his mind?

He does lie. Maybe more than past presidents. I’m very disappointed in that. “Every time he opens his mouth” is hyperbole. I was hoping that Trump, who promised to “drain the swamp”, would do exactly that. My hopes are fading..........

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51 minutes ago, jc856 said:

He does lie. Maybe more than past presidents. I’m very disappointed in that. “Every time he opens his mouth” is hyperbole. I was hoping that Trump, who promised to “drain the swamp”, would do exactly that. My hopes are fading..........

On the flip side any bonafide Swamp Drainers that he wants to appoint needing the approval of Congress will never get in. There are still too many RINOs and Democrats out there and the Swamp has to be drained from the local level on up until the top not the other way around. The most recent of example was when he nominated John Ratcliffe for DNI and the swamp went berserk making him withdraw his name after 5 days since many in the intelligence agencies, who abused their powers for the Democrats' benefit, would be held accountable leading to politicians complicit in the Russia Hoax.

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9 minutes ago, SackMan518 said:

On the flip side any bonafide Swamp Drainers that he wants to appoint needing the approval of Congress will never get in. There are still too many RINOs and Democrats out there and the Swamp has to be drained from the local level on up until the top not the other way around. The most recent of example was when he nominated John Ratcliffe for DNI and the swamp went berserk making him withdraw his name after 5 days since many in the intelligence agencies, who abused their powers for the Democrats' benefit, would be held accountable leading to politicians complicit in the Russia Hoax.

Yep.  Libs act like their own are all upstanding citizens.  Such utter bullshit.  Kind of like claiming socialism will work "this time".

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2 hours ago, jc856 said:

He does lie. Maybe more than past presidents. I’m very disappointed in that. “Every time he opens his mouth” is hyperbole. I was hoping that Trump, who promised to “drain the swamp”, would do exactly that. My hopes are fading..........

Trump lies more than any president in the history of the USA.

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6 hours ago, Thebowflexbody said:

LOL.  Respectfully disagree.  Not hard to just throw broad insults and accusations out there.  Doesn't mean you're right.  Remember, there are three sides to every story and the truth is in there somewhere.  Trump is no worse than those who came before him as far as brains and honesty.  The smartest guy in the room usually isn't running for President anyway.  I like Trump mainly because he's not a politician and doesn't give a shit about most of that crap.  I also love the fact he speaks his mind instead of carefully choosing each word for fear of offending someone.

All Trump cares about is his own interests and his companies. He is involved in a lot of conflict of interest and ethically questionable business decisions and political decisions. 

The people that love him because he is not a politician don't understand or ignore that he has done nothing to fulfill any of his election promises, is a fake person and down nothing to "drain the swamp", and is playing all of his fans and supporters.

Trump is a fake person and a snake oil salesman that has fooled some people into believing he is an anti politician and not elitist. 

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1 hour ago, SackMan518 said:

On the flip side any bonafide Swamp Drainers that he wants to appoint needing the approval of Congress will never get in. There are still too many RINOs and Democrats out there and the Swamp has to be drained from the local level on up until the top not the other way around. The most recent of example was when he nominated John Ratcliffe for DNI and the swamp went berserk making him withdraw his name after 5 days since many in the intelligence agencies, who abused their powers for the Democrats' benefit, would be held accountable leading to politicians complicit in the Russia Hoax.

That’s one of the things that makes him just another blowhard with failed campaign promises. Every candidate makes promises that they can’t keep for one reason or another. Many times it’s the opposition party that’s the problem. But, shouldn’t they temper the rhetoric and promises with the knowledge that this is the way our political system is, especially as divided as it is? Trump makes too many definitive statements and has to back off because he has zero political acumen and savvy. The art of the deal? Pfffft. Nobody wants to deal with a guy that acts like a ten year old calling them names. 

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16 minutes ago, junglesouljah said:

Trump lies more than any president in the history of the USA.

Maybe. Maybe not. I mean, do you have the stats on Martin van Buren? William Howard Taft? Richard Nixon? 

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9 hours ago, SackMan518 said:

On the flip side any bonafide Swamp Drainers that he wants to appoint needing the approval of Congress will never get in. There are still too many RINOs and Democrats out there and the Swamp has to be drained from the local level on up until the top not the other way around. The most recent of example was when he nominated John Ratcliffe for DNI and the swamp went berserk making him withdraw his name after 5 days since many in the intelligence agencies, who abused their powers for the Democrats' benefit, would be held accountable leading to politicians complicit in the Russia Hoax.

John Ratliff is a hardcore Trump Supporter. If he had been appointed, that's not "draining" the swamp. That's filling it. Bill Barr, AG - is filling the swamp. Appointing Rex Tillerson as Sect of State - a man who was CEO of Exxon Mobile, whom Putin was trying to make a deal with, is filling the swamp and that';s what Trump has done, consistently. DO you guys on that side even know what "the swamp" is?

 

Trump Has Filled, Not Drained, the Swamp

 

There is no campaign promise that Donald Trump has failed to honor more flagrantly than his oft repeated pledge to “drain the swamp” in Washington, D.C. He has violated the letter of his promise and trampled all over its spirit. His supporters ought to be furious. But few perceive the scale of his betrayal or its brazenness.

Are they skeptics of the Russia investigation?
 
Forget the Russia investigation. Even if no wrongdoing is proved on that matter, the Trump Administration’s behavior would still be epically swampy. A list of examples is clarifying:

Corey Lewandowski, who worked as Trump’s campaign manager, moved to Washington, D.C., and started a Beltway lobbying firm, where he accepted lots of money from special interests that were trying to influence Trump. Meanwhile, The New York Times reported, “Established K Street firms were grabbing any Trump people they could find: Jim Murphy, Trump’s former political director, joined the lobbying giant BakerHostetler, while another firm, Fidelis Government Relations, struck up a partnership with Bill Smith, Mike Pence’s former chief of staff. All told, close to 20 ex-aides of Trump, friends, and hangers-on had made their way into Washington’s influence business.”

  1. Trump promised that he was putting his sons in charge of his business empire, telling Americans, “I hope at the end of eight years I’ll come back and say, ‘Oh you did a good job.’” But Forbes talked with Eric Trump, who revealed he’d be giving his father at least quarterly updates. And ProPublica discovered fine print in the legal arrangements that allows Trump to draw money from his 400 businesses “any time, without disclosing it,” a far cry from a prior statement by Trump’s lawyers that he was “completely isolating himself from his business interests.”
  2. At the same time, “the administration has not been shy about hiring individuals who were once registered as lobbyists with the federal government. Data provided to The Washington Post by the liberal PAC American Bridge details the extent to which former lobbyists have made their way into the administration. Twenty work for the executive office of the president itself, including four ‘super-lobbyists’—ones who represented at least 10 different companies or organizations before coming to work for the government. What’s more, of the 74 lobbyists identified … 49 now work for agencies they used to lobby.”
  3. “A major construction company owned by the Chinese government was hired to work on the latest Trump golf club development in Dubai,” the Sacramento Bee reports, “despite a pledge from Donald Trump that his family business would not engage in any transactions with foreign government entities while he serves as president.”
  4. Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price is flying on private jets at taxpayer expense. He spent $60,000 in a single week. His predecessors flew commercial.
  5. The U.S. Coast Guard paid Mar-a-Lago, Trump’s exclusive Palm Beach resort, more than $1,000 for a two-night stay in a luxury room. “It is not clear whether the invoice stemmed from a one-time occurrence or represented one of many Mar-a-Lago rooms that have been booked at government expense for presidential aides or other officials since Trump took office,” The Washington Post reported. “Other agencies that likely have had regular presence at the club, such as the Secret Service, have declined to provide the Post information.”
  6. Trump is using money donated to the Republican National Committee to pay his personal lawyers.
  7. “As Trump and Chinese president Xi Jinping dined on Dover sole and New York strip steak earlier this month,” The Guardian reports, “thousands of miles away in China a government office quietly approved trademarks that could benefit the U.S. president’s family. On the day the president’s daughter Ivanka Trump met the Chinese leader, China granted preliminary approval for three new trademarks for her namesake brand, covering jewelry, bags, and spa service.”
  8. The Washington Post found “the State Department spent more than $15,000 to book 19 rooms at the new Trump hotel in Vancouver when members of President Trump’s family headlined the grand opening of the tower in late February. The hotel bookings—which were released under a Freedom of Information Act request—reflect the first evidence of State Department expenditures at a Trump-branded property since President Trump took office in January.”
  9. People with business before the federal government are paying for rooms in Trump’s D.C. hotel. Vanity Fair reports examples including “the prime minister of Malaysia, who is the focus of a Justice Department corruption probe; the Louisiana Association of Business and Industry that wants more offshore drilling; an association of candymakers seeking federal help in an enduring dispute with the U.S. sugar industry; and a trade group for vape-shop owners and e-cigarette makers.”
  10. Ivanka Trump, the president’s daughter and a White House adviser, retains a stake in that hotel and receives an income stream from it.
  11. As Politico reported, “In May, Jared Kushner’s sister Nicole Meyer pitched Chinese investors in Beijing on a Kushner development project in Jersey City, telling them that if they put at least $500,000 into the project they would be rewarded with EB-5 investor visas to immigrate to the United States. Kushner, whose role in the White House includes advising on China policy, stopped running his family’s company in January; but Meyer mentioned her brother by name at the Beijing event, reminding guests he was now serving in the White House and adding that the project ‘means a lot to me and my entire family.’”
  12. Despite a pledge to donate all profits from foreign entities to the U.S. Treasury to avoid conflicts of interest, Trump’s businesses now “say it would be ‘impractical,’ to require customers representing foreign nations to identify themselves,” Reuters reports, adding that “The Kuwaiti and Azerbaijani governments have already hosted events at the Trump International Hotel in Washington, D.C.”
  13. The BBC reports that “Philippines’ newest trade envoy to the United States is the same man who is building Trump Tower Manila. Like many of Trump’s branding projects, Mr Trump does not own the building himself, but licenses his name to the building in return for regular payments. Trump family members have previously promoted the project. The trade envoy/business partner reportedly flew to U.S. to hold a private meeting with Mr. Trump after the election.”
  14. According to ABC News, “Secretary Steven Mnuchin requested use of a government jet to take him and his wife on their honeymoon in Scotland, France, and Italy earlier this summer, sparking an inquiry by the Treasury Department's Office of Inspector General … Officials familiar with the matter said the highly unusual ask for a U.S. Air Force jet, which according to an Air Force spokesman could cost roughly $25,000 per hour to operate, was put in writing by the secretary’s office but was deemed unnecessary after further consideration.”
  15. Ousted former National Security Adviser “Michael Flynn informed the Trump administration that he was under investigation for secretly lobbying on behalf of Turkish interests—and the president decided to appoint him to one of the most powerful national security posts in the government, anyway,” New York Magazine recounted. “Flynn then used his short time in office to veto a plan for retaking the Islamic State’s de facto capital, despite the plan’s strong support from the Pentagon and Obama administration. The operation would have involved partnership with Syrian Kurdish forces—a prospect vehemently opposed by Turkey’s government.”
  16. Trump still hasn’t released his tax returns.

 

 

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10 hours ago, junglesouljah said:

Trump lies more than any president in the history of the USA.

LOL.  Sure he does.  You must have a swell lie detector and have done a vast comparative study.  Give me a break.

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10 hours ago, junglesouljah said:

All Trump cares about is his own interests and his companies. He is involved in a lot of conflict of interest and ethically questionable business decisions and political decisions. 

The people that love him because he is not a politician don't understand or ignore that he has done nothing to fulfill any of his election promises, is a fake person and down nothing to "drain the swamp", and is playing all of his fans and supporters.

Trump is a fake person and a snake oil salesman that has fooled some people into believing he is an anti politician and not elitist. 

Oh.  He's an elitist alright.  That much is true.  The rest?  Nah.

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1 hour ago, HipKat said:

John Ratliff is a hardcore Trump Supporter. If he had been appointed, that's not "draining" the swamp. That's filling it. Bill Barr, AG - is filling the swamp. Appointing Rex Tillerson as Sect of State - a man who was CEO of Exxon Mobile, whom Putin was trying to make a deal with, is filling the swamp and that';s what Trump has done, consistently. DO you guys on that side even know what "the swamp" is?

Trump Has Filled, Not Drained, the Swamp

There is no campaign promise that Donald Trump has failed to honor more flagrantly than his oft repeated pledge to “drain the swamp” in Washington, D.C. He has violated the letter of his promise and trampled all over its spirit. His supporters ought to be furious. But few perceive the scale of his betrayal or its brazenness.

Are they skeptics of the Russia investigation?
 
Forget the Russia investigation. Even if no wrongdoing is proved on that matter, the Trump Administration’s behavior would still be epically swampy. A list of examples is clarifying:

Corey Lewandowski, who worked as Trump’s campaign manager, moved to Washington, D.C., and started a Beltway lobbying firm, where he accepted lots of money from special interests that were trying to influence Trump. Meanwhile, The New York Times reported, “Established K Street firms were grabbing any Trump people they could find: Jim Murphy, Trump’s former political director, joined the lobbying giant BakerHostetler, while another firm, Fidelis Government Relations, struck up a partnership with Bill Smith, Mike Pence’s former chief of staff. All told, close to 20 ex-aides of Trump, friends, and hangers-on had made their way into Washington’s influence business.”

  1. Trump promised that he was putting his sons in charge of his business empire, telling Americans, “I hope at the end of eight years I’ll come back and say, ‘Oh you did a good job.’” But Forbes talked with Eric Trump, who revealed he’d be giving his father at least quarterly updates. And ProPublica discovered fine print in the legal arrangements that allows Trump to draw money from his 400 businesses “any time, without disclosing it,” a far cry from a prior statement by Trump’s lawyers that he was “completely isolating himself from his business interests.”
  2. At the same time, “the administration has not been shy about hiring individuals who were once registered as lobbyists with the federal government. Data provided to The Washington Post by the liberal PAC American Bridge details the extent to which former lobbyists have made their way into the administration. Twenty work for the executive office of the president itself, including four ‘super-lobbyists’—ones who represented at least 10 different companies or organizations before coming to work for the government. What’s more, of the 74 lobbyists identified … 49 now work for agencies they used to lobby.”
  3. “A major construction company owned by the Chinese government was hired to work on the latest Trump golf club development in Dubai,” the Sacramento Bee reports, “despite a pledge from Donald Trump that his family business would not engage in any transactions with foreign government entities while he serves as president.”
  4. Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price is flying on private jets at taxpayer expense. He spent $60,000 in a single week. His predecessors flew commercial.
  5. The U.S. Coast Guard paid Mar-a-Lago, Trump’s exclusive Palm Beach resort, more than $1,000 for a two-night stay in a luxury room. “It is not clear whether the invoice stemmed from a one-time occurrence or represented one of many Mar-a-Lago rooms that have been booked at government expense for presidential aides or other officials since Trump took office,” The Washington Post reported. “Other agencies that likely have had regular presence at the club, such as the Secret Service, have declined to provide the Post information.”
  6. Trump is using money donated to the Republican National Committee to pay his personal lawyers.
  7. “As Trump and Chinese president Xi Jinping dined on Dover sole and New York strip steak earlier this month,” The Guardian reports, “thousands of miles away in China a government office quietly approved trademarks that could benefit the U.S. president’s family. On the day the president’s daughter Ivanka Trump met the Chinese leader, China granted preliminary approval for three new trademarks for her namesake brand, covering jewelry, bags, and spa service.”
  8. The Washington Post found “the State Department spent more than $15,000 to book 19 rooms at the new Trump hotel in Vancouver when members of President Trump’s family headlined the grand opening of the tower in late February. The hotel bookings—which were released under a Freedom of Information Act request—reflect the first evidence of State Department expenditures at a Trump-branded property since President Trump took office in January.”
  9. People with business before the federal government are paying for rooms in Trump’s D.C. hotel. Vanity Fair reports examples including “the prime minister of Malaysia, who is the focus of a Justice Department corruption probe; the Louisiana Association of Business and Industry that wants more offshore drilling; an association of candymakers seeking federal help in an enduring dispute with the U.S. sugar industry; and a trade group for vape-shop owners and e-cigarette makers.”
  10. Ivanka Trump, the president’s daughter and a White House adviser, retains a stake in that hotel and receives an income stream from it.
  11. As Politico reported, “In May, Jared Kushner’s sister Nicole Meyer pitched Chinese investors in Beijing on a Kushner development project in Jersey City, telling them that if they put at least $500,000 into the project they would be rewarded with EB-5 investor visas to immigrate to the United States. Kushner, whose role in the White House includes advising on China policy, stopped running his family’s company in January; but Meyer mentioned her brother by name at the Beijing event, reminding guests he was now serving in the White House and adding that the project ‘means a lot to me and my entire family.’”
  12. Despite a pledge to donate all profits from foreign entities to the U.S. Treasury to avoid conflicts of interest, Trump’s businesses now “say it would be ‘impractical,’ to require customers representing foreign nations to identify themselves,” Reuters reports, adding that “The Kuwaiti and Azerbaijani governments have already hosted events at the Trump International Hotel in Washington, D.C.”
  13. The BBC reports that “Philippines’ newest trade envoy to the United States is the same man who is building Trump Tower Manila. Like many of Trump’s branding projects, Mr Trump does not own the building himself, but licenses his name to the building in return for regular payments. Trump family members have previously promoted the project. The trade envoy/business partner reportedly flew to U.S. to hold a private meeting with Mr. Trump after the election.”
  14. According to ABC News, “Secretary Steven Mnuchin requested use of a government jet to take him and his wife on their honeymoon in Scotland, France, and Italy earlier this summer, sparking an inquiry by the Treasury Department's Office of Inspector General … Officials familiar with the matter said the highly unusual ask for a U.S. Air Force jet, which according to an Air Force spokesman could cost roughly $25,000 per hour to operate, was put in writing by the secretary’s office but was deemed unnecessary after further consideration.”
  15. Ousted former National Security Adviser “Michael Flynn informed the Trump administration that he was under investigation for secretly lobbying on behalf of Turkish interests—and the president decided to appoint him to one of the most powerful national security posts in the government, anyway,” New York Magazine recounted. “Flynn then used his short time in office to veto a plan for retaking the Islamic State’s de facto capital, despite the plan’s strong support from the Pentagon and Obama administration. The operation would have involved partnership with Syrian Kurdish forces—a prospect vehemently opposed by Turkey’s government.”
  16. Trump still hasn’t released his tax returns.

I'm willing to wager that your source is a die hard Trump hater.  Dismissed.  Why bother with all this crap, Hip?  You're not changing opinions.  Glad it makes you feel like you're accomplishing something.  Hint: you're not.  But keep up the good work, my man.  LOL

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13 hours ago, jc856 said:

That’s one of the things that makes him just another blowhard with failed campaign promises. Every candidate makes promises that they can’t keep for one reason or another. Many times it’s the opposition party that’s the problem. But, shouldn’t they temper the rhetoric and promises with the knowledge that this is the way our political system is, especially as divided as it is? Trump makes too many definitive statements and has to back off because he has zero political acumen and savvy. The art of the deal? Pfffft. Nobody wants to deal with a guy that acts like a ten year old calling them names. 

The Swamp is so ingrained and pervasive that I don't think he'll ever "drain" it, that's what revolutions are for and I don't see one happening here in my lifetime. He has shown a harsh spotlight on it though making all of them very uncomfortable but yeah, that kind of campaign rhetoric is almost impossible to fulfill.

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8 hours ago, Thebowflexbody said:

I'm willing to wager that your source is a die hard Trump hater.  Dismissed.  Why bother with all this crap, Hip?  You're not changing opinions.  Glad it makes you feel like you're accomplishing something.  Hint: you're not.  But keep up the good work, my man.  LOL

You have ascended to the throne and now wear the crown of the biggest moron on the range.

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6 minutes ago, HipKat said:

You have ascended to the throne and now wear the crown of the biggest moron on the range.

I see you changed your post to correct the error.  Excellent.  As I've said countless times I'll compare degrees with you anytime.  I'm just gutted that you called me a moron.  LOL 

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1 hour ago, Thebowflexbody said:

I see you changed your post to correct the error.  Excellent.  As I've said countless times I'll compare degrees with you anytime.  I'm just gutted that you called me a moron.  LOL 

I did not change any posts

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2 hours ago, HipKat said:

I did not change any posts

You edited your poor grammar/typing on the very post you called me a moron.  Did so before I could point it out, Quick Draw.  LOL

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19 minutes ago, Thebowflexbody said:

You edited your poor grammar/typing on the very post you called me a moron.  Did so before I could point it out, Quick Draw.  LOL

Oh yeah, I suck at typing on a laptop

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Just now, HipKat said:

Oh yeah, I suck at typing on a laptop

For me it's cell phones.  I think texting is stupid and dammit, I just need a bigger freaking screen.

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8 minutes ago, HipKat said:

Oh yeah, I suck at typing on a laptop

 

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