Bob Fosse comments

Posted in: Gaetz faces probe by House ethics over potential misconduct See in context

as a recap: its a smear attack that all falls apart once the supposed "girl" is identified as 18 or older.

If the defense were that easy I expect she would have been dragged out by Gaetz on television by now holding her birth certificate. Maybe the Feds have forgotten to check her date of birth. They should get on that, it seems a cornerstone to the case.

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Posted in: Gaetz faces probe by House ethics over potential misconduct See in context

Women of America guest speaker, seems a little tone deaf. I guess they couldn’t cancel it because that would be cancel culture?

It would appear to be letting the fox loose in the hen house, but apparently Gaetz prefers the eggs.

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Posted in: Biden's budget meets criticism from right and left on Pentagon spending See in context

> Biden has done everything we knew he would do. 

I don’t see what you expect to gain from such an easily disprovable claim. A brief perusal of your post history towards the latter half of last year contained all kinds of predictions that simply haven’t happened.

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Posted in: Biden's budget meets criticism from right and left on Pentagon spending See in context

We don’t no yet, Biden’s presidency just started, so we shall see.

Before he was elected you weren’t shy about proclaiming to know everything he would do. Why so reticent to speak out now?

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Posted in: Prince Philip, husband of Queen Elizabeth II, dies at 99 See in context

Absolutely, Bob, provokes thought and later debate.

Quite. It wouldn’t be right to say such a thing at an inappropriate time, just after someone has died for example

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Posted in: Gaetz faces probe by House ethics over potential misconduct See in context

Gaetz took such glee in his tweets condemning others for immoral behavior. His wingman Greenberg is about to do some tweeting of his own; tweeting like a birdy to avoid jail time.

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Posted in: Biden forms panel to study possible U.S. Supreme Court expansion See in context

They just made Biden a one term President, suits me just fine.

That’s it. The reverse seer has spoken. Carve it in stone, two terms.

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Posted in: Viral thoughts: Why COVID-19 conspiracy theories persist See in context

Conspiracy theories are generally misrepresented and criticized in very deceptive ways (as is obvious in the above article). Legit and qualified experts who try to raise certain concerns are generally censored.

Legit and qualified experts are not censored if they give legit and qualified information. We see that on here everyday multiple times.

It’s people thinking they have legit information that clearly isn’t which is the problem. Ignoring those people isn’t censorship, it’s smart.

Wrestle with a pig, you both get muddy and the pig enjoys it.

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Posted in: Biden tightens some gun controls; says much more needed See in context

Biden would eliminate the first and second amendments if he could - not to mention the fourteenth with his constant race based policies.

And your evidence to support this is....? Or is it something you imagined or feel personally?

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Posted in: Biden tightens some gun controls; says much more needed See in context

7 year old stats from a dodgy source? Come on man...

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Posted in: Australia says politicians no longer exempt from sexual harassment rules See in context

I guess I'm old-fashioned, because if I think a woman I know - even slightly - looks nice in a new dress or with a different hairstyle, my first thought is to compliment her. And at my age, if that means being called a misogynist or dirty old man, I don't give a rat's as*. These 'woke' society issues are destroying male-female relations.

Nobody said compliments are bad, but context is important as has been said. Saying someone’s new dress looks nice is not the same as saying their legs look great in it. But you know this. No need to feel victimised.

Nobody is destroying your interactions between male-female relations except yourself and how you interact everyday. That’s always been the case, nothing ‘woke’ about it.

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Posted in: Australia says politicians no longer exempt from sexual harassment rules See in context

Questions: Would someone telling me my legs look great in a new dress be called sexual harassment? 

Depends. Is it your similar age female friend or your much older male boss telling you? Quite a difference.

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Posted in: Taiwan will fight 'to the very last day' if China attacks See in context

Conspiracy people love saying how everyone else is ignorant of the real facts, but never actually have any to show. Odd innit.

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Posted in: Taiwan will fight 'to the very last day' if China attacks See in context

But I can see how people who only read headlines in the mainstream media would believe this.

Every time you say this you are asked to provide your version of a reliable news source. Every time guess what happens...

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Posted in: Australia says politicians no longer exempt from sexual harassment rules See in context

These are the same people supposedly protecting the country from a virus. This will end well.

You mean politicians? Australian ones are doing better at protecting from the virus (which you don’t believe is serious, so why fake concern about it?) than many other countries, and better or worse than some others regarding sexual assault.

This is a good step, far too late but a good step nevertheless.

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Posted in: Giuliani asks judge to throw out $1.3 bil lawsuit over his 'big lie' election claims See in context

It might be painful, but Giuliani will be able to cough up the cash, no big deal.

I’m not sure which is funnier, that you believe Rudy has that kind of money or that a ‘stupid fine’ is sufficient for trying to undermine your democracy.

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Posted in: Giuliani asks judge to throw out $1.3 bil lawsuit over his 'big lie' election claims See in context

It’s ok, the last guy will be back in office by August after the SC examines all the evidence. Mike Lindell said so. Or maybe he’s been hitting the pipe again.

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Posted in: WHO does not back vaccination passports for now See in context

Actually, no!

These are unapproved vaccines and have only been authorized for emergency use.

So, approved/authorized/given the big thumbs up then.

Will it help if I use the bold font option or throw something about concentration camps in?

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Posted in: WHO does not back vaccination passports for now See in context

Many of us just know when we're being fed a line and want no part of it.

And are just happy to make up a load of old bollocks about it instead.

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Posted in: WHO does not back vaccination passports for now See in context

I don't have a problem with people volunteering to get vaccinated, but it must not be forced.

You’ve lost me again, what was the Auschwitz connection?

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Posted in: WHO does not back vaccination passports for now See in context

But since this isn't the case: if you make the decision not to take it, you must live with the consequences. That's life. Get used to it.

This is a very sensible response.

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Posted in: WHO does not back vaccination passports for now See in context

A quick reminder though.

A vaccination that is available to you HAS been approved. Also nobody is forcing you to take it. So, there’s that.

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Posted in: WHO does not back vaccination passports for now See in context

So you don't mind forced vaccination without consent with vaccines that have not been fully approved yet?

depends...just how much influence did Hitler have on it?

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Posted in: WHO does not back vaccination passports for now See in context

You're missing the point. The principle behind this comes from Joseph Mengele's medical experiments on people without their consent. 

You are bringing up an interesting point. I also find that the idea of having a vaccine passport is somewhat reminiscent of the slogan "Work sets you free" from that period of time - "Vaccination sets you free!"

Just jaw dropping, the mental mental-gymnastics some people will try to justify their theories.

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Posted in: Japanese karate official quits over bullying claim See in context

If that trainer just had done very much below average, for example showing her only some old karate training videos with bamboo swords (although I don’t know actually if that ever had been part of training) via zoom to her living room’s monitor, nothing would have happened to her physically and both careers still possible. (although she wouldn’t probably get a medal straight from sitting on her couch at home)

huh?

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Posted in: Meghan Markle, Prince Harry reveal first Netflix docuseries See in context

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s first Netflix series will center on the Invictus Games, which gives sick and injured military personnel and veterans the opportunity to compete in sports.

If it were anybody you liked presenting the show I’m sure you be wildly in support of their backing veterans to compete in sports.

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Posted in: A new 'Kung Fu' debuts at a crucial time for Asian Americans See in context

It'll probably make one season

Should be used to that by now.

That got a big laugh here, thank you.

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Posted in: Georgia voting fight sets the stage for Kemp's 2022 run See in context

But millions believe there was voter integrity issues, so there’s that side as well.

Both sides of an argument can be wrong, I know it’s hard to believe.

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Posted in: Biden makes all adults eligible for a vaccine on April 19 See in context

Where did the vaccine that “Biden made people eligible for” come from again?

”BigPharma” wasn’t it?

How much did the stockpile of 63 million hydroxychloroquine doses cost again?

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Posted in: Biden makes all adults eligible for a vaccine on April 19 See in context

Hopefully, people will check to see if they had been unknowingly exposed to and recovered from the Corona virus; thus, having the COVID antibodies already in them, which would make taking the experimental drugs unnecessary at best and possibly signing their own death warrant at worst.

If you can tell us how long the antibodies last and how effective they are in preventing another infection then you should forward your research to the proper authorities because no one else knows that yet. Until then, please refrain from spearing dangerous misinformation.

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