My Pillow Guy on the Daily Show
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Posted by Gunnar Emilsson (+17224) 4 months ago
This is pretty funny. Trump supporters continue to make me laugh out loud.

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Posted by DJanssen (+330) 4 months ago
I love Doctors and Nurses, and, then there is our President! I also love my pillow, but who really cares!

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Posted by Bridgier (+9176) 4 months ago
Doesn't it make you question yourself when your political heroes enthusiastically nail their dicks to a 2x4 as soon as they can get in front of a camera?

Like, here's a SMALL sample from the last couple of weeks:

1) MyPillow Guy above, holy procreate
2) Carpetbagger Matt Rosendale: "Juneteenth is a plot to replace the 4th of July"
3) Perennial dippoop Louis Gohmert: "Can the BLM and/or the Forest Service investigate ALTERING ORBIT OF THE EARTH AND/OR THE MOON to solve global warming"
4) Goggle-necked Slapdick Tom Cotton: "Please boycott the Winter Olympics because the chicoms are going to steal our precious bodily fluids"

How can you NOT hear your fellow travelers say this kind of nonsense and ask yourself, "if they're this wrong about THESE things, I wonder if they're wrong about the stuff I agree with?" (As an aside, I'm begging a question here, but I'm guessing you won't be able to find it)

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Posted by DJanssen (+330) 4 months ago
Reply to DJanssen (#382518)
DJanssen wrote:
I love Doctors and Nurses, and, then there is our President! I also love my pillow, but who really cares! Joe, you should not be there. I find it unkind to see you be used like you are being used.

[Edited by DJanssen (6/18/2021 10:50:10 AM)]


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Posted by DJanssen (+330) 4 months ago
Reply to Bridgier (#382519)
2x4 are too expensive to nail "dicks" too. Just as well look for a solid branch in the woods.
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Posted by DJanssen (+330) 4 months ago
Reply to DJanssen (#382521)
DJanssen wrote:
2x4 are too expensive to nail "dicks" too. Just as well look for a solid branch in the woods. If you can lift your enemy that high.


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Posted by DJanssen (+330) 4 months ago
Reply to Bridgier (#382519)
My God. in sincerity, do you believe this!!
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Posted by Bridgier (+9176) 4 months ago
As someone once said, please proceed...
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Posted by DJanssen (+330) 4 months ago
Reply to Bridgier (#382519)
I'd prefer a national day for the under-served to vote on a designated holiday. Will the Pres do that, more important. I'll volunteer to drive those who cannot make it on their own means.
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Posted by DJanssen (+330) 4 months ago
Reply to Bridgier (#382525)
I appreciate the trap Bridger, Keeps me on my toes!
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Posted by DJanssen (+330) 4 months ago
Where's Gunnar, he stared this mess!
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Posted by tom regan (+2492) 4 months ago
Reply to DJanssen (#382526)
DJanssen wrote:
I'd prefer a national day for the under-served to vote on a designated holiday. Will the Pres do that, more important. I'll volunteer to drive those who cannot make it on their own means.


https://www.usatoday.com/...736634002/

You can blame Moscow Mitch for shooting down the "Election Holiday Act". Can't have too many people voting.
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Posted by Gunnar Emilsson (+17224) 4 months ago
Reply to DJanssen (#382528)
DJanssen wrote:
Where's Gunnar, he stared this mess!


I think I'd have to sniff model airplane glue to get onto your playing field.
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Posted by Richard Bonine (+14943) 4 months ago
I admire Gunnar’s mess-creating superpower with just a long vacant gaze. 🤠
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Posted by DJanssen (+330) 4 months ago
Louie Gohmert sounds a lot like Hank Thompson when Hank feared that Guam may "tip over". Do you really think Hank fears that? Well, maybe. I see Gohmert's comments as being sarcastic. I see plenty of video's from the other side as well, I don't bother to post because it so easy to make people look like fools. Hell, I look dumb on here, maybe I am? I suppose I could take time to do the reciprocal of every video you link. Granted, I do not look for posts that make the right look like fools. I even cut short most that do the same to your side, but there are some I really enjoy. I can see through the purpose though, the agenda. You guys are hook line and sinker'd. You are so in the tank! If you were fish, I'd toss you guys back in the pond hoping the hook will work itself out as it's in too deep to bother. I often wonder how Trevor Noah got to where he is, then, when I think about it, it should be no surprise.
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Posted by Bridgier (+9176) 4 months ago
"man, the things i could show you, BUT I DON'T"

If you can provide evidence of ELECTED DEMOCRATS in congress committing these sorts of crimes against logic and reason, please do so, otherwise, please shut the procreate up.

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Posted by DJanssen (+330) 4 months ago
Oh, this is my time to proceed!
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Posted by DJanssen (+330) 4 months ago
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Posted by DJanssen (+330) 4 months ago
I'm flattered that you'd like me to procreate. I have. Unfortunately I think you should not.
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Posted by DJanssen (+330) 4 months ago
You guys are fun! What would I do without you?
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Posted by DJanssen (+330) 4 months ago
Oh, I'm sorry, not a crime. Irrelevant.
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Posted by DJanssen (+330) 4 months ago
It's international Yoga Day, you best cross your legs and hope for the best.
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Posted by DJanssen (+330) 4 months ago
Reply to Bridgier (#382534)
Almost seems like something I'd say, but just a little off. Can you point me to that quote? You did quote me on that. Just does not seem right for some reason.
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Posted by tom regan (+2492) 4 months ago
He got us. Found the one video in the last decade of a Congressional Democrat saying something remotely as stupid as the crap spewing from Republicans on a daily basis.
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Posted by DJanssen (+330) 4 months ago
Ok Tom, so a little out of date. But I did really like that one. And the only reason to dig from the archives is that it is equally as ludicrous as one example I attempted to rebut earlier in this thread. It only hit me as a simile, is that the right word? well, the most obvious for me at this point. Nothing more that that. I understand. I need to keep up on current events. There are plenty aren't there. Thank You for your response.
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Posted by DJanssen (+330) 4 months ago
Stupidity is timeless. 100 years from now, we'll all look like dumb-asses. You will too, not just me []
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Posted by DJanssen (+330) 4 months ago
Oh, and of course, please proceed! Let's keep this going.
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Posted by Richard Bonine (+14943) 3 months ago
Reply to DJanssen (#382540)
DJanssen wrote:
You guys are fun! What would I do without you?


Probably drink more Old Crow and reminisce about yesteryear filled with big white French cows. 🤠
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Posted by DJanssen (+330) 3 months ago
Yes! Yes indeed.
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Posted by DJanssen (+330) 3 months ago
Reply to Gunnar Emilsson (#382530)
Remember when car/airplane model glue was lemon scented. I had no desire to push it,I did like the scent but no... It was what is was, it was glue. Now I understand there are theories about. like menthol cigs target Blacks. Hell, I like menthol cigs on occasion. I call BS but I'm just an ordinary dumb ass. Menthol cigs are being regulated in the old beautiful twin cities. You don't have to drive far to find alternative sources. There are of course business owners taking a hit from rules that change within a 100 yards or less from less regulated areas.I think even us crackers (old meaning not a crack addict) like a menthol once in a while. Speaking for myself, it is refreshing,kind of like breathing in a pine tree in the cities. The smell of sage so refreshing as the smell of sage after a thunderstorm in Mt, no better. I'd like a sage cigarette, but then, if crackers became addicted to them, we may lose the rights to purchase. You roll your own so no big deal. I prefer to just buy at a convenience store and be on my way.

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Posted by DJanssen (+330) 3 months ago
Reply to DJanssen (#382526)
DJanssen wrote:
I'd prefer a national day for the under-served to vote on a designated holiday. Will the Pres do that, more important. I'll volunteer to drive those who cannot make it on their own means.

But if I found out they were Democrat, I'd boot their asses out. Walk the rest of the way, I'd say. If hypothermia was suspected, I'd warm them up with Republican charm and tell them that fossil fuels are keeping you alive. Oh this will burn an ass or two. Please Respond!!!

[Edited by DJanssen (6/22/2021 12:05:36 PM)]

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Posted by DJanssen (+330) 3 months ago
Reply to DJanssen (#382551)
http://www.modelcarsmag.c...t=2121046 The conversation is slowing down, time to abort this mission. But, a thickener for hollandaise sauce. You have to laugh.
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Posted by DJanssen (+330) 3 months ago
Reply to DJanssen (#382553)
I may have resigned too early. I understand Humor, Jokes & Games. Unfortunately, we've gone beyond that, I am at fault,the original post was under Humor, Jokes & Games. I dont care much for humor, jokes & games (not so true, I think of this as a game). Humor is not what it once was, Jokes are fine as long as you know your audience, farming game or Risk, which I usually win, and as my wife of several decades throws it in my face, your such as asshole. No quotes as she says it in a more loving way. I love her too, till the end of, the end of, well, we'll see how the next game ends. DJ
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Posted by DJanssen (+330) 3 months ago
Reply to tom regan (#382529)
Mitch is almost, well, his ability to speak seems as senile as Biden. I'd really like to give him speech lessons. Let's get that peach pit out of your mouth. He's got ties to China, any moron would know that,his wife is right in there. But if this was a game, with no bias, you poor folks would be at a loss. And you may learn, you push too hard. Relax, take a big breath and cross your legs. You may have a chance.

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Posted by Gunnar Emilsson (+17224) 3 months ago
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Posted by DJanssen (+330) 3 months ago
You know, before I take a hard stance on this, I'd like to know what it really is, critical race. I'd rather go through the gauntlet before my kids or grand kids. The three R's and the one H are so important. History teachings should not whitewash our past. It should point the wrongs as well as rights. Unfortunately just about everyone gets there opportunity to be on the wrong side of history, Blacks, white indentured servants, the Irish had their problems, the Chinese, the Italians, the Jews,layoffs from a company you dedicated your life too, take your pick. Every day there is a winner as well as a loser. As we all know, the winner gets to document it with most "credibility" you understand the quotes. The loser can often get in there a bit later with their own take on it. Yea, lot's of wrongs in our past, and those voices should be heard. To take a nation with one the best economies, standard of living, most likely the victim of industrial espionage (because we can figure out how to do poop), some things were done right. Lets give credit to those who honestly contributed to good. Some did much good but employed slaves , culture does change and what was once accepted is of course not now. To erase names of those who contributed so much to this country because of what was accepted at the time, well, that's a tough one. Some were brutal, some were kind. Of course no excuse these days. Some victims are much better at moving along than others. I see a lot of people being treated as less than, let's not expect so much as they or their predecessors have been wronged. You see this almost entirely in the biggest cities. It would be really nice to see everyone treated the same and expect the same of them in the general, productive (or semi productive)(That's a funny because I'm not productive at this moment). I don't fix anything while typing. We always change or should, and I respect your cause to a certain extent. I will not, with my whole heart, agree with your methods to promote that change.

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Posted by DJanssen (+330) 3 months ago
Reply to DJanssen (#382557)
I find it interesting, all the likes you get for just posting someone else's cartoon strip. That alone give me the desire to keep going.
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Posted by Gunnar Emilsson (+17224) 3 months ago
Just for that, I'm going to post another cartoon strip.

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Posted by DJanssen (+330) 3 months ago
, your kinda like me, in our your own way, love to try to get that last dig in! I'll be back later. Was just making a quick check for your latest post. I had sort of a premonition that voting would surface. Later. DJ
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Posted by DJanssen (+330) 3 months ago
Reply to DJanssen (#382561)
I cannot help myself, this desire to debate. I wish I had it when I was younger. Sometimes you have to get older before you believe in your belief's. There is hope out there for the silent majority. You have your rights! First amendment is a place to start. But please don't stop there. There is the first 10 amendments, the Bill of Rights. Then there are many other amendments that proceed. Educate yourself. Old poop that seem irrelevant does indeed become relevant at your choosing. If your choose to not care, well, best luck to you. Luck will get your place in a Casino once in a while.
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Posted by DJanssen (+330) 3 months ago
I was sidetracked,should have been thinking election. My bad!
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Posted by DJanssen (+330) 3 months ago
Reply to DJanssen (#382563)
Fair Elections should be a "no brainier" Mr. Antram, this is your chance, make it fair and with no disputes. That's a, big load, but you are brilliant,and I have confidence that you could not only do the software but promote a means of making us all feel, like well, we are all the same. I'm sorry that's too much. I figure you though as someone that has the solution but not the means to implement. But let's set the bar. Don't go nuts about it, but damn, somebody should. Issue voter ID's, you don't need to drive, just an Id, you should have a SSN which the government does provide. The ones that stand in line for hours, that's not right.I understand things are different from southern Mn. The one reason I like a voting holiday. I stand in line 5 minutes at best to vote but I realize others stand for hours. Not Right.
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Posted by Gunnar Emilsson (+17224) 3 months ago
In the 2018 midterm election, 74% of Montanans voted absentee. Not a peep about widespread mail-in voter fraud.

Flash forward to 2020. The Orange Dotard starts making up lies about widespread voter fraud months before the election, the state-run propaganda machine (Fox News) starts parroting Dishonest Don the Angry Con, and the 2021 Montana Republican-controlled legislature passes voting restriction regulations for a problem that doesn't exist, as failure of dozens of lawsuits and the results of state investigations (many of which have been led by Republican legistalures) have determined.

Anyone who honestly still believes that there was widespread fraud in 2020 is a blithering idiot. The only people saying that still, are those Republicans in power and those trying to regain power (exhibit 1: Ex-President Tiny Hands).

And for your idea of a National Voter ID, give me a break. Don't you know the federal government will just use that national ID to track us down and take our guns away?
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Posted by DJanssen (+330) 3 months ago
Wholly cow, Nice play. Never heard of that one. Regarding V.I.D and the gun registration trap. Whew! I should be more vigilant. Sorry not worried a bit. Unless of course you can give me solid reason to be paranoid! Then I'll be 'All In'

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Posted by DJanssen (+330) 3 months ago
Reply to Gunnar Emilsson (#382565)
I don't remember MT being an issue in the past election. Perhaps you know how to count.
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Posted by Gunnar Emilsson (+17224) 3 months ago
Reply to DJanssen (#382567)
DJanssen wrote:
I don't remember MT being an issue in the past election. Perhaps you know how to count.


Once again, you are totally missing the point. There is no issue. It is something made up by Trump and his cast of thieves in states where they lost.

Let's try to spoon feed it to you. There is no issue concerning ballot counting anywhere in the United States of America. The issue is lying by the Republican party under Trump, the propaganda program Fox News, and idiots who listen to them.
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Posted by Gunnar Emilsson (+17224) 3 months ago
Continuing on with the humor theme of this forum, I was laughing at this review of a Wisconsin Republican's suck-up toady letter to Trump.

https://www.nytimes.com/2...e=Homepage
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Posted by DJanssen (+330) 3 months ago
Reply to Gunnar Emilsson (#382568)
Maybe there is an issue when so many "miss the point". You Sir! may be missing the point, as well as your so faithful thumb uppers No Thumbs up for me please, I'll handle this myself. I suspect the majority of my crowd has left this site some time ago. But if that's not the case, let me steep in my illusion of grandeur. (Thank You Spell Checker!)DJ
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Posted by DJanssen (+330) 3 months ago
Reply to Gunnar Emilsson (#382570)
Gunnar, It's hard enough for this tight ass to pay for the Wall Street Journal. I'm not going for the Times. Where's that Cowboy emoticon? Only local Faux news for me. Not bad actually. Twin Cities. I do not pay much for entertainment.

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Posted by Gunnar Emilsson (+17224) 3 months ago
Reply to DJanssen (#382572)
DJanssen wrote:
..... I suspect the majority of my crowd has left this site some time ago. .....


Yes, they were all spotted wearing white sheets and robes at the Trump rally in Ohio Saturday.
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Posted by DJanssen (+330) 3 months ago
Continuing with the humor, OK, yep, that's what this should be. And you do certainly have your own style. There's nothing more true in any descent mans mind than to dream as Martin Luther King Jr did, that his children would live in a nation where they would be judged not by the color of their skin but the content of their character. Quoted often and rightfully so, it's beautiful. Booker T. Washington, another brilliant person often quoted and rightfully so. I'm growing weary of this humor thread. I know I took it off the rails, my bad. I think I will retire my involvement and recoup for another day. Does that make you the Winner? Oh just one question, changing the subject, wouldn't it be nice if all 50 states had the same voting requirements. Maybe sneak a nationwide uniform voting system (one that uses a #2 pencil)into that Trillion Buck infrastructure bill. Yep, bubble gum and unicorns, that's my two favorites. Signing off for now. B'Bye

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Posted by tom regan (+2492) 3 months ago
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Posted by tom regan (+2492) 3 months ago
Reply to DJanssen (#382575)
DJanssen wrote:
Oh just one question, changing the subject, wouldn't it be nice if all 50 states had the same voting requirements. Maybe sneak a nationwide uniform voting system (one that uses a #2 pencil)into that Trillion Buck infrastructure bill. Yep, bubble gum and unicorns, that's my two favorites. Signing off for now. B'Bye

[Edited by DJanssen (7/1/2021 9:27:11 AM)]


I agree with you. But you are talking about the federal government taking over all elections in the country. The Constitution says almost nothing about how the states should run their elections. This would probably take a Constitutional Convention and another Amendment. And we should also include some voter protections, but we all know that the GOP hates protecting voting rights.
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Posted by Bridgier (+9176) 3 months ago
I believe the constitution absolutely allows for congressional oversight of FEDERAL elections, fyi...
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