Now you have poo-tato salad. I'm not proud of myself.
I'd call that a beer bottle tip. Common scoring technique in the College leagues.
Kim did the power move on Trump and placed his hand on his back to escort him out. For someone who works so hard at showing dominance through body language, I'm unimpressed that he let that happen.
I'm pretty sure a multi-cultural yogurt ad confirms the Right's greatest racist fears.
Setting race relations back 75 years and confirming the far right's greatest racist fears in one short set....bravo sir, take a bow.
Quick! Club it!!
Looks like that bird has a drinking problem. No seriously, he has no idea how to drink out of a cup.
I think that short guy could jump over his own head.
If there were fewer environmental regulations this sulfur could have been safely dumped straight into the local water supply and this fire would have never happened. Drain the swamp!
You're not a true fan.
I'm glad I'm intelligent enough to figure out why that's funny.
"The Ghia had good aerodynamics from the start..." It has terrible aerodynamics. That rounded front pushes air underneath the body. Over 300kph? (~190mph) I don't think so. Only in very short bursts. They show him hitting 174mph but I'm guessing he backed off quick. I have about 130hp in mine and I once had it just under 120mph At that speed, the front wheels were scary loose. It felt like a sudden headwind would have sent me airborne. It's fun for short bursts of acceleration though.
Is there a pro-gun talking point that was missed? Maybe you wanted her to personally attack a teenage victim? I suspect you feel it wasn't a fair exchange because the opposing side got to voice opinions. Suppressing the dissenting views is the most effective way to defend the indefensible.
I don't get how this is both sides. Because it's not.
My brain is moving slow this morning. But it sounds like an argument that wealthy people should stop hoarding wealth and allow more equitable distribution because they'll be better off. But they already have all the wealth in the current system, so you're not incentivizing them to change their patterns. If you're arguing for a new system that doesn't allow the amassing of wealth by a small percentage of people, you're going to have an uphill battle because money = speech and thus, those with the money have more rights to decide how the system works.
Mental health is a completely separate issue that's being used as a distraction. It's certainly worthy of discussion but it does not belong as part of the gun debate. I am not for banning weapons. I would, however, set the bar for ownership so high that only committed hobbyists would own the most extreme weapons. The more potentially impactful the weapon, the higher the bar. I have no problem with someone casually walking into a store and buying a bolt-action .22 target rifle or a break action sporting shotgun with a fast background check. The licensing, training and security check requirements would then grow progressively stringent until you get to fast shooting, large ammo capacity, medium-large caliber weapons. At which point there should be annual training and recertification requirements, in-home verification of safe storage compliance, thorough background checks and anything else. Any committed hobbyist is already training regularly with their firearms and storing them safely. The certification requirements are no more than a verification of the practices they already follow. What's needed is to weed out the casual purchasers, the revenge-fantasy dreamers and the paramilitary idiots.
The animation is cool. The description is pseudo-profound bullshit.
Seriously, how did no one at CNN make the Blues Brothers connection?
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