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1 hour ago, Carnoustie Young Guvnor said:

I could tell quite a few Trump stories that are excellent but won't share on here.

:lol:

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A quick look on Betfair for curiosity and I see Trump is into 11/1...

Should we be worried? His odds have steadily shortened since yesterday..  

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1 hour ago, Carnoustie Young Guvnor said:

No doubt about it, said it all along, he's the greatest troll of all time.

And no way could he be that stupid.  I will be called a liar so won't elaborate but I've spent some time in the company of people who know him and have met him, and every one has said he isn't nearly as stupid as he comes across on TV, that's an act.

 

1 hour ago, Carnoustie Young Guvnor said:

Yeah I knew that.  I've met like fifty people who are friends of his or have had lunch with him etc.  And when I say met I mean spent hours in their company. I could tell quite a few Trump stories that are excellent but won't share on here.

 

55 minutes ago, Carnoustie Young Guvnor said:

Its true.  I knew I'd get this Incase you hadn't gathered I spent years caddying at one of the top ten golf courses in the world.  You get people from the highest echelons of American politics all the time.  Off the top of my head in recent years I've had the governor of Alabama, Joe Biden's chief of staff, a guy who co-owned a political consulting firm with Karl Rove, a city commissioner from Cincinatti, a Democratic Senator from California, on and on and on.  And if it isn't a figure directly involved in politics they generally are very well connected to those that are.

 

 

33 minutes ago, Carnoustie Young Guvnor said:

Carnoustie and a bit on the Old Course too.  You wouldn't believe the people you meet.  I must have met a hundred billionaires, and the ex PM of Canada, even the ones who aren't in politics are often very closely connected to it.  Friends of the Bush's etc very common.

Last year had a guy can't remember what he did, nice guy, 17th hole, now you have a rule in caddying - no matter what never mention politics or religion.  Espeically with Americans, cause a lot of them are very religious. 

But sometimes you do if they do, you can feel them out a bit.  Anyway somehow politics came up and I went on a 45 second rant about what a terrible person Trump is and what a disgrace it is that he's president.  The guy was really nice and dignified, let me finish, then just goes 'Mr Trump is actually a close personal friend of mine, his daughter from his second marriage to Marla Maples is my daughter's best friend they were college roommates, I've visited him in the White House several times blah blah blah'.  So you never know who you're talking to. 

 

29 minutes ago, Carnoustie Young Guvnor said:

I mean you can't take that back, glad it was the 17th hole.  Another guy told me he won a competition at one of Trump's courses and part of his prize was he got to have lunch with him.  So he gets taken into this verandah type area Trump is there, apparently he had about 15 mobile phones arranged on the table in front of him.  All in a big semi circle.  Said Trump had lunch with him, and every 30 seconds or so one would ring, Trump would answer it, bark some instructions, then carry on his conversation.  He said whatever anybody else says about him he isn't stupid, he was carrying on 16 conversations at once.  That other guy above actually he said that too, he said 'what you see on TV is a persona' etc.

Why are you just telling us this now? I'm all aquiver waiting for your next exciting tale.

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32 minutes ago, Carnoustie Young Guvnor said:

I mean you can't take that back, glad it was the 17th hole.  Another guy told me he won a competition at one of Trump's courses and part of his prize was he got to have lunch with him.  So he gets taken into this verandah type area Trump is there, apparently he had about 15 mobile phones arranged on the table in front of him.  All in a big semi circle.  Said Trump had lunch with him, and every 30 seconds or so one would ring, Trump would answer it, bark some instructions, then carry on his conversation.  He said whatever anybody else says about him he isn't stupid, he was carrying on 16 conversations at once.  That other guy above actually he said that too, he said 'what you see on TV is a persona' etc.

"Ok Joe, next phone, this guy's luvin it!"

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This is a brilliant place to see thousands and thousands of his insane ramblings - maybe the most beautiful insane ramblings in history. 

https://en.m.wikiquote.org/wiki/Donald_Trump

A few classics:

I'm also honored to have the greatest temperament that anybody has.

  • Quoted by Sam Stein (3 November 2016)

In theory I could run my business perfectly, and then run the country perfectly. And there's never been a case like this where somebody's had, like, if you look at other people of wealth, they didn't have this kind of asset and this kind of wealth, frankly. It's just a different thing

This administration is running like a fine-tuned machine.

You know what uranium is, right? It's a thing called nuclear weapons and other things like lots of things are done with uranium including some bad things.

We're thinking about building the wall as a solar wall, so it creates energy, and pays for itself. And this way Mexico will have to pay much less money, and that's good, right, is that good? You're the first group I've told that to, a solar wall, makes sense, let's see, we're working it out, we'll see, solar wall, panels, beautiful. I mean actually think of it, the higher it goes the more valuable it is, it's like... pretty good imagination [points to his own head], right, good? My idea.

If you have a windmill anywhere near your house, congratulations, your house just went down 75 percent in value. And they say the noise causes cancer. You told me that one, OK. [makes circles with his hands and a noise with his mouth] You know the thing makes so... and of course it's like a graveyard for birds.

 

  • We have a situation where we're looking very strongly at sinks and showers, and other elements of bathrooms.
  • You turn on the faucet and you don't get any water..
  • People are flushing toilets 10 times, 15 times.
  • They have so much water that it comes down. It's called rain.

I don't know. I really don't know. I don't know. I don't know John Lewis. He chose not to come to my inauguration. He chose -- I don't -- I never met John Lewis actually, I don't believe.Trump was responding to how civil rights icon John Lewis will be remembered, as quoted by Tyler Olson (3 August 2020), "Trump withholds praise for John Lewis, notes he 'didn't come to my inauguration'

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6 hours ago, Jacksgranda said:

How many Bushes do you think were president?

Oh, ffs. Doubly ridiculous given that it was in a post where I was making fun of someone else for being stupid. 🙄

Anyway, to answer your question: 2 two many.

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8 hours ago, Carnoustie Young Guvnor said:

Its true.  I knew I'd get this Incase you hadn't gathered I spent years caddying at one of the top ten golf courses in the world.  You get people from the highest echelons of American politics all the time.  Off the top of my head in recent years I've had the governor of Alabama, Joe Biden's chief of staff, a guy who co-owned a political consulting firm with Karl Rove, a city commissioner from Cincinatti, a Democratic Senator from California, on and on and on.  And if it isn't a figure directly involved in politics they generally are very well connected to those that are.

 

 

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1 hour ago, Shotgun said:

Oh, ffs. Doubly ridiculous given that it was in a post where I was making fun of someone else for being stupid. 🙄

Anyway, to answer your question: 2 two many.

2 too many?

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Deep Staters refusing to let Trump withdraw from Afghanistan before his term is up.

Hopefully we see a comedy version of the Eisenhower Military Industrial Complex speech at the inauguration. 

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I never buy any of this stuff about folk who come across as morons being "actually... very intelligent". If folk even have to say that about you, it's probably a sign that you're not. I'm willing to believe he's not as big a moron as he comes across at times but he's just not a very smart guy. Same goes for Boris Johnson.

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