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The shocking thing for me is...

The wicked witch expects people to risk their lives to "resist Trump"

When it was the Clintons who were the massive threat to our country, not Trump.

HILLARY CALLS FOR 'STRENGTH' TO RESIST TRUMP...

Failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton rejected calls of civility in a recent interview, calling for “strength and resolve” to resist President Trump.

The Guardian reports that when asked about some on the left becoming “uncivil” recently, she responded:

“‘Oh, give me a break,’ she erupts, eyes widening into indignation. ‘Give me a break! What is more uncivil and cruel than taking children away? It should be met with resolve and strength. And if some of that comes across as a little uncivil, well, children’s lives are at stake; their futures are at stake. That is that ridiculous concept of bothsideism.'”

Clinton also mocked people who call for civility in political discourse, imitating, “Well, you know, somebody made an insulting, profane remark about President Trump, and he separated 2,300 children from their families, that’s both sides, and we should stop being uncivil — oh, and, by the way, he should stop separating children.

OBAMA: 'You are right to be concerned'...

MICHAEL MOORE: We Have to 'Put Our Bodies on the Line'...

Release Date Set for Doc...

 

If people had any sense, they would be chasing Hillary and the Podestas with pitchforks in hand

(Many want HELLary removed from the planet, in a way that might first give her some pain.

and then forever give her the black reputation she deserves. 

So I have heard some say private- but I am sure they intend no such action themselves.)

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3 hours ago, drbubb said:

Can you explain in 2-3 sentences, why it would be interesting to watch a video with this rough looking guy

the first video (the one you thought might be me) is the accusation.

the other three explain the source of the accusation.

Made well before he was picked by (recommended to?)  Trump to take Trumps place should anything happen to him, like say, he gets impeached.

Why else do you think the republican party believe stealing immigrant kids is a good idea?

https://mobile.nytimes.com/2017/11/21/us/politics/roy-moore-trump-alabama.html

On Tuesday, President Trump made his first remarks on Roy S. Moore since the Senate candidate was accused of improper sexual conduct with a minor.

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You can post those ugly photos HERE, if you need to Sparks

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1 hour ago, drbubb said:

You can post those ugly photos HERE, if you need to Sparks

Its fine, you wanted an explanation to why i think the "major relevations" are a joke, and you've got it.

With Trump doing what we tell him rather than what americans tell him there's at least a chance now you avoid seeing scenes like that first hand.

http://www.abc.net.au/news/2018-07-24/syria-says-israeli-white-helmets-evacuation-criminal-operation/10028326

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SPARKS NEEDED!
At several Conventions of Scumbags...

(as posted elsewhere)

NONSENSE ! 

Why do you have to Lie about everything, Sparks?  R U applying for a CNN job?

Read this:

Carter Page Says Clinton Campaign Was Spreading Rumors of Russian Collusion Months Before Dossier Surfaced (VIDEO)

Carter Page went on with Tucker Carlson on Monday to discuss the release of the FISA court documents used to spy on the Trump campaign.

Carter Page was spied on by the Obama regime despite never even meeting the Russian officials he was accused of dealing with in the junk Steele dossier.

Carter Page: It’s funny in July of 2016, two months before the Yahoo news article came out I started getting these calls from various news reporters, the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Washington Post, CNN, all asking me about these same two names of people I’ve never even heard of, I’ve heard of Sachin, I never even heard of (Igor) Diveykin. So it was obvious. Some people told me from the media they heard it from the Clinton campaign, etc.

Carter Page denied this weekend that he ever discussed lifting Western sanctions with Igor Sachin, a high ranking Russian official. Page never even met the guy. But he was spied on anyway by the criminal Obama regime.

At the end of the day, President Obama will go down in history as one of the most treacherous presidents in this country's history, and very much a practitioner of the "Politics of Personal Destruction", about which, I am sure he learned very much from Hillary Rodham Clinton.

 
Sparks, why do you post lies here everyday?
Do you have so much time on your hands?
Don't you have a hobby, investment research to do, or a scumbags convention to go to, or something?
 
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Scumbags get together - and there are spare chairs for Sparks & friends

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NEW HOBBIES?

Sparks, why don't you go to a UFO convention, or something (you have the $$$, right?)

THIS ONE could be good for you:

The desert air could do you good. getting you away from the diseased fumes of Eastern Europe, which are corroding your mind, it seems

slider-laughlin-ufo-conference-1140x460.

Is it because you are NOT ALLOWED into the US and the UK?

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Honestly, Sparks, get a hobby.

I was going to suspend you for a week to a month a few days ago.

It takes time, and I got interrrupted. I am tired of doing it.

So next time, it might be for six months or a year or more.

Honestly.  Think about it.  There must be better ways to spend your time than making the posts you do here.

That Business Insider conference my be great.  You can hang out with CNN's Jeff Zucker.

Or become a UFO groupee.  Someone there might like those ugly photos you post

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OR GO TO THIS:

> https://10times.com/ignition-newyork

03-04 Dec 2018
New York, USA

IGNITION: Future Of Digital has brought together the best minds in media and technology to share what they see on the horizon. Through unscripted interviews, cutting-edge demos, and insights from industry pioneers, you'll learn what key trends to be aware of and what you need to do to stay ahead.

You can write a Convention Report for us.

Maybe I will ban you until after it ends, and tell you I would welcome a convention report from you

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Okay - Go FLY a Helicopter

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You might get lucky and it will crash, and you can wake up in a hospital with good wifi

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5 minutes ago, drbubb said:

Okay - Go FLY a Helicopter

cc

You might get lucky and it will crash, and you can wake up in a hospital with good wifi

`i've been trying but we've had nothing but thunderstorms and tons of CB for weeks now. stinking low pressure covering the whole eastern block.

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Buy your own Copter.

There must be some cheap old soviet models available

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7 minutes ago, drbubb said:

Buy your own Copter.

There must be some cheap old soviet models available

several over the last couple of months. the agustawestland can handle any conditions, but I'm a fair weather flyer for now at least. and CB in any kind of a heli is not allowed.

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The Kamov K-8 looks good.  Can't be too pricey/

They probably have more modern and safer versions

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Maybe you can find a working Bell 30 somewhere

The 110th anniversary of the first helicopter flight

On Nov. 13, 1907, French engineer and bicycle maker Paul Cornu made history by becoming the first man to fly in a rotary wing aircraft.

The primitive helicopter – a twin rotorcraft powered by a 24-horsepower engine – only lifted Cornu about five feet off the ground, holding him there for 20 seconds at Coquainvilliers, near Lisieux in France.

At 24 years old, Paul Cornu designed and built a working, two-rotor model helicopter that weighed 29 pounds. FAI Photo
At 24 years old, Paul Cornu designed and built a working, two-rotor model helicopter that weighed 29 pounds. FAI Photo
But that was enough for Cornu to take his place in the history books as the first man to successfully fly a rotary wing aircraft.

About Paul Cornu

Cornu was born in 1881 in the French town of Lisieux, where the local high school is named after him to this day.

Once he reached working age, he joined his father in the family business, an automobile, cycles and motorcycles shop where his talent for engineering became clear.

Cornu died in 1944, when his home was destroyed during a World War II allied bombardment.

Cornu’s “flying bicycle”

Like the Wright Brothers, Cornu was a bicycle maker who dreamed of flight.

His inventive skills first came to the fore when, at the age of 24, he designed and built a working, two-rotor model helicopter weighing 29 pounds.

The success of this invention, which he demonstrated at the annual agricultural fair in Lisieux on Oct. 4, 1906, encouraged him to build a large-scale version capable of carrying a passenger.

The helicopter he built had two rotors mounted one behind the other, a 24-horsepower Antoinette engine, and movable flat surfaces, or control vanes, mounted under the rotors for steering purposes.

It was with this machine, known as his “flying bicycle,” that he achieved the first manned helicopter flight on Nov. 13, 1907.

>https://www.verticalmag.com/press-releases/110th-anniversary-first-helicopter-flight/

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10 minutes ago, drbubb said:

The Kamov K-8 looks good.  Can't be too pricey/

They probably have more modern and safer versions

mi8 is the daddy of them all, and bargin at only a few mil, but the maintenance is a biiiiiiitch.

helis are actually the safest form of personal air transport. - don't need a runway to land if the engine fails. "only way to travel"

Although, I've been told, when the opportunity arises I'll change my mind when I get behind the controls of a mig. 

the smaller helis are basically cheaper per mile all in than cars...

AW and Robinsons dominate the market these days, more robbies in hangers than all other helicopter models combined. brand new 44 with a glass cockpit waiting for me as soon as this s'ty weather clears.

 

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" soon as this s'ty weather clears "

One of the secrets of E-Europe sh'tholes is ... the Poor weather

1. Crappy weather

Let’s start with the things that directly affect your psychological well-being: weather. Eastern Europe has four distinct seasons. The difference between seasons is not moderate but extreme: very hot and humid summers and very cold and freezing winters.

Not only are the summers scorchingly unbearable (especially in the southern regions), but to add insult to injury, you don’t really have a nice beach where you can cool off. In the north you have the Baltic Sea but the water is cold year-around. That leaves the warm shores of the Black Sea as the only viable option. But as someone who was born in a major city there, I can assure you that Black Sea beaches truly suck and come nowhere close to the pristine Mediterranean beaches.

Then the gruesome winter arrives. Temperatures start to drop fairly rapidly around late September or early October. In the peak of winter, it’s common to experience at least a foot of snow (and often much, much more). And if you’re in northern Eastern Europe (e.g., northern Russia or Baltic states), the days become very short and you can completely forget seeing any sun at all from late October to late March.

Apart perhaps from Antarctica or Siberia, I can’t think of a more depressing part of the world to spend the winter. Maybe that partly explains why Lithuania ranks second on a list of countries by suicide rate. Don’t forget to pack plenty of Prozac.

> https://mavericktraveler.com/13-things-dont-tell-eastern-europe/

Honestly. Why live in such a place.

The weather in the PH is better.  But it rains too much this time of year

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7 minutes ago, drbubb said:

" soon as this s'ty weather clears "

One of the secrets of E-Europe sh'tholes is ... the Poor weather

 

Not really, been out of the UK 6 years now, this is the first July we've not had pleasant 30 degrees with no humidity nearly every day.

And meanwhile, the folks back in the UK I'm ussually laughing at by now are soon to enter their third month without rain.

 

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2. Unfriendly people

Just like it’s possible to meet super friendly people, it’s also possible to meet unfriendly people. Yep, unfriendly people do exist. The friendliest people I’ve ever met were in Brazil. Other super friendly nationalities are Mexicans and Colombians. People from the Balkans and Southern Europe are also pretty friendly.

But friendliness is definitely not how I would characterize Eastern Europeans. Not even in the most liberal use of that term. Eastern Europeans just aren’t huge fans of smiling and having friendly chitchats. They don’t act warmly to people they don’t know and sometimes even people they do know. Aloof. Reserved. Tough. Capable. The preceding adjectives more accurately describe Eastern Europeans.

The amount of friendliness varies across Eastern Europe: Bulgarians are friendlier than Estonians or Russians, but even Bulgarians or Romanians do not come close in friendliness of the Latin Americans. The good news is that after getting to know you, Eastern Europeans tend to open up and become a bit friendlier.

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Maybe having grim people around you, encourages you to be grim & disagreeable

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44 minutes ago, drbubb said:

Aloof. Reserved. Tough. Capable. The preceding adjectives more accurately describe Eastern Europeans.

pretty much - to outsiders at least. First assumption of any outsider is they are probably a spy.... lot of history with secret police.

but then.

I was in a (small) car crash in Bosnia in a car with Belgrade plates on a country road. Oh shit you might think.

by the time we got the car to the garage, about 20 people had stopped to help, and join in with a bit of banter, reminise Tito times, and a friend of the driver jumped on a bus from Belgrade with the parts that were needed to fix the car (no dealers for the make in Bosnia) Even a couple of policemen stopped, had a chat, and went on with their business.

Exactly never had i seen that degree of community support. Anywhere.

If you want to kill some time and get to understand the region a little more, there is a series called 'the last panther'. really good watch set in Belgrade, London and France on the darker side of the region.

They do things differently, government was always known to be the bad guys, so they learnt to look after and defend themselves.

Awesome economy too, double digit growth again (after America made it policy to bomb the hell out of the region because they couldn't let a socialist economy beat them in every way - which they were doing pre Clinton - the gazelle sa342 being a really good example of that), low inflation, cheap prices. no EU or Crown bullshit...No debt....highly educated population... hope.. - imagine that!

I love it, for all its quirks, intolerances, and passions, I can say what I'm thinking, have a huge heated argument, and everyone is more friendly the day after than they were the day before.

People forget, here is the oldest european population, they've seen and done it all before.

 

 

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The Bulgarian people I have known show a friendliness and character that is diiferent (more genuine perhaps)

than the average Brit.

So maybe you are onto something. But what about the Food?

(maybe there is something in-describe-ably delicious that can be done with rotting potatoes. R U a great chef?):

8. Food sucks

Eastern Europe isn’t known for its variety of exquisite dishes. Most of the dishes are a combination of three ingredients: bread, potatoes and meat. While it’s very hearty, it’s also very flavorless. If you’re there on a short trip or in the beginning of a more extended sojourn, you might find the food interesting and even exotic, but I can guarantee that you’ll quickly get tired of it.

Once you get tired of going out and eating bland local food, you’ll have two options: go to restaurants that serve international cuisine or cook your own food. The problem with the first option is that the international restaurant scene is rather limited in Eastern Europe. While there’re plenty of international restaurants in huge cities like Moscow and St. Petersburg, you won’t have many good options in the smaller cities.

Here in Vilnius, Lithuania, a mid-sized city of half a million located in the European Union, my only reliable option is to have a decent, albeit pricy, burger. There are a couple ethnic restaurants that serve Mexican or Greek food, but they leave a lot to be desired; the Mexican food is bland, the Greek food is not only bland but also expensive. Don’t get me started on the crappy pizza or flavorless Italian food. As a result, I simply all but stopped going out and now mostly cook my own meals.

It’s situations like these that I miss living in New York. There, I can leave my apartment and eat any kind of food from pretty much any country I want, any time of the day, any day of the week, and within any price range. I also remember fondly my days of living in Brazil and Argentina, where I constantly ate fantastic churrasco or juicy steak, respectively.

If you like food with flavor (please remind me how spicy food tastes) or are a vegetarian, you’ll have a pretty difficult time in Eastern Europe.

 

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32 minutes ago, drbubb said:

But what about the Food?

Ukraine could feed all of europe.

Its mushrooms are legendary..... just radioactive....

Yugoslavia.... Ooooohhhh my god. Real Markets, run by Real farmers, America just started importing the blueberries because they fetch double the price of anything grown in the US, and here they are 25 cents a kilo... Cherries are my favourite, keep a freezer full in the winter. I've started taking pictures of most of my meals they are so awesome, can probably share a few if you'd like. Although the best food I've had was actually in Switzerland. Takes a lot for a single burger to be worth $60, they just about pulled it off....

Wines pretty awesome to (and not radioactive like the Calif stuff now is), we've flown to a local vineyard a few times now. because they do this members only thing and employ the regions best chefs.

Local specialty is Rakija and Cevap. Could eat that every day (i like the greek giros too) Polish is very similar to British - not great, to be polite.

You know they eat good healthy food when they look like this:

https://www.google.rs/search?q=Bosnia+women&rlz=1C9BKJA_enUS689US689&hl=en-GB&prmd=inv&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjp_I2RnLncAhUF3SwKHa3nAgkQ_AUIESgB&biw=1366&bih=909

Also, there's definately some crazy witchcraft shizzle going on with the women.

50 year olds you'd swear are teenagers.

__

To put into contextjust how good the food is.

One guy I know works in Holland.

Every Spring he comes here with 3 empty suitcases

fills them with food.

then drives back to holland (slightly modified story skipping how they are smuggled over the border)

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" 50 year olds you'd swear are teenagers. "

Show us one, why not?

But not this one...

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Sweet, maybe.  But not young.

Maybe the older ones are more friendly, more adventurous...

10. Women aren’t as easy you think

One of the biggest reasons (maybe the biggest reason) that single men travel to Eastern Europe is for the affectionate and feminine women—all but an endangered species in the consumer-driven West. There’s some truth to that. The women can be described in one simple word: traditional. They behave how all women have traditionally behaved in the past before the toxicity of Western “values” began to seep into their brains. (For a fun experiment, observe what happens to a Eastern European woman who has spent many years in America.)

But it’s not all peaches and cream in paradise. Traditional women means traditional relationships. And that means you have to forget about Western inventions such as “sex with no string attached” and start reacquainting yourself with the lost art of actual dating—you know, such as opening doors, going out to dinners and actually paying for them.

So, if you don’t want an “independent” woman because she’s so independent that she doesn’t need to you, and, instead, you want a traditional woman, you’ll have to actually learn to devote time to her before you’re rewarded with her feminine charm and gifts.

And for all the guys who think that Eastern Europe is overflowing with easy women (not true), and that alone compensates for everything that makes Eastern Europe suck, my response is always the same: I shrug and realize that I’m dealing with someone who simply has never been to Eastern Europe.

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6 hours ago, drbubb said:

Show us one, why not?

They wont tell you.

until afterwards.

Simultaneously both too young and too old for you...

but plenty of dating sites just for them.

Other than that, yeah, omg men are men and women are not men.. And everyone looks at you confused like thats not the most controversial thing you can say in America.

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You are interested in TIME Travel, right Sparks?

You might find this interesting - go to about 40 minutes in

Ep. 897 FADE to BLACK Jimmy Church w/ Dr. Michael P. Masters : UFOs and Time Travel : LIVE

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6c2y_ktguWE

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5 hours ago, drbubb said:

You are interested in TIME Travel, right Sparks?

You might find this interesting - go to about 40 minutes in

Ep. 897 FADE to BLACK Jimmy Church w/ Dr. Michael P. Masters : UFOs and Time Travel : LIVE

 

 

did we ever get on to

 

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A great film that was!

I want to see it again

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