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  1. 13 days ago on Clay Jones

    I recall an interview Fred Sr had when he mentioned that Donald was on a transcontinental flight and then added that it would probably be good for everyone if it crashed.

  2. 13 days ago on Clay Jones

    I do think that naming a Donald J Trump Federal Prison is a reasonable bid, though.

  3. 23 days ago on Mike Luckovich

    They are not gold, but “Brassy Mustard”, a shade which needs to officially be labelled as “Trump’s Gold” just as there are specimens of Fool’s Gold.

  4. about 2 months ago on Clay Jones

    Not exorbitant. The fines requested were the amount he profited in saved interest by faking his evaluation level. He was finally fined 20 million dollars less than that amount, so he earned 20 million dollars, at least that will be the case if he ever pays and avoids interest on the fine.

  5. about 2 months ago on Clay Jones

    Yup, “These shoes were made for grifting”, a play on Nancy Sinatra’s “These boots were made for walking”.

  6. about 2 months ago on Clay Jones

    If on a Mac shift command + together.

  7. about 2 months ago on Clay Jones

    I put on my yellow lensed focus sharpening fitovers and enlarged the image and it does say “These shoes were made for grifting” which is good play on the Nancy Sinatra song, “These boots were made for walking”.

  8. about 2 months ago on Clay Jones

    Reports are that their wholesale cost for him is $19 dollars a pair, so instead of the normal doubling to $38 they would cost in the retail clothing industry (which should be lessened by his not covering a storefront nor advertising), they have a markup of 21x above wholesale.

  9. about 2 months ago on Clay Jones

    Normally, in clothing there is the wholesale price then that doubles for the retail price largely to offset costs like storefront, advertising, employees, etc.

    In the case of those gaudy hitops the price is 21 times the wholesale when that manufacturers’ prices were checked by reporters. They should be $38 retail, and would be in the real market, not the $399 he is charging. Actually, since he does not have to advertise nor have a storefront they should be a sale price below $38.

    It strikes me that this evaluation is incredibly similar to his faulty real estate evaluations, just with many of the people being suckered not handling 8 figure loans so not wearing designer suits.

    He has repeated difficulties with misrepresenting values of multiple types.

  10. 3 months ago on Pearls Before Swine

    How could anyone go to Glacier in the winter and not watch the gatherings of bald eagles?