Large don quixote 1955

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Usually Tired. Virtue Signaler and Finger wagger. Rides on a High Horse. Oh. And Stop Brexit.

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  1. about 4 years ago on Darrin Bell

    Ha! Excellent.

  2. over 4 years ago on Darrin Bell

    …whatever amount he inherited, it was back in 1974 (when he took over his father’s company’s operations; his father died in 1999). Bearing in mind he had benefited from his father’s largesse while he was alive, and bearing in mind 1974 was 43 years ago, and that the market’s value has increased some 70odd fold since.

  3. over 4 years ago on Gary Varvel

    "Jesus Christ our God and Lord has risen!!! “

    ”He has also ascended to the right hand throne of God the Father."

    …so there are two gods? Thought you guys were monotheists.

  4. over 4 years ago on Gary Varvel

    Never quite worked out that bit, that of an immortal god ‘dying’ for its creations’ sins. If a unique god, howcome a son and howcome the son is god and god is the son (and a holy ghost in some religions). Makes no sense to me. :-/

  5. over 4 years ago on Michael Andrew

    “then the US might not have to spend as much.”

    Bull, U.S. military expenditures are roughly the size of the next seven largest military budgets around the world, combined. You guys spend like crazy to protect your own bloody self-interests.

  6. over 4 years ago on Darrin Bell

    There are ‘hard filibuster’ versus ‘soft filibuster’ types?

    What’s the difference; in one type one can talk about anything and everything, the other it must be TED worthy…?

    Whatever happened to reaching consensus through debate. (yeah, yeah, notice I didn’t place an actual question-mark at the end of that last statement)

  7. over 4 years ago on Michael Andrew

    Look up the NATO Wales summit 2014 and what was agreed to then. Before the election campaign for 2016 even started.

    And once again one must point out that it is not about ‘share of defense expenses’, which are being adhered to when it comes to NATO bases etc, but percentage of national GDP assigned to defence. The target of 2% for each country will also mean it includes other defence commitments other than NATO.

    Man, getting this through to to Trump and Trump supporters is proving particularly tough.

  8. over 4 years ago on Lalo Alcaraz

    I like it.

  9. over 4 years ago on ViewsEurope

    @kurt.zwicky Nicely put. :)

  10. over 4 years ago on ViewsAsia

    According to Trump (in some bizarre fawning interview) it was made of chocolate.