Bogie56

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    Trump's Biggest Whoppers

    "Chiner ... if yer listenin'" - Joe Biden (yes this a joke - not a quote)
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    Trump's Biggest Whoppers

    No. He is begging for foreign governments to dig up dirt on his opponent in the 2020 election. They can get it by illegal means just as they did in 2016 and Trump wants to win at ANY cost. The only reason Trump got off the hook for accepting something of value/the Russian hack during 2016 was that Mueller had to prove they knew it was a crime. They now know it is a crime BUT how can you monitor interactions the President has with foreign dignitaries just as Trump himself said he does all the time in his tweet?
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    Trump's Biggest Whoppers

    I love how Trump soft peddles collusion by saying that maybe "Norway" would call with opposition research or that he speaks with foreign leaders all the time - such as the Queen. I can see both the Norwegians and the Queen hacking the DNC in the run-up to the 2020 election. What dirt will they reveal? Joe Biden chose the wrong fork when the appetizer was served? We do know that North Korea are very good at hacking. Something Trump has never taken them to task for. Hmm...
  4. New York’s Tribeca Film Festival began in 2002. It’s first foreign language winner of the Best Picture award was in 2003 … Blind Shaft (2003) Yang Li, China
  5. This film won the People’s Choice Award at the 2003 Toronto International Film Festival … Zatoichi (2003) Takeshi Kitano, Japan This film won the Best Canadian Film Award at the 2003 Toronto International Film Festival … The Barbarian Invasions (2003) Denys Arcand, Canada This film won the International Critics Prize at the 2003 Toronto International Film Festival … November (2003) Achero Manas, Spain
  6. This film won the Jury Prize at the 2003 Montreal World Film Festival … Gaz Bar Blues (2003) Louis Belanger, Canada This film won the Most Popular Film Prize at the 2003 Montreal World Film Festival … Planta 4a (2003) Antonio Mercero, Spain
  7. The 2004 San Francisco International Film Festival Best Picture winner was … The Miracle of Bern (2003) Sonke Wortmann, Germany
  8. This foreign language film won the 2003 San Sebastian Film Festival … Gun-shy (2003) Dito Tsintsadze, Germany
  9. The 2003 Locarno International Film Festival foreign film winner was … Silent Waters (2003) Sabiha Sumar, Pakistan
  10. This foreign language film won at the 2003 Venice Film Festival …. The Return (2003) Andrei Zvyaginstev, Russia
  11. The 2003 Chicago International Film Festival’s Best Picture Award went to this foreign language film … Crimson Gold (2003) Jafar Panahi, Iran The 2004 Chicago International Film Festival’s Best Picture Award went to this foreign language film … Kontroll (2003) Nimrod Antal, Hungary
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    Trump's Biggest Whoppers

    Nowhere in Trump's argument that it is okay to accept stolen dirt on your opponent from a hostile foreign government is the notion that one would become compromised. Okay, now the collusion is out in the open because it was forced into the open. But not long ago everyone in the Trump campaign was lying about ANY contacts with Russians whatsoever. After the Trump Tower meeting Don Jr. was on national tv saying it was despicable for the Democrats to accuse them of contact with the Russians. Now Junior is relying on the fact that his dishonesty in his prior testimony before Congress cannot be proven because Michael Cohen is a convicted liar. It is all too rich.
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    Trump's Biggest Whoppers

    It's pretty rich when Trump accuses the democrats of being the party of anger and hatred when all he does all day long is spew anger and hatred himself. It is like accusing one of being intolerant because you criticize another for their intolerant behaviour. But of course Trump always accuses others of crimes and misdemeanours that he himself is guilty of. "No you're the puppet. You're the puppet!"
  14. Friday, June 14 A day of shark films. I guess Donald Trump will be glued to TCM today. Then ... 2:45 a.m. The Robot vs the Aztec Mummy (1958). The last time I saw this was the Friday fright night television show out of Buffalo.
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    Trump's Biggest Whoppers

    Not a stretch to think that he would use the power of his office to try to bring about their downfall one way or the other either.
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    Trump's Biggest Whoppers

    Russher if your'e listening ... let's have those pee-pee tapes.
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    Trump's Biggest Whoppers

    Trump's comment that he would not allow spying on Kim Jung-un has apparently left the CIA scrambling to assure agents overseas such as those inside Russia that the President is not about to sell them out for political expediency.
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    Trump's Biggest Whoppers

    Capital Weather Gang Analysis Planet is entering ‘new climate regime’ with ‘extraordinary’ heat waves intensified by global warming, study says Simultaneous heat waves scorched land areas all over the Northern Hemisphere last summer, killing hundreds and hospitalizing thousands while intensifying destructive and deadly wildfires. A study published this week in the journal Earth’s Future concludes that this heat wave epidemic “would not have occurred without human-induced climate change.” The alarming part? There are signs record-setting heat waves are beginning anew this summer — signaling, perhaps, that these exceptional and widespread heat spells are now the norm. In the past few days, blistering, abnormal heat has afflicted several parts of the Northern Hemisphere, including major population centers. New Delhi, India’s capital, soared to 118.4 degrees (48 Celsius) Monday, its highest temperature ever recorded in June. Some parts of India have seen the mercury eclipse 122 degrees (50 Celsius) in recent days, not far off the country’s all-time high. On the other side of the hemisphere, the temperature in San Francisco shot up to 100 degrees (37.8 Celsius) Monday, its highest temperatures ever recorded in the months of June, July or August, or this early in the calendar year. Heat spread unusually far north, even up into the northern reaches of Scandinavia. Mika Rantanen, a meteorologist at the University of Helsinki, tweeted last Friday that there “are no known cases in Finland’s climate history when it has been hotter than now so early in the summer.” Temperatures above 86 degrees (30 Celsius) penetrated inside the Arctic Circle, he noted.
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    Trump's Biggest Whoppers

    Canada’s wildfire season is off to a ferocious start By Amanda Coletta ● Read more »
  20. The 2003 winner of the Mainichi Film Award was … Akame 48 Waterfalls (2003) Genijiro Arato, Japan
  21. The 2003 winner of the Japan Blue Ribbon Award was … Akame 48 Waterfalls (2003) Genijiro Arato, Japan
  22. Italy’s Nastro d’Argento Film Journalists 2003/04 Best Picture winners included … I’m Not Scared (2003) Gabrielle Salvatroes, Italy Italy’s Nastro d’Argento Film Journalists 2004/05 Best Picture winners included … The Best of Youth (2003) Marco Tulio Giordana, Italy
  23. The 2003 Danish Bodil Award for Best Non-American Picture went to … Goodbye Lenin! (2003) Wolfgang Becker, Germany
  24. The 2004 Argentinian Film Critics Association Best Foreign Film Award went to … Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter … and Spring (2003) Ki-duk Kim, South Korea
  25. The 2003 Broadcast Critics Foreign Film included …. The Barbarian Invasions (2003) Denys Arcand, Canada **** Swimming Pool (2003) Francois Ozon, France The 2005 Broadcast Critics Foreign Film included this nominee … Oldboy (2003) Park Chan-Wook, South Korea

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