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54 minutes ago, ChristineHoard said:

Of course, because we all think and act exactly alike, just as we did for Hillary.  How'd that turn out? 

Lots and lots of old ones voted for her. But Hillary was just too evil to get much more than half of all women voters.

And lots of old ones will vote for Opie. Just more so, 'cause Opie's women are that much sillier.

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10 minutes ago, darkblue said:

Only the old ones voted for her.

Just like only the old ones will vote for Opie. Just more so, 'cause Opie's women are that much sillier.

I love how you lump us all together.  It just proves my point.  I know "old ones" who did not vote for Hillary and I've come across people here in Georgia who assume I voted for Trump because I'm an older white one.  People aren't monolithic.

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5 hours ago, Vautrin said:

Well to each their own.

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I'm neutral on Oprah,

but she is so easy to

make fun of.***

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

As for Stedman. I think he has, after all these years,

earned the title of Mr. Bullet Proof.

 

 

***I'm just curious as to why you think Oprah is so easy to make fun of.  I don't understand your reasoning - - I guess I must have missed the memo on that one.***

 

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Yeah, Donny has made it ok for fat slobs to run for President! (and I'm not referring to Oprah)......and a fat, UGLY slob at that!

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12 hours ago, Vautrin said:

Well to each their own. I'm neutral on Oprah, but she is so easy to

make fun of. As for Stedman. I think he has, after all these years,

earned the title of Mr. Bullet Proof.

Your sexist post always get me in trouble.   :lol:

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14 hours ago, Princess of Tap said:

***I'm just curious as to why you think Oprah is so easy to make fun of.  I don't understand your reasoning - - I guess I must have missed the memo on that one.***

 

There is the long suffering Stedman. The I'm as big as a house, I went on a diet so

I'm no longer as big as a house. Guess what, I'm as big as a house again. And just

a general tiresome mediocrity. Probably a lot of other topics if I read celebrity magazines.

I used to enjoy Oprah when she did that talk show garbage back in the 1980s or so.

The children of drunks, cheaters, etc. I don't think she will run for president, but that

will be up to her. Makes me no never mind.

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23 hours ago, Vautrin said:

Oprah, a  little too old and a bit too chunky.

Oprah? You sure you're not talking about Trump?

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6 hours ago, jamesjazzguitar said:

Your sexist post always get me in trouble.   :lol:

People make fun of Trump for his appearance, so what's wrong with making

fun of Oprah for her appearance. I imagine she's even done it herself. Half

the fun of Bannon is his I just woke up in the gutter after a bad drunk look.

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9 minutes ago, Vautrin said:

People make fun of Trump for his appearance, so what's wrong with making

fun of Oprah for her appearance. I imagine she's even done it herself. Half

the fun of Bannon is his I just woke up in the gutter after a bad drunk look.

Clueless?

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1 hour ago, TomJH said:

Oprah? You sure you're not talking about Trump?

The same could apply to Donny, even more so.

I just find Oprah to be funny.

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1 hour ago, Princess of Tap said:

Clueless?

What's the difference between making fun of a guy for his appearance

or making fun of a woman for her appearance? Folks make fun of

both Bannon and Kellyanne. 

 

Article titles from an issue of O, the Oprah magazine. 32 Ways to Shake

Things Up for the Better. Sparkly Shoes, Toasty Tweeds, Bodacious Bags.

Special Fall Beauty Bonanza. The Fried Chicken You Eat in Paradise. I rest

my case. :) 

 

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11 minutes ago, Vautrin said:

I just find Oprah to be funny.

Not to mention trite - or platitudinous, to use a more exacting word.

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22 minutes ago, Vautrin said:

What's the difference between making fun of a guy for his appearance

or making fun of a woman for her appearance? Folks make fun of

both Bannon and Kellyanne. 

 

Article titles from an issue of O, the Oprah magazine. 32 Ways to Shake

Things Up for the Better. Sparkly Shoes, Toasty Tweeds, Bodacious Bags.

Special Fall Beauty Bonanza. The Fried Chicken You Eat in Paradise. I rest

my case. :) 

 

The full disclosure here-- when I was in the 6th grade I wrote a paper on Winston Churchill and I won the classroom award.

And when I was 19, I took the Winston Churchill tour of the House of Commons and the House of Lords at the Parliament in London.

However,  I'm not necessarily a big fan of Winston Churchill  and I have Never been  a fan of Oprah

-- although I believe that she deserves to be treated with respect, not just in relationship to her physical size but also in relationship to her professional accomplishments and her philanthropy--

But before this becomes a Winston Churchill-type issue, I will simply say:

 

 Never have so few, said so little and took too many words to say it. LOL

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1 hour ago, Vautrin said:

People make fun of Trump for his appearance, so what's wrong with making

fun of Oprah for her appearance. I imagine she's even done it herself. Half

the fun of Bannon is his I just woke up in the gutter after a bad drunk look.

I hear you buddy.

All I did was mention Gabrielle Union and our local PC Angie Dickerson tried to handcuff me.    :lol:

 

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6 hours ago, darkblue said:

Not to mention trite - or platitudinous, to use a more exacting word.

That's a lot of it. Then there is some of the sheer silliness

of a lot of celebrities.

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5 hours ago, Princess of Tap said:

The full disclosure here-- when I was in the 6th grade I wrote a paper on Winston Churchill and I won the classroom award.

And when I was 19, I took the Winston Churchill tour of the House of Commons and the House of Lords at the Parliament in London.

However,  I'm not necessarily a big fan of Winston Churchill  and I have Never been  a fan of Oprah

-- although I believe that she deserves to be treated with respect, not just in relationship to her physical size but also in relationship to her professional accomplishments and her philanthropy--

But before this becomes a Winston Churchill-type issue, I will simply say:

 

 Never have so few, said so little and took too many words to say it. LOL

You mean Churchshill, the fat, racist, imperialist, crooked scumbag?

 

"Keep England White" is a good slogan.

  • On Commonwealth immigration, recorded in Harold Macmillan's diary entry for 1955-01-20 (Peter Catterall (ed.), The Macmillan Diaries: The Cabinet Years, 1950-57 (Macmillan, 2003), p. 382).

Okay, so it's the end of the end.

 

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4 hours ago, jamesjazzguitar said:

I hear you buddy.

All I did was mention Gabrielle Union and our local PC Angie Dickerson tried to handcuff me.    :lol:

 

Yes, but who would object to being handcuffed by Angie Dickinson?

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