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Re: Krajicek: Djoker Can Win The Next 6 Slams #tennisDjavid Ben Gurion, FOUR TIMES Champ of Wimbledon  07/17/18
Re: Krajicek: Djoker Can Win The Next 6 Slams #tennisI}e $H /-\\ u N  07/17/18
Re: 400,000 of Obama's twitter followers were fake bots, but 12ussr guys bought ads?michael doodikoff  07/17/18
Re: Why is Russia our enemy?,.,..,.,..,.,.,.,..,.,..,..,..,.,,..,.,,.  07/17/18
Re: crippling autistic rage,,,.,.,,....,,,.,.,.,.,,...,,,,  07/17/18
Re: $5,000 for a firm website?Ginobili, Pure Ginobili  07/17/18
Re: 10 year old girl gunned down by 4 men in DC; somehow no arrests made:John P. Cocksman  07/17/18
Re: 400,000 of Obama's twitter followers were fake bots, but 12ussr guys bought ads?biglaw lives matter (retired)  07/17/18
Re: Earl, nutella other lolyers making 400k+. Do you feel like you are crushing it?nutella  07/17/18
Re: Just whispered ASSFAGGOT in my office to nobody in particularracist lance bass  07/17/18
Re: big Times piece on *Soros*Sir Incelot  07/17/18
Re: Not a Trumpmo, been supportive/open minded, yesterday he fucked upUpset Jew (semi-retired in Boca)  07/17/18
Re: XO is a complete embarrassment now.spaceporn2525  07/17/18
Re: Earl, nutella other lolyers making 400k+. Do you feel like you are crushing it?.,.,.;.,..,..,.,:,,:,..,..,::,..,:,.,.:,..:.,;:.,.  07/17/18
Re: Why is Russia our enemy?,,..,...,..,.,...,.,.,.,,,,,,,..,.,.,.  07/17/18
Re: Trumptards, can we at least agree that we need a civil war?libcrusher180  07/17/18
Re: Trumptards, can we at least agree that we need a civil war?libcrusher180  07/17/18
Re: Earl, nutella other lolyers making 400k+. Do you feel like you are crushing it?,.,...,..,.,.,:,.:,.,.,:::,...,:,.,.:.:.,:.::,  07/17/18
Re: donny if u like astronomy point ur telescope toward dem party Extinction Burstbiglaw lives matter (retired)  07/17/18
Re: You are a huge faggot if you "go in house" from big law,,,.,.,,....,,,.,.,.,.,,...,,,,  07/17/18
Re: prole tell: sneaking additional MIRV warheads on trident missiles in violation oevan39  07/17/18
Re: 10 year old girl gunned down by 4 men in DC; somehow no arrests made:,.,..,.,..,.,.,.,..,.,..,..,..,.,,..,.,,.  07/17/18
Re: Even "impeachment" will fail against Trumpbiglaw lives matter (retired)  07/17/18
Re: Why is Russia our enemy?,,..,...,..,.,...,.,.,.,,,,,,,..,.,.,.  07/17/18
Re: XO is a complete embarrassment now.spaceporn2525  07/17/18
Re: Trumptards, can we at least agree that we need a civil war?libcrusher180  07/17/18
Re: So trumpmos dont care about small govt and free markets anymore?females are strong as hell  07/17/18
Re: Earl, nutella other lolyers making 400k+. Do you feel like you are crushing it?Djavid Ben Gurion, FOUR TIMES Champ of Wimbledon  07/17/18
Re: Trumptards, can we at least agree that we need a civil war?Sir Incelot  07/17/18
Re: Earl, nutella other lolyers making 400k+. Do you feel like you are crushing it?Religion of Peace ©  07/17/18
Re: Any JRPG fans planning on buying Octopath Traveler?michael doodikoff  07/17/18
Re: XO is a complete embarrassment now.spaceporn2525  07/17/18
Re: Is this Alexandria Ocasio Cortez in her PRIME? 2010 BU vidESL TM..,..;;.  07/17/18
Re: Rach: We need sticky noting that nothing pedophilic about liking 14-17 y/o'sDeath, Taxes & NOWAG  07/17/18
Re: What's up with this expecting mothers forum?.;:..;:;.:.;.,,,.,.:,.;;,;;;..;,  07/17/18
Re: Penile radiance just as important as girth and length, maybe more importantDeath, Taxes & NOWAG  07/17/18
Re: Earl, nutella other lolyers making 400k+. Do you feel like you are crushing it?Religion of Peace ©  07/17/18
Re: "On my 16th hour of discussing politics, I defecated into my diaper. The feelingthe jewish nigger lassalle  07/17/18
Re: Autistic Chad blowing balloons with his condom after he fucks your GFDeath, Taxes & NOWAG  07/17/18
Re: "On my 16th hour of discussing politics, I defecated into my diaper. The feelingHojRakso  07/17/18
Re: So trumpmos dont care about small govt and free markets anymore?loans originated on or after July 1, 2018,  07/17/18
Re: Penile radiance just as important as girth and length, maybe more importantwhen moon?  07/17/18
Re: big Times piece on *Soros*Death, Taxes & NOWAG  07/17/18
Re: Autistic Chad blowing balloons with his condom after he fucks your GFCapTTTainFalcon  07/17/18
Re: "xo's Golden Age!" he screamed as the bloodspinner whirred its way through his aHojRakso  07/17/18
Re: What's up with this expecting mothers forum?\'\'\"\'\'\'\'\'\"\'\'\'\"\'\'\'  07/17/18
Re: Trumptards, can we at least agree that we need a civil war?Muscadine wine  07/17/18
Re: BUMP when Trump loses re-election in 2020Sir Incelot  07/17/18
Re: So trumpmos dont care about small govt and free markets anymore?loans originated on or after July 1, 2018,  07/17/18
Re: Earl, nutella other lolyers making 400k+. Do you feel like you are crushing it?ESL TM..,..;;.  07/17/18
Re: BUMP when Trump loses re-election in 2020,..,......,...,......,.....,...,....  07/17/18
Re: Any JRPG fans planning on buying Octopath Traveler?michael doodikoff  07/17/18
Re: Obama: Strongman politics are a rising threat to democracy~~(>\' \' )>  07/17/18
Re: Earl, nutella other lolyers making 400k+. Do you feel like you are crushing it?Religion of Peace ©  07/17/18
Re: prole tell: sneaking additional MIRV warheads on trident missiles in violation oSir Incelot  07/17/18
Re: Earl, nutella other lolyers making 400k+. Do you feel like you are crushing it?Djavid Ben Gurion, FOUR TIMES Champ of Wimbledon  07/17/18
Re: Is this Alexandria Ocasio Cortez in her PRIME? 2010 BU vidMuscadine wine  07/17/18
Re: Even "impeachment" will fail against TrumpDon Kihote  07/17/18
Re: Why is Russia our enemy?Bedroom Bully  07/17/18
Re: If No clients lined up how much living expenses to save before going soloUSS Idris Elba  07/17/18
Re: XO is a complete embarrassment now..,.,,..,.,,.,,,:,,:,...,:::,.,.,:,.,.:...:.,:.::,.  07/17/18
Re: XO is a complete embarrassment now.females are strong as hell  07/17/18
Re: Earl, nutella other lolyers making 400k+. Do you feel like you are crushing it?Religion of Peace ©  07/17/18
Re: prole tell: sneaking additional MIRV warheads on trident missiles in violation oHojRakso  07/17/18
Re: Even "impeachment" will fail against Trumpevan39  07/17/18
Re: If No clients lined up how much living expenses to save before going soloUSS Idris Elba  07/17/18
Re: Is this Alexandria Ocasio Cortez in her PRIME? 2010 BU vidEsoteric Transmissions  07/17/18
Re: If No clients lined up how much living expenses to save before going solomichael doodikoff  07/17/18
Re: Earl, nutella other lolyers making 400k+. Do you feel like you are crushing it?.,.,.;.,..,..,.,:,,:,..,..,::,..,:,.,.:,..:.,;:.,.  07/17/18
Re: Why is Russia our enemy?ESL TM..,..;;.  07/17/18
Re: Earl, nutella other lolyers making 400k+. Do you feel like you are crushing it?Djavid Ben Gurion, FOUR TIMES Champ of Wimbledon  07/17/18
Re: If No clients lined up how much living expenses to save before going soloVerne lundquist  07/17/18
Re: Does Bowser rape Peach?USS Idris Elba  07/17/18
Re: If No clients lined up how much living expenses to save before going solomoon, luis  07/17/18
Re: Why is Russia our enemy?the jewish nigger lassalle  07/17/18
Re: Earl, nutella other lolyers making 400k+. Do you feel like you are crushing it?,.,...,..,.,.,:,.:,.,.,:::,...,:,.,.:.:.,:.::,  07/17/18
Re: Not a Trumpmo, been supportive/open minded, yesterday he fucked uplawman8  07/17/18
Re: If No clients lined up how much living expenses to save before going solo~~(>\' \' )>  07/17/18
Re: What exactly did Trump do wrong?Insane right-wing gun nut  07/17/18
Re: Is this Alexandria Ocasio Cortez in her PRIME? 2010 BU vidUSS Idris Elba  07/17/18
Re: XO is a complete embarrassment now.Oh, you travel?  07/17/18
Re: prole tell: sneaking additional MIRV warheads on trident missiles in violation othe jewish nigger lassalle  07/17/18
Re: Time is a flat circle - shitlibs will hold McCarthy style anti-russian hearings...,,....,,.,,,..,,,,...  07/17/18
Re: Why is Russia our enemy?,,..,...,..,.,...,.,.,.,,,,,,,..,.,.,.  07/17/18
Re: Why is Russia our enemy?deus vult  07/17/18
Re: Is this Alexandria Ocasio Cortez in her PRIME? 2010 BU vidUSS Idris Elba  07/17/18
Re: Does Bowser rape Peach?CapTTTainFalcon  07/17/18
Re: XO is a complete embarrassment now..,.,...,;..,.,.,:,,:,...,:::,.,.,:,,,.:.,:.,:.::,.  07/17/18
Re: Any JRPG fans planning on buying Octopath Traveler?.... -^^,--,~....  07/17/18
Re: "DEFEND ARE BORDERS" unless its Russia invading our electoral process,,..,...,..,.,...,.,.,.,,,,,,,..,.,.,.  07/17/18
Re: Why is Russia our enemy?Sir Incelot  07/17/18
Re: Alexandria Ocasio Cortez: dozens of 50+ threads. You? Ljlevan39  07/17/18
Re: Earl, nutella other lolyers making 400k+. Do you feel like you are crushing it?Djavid Ben Gurion, FOUR TIMES Champ of Wimbledon  07/17/18
Re: Any JRPG fans planning on buying Octopath Traveler?Diamond Dallas Chad  07/17/18
Re: If No clients lined up how much living expenses to save before going solo\'\'\'\'\'\'\'\"\'\"  07/17/18
Re: Only white guys like Ocasio-Cortez.,.,...,;..,.,.,:,,:,...,:::,.,.,:,,,.:.,:.,:.::,.  07/17/18
Re: Why is Russia our enemy?Sir Incelot  07/17/18
Re: Only white guys like Ocasio-Cortez.,.,...,;..,.,.,:,,:,...,:::,.,.,:,,,.:.,:.,:.::,.  07/17/18
Re: XO is a complete embarrassment now.HojRakso  07/17/18
Re: Obama: Strongman politics are a rising threat to democracyfemales are strong as hell  07/17/18
Re: place blowsDon Kihote  07/17/18
Re: Is this Alexandria Ocasio Cortez in her PRIME? 2010 BU vid.,.,...,;..,.,.,:,,:,...,:::,.,.,:,,,.:.,:.,:.::,.  07/17/18
Re: Any JRPG fans planning on buying Octopath Traveler?Diamond Dallas Chad  07/17/18
Re: Is this Alexandria Ocasio Cortez in her PRIME? 2010 BU vid.,.,...,;..,.,.,:,,:,...,:::,.,.,:,,,.:.,:.,:.::,.  07/17/18
Re: Earl, nutella other lolyers making 400k+. Do you feel like you are crushing it?nutella  07/17/18
Re: Any JRPG fans planning on buying Octopath Traveler?.... -^^,--,~....  07/17/18
Re: Is this Alexandria Ocasio Cortez in her PRIME? 2010 BU vid.,.,...,;..,.,.,:,,:,...,:::,.,.,:,,,.:.,:.,:.::,.  07/17/18
Re: Is this Alexandria Ocasio Cortez in her PRIME? 2010 BU vid.,.,...,;..,.,.,:,,:,...,:::,.,.,:,,,.:.,:.,:.::,.  07/17/18
Re: Kennedy-Mao Blood Oathscolt tp  07/17/18
Re: Earl, nutella other lolyers making 400k+. Do you feel like you are crushing it?Djavid Ben Gurion, FOUR TIMES Champ of Wimbledon  07/17/18
Re: Is this Alexandria Ocasio Cortez in her PRIME? 2010 BU videvan39  07/17/18
Re: the scarce resource of Jewish self-awareness is at all time lows.... -^^,--,~....  07/17/18
Re: So trumpmos dont care about small govt and free markets anymore?.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.  07/17/18
Re: Any JRPG fans planning on buying Octopath Traveler?.;:..;:;.:.;.,,,.,.:,.;;,;;;..;,  07/17/18
Re: "No prior president has ever abased himself more abjectly before a tyrant".,.,...,..,..,.,:,,:,,..,:::,.,.,:,.,.:..:.,:.::,,  07/17/18
Re: So trumpmos dont care about small govt and free markets anymore?.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.  07/17/18
Re: Does Bowser rape Peach?deus vult  07/17/18
Re: Obama: Strongman politics are a rising threat to democracySir Incelot  07/17/18
Re: Earl, nutella other lolyers making 400k+. Do you feel like you are crushing it?Djavid Ben Gurion, FOUR TIMES Champ of Wimbledon  07/17/18
Re: Day dreaming about gunning down a host of gooks in the bush to surf rockracist lance bass  07/17/18
Re: Only white guys like Ocasio-CortezLAPD officer on paid administrative leave  07/17/18
Re: Earl, nutella other lolyers making 400k+. Do you feel like you are crushing it?nutella  07/17/18
Re: If No clients lined up how much living expenses to save before going soloDeath, Taxes & NOWAG  07/17/18
Re: Any JRPG fans planning on buying Octopath Traveler?Diamond Dallas Chad  07/17/18
Re: Only white guys like Ocasio-CortezLAPD officer on paid administrative leave  07/17/18
Re: Only white guys like Ocasio-Cortez.... -^^,--,~....  07/17/18
Re: Is this Alexandria Ocasio Cortez in her PRIME? 2010 BU vid.,.,...,;..,.,.,:,,:,...,:::,.,.,:,,,.:.,:.,:.::,.  07/17/18
Re: XO is a complete embarrassment now..,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.  07/17/18
Re: So trumpmos dont care about small govt and free markets anymore?the goys are back in town  07/17/18
Re: Earl, nutella other lolyers making 400k+. Do you feel like you are crushing it?Djavid Ben Gurion, FOUR TIMES Champ of Wimbledon  07/17/18
Re: "No prior president has ever abased himself more abjectly before a tyrant",.,..,.,..,.,.,.,..,.,..,..,..,.,,..,.,,.  07/17/18
Re: Is this Alexandria Ocasio Cortez in her PRIME? 2010 BU vidUSS Idris Elba  07/17/18
Re: Is this Alexandria Ocasio Cortez in her PRIME? 2010 BU vidUSS Idris Elba  07/17/18
Re: Is this Alexandria Ocasio Cortez in her PRIME? 2010 BU vid.,.,...,;..,.,.,:,,:,...,:::,.,.,:,,,.:.,:.,:.::,.  07/17/18
Re: Ran a mile in 12 minutes at age 33, prestigious?Just wants a hug.  07/17/18
Re: If No clients lined up how much living expenses to save before going solomy dog takes more 7.5 mi constitutionals than I do  07/17/18
Re: Earl, nutella other lolyers making 400k+. Do you feel like you are crushing it?Djavid Ben Gurion, FOUR TIMES Champ of Wimbledon  07/17/18
Re: Does Bowser rape Peach?cannon  07/17/18
Re: Earl, nutella other lolyers making 400k+. Do you feel like you are crushing it?my dog has more potential mates than i do  07/17/18
Re: Why is Russia our enemy?.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.  07/17/18
Re: XO is a complete embarrassment now.currently pooping  07/17/18
Re: Is this Alexandria Ocasio Cortez in her PRIME? 2010 BU vid~~(>\' \' )>  07/17/18
Re: You are a huge faggot if you "go in house" from big lawUSS Idris Elba  07/17/18
Re: Earl, nutella other lolyers making 400k+. Do you feel like you are crushing it?nutella  07/17/18
Re: Any JRPG fans planning on buying Octopath Traveler?.;:..;:;.:.;.,,,.,.:,.;;,;;;..;,  07/17/18
Re: Plunge pools in all white rooms count as art nowdeus vult  07/17/18
Re: You are a huge faggot if you "go in house" from big lawUSS Idris Elba  07/17/18
Re: Is this Alexandria Ocasio Cortez in her PRIME? 2010 BU vidnihilist star wars  07/17/18
Re: big Times piece on *Soros*jonnyBlaze  07/17/18
Re: Only white guys like Ocasio-Cortezevan39  07/17/18
Re: Being anything but king is an embarrassmentPikashrew used Thunderthighs!  07/17/18
Re: You are a huge faggot if you "go in house" from big lawUSS Idris Elba  07/17/18
Re: Earl, nutella other lolyers making 400k+. Do you feel like you are crushing it?my dog has more potential mates than i do  07/17/18
Re: You are a huge faggot if you "go in house" from big lawUSS Idris Elba  07/17/18
Re: Any JRPG fans planning on buying Octopath Traveler?Dickey Simpkins  07/17/18
Re: Lol bullrun over, ETH back down under $500.,.,.,,,.,,.,.,.,,.,.,.,.,.,,.,.,.,.  07/17/18
Re: Today I used my unemployment California debit card to purchase groceriesmy dog takes more 7.5 mi constitutionals than I do  07/17/18
Re: Earl, nutella other lolyers making 400k+. Do you feel like you are crushing it?nutella  07/17/18
Re: What exactly did Trump do wrong?,.,.,.,..,.,..,:,,:,,.,:::,.,,.,:.,,.:.,:.,:.::,.  07/17/18
Re: Only white guys like Ocasio-CortezTHOT_RAVAGER  07/17/18
Re: Earl, nutella other lolyers making 400k+. Do you feel like you are crushing it?Judas Jones  07/17/18
Re: If No clients lined up how much living expenses to save before going soloDeath, Taxes & NOWAG  07/17/18
Re: If No clients lined up how much living expenses to save before going solomichael doodikoff  07/17/18
Re: Politico: It is time to go to Nuclear War with Russia.,.,...,..,..,.,:,,:,,..,:::,.,.,:,.,.:..:.,:.::,,  07/17/18
Re: Not being possessed by divine inspiration at all times is an embarrassmentMetaphysics  07/17/18
Re: Not being possessed by divine inspiration at all times is an embarrassmentleolenin  07/17/18
Re: Earl, nutella other lolyers making 400k+. Do you feel like you are crushing it?Djavid Ben Gurion, FOUR TIMES Champ of Wimbledon  07/17/18
Re: Being anything but head of old noble family is an embarrassmentHojRakso  07/17/18
Re: If No clients lined up how much living expenses to save before going solobig dick boogie down  07/17/18
Re: If No clients lined up how much living expenses to save before going soloDiamond Dallas Chad  07/17/18
Re: Only white guys like Ocasio-CortezBill Paxton and Paul Reiser in SPACE FORCE  07/17/18
Re: Is this Alexandria Ocasio Cortez in her PRIME? 2010 BU vidmichael doodikoff  07/17/18
Re: Is this Alexandria Ocasio Cortez in her PRIME? 2010 BU vid.,.,...,;..,.,.,:,,:,...,:::,.,.,:,,,.:.,:.,:.::,.  07/17/18
Re: I swear to god I will lateral to Shearman the MOMENT they open Houston officecolt tp  07/17/18
Re: XO is a complete embarrassment now.Metaphysics  07/17/18
Re: XO is a complete embarrassment now.HojRakso  07/17/18
Re: XO is a complete embarrassment now.HojRakso  07/17/18
Re: Being anything but head of old noble family is an embarrassmentMetaphysics  07/17/18
Re: If No clients lined up how much living expenses to save before going solomichael doodikoff  07/17/18
Re: Krajicek: Djoker Can Win The Next 6 Slams #tennisDjavid Ben Gurion, FOUR TIMES Champ of Wimbledon  07/17/18
Re: What exactly did Trump do wrong?.,.,...,....,.,:,,:,.,.,:;:,...,:,.,.;..:.,:.::,.  07/17/18
Re: ImanageCat makes me uncomfortableSci-Hub  07/17/18
Re: Being anything but king is an embarrassmentMetaphysics  07/17/18
Re: 180 twitter thread: lakers girls meet lakers fans in riverside countyTaylor Swift is not a hobby she is a lifestyle  07/17/18
Re: MPA please start some new forcememesbig dick boogie down  07/17/18
Re: If No clients lined up how much living expenses to save before going soloDiamond Dallas Chad  07/17/18
Re: Krajicek: Djoker Can Win The Next 6 Slams #tennisWest Decimas,TEN time most prestigious slams champ  07/17/18
Re: Imanagecat AKA Mr Steal Your Earlbig dick boogie down  07/17/18
Re: Being anything but king is an embarrassmentKrampusnacht  07/17/18
Re: So collusion now rests on Trump admin coordinating with Wikileaks to leak docsfemales are strong as hell  07/17/18
Re: XO is a complete embarrassment now......;;,,.........;.;.;.;.,;,;,;.;.;,;  07/17/18
Re: Being anything but king is an embarrassmentMetaphysics  07/17/18
Re: XO is a complete embarrassment now.gibberish  07/17/18
Re: Is this Alexandria Ocasio Cortez in her PRIME? 2010 BU vid.,.,...,;..,.,.,:,,:,...,:::,.,.,:,,,.:.,:.,:.::,.  07/17/18
Re: XO is a complete embarrassment now.NiggerFaggot  07/17/18
Re: About to watch Hunt for Red OctoberYours For The Revolution  07/17/18
Re: Replacide, noun, the deliberate destruction of a large group of people...Death, Taxes & NOWAG  07/17/18
Re: Imanagecat AKA Mr Steal Your EarlSci-Hub  07/17/18
Re: Is AUSA prestigious?Sir Incelot  07/17/18
Re: XO is a complete embarrassment now.NiggerFaggot  07/17/18
Re: Ran a mile in 12 minutes at age 33, prestigious?HojRakso  07/17/18
Re: Today I used my unemployment California debit card to purchase grocerieslibcrusher180  07/17/18
Re: Does Bowser rape Peach?shrimp po boy  07/17/18
Re: Ran a mile in 12 minutes at age 33, prestigious?Death, Taxes & NOWAG  07/17/18
Re: 5 appointees (Mattis, Coats, Bolton, Rosenstein, Wray) to Trump/Putin: game's up,,..,...,..,.,...,.,.,.,,,,,,,..,.,.,.  07/17/18
Re: Only white guys like Ocasio-Cortez.....;;,,.........;.;.;.;.,;,;,;.;.;,;  07/17/18
Re: XO is a complete embarrassment now.HojRakso  07/17/18
Re: If No clients lined up how much living expenses to save before going solo~~(>\' \' )>  07/17/18
Re: Is this Alexandria Ocasio Cortez in her PRIME? 2010 BU vid.,.,...,;..,.,.,:,,:,...,:::,.,.,:,,,.:.,:.,:.::,.  07/17/18
Re: Just whispered ASSFAGGOT in my office to nobody in particularNiggerFaggot  07/17/18
Re: nigger nigger nigger nigger nigger nigger nigger nigger nigger nigger niggerNiggerFaggot  07/17/18
Re: Sean Hannity: What if he butt dialed!?!?ESL Wilbur  07/17/18
Re: America could use more stories like this going viral instead of what we getESL Wilbur  07/17/18
Re: Only white guys like Ocasio-CortezDeath, Taxes & NOWAG  07/17/18
Re: Is this Alexandria Ocasio Cortez in her PRIME? 2010 BU vidMorning In America  07/17/18
Re: Mariia Butina | Alexander Torshin | Natalia Veselnitskya,,..,...,..,.,...,.,.,.,,,,,,,..,.,.,.  07/17/18
Re: Plunge pools in all white rooms count as art nowshrimp po boy  07/17/18
Re: Krajicek: Djoker Can Win The Next 6 Slams #tennisDjavid Ben Gurion, FOUR TIMES Champ of Wimbledon  07/17/18
Re: Only white guys like Ocasio-Cortez.....;;,,.........;.;.;.;.,;,;,;.;.;,;  07/17/18
Re: That's not a Miss America contest category, James Joyce Jr..,.,.,.,.,.,,,,.,..,.,.,.,.,.,..,,,...,,..,,..,,.  07/17/18
Re: trolled russian guy about subhumans, he blamed ukrainiansdeus vult  07/17/18
Re: Does Bowser rape Peach?CapTTTainFalcon  07/17/18
Re: That's not a Miss America contest category, James Joyce Jr.shrimp po boy  07/17/18
Re: TICK TOCK NocoinersESL Wilbur  07/17/18
Re: lol Trump: "I meant to say 'I dont see why it 'WOULDNT' be Russia.'"West Decimas,TEN time most prestigious slams champ  07/17/18
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Date: July 17th, 2018 5:09 PM
Author: Djavid Ben Gurion, FOUR TIMES Champ of Wimbledon(*)




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Date: July 17th, 2018 5:09 PM
Author: I}e $H /-\\ u N

I love watching highlights of R.K. destroying that joyless stiff Sampras at hus own game. Some if my happiest moments as a tennis fan.

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Date: July 17th, 2018 5:09 PM
Author: michael doodikoff



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Date: July 17th, 2018 5:09 PM
Author: ,.,..,.,..,.,.,.,..,.,..,..,..,.,,..,.,,.

let's be blunt - a lot of the absolute most psychotic, unhinged, vicious anti-russian ranting comes from liberal or neocon jews like masha gessen.

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Date: July 17th, 2018 5:08 PM
Author: ,,,.,.,,....,,,.,.,.,.,,...,,,,



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Date: July 17th, 2018 5:07 PM
Author: Ginobili, Pure Ginobili



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Date: July 17th, 2018 5:07 PM
Author: John P. Cocksman

parts of DC are massively ghetto. very sad!

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Date: July 17th, 2018 5:07 PM
Author: biglaw lives matter (retired)



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Date: July 17th, 2018 5:07 PM
Author: nutella

When your dog cannot stand up and shits and pees himself due to a slipped disc or your dog is in pain and limping due to an ACL tear, it’s not “flame” to get surgery to fix it. And no, the vet does not do the surgeries. It’s the neurosurgeon and orthopedic surgeons.

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Date: July 17th, 2018 5:07 PM
Author: racist lance bass



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Date: July 17th, 2018 5:07 PM
Author: Sir Incelot

Or the fact that everyone is ready and capable of liberal democracy

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Date: July 17th, 2018 5:07 PM
Author: Upset Jew (semi-retired in Boca)

(Joel Osteen follower questioning other people's intelligence)

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Date: July 17th, 2018 5:07 PM
Author: spaceporn2525

I did, and it's fine just fine

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Date: July 17th, 2018 5:07 PM
Author: .,.,.;.,..,..,.,:,,:,..,..,::,..,:,.,.:,..:.,;:.,.

Think about it for a second. Human surgeons train for like 7-10 years doing 90-100 hour weeks doing nothing but exclusively operating on ONE body part. And even then, surgery is fraught with risks and complications.
How do you think a vet is gonna fare? Without the financial risk of malpractice, there's no real incentive for excellence for your avg vet yokel. He's getting paid either way.

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Date: July 17th, 2018 5:06 PM
Author: ,,..,...,..,.,...,.,.,.,,,,,,,..,.,.,.( )


What other countries engage in as much political murder? Do you think these guys masterminded the killing of Boris Nemtsov? https://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/europe/boris-nemtsov-russia-jail-vladimir-putin-opponent-critic-killed-death-sentence-prison-20-years-a7838631.html

Would someone who did what Sergei Magnitsky did be thrown into a prison and beaten to death in those countries?

Would that pdrson's lawyer be thrown out of a 5th story window in an incident dismissed as a piano moving accident?

Would the police in those countries refuse to investig s te the murder of a journslst thrown off his apatment balcony after interviewing the grieving families of irregular paramilitary forces dying in Syria?

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Date: July 17th, 2018 5:06 PM
Author: libcrusher180

All property owned by Chinese citizens is seized

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Date: July 17th, 2018 5:06 PM
Author: libcrusher180

All property owned by Chinese citizens is seized

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Date: July 17th, 2018 5:06 PM
Author: ,.,...,..,.,.,:,.:,.,.,:::,...,:,.,.:.:.,:.::,

When I was 5-6 my parents couldn't afford to heat our whole house, so they would turn the heat down and told us kids to sit on the radiator for warmth. When I was 6-7 my mom had to sell some family heirlooms so she could buy bread for the week. LMAO at your extravagant upbringing.

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Date: July 17th, 2018 5:06 PM
Author: biglaw lives matter (retired)



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Date: July 17th, 2018 5:06 PM
Author: ,,,.,.,,....,,,.,.,.,.,,...,,,,

lot of in-house shitheads work nights and weekends for 200k ljl

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Date: July 17th, 2018 5:06 PM
Author: evan39

Soviet Kopholovotovpov LR-18 missile has 250 kiloton warhead capable of unleashing destruction on all Yankee within 500 kilometer. No need for MIRV with optional Zokhtov satellite tracking system and Pokhotsk MBL-7 guidance capability. Latest version at Yevgevdevnerny laboratory had 99.9 percent accuracy on all target! NATO dogs have zero countermeasure and will collapse against Soviet onslaught. Putin genius triumph yet again.

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Date: July 17th, 2018 5:06 PM
Author: ,.,..,.,..,.,.,.,..,.,..,..,..,.,,..,.,,.

jfc, trump's DC looks like fucking mogadishu. how is it possible to get away with murder in that city with all the secret service and undercover feds roaming around?

Police release terrifying video of gun attack that killed 10-year-old girl

A 10-year-old girl was shot dead when four masked gunmen opened fire in Washington, D.C. on Monday night, and now "outraged" police officers are urging the public to help bring the unknown shooters to justice.

The four masked gunmen pulled their black SUV into a courtyard at about 8 p.m. and opened fire on 15 to 20 people who were out enjoying the weather by a nearby playground, Metropolitan Police Assistant Chief Chanel Dickerson said at a news conference Monday night.

Ten-year-old Makiyah Wilson was killed and four adults were injured, police said.

“I just miss my daughter," Makiyah's mother, Donnetta Wilson, told The Washington Post on Tuesday.

“She was an amazing little girl," Wilson told the newspaper. “She wanted to conquer the world."

It's not clear if any of the victims were intended targets, Dickerson said.

"All the hopes and dreams that her family had for her [are] gone," Dickerson said of the slain 10-year-old. "And we have to be outraged. We have to work with the police. You have to work with us to remove illegal firearms from our city."

"They came out in this community without regard to human life and opened fire," Dickerson said. "And we have to stand up as a community to say, 'no more.'"

Wilson called the gunmen "cowards," the Washington Post reported.

"I just want justice for my daughter," she said.

The police department said it's "committed to bringing justice to her family, and need your help identifying the individuals responsible."

The department is urging the public to look at the video and photos of the suspect's car, described by police as a black Infiniti four-door sedan, missing the rear bumper, with paper tags.



https://abcnews.go.com/US/10-year-girl-shot-dead-masked-gunmen-opened/story?id=56640249



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Date: July 17th, 2018 5:06 PM
Author: biglaw lives matter (retired)

yep

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Date: July 17th, 2018 5:06 PM
Author: ,,..,...,..,.,...,.,.,.,,,,,,,..,.,.,.( )


Russia corruption is worse than all those countries except saudi. What other countries engage in as much political murder? Do you think these guys masterminded the killing of Boris Nemtsov? https://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/europe/boris-nemtsov-russia-jail-vladimir-putin-opponent-critic-killed-death-sentence-prison-20-years-a7838631.html

Would someone who did what Sergei Magnitsky did be thrown into a prison and beaten to death in those countries?

Would that pdrson's lawyer be thrown out of a 5th story window in an incident dismissed as a piano moving accident?

Would the police in those countries refuse to investig s te the murder of a journslst thrown off his apatment balcony after interviewing the grieving families of irregular paramilitary forces dying in Syria?

(http://templocation/thread.php?thread_id=123)

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Date: July 17th, 2018 5:05 PM
Author: spaceporn2525

ohh no don't start that again. okay, start it its funny.

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Date: July 17th, 2018 5:05 PM
Author: libcrusher180

Revoke citizenship from all progeny of illegal aliens. Take their property and give them a one way ticket home.

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Date: July 17th, 2018 5:05 PM
Author: females are strong as hell

(n00b)

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Date: July 17th, 2018 5:05 PM
Author: Djavid Ben Gurion, FOUR TIMES Champ of Wimbledon(*)


$180!

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Date: July 17th, 2018 5:04 PM
Author: Sir Incelot



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Date: July 17th, 2018 5:04 PM
Author: Religion of Peace ©(earl)


i didn't start playing bball till I was 13, which is why I cant dribble.

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Date: July 17th, 2018 5:04 PM
Author: michael doodikoff

180

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Date: July 17th, 2018 5:04 PM
Author: spaceporn2525



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Date: July 17th, 2018 5:04 PM
Author: ESL TM..,..;;.



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Date: July 17th, 2018 5:04 PM
Author: Death, Taxes & NOWAG



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Date: July 17th, 2018 5:04 PM
Author: .;:..;:;.:.;.,,,.,.:,.;;,;;;..;,

Its their right, bigot

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Date: July 17th, 2018 5:04 PM
Author: Death, Taxes & NOWAG



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Date: July 17th, 2018 5:04 PM
Author: Religion of Peace ©(earl)


i will always tip a free valet $1 except at work.

at work there is not enough parking so there is valet for overflow - since I am always late I always valet.

I don't tip them daily, but I give the three valets $60 each for xmas which they really appreciate.

In return my car is parked right in front of the elevator every day and they sometimes hand deliver my keys to my office when I work late. Beats the hell out of paying $200 a month to have my own personalized parking space in the building.

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Date: July 17th, 2018 5:04 PM
Author: the jewish nigger lassalle(backspace)




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Date: July 17th, 2018 5:04 PM
Author: Death, Taxes & NOWAG

Was certain this would be one of my threads.

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Date: July 17th, 2018 5:03 PM
Author: HojRakso



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Date: July 17th, 2018 5:03 PM
Author: loans originated on or after July 1, 2018,

You were 100 percent, firmly behind W. Don't lie.

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Date: July 17th, 2018 5:03 PM
Author: when moon?



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Date: July 17th, 2018 5:03 PM
Author: Death, Taxes & NOWAG

Soros is too much of a stubborn prick to admit he was wrong about open borders.

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Date: July 17th, 2018 5:03 PM
Author: CapTTTainFalcon

...

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Date: July 17th, 2018 5:03 PM
Author: HojRakso



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Date: July 17th, 2018 5:03 PM
Author: \'\'\"\'\'\'\'\'\"\'\'\'\"\'\'\'

They are talking about terminating pregnancies because they wanted a girl instead of a boy and such...

http://www.ingender.com/forum/Forum.aspx?ID=6

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Date: July 17th, 2018 5:03 PM
Author: Muscadine wine

In 10 years most of it will have moved to red state USA. Libs suck at governing.

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Date: July 17th, 2018 5:03 PM
Author: Sir Incelot

pumos arent allowed to make prediction threads

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Date: July 17th, 2018 5:03 PM
Author: loans originated on or after July 1, 2018,

Link?

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Date: July 17th, 2018 5:02 PM
Author: ESL TM..,..;;.

wtf

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Date: July 17th, 2018 5:02 PM
Author: ,..,......,...,......,.....,...,....



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Date: July 17th, 2018 5:02 PM
Author: michael doodikoff

obviously you are more of an RGPmo than I am, but I've played a few. Last of Us was simply awesome. I was sad as fuck at the end of it, haven't been that connected to a game in a while.

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Date: July 17th, 2018 5:01 PM
Author: ~~(>\' \' )>

And yet you won't find a single example.

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Date: July 17th, 2018 5:01 PM
Author: Religion of Peace ©(earl)


buy guns. it's a good price point where you don't notice it, but it's a cool collectors item.

And you can piss off libs.

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Date: July 17th, 2018 5:01 PM
Author: Sir Incelot



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Date: July 17th, 2018 5:01 PM
Author: Djavid Ben Gurion, FOUR TIMES Champ of Wimbledon(*)


i was too short to step onto a basketball court

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Date: July 17th, 2018 5:01 PM
Author: Muscadine wine

No. But damn those are some nice titties.

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Date: July 17th, 2018 5:01 PM
Author: Don Kihote

of course not and it'll backfire but they've lost their minds

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Date: July 17th, 2018 5:01 PM
Author: Bedroom Bully(All poasts are performance art )


Pitiful protections for trans and gender non-conforming kin

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Date: July 17th, 2018 5:01 PM
Author: USS Idris Elba(MAKE WAKANDA GREAT AGAIN)


cr

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Date: July 17th, 2018 5:00 PM
Author: .,.,,..,.,,.,,,:,,:,...,:::,.,.,:,.,.:...:.,:.::,.



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Date: July 17th, 2018 5:00 PM
Author: females are strong as hell



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Date: July 17th, 2018 5:00 PM
Author: Religion of Peace ©(earl)


cr. I did not step onto a tennis court in my life until I was 14 years old. I did not step onto a golf course until I was 21.

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Date: July 17th, 2018 5:00 PM
Author: HojRakso



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Date: July 17th, 2018 5:00 PM
Author: evan39

No chance they get 67 votes in the Senate. Ever.

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Date: July 17th, 2018 5:00 PM
Author: USS Idris Elba(MAKE WAKANDA GREAT AGAIN)


THIS is tcr to law.

"Or in the alternative, buy a cheap color one for photos, but have a primary black laser jet for everything else. "

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Date: July 17th, 2018 5:00 PM
Author: Esoteric Transmissions

Whoaaaa

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Date: July 17th, 2018 5:00 PM
Author: michael doodikoff

fine. Laser.

Which is supposed to be "better" anyway?

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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:59 PM
Author: .,.,.;.,..,..,.,:,,:,..,..,::,..,:,.,.:,..:.,;:.,.

Dog surgeries are total flame. Do you really think those vets have any idea what they are doing? You think they are spending 100 hour weeks to hone their abilities to operate on ONE organ system? No, they'll sign up anything that comes through their door

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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:59 PM
Author: ESL TM..,..;;.

Ukraine. No corruption in Ukraine which is why they have the US's support. Also, now that the US has replaced the governments of Afghanistan, Iraq and Libya all have no corruption.

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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:59 PM
Author: Djavid Ben Gurion, FOUR TIMES Champ of Wimbledon(*)


cr. parents couldnt afford to take us to melbourne for tennis' truest test. #ironside

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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:59 PM
Author: Verne lundquist

you are good to go but remember that contingency cases cost $ sometimes. youll need money for filing fees, occasional expert consults, and working up cases for trial.

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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:59 PM
Author: USS Idris Elba(MAKE WAKANDA GREAT AGAIN)




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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:59 PM
Author: moon, luis(luis)




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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:59 PM
Author: the jewish nigger lassalle(backspace)




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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:58 PM
Author: ,.,...,..,.,.,:,.:,.,.,:::,...,:,.,.:.:.,:.::,

An example of your poorness during childhood is the time your parents took you across the Atlantic to see Wimbledon? LMAO.

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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:58 PM
Author: lawman8

A lie won’t become true, no matter how many times you repeat it.

At the very least, you should be intelligent enough to articulate coherent opposition, rather than catty snark on the one hand, and footstomping on the other.

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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:58 PM
Author: ~~(>\' \' )>

Inkjet downsides: Takes more space, worse print quality, more expensive per page, and the ink and print heads die if they aren't used.

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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:58 PM
Author: Insane right-wing gun nut

He backtracked

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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:58 PM
Author: USS Idris Elba(MAKE WAKANDA GREAT AGAIN)




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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:58 PM
Author: Oh, you travel?



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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:57 PM
Author: the jewish nigger lassalle(backspace)


The Eternal Anglo and his silly MIRV obsession

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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:57 PM
Author: ...,,....,,.,,,..,,,,...

in 2020

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Author: ,,..,...,..,.,...,.,.,.,,,,,,,..,.,.,.( )




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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:57 PM
Author: deus vult(from constantinople to the stars)


Jewish scum say so.

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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:57 PM
Author: USS Idris Elba(MAKE WAKANDA GREAT AGAIN)




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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:57 PM
Author: CapTTTainFalcon

https://gfycat.com/FavorableAggressiveGalapagoshawk

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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:57 PM
Author: .,.,...,;..,.,.,:,,:,...,:::,.,.,:,,,.:.,:.,:.::,.

2005: WHOOOOOOOOOOOOOOSSHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VpLfvzNStNU
http://www.xoxohth.com/thread.php?thread_id=208789&mc=288&forum_id=2

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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:56 PM
Author: .... -^^,--,~....

do boss battles get less time-consuming? I found the demo unplayable because of the encounter rate and the fact that boss battles were not challenging, but took forever to finish anyhow

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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:56 PM
Author: ,,..,...,..,.,...,.,.,.,,,,,,,..,.,.,.( )


Lol

Date: July 17th, 2018 3:35 PM
Author: ESL TM..,..;;.

Actually, he is probably right.
1 million GRU operatives would mostly just do normal jobs and vote Republican, have kids that would be citizens that would bring Russian matrioshki to show and tell.

50 million illegal Mexicans will all vote Democrat and for welfare, AA and a bunch of other BS and destroy the country.

(http://www.autoadmit.com/thread.php?thread_id=4028478&forum_id=2#36446002)

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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:56 PM
Author: Sir Incelot

I encourage you to do some reading on the topic.

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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:55 PM
Author: evan39

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There have been dozens of 50+ threads about me

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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:55 PM
Author: Djavid Ben Gurion, FOUR TIMES Champ of Wimbledon(*)


dog surgeries are different. that's not consumption.

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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:55 PM
Author: Diamond Dallas Chad(i think i fucking love you.... won't you stay and watch cartoons)


It's not that bad here. You can use the "reduce encounter rate" support skill and be totally fine on leveling assuming you're doing all or most of the stories.

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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:55 PM
Author: \'\'\'\'\'\'\'\"\'\"

cr. and look for a model with cheap 3rd party toner cartridges. amazon has refills for my canon for $20

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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:55 PM
Author: .,.,...,;..,.,.,:,,:,...,:::,.,.,:,,,.:.,:.,:.::,.

That's what ballgags are for, brother!

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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:55 PM
Author: Sir Incelot

http://autoadmit.com/thread.php?thread_id=4025740&mc=3&forum_id=2

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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:54 PM
Author: .,.,...,;..,.,.,:,,:,...,:::,.,.,:,,,.:.,:.,:.::,.

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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:54 PM
Author: HojRakso

(lasko is the raft)

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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:54 PM
Author: females are strong as hell

You lick obama’s nuts every single day on here. Own it.

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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:54 PM
Author: Don Kihote



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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:54 PM
Author: Diamond Dallas Chad(i think i fucking love you.... won't you stay and watch cartoons)


They literally all have a town icon on them after you visit them, and even before as long as a character has a chapter there.


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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:54 PM
Author: .,.,...,;..,.,.,:,,:,...,:::,.,.,:,,,.:.,:.,:.::,.

If she embraced me before I voted, and I felt those latina pillows pressing into my chest? Why, yes, yes I'd vote socialist!

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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:54 PM
Author: nutella

I spent $15k on my dog for surgeries like it was NBD. It’s like I save $275k instead of $300k one year and it doesn’t feel real or like it has any impact.

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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:54 PM
Author: .... -^^,--,~....

random battles are gay as fuck

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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:53 PM
Author: .,.,...,;..,.,.,:,,:,...,:::,.,.,:,,,.:.,:.,:.::,.

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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:53 PM
Author: .,.,...,;..,.,.,:,,:,...,:::,.,.,:,,,.:.,:.,:.::,.
Subject: Did I catch them all?


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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:53 PM
Author: colt tp



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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:53 PM
Author: Djavid Ben Gurion, FOUR TIMES Champ of Wimbledon(*)


thoughts on my parents' indian-giving and not giving him the car now what he's married:

http://www.xoxohth.com/thread.php?thread_id=4005639&mc=30&forum_id=2

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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:52 PM
Author: evan39

I would impregnate her

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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:52 PM
Author: .... -^^,--,~....



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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:52 PM
Author: .,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.(Poster formerly known as MND)


Cr

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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:52 PM
Author: .;:..;:;.:.;.,,,.,.:,.;;,;;;..;,

One gripe i have is that it’s really hard to make out the towns on the world map

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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:52 PM
Author: .,.,...,..,..,.,:,,:,,..,:::,.,.,:,.,.:..:.,:.::,,

He must be sad that he won’t be able to live to see another pointless war

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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:52 PM
Author: .,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.(Poster formerly known as MND)


How is starting a bunch of stupid wars going to make our government any smaller? Or do you think we object to trump cutting funding to NATO because hey, why would that lead to less government spending?

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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:51 PM
Author: deus vult(from constantinople to the stars)




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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:51 PM
Author: Sir Incelot

The rise of Strongmen in democracies has historically occured in response to crsis (see: Rome) or after severe institutional decay caused by a series of SPS leaders (Revolutionary France).

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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:51 PM
Author: Djavid Ben Gurion, FOUR TIMES Champ of Wimbledon(*)


fair enough, but obviously you send less on travel than your friends. still surprised you blow 5k like it's nbd.

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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:51 PM
Author: racist lance bass



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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:51 PM
Author: LAPD officer on paid administrative leave



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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:51 PM
Author: nutella

Poor people don’t give their kids Acuras for their birthdays

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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:51 PM
Author: Death, Taxes & NOWAG

Cr.

Makes most sense to buy a quality $150 Brother black and white printer / scanner, and then for the RARE occasions you need to print color, buy a seperate $50 color printer that accepts 3rd party ink.

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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:50 PM
Author: Diamond Dallas Chad(i think i fucking love you.... won't you stay and watch cartoons)


Probably about half. Some generic buildings are sealed. Also in a major oversight, you cannot go into inns and shops, you interact with the front door and the menu pops up. The flip side is that this game really has a LOT of towns and they're well done, and I imagine there was a tradeoff of more towns for less building interiors.

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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:50 PM
Author: LAPD officer on paid administrative leave

I like the way she looks but her personality is off putting

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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:50 PM
Author: .... -^^,--,~....



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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:50 PM
Author: .,.,...,;..,.,.,:,,:,...,:::,.,.,:,,,.:.,:.,:.::,.

How's this?
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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:50 PM
Author: .,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.(Poster formerly known as MND)


We are on the right side of history. Which side are you on?

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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:50 PM
Author: the goys are back in town



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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:49 PM
Author: Djavid Ben Gurion, FOUR TIMES Champ of Wimbledon(*)


* acura. he kicked and screamed and cursed our my parents bc they wouldnt get him a bmw, and they settled on the acura

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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:49 PM
Author: ,.,..,.,..,.,.,.,..,.,..,..,..,.,,..,.,,.

LOL, the same john mccain photographed meeting with actual TERRORIST operatives in syria a few years ago?

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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:49 PM
Author: USS Idris Elba(MAKE WAKANDA GREAT AGAIN)




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Author: USS Idris Elba(MAKE WAKANDA GREAT AGAIN)




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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:49 PM
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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:49 PM
Author: Just wants a hug.

He wasn't running.

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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:49 PM
Author: my dog takes more 7.5 mi constitutionals than I do(take THAT, Uber!)


You’ll get in everywhere you apply!

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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:49 PM
Author: Djavid Ben Gurion, FOUR TIMES Champ of Wimbledon(*)


they woulnt get us strawberries & cream at wimby. i remember watching that nowag shuzo matsuoka play and eating ritz cackers

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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:49 PM
Author: cannon

1 in 4 video game princesses are raped, so it's likely

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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:48 PM
Author: my dog has more potential mates than i do(and he's neutered)


Correction, after being exposed as a brandwhoring chink by a 5'2'' NOWAG, your interest in handbags suddenly dropped off.

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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:48 PM
Author: .,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.(Poster formerly known as MND)


As opposed to all those other model, law abiding countries out there.

Which ones, exactly? Is it Germany or France? Israel or Saudi Arabia? Or are we going for China and Singapore? I hear no has no crime at all.

Who are ALL these model nations that make Russia's corruption so very terrible by comparison?

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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:48 PM
Author: currently pooping

To whom?

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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:48 PM
Author: ~~(>\' \' )>

Tried stabilizing it. Didn't do much.

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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:48 PM
Author: USS Idris Elba(MAKE WAKANDA GREAT AGAIN)


Brilliant

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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:48 PM
Author: nutella

Lol at traveling to england to wimbledon as a “poor.”

Your brother got a bmw or whatever as a teenager. Your parents aren’t poor, just cheap fucks.

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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:48 PM
Author: .;:..;:;.:.;.,,,.,.:,.;;,;;;..;,

Yes you can enter buildings

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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:48 PM
Author: deus vult(from constantinople to the stars)


any guesses as to (((who))) ruined art?

https://www.thedailybeast.com/jewish-immigrants-fathered-modernism

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Painted_Word

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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:47 PM
Author: nihilist star wars

oops my link was messed up, try that one. SHE SUBMITS

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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:47 PM
Author: jonnyBlaze

https://www.nytimes.com/2018/07/17/magazine/george-soros-democrat-open-society.html


George Soros Bet Big on Liberal Democracy. Now He Fears He Is Losing.
His enemies paint him as all-powerful, but the billionaire philanthropist believes that his political legacy has never been in greater jeopardy.

George Soros.CreditDamon Winter/The New York Times

By Michael Steinberger
July 17, 2018

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On a clammy Tuesday morning in Paris at the end of May, George Soros, the world’s second-most-vilified New York billionaire (but worth many billions more than the other one), addressed the European Council on Foreign Relations, an organization he helped found a decade ago. Described by the woman who introduced him as a “European at heart,” the Hungarian-born Soros, who made his fortune running a hedge fund and is now a full-time philanthropist, political activist and freelance statesman, was there to share his thoughts on salvaging the European Union.

Wearing a dark suit, tieless and with the collar of his blue shirt outside the lapel of his jacket, Soros took the stage with the determined stride of an 87-year-old who still plays tennis a few times a week. But there were some concessions to age. He gave his speech sitting down and used a desk lamp to illuminate the text. (In fairness, the hotel conference room hosting the event was morosely dark.) He turned the pages with his right hand while keeping his left hand on his left knee, as if propping himself up. There were moments when he seemed on the verge of losing his place, although he never did.

In person, Soros is quite charming, with a wry sense of humor. But his writings — he has published 14 books — and speeches can be a little wooden, and this occasion was no exception. He barely acknowledged the audience, which included the president of Serbia and the prime minister of Albania, except to say, “I think this is the right place to discuss how to save Europe.” But apart from urging the European Union to direct more aid to Africa, which he said would ameliorate the refugee crisis that has led to so much of the recent political upheaval in Europe, his remarks were more descriptive than prescriptive. The European Union, he said, faced an “existential crisis.”

Briefly touching on Europe’s economic outlook, he said, “We may be heading for another major financial crisis.” Partly in response to his warning, the Dow fell nearly 400 points that day. Soros is generally considered the greatest speculator Wall Street has known, and though he stopped managing other people’s money years ago, the reaction was a real-time display of his continued ability to move markets. The attention given to that comment also underscored, in a subtle way, an enduring frustration of his life: His financial thoughts still tend to carry more weight than his political reflections.

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Yet the political realm is where Soros has made his most audacious wager. After the fall of the Berlin Wall, in 1989, he poured hundreds of millions of dollars into the former Soviet-bloc countries to promote civil society and liberal democracy. It was a one-man Marshall Plan for Eastern Europe, a private initiative without historical precedent. It was also a gamble that a part of the world that had mostly known tyranny would embrace ideas like government accountability and ethnic tolerance. In London in the 1950s, Soros was a student of the expatriated Austrian philosopher Karl Popper, who championed the notion of an “open society,” in which individual liberty, pluralism and free inquiry prevailed. Popper’s concept became Soros’s cause.

It is an embattled cause these days. Under Vladimir Putin, Russia has reverted to autocracy, and Poland and Hungary are moving in the same direction. With the rise of Donald Trump in the United States, where Soros is a major donor to Democratic candidates and progressive groups, and the growing strength of right-wing populist parties in Western Europe, Soros’s vision of liberal democracy is under threat in its longtime strongholds. Nationalism and tribalism are resurgent, barriers are being raised and borders reinforced and Soros is confronting the possibility that the goal to which he has devoted most of his wealth and the last chapter of his life will end in failure. Not only that: He also finds himself in the unsettling position of being the designated villain of this anti-globalization backlash, his Judaism and career in finance rendering him a made-to-order phantasm for reactionaries worldwide. “I’m standing for principles whether I win or lose,” Soros told me this spring. But, he went on, “unfortunately, I’m losing too much in too many places right now.”

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The night before his speech in Paris, I had dinner with Soros in his suite at the Bristol Hotel, where he usually stays — and one of the city’s most elegant addresses, conveniently located just up the street from the Elysées Palace (although on this trip Soros had no plans to see France’s president, Emanuel Macron, whom he knows and admires). An aide took me up to the suite and ushered me into the dining room, where Soros was already seated at the table with his wife, Tamiko (Soros has been married three times and has five children — though that is where the similarities to Donald Trump end). It was after 8:30, but he seemed eager for conversation. He spoke slowly, in a still-thick Hungarian accent, moving his cupped hand in a semicircle as if summoning his words. As we talked over a first course of tomato-and-avocado salad, a thunderstorm swept across Paris, rattling the windows. One especially violent thunderclap struck as we were discussing Russia. “That’s Putin,” another aide joked. In 2015, Putin expelled Soros’s philanthropic organization, the Open Society Foundations, from Russia, claiming it was a security threat, and Russian state media churn out a steady flow of anti-Soros content. (At a recent joint press conference with Trump in Helsinki, Putin spoke scornfully of Soros.)

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George Soros at his home in the Hamptons.CreditDamon Winter/The New York Times
Paris was the first stop for Soros on a monthlong spring trip to Europe. He normally would have visited Budapest, but not this time. Hungary’s prime minister, Viktor Orban, a former Soros protégé, was re-elected in April after running a campaign in which he effectively made Soros his opponent. Orban accused Soros, who is an American citizen, of plotting to overwhelm Hungary with Muslim immigrants in order to undermine its Christian heritage. He attacked Soros during campaign rallies, and his government plastered the country with anti-Soros billboards. In the aftermath of the election, the O.S.F. announced that it was closing its Budapest office because of concerns for the safety of its employees. The fate of the Soros-founded Central European University, based in Budapest, was also in doubt.

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Soros said he couldn’t visit Hungary under present circumstances: “It would be toxic,” he said. He told me that Orban’s campaign was “a big disappointment,” but quickly added, “I think I must be doing something right to look at who my enemies are.” Last autumn, he signaled that same sense of defiance when he announced that he was in the process of transferring the bulk of his remaining wealth, $18 billion in total at the time, to the O.S.F. That will potentially make it the second-largest philanthropic organization in the United States, in assets, after the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. It is already a sprawling entity, with some 1,800 employees in 35 countries, a global advisory board, eight regional boards and 17 issue-oriented boards. Its annual budget of around $1 billion finances projects in education, public health, independent media, immigration and criminal-justice reform and other areas. Organizations like Human Rights Watch, Amnesty International, the American Civil Liberties Union and Planned Parenthood are among its grantees.

Soros originally planned to close the O.S.F. in 2010. He didn’t want it to outlive him, because he feared it might then lose its dynamism and entrepreneurial spirit. But he changed his mind when he realized that, as he put it, “I had more money than I can realistically or usefully spend in my lifetime.” He also saw that, with liberal values and civil society fragile in so many places, the O.S.F.’s work was becoming ever more essential. “I found a mission, a niche, that I felt could be carried on,” he said as we finished dinner.

A few minutes later came an unexpected reminder of what he and the O.S.F. are up against. A Soros aide and I took the elevator back down together, and when we stepped into the Bristol’s lobby, we found ourselves in the middle of a reception line that stretched the length of the room. It had formed there to greet one of Africa’s longest-serving autocrats, Denis Sassou Nguesso, the president of the Republic of Congo. The next day, a few hours after Soros spoke to the European Council on Foreign Relations, Roseanne Barr went on a Twitter rant that served as a vivid demonstration of what he is up against personally. Soros was maneuvering to bring about “the overthrow of us constitutional republic,” Barr tweeted. She also claimed that Soros, a Holocaust survivor, had actually been a Nazi. Among those who retweeted the Nazi gibe was Donald Trump Jr.

According to Soros, 1944 was the formative year of his life. The Nazis invaded Hungary and immediately began deporting Jews. To save his family, his father, Tivadar Soros, a lawyer, obtained false identities for George, who was then 13, and his older brother, Paul. One day, George was ordered to deliver summonses on behalf of the Jewish Council. Tivadar, recognizing that they were essentially deportation notices, instructed his son to tell the recipients not to heed them. Soon after, Tivadar arranged for Paul to move into a rented room and sent George to live with a Hungarian agricultural official, who passed him off as his Christian godson. The official’s job included taking inventory of a confiscated Jewish-owned property; he took George with him. These episodes have become the basis for the claim that George was a Nazi collaborator. In fact, though, there is no credible evidence that he collaborated with or was sympathetic to the Nazis. George, his brother and his parents all survived the war. Soros says that he came out of the experience with a strong defiant streak, a contempt for tribalism and a propensity to side with the oppressed.

In 1946, as Communists were rising to power in Hungary, Soros fled to England. He earned a degree from the London School of Economics, where Karl Popper was a professor. In 1945, Popper published a political treatise, “The Open Society and Its Enemies,” a fierce assault on totalitarianism, in both its fascist and Marxist forms, and a ringing defense of liberal democracy. Soros left Popper’s classroom with not only the idea that would later animate his philanthropy but also the desire to live a life of the mind. He had to make money first, though. When he moved to New York in 1956 to take a job on Wall Street, his goal, he told me, was to sock away $100,000 in five years, which would allow him to quit finance and turn to scholarly pursuits. But instead, he quipped during our dinner, “I overperformed.”

In 1969, Soros formed what would become the Quantum Fund. It was one of a new breed of investment vehicles known as hedge funds, which catered to institutional investors and wealthy individuals and which used leverage — borrowed money — to make huge bets on stocks, bonds, currencies and commodities. Quantum was wildly successful from its start, delivering 40 percent annual returns. Soros would later attribute his knack for playing the markets to what he called his “theory of reflexivity” — basically, the idea that people’s biases and perceptions can move prices in directions that don’t accord with the underlying reality. Soros claimed his strength as an investor was in recognizing and acting on what he referred to as “far from equilibrium” moments. (His oldest son, Robert, once claimed the “reflexivity” explanation was bunk; he said the tip-off for his father that the market was nearing a major move was when his bad back flared up.)


By the late 1970s, Soros had become a very wealthy man. Now he had the means to make himself an agent of history. He was frank about his ambition, though also self-deprecating. As he wrote in his 1991 book, “Underwriting Democracy”: “I was a confirmed egoist but I considered the pursuit of self-interest as too narrow a base for my rather inflated self. If truth be known, I carried some rather potent messianic fantasies with me from childhood which I felt I had to control, otherwise they might get me into trouble. But when I had made my way in the world I wanted to indulge my fantasies to the extent that I could afford.”

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He decided that his goal would be opening closed societies. He created a philanthropic organization, then called the Open Society Fund, in 1979 and began sponsoring college scholarships for black South African students. But he soon turned his attention to Eastern Europe, where he started financing dissident groups. He funneled money to the Solidarity strikers in Poland in 1981 and to Charter 77 in Czechoslovakia. In one especially ingenious move, he sent hundreds of Xerox copiers to Hungary to make it easier for underground publications to disseminate their newsletters. In the late 1980s, he provided dozens of Eastern European students with scholarships to study in the West, with the aim of fostering a generation of liberal democratic leaders. One of those students was Viktor Orban, who studied civil society at Oxford. From his Manhattan trading desk, Soros became a strange sort of expat anticommunist revolutionary.

In the meantime, Quantum grew into a multibillion-dollar colossus. Soros made his most famous trade in 1992, when he bet against the British pound. The currency was vulnerable because it had been pegged at what seemed an unsustainably high rate against the German mark; with Britain in recession, Soros reasoned, the British government would ultimately choose to see the pound devalued rather than maintain the high interest rates needed to defend it from speculative investors. Soros’s terse command to his head trader, Stanley Druckenmiller, was to “go for the jugular.” Druckenmiller did, and on Wednesday, Sept. 16 — Black Wednesday, as it came to be known — the Bank of England stopped trying to prop up the pound’s value. It promptly sank against the mark, falling out of Europe’s Exchange Rate Mechanism and dealing a setback to the push for greater European integration. The sterling crisis turned hedge funds into the glamorous rogues of finance and demonstrated the punitive power that they could wield against policymakers in a world of free-flowing capital. The trade made $1.5 billion for Quantum, and Soros, whom the British tabloids dubbed “the man who broke the Bank of England,” became a household name.

By then, the Soviet empire had collapsed, and Soros was devoting huge sums of his own money to try to smooth its transition from Communist rule. For example, he donated $100 million to support Russian scientists and keep them from selling their services to countries hostile to the West; he spent $250 million on a program to revise Russian textbooks and train teachers to promote critical thinking. While the era was one of Western triumphalism, when it was widely assumed that Russia and other newly freed countries would inevitably embrace liberal democracy — a view most famously expressed in Francis Fukuyama’s 1989 essay, “The End of History” — Soros did not share that certitude. This part of the world had little tradition of civil society and liberal democracy, and in his view these needed to be nurtured if the region was to avoid backsliding into autocracy. “I generally have a bias to see the darkest potential,” he told me. “It is something that I have practiced in the financial markets to very good effect, and I have transferred it to politics.”

During the 1990s, Soros toggled between his day job and his philanthropy, and it was not always easy to disentangle his dual roles. For a time, Quantum and O.S.F. were run out of the same offices. In December 1992, three months after his bet against the British pound, Soros announced a $50 million donation to build a water-treatment facility in war-ravaged Sarajevo, and it was hard not to see that money as having been sucked straight from the British treasury. Soros once described his bifurcated existence rather graphically, writing that he “felt like a giant digestive tract, taking in money at one end and pushing it out at the other.”

If that was the case, indigestion was inevitable, and it came in 1997, when Quantum was at the center of a speculative attack on the Thai baht. The episode was a nearly identical reprise of what happened to the British pound. (Quantum made roughly $750 million this time.) There was one critical difference, however: While Britain was a major industrialized country that ultimately had little trouble absorbing the blow to its currency, Thailand was an emerging economy for which the consequences were devastating. Economic output plunged, banks and businesses folded and huge numbers of people were thrown out of work. The baht crisis rippled into other Asian economies. Malaysia’s prime minister, Mahathir Mohamad, called Soros and other speculators “unscrupulous profiteers” whose immoral work served no social value. Soros publicly rejected the criticism, but when investors took aim at the Indonesian rupiah in the fall of 1997, Quantum was not among them. Nor did it join other hedge funds when they targeted the Russian ruble the following year. Having already invested hundreds of millions of dollars trying to stabilize Russia, Soros would have been undercutting his own work by betting against the Russian currency. He ended up taking a $400 million loss.

“That was where the crossroads between the philanthropist and the investor became difficult,” says Rob Johnson, a longtime Soros associate who worked as a portfolio manager at Quantum in the 1990s. But by then, according to Johnson, the only reason that Soros was still running a hedge fund was to generate more money for his causes.

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Soros in 1962, a Wall Street analyst of European securities.CreditPhotograph From George Soros
In a speech to students and faculty at Moldova University in 1994, Soros described in strikingly personal terms why he became a political philanthropist. His objective, he said, was to make Hungary “a country from which I wouldn’t want to emigrate.” To that end, he showered Hungary with money and resources in the years after the Berlin Wall fell. In the early 1990s, the O.S.F. gave $5 million to a program that offered free breakfasts to Hungarian schoolchildren. It spent millions to modernize Hungary’s health care system. In all, Soros has funded around $400 million worth of projects in Hungary since 1989 — and that figure doesn’t include the initial $250 million that he gave to endow Central European University, which opened in Prague in 1991, moved to Budapest two years later and has since graduated more than 14,000 students drawn from across Eastern Europe and Central Asia.

During the late 1980s and early 1990s, Soros also cultivated a number of young activists he believed could advance his dream of remaking Hungary as a place he would never again feel compelled to leave. Among them was Viktor Orban, a bright, charismatic student who was ardently pro-democracy, or so it seemed. In addition to providing Orban with a scholarship at Oxford, Soros donated money to Fidesz (the Alliance of Young Democrats), a student organization that Orban helped found and that evolved into his political party.

But during the 1990s, Orban drifted to the right. Elected prime minister in 1998, he governed as a mainstream conservative, emphasizing patriotism and traditional values. Outwardly, he remained pro-Western. Under his leadership, Hungary entered NATO, and he also laid the groundwork for its admission to the European Union. But a shock defeat in the 2002 election seemed to radicalize Orban. When he reclaimed the prime minister’s office in 2009, he began ruthlessly consolidating power. He packed the courts with Fidesz loyalists, and various independent media were bought out by Orban supporters. At the same time, he turned away from the West and drew close to Vladimir Putin. Orban was re-elected in 2014. The following year, the European refugee crisis hit. Tens of thousands of refugees passed through the Balkans and arrived on Hungary’s border. Orban’s government erected a 109-mile fence in order to keep them out, and it later refused to comply with a European Union quota plan that would have required it to take in asylum-seekers.

Groups that received financial support from the O.S.F. were providing assistance to the refugees massed along Hungary’s border, and this became a pretext for Orban’s war on Soros. The Hungarian Parliament enacted legislation requiring NGOs to register with the government and disclose foreign sources of income above a certain threshold; it passed a bill that would have stripped Central European University of the right to award diplomas in Hungary. Orban’s government introduced what it called the “Stop Soros” bill making it a crime to assist illegal immigrants. (Parliament passed the bill last month.)

In one campaign rally in Budapest, Orban referred to Soros as “Uncle George,” telling tens of thousands of supporters that “we are fighting an enemy that is different from us. Not open but hiding; not straightforward but crafty; not honest but base; not national but international; does not believe in working but speculates with money; does not have its own homeland but feels it owns the world.” Along with the fiery speeches, there were the billboards, which featured a picture of a smiling Soros and the message, “Let’s not let George Soros have the last laugh.” The laughing Jew had been a trope of Nazi propaganda, but Orban denied that the billboards were anti-Semitic.

Orban’s coalition won 49 percent of the vote, enough to give it a supermajority in Parliament. But the anti-Soros campaign didn’t end with the election. Days after the vote, a magazine owned by a pro-Orban businesswoman published the names of more than 200 people in Hungary that it claimed were Soros “mercenaries.” The list included representatives of human rights groups, anticorruption watchdogs and Central European University faculty members and administrators. In mid-May, the O.S.F. announced that it was closing its Budapest office, which was responsible for almost half its international grants. Patrick Gaspard, the O.S.F.’s president, says that the language and imagery Orban used to go after Soros was “nothing short of violent” and that the Hungarian prime minister’s threat to turn the country’s intelligence services on the O.S.F. made it impossible to remain in Budapest. “I have the habit of taking autocrats at their word,” Gaspard says. “We have to protect the security of our staff and of our data.” The office is relocating to Berlin.

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In recent years, governments throughout Eastern Europe have attacked Soros. But why Orban, personally popular and facing hopelessly divided opponents, chose to make Soros-bashing the centerpiece of his campaign puzzled many observers. Orban “is extremely successful,” Michael Ignatieff, the president of Central European University and the former leader of Canada’s Liberal Party, told me in London in April. “He’s a much better politician than any of his opposition. He has intelligence and charm. He’s funny and reads a room well. What’s crazy is that he feels he needs to delegitimize Soros in order to win an election.” Some observers offered a psychological explanation: Noting that Orban had had a turbulent relationship with his own father and a tendency to chafe under authority, they suggested that bludgeoning Soros was a form of patricide, a way of slaying his political godfather. But Thomas Carothers, a senior vice president at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, believes that Soros was simply a useful cudgel for Orban. Civic groups were the last source of potential opposition, he says, and because some of them were backed by the O.S.F., going after Soros was a way to undermine their credibility. “Strongman leaders want to de-universalize human rights and civic liberties,” says Carothers, who has served on various O.S.F. advisory boards. “It is much harder for Orban to say that he rejects the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. It is much easier to say, ‘I push back against this intrusive man sitting in New York.’ Soros is a very convenient bogeyman.”


Given that Orban ran and won on a xenophobic platform, it seems fair to wonder if Soros’s work in Hungary — and in much of Eastern Europe — was doomed from the start. With Putinism and Orbanism on the rise and the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall approaching, there is renewed debate about the import of the events of 1989 and whether Russians, Poles and Hungarians really intended to embrace the full menu of Western liberal values. Francis Fukuyama is among those who have doubts today. “There’s now a lot of evidence that a lot of that turn toward liberal democracy in the early days, after the fall of the Berlin Wall, really was driven by a kind of educated, very pro-Western elite,” he told me recently. But less-educated people who lived outside large urban areas “didn’t really buy into liberalism, this idea that you could actually have a multiracial, multiethnic society where all these traditional communal values would have to give way to gay marriage and immigrants and all this stuff. That they definitely did not buy into.”

But Fukuyama went on to say that it takes events and skillful manipulators to rouse the forces of intolerance. In Hungary, the global financial crisis and the refugee crisis were the fuses, and Orban proved very adept at providing the spark. Leonard Benardo, the vice president of the O.S.F., made a similar observation. He said resentment of the European Union, which came to be seen as an “emasculating force of Hungarian identity,” as he put it, coupled with economic anxiety, left Hungarians receptive to Orban’s appeal. “Hungarians are not irredeemably racist,” Benardo said. “Ethnic entrepreneurs like Orban play upon the darkest fears of people to produce political support and an us-versus-them mentality.”

In contrast to Benardo, my grandfather was not a social scientist. But like Soros, he was a Hungarian-born Jew who ended up in the United States, and he believed that anti-Semitism was a habit of mind that Hungarians would never kick. He admired Soros, but thought he was wasting his money in Hungary. When I told Soros about my grandfather, he smiled and shook his head knowingly. He said that his brother, a shipping magnate, had felt the same way. Soros did not.

“I don’t blame the Hungarian people at all,” he said. “In fact, I admire them for their willingness to stand up to oppression and to fight for their freedom.” He added: “We have to distinguish between the people and the government.”

He then told me a story from 1944, about a Nazi officer his father met in a cafe. During the course of the conversation, the officer quietly admitted to misgivings about the orders he was obliged to carry out. His father, a Jew in hiding and virulently opposed to the Nazis, tried to comfort the officer, telling him that it was a difficult situation. Throughout his life, the elder Soros shared this story to make the point that circumstances matter and that how people act isn’t necessarily how they feel, a lesson that his son was now applying to Orban’s Hungary. I asked him if he expected to visit Hungary again in his lifetime. “I hope so,” he said, but without much conviction.

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Two weeks later, President Trump called Orban to congratulate him on his re-election.

Soros became a major political donor in the United States during George W. Bush’s presidency. Angered by what he saw as an effort by the Bush administration to use the war on terror to stoke fear and stifle dissent, he began donating vast sums to Democratic candidates and progressive causes. He helped fund the Center for American Progress, a liberal think tank, as well as MoveOn.org, and spent more than $20 million backing John Kerry’s unsuccessful bid to deny Bush a second term. In addition to being a generous donor, he was an outspoken one. He accused the Bush administration of employing Nazi propaganda techniques, and later said that the United States would need to undergo “a certain de-Nazification process” after Bush left office.

Soros was an early backer of Barack Obama’s 2008 presidential campaign. In Paris, Soros told me that Obama was “actually my greatest disappointment.” Prompted by an aide, he immediately qualified himself, saying that he hadn’t been disappointed by Obama’s presidency but felt let down on a professional level. While he had no desire for a formal role in the administration, he had hoped that Obama would seek his counsel, especially on financial and economic matters. Instead, he was frozen out.

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Soros with his mentor, the philosopher Karl Popper, in 1990.CreditPhotograph from George Soros
After Obama was elected, “he closed the door on me,” Soros said. “He made one phone call thanking me for my support, which was meant to last for five minutes, and I engaged him, and he had to spend another three minutes with me, so I dragged it out to eight minutes.” He suggested that he had fallen victim to an Obama personality trait. “He was someone who was known from the time when he was competing for the editorship of The Harvard Law Review to take his supporters for granted and to woo his opponents,” Soros said.

During the 2016 election cycle, Soros contributed more than $25 million to Hillary Clinton and other Democratic candidates and causes. While he had foreseen the possibility of a Trump-like figure emerging (“The American public has proven remarkably susceptible to the manipulation of truth, which increasingly dominates the country’s political discourse,” he wrote in The Guardian in 2007), he was as surprised as everyone else that the Trump-like figure turned out to be Donald Trump. Soros told me that he had known Trump casually and had even socialized with him (about 30 years ago, a friend of Soros’s dated one of Trump’s senior people, and they all went out for dinner a few times). “I had no idea he had any political ambition,” Soros said. Trump had tried to coax him into becoming the lead tenant in one of his commercial buildings, he said. “I told him I couldn’t afford it,” Soros recalled with a chuckle.

He said that he had been “very afraid” that Trump would “blow up the world rather than suffer a setback to his narcissism” but was pleased that the president’s ego had instead led him to reach out to North Korea. “I think the danger of nuclear war has been greatly reduced, and that’s a big relief.” In his annual state-of-the-world speech in Davos this year, Soros said Trump “would like to establish a mafia state, but he can’t, because the Constitution, other institutions and a vibrant civil society won’t allow it.” He also characterized Trump as a “purely temporary phenomenon that will disappear in 2020, or even sooner,” and predicted a Democratic landslide in the 2018 midterm elections. Five months on, he was sticking by those predictions. “For every Trump follower who follows Trump through thick and thin, there is more than one Trump enemy who will be more intent, more determined,” Soros told me. He is doing his part to shorten the Trump era: In advance of the midterm elections, Soros has so far contributed at least $15 million to support Democratic candidates and causes.

Asked if he would support Bernie Sanders if the Vermont senator won the Democratic nomination in 2020, Soros said it was too soon to say. He expressed displeasure with Senator Kirsten Gillibrand of New York, another possible candidate, over her role in ousting Al Franken from Congress: “She was using #MeToo to promote herself.” He said his main goal as a political activist was to see a return to bipartisanship, a surprising claim in light of his lavish support for the Democrats. It was the extremism of the Republican Party that had prompted him to become a major Democratic donor, he said; he wanted the Republican Party to reform itself into a more moderate party. He said he was not especially partisan himself: “I don’t particularly want to be a Democrat.” He spoke of his respect for John McCain. He even said he would be inclined to give financial support to moderate Republicans like Lisa Murkowski and Susan Collins, although he quickly walked back that comment: “I shouldn’t say that. That would hurt them.” And while the Republicans had made bipartisanship impossible, he didn’t want to see the Democrats become more ideologically rigid and confrontational.

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If Soros views his relationship with the Democratic Party as mostly transactional, for some Democrats the feeling appears to be mutual. While his money is welcome and needed, there seems to be a certain ambivalence about Soros within Democratic circles. It is partly because of his outspokenness. As Elaine Kamarck, a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution and a longtime Democratic strategist, puts it, “The best donors are silent donors; not talking is good.” A bigger issue is that the Democratic Party remains committed to campaign-finance reform and abhors the effect that the Citizens United decision has had on American politics. That 2010 Supreme Court ruling gave billionaires like Soros the right to spend unlimited amounts of money on political campaigns. Kamarck says that in the post-Citizens United world, Democrats “can’t unilaterally disarm” and spurn donations from plutocrats like Soros, but they are conflicted about billionaire donors in a way that the Republicans are not.

Although Soros is squarely on the left on many issues — he supports a single-payer health care system and is a longtime advocate of criminal-justice reform — some on the left have long been dubious of him. In the 1990s, he was portrayed by the far left as an agent of American imperialism, helping to foist the so-called neoliberal agenda (mass privatization, for example) on Eastern Europe. For some critics, Soros’s Wall Street background has always been a mark against him. There is also discomfort with his philanthropy — not its goals, certainly, but what it is seen to represent. Soros is at the vanguard of what has come to be known as “philanthrocapitalism,” essentially large-scale social investing by billionaires like Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg and Soros. (Last year Forbes magazine ranked Soros the 20th-richest American.) To those who object, this represents the privatization of social policy and, through the substantial tax benefits that charitable donations receive, it deprives the public sector of money that could be used to promote social welfare.

When I asked Soros to describe himself ideologically, he laughed. “My ideology is nonideological,” he said. “I’m in the club of nonclubs.” When I suggested that “center-left” might characterize his views, he demurred; he said it wasn’t clear where he stood now because the left had moved further left, a development that did not please him. “I’m opposed to the extreme left,” he said. “It should stop trying to keep up with the extremists on the right.”

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A billboard in Hungary claiming that “99 percent reject illegal immigration” and telling voters, in advance of elections this spring, “Let’s not let George Soros have the last laugh.”CreditAttila Kisbenedek/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images
One morning in Paris, I had coffee with Alex Soros, who is 32 and the second-youngest of George’s five children. Bespectacled, wiry and careful with his words, he had recently earned a doctorate in history from the University of California, Berkeley, and was now running his own philanthropy while also working with the O.S.F. He was a little groggy, having been up late the night before writing an op-ed for The Daily News rebutting Roseanne Barr’s Nazi tweet. (His father’s lawyers also filed a cease-and-desist order against Barr; she issued an apology two weeks later.) When the caffeine finally kicked in, Alex told me that for many years, his father had not been eager to advertise his Judaism because “this was something he was almost killed for.” But he had always “identified firstly as a Jew,” and his philanthropy was ultimately an expression of his Jewish identity, in that he felt a solidarity with other minority groups and also because he recognized that a Jew could only truly be safe in a world in which all minorities were protected. Explaining his father’s motives, he said, “The reason you fight for an open society is because that’s the only society that you can live in, as a Jew — unless you become a nationalist and only fight for your own rights in your own state.”

But Soros’s Jewish identity, coupled with his status as a Wall Street billionaire, gave those disinclined to support his agenda an easy means to foment suspicion and resentment, and from the moment that he became involved in Eastern Europe, he was confronted with anti-Semitism. The dog-whistling has not abated with time; some would argue that anti-Semitism directed at Soros has become, at least under Orban, a state-sponsored contagion. But it has also lately taken some bizarre twists. Last year, a son of Benjamin Netanyahu, the Israeli prime minister, posted an anti-Semitic cartoon of Soros on his Facebook page. (Netanyahu has frequently disparaged Soros because of his financial support for groups critical of Israel’s treatment of the Palestinians.) And, of course, Soros is also routinely accused of having been a Nazi.

Anti-Soros sentiment is a more recent phenomenon in the United States. Soros became a focal point of right-wing vitriol when he started contributing to the Democrats. In an appearance on Fox News in 2004, Dennis Hastert, who was at the time the speaker of the House, suggested that Soros was involved with drug cartels, telling Chris Wallace that “I don’t know where George Soros gets his money. I don’t know where — if it comes overseas or from drug groups or where it comes from.” The effort to demonize Soros has been unrelenting and quite successful. In suggesting that Soros was plotting a coup against the American government, Roseanne Barr was repeating a claim made by, among others, Ginni Thomas, the wife of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, who had posted a meme on her Facebook page suggesting that Soros was conspiring to topple President Trump and “our constitutional republic.”

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Soros is regularly portrayed as the deus ex machina of American politics, a vast left-wing conspiracy unto himself. His wily hand — and wallet — have been blamed for the national-anthem protests in the N.F.L.; the unrest in Ferguson, Mo.; and the violence in Charlottesville. On Twitter, Soros haters trace virtually every national trauma, as well as every setback for conservatives, to him, or anything with the flimsiest connection to him. This stuff isn’t confined to the digital fringes either. The claim about Charlottesville, for instance, was leveled by Paul Gosar, a Republican member of Congress. After news broke of a sex scandal involving the former governor of Missouri, Eric Greitens, that state’s Republican Party issued a statement claiming that he had fallen victim to a “political hit job” orchestrated by Soros.

At this point, it is fair to say that “Soros” has eclipsed even “Hillary” as a trigger for a certain large subset of Republicans and conservatives. In April, conservative media outlets reported that Kimba Wood, the judge presiding over the case of President Trump’s former personal attorney, Michael Cohen, had officiated at Soros’s third wedding, in 2013. None of them attempted to explain why this was a problem; it was apparently self-evident. In 2014, Mark Malloch-Brown, a former United Nations deputy secretary general and a longtime Soros protégé, became head of a company called Smartmatic, which specializes in electronic voting technology. Soros obsessives eventually seized on this as proof that he was now intent on manipulating election outcomes. In response, the company felt obliged to post a disclaimer on its website stating that Soros had no stake in Smartmatic and that its technology was not used during the 2016 United States presidential election. When I spoke with Malloch-Brown, he told me that this was the price of being associated in any way with Soros. “It’s a badge I wear with honor,” he said, “but it attaches to everything I do.”

Much of what is said about Soros on Facebook, Twitter and in right-wing media outlets is not overtly anti-Semitic, and it is possible that some of the people pushing these views are not even aware that he is Jewish. But the echoes are there. Glenn Beck used his show on Fox to peddle wild conspiracy theories about Soros. In 2010, he aired a multipart special called “George Soros: The Puppet Master,” which was widely condemned for its anti-Semitic overtones, beginning with its title (the Jew as puppet master, pulling the strings of humanity, is another age-old anti-Semitic trope). In recent years, the so-called alt-right has become a key driver of Soros paranoia. Breitbart portrays him as an arch-“globalist” who backs unrestricted immigration and a border-free world. (Neither claim is true.) Soros was one of the prominent Jews featured in the last ad of Trump’s 2016 campaign, which many regarded as anti-Semitic. Steve Bannon, formerly the head of Breitbart, led Trump’s campaign at the time. On a trip to Europe in March, Bannon lauded Viktor Orban as a “hero” and “the most significant guy on the scene today.”

Although the broadsides at Soros are often highly suggestive, the people behind them are usually careful to maintain a degree of deniability when it comes to the question of anti-Semitism. But not always. On his radio show last year, Alex Jones, who runs the conspiracy website Infowars, told listeners, “there is undoubtedly a Jewish mafia” and that it was headed by Soros. Offering the same twist that would later appear in Roseanne Barr’s tweet, Jones said that “one of the biggest enemies of Jews was the Jewish mafia” and that Soros was “out to get Jews.”


Britain’s vote in 2016 to leave the E.U. was a personal blow to Soros, an Anglophile but also a staunch supporter of European integration. Afterward, he donated more than $500,000 to a group called Best for Britain, led by Malloch-Brown, that plans to push for a second referendum to undo Brexit. In a tart response, Norman Lamont, who was chancellor of the Exchequer during the 1992 pound-devaluation crisis and, as such, the person on the losing end of Soros’s most celebrated trade, told a reporter, “George Soros is a brilliant financier, but he should stick to finance and stay out of British politics.”

In April, I met with Lamont. Now a member of the House of Lords and an ardent Brexit supporter, he insisted that he bore no ill will toward Soros because of Black Wednesday. But he regarded Brexit as a domestic political matter in which foreign money should play no part. That Soros had a home and office in London was irrelevant. “He can’t vote here,” Lamont said. In his view, Soros’s effort to get a do-over vote was undermining British democracy. “I think there would be incredible disillusionment with the political process if this vote was annulled,” he said.

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During my dinner with Soros, I pointed out that some political observers drew a straight line from Black Wednesday to Brexit, in that the 1992 crisis strengthened the position of the Euroskeptics in Britain’s Conservative Party, the faction that ultimately pushed for and prevailed on the vote to leave the European Union. I asked Soros what he would say to a Brexit supporter puzzled by his seemingly contradictory roles in Black Wednesday and Brexit. His reply suggested he thought the answer was obvious. “This is the difference between my engagement in the markets, where my only interest is to get it right and make money, and my political engagement, where I stand for what I really believe in,” he said.

[Read more about George Soros and his large donations to his Open Society Foundations]

It is a comment that gets to the heart of the Soros conundrum. Even if you concede that policymakers are ultimately to blame for the income inequality that has fueled so much of the current backlash against globalization, the financial sector has had a major role in worsening it, and hedge-fund titans like Soros are powerful symbols of that inequality. And while Soros has written very candidly and persuasively about the pitfalls of casino capitalism — most notably in a 1997 Atlantic essay, subsequently expanded into a book called “The Crisis of Global Capitalism,” in which he acknowledged the destabilizing effect of financial markets — that doesn’t make him any less of a symbol. When pressed, Soros has said that if he hadn’t gone after the British pound or the Thai baht, someone else would have. That is unquestionably true (and in fact, Quantum was not the only hedge fund targeting those currencies). But that is not a particularly satisfying answer, and certainly not after the Great Recession, in which investment banks and hedge funds played such a destructive role. The industry that made him a billionaire contributed significantly to the circumstances that now imperil what Soros the philanthropist has tried to achieve.

On the other hand, if Soros’s riches had gone to someone else, would that person have put the money to the same use? It might have gone to a noble cause, but almost certainly not to something as ambitious and quixotic — or as dangerous — as the promotion of liberal values and democracy. (As Putin and Orban have shown, independent civil society is inevitably regarded as oppositional by governments that don’t want their powers checked.) Most plutocrats measure progress in numbers, but the kind of work that Soros, through the O.S.F., has done generally defies quantification. And as Leonard Benardo, the vice president of the O.S.F., noted when we spoke a few months ago, that work can be unpopular in the countries where it is done.

Soros’s efforts on behalf of one group in particular, the Roma, seem especially germane right now. In June, the new Italian interior minister, Matteo Salvini, the head of the far-right League party, commissioned a census of the country’s Roma. As an “answer to the Roma question,” as he menacingly phrased it, Salvini vowed to expel all non-Italian Roma and added, “Unfortunately, we will have to keep the Italian Roma.” Even in the age of Trump, his words were shocking, but he has refused to disavow them or back down. Improving the status of Europe’s estimated 10 to 12 million Roma has been a major priority for Soros and the O.S.F. since the early 1990s. The organization has contributed more than $300 million to projects combating discrimination against the Roma and providing them with greater education, employment and civic opportunities. It is a struggle because anti-Roma sentiment remains a potent force, a reality underscored by Salvini’s actions and statements. Given the political currents in Europe, this is another battle that Soros may well be losing. Salvini’s popularity has soared.

But it is also a clarifying battle. Setting aside all of the complications that come with being George Soros, would you rather live in the world that he has tried to create, or in the world that Salvini and Orban (and, for that matter, Trump) seem to be pushing us toward? In the aftermath of the Great Recession, it can certainly be argued that how Soros earned his money, and the fact that he accumulated such wealth, ought to carry more moral opprobrium in 2018 than maybe it did in 2008. But there is also a case to be made that in the present moment, with its echoes of the 1930s, how he amassed his fortune matters a lot less than what he has chosen to do with it.

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Protesters in Skopje demonstrating last year against a proposal to make Albanian the second official language of Macedonia.CreditRobert Atanasovski/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images
There have been mistakes; by his own admission, Soros erred in championing Mikheil Saakashvili, the mercurial former president of Georgia, and also became too directly involved in the country’s politics in the early 2000s. He clearly misjudged Orban. But as Victoria Nuland, a former American diplomat who worked for both Dick Cheney and Hillary Clinton, put it when I spoke to her recently, “George is a freedom fighter.”

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On the morning of July 5, I visited Soros at his home in the Hamptons. He had returned from Europe the week before and was spending the rest of the summer at El Mirador, as his Mediterranean-style villa is known. For years, Soros has used the 10-bedroom, 15,000-square-foot complex as a salon of sorts, entertaining a revolving cast of writers, academics and political activists. Back in the day, Soros could often be found playing chess outside with dissidents from Eastern Europe.

A household employee showed me to a table in the dining room and offered me some ginger tea: “a specialty of the house.” A few minutes later, Soros walked in. He was dressed in a white linen shirt, dark trousers and sandals. He hadn’t been on the tennis court that morning; he was busy with phone calls instead.

In the five weeks since I had seen Soros in Paris, the Trump administration had slapped new trade sanctions on China and imposed tariffs on goods from Canada and the European Union. I asked why the markets and the broader economy were holding up so well in the face of a possible global trade war, the breakdown of the trans-Atlantic alliance and the political turmoil in Washington. Soros said these developments would eventually drag down the market, but he couldn’t say when. “I’ve lost my capacity to anticipate the markets,” he said, adding with a smile, “I’m an amateur now.” It was like hearing Roger Federer saying he had lost his touch around the net. Soros claimed that because the financial world was no longer his main focus, he was unable to time the markets the way that he used to. Politics now commanded his attention.

Soros was in a reflective mood. He said democracy was in trouble because in many countries it had become sclerotic, insufficiently responsive to the public’s needs. “It’s losing out,” he said. Illiberal democracy, of the sort that Orban had fashioned in Hungary, was proving to be “more effective,” for the time being at least. The new-age autocrats had shown themselves to be particularly cunning in going after civil society as a means of consolidating their power. “It’s a less abrasive way of exercising control than actually killing people who disagree with you,” he said.

It had become clear to him that his mentor and inspiration, Karl Popper, had been wrong in one critical respect. In a democratic society, politics wasn’t ultimately a quest to arrive at the truth; it was about gaining and holding power and manipulating public sentiment in order to do that. “He was a philosopher of science, and science is a search for reality,” Soros said. “He did not understand politics. In politics, you are spinning the truth, not discovering it.” I asked what Popper, who died in 1994, had thought of his political philanthropy. “He was very supportive, which means he didn’t take me seriously,” Soros said, laughing. “I don’t think Popper would be so happy with my current position, because I’m critical of him.”

Soros acknowledged that he had said things in the past that he now regretted — not necessarily the sentiments, but the way he had expressed them. Referring to the Nazi comments that he made during the Bush years, he said, “That was probably a mistake.” He told me that he was now choosing his words more cautiously, eschewing comparisons to the Third Reich and the use of the word “fascism” to describe political conditions in the United States and Europe.

In Paris, Alex Soros had told me that his father, while an excellent parent, had been emotionally distant. It was, he said, a defense mechanism born of his wartime experience: “To be emotional, to give off emotion, could be a sign of vulnerability.” But he said his father had started to open up in recent years.

As my conversation with Soros in Southampton drew to a close, I thought I picked up a little vulnerability. He was talking about his wealth and the opportunities it had given him. “For me, money represents freedom and not power,” he said. For a long time, money had given him the freedom to do and say what he pleased, and also the freedom not to care what other people said and thought about him. But he conceded that he had started to care. “I have become a bit more concerned about my image, because it is disturbing to have those lies out there,” he said, citing Roseanne Barr’s tweet as an example. He also admitted that being the anointed villain for so many people around the world was unpleasant. “I’m not happy to have that many enemies,” he said. “I wish I had more friends.”



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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:47 PM
Author: evan39

Whoa Cr

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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:47 PM
Author: Pikashrew used Thunderthighs!

what about Emperor?

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Author: USS Idris Elba(MAKE WAKANDA GREAT AGAIN)




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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:47 PM
Author: my dog has more potential mates than i do(and he's neutered)


So you're admitting you're a prole.

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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:47 PM
Author: Dickey Simpkins

180

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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:47 PM
Author: .,.,.,,,.,,.,.,.,,.,.,.,.,.,,.,.,.,.

omg lol what a loser coin

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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:47 PM
Author: my dog takes more 7.5 mi constitutionals than I do(take THAT, Uber!)




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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:47 PM
Author: nutella

Aman was a one time splurge on honeymoon. You’re talking like $5k here and there infrequently, which is pretty inconsequential and sometimes I want to spend money.

Last year, I figured I’d go buy something nice for myself like a nice watch, but as I’ve gotten older, I stopped being interested in clothes and bags and restaurants. So prob travel is the only thing we still do occasionally spend on, but even then it’s always on a deal like 4th free night at the four seasons plus resort credit etc. we spend less on travel than most of my friends, but they don’t play the points game or look for deals.

I’m actually trying to see if there’s shit I want to spend money on, like fancy wine or fancy food, but there’s just nothing I give a fuck about. I watch tv and drink shitty wine and I’m happy.



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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:46 PM
Author: THOT_RAVAGER

very cr

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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:46 PM
Author: Judas Jones

that's jewish, not poor.

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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:46 PM
Author: Death, Taxes & NOWAG

(pussy)

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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:46 PM
Author: michael doodikoff

this sounds credited. You can get the latter for like $80

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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:46 PM
Author: .,.,...,..,..,.,:,,:,,..,:::,.,.,:,.,.:..:.,:.::,,

If they want a war it will be American Patriots versus the Treasonous Media

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Author: Metaphysics



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Author: leolenin



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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:46 PM
Author: Djavid Ben Gurion, FOUR TIMES Champ of Wimbledon(*)


breh we were poor. my parents brought ritz crackers and peanut butter to england to eat for lunches when we got free plain tics w miles.

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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:45 PM
Author: HojRakso

if u cant trace ur lineage back to Ian Cameron himself, ur nothing.

LONG LIVE THE STAR LEAGUE AND LONG LIVE ITS GREAT BROTHERS

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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:45 PM
Author: big dick boogie down

lol holy shit. Gas all lawyers immediately.

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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:45 PM
Author: Diamond Dallas Chad(i think i fucking love you.... won't you stay and watch cartoons)


Get a printer that can CRANK out black and white. Get a low capacity color printer (which you will almost never use).

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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:45 PM
Author: Bill Paxton and Paul Reiser in SPACE FORCE

Latino bro here: she's not dark enough to fall into the weird category. She's close though

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Author: michael doodikoff



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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:44 PM
Author: .,.,...,;..,.,.,:,,:,...,:::,.,.,:,,,.:.,:.,:.::,.

Done
https://i.imgur.com/UnSemNA.mp4

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Author: colt tp



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Author: HojRakso



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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:43 PM
Author: HojRakso

hell yeah -- we're a regular Vladimir and Estragon now, us two *boards life raft with u to float on an icy, unsettled sea* *begins to play lyre, looking into your eyes -- is lovingly the right word?*

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Author: Metaphysics



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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:43 PM
Author: michael doodikoff

see my post below about ink costs and general pain in the ass dealing with color printers. For office use I'd go black monochrome ink jet (with a high capacity scanner) any day

What the hell are you printing anyway

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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:43 PM
Author: Djavid Ben Gurion, FOUR TIMES Champ of Wimbledon(*)




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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:43 PM
Author: .,.,...,....,.,:,,:,.,.,:;:,...,:,.,.;..:.,:.::,.

DINDU NUFFIN

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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:42 PM
Author: Sci-Hub



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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:42 PM
Author: Metaphysics

Alright fine Jesus

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Author: Taylor Swift is not a hobby she is a lifestyle



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Author: big dick boogie down



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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:42 PM
Author: Diamond Dallas Chad(i think i fucking love you.... won't you stay and watch cartoons)


The last part could be bad advice depending on OP's state. In my state, associates owe a fiduciary duty to law firms so any contingency cases he came across would need to be pitched to and rejected by the firm or it could be self-dealing and usurpation of a business opportunity.

https://www.legalmalpracticelawreview.com/2010/04/articles/cases-materials/fiduciary-duty/beyond-duties-to-clients-associates-duties-to-their-law-firms/

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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:42 PM
Author: West Decimas,TEN time most prestigious slams champ

*lance's 3 top majors via roids and 14 least prestigious majors

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Author: big dick boogie down



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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:41 PM
Author: Krampusnacht

lol @ prole kings, most royal families are relative newcomers who just fought their way into power. it is MOAR prestigious to be from an old noble family.

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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:41 PM
Author: females are strong as hell

Lol stormy daniels made 1/10000th of the impact of the pussy tape. Literally no one changed their mimd re: trump over her, certainly not 100,000 people. You lose thread wang

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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:41 PM
Author: .....;;,,.........;.;.;.;.,;,;,;.;.;,;

I really like it here.

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Author: Metaphysics



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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:41 PM
Author: gibberish

No u

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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:41 PM
Author: .,.,...,;..,.,.,:,,:,...,:::,.,.,:,,,.:.,:.,:.::,.

Done:
https://i.imgur.com/n4hDUg8.mp4

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Author: NiggerFaggot



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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:40 PM
Author: Yours For The Revolution(Pederastrian)


xo Sean Connery dealing with commie fag Putin real quick

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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:40 PM
Author: Death, Taxes & NOWAG



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Author: Sci-Hub



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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:40 PM
Author: Sir Incelot

Know a few on the civil side that went into boutique plaintiff firms, but thats the exception, not the rule.

If you have a speicalty, you can try for an ALJ, which is probably the peak of government legal work.

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Author: NiggerFaggot



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Author: HojRakso



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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:40 PM
Author: libcrusher180

1800000 how much did u spend?

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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:40 PM
Author: shrimp po boy

lol. i like that it's helicoptering

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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:40 PM
Author: Death, Taxes & NOWAG

Running is just my current generic cardio. Give zero fucks about improving numbers unless/until I enter a race -- which I usually do every few years. Then I will cut back on lifting to once a week and drop 15 lbs before the race.

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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:39 PM
Author: ,,..,...,..,.,...,.,.,.,,,,,,,..,.,.,.( )


Update?

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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:39 PM
Author: .....;;,,.........;.;.;.;.,;,;,;.;.;,;

The other thing to keep in mind is that now that she has a real job I'm sure her teeth will be ground down to a reasonable size in the next 5-7 years.

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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:39 PM
Author: HojRakso

eh i think one of the problems is time and the passage of time--I've thought about this in other contexts. Big generalizing statements, but, as time goes on, maybe the sort of people "you" might want to be frequently participating in a community like this are going to be able to less and less do that; while the sort of people you might not want to be frequently participating in a community like this are still going to be able to participate just as frequently if not more so. You can gather the reasons. But it seems like an almost inevitable feature of XO's origin and its original demographic base. So, ceteris paribus, maybe there's just a natural decay that takes place here.

Such a tendency could be countered by the thoughtful, periodic injection of new poasters into the poasterbase--a fresh batch of scholarship tps and johnsmeyers and j shads for the taking, delivered right on time, every first sunrise of autumn, lads--rest your weary bones, original zeke tp, a new zeke arises to bolster your poasting! But that's a nut that rach has just never seemed to crack (along with plenty of other internet sites)--he seems to get overwhelmed when he's tried a restrictive-subjective approach to new registration; open registration attracts a cohort that just doesn't quite fit the bill (is the genesis of xo unique and just unrepeatable in 2018--something to think about); and either method attracts the attention of the most-interested insidious megapoasters who want to collect another set of alts to play with, muddying the waters in either event.

So there we are. Note, I don't even know if I actually endorse what I've written above, but it's just a line of thinking to consider. Also, one counterpoint to my thesis here, which sort of recalls Theseus's paradox: if the poaster cohort has this natural evolution over time so that the prominent participants aren't necessarily the most desirable from the perspective of the original xo crowd, does that necessarily make the newer content "bad?" This wades into the subjectivity-objectivity of art criticism debate, right Tolstoy? Or maybe just a question about what defines XO as "well-functioning"--whose standard? If we take the people left standing on their own terms and observe that, among themselves, they're making content that they themselves find great, well, hell, maybe things are moving along just swimmingly. And maybe threads like the one OP has created are more the last gasp of a breed that just doesn't have a place here, at least not in any prominence, and we can mourn the "Golden Age" xo, get all Virgilian and angsty, while also being mature enough to recognize that things just change and that's okay

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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:39 PM
Author: ~~(>\' \' )>

Around 47% of my printing has at least some color.

https://image.ibb.co/dYqtYd/Capture.png

I find it strange that color is so rare or unhelpful to you that you'd rather drive to a print shop than spend an extra $100 or whatever on a color printer.

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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:39 PM
Author: .,.,...,;..,.,.,:,,:,...,:::,.,.,:,,,.:.,:.,:.::,.

if only we could delete the guy

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Author: NiggerFaggot



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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:39 PM
Author: ESL Wilbur(Short Pride World Wide)


Call Sean Hannity

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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:38 PM
Author: ESL Wilbur(Short Pride World Wide)


great name-gift synergy

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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:38 PM
Author: Death, Taxes & NOWAG

Face is not great, but her body is very solid and she has healthy looking skin.

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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:38 PM
Author: Morning In America

That legit looks like Huma

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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:38 PM
Author: ,,..,...,..,.,...,.,.,.,,,,,,,..,.,.,.( )


http://xoxohth.com/thread.php?thread_id=4028278&mc=64&forum_id=2#36444160

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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:38 PM
Author: shrimp po boy

Nah I'm hundreds of miles away, but it would be funny as fuck.

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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:38 PM
Author: Djavid Ben Gurion, FOUR TIMES Champ of Wimbledon(*)


cr, he could PASS lance's 17 by the end of next summer.

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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:38 PM
Author: .....;;,,.........;.;.;.;.,;,;,;.;.;,;

At least he's honest about their insanely high rates of sex crime convictions.

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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:38 PM
Author: deus vult(from constantinople to the stars)


"I don't know, Vlad, we got too many of your people in here. Shit is fucked up."

"No. These people you do not like...they are Ukrainian."


"What are you?"

"I am Russian, from Moscow. Is very different."

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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:37 PM
Author: CapTTTainFalcon

what they don't show you:

http://jasmine.paheal.net/_images/f8f7eb91d9fb1a7c35b0ad642bd94f92/1227801%20-%20Luigi%20Mario%20Princess_Peach%20Super_Mario_Bros.%20Toad%20animated.gif

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Author: shrimp po boy



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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:37 PM
Author: West Decimas,TEN time most prestigious slams champ

he has the best words

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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:37 PM
Author: Religion of Peace ©(earl)


You aren’t rich like she is and you didnt grow up poor. You need to take it manage of luxury enough to feel like you made while still being cheap every step of the way

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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:37 PM
Author: beckersted.

Im a big fan of whats going on in that gif


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Author: nigger nigger nigger nigger nigger nigger nigger



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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:37 PM
Author: big dick boogie down

this is about in-house, not compliance. Please exit the thread immediately.

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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:37 PM
Author: veddy big investor(aide de camp)


here’s hoping that hot milf Kimberly Guilfoyle is in attendance

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Author: ,,..,...,..,.,...,.,.,.,,,,,,,..,.,.,.( )




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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:37 PM
Author: my dog takes more 7.5 mi constitutionals than I do(take THAT, Uber!)


Hmmn.

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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:36 PM
Author: Bedroom Bully(All poasts are performance art )




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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:36 PM
Author: .....;;,,.........;.;.;.;.,;,;,;.;.;,;

Need a full set of gifs of her sections from the whole vid. E.g. the bouncing sequence at 1:25 is tremendous.

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Date: July 17th, 2018 4:36 PM
Author: cannon

If there's any room on XO for decent, non-politics story

https://www.nola.com/business/index.ssf/2018/07/college_student_from_new_orlea.html

College student from New Orleans walked 20 miles to 1st day of work so his boss gave him his car

By Carol Robinson crobinson@al.comUpdated 11:36 AM; Posted 10:35 AM
When a young Birmingham college student's car broke down the night before he was supposed to start a new job, he didn't panic. At least not for long.

Instead, Walter Carr walked. From Homewood to Pelham. All night. In the dark. 20 miles or more.

A Carver High School graduate and U.S. Marine hopeful, Carr walked throughout the early morning hours Friday because he needed, and wanted, the job with Bellhops moving company. He made it to Hoover by 2 a.m. and then to Pelham at 4 a.m.

It was in Pelham that the trek took a surprising turn. Kindness and concern from four Pelham police officers coupled with publicly posted words of amazement and admiration from the moving company's clients about Carr's work ethic and dedication, led to a massive pat on the back Monday from Bellhops CEO Luke Marklin.

Marklin drove in from Tennessee under the guise of meeting Carr for coffee to personally thank him. That meeting ended with Marklin surprising Carr by giving Carr his own barely-driven 2014 Ford Escape.

"I am honestly blown away by him,'' Marklin said of Carr. "Everything he did that day is exactly who we are - heart and grit. So far, he's batting 1,000."

An emotional Carr had just one word when Marklin handed him the keys. "Seriously?"

All the accolades over the weekend started with a post from Jenny Lamey on Facebook. She wrote that she and her husband, Chris, got up about 5:45 a.m. Friday to get everything staged and ready for the movers. About 6:30 a.m. their doorbell rang and the Lameys found Pelham police officers at their door.

"He proceeded to tell us that he had picked up 'this nice kid' in Pelham early this morning. The nice kid, Walter, said that he was supposed to help us with our move today. It was his first day on the job with this moving company (Bellhops) and he was 'training' today," Jenny Lamey wrote Saturday night.

The officer then told the Lameys about Carr's perseverance in getting to work.

"He WALKED ALL NIGHT to get from Homewood to Pelham. Because he needed to get to work. For those reading this that are not local, that's over 20 miles. You could tell how the officer told us this story that he had complete admiration for Walter and by my reaction he could tell I did too,'' she wrote. "The police officer said they picked him up earlier that morning, took him to get some breakfast and once they checked his story out, brought Walter to our house."

Jenny Lamey said Carr was welcome to stay until the rest of the Bellhops crew arrived, and even offered him the chance to go upstairs and take a nap until then. He declined and said he could go ahead and get started. So, he began alongside the Lameys until the crews got there.

"We chatted while we were working together early yesterday morning. He loved my kitchen and said that it was exactly the kind of kitchen he would want. He was from New Orleans. He and his mother lost their home in Hurricane Katrina and they came and made their home in Birmingham,'' she wrote. "I asked him if he was tired from all that walking, and he said replied that he wasn't and that he had a 4-hour nap before he left at midnight. He said he made it (to) Hoover around 2 a.m. and then to Pelham around 4am, that's about when the officer picked him up and took him to get breakfast. He wore black Nike joggers which he commented that he intentionally wore because he knew he had to walk thru (sic) some pretty high grass on his middle-of-the-night trek,'' she wrote. "He looked at me in the eye and smiled and I felt like I had known him much longer."

Jenny Lamey also praised the rest of the moving crew, but it was clear Carr left an impression on her. She has set up a GoFundMe account to help him out.

"I just can't tell you how touched I was by Walter and his journey. He is humble and kind and cheerful and he had big dreams! He is hardworking and tough. I can't imagine how many times on that lonely walk down 280 in the middle of the night did he want to turn back,'' she wrote. "How many times did he wonder if this was the best idea. How many times did he want to find a place to sit or lie down and wait til morning when he could maybe get someone to come pick him up and bring him back home. But he walked until he got here! I am in total awe of this young man!"

She said she made Carr tell his co-workers of his ordeal. "Walter said, 'I walked.' That was it. Humble. I asked him to share a little more and when he did, the crew was in awe of him too,'' she wrote. "I don't know that Walter would have shared if I hadn't asked him to."

She ended her post with this: "So yes, yesterday we moved. Yesterday was crazy. Yesterday was long and hard and hot. But...Walter."


Walter Carr gets a new car
Pelham police officer Mark Knighten was the first to encounter Walter that morning. Because it was 3 a.m., and he was walking on the side of the roadway, Knighten stopped to ask Carr if everything was OK. Carr explained to him that he was walking to work, and why, and Knighten took action.

"He was very polite. It was 'yes sir' and 'no sir,''' Knighten said.

Knighten, along with officers Klint Rhodes and Carl Perkinson then took Carr to Whataburger, where they not only bought him breakfast but told him to get lunch to go as well.

Because it was still so early, Knighten said they took Carr to a church because that was the safest place to leave him until it was time for him to be at work.

Officer Scott Duffey was just coming on the clock and his fellow officers told them about their morning. Duffey then went in search of Carr who had already left the church to walk to his job assignment, which was almost in Chelsea.

Duffey picked him and drove him to the Lamey's house, where he knocked on the door and explained the situation.

Carr plans to graduate from Lawson State in December with an associate's degree in health sciences. He wants to join the U.S. Marines and then come back to Birmingham to get his bachelor's degree in physical therapy.

Carr said he is so thankful for all who stepped in. "This was the first job in a long time to give me an opportunity to get hired,'' he said. "I wanted to show them I got the dedication. I said I'm going to get to this job one way or another.''

"I want people to know this - no matter what the challenge is, you can break through the challenge. Nothing is impossible unless you make it impossible,'' he said. "You can do anything you set your mind to. I've got God by my side. I'm really emotional right now trying to hold back the tears."

Carr said his mother and father raised him to help others, and he plans to use his new car to do just that. "To my parents, thank you for being there for me, for the hard work and dedication they put in to keep me on the right path,'' he said. "And I want to thank God because without Him I wouldn't be here."

"God blessed me to be a blessing,'' he said. "Whatever challenges God puts in front of me I know its for a reason."

Jenny Lamey also was emotional on Monday. She hugged Carr tightly and told him this: "You've changed all of our lives Walter. You have no idea how many lives you've changed and inspired. You're a very special young man and you're going to do great things. You already are."

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GODDAMN you become a govt wagecuck.

Every AUSA I interact with I pity. Sure they're the top-tier amongst gubment lawyers.

But compared to Bros in private practice that are KILLING IT? Nah, I feel sorry for them.

-Micro-managed
-Can ONLY do whatever their particular section is focused on
-At the whims of budget freezes and govt shut-downs
-Their pay is equal to what Federal Public Defenders make.
- Plus, what exit options do they have besides White Collar litigation?


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wouldn't that be something!

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(Guy who needs to see an optometrist)

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when i saw this thread, my immediate thought was, which has been WORSE for the fate/long-term trajectory of their respective nations - "strongman" putin, or democratically-elected leaders like tony blair or mitterand in france who spent their careers propping open their borders and encouraging a flood of outsiders? these terms cease to have meaning when we look at the actual course of recent history.

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https://youtu.be/Qj2Xald7NYQ?t=2m34s

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this was hard to read

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