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  • Why Did Trump Say ‘NO’ to Paris?

    by coldwarrior ( 73 Comments › )
    Filed under Academia, Donald Trump, Global Warming Hoax, Marxism, Open thread at July 17th, 2017 - 11:03 am

    Why Did Trump Say ‘NO’ to Paris? Because of this:

    The conclusive findings of this research are that the three GAST data sets are not a valid representation of reality. In fact, the magnitude of their historical data adjustments, that removed their cyclical temperature patterns, are totally inconsistent with published and credible U.S. and other temperature data. Thus, it is impossible to conclude from the three published GAST data sets that recent years have been the warmest ever–despite current claims of record setting warming.

    Finally, since GAST data set validity is a necessary condition for EPA’s GHG/CO2 Endangerment Finding, it too is invalidated by these
    research findings.

    NOT VALID! These are words that research loathe to hear. President Trump was truly and 100% correct to leave the Paris Agreement right there in Europe. Have fun with that! It’s simple, once the Soviet Union collapsed, the socialists around the world glommed on to global warming and globalism as their new vehicle to advance the Socialist Revolution.

    President Trump was right, again.

    here is how Paris will play out:

    all of these countires are on their own train, by agreeing to Paris, they are all headed for the same intersection where the resultant catastrophic crash will destroy capitalism in the world. and that is the point of this. the socialists are now neo-cons/globalists/environmentalists. they see themsleves as the elite who will rule over the destroyed economies. you cant have a revolution if there is a solid middle class in place, hence the need to destroy that class as seen by kristol and the NRO staff and the nevertrumpers.

    well, conductor trump stopped our train and had everyone disembark the kamikaze special. now, this is the biggest train by far and ALL of the other trains were relying on the big train to bring its cargo to the impact point; the end result of Paris is income distribution from America to everyone else. the rest of the world is already nearly socialist but the revolution cant happen if America’s middle class is still strong.

    now that the big train is stopped all of the other conductors will do exactly the same thing because without America in this deal the redistribution of wealth cannot occur. it will be every country for themselves as soon as the next country bails. this is like watching a great big game of chicken.

    America is out, one more country bails and the game is over. for now

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    73 Responses to “Why Did Trump Say ‘NO’ to Paris?”
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    1. coldwarrior
      1 | July 17, 2017 11:16 am

      YOUR DATA SETS ARE NOT VALID

      invalid!

      as i have always said, if i were to take these data from the environmentalists and try to present them as an accurate reflection of reality i would have been laughed out of grad school.

      this farce has gone on long enough and it took President Trump to throw the ‘bullshit’ flag on the field and end play.


    2. eaglesoars
      2 | July 17, 2017 11:31 am

      Finally, since GAST data set validity is a necessary condition for EPA’s GHG/CO2 Endangerment Finding,

      If that is the finding that is based on SCOTUS-approved use of the EPA’s totally fabricated ‘precautionary principle’, then this is game-set-match.

      Quick question: over the past few days I’ve been seeing a few articles that say Trump is considering staying in/accepting at least some of the Paris accord articles. Additionally, I saw one piece in which Macron credited his personal charm to persuading Trump to reconsider. IIRC, while he was in Paris, Trump DID say something to the effect of “well, we’ll see, something might happen”.

      I realize that coming from Trump, that probably is nothing more than a polite deflection, but given the other points noted above, I’m asking if anyone else is seeing anything that indicates Trump will end up confirming the Paris Accord?


    3. coldwarrior
      3 | July 17, 2017 11:36 am

      @ eaglesoars:

      unless it comes from trump’s mouth and then something happens i dont believe anything i read in the press…’unidentified sources’. they have spent a year making up shit and trying to get trump’s supporters to get pissed off at him.


    4. coldwarrior
      4 | July 17, 2017 11:38 am

      huzzah! another ‘bullshit’ vlag just got thrown!

      IN Al Gore’s latest cinematic dose of climate scaremongering, a young Asian man is crying.

      “I feel so scared” he wails, before vision of solicitous uncle Al patting his hand in an attempt to soothe away his fears of the apocalypse.

      Scaremongering is what Gore does best, and fear is the business model that has made him rich, though his every apocalyptic scenario has failed to materialise.

      In Australia last week to spruik his upcoming movie An Inconvenient Sequel, the former US vice president tried it on again, claiming Mother Nature was “screaming” and the world would ­descend into “political disruption and chaos and diseases, stronger storms and more ­destructive floods” unless we buy his snake oil.

      Silly Labor premiers bought that snake oil last week, pledging alongside the grinning Gore that Victoria, Queensland, the ACT and South Australia would embrace renewables to produce zero net emissions by 2050.

      They haven’t learned the lesson from SA’s extreme green experiment with renewable energy that has produced nothing but crippling blackouts and the highest electricity prices in the world.

      Any normal person with such a woeful record of accuracy as Gore would be ashamed to show his face. Eleven years after his Inconvenient Truth movie scared little kids witless, his warnings of climate armageddon have come to nothing.

      it’s manbearpig season!


    5. eaglesoars
      5 | July 17, 2017 11:52 am

      coldwarrior wrote:

      Any normal person with such a woeful record of accuracy as Gore would be ashamed to show his face

      But Gore isn’t a normal person, he’s a con artist, as are all the gov’t greenies on the gravy train he’s running. I’ve read about the blackouts and until people start with the tar, feathers and torches, it will only get worse. The opportunities for graft are too tempting.

      to get trump’s supporters to get pissed off at him.

      true. which is why I’m wary and why I asked.

      Oh, lookie here! Bill Kristol has hooked up with a bunch of washed up Dems! (It’s the Intercept, so take a salt lick with you when trudging thru the analysis, but factually the piece is accurate).

      Indeed, the likelihood of a neocon/Democrat reunion long predates Trump. Back in the Summer of 2014 – almost a year before Trump announced his intent to run for President – long-time neocon-watcher Jacob Heilbrunn, writing in the New York Times, predicted that “the neocons may be preparing a more brazen feat: aligning themselves with Hillary Rodham Clinton and her nascent presidential campaign, in a bid to return to the driver’s seat of American foreign policy.”

      Putin is da Debil


    6. coldwarrior
      6 | July 17, 2017 12:04 pm

      @ eaglesoars:
      send those neo-con bastards back to the democrat party where they belong.

      they are not conservatives. they are globalist/socialist elitist and should have NEVER been brought into the GOP.

      they are poison, and cowardly chickenhawks.


    7. coldwarrior
      7 | July 17, 2017 12:06 pm

      @ eaglesoars:

      i’ll take the HS educated coal miner over those elitist bastards into the GOP any day!


    8. eaglesoars
      8 | July 17, 2017 12:14 pm

      @ coldwarrior:

      well, we managed to run Joe Brzezinski out of town, maybe Kristol will take the hint


    9. coldwarrior
      9 | July 17, 2017 12:15 pm

      here is how Paris will play out.

      all of these countires are on their own train, by agreeing to Paris, they are all headed for the same intersection where the resultant catastrophic crash will destroy capitalism in the world. and that is the point of this. the socialists are now neo-cons/globalists/environmentalists. they see themsleves as the elite who will rule over the destroyed economies. you cant have a revolution if there is a solid middle class in place, hence the need to destroy that class as seen by kristol and the NRO staff and the nevertrumpers.

      well, conductor trump stopped our train and had everyone disembark the kamikaze special. now, this is the biggest train by far and ALL of the other trains were relying on the big train to bring its cargo to the impact point; the end result of Paris is income distribution from America to everyone else. the rest of the world is already nearly socialist but the revolution cant happen if America’s middle class is still strong.

      now that the big train is stopped all of the other conductors will do exactly the same thing because without America in this deal the redistribution of wealth cannot occur. it will be every country for themselves as soon as the next country bails. this is like watching a great big game of chicken.

      America is out, one more country bails and the game is over. for now


    10. eaglesoars
      10 | July 17, 2017 12:16 pm

      Me-Again Kelly is meeting reality

      Earlier in the night at 7 p.m. on NBC, “Sunday Night with Megyn Kelly” drew a 0.4 rating and 3.1 million viewers, the newsmagazine’s lowest total viewer number since it debuted at the beginning of June. Kelly also matched a series low in the key demo.


    11. coldwarrior
      11 | July 17, 2017 12:16 pm

      eaglesoars wrote:

      @ coldwarrior:

      well, we managed to run Joe Brzezinski out of town, maybe Kristol will take the hint

      i’ll take jack mcgurzki and joe martincek from coal miners union #4 to replace them.


    12. coldwarrior
      12 | July 17, 2017 12:24 pm

      maybe NRO will have to move to fid work? or maybe just die off


    13. eaglesoars
      13 | July 17, 2017 12:39 pm

      coldwarrior wrote:

      one more country bails and the game is over. for now

      Brexit


    14. coldwarrior
      14 | July 17, 2017 12:43 pm

      eaglesoars wrote:

      coldwarrior wrote:

      one more country bails and the game is over. for now

      Brexit

      i just have this awful feeling that at the last minute the will of the british people will be squashed and uk will remain in EU


    15. coldwarrior
      15 | July 17, 2017 1:53 pm

      The significant downturn in the number of illegal border crossers between the U.S. and Mexico is “nothing short of miraculous,” National Border Patrol Council President Brandon Judd said on C-SPAN Monday.

      “As far as the Trump administration’s efforts on immigration, this is something they campaigned heavily on,” he said. “At six months, where we are on meeting those promises, we are seeing nothing short of miraculous. If you look at the rhetoric that President Trump has given, it has caused a number of illegal border crossings to go down. We have never seen such a drop that we currently have.”

      “There’s a vibe, there’s an energy in the Border Patrol that’s never been there before in 20 years that I’ve been in the patrol,” Judd added in a separate Fox News interview.

      huh…crazy how that works, enforce the law and its miraculous.


    16. coldwarrior
      16 | July 17, 2017 2:39 pm

      ..cleanin the bar/basement/ well…

      4 didgeridoos, 3 bull-roarers, 3 boomerangs, a stack of all blacks beer coasters, a cricket bat and ball, rugby cleats…

      aussie infidel will be proud!

      😆


    17. eaglesoars
      17 | July 17, 2017 4:40 pm

      coldwarrior wrote:

      i just have this awful feeling that at the last minute the will of the british people will be squashed and uk will remain in EU

      I doubt it. The Brits want out. Their gen’l election is in September I believe. The UKIP party is in complete disarray but that is, in part, because people feel that their reason for being has been accomplished – we’re out, what are you doing here? That means that the banners have been transferred to the parties with the seats and the $$$.

      Ok, back to ‘god this is fun’

      “By the time we get through all of my conditions, I do not think there will be many places in America where fracking will continue to take place,”

      Hildebitch 2016

      He wants us to be dominant. That means that our allies, wherever they may be in the world, know that there will be a constant stream of these products that they need to develop their countries economically.

      All of our allies are very interested in our being able to develop different energy sources, LNG in particular. I mean, this is a game changer.

      click on that link. At the top right corner is a little video of Perry in – TA DA – Pittsburgh. A little snippet in there about a research center in South Park.

      Pennsylvania is about to become a very wealthy state. The snot-nose liberal we’re-running-out-of-other-people’s-money states that are close by are going to notice and get pissed. I mean NY, Vermont, Maine, Conn.
      I’m wondering if they’ll connect the dots and go from blue to red.

      Heard an interesting tidbit about Susan Collins. You know that she’s against the health bill. She’s not just threatening to vote no, she’s trying to block it from coming to the floor and she’s being an absolute BITCH about it. I can’t name names but there have been some heavy hitters visiting her and asking if there’s anything they can do for her that might change her mind. Nope.

      Ah. She wants to run for governor. Ok then. She’s already lost one fundraiser I know of just for her stance on the health bill, she’s lost more than that who might have helped fund her run for governor – and I’m betting she’s going to get primaried because she just pissed off the WH

      That’s all I got, back to work


    18. Aussie Infidel
      18 | July 17, 2017 4:40 pm

      coldwarrior wrote:

      ..cleanin the bar/basement/ well…

      4 didgeridoos, 3 bull-roarers, 3 boomerangs, a stack of all blacks beer coasters, a cricket bat and ball, rugby cleats…

      aussie infidel will be proud!

      HEH !

      🙂

      That’s ma boy!


    19. coldwarrior
      19 | July 17, 2017 4:44 pm

      eaglesoars wrote:

      Pennsylvania is about to become a very wealthy state. The snot-nose liberal we’re-running-out-of-other-people’s-money states that are close by are going to notice and get pissed. I mean NY, Vermont, Maine, Conn.
      I’m wondering if they’ll connect the dots and go from blue to red.

      yes, yes we are. VERY WEALTHY.

      ny and MD banned fracing, ok, more for us asswipes!


    20. coldwarrior
      20 | July 17, 2017 4:45 pm

      @ Aussie Infidel:

      😆

      i thought yinz would enjoy that


    21. eaglesoars
      21 | July 17, 2017 5:09 pm

      coldwarrior wrote:

      yes, yes we are. VERY WEALTHY.

      I should buy a little house in a little hamlet by the name of Hopwood before prices go up.

      Of course, I should probably check to see if anybody wants to frack/drill there first.


    22. coldwarrior
      22 | July 17, 2017 5:12 pm

      All you have to do is drive up and down the Ohio River valley right now; there are shovels in the ground from Pittsburgh to Wheeling,” Ford said. “Five years ago, we started seeing it in the form of temporary jobs, temporary construction jobs associated with pipeline, land surveyors, appraisers, deed researchers. We saw all those people moving in and out of our area from all over the country, but they were only here for three to nine months at a time.

      “Now, look at what’s happened over the past 24 months — we’re starting to see the temporary jobs tapering down and the permanent jobs growing just as rapidly as we saw construction jobs grow.”

      The
      Associated General Contractors
      organization reports the Weirton-Steubenville metropolitan statistic area ranked third in the nation in construction growth from November 2015 to November 2016: The national report said the area recorded a 16 percent increase in construction jobs — going from 1,900 to 2,200 construction jobs — over that period.

      “Compared to other regions of West Virginia, Eastern Ohio and Western Pennsylvania, we probably have the most rapid growth rate in our region, and also the highest increases in construction activity not just in the tri-state area, but throughout the country,” Ford said.

      The unemployment rate was at 5 percent in Brooke and Hancock counties in May, the lowest it’s been in nearly a decade, and less than half what it was (13 percent) when Shell announced it was considering building a cracker in 2010. Meanwhile, May unemployment was 3.9 percent in Ohio County; 4.7 in Marshall; 5.5 in Wetzel and 5.1 in Tyler. In nearby Monaca, unemployment was 5.8 percent. May unemployment was 5.7 percent in Belmont County, Ohio, where PTT Global’s proposed site is
      .

      the boom has started


    23. 23 | July 17, 2017 5:46 pm

      coldwarrior wrote:

      “All you have to do is drive up and down the Ohio River valley right now; there are shovels in the ground from Pittsburgh to Wheeling,” Ford said. “Five years ago, we started seeing it in the form of temporary jobs, temporary construction jobs associated with pipeline, land surveyors, appraisers, deed researchers. We saw all those people moving in and out of our area from all over the country, but they were only here for three to nine months at a time.

      “Now, look at what’s happened over the past 24 months — we’re starting to see the temporary jobs tapering down and the permanent jobs growing just as rapidly as we saw construction jobs grow.”

      The
      Associated General Contractors
      organization reports the Weirton-Steubenville metropolitan statistic area ranked third in the nation in construction growth from November 2015 to November 2016: The national report said the area recorded a 16 percent increase in construction jobs — going from 1,900 to 2,200 construction jobs — over that period.

      “Compared to other regions of West Virginia, Eastern Ohio and Western Pennsylvania, we probably have the most rapid growth rate in our region, and also the highest increases in construction activity not just in the tri-state area, but throughout the country,” Ford said.

      The unemployment rate was at 5 percent in Brooke and Hancock counties in May, the lowest it’s been in nearly a decade, and less than half what it was (13 percent) when Shell announced it was considering building a cracker in 2010. Meanwhile, May unemployment was 3.9 percent in Ohio County; 4.7 in Marshall; 5.5 in Wetzel and 5.1 in Tyler. In nearby Monaca, unemployment was 5.8 percent. May unemployment was 5.7 percent in Belmont County, Ohio, where PTT Global’s proposed site is
      .

      the boom has started

      Construction jobs suck as an model indicator of anything. If you want a significant indicator look at what those construction jobs are building. Housing and shopping malls means that the economy has already peaked and is about to recede. Manufacturing facilities and business means the economy is about to expand in direct proportion to the volume of construction.

      Construction itself is always a temporary industry. You build, you move on. Greedy ignorant politicians always get this wrong. Housing and shopping always comes after their is a need for workers. Government mindset idiots always think of housing in terms of tax revenue, so they always push housing construction never understanding that without a very strong manufacturing base building more houses is merely shifting population demographics around.

      You can build all the houses you can dream of, but if the population does not have employment sufficient to pay for said housing you just end up like China, with massive cities that are empty because there is no work, and without the work, nobody can afford to live in those cities.


    24. eaglesoars
      24 | July 17, 2017 6:12 pm

      doriangrey wrote:

      like China, with massive cities that are empty because there is no work, and without the work, nobody can afford to live in those cities.

      EXCEPT – Aussie told us this – those cities were never meant to be lived in. There is no water, elec, no infrastructure at all. They were built in order to give work to unemployed labor. Howzat for a jawdropper?


    25. coldwarrior
      25 | July 17, 2017 6:25 pm

      @ doriangrey:

      they are building pipelines, new roads, factories… this place is going nuts.


    26. eaglesoars
      26 | July 17, 2017 6:39 pm

      Trump Derangement Syndrome has released the pent-up anti-Americanism of the current Vatican courtiers. Bergoglio is Mephistopheles to Frank’s Faust and two of Bergoglio’s minions, Spadaro and Figueroa have vented the collective spleen in something called Civiltà Cattolica

      Our authors bolt out of the starting gate snorting suspicion of In God We Trust. The first sentence quivers with implication: “This phrase is printed on the banknotes of the United States of America.” (Hint: These notes are the very stuff of Bergoglio’s “economy that kills.”) The motto represents “a problematic fusion between religion and state, faith and politics, religious values and economy.”
      []
      The ugliest point in Spadaro & Co.’s lunatic Syllabus of American Errors is its contempt for “religious groups composed mainly of whites from the deep American South.”


    27. eaglesoars
      27 | July 17, 2017 6:46 pm

      omg this is hilarious

      Our D.C. office building got a security robot.

      It drowned itself.

      We were promised flying cars, instead we got suicidal robots.

      you have to check out the pic


    28. coldwarrior
      28 | July 17, 2017 7:08 pm

      eaglesoars wrote:

      The ugliest point in Spadaro & Co.’s lunatic Syllabus of American Errors is its contempt for “religious groups composed mainly of whites from the deep American South.”

      those same folk throw tons of vitriol at the pope and at rome. i’ve heard it first hand.

      goose and gander.


    29. coldwarrior
      29 | July 17, 2017 7:10 pm

      eaglesoars wrote:

      omg this is hilarious

      Our D.C. office building got a security robot.

      It drowned itself.

      We were promised flying cars, instead we got suicidal robots.

      you have to check out the pic

      😆

      perfect.


    30. eaglesoars
      30 | July 17, 2017 7:26 pm

      coldwarrior wrote:

      those same folk throw tons of vitriol at the pope and at rome. i

      that’s been true for centuries and not just in the South. Some of my Protestant Irish ancestors carried a deep distrust of the Catholic Church and my grandmother always called them ‘Papists’. My grandfather, her husband, belonged to the Klan. Nothing to do with blacks or Jews as there weren’t any – all anti-Catholic. And this was not the South, this was Pennsylvania


    31. eaglesoars
      31 | July 17, 2017 7:28 pm

      coldwarrior wrote:

      perfect.

      It had a name. Marvin. I’m still laughing. I was reading the thread. A reporter for AP has picked it up and posted a release form for the photog


    32. coldwarrior
      32 | July 17, 2017 7:31 pm

      eaglesoars wrote:

      Marvin

      no, it wasnt! no way! 😆

      marvin!


    33. lobo91
      33 | July 17, 2017 7:47 pm

      What did the robot know about Hillary?


    34. coldwarrior
      34 | July 17, 2017 7:47 pm

      lobo91 wrote:

      What did the robot know about Hillary?

      😆

      line of the week!


    35. lobo91
      35 | July 17, 2017 7:52 pm

      Marvin’s replacement:


    36. rain of lead
      36 | July 17, 2017 8:27 pm

      marvin was murdered
      he knew too much about skynet the clintons
      google


    37. eaglesoars
      37 | July 17, 2017 8:34 pm

      Earthquake Kamchatka 7.7

      Tsunami alert


    38. eaglesoars
      38 | July 17, 2017 8:36 pm

      eaglesoars wrote:

      Earthquake Kamchatka 7.7

      Tsunami alert

      Look at the map. Alaska doesn’t look too far away


    39. coldwarrior
      39 | July 17, 2017 8:45 pm

      eaglesoars wrote:

      Look at the map. Alaska doesn’t look too far away

      it isnt.

      they can see alaska from their front porches


    40. eaglesoars
      40 | July 17, 2017 8:50 pm

      @ coldwarrior:

      bastard. srsly, what kind of distance are we talking about. the map has no scale


    41. eaglesoars
      41 | July 17, 2017 9:16 pm

      eaglesoars wrote:

      @ coldwarrior:

      bastard. srsly, what kind of distance are we talking about. the map has no scale

      it looks like anywhere between 65 and 900 miles


    42. eaglesoars
    43. AZfederalist
      43 | July 17, 2017 9:38 pm

      eaglesoars wrote:

      you have to check out the pic

      Oh that’s awesome!


    44. eaglesoars
      44 | July 17, 2017 9:38 pm

      Three high-profile Democrats, including the Democratic Party’s two highest ranking officials, took part in a YouTube live stream on Tuesday in which they discussed hot-button issues, but the trio only drew 138 total viewers by the end of the event.

      Democratic National Committee chairman Tom Perez; Rep. Keith Ellison (D., Minn.), the DNC’s deputy chair; and Sen. Al Franken (D., Minn.) took part in the YouTube live stream.

      trouble in River City


    45. coldwarrior
      45 | July 17, 2017 9:40 pm

      eaglesoars wrote:

      @ coldwarrior:

      bastard. srsly, what kind of distance are we talking about. the map has no scale

      looks like about 5000miles to mainland alaska


    46. coldwarrior
      46 | July 17, 2017 9:41 pm

      coldwarrior wrote:

      eaglesoars wrote:

      @ coldwarrior:

      bastard. srsly, what kind of distance are we talking about. the map has no scale

      looks like about 5000miles to mainland alaska

      oh snap…i forgot about lambert connicle projection…

      gimme a minute


    47. eaglesoars
      47 | July 17, 2017 9:45 pm

      coldwarrior wrote:

      i forgot about lambert connicle projection…

      Well, I didn’t.

      Because I never knew what it is in the first place


    48. coldwarrior
      48 | July 17, 2017 9:46 pm

      coldwarrior wrote:

      oh snap…i forgot about lambert connicle projection…

      gimme a minute

      rough calc….3000miles to anchorage

      but i probably effed that up as i havent had to use that projection system since i painted my bar ceiling.

      (it’s the visible night sky)


    49. coldwarrior
      49 | July 17, 2017 9:49 pm

      eaglesoars wrote:

      coldwarrior wrote:

      i forgot about lambert connicle projection…

      Well, I didn’t.

      Because I never knew what it is in the first place

      😆

      how to draw a sphere onto a flat surface while maintaining scale and distance


    50. 50 | July 17, 2017 9:51 pm

      I saw a blurb that BS Bernie’s wife was claiming sexism in the investigation of her tenure as college president. Of course.


    51. coldwarrior
      51 | July 17, 2017 9:52 pm

      right_wing2 wrote:

      I saw a blurb that BS Bernie’s wife was claiming sexism in the investigation of her tenure as college president. Of course.

      BWAHAHAHAAAAA!!!

      that means she is caught dead to rights! some socialists huh! maybe they will take away one of their 3 houses.


    52. eaglesoars
      52 | July 17, 2017 9:55 pm

      eaglesoars wrote:

      coldwarrior wrote:

      i forgot about lambert connicle projection…

      Well, I didn’t.

      Because I never knew what it is in the first place

      Well, whaddya know.. I did actually I just never knew it had a name. I remember my dad explaining how he navigated when he was a pilot during the war. He was trying to help me solve a geometry problem, so I was in 9th grade.


    53. eaglesoars
      53 | July 17, 2017 10:07 pm

      ok, narrowest distance of Bering Strait is 55 miles.

      max east-west of Bering SEA is 1,490 miles – far south of Alaska


    54. coldwarrior
      54 | July 17, 2017 10:10 pm

      eaglesoars wrote:

      ok, narrowest distance of Bering Strait is 55 miles.

      max east-west of Bering SEA is 1,490 miles – far south of Alaska

      cool, i’m close, i calculated to anchorage.


    55. coldwarrior
      55 | July 17, 2017 10:12 pm

      …in the abundance of water the fool is thirsty…

      bob marley.

      yep.


    56. coldwarrior
      56 | July 17, 2017 10:14 pm

      eaglesoars wrote:

      Well, whaddya know.. I did actually I just never knew it had a name. I remember my dad explaining how he navigated when he was a pilot during the war. He was trying to help me solve a geometry problem, so I was in 9th grade.

      PERFECT!


    57. Deplorable Bumr50
      57 | July 17, 2017 10:28 pm

      eaglesoars wrote:

      My my my what a coinky-dink

      As Paperwork Goes Missing, Billions in Private Student Loan Debts May Be Wiped Away

      I’m not under the education bubble, but if I were I’d be worried.


    58. eaglesoars
      58 | July 17, 2017 10:41 pm

      @ Deplorable Bumr50:

      be worried anyway. who do you think is holding that debt?

      You & me babe.


    59. eaglesoars
      59 | July 17, 2017 10:51 pm

      eaglesoars wrote:

      who do you think is holding that debt?

      for the inevitable bailout, I should have said


    60. eaglesoars
      60 | July 17, 2017 10:57 pm

      The earth is a small thing

      6.4 off Peru


    61. eaglesoars
      61 | July 17, 2017 11:17 pm

      It is simply no longer possible to believe much of the clinical research that is published

      Editor in Chief, New England Medical Journal

      nite


    62. eaglesoars
      62 | July 17, 2017 11:22 pm

      oh, ffs. This is how the R’s fob off responsibility for everything. McConnell is going to have them pass the bill they gave Obama that he vetoed. They’re going to put THAT on Trump’s desk and let HIM eat it – he’s already told them to go find it and put it on his desk.


    63. coldwarrior
      63 | July 17, 2017 11:49 pm

      eaglesoars wrote:

      It is simply no longer possible to believe much of the clinical research that is published

      Editor in Chief, New England Medical Journal

      nite

      gospel, my friend.


    64. Deplorable Martian Overlord
      64 | July 18, 2017 12:19 am

      eaglesoars wrote:

      My my my what a coinky-dink

      As Paperwork Goes Missing, Billions in Private Student Loan Debts May Be Wiped Away

      Unfortunately this time there isn’t a coincidence. This is flat out incompetence by the servicing company. This is one of the things I feared when my state servicing company sold off my student loan debt to a company in Des Moines. They pass these damn things around some many times and the fail to keep proper records of everything so this was inevitable. The investment group behind this needs to sue the hell out of the servicing agency (one of their shareholders is, but the investment group itself needs to step up). This is going to be a disaster of a massive scale now that it’s out in the open. And the only ones who can be held accountable is the agency that failed to maintain the proper paperwork. I got “lucky” and my current servicing group seems to be pretty on the ball, even if I am upset I no longer have someone here in my state to help with any issues I have.


    65. Deplorable Martian Overlord
      65 | July 18, 2017 12:24 am

      @ Deplorable Martian Overlord:
      This also happens frequently with collection agencies. They buy up massive amounts of debt without any care as to the accuracy of the paperwork. I can’t tell you the number of people who get pursued and harassed by collection agencies over debts that are paid or are not even theirs.


    66. coldwarrior
      66 | July 18, 2017 12:45 am

      this


    67. coldwarrior
      67 | July 18, 2017 12:59 am

      😆

      this shit is hysterical!


    68. darkwords
      68 | July 18, 2017 1:21 am

      @ coldwarrior:
      All these denizens of the left who built their lives on a house of cards have gone insane. At best they are mis behaving children. Drive that stake home.


    69. coldwarrior
      69 | July 18, 2017 1:27 am

      eaglesoars wrote:

      oh, ffs. This is how the R’s fob off responsibility for everything. McConnell is going to have them pass the bill they gave Obama that he vetoed. They’re going to put THAT on Trump’s desk and let HIM eat it – he’s already told them to go find it and put it on his desk.

      i dont care anymore.

      obamacare headed for collapse and so is the GOPe.

      that said, the collapse might get hanged on the dems…but the gop is so full blown inbred retard that they will eff it up.


    70. coldwarrior
      70 | July 18, 2017 1:30 am

      darkwords wrote:

      @ coldwarrior:
      All these denizens of the left who built their lives on a house of cards have gone insane. At best they are mis behaving children. Drive that stake home.

      i have printed off two copies and have pasted the url to be applied as needed.

      oh…please bring the debate!

      (the printouts are for two idiots with degrees who i work with)


    71. coldwarrior
      71 | July 18, 2017 1:37 am

      Deplorable Martian Overlord wrote:

      This also happens frequently with collection agencies.

      i love that.

      one tried to get me for a parking ticket in an area of PGH where i had never been nor where i would ever go. it was a simple mixup, wrong tag. i told them do not pursue this further or it will cost you money.

      well. i have some fun friends, one who is a lawyer. he made them write me a check for his time disproving their case. see, it can be proven that my e350 benz was never there as the officer wrote for a black suburban.

      well, that and i had the parking stub for a hospital 110 miles north. ( i sent them the receipt proving it yet they continued)

      it cost them $90 or threat of court. they paid. we bought a case of beer and steaks and then sent them pics of it.

      i love bill collectors


    72. coldwarrior
      72 | July 18, 2017 2:16 am

      this


    73. coldwarrior
      73 | July 18, 2017 2:33 am

      i’ll leave the blog with a tune

      kid rock for senate

      he hangs out with this guy:

      yessir. ‘can survive. open in the morning


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