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10 minutes ago, TUF said:

Just need to keep your head buried for another 8 months mate. You've almost made it. 

I've seen him embarrass that exact clown multiple times. No need to watch her ask an irrelevant question and get creampied for the fifteenth time. Starts to get monotonous. Like you, for instance.

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1 minute ago, cashfl0w said:

I've seen him embarrass that exact clown multiple times. No need to watch her ask an irrelevant question and get creampied for the fifteenth time. Starts to get monotonous. Like you, for instance.

Complains about monotony.... spams copy pasted TDS! Don Lemon! posts 25/8. Whatever the case, I just hope he's in his safe space after that "threatening" encounter. 

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46 minutes ago, cashfl0w said:

Didn't watch, but from the thumbnail, he's made that fat doofus look like a fool multiple times. She almost never asks a question pertinent to the press conference. Cringe @ anybody employing her OR listening to her. Oof...

He's actually fairly nice to her when she ask decent questions. Unfortunately 4-5 of her questions are race baiting nonsense and or gotcha type questions at which point he berates & mocks her. I don't even think she necessarily wants to ask half those kinda questions but when you work for any of these news agencies you do what the boss tells you which is stir $hit & be negative as much as possible hoping for a reaction. 

Sometimes i wish he wouldn't take the bait but other times i'm glad he stand up to them and calls them on it. 

 

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1 hour ago, StompGrind said:

He's actually fairly nice to her when she ask decent questions. Unfortunately 4-5 of her questions are race baiting nonsense and or gotcha type questions at which point he berates & mocks her. I don't even think she necessarily wants to ask half those kinda questions but when you work for any of these news agencies you do what the boss tells you which is stir $hit & be negative as much as possible hoping for a reaction. 

Sometimes i wish he wouldn't take the bait but other times i'm glad he stand up to them and calls them on it. 

 

Nope. That's the genius of the modern day mind control. You don't hire people you need to direct. Those people tend to have moments of clarity, where you might catch them off guard, and they might break from the pack and spew some real **** chit. The move is to hire people that you've thoroughly screened, and are absolutely certain what will come out of their mouth at any given moment of the day. There's 340 million Americans, you can find a few to stay on topic and not need direction. 

I firmly believe that Cheeto Puff headed broad writes every one of her own questions. Same with April Ryan, Jim Acosta, etc. That's why they're employed in Atlanta.

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1 hour ago, StompGrind said:

He's actually fairly nice to her when she ask decent questions. Unfortunately 4-5 of her questions are race baiting nonsense and or gotcha type questions at which point he berates & mocks her. I don't even think she necessarily wants to ask half those kinda questions but when you work for any of these news agencies you do what the boss tells you which is stir $hit & be negative as much as possible hoping for a reaction. 

Sometimes i wish he wouldn't take the bait but other times i'm glad he stand up to them and calls them on it. 

 

How many years at Trump University do you have to enroll in to come to an educated conclusion like this ^ What kind of Instagram filter does Fox News have to put on their coverage to make Trump look like the victim in this exchange. This isn't a pep rally. He should let Hannity host these if he wants softballs. The only thing he got right was calling his own quotes fake news cause he is.  

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CNN political panels touting latest poll that have Biden beating Trump by 9pts and one segment later,

..... talking about replacing Biden w/ Cuomo  ?

 

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5 minutes ago, Bezerker101 said:

CNN political panels touting latest poll that have Biden beating Trump by 9pts and one segment later,

..... talking about replacing Biden w/ Cuomo  ?

 

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My favorite poll is the one that triggered Trump so bad that he took credit for Cuomo's surging numbers.

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10 hours ago, Bezerker101 said:

 

TDS is much less curable than Corona .... or cancer for that matter  ?️

 

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Help might be on it's way, lol

The following video is from that young Left-Leaning psychologist who has been catching hell after publishing her own realization of, and overcoming her own self-labeled "TDS" mental state.

She is talking about Cognitive Distortions. Cognitive Distortions are when we don’t see things the way they really are.

Citing a publication you can reference from the video, she list the symptoms of Cognitive Distortions, then applies them to the idea of self-recognition of "TDS":

1. Emotional Reasoning: Letting your feelings guide your interpretation of reality. “I really don’t like Trump, therefore I don’t like anything he does.”

2. Catastrophizing: Focusing on the worst possible outcome and seeing it as the most likely outcome. “If Trump does it, then it will be a disaster.”

3. Over generalising: Perceiving a global pattern of negatives on the basis of a single incident. “Even if Trump does something right, he did this very bad thing in the past so it doesn’t matter.”

4. Dichotomous Thinking (black-and-white, all-or-nothing): Viewing events or people in all-or-nothing terms. “Trump’s actions were all a complete waste of time.”

5. Mind Reading: Assuming that you know what people think without having sufficient evidence of their thoughts. “Trump is racist!”

6. Labelling: Assigning global negative traits to yourself or others. Ex. “Trump is a rotten person.”

7. Negative Filtering: You focus almost exclusively on the negatives and seldom notice the positives. “Look at all the people who don’t like Trump.”

8. Discounting Positives: Claiming that the positive things you or others do are trivial, so that you can maintain a negative judgement. “Trump’s successes were so easy any rube could have done it, so it doesn’t matter.”

9. Blaming: Focusing on the other person as the source of your negative feelings; you refuse to take responsibility for changing yourself. “Trump is to blame for the way I feel now,” or “Trump has caused all my problems.”

As she points out, I do not offer this to change minds about Trump. The hope is some might gain self-awareness of how some of the above characteristics are being displayed; then how one might use this self-awareness to moderate reactions and responses in Forum debates.
 

Lmao......

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16 minutes ago, TwennyFo said:

Help might be on it's way, lol

The following video is from that young Left-Leaning psychologist who has been catching hell after publishing her own realization of, and overcoming her own self-labeled "TDS" mental state.

She is talking about Cognitive Distortions. Cognitive Distortions are when we don’t see things the way they really are.

Citing a publication you can reference from the video, she list the symptoms of Cognitive Distortions, then applies them to the idea of self-recognition of "TDS":

1. Emotional Reasoning: Letting your feelings guide your interpretation of reality. “I really don’t like Trump, therefore I don’t like anything he does.”

2. Catastrophizing: Focusing on the worst possible outcome and seeing it as the most likely outcome. “If Trump does it, then it will be a disaster.”

3. Over generalising: Perceiving a global pattern of negatives on the basis of a single incident. “Even if Trump does something right, he did this very bad thing in the past so it doesn’t matter.”

4. Dichotomous Thinking (black-and-white, all-or-nothing): Viewing events or people in all-or-nothing terms. “Trump’s actions were all a complete waste of time.”

5. Mind Reading: Assuming that you know what people think without having sufficient evidence of their thoughts. “Trump is racist!”

6. Labelling: Assigning global negative traits to yourself or others. Ex. “Trump is a rotten person.”

7. Negative Filtering: You focus almost exclusively on the negatives and seldom notice the positives. “Look at all the people who don’t like Trump.”

8. Discounting Positives: Claiming that the positive things you or others do are trivial, so that you can maintain a negative judgement. “Trump’s successes were so easy any rube could have done it, so it doesn’t matter.”

9. Blaming: Focusing on the other person as the source of your negative feelings; you refuse to take responsibility for changing yourself. “Trump is to blame for the way I feel now,” or “Trump has caused all my problems.”

As she points out, I do not offer this to change minds about Trump. The hope is some might gain self-awareness of how some of the above characteristics are being displayed; then how one might use this self-awareness to moderate reactions and responses in Forum debates.
 

Lmao......

 

Everyone needs to read this^ ... spot on m8  ?-

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4 minutes ago, Bezerker101 said:

 

Everyone needs to read this^ ... spot on m8  ?-

It's uncanny in it's accuracy Zerk, lmao.....

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Trump had the My Pillow guy speak at the daily Coronavirus briefing, bragging about God putting Trump in office. Im sorry that alone proves Trump is a complete idiot.

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25 minutes ago, TwennyFo said:

It's uncanny in it's accuracy Zerk, lmao.....

 

Exactly what I was thinking  ? In the real world before the Corona chit, I didn't know and never met a TDS victim, ... I have relatives

living in CA.& NY and they've never shown signs of TDS .

The only few I'm aware of are here lol - ? (other than the tv) .... 99% of TDS have Socialist values > coincidence ?

 

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I love how if you are critical of dear leader its Trump Derangement syndrome. But the same people labeling others with that title still can get over the black guy who left office 3 years ago, the hag who never won the presidency, her husband who has been out of office for 19 years.

 

That's not Derangement,  but being critical of the current moron in charge is.

 

Makes sense......

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Cuomo's ill-preparedness and wasteful spending of 10 billion taxpayer dollars coming to light on CNN . (that's about shutting down the Cuomo vs Biden talk)-  ?

 

 

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Joy Reid and Rachel Maddow spewing that Trump will use Corid-19 to thin the American population and become a monarch .

 

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35 minutes ago, MoZZez said:

I love how if you are critical of dear leader its Trump Derangement syndrome. But the same people labeling others with that title still can get over the black guy who left office 3 years ago, the hag who never won the presidency, her husband who has been out of office for 19 years.

 

9. Blaming: Focusing on the other person as the source of your negative feelings; 

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3 hours ago, TwennyFo said:

Help might be on it's way, lol

The following video is from that young Left-Leaning psychologist who has been catching hell after publishing her own realization of, and overcoming her own self-labeled "TDS" mental state.

She is talking about Cognitive Distortions. Cognitive Distortions are when we don’t see things the way they really are.

Citing a publication you can reference from the video, she list the symptoms of Cognitive Distortions, then applies them to the idea of self-recognition of "TDS":

1. Emotional Reasoning: Letting your feelings guide your interpretation of reality. “I really don’t like Trump, therefore I don’t like anything he does.”

2. Catastrophizing: Focusing on the worst possible outcome and seeing it as the most likely outcome. “If Trump does it, then it will be a disaster.”

3. Over generalising: Perceiving a global pattern of negatives on the basis of a single incident. “Even if Trump does something right, he did this very bad thing in the past so it doesn’t matter.”

4. Dichotomous Thinking (black-and-white, all-or-nothing): Viewing events or people in all-or-nothing terms. “Trump’s actions were all a complete waste of time.”

5. Mind Reading: Assuming that you know what people think without having sufficient evidence of their thoughts. “Trump is racist!”

6. Labelling: Assigning global negative traits to yourself or others. Ex. “Trump is a rotten person.”

7. Negative Filtering: You focus almost exclusively on the negatives and seldom notice the positives. “Look at all the people who don’t like Trump.”

8. Discounting Positives: Claiming that the positive things you or others do are trivial, so that you can maintain a negative judgement. “Trump’s successes were so easy any rube could have done it, so it doesn’t matter.”

9. Blaming: Focusing on the other person as the source of your negative feelings; you refuse to take responsibility for changing yourself. “Trump is to blame for the way I feel now,” or “Trump has caused all my problems.”

As she points out, I do not offer this to change minds about Trump. The hope is some might gain self-awareness of how some of the above characteristics are being displayed; then how one might use this self-awareness to moderate reactions and responses in Forum debates.
 

Lmao......

A lot of those fit into Borderline personality disorder which is probably the main one hardcore TDS'ers show signs of. Also all the people that think they can't learn anything from stuff like that are probably high in their narcissism trait lol. 

BTW if you're interested in Psychology this woman is brilliant. 

 

 

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10 hours ago, cashfl0w said:

Nope. That's the genius of the modern day mind control. You don't hire people you need to direct. Those people tend to have moments of clarity, where you might catch them off guard, and they might break from the pack and spew some real **** chit. The move is to hire people that you've thoroughly screened, and are absolutely certain what will come out of their mouth at any given moment of the day. There's 340 million Americans, you can find a few to stay on topic and not need direction. 

I firmly believe that Cheeto Puff headed broad writes every one of her own questions. Same with April Ryan, Jim Acosta, etc. That's why they're employed in Atlanta.

Veritas i think did an expose on how those news rooms work. The producers on down from the executives are pushing for dirt constantly on a level that's even worse than some of the activist journalist have in mind. I've heard a lot of them have taken notice and want to leave but the pay is decent, they want the career & they fear reprisals so some of them feel trapped. 

You're 100% right about them hiring people that are leftists activist. I was probably just trying to be nice and give her the benefit of the doubt. 

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Sanders reassures B-bros he's not dropping out--

 

 

..... and this Cuomo chit is nonsense, nobody is going to vote for lying Italian Governor from New York City,

 Biden or Sanders would thoroughly trounce him at the convention-

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A lot of this back and forth about the media to me highlights the flaw you have in the political system that the "opposition" party doesn't get a chance to hold the president to account.  Consequently the media takes that role, instead of reporting what is happening.

In the UK they have a weekly time in parliament where the opposition gets to ask the Prime Minister a number of questions.  It can be on any topic, but is usually used to hold them to account on the key topics.  It's also used to actually show support where things should go across party lines.  Of course it's far from perfect, but it seems a much better system of accountability than letting the media do it.

You also occasionally get some comedy gold....

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9 minutes ago, Bubba_Sparks said:

A lot of this back and forth about the media to me highlights the flaw you have in the political system that the "opposition" party doesn't get a chance to hold the president to account.  Consequently the media takes that role, instead of reporting what is happening.

In the UK they have a weekly time in parliament where the opposition gets to ask the Prime Minister a number of questions.  It can be on any topic, but is usually used to hold them to account on the key topics.  It's also used to actually show support where things should go across party lines.  Of course it's far from perfect, but it seems a much better system of accountability than letting the media do it.

You also occasionally get some comedy gold....

Lol mate question time is better than all of those 'comedy roast' TV shows. It's absolutely hilarious. 

I actually think the theatrics and general nonsense of it all would be greatly enjoyed by our American counterparts. 

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33 minutes ago, NoCakeForYaya said:

Lol mate question time is better than all of those 'comedy roast' TV shows. It's absolutely hilarious. 

I actually think the theatrics and general nonsense of it all would be greatly enjoyed by our American counterparts. 

Absolutely. Regardless of your view on his politics, Cameron delivered some classics in his time.  I loved how he went after Ed Balls all the time.

 

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2 hours ago, Bubba_Sparks said:

Absolutely. Regardless of your view on his politics, Cameron delivered some classics in his time.  I loved how he went after Ed Balls all the time.

 

Yeah the guy's a nob who ****ed a dead pig but he sure is witty. 

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11 hours ago, TwennyFo said:

Help might be on it's way, lol

The following video is from that young Left-Leaning psychologist who has been catching hell after publishing her own realization of, and overcoming her own self-labeled "TDS" mental state.

She is talking about Cognitive Distortions. Cognitive Distortions are when we don’t see things the way they really are.

Citing a publication you can reference from the video, she list the symptoms of Cognitive Distortions, then applies them to the idea of self-recognition of "TDS":

1. Emotional Reasoning: Letting your feelings guide your interpretation of reality. “I really don’t like Trump, therefore I don’t like anything he does.”

2. Catastrophizing: Focusing on the worst possible outcome and seeing it as the most likely outcome. “If Trump does it, then it will be a disaster.”

3. Over generalising: Perceiving a global pattern of negatives on the basis of a single incident. “Even if Trump does something right, he did this very bad thing in the past so it doesn’t matter.”

4. Dichotomous Thinking (black-and-white, all-or-nothing): Viewing events or people in all-or-nothing terms. “Trump’s actions were all a complete waste of time.”

5. Mind Reading: Assuming that you know what people think without having sufficient evidence of their thoughts. “Trump is racist!”

6. Labelling: Assigning global negative traits to yourself or others. Ex. “Trump is a rotten person.”

7. Negative Filtering: You focus almost exclusively on the negatives and seldom notice the positives. “Look at all the people who don’t like Trump.”

8. Discounting Positives: Claiming that the positive things you or others do are trivial, so that you can maintain a negative judgement. “Trump’s successes were so easy any rube could have done it, so it doesn’t matter.”

9. Blaming: Focusing on the other person as the source of your negative feelings; you refuse to take responsibility for changing yourself. “Trump is to blame for the way I feel now,” or “Trump has caused all my problems.”

As she points out, I do not offer this to change minds about Trump. The hope is some might gain self-awareness of how some of the above characteristics are being displayed; then how one might use this self-awareness to moderate reactions and responses in Forum debates.
 

Lmao......

The irony

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Trump's geography has been on point the last few weeks. 

Congratulating the state of Kansas when the Kansas City Chiefs of Missouri won the Super Bowl. 

Being shocked when somebody told him how many countries there actually were in the world this week. 

and this banger vvv when he tried to flex on the media and was only off my 28 million. 

 

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He should put out some misinformation of about continents. It would be like hitting for a cycle in baseball if he was wrong on a city, state, country, and continent level.

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the trumpster is an expert when it comes to geography and medical science.    he's pretty much an expert in every field actually.

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2 hours ago, SVTContour98 said:

you thought it was to save jobs?

 

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It did.

All the government aides and people who are moving the trillions around.

The ones who people though would get it, well, they are not friends of the politicians.

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people are not realizing the effect, .. congregating after the corona crisis will not be popular at all,

.... lol at people thinking there will be a return to normal in the near future  👀-

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49 minutes ago, Bezerker101 said:

people are not realizing the effect, .. congregating after the corona crisis will not be popular at all,

.... lol at people thinking there will be a return to normal in the near future  👀-

Considering the high probability of it slamming the US again in the Fall(Autumn), this chiit won't be over for a long while.

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2 minutes ago, Bwana said:

Considering the high probability of it slamming the US again in the Fall(Autumn), this chiit won't be over for a long while.

 

Food > would the avg. person want other people handling their food (be it fast food or restaurants)  .. or would they prefer

to just take the risk factor out of play ?

 

Backyard vegetable gardens, a cow grazing on the front lawn, and a few chickens running through the house

should become the norm-

 

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