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Aug 23, 2019 00:41:14   #
Angmo (a regular here)
 
Evil leftie Dems turning on the steam.

Pure evil. Pure lies.

I’m certain only the weak minded will follow.

https://www.dailysignal.com/2019/08/22/the-new-york-times-is-trying-to-rewrite-history-to-fits-its-biases

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Aug 23, 2019 08:19:18   #
JohnFrim (a regular here)
 
"the-new-york-times-is-trying-to-rewrite-history-to-fits-its-biases"

Perhaps because the truth has been hidden for too long? Just like an orange, everything has two sides.

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Aug 23, 2019 08:25:25   #
Angmo (a regular here)
 
JohnFrim wrote:
"the-new-york-times-is-trying-to-rewrite-history-to-fits-its-biases"

Perhaps because the truth has been hidden for too long? Just like an orange, everything has two sides.


Lies don’t

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Aug 23, 2019 08:58:34   #
JohnFrim (a regular here)
 
Angmo wrote:
Lies don’t


Ah, but they do. They have their upside -- they perpetrate a falsehood in the hopes that the speaker can convince his audience that he is right; and they have their downside -- they eventually come to light as false and they bite the purveyor in the ass.

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Aug 23, 2019 09:16:33   #
BigBear (a regular here)
 
JohnFrim wrote:
Ah, but they do. They have their upside -- they perpetrate a falsehood in the hopes that the speaker can convince his audience that he is right; and they have their downside -- they eventually come to light as false and they bite the purveyor in the ass.


And the libs blame everyone but themselves for being bitten.

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Aug 23, 2019 09:22:37   #
Steven Seward
 
JohnFrim wrote:
"the-new-york-times-is-trying-to-rewrite-history-to-fits-its-biases"

Perhaps because the truth has been hidden for too long? Just like an orange, everything has two sides.

You mean like the hoax story about Russian Collusion which the New York Times pushed every day for two years that turned out not to be true? Or do you mean the dozens of plagiarized articles written by New York Times reporter Jayson Blair that the editors knew about but did not fire him for years? Or do you mean the dozens of stories written by New York Times reporter Walter Durante that knowingly and purposely covered-up the genocide being committed by Joseph Stalin? You just might be onto something here.

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Aug 23, 2019 09:26:24   #
BigBear (a regular here)
 
Steven Seward wrote:
You mean like the hoax story about Russian Collusion which the New York Times pushed every day for two years that turned out not to be true? Or do you mean the dozens of plagiarized articles written by New York Times reporter Jayson Blair that the editors knew about but did not fire him for years? Or do you mean the dozens of stories written by New York Times reporter Walter Durante that knowingly and purposely covered-up the genocide being committed by Joseph Stalin? You just might be onto something here.
You mean like the hoax story about Russian Collusi... (show quote)


They are always on something to be able to come up with those wild psychedelic stories 'eh.

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Aug 23, 2019 09:29:51   #
JohnFrim (a regular here)
 
BigBear wrote:
They are always on something to be able to come up with those wild psychedelic stories 'eh.


BigBear, you really should stop using " 'eh" lest you be thought of as Canadian; then you will be barred from commenting.

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Aug 23, 2019 09:33:20   #
BigBear (a regular here)
 
JohnFrim wrote:
BigBear, you really should stop using " 'eh" lest you be thought of as Canadian; then you will be barred from commenting.


Do you really think Canadians created the term ??

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Aug 23, 2019 09:35:00   #
JohnFrim (a regular here)
 
Absolutely!!! It is in our "dna." Y'see, we live in "C-eh-N-eh-D-eh."

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Aug 23, 2019 09:37:09   #
BigBear (a regular here)
 
JohnFrim wrote:
Absolutely!!! It is in our "dan." Y'see, we live in "C-eh-N-eh-D-eh."


That's Can-nah-DUH.

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Aug 23, 2019 09:42:05   #
JohnFrim (a regular here)
 
BigBear wrote:
That's Can-nah-DUH.


Yeah... and autocorrect changed my "dna" to "dan". Sorry, Blurry...

Ahh... still time to edit the post and correct the problem.

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Aug 23, 2019 09:47:24   #
BigBear (a regular here)
 
JohnFrim wrote:
Yeah... and autocorrect changed my "dna" to "dan". Sorry, Blurry...

Ahh... still time to edit the post and correct the problem.


I don't use the auto-corrupt function. Therefore, I have nothing to correct.

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Aug 23, 2019 10:07:26   #
Rose42 (a regular here)
 
JohnFrim wrote:
BigBear, you really should stop using " 'eh" lest you be thought of as Canadian; then you will be barred from commenting.


LOL. We usually say ‘huh’.

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Aug 23, 2019 10:09:49   #
JohnFrim (a regular here)
 
Rose42 wrote:
LOL. We usually say ‘huh’.


Yes, I am aware of that. When I moved to Tennessee the usual "thank-you" was a bland "uh-huh."

The other funny Americanism for me is "y'all" when you are referring to only one person. Do you know the correct versions for singular-possessive, plural, and plural-possessive?

Further, when I was on Travel Duty I was on "TD," but my American colleagues were on "TDY." I was told the "Y" is for "Y'all."

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