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That would be funny.

Almost as funny as the rsp777 dummy thread.

Consider this:

IT has 98 posts prior to this.
IT has 1,676 views.

That's about 17 views per post. FAKE.

Sorry children. It just doesn't happen. There aren't 17 people total that even populate this thread let alone 17 checking in on this losers mental condition.

STALKER ALERT! This guy likes to look at himself. And I'm no dummy.

12/17/2018 4:58 PM
12/17/2018 6:22 PM
Posted by rsp777 on 12/17/2018 5:09:00 PM (view original):
And the puppet dances...

dummy.
Jagazz...
12/17/2018 9:48 PM
Posted by DougOut on 12/9/2018 2:21:00 PM (view original):
The left's contusion
on the thing named collusion
came from the fusion
of the fake news delusion
most call it prolusion
end game detrusion
a suffusion impulsion perfusion
to make an excussion
to cover their intrusion
because their lies are an illusion
ok that thing needs editing

but i like yer style
12/18/2018 6:41 AM

12/18/2018 6:43 AM
also the sweet quim of the storm

you two should get together and write a song
12/18/2018 6:48 AM
Posted by bagchucker on 12/18/2018 6:48:00 AM (view original):
also the sweet quim of the storm

you two should get together and write a song
I'd far much rather see him slide under a gas truck and taste his own blood...

I love that Stormy just sits there in his PRECIOUS thread in all her wonderfully exposed goodness...

his obsession with limpbawl and the presidouche mirrors the 30% of unwavering dickbags in this country...

his blind loyalty, conspiracy theories and cries about Hillary and fake news have made him the laughingstock of these forums...

even the commie and allmouth haven't hit the orange ballsack THAT hard...

sad...

LOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOL!!!!!!!
12/19/2018 1:37 AM
For my buddies commie and dummy...

12/20/2018 3:56 PM


$4,000.oo shoes but we can't build a wall.
12/21/2018 8:00 PM
12/21/2018 8:03 PM
25 ADVERTISERS DROP Fox News TUCKER CARLSON over immigration remarks:

Carlson's comments on mass immigration:

"As an economic matter, this is insane. It's indefensible so nobody even tries to defend it. Instead, our leaders demand that we shut up and accept this. 'We have a moral obligation to admit the world's poor,' they tell us, even if it makes our own country poorer and dirtier and more divided. 'Immigration is a form of atonement; previous leaders of our country committed sins, we must pay for those sins by welcoming an endless chain of migrant caravans.' That's the argument they make."

Advertisers pulling out:

  • Indeed: "Indeed is not currently advertising on Tucker Carlson Tonight and has no plans to advertise on this program in the future."
  • Leesa: “We do not currently have any media buys planned with Tucker Carlson Tonight."
  • TD Ameritrade: "Our intent is to remain politically neutral ... Once news broke about this issue, we instructed our media buying team to avoid the show in the future,”
  • Sandisk: "We embrace diversity and inclusion, and work with advertising partners who share our core values.”
  • Graze: "We've asked our advertising partner to avoid this show in future as it goes against our brand values."
  • Lexus: “Our regional advertising groups have decided to suspend all advertising on this particular program until further notice."
  • Harris Teeter: "Harris Teeter doesn’t purchase advertising during this show, sometimes cable companies place ads to fill time. We were unaware and have reached out and asked that Harris Teeter ads not be ran during this time in the future!"
  • IHOP: "[W]e stand for welcoming folks from all backgrounds and beliefs into our restaurants and continually evaluate ad placements to ensure they align with our values. In this case, we will no longer be advertising on this show."
  • Voya Financial: "We have no scheduled spots on Tucker Carlson. We're committed to diversity, inclusion and equality — and respect for all individuals."
  • Just for Men: "Just for Men has no further plans to advertise on Tucker Carlson's show. The brand is always considering ways to remain responsible, and this includes aligning with partners who share our brand value."
  • Pacific Life: "As a company, we strongly disagree with Mr. Carlson's statements. ... We will not be advertising on Mr. Carlson's show in the coming weeks as we reevaluate our relationship with his program."
  • Zenni Optical told the Hollywood Reporter on Monday that it had pulled its advertisements "effective yesterday."
  • NerdWallet also told the Hollywood Reporter it was pulling advertising and will "be reevaluating any ongoing advertising with this program."
  • Bowflex parent company Nautilus: "We can confirm that Nautilus, Inc. parent company for Bowflex, has pulled its ads from the Tucker Carlson Tonight show. ... Aside from our decision to remove our ads from his show, we have no other association or affiliation with Mr. Carlson."
  • Minted: "We do not agree with Mr. Carlson's comments and his opinions are not consistent with the values we hold...That being said, we are permanently discontinuing advertising on this particular program."
  • SmileDirectClub said they're "actively working with our media buyers to confirm that SmileDirectClub is no longer running our ads around any political opinion shows."
  • United Explorer credit card: "We have stopped advertising on the Tucker Carlson Tonight show."
  • Jaguar Land Rover: "Jaguar Land Rover has rarely advertised on the show and does not have any plans for it going forward."
  • Ancestry.com: "We are not advertising at this time."
  • SCOTTeVEST: "We have instructed our media buyers to pull any future ads from that program."
  • SodaStream: "SodaStream has asked Fox to remove us from this time slot."
  • CareerBuilder: "Our purpose at CareerBuilder is to help people build a life that works. Not some people. All people. ... Which is why, last Friday, we permanently suspended advertising on some Fox programming, including Tucker Carlson Tonight."
  • United Explorer: "We have stopped advertising on the Tucker Carlson Tonight show."
  • Takeda: "We have pulled our advertising off of Tucker's show."
  • Robitussin, per Pfizer spokesperson to THR's Jeremy Barr: "We are no longer advertising on the program."
  • Samsung: "We do not have any advertising planned at this time, for this program."



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