Forum posts made by wellmademale

Topic Riots Breakout In Sweden After Trump Points Sweden Out
Posted 24 Feb 2017 17:12

Regardless, the fact is Sweden has a problem.

Sweden, to say the least, is very sick.

Topic RUMPLATIONS: Honky Tonk and Cyber Bar
Posted 24 Feb 2017 16:53

Friday Flashback, thirty plus years on the videobox:

Where do ya'll have the stripper pole hidden, in this joint?

Topic Mesmerizing GIFs
Posted 18 Feb 2017 13:03

Topic Loudmouthed Liberalism Is Losing
Posted 16 Feb 2017 11:26

Who needs liberalism to gnaw at & chew the ass of the sitting GOP in congress for the next four years, when we can stand back and watch the Tea Party members do it for us..?

Topic 50 Shades Darker trailer
Posted 16 Feb 2017 11:21

The Turkish Cat documentary KEDI blows Fifty Shades Darker out of the water at the box office in NYC.

Topic Trump's Affirmative Action Collaboration With Trudeau
Posted 15 Feb 2017 12:50

I'd wager that you admire Trump's style and strategy of handshaking though.

Has America ever had a bigger douchebag sitting in the Oval Office? This guy exemplifies the Peter Principle. He started at the top (by birthright) and has never been anything except his own self-appointed Boss of Everything in his universe. A leader in his own mind.

Topic The president and the law
Posted 09 Feb 2017 11:34

Maybe if Ivanka wasn't a shady thief...things would be different with the various retailers?

Topic Can Donald Trump Read?
Posted 08 Feb 2017 10:35

Trump's dialogue is very basic, exhibiting a very unimpressive vocabulary.

He's the king of repetitious hyperbole. I used to think that trying to decipher George W Bush was excruciating, but listening to Trump drone on and on, never saying anything of substance or failing to enunciate complete, coherent sentences - it's mind numbing.

I'd rather listen to Bill O'Really and I've long hoped to watch that guy croak on-air.

Trump doesn't want to read a daily morning security brief and he apparently doesn't bother to read the executive orders he flamboyantly scribbles upon, he's pretty much admitted that he gathers most of his information from what people tell him.

And money can buy degrees from any institution. Hell, Dan Quayle graduated from college too.

The pertinent question is, does Donald lounge around the White House, in the dark, in a bathrobe , obsessively watching Fox Noise at night?

Topic UC Berkeley Riots Are an Example of the Left's Flat Out Incivility
Posted 06 Feb 2017 11:56

Record crowds of Trumpets show up to support Trump's executive order in Portland, Maine over the weekend.

Topic Old game series that needs to be redone.
Posted 05 Feb 2017 06:08

Thanks to Trump, the world is finally ready for some updated misogynistic badassery

Topic IMMIGRATION .... the elephant in the room
Posted 04 Feb 2017 06:26

Don't really need to look any further for whom to blame for this most recent immigration snafu.

If he and his war profiteering buddies hadn't decided to unilaterally start open warfare in that region of the world, there wouldn't have been an influx of war-weary refugees seeking escape from their own homelands in the first place.

Think of all the ramifications which have sprung out of their hubris, since 2002.

Thanks for making the world safer, Shrub

Topic Your Oral Technique. To Men or Women
Posted 02 Feb 2017 15:01

Topic Bannon: Media should keep its mouth shut
Posted 02 Feb 2017 14:56

John Fugelsang@JohnFugelsang

Steve Bannon looks like a guy who stayed up watching porn until 6:45am and his alarm went off at 7.

Topic IMMIGRATION .... the elephant in the room
Posted 01 Feb 2017 06:22

Lucky you caught that mistake.
You know I caught 2 mistakes. Also had just one cup of coffee.

In the future, perhaps you can embolden or italicize your sarcasm, for the slower members of the audience.

Topic IMMIGRATION .... the elephant in the room
Posted 01 Feb 2017 05:58

Neither your hint of sarcasm nor your blatant sarcasm was decipherable to me, Trinket

Did you bother to read my subsequent post?

Topic President Trump's First Week
Posted 31 Jan 2017 16:10

I think Steve Bannon is the behind the scenes power player. His fingerprints are all over the travel ban and how it was rolled out without consultation with the departments which would have to administer it or the interim AG.

This whole travel ban fiasco has several key inside members of Trumps selected foreign policy team, very upset. Left in the dark about this new edict - Jim Mattis, Defense Sec, John Kelley - Director Homeland Security, Rex Tillerson, Secy of State.

Why even have those guys or those positions, if you're not going to consult with them before you roll out something as monumentally important as this?

This is more than simply a rookie mistake. This was deliberate and Bannon is the obvious catalyst.

The following video is lifted from MSNBC's Morning Joe where it's being discussed, and it starts at 8:09 mark. Incompetence vs ideology.

Full video below -

Trump uses the word betrayal and then pointedly calls out Yates for being a weak, gaping hole in US immigration policy, which he then further blames on Democrats with his phrasing. Dissent is now betrayal, in the Trump/Bannon mindset.

Topic IMMIGRATION .... the elephant in the room
Posted 31 Jan 2017 15:35

Yates was "acting Attorney General" until Senator Jeff Sessions can be sworn in. He dismissed Yates because she has "betrayed the Dept of Justice by refusing to enforce an order designed to protect the citizens of the United States".

The order was approved as to form and legality by the Dept of Justice Office of legal counsel.
Yates was an Obama administration appointee.

She disobeyed her boss.

And yet, the racist Senator Jeff Sessions was recorded grilling Sally Yates a few years ago, driving the point home - in fact, that she'd have to "Say No" to the President, if she thought that President (Obama in this case) was attempting to subvert the Constitution.

Don't believe me?

And this is the ass clown who is in line to become the next Attorney General of the USA.

Topic Catherine Tate with George Michael
Posted 30 Jan 2017 09:26

R.I.P. George Michael. You were one heck of an entertainer:

That, he most certainly was.

Topic i just had this thought about " The Wall"....
Posted 30 Jan 2017 05:29

The great irony...

Topic The Argument That Planned Parenthood is About Women's Health Care is a Joke
Posted 29 Jan 2017 10:59

especially when one Elizabeth Warren makes a speech claiming that the March... the movement ... is firmly united 100% behind the Democratic Party .
Not good politics I think. I feel cheated!

You should get out more. This is the wing of the Democratic Party Mrs Warren is referring to.

Not the entitled Hillary Clinton/Debbie Wasserman-Shultz election-rigging wing.

Topic IMMIGRATION .... the elephant in the room
Posted 29 Jan 2017 05:30

It is a subject shrouded in political correctness.

I saw a news broadcast that featured three girls, my age, at the protest around President Trump's visit to Philadelphia. They were protesting his stance on illegal immigration and were stating that America has been built on immigration.

humongous cost savings that could be reallocated to programmes of social importance.

In answer to point one above - bullshit. You're using a catch-all phrase which was invented by the conservatives who would rather return to the days before women and minorities had the right to vote or even be treated as equal humans. The fact that they had to protest and die in large numbers - to even 'earn it' is now recognized as criminal and beyond ridiculous.

What many conservatives complain about - and then tag with their invented Political Correctness, is what I and many others recognize as merely being civilized, humane and autonomous.

The all-mighty hero of the conservatives, His Majesty Ronald Reagan, helped to kick off this entire illegal immigration fiasco, clear the fuck back in 1986 when his signature decreed amnesty for an estimated 3 million such people who were supposedly already inside the United States.

I realize that probably happened before you were born, and you can't be bothered to actually read about anything that occurred that long ago. Every US President and 'elected' Congress since 1986 has simply kicked the can down the road about the immigration policy of the United States. Like they have done with many other issues, not actually helping to determine a working, fair and safe solution, but simply occupying their high-paying positions of influence and power, enjoying their own superb medical benefits as well as obtaining insider knowledge of various industries so they can all illegally manipulate their own investments on Wall Street.

That's what the offices of the President and Congress has evolved into over the last 60 years. Feather-bedding and profiteering for their own self-interests. Fuck the rest of us.

As for your last statement , the conservatives in Congress have NEVER once allocated any amount of money towards programs of social importance.

That is often the very first place they go to slash funding, while they are constantly attempting to cut further taxation of the wealthy or to restructure tax laws so that those earning under $250k a year shoulder the majority of the tax burdens of this land.

For instance, they've been seeking to privatize social security ever since I can remember, and I've got a long memory. And it's all couched as - "Who makes a better decision with their money, YOU or The Thieving Government (ironically, THEY are part of that thieving government)... YOU can better invest your own money in Wall Street, rather than let US steal your money and write yearly IOUs to the social security fund.

But that's just one example.

Let's give 3 to 4 billion a year to Israel, while we cut any funding internally for mental heath, Planned Parenthood, stem-cell research, and we'll privatize medicare/medicaid and social security - raising the age before Americans can retire and start collecting on their own SS.

Let's increase military spending to war profiteering corporations who make our weapons of warfare, while slashing solid financial assistance and benefits to the human veterans who actually enlist, have served or have suffered life altering injuries while fighting our wars of material conquest.

Haley - Trump isn't draining the fucking swamp, he's opened the floodgates and is rapidly discharging more rancid effluent and pollution into it.

Topic President Trump's First Week
Posted 29 Jan 2017 04:19

The good news is, Der F├╝hrer has been large and in charge for 9 days, counting today. So, only approximately another 1451 to go.

The bad news is, in the Spicer/Conway alternative reality, today is only Day Five.

Topic i just had this thought about " The Wall"....
Posted 27 Jan 2017 13:51

A wall is only as good as it's cement. We should double-down on the people who hire illegal immigrants.


There's a boatload of conservatives AND neo-liberal business owners in this country who have no qualms about hiring undocumented workers for 50-60% less cost (cash jobs) than a legitimate 'worker' would cost them.

A couple of friends/associates of mine regularly brag about this business practice of theirs. Don't have to pay taxes, don't have to pay benefits, no unemployment's a win/win for them. And there are THOUSANDS of Americans who do this regularly.

Then bitch about the illegals in this country. evil4

According to Donald though, that kind of thing is not criminal, that's smart!

Topic i just had this thought about " The Wall"....
Posted 27 Jan 2017 13:46

He's not my president but his actions will affect my country in many ways so I do have an interest in what he does.

Then I suggest you find this book somewhere, and read it. The fuckhead basically tells you that he's a con-artist, cheap-assed chiseler who was born with a silver spoon in his nose. aka - How to Get Over on People

Topic Help! Any Hard Drive Experts Around?
Posted 24 Jan 2017 21:30

Unless your router normally operates at temperatures over 140F (the max 'operating temp' for WD 3TB Green drives), I wouldn't worry about the drive...especially if you can hear it spinning up upon power on.

I'd be more concerned at this point about the docking station. It might still power up and provide power to the drive, but something's fried the signalling either in the docking station or the drive itself. Maybe your router is passively 'cooled' yet it operates at 170 degrees or some odd number.

Take both devices to a reputable computer repair shop and have them look at it (unless you have something on that drive you'd rather nobody else ever see). Get their trained estimate and make your decision.

And give that external drive some airflow in the future. Those external drives are notorious for getting much warmer than internally mounted drives, who knows...maybe it was operating at or near it's max temp rating for the last two years already.

Many internal drives have the benefit of some to a lot of airflow through a chassis to wash over them - providing some cooling. External drives simply sit in the ambient room temp and radiate their heat with no fans blowing even gently across them.

I've also watched dudes attempt to oven heat their drives occasionally (the concept is to slightly melt the solder on the circuit boards to repair a failed connection). I'd not try that nor the freezer technique either.

Topic Mesmerizing GIFs
Posted 23 Jan 2017 03:55

Topic WINNER! Recommend a story, maybe win a Gold Membership
Posted 22 Jan 2017 22:10

3. GAMBLE - LadyX

( I think it's Milik's 2nd favorite story on the site ) evil4


Topic politics
Posted 22 Jan 2017 02:12

You're arguing with a 23 year old lesbian conservative die-hard trump supporter who resides in NYC who seems to spend most of their time on a sex site. <-- what part of that makes sense? Seriously. You're supposed to get wise with age.

Comprehension has never been your strong suite. She's already admitted that she isn't aware of much of what's occurred beyond 10-15 years ago. I'm merely pointing things out for her.

I see a discussion you see argumentation. Maybe you're just a shit stirrer?

Any kernel of truth in my recent observation of you?

Topic politics
Posted 21 Jan 2017 21:44

For President Trump the party is over today... in eight minutes time to be exact. He has already started work Read it . He will fight the "reality" of Washington as much as he is able. Some huge changes are long overdue. Whether he will be able to implement all those he desires I don't know. But The Capitol will never be the same again I think!.


Lemme know when 11.5 million more people are working good paying, 40 hour a week - jobs (not 'customer service' 28 hour a week, entry level) after his four year term sputters to a close. Or before he pulls a Sarah Palin and resigns halfway through his obligation. If so, he can rank with Clinton/Reagan for Making America Work Again.

He might even be worthy of a 2nd term at that point.

Topic Why I voted for Donald Trump
Posted 21 Jan 2017 17:06

(teaser .jpg) The Donald showing us what he's about to do to America