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Trump fails basic human history again

Krejlooc

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Oct 27, 2017
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#52
Maybe this is trump laying the foundation for a Wheel Force, kinda like the space force but for wheels.
 
Oct 25, 2017
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#53


Should build the wall out of discarded tires.
I think they tried that a few days ago

They formed a human chain to haul the discarded tires out of the muck and through the trees.

It took a cadre of volunteers, police cadets and furloughed federal workers two hours on Thursday to clear more than 1,000 tires from a muddy stream bed and steep embankment at Fort Dupont Park.

Police said the tires had been dumped in the 376-acre expanse in Southeast Washington by one man who authorities believe was paid by auto body shops to unload used tires
https://www.washingtonpost.com/loca...cfd62dbb0a8_story.html?utm_term=.e143560a668b
 

L Thammy

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Oct 25, 2017
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#54
What if instead of building a full wall, you built a partial wall that was on wheels so it could roll itself in front of illegal immigrants when they get too close to the border.
 
Oct 27, 2017
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#55
Remember that horrific decapitating wall from that Caligula movie with Malcolm McDowell? How much that would be? In current US AMERICAN dollars.

I mean, if you're going full evil at least do it right, orange fuckface.
 

marrec

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Oct 26, 2017
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#56
Gonna be honest though I think 99% of people on the street don't know this kind of stuff. Left/right/academic/working class.

It's funny he opened his mouth about it, though.
I mean, for the normal person, the wall and the wheel were both invented "a long ass time ago".
What if instead of building a full wall, you built a partial wall that was on wheels so it could roll itself in front of illegal immigrants when they get too close to the border.
Shit delete this before he gets any ideas
 
Aug 22, 2018
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#62
Can anyone translate what he's actually trying to say there?
I think a few people in this thread almost got it right, but what he was doing was trying to attack people who have been rightfully attacking the wall for being an antiquated method of dealing with issues like this. He's saying something like "People who think walls are outdated and useless are stupid. See? We still use wheels and they are old!"
 
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Nov 6, 2017
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#63

The world's oldest known wall is 11,500 years old

Archaeologists believe that wheels for transportation came into use about 5200 years ago.
That happened. Can you imagine the look on the Secret Service agent's face when Trump said "do they all have wheels? Oh I thought that was medieval?" What a fucking rambling moron.
 
Oct 26, 2017
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#65
I mean, for the normal person, the wall and the wheel were both invented "a long ass time ago".
Yup. I don't think most people even know the birth date of our most important invention: farming, the thing that actually birthed civilization (it was 12,500 years ago). It's fundamental to everything about our way of life now... but nobody knows that unless they studied anthropology or whatever.
 
Oct 25, 2017
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#67
This is the same idiot who said that because houses have walls, the country should have one.

It's like he's never heard of usage cases.

Fuck it he wouldn't know the term if someone even used Crayola drawings.
 

Krejlooc

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#68
I think a few people in this thread almost got it right, but what he was doing was trying to attack people who have been rightfully attacking the wall for being an antiquated method of dealing with issues like this. He's saying something like "People who think wall are outdated and useless are stupid. See? We still use wheels and they are old!"
keep in mind, though, that one of the right's favorite ways to attack net neutrality is to claim that it's based off of really old principles. And remember -- if something is old, it HAS to be bad.
 
Oct 25, 2017
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keep in mind, though, that one of the right's favorite ways to attack net neutrality is to claim that it's based off of really old principles. And remember -- if something is old, it HAS to be bad.
Old things are always bad, but also always good. Let's build the wall and be heroes.
 

Stinkles

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I’m going to imagine that Trump actually asked a Secret Service agent if their cars have wheels, and then laugh at the image of the agent’s face as he struggled to determine if Trump was serious.


I mean, that would involve him actually having done something he said he did.
 
Aug 22, 2018
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keep in mind, though, that one of the right's favorite ways to attack net neutrality is to claim that it's based off of really old principles. And remember -- if something is old, it HAS to be bad.
Conservatives saying that old things are bad seems pretty off to me! :D
 
Oct 27, 2017
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#75
I don't understand his analogy anyway. I seriously has no idea what he is trying to say in that tweet. Shouldn't he say that walls are older, that humans created the wall before the wheel and that's the reason why walls are so important?
 

Krejlooc

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I don't understand his analogy anyway. I seriously has no idea what he is trying to say in that tweet. Shouldn't he say that walls are older, that humans created the wall before the wheel and that's the reason why walls are so important?
I believe this is pretty much the best explanation of what he's trying to say
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I think a few people in this thread almost got it right, but what he was doing was trying to attack people who have been rightfully attacking the wall for being an antiquated method of dealing with issues like this. He's saying something like "People who think wall are outdated and useless are stupid. See? We still use wheels and they are old!"
 
Aug 22, 2018
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#82
https://americansforprosperity.org/sorry-mr-president-the-internet-isnt-a-19th-century-railroad/

It was literally their favorite go to line about net neutrality: "19th century! 1900's!!"

Of course, they'd make these claims, then defer to the "founding fathers" moments later on other issues, so they're consistently hypocrites at least.
Interesting! I think I had missed all of that at the time. And, yeah, that's definitely - if not hypocritical - an odd line of attack.
 

Krejlooc

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Interesting! I think I had missed all of that at the time. And, yeah, that's definitely - if not hypocritical - an odd line of attack.
the most absolutely insane thing of it all? Net Neutrality is based off of Right to Use policy... which was a republican invention. In fact, it's quintessentially republican. It was the compromise they formed to allow for natural monopolies. It's literally some of their most basic ideology in practice.

These policies were invented to counter the fear of nationalised telephone lines, nationalized railroads, etc.
 

Koo

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Who actually gives a shit? What is this supposed to prove? Is this supposed to make light bulbs go off and convince people on his wall? Who is he even talking to about this?
 
Aug 22, 2018
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the most absolutely insane thing of it all? Net Neutrality is based off of Right to Use policy... which was a republican invention. In fact, it's quintessentially republican. It was the compromise they formed to allow for natural monopolies. It's literally some of their most basic ideology in practice.

These policies were invented to counter the fear of nationalised telephone lines, nationalized railroads, etc.
Huh, I didn't know that either. Thanks for all the info today! It's been interesting.
 
Nov 9, 2017
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#94
My takeaway here is he's hit the point where the Secret Service are the only ones still willing to humor his horseshit in person.

Like he probably tried to harass some random-passerby about wheels and got told to eat a dick.
 

Hey

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#95
How is that basic human history ?? I wouldn't known that tbh ,but I also wouldn't talk out of my ass without knowing facts.
 
Oct 25, 2017
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Not worried about the effectiveness of a wall obviously. I wonder if this idiot asks why snowmobiles dont have wheels