Or maybe he'd just drop a big letter on 'em. Poor Donald Trump just never gets the chance to beat up on people like he really wishes, but boy, oh boy, would he ever love the chance to really work them over. Metaphorically, at least, although with Trump, it's always a little unclear where the combative fantasies leave off and the
He's noticeably absent from all of the high society "page six" parties in NYC. I think he got into the Met fashion shindig once - and probably as Melania's guest.
By at least an order of magnitude. Bloomie can buy and sell the buildings that Trump can only get his name stuck onto.
I thought there were too few flags at the DNC. Maybe that was earlier in the week? It's hard to keep up with Drumpf's grievance list - those hourly updates are kind of a pain.
No wonder they sold about 7 cases, worldwide.Who the fuck is that supposed to appeal to?
I wonder if they consigned the unsold stuff to Costco, or just poured it all down the drain.
My fondest hope is that the MSM story pivots from the "Race" to the "Clusterfuck of Historic Proportions." (Maybe not quite in those words.) Voters might want to participate in making it especially yooge.
I've already seen the bumper sticker reading "Trump the Bitch."
What's the matter, Carrot Cosby, you can dish it out but you can't take it?
Hanging concrete and pouring drywall! It suggests a whole new PBS franchise: This Old Louse.
Fire Marshals! Ahem. Coconut Grove. The Station. Too many people in an enclosed space. Ring any bells there, Donald?
Moar flags makes the GOTP moar patriotic and moar appealing to the lowest common denominator.
Speaking of which
I worked with a guy who was studying to be a Physician's Assistant. I now do brain surgery on the side.
Geez, Dok, way to paint nerds with a broad brush. I only have TWO Funko figurines. Buster Bluth and Deadpool Unmasked (bobblehead). I expect a formal apology!
Trump, the greatest fart on earth will need a strait jacket after the first debate, when Hillary destroy his wrinkled goldbricking ass
Trump doesn't seem to realize how much people value their credibility, even someone as rich and powerful (and arrogant) as Michael Bloomberg. For his part, Trump has come this far without it. In a way, anyone who values their reputation as a responsible citizen has an obligation to denounce Trump, because he has been so irresponsible in his demagogy. Republican leaders struggle mightily with this, denouncing Trump with one breath and endorsing him with the next.
So, we're supposed to be frightened at the thought of being beaten by those tiny, tiny hands.