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Can we please just cancel the show? It's terrible.


If nothing else I think we can all agree on this.

Even this supposed interracial fetish writer dude stopped working on it after 24 episodes.
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runec. The expert at twisting stuff out of context. Snip a single sentence from the whole paragraph, ignore the web link showing the subject matter at hand, and then make a snippety comment to make it seem as if the individual runec was quoting was out of his/her mind for thinking otherwise.


How, precisely, did I take you out of context? And yes, you are out of your fucking mind if you think the show is a secret interracial sex plot forced upon children.


The "sex plot" is playing it up ridiculous, but once they start pointing out the similarities with the Nick show, it's like watching a Victor Salva movie: So what if he's a child offender, but....wow, what a lot of shots we get of teens with their shirts off.


vanguard1234523 wrote:And maybe we should stop talking about this nickelodeon show now? It's sort of offtopic and I can't believe we actually managed to get on this tangent.


Okay, so where were we?
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Looney sites...Shakespearean words....Deadly Oats going "He's not a meanie, he's not a meanie, and he's not a paranoid lunatic, he's a very smart and important person that the entire world and media conspiracy is against!"...

AH: I found it--Rubio dropping his campaign.

At this point, John Kasich taking his home state of Ohio now pretty much HAS Trump finally talking about brokered Republican conventions where no one has the required majority delegate vote, claiming it'll "cause riots" (oh, and we don't want riots in this campaign, do we, Don? ), and hoping for his, snicker, "support" among higher-up delegates is our last hope to watch come June and July.
And if it ain't brokered, we can't fix it.
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vanguard1234523 wrote:

Ugh can we please stop butchering the word cuckold?




*Looks at new, "improved" title.*


Guess you got your desire.
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2000 years from now, when aliens are combing through the ruins of our civilization; this will be the opening shot of the documentary they eventually create about us. -.-



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Prediction: Despite winning Ohio, Kasich will leave the race soon. I'd guess next Tuesday after the next round of primaries. With Rubio and Kasich gone, Cruz will gain momentum in the delegate count and close or even get ahead of Trump. California will be the race to watch. I wouldn't be surprised if the Republicans end up with a contested conference. I'd expect multiple rounds of voting.

It's pretty much going to be Hillary who'll be the nominee for the Democrats. Sanders will probably not go third party, and if he does, the Democrats will have a fractured vote, and will lose in the electoral college.
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Ah, poor Rubio's finally withdrawn the campaign. The chap's been seriously flailing about since his fuck up in the New Hampshire debate. There's some good postmortems on his campaign at Politico Magazine I think you guys should check out.

As for Bernie, yeah even my favorite pundits admit he lost today, though he's still outperforming earlier projections. The coming states until June will demographically favor him, so let's see if he can rack up the big wins going forward. Regardless of who wins the DNC nomination (even though I'd STRONGLY prefer Bernie), I'd support them any day over the GOP. They're an embarrassment compared to even their 2012 counterpart.
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Prediction: Despite winning Ohio, Kasich will leave the race soon. I'd guess next Tuesday after the next round of primaries. With Rubio and Kasich gone, Cruz will gain momentum in the delegate count and close or even get ahead of Trump. California will be the race to watch. I wouldn't be surprised if the Republicans end up with a contested conference. I'd expect multiple rounds of voting.


Thats the plan though. Stay in the race long enough to bleed delegates away from Trump. So they go into a brokered convention. The GOP's allocation rules are a total mess from state to state. Some delegates will be bound to a candidate even if they drop out and some delegates will become unbound and free to shift their vote. Both scenarios are a problem for Trump in trying to reach the goal line before the convention.

If it goes into a vote he's likely farked as the GOP leadership and establishment do *not* want him as the nominee and Trump himself has been burning bridges left and right with the GOP so its unlikely he could sway a majority of unbound delegates.

Of course, a brokered convention will make the Tea Party lot revolt as well. So no matter which way you slice it we're likely about to watch the GOP finish tearing itself apart at the hands of its own monstrous creation.



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