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Post Reply Many Hollywood actors seems to be against Trump. Afraid to lose their jobs maybe?
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If you can't distinguish between a rich actor/singer's background in economics and a rich business man's background in economics I can't help you. My comment had nothing to do with Trump and I prefer (like a lot of users who see you post, I suspect) to just laugh about your need to push biased and half thought political opinions rather than get involved in the obnoxious game of wall ball a "debate" with you is. In other words, don't quote me to say stupid stuff.


You made an unprovoked partisan comment in a political thread and interjected Hillary into it. You don't get to whine when I turn that around on you. Let alone dribble something about me being the biased and half thought out one here when all I did was apply the standard you just established to the other side.

If what's good for the goose is not good for the gander, than perhaps the gander shouldn't bring it up in the first place.



Again, your comprehension is pretty poor but you are consistent. OP asked why we think celebrities interject themselves into political discussion. I made a relevant evidence based comment about how sometimes they are paid to pander and often do it because that is the nature of their industry, I did this using the most relevant and confirmed political candidate on the subject. I then essentially said, put that aside because taking political opinion from celebrities is stupid in the first place. It wasn't a partisan comment and it wasn't "unprovoked" (seriously, you have to be a nut job to think my comment is some sort of personal attack). I didn't whine and I didn't establish any standard. My comment was relevant to the original post, yours was an off topic comment about a secondary topic in my post. You just like to give your panties an extra twist and attack anyone who hasn't already preordered their own Hillary Clinton endorsed pants suit for the new era. And because you missed it, I will say again: Stop quoting me to say stupid stuff. Rawrtl or Sundine will be back on soon so you can tell each other how smart you guys are, I am sure.


FYI, the whole topic of the thread was a troll as with all of this guys other threads. So I'd have to question your comprehension here. Have a good day though!
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Punk_Mela wrote:


runec wrote:


Punk_Mela wrote:
If you can't distinguish between a rich actor/singer's background in economics and a rich business man's background in economics I can't help you. My comment had nothing to do with Trump and I prefer (like a lot of users who see you post, I suspect) to just laugh about your need to push biased and half thought political opinions rather than get involved in the obnoxious game of wall ball a "debate" with you is. In other words, don't quote me to say stupid stuff.


You made an unprovoked partisan comment in a political thread and interjected Hillary into it. You don't get to whine when I turn that around on you. Let alone dribble something about me being the biased and half thought out one here when all I did was apply the standard you just established to the other side.

If what's good for the goose is not good for the gander, than perhaps the gander shouldn't bring it up in the first place.



Again, your comprehension is pretty poor but you are consistent. OP asked why we think celebrities interject themselves into political discussion. I made a relevant evidence based comment about how sometimes they are paid to pander and often do it because that is the nature of their industry, I did this using the most relevant and confirmed political candidate on the subject. I then essentially said, put that aside because taking political opinion from celebrities is stupid in the first place. It wasn't a partisan comment and it wasn't "unprovoked" (seriously, you have to be a nut job to think my comment is some sort of personal attack). I didn't whine and I didn't establish any standard. My comment was relevant to the original post, yours was an off topic comment about a secondary topic in my post. You just like to give your panties an extra twist and attack anyone who hasn't already preordered their own Hillary Clinton endorsed pants suit for the new era. And because you missed it, I will say again: Stop quoting me to say stupid stuff. Rawrtl or Sundine will be back on soon so you can tell each other how smart you guys are, I am sure.


FYI, the whole topic of the thread was a troll as with all of this guys other threads. So I'd have to question your comprehension here. Have a good day though!


Uh oh, someone's got the butt hurt. You too man, hope you feel better.
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Ah the butt hurt, I'll assume that's your expert medical assessment. I'll have it looked at, thanks.
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Lol I forgot you were the one who did a google search about length of Navy medical training and got it wrong, yes? If that is the case, I would revise my diagnoses as a case of extreme anal sensitivity with no hope for recovery.
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Lol I forgot you were the one who did a google search about length of Navy medical training and got it wrong, yes? If that is the case, I would revise my diagnoses as a case of extreme anal sensitivity with no hope for recovery.


Sure I was wrong about the length, but I do know they failed to teach you that the way the body reacts to pneumonia isn't the same in every case. A 20 year old sailor might just be a little different than a 70 year old woman.
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Lol I forgot you were the one who did a google search about length of Navy medical training and got it wrong, yes? If that is the case, I would revise my diagnoses as a case of extreme anal sensitivity with no hope for recovery.


Sure I was wrong about the length, but I do know they failed to teach you that the way the body reacts to pneumonia isn't the same in every case. A 20 year old sailor might just be a little different than a 70 year old woman.

Only off by a couple years, and what the training itself entails but okay. With your zero experience I will take what you think pneumonia does much more seriously than the doctors and chiefs who trained me. Anyways, Runec was on earlier. Commence rubbing each other's... egos. I'm out to get my new state mandated pants suit before they run out of all the good colors.
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Oh you wouldn't have to take my word for it. Just the actual doctor (Internist) I asked. Have fun shopping.

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Some may be trying to hold onto their careers, yes. This election has got to be the most cut-throat one we've had in a while. People are getting fired and are quitting over which mistake they prefer, as well as being physically assaulted. That being said; we have actors who have the opportunity of being paid for showcasing manipulative propaganda they may or may not believe in, as well as engaging in public ridicule. I'm fairly certain that this is also a win-win for plenty of these guys.
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Wikileaks released Hillary Clinton emails showing correspondence with multiple celebrities being hired on to advocate for her, hollywood is extremely leftist and most relevant to younger crowds who tend to be leftist. But the fact of the matter is, if you're taking political opinion on who can fix the middle class from people like Katy Perry who haven't glimpsed middle class since they were kids, than you probably aren't suited for making your own opinion anyways.


So you right-wing are still framing your own secret advocates as your enemy like always; Hollywood is a right-wing agent who implant Capitalist delusion into kid's mind so the right-wing can use political correctness to activate the Capitalist delusion to make Capitalism sound rational. You are enforcing the Capitalist delusion that organization function in a void when you assume that Wikileaks can survive without funding. Wikileaks operate in a Capitalist society where the invisible hand rob from hard-working innovative people and distribute the fruit of the labor to the citizen according to their ownership, wealth, connection, and stereotypical images; Wikileaks cannot survive for this long unless it get funding from the rich 1% by fooling the citizens. Also, you should not silence the individuality of your opposition just because they are correcting your delusion.
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Robert de Niro who was that guy who killed an old dude in Godfather 2 (Not a bad actor) but its hollywood.

Avengers people too.


Robert DeNiro was in the Avengers??
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Some may be trying to hold onto their careers, yes.


No, actors tend to be liberal, and are just trying to create visibility for their opinions.

It's REPUBLICAN POLITICIANS who are afraid for their jobs by supporting Trump, which is why they all jumped ship the day after Gropegate.

(Look, we don't try to explain Norwegian politics, so don't even try to grasp ours. We're used to it by now, so our heads don't explode.)
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