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TIME MAG PERSON OF THE YEAR
#81
(12-11-2018, 05:36 AM)Duchess Wrote: Please let it be Special Counsel Mueller.

Mueller came in third, after runner-up Donald Trump.  http://time.com/person-of-the-year-2018-...ns-choice/
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#82
I'm satisfied it was anyone but that dumbass buffoon. I say that knowing that getting the cover isn't always a good thing but he would have seen it that way and commented proudly.
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#83
Can you imagine the outrage if Putin got it? I would have laughed.
(10-09-2018, 02:13 PM)HairOfTheDog Wrote: you believe men have the right and entitlement to molest and sexually assault minors and women.  

If HoTD doesn't agree with you politically you better humour her snowflake mentality or she will smear you for no good reason, like every other indoctrinated SJW. Liar and Slimeball. 
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#84
He hasn't influenced our news in the way others have. Whether one is decent or wretched matters not, the bottom line is how the person/s have influenced current events.
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#85
What do I win?
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#86
(12-11-2018, 04:52 PM)BigMark Wrote: What do I win?

Congratulations! You have won an all expense paid trip to Cabo! Pack your bags, babe, you leave in a couple days! Winna winna chicken dinner! Love025
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#87
Fry Guy Wrote:Can you imagine the outrage if Putin got it? I would have laughed.
Is it a coincidence that Dave Mustaine and Vlad Putin have never been seen in the same place at the same time? I say Nyet.
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#88
https://youtu.be/NpodyQmdGt8
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#89
London-based "The Financial Times" has left some high-profile right-wing figures and authoritarian leaders rankled this morning.

The paper named billionaire mogul and philanthropist George Soros its 'Person of the Year'.

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The paper stated that Soros is being honored not for his achievements but rather for 'the values he represents' in the face of rising 'nationalism and populism'.

Soros is often featured in right-wing conspiracy theories floated by U.S. President Donald Trump and his loyalists, Russian President Vladimir Putin's allies, and British pro-Brexit leaders.

Soros says that the false rhetoric about him hurts him deeply, but he figures it's indicative that he must be doing something right considering the sources.

George Soros puts his money where his values are; he's donated $18billion of his $26billion fortune towards democratic and liberal causes.

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#90
Mr Soros was born in Budapest on August 12, 1930, and by the Nazi invasion in 1944 was living a life of middle-class comfort with his father Tivadar, mother Elizabeth, and brother Paul in an idyllic home on Lupa Island in the Danube.

To escape the Gestapo death squads, the young Mr Soros was given the name Kiss Sandor, along with a set of Christian papers. He was then taken in by a man called Baumbach, also known as Baufluss, whom Tivadar paid to protect his son.
Baumbach was an official at the Ministry of Agriculture who had worked with Soros' father. 

Baumbach was also a Nazi collaborator, and sometimes took the young boy on visits to write up lists of confiscated property.

This experience, which Soros had no control over, would later lead to inaccurate claims by Vladimir Putin and others that he chose to help the Nazis. Soros managed to survive the rest of the occupation, which cost the lives of 500,000 Hungarian Jews.

Aged 17, Soros fled to London and worked as a porter and waiter before enrolling in the London School of Economics. He moved to America and became a naturalized citizen in 1956, spending time as a trader before setting up his own hedge fund, Soros Fund Management, in 1969.

A ruthless speculator, in 1992 he became known as 'The Man Who Broke The Bank Of England' after he shorted the pound to send Britain crashing out of the ERM. The move earned him a billion dollars in a day.

Some of Soros' earliest political work was helping pro-democracy groups in the Soviet Union, an action that has gained him the hatred of Putin, who pines for the former USSR.

A key landmark in his political career was the establishment of the Open Society Foundation in 1984. This has invested money in a wide variety of causes including migration, drugs policy, and the Rohingya crisis in Myanmar.

He has also earned the ire of  Donald Trump by becoming one of the largest donors to Hillary Clinton's 2016 US presidential campaign.

Trump has without basis accused Soros of everything from funding migrant caravans from Central America headed for the U.S. to paying Kavanaugh protesters.

Full story:  https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article...-Year.html
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#91
He sounds like an intelligent and generous person.
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#92
No doubt, I will bestow upon him the most prestigious title "FryGuy Of The Year Award".
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#93
That award should be reserved for Trump when he's on trial along with the rest of his mob family.
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#94
Whatever you say Frytilda.
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#95
How old is that fucker? He looks like he went to high in an airplane. 
You couldn't get a clue during the clue mating season in a field full of horny clues if you smeared your body with clue musk and did the clue mating dance.
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#96
(12-20-2018, 04:34 PM)BigMark Wrote: Whatever you say Frytilda.

I'm going to kill you.
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#97
hah
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