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« on: March 24, 2020, 09:35:11 am »

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« Reply #1 on: March 24, 2020, 09:45:42 am »


You forgot to finish that...


JOE BLOWS Trump out of the water in the 2020 election.
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« Reply #2 on: March 24, 2020, 01:21:29 pm »

do you think joe knows what planet he's on hehehe
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« Reply #8 on: April 07, 2020, 10:24:13 am »


Joe Biden is showing America what a REAL president will be like when Americans dump their current “fake president” later this year.



from The New York Times…

This Is What Happens When a Narcissist Runs a Crisis

Trump's catastrophic performance has as much to do with psychology as ideology.

By JENNIFER SENIOR | Sunday, April 05, 2020

President Donald Trump last year at the White House. His mental health has been questioned since the early days of his administration. — Photograph: Damon Winter/The New York Timesith the basic.
President Donald Trump last year at the White House. His mental health has been questioned since the early days of his administration.
 — Photograph: Damon Winter/The New York Timesith the basic.


SINCE the early days of the Trump administration, an impassioned group of mental health professionals have warned the public about the president's cramped and disordered mind, a darkened attic of fluttering bats. Their assessments have been controversial. The American Psychiatric Association's code of ethics expressly forbids its members from diagnosing a public figure from afar.

Enough is enough. As I've argued before, an in-person analysis of Donald J. Trump would not reveal any hidden depths — his internal sonar could barely fathom the bottom of a sink — and these are exceptional, urgent times. Back in October, George T. Conway III, the conservative lawyer and husband of Kellyanne, wrote a long, devastating essay for The Atlantic, noting that Trump has all the hallmarks of narcissistic personality disorder. That disorder was dangerous enough during times of prosperity, jeopardizing the moral and institutional foundations of our country.

But now we’re in the midst of a global pandemic. The president's pathology is endangering not just institutions, but lives.

Let's start with the basics. First: Narcissistic personalities like Trump harbor skyscraping delusions about their own capabilities. They exaggerate their accomplishments, focus obsessively on projecting power, and wish desperately to win.

What that means, during this pandemic: Trump says we've got plenty of tests available, when we don't. He declares that Google is building a comprehensive drive-thru testing website, when it isn't. He sends a Navy hospital ship to New York and it proves little more than an excuse for a campaign commercial, arriving and sitting almost empty in the Hudson. A New York hospital executive calls it a joke.

Second: The grandiosity of narcissist personalities belies an extreme fragility, their egos as delicate as foam. They live in terror of being upstaged. They're too thin skinned to be told they're wrong.

What that means, during this pandemic: Narcissistic leaders never have, as Trump likes to say, the best people. They have galleries of sycophants. With the exceptions of Doctorrs Anthony Fauci and Deborah Birx, Trump has surrounded himself with a Z-team of dangerously inexperienced toadies and flunkies — the bargain-bin rejects from Filene's Basement — at a time when we require the brightest and most imaginative minds in the country.

Faced with a historic public health crisis, Trump could have assembled a first-rate company of disaster preparedness experts. Instead he gave the job to his son-in-law, a man-child of breathtaking vapidity. Faced with a historic economic crisis, Trump could have assembled a team of Nobel-prize winning economists or previous treasury secretaries. Instead he talks to Larry Kudlow, a former CNBC host.

Meanwhile, Fauci and Birx measure every word they say like old-time apothecaries, hoping not to humiliate the narcissist — never humiliate a narcissist — while discreetly correcting his false hopes and falsehoods. They are desperately attempting to create a safe space for our president, when the president should be creating a safer nation for all of us.

Third: Narcissistic personalities love nothing more than engineering conflict and sowing division. It destabilizes everyone, keeps them in control.

What that means, during this pandemic: Trump is pitting state against state for precious resources, rather than coordinating a national response. (“It's like being on eBay,” complained Governor Andrew Cuomo of New York last week.) His White House is a petty palace of competing power centers. He picks fights with Democratic officials and members of the press, when all the public craves is comfort.

Narcissistic personalities don't do comfort. They cannot fathom the needs of other hearts.

Fourth: Narcissistic personalities are vindictive. On a clear day, you can see their grudges forever.

What that means, during this pandemic: Trump is playing favorites with governors who praise him and punishing those who fail to give him the respect he believes he deserves. “If they don't treat you right, don't call,” he told Vice President Mike Pence.

His grudge match with New York is now especially lethal. When asked on Friday whether New York will have enough ventilators, Trump bluntly answered “No”, and then blamed the state.

And most relevant, as far as history is concerned: Narcissistic personalities are weak.

What that means, during this pandemic: Trump is genuinely afraid to lead. He can't bring himself to make robust use of the Defense Production Act, because the buck would stop with him. (To this day, he insists states should be acquiring their own ventilators.) When asked about delays in testing, he said, “I don't take responsibility at all.” During Friday's news conference, he added the tests “we inherited were broken, were obsolete,” when this form of coronavirus didn't even exist under his predecessor.

This sounds an awful lot like one of the three sentences that Homer Simpson swears will get you through life: “It was like that when I got here”.

Most people, even the most hot-headed and difficult ones, have enough space in their souls to set aside their anger in times of crisis. Think of Rudolph Giuliani during September 11. Think of Andrew Cuomo now.

But every aspect of Trump's crisis management has been annexed by his psychopathology. As Americans die, he boasts about his television ratings. As Americans die, he crows that he's No.1 on Facebook, which isn't close to true.

But it is true that all eyes are on him. He's got a captive audience, an attention-addict's dream come to life. It's just that he, like all narcissistic personalities, has no clue how disgracefully — how shamefully, how deplorably — he'll be enshrined in memory.


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Jennifer Senior has been an Op-Ed columnist for The New York Times since September 2018. She had previously been a daily book critic for The N.Y. Times; before that, she spent many years as a staff writer for New York magazine, doing profiles and cover stories about politics, social science and mental health. Her best-selling book, All Joy and No Fun: The Paradox of Modern Parenthood" has been translated into 12 languages, and her work has been anthologized in many essay collections, including four volumes of The Best American Political Writing. She lives in Brooklyn, New York, with her husband and son.

• A version of this article appears in The New York Times on Monday, April 6, 2020, on page A23 of the New York print edition with the headline: “Trump's Narcissism Could Cost Us Our Lives”.

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Related to this topic:

 • Trump to New York: Drop Dead (March 24, 2020).


https://www.nytimes.com/2020/04/05/opinion/trump-coronavirus.html

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« Reply #9 on: April 08, 2020, 06:46:36 am »



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« Reply #10 on: April 08, 2020, 09:13:58 am »


I see you are engaging in diversionary tactics yet again in a desperate attempt to divert attention from the fact your “fake president” hero is a stupid moron who doesn't even have the intellectual capacity to run a flea farm, let along a country. Every time you post diversionary shit like that, you simply demonstrate that you are as stupid, moronic and intellectually-retarded as your hero.
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« Reply #11 on: April 08, 2020, 09:38:46 am »

sorry I'm not very interested anymore in any of your subject matter I find it all a bit too TDS

you seem a bit loopy , a bit like Joe Biden
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« Reply #12 on: April 08, 2020, 12:05:14 pm »


You just proved my point.
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« Reply #13 on: April 08, 2020, 01:25:08 pm »

you have a point it's on your head and called a dunce cap
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« Reply #14 on: April 08, 2020, 02:02:50 pm »


Yep … you continue to prove my point.

You are desperate to divert attention from the clown “fake president” who is fucking up America.
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« Reply #15 on: April 08, 2020, 02:12:51 pm »

I wonder if there is a bot that could calculate how many times you go on about trumps baaad

could count them but they're too boring
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« Reply #16 on: April 08, 2020, 05:55:19 pm »


Joe Biden is going to be the 46th president of the United States.

Then, investigations into the thieving, lying and corrupt practices by Trump, his family and his cronies will begin in earnest.

This will result in most of them being locked up for a long, long time. Trump will most likely die in jail. I hope he becomes some big nigger's bitch.

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« Reply #17 on: April 09, 2020, 07:40:35 am »

you and joe should get together as a couple , he could sniff your hair and you could blow hot air up his retarded arse
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Did somebody mention Joe?



from The Press…

Joe Bennett's birthday-lockdown recipe:
Bacon, chips and glaucomic eggs


Fat is the point of bacon. If you don't want fat, eat tofu.

By JOE BENNETT | 4:45AM — Wednesday, 22 April 2020

This is not how Joe's birthday meal looked, but the ingredients are more or less right.
This is not how Joe's birthday meal looked, but the ingredients are more or less right.

I DOUBT I'm the first columnist to have received rat poison through the mail but I bet I'm the first to write back to say thank you. For last week I mentioned my lack of rat bait and two days later some arrived. And though my benefactor wasn't to know, her gift came just in time for my 63rd birthday.

As the rats tuck into the meal that betrays, my own thoughts turn to what to have for dinner. I am told that during the lockdown people have taken to high-end cookery. But now's no time for haute cuisine. Now is a time for cuisine basse. My birthday dinner will be bacon, chips and glaucomic eggs. It's food as food was meant to be.

You start with big, old, cheap potatoes. If they've got a name they're too fancy. Peel more than you think you need. Then peel more.

The chips should be as long as you like and three-eighths of an inch wide by three-eighths of an inch deep. And no, there is no metric equivalent. If you can't picture three-eighths of an inch you're “too young to cook chips”.

Soak the raw chips in cold water. I don't know why but that's what my mother did and her chips were chips as Plato would have imagined chips if the potato had reached ancient Greece.

Soak the chips for as long as it takes to drink as much as you need of whatever you like — beer, wine, creme de menthe, it doesn't matter; cuisine basse doesn't do food pairings. Let happiness be your guide.

Once you're in the mood to cook, put suitable music on — Carmina Burana is ideal — and heat some oil. Use a deep fryer if you must but it's a coward's gadget and you miss out on the Krakatoan thrill of an open saucepan.

When the oil swirls with menace drop a chip in. If the splash on your wrist makes you leap and scream the oil is hot enough. Drop the chips in one by one and enjoy the frothing. Cook them till they're about to change colour then haul them out with the slotted spoon you haven't got and put them aside.

Return to the creme de menthe while the chips cool, then assemble all the bits you need for the final burst because things are going to get dramatic.

Fire the oil back up and heat a frying pan and when both are smoking like schoolboys tip the chips into one and the bacon into another. Suddenly it will be the hot chaos of battle, all noise and smoke and fire alarms and fat that pings like shrapnel.

When the bacon has the texture of a Crunchie bar, pull it out and line a plate with it. Don't drain off the fat. Fat is the point of bacon. If you don't want fat, eat tofu.

When the chips are the colour you want in chips pile them onto the bacon and salt them. Use the salt from the sea that comes in chem lab crystals. Use far too much.

Crack three eggs into a bowl, fish out the bits of shell, then tip the eggs into the bacon pan and clamp a glass lid on them. The glass will be opaque in seconds. The eggs are done when the yolks have clouded like glaucoma. Slide the lot out to cover the chips. Salt them.

Take the plate to wherever you eat and plunge your knife into a yolk. It will bleed through the chips to the floor of bacon. Eat, be happy, cry, “Death to rats and viruses!” and raise a glass of creme de menthe to benefactors.


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• Julian “Joe” Bennett is a writer, columnist and retired English school teacher living in Lyttelton, New Zealand. Born in England, Bennett emigrated to New Zealand when he was twenty-nine.

https://www.stuff.co.nz/the-press/opinion/121133683/joe-bennetts-birthdaylockdown-recipe-bacon-chips-and-glaucomic-eggs



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Bacon, egg and chips are boons to humanity

Bacon is nutrition. Nutrition is a good.

By JOE BENNETT | 5:00AM — Wednesday, 29 April 2020

The morality of killing and eating another species can be questioned, but the benefit to health cannot. Bacon is nutrition. Nutrition is a good. — Photograph: Kelly Hodel.
The morality of killing and eating another species can be questioned, but the benefit to health cannot.
Bacon is nutrition. Nutrition is a good. — Photograph: Kelly Hodel.


HOW DID it happen so fast? Four hundred years of wisdom reversed in a single generation, 4,000 if you discount the potato. But let me begin at the beginning.

Last week I wrote about bacon, egg and chips. My purpose was, well, let's not worry about my purpose. Let's look at the effect. And the only effect I have to go on is the response that reached me in the form of phone calls, emails and good old-fashioned letters.

My correspondents fell broadly into two camps. The first camp was nostalgic and dogmatic. They had fond memories of bacon and egg, and firm views on how to cook chips. All agreed that double cooking was essential. Several said the only proper cooking medium was lard. But a few confessed to having resorted to the frozen supermarket chip that asks only two things of the cook: a functioning oven, and spiritual death. You could sense from their tone that they hated themselves for it.

The other camp, though unfailingly polite, addressed me as one might address a disabled, solo round-the-world yachtsman. They combined a mild wonder at my courage with an utter disbelief at my stupidity.

For they shared a view you'll find expressed throughout the media, an orthodoxy that it is heresy to defy, which is that a plate of bacon, egg and chips, generously sprinkled, lest we forget, and they certainly did not, with salt, is, in and of itself, by definition — wait for it now, though surely you know the word that's coming next — unhealthy.

For somehow in the last 40 years food has been divided into two types, healthy and unhealthy, and bacon, egg and chips sits emphatically on the unhealthy side. To eat it is to commit a crime against one's wellbeing.

And if at this moment you are saying to yourself, well, yes, they're right, bacon, egg and chips are indeed unhealthy, then consider this: you're on your own — not now, of course, right now the zeitgeist's with you — but historically.

Let's start with salt. Salt has been traded and cherished since Noah was a boatie. No only does it enhance flavour, it also cures and preserves meats. Without salt there would have been no human civilisation. Salt is a gift to mankind.

So's bacon. It's the cured belly of a pig.  People have eaten pigs for ever (just as pigs, it should be noted, when given the chance, have eaten people.)  The morality of killing and eating another species can be questioned, but the benefit to health cannot. Bacon is nutrition. Nutrition is a good.

Ditto with eggs which we've been eating since we were hunter-gatherers. You can debate whether collecting eggs is hunting or gathering, but not whether eggs are good for us. Eggs are nutritive by definition.

And as for the potato, the Spanish brought it to Europe in the 16th century, and it's been popular ever since. So popular indeed that when Ireland suffered a potato blight in the 19th century, half the people starved and the other half emigrated.

All the ingredients then of bacon, egg and chips have been with us for millennia. They haven't changed. They remain the boons they always were. What's changed is us.

Just 50 years ago we saw food as food. Since then in the West we've got rich, fat and lazy, and increasingly terrified of dying. And we've transferred the blame for all this onto certain foods. It's that simple.

(Though I will concede, in the interests of fairness, that on its own a plate of bacon, eggs and chips cannot be said to constitute a full and balanced diet. It lacks a sausage.)


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• Julian “Joe” Bennett is a writer, columnist and retired English school teacher living in Lyttelton, New Zealand. Born in England, Bennett emigrated to New Zealand when he was twenty-nine.

https://www.stuff.co.nz/the-press/opinion/121311545/bacon-egg-and-chips-are-boons-to-humanity-says-joe-bennett

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