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Wednesday, November 9, 2016

Who Needs a Drink?

Better make that a double?

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59 comments:

  1. I'm sure Kilary does, maybe a whole barrel? :)
    Are you drinking again, Randy Mandy Sir?

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  2. Last week the Cubs won.
    This week Donald Trump won.
    I'm a little worried about next week...

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  3. May need quite a bit
    Realizing the world is f-ed with that twit

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  4. I will never pass on a drink, especially if someone else is buying. Everything is going to be okay. It can only get better than the previous 8 years.

    Betty

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    1. I'm not worried. One drink coming up, betty.

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  5. I don't drink, although this might be a time to start.

    I will withhold judgment and see what happens...

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  6. I'm going to need something stronger. Got any heroin? No, you're right, not strong enough, how about some heroin and computer cleaner mixed with Meth and maybe some marijuana, you know, to take the edge off.

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    1. I can't afford heroin. I do have some toilet cleaner um thingie stuff.

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  7. UN BEEE LEEEV A BULL....
    And BULL being the defining word...
    SOOOOO proud to be a Canadian...😇
    Cheers!
    Linda :o)

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    2. I like the sound of that. Cheers, Linda!

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  8. Funny thing is that many of the people who said "they both suck" are really concerned right now. I'm sure most assumed Hillary would win and a lot stayed home because of it and the lack of enthusiasm.

    DNC really should have let Bernie win the nomination. Election would have been over by 10pm

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    1. "I'm sure most assumed Hillary would win" and a lot stayed home because of it and the lack of enthusiasm... Not to mention the fact that lots of folks out there just didn't want to tell anyone they were planning on voting for Trump.

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  9. I don't drink but think maybe should consider starting. I am for now prepared to sit back and see what happens next.

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    1. Sit back and enjoy the show. No Netflix needed this time.

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    1. Sweet Vermouth on the rocks with a twist, Mary? Or just a bourbon?

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  11. I suspect America requires an enema and a drink. And large ones at that ...

    Condolences from New Zealand.

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  12. Naw, no drinks needed here. While both candidates did suck, I am not at all sad that Hillary lost. I am sad that we are a nation divided right now, with ugly words being thrown around. But at the end of the day we just need to remember that we're all still neighbors and we need to learn to love one another and show a little bit more kindness. I also find it sad that the same ones who supported Hillary are saying some of the ugliest things about the Trump supporters... kind of doing the exact same thing they were bashing Trump for.

    As for me, I'm bowing out of the ugliness and will be going into the holiday season with the attitude of helping my fellow man. I've already signed up for more than 20 hours of community service to help those in my community. Maybe if we all took that same approach (helping to lift the spirits of others instead of pointing fingers and bashing your neighbor) the world would be a better place to live in...

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    1. This is why I like you so much. Time is precious. Focus on the good things in life, short as it may be.

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    2. That is why I like my sister Theresa too! I totally agree with her being shocked with how rude they are now to Trump's supporters. We had a right wingist win our presidential elections and become a PM too and our democrats did not launch a lynching mob like Hitlery's voters.

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    3. People may never learn. And sometimes that includes us. Sometimes it does not.

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    4. Theresa took the words right out of my mouth. Well said. I'm so tired of our nation being divided. Not just in politics but criminals vs. police, land owners vs. the government, etc. It has to end and we, as a nation need to come together. This has been the worst election cycle I've even seen and I hope it isn't the future of politics for our nation. Let's move forward and do the next right thing for each other.

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    5. Politics is a dirty game. Not always, but often.

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  13. I'm agreeing with Theresa. I can't even get on Facebook right now for all the people freaking out and saying mean things about this person or that or voters or our country... It's ridiculous. I've banned myself from facebook for the week, to try and avoid all the vitriol.

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    1. The things that people do. It's a miracle this planet is still in one piece. I banned myself from FB a long, LONG time ago. As in years.

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  14. I only need a drink to keep from going on fb and telling people to calm the fu*k down. The drama being created is ridiculous.

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    1. Ridiculous and then some. So now I'm thinking... how come?

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    2. Because it boosts media ratings. Keep the people scared and angry- the media loves that shit.

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    3. It's never an incident... it's always a crisis.

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  15. I haven't stopped drinking since yesterday. Yesterday was the election, today is my birthday... I'm running out of excuses quick. What's tomorrow's excuse?

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    1. Um... well.... you could pretend to be doing research, and I'm talking SERIOUS hardcore in-depth research that's bound to take a long long time.

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  16. What's bigger than a barrel? A truckload, maybe?

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