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A True Kaniggit

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About A True Kaniggit

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  • Birthday 02/20/1991

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    Louisiana, USA
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    Penguin Stuff. Like, you know. Fishing. Trying to stay warm. Swimming is fun sometimes I guess. Do penguins drink and gamble?

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  1. Bloody hell. Ninja horses . I haven't been this worried about humanity's future since those horses climbed the walls at Alexandria during the battle with Negan.
  2. Blah. My usual movie goers have all declined to see this movie with me. I guess it isn't quite mainstream enough where they feel like they would enjoy it. Whatever, I'm going to see it by myself anyways. It's 2014 all over again.
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    South Park: Member Season 20? [SPOILERS]

    And that episode just happens to be showing on Comedy Central as I read your post. Do you control the world? Hmmm. That episode is already 7 years old. It may have been a good series finale, but then what would you be using for your avatar right now? It sure wouldn't be a Member Berry. And that's a reality I don't want to live in.
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    The Realm of the Elderlings by Robin Hobb

    No, my post just wasn't clear. I plan to read them in order. The only reason I read RWC out of order is because I bought them not knowing they were part of a larger anthology.
  5. Well that's disheartening. Edit: Sadly, I did not immediately get your reference. So for knowledge's sake I googled Robert Muldoon in order to educate myself. The first hit was a New Zealand politician who died in a hospital from some sickness or other. It was only after 10 minutes of trying to figure out what you were talking about that I saw the second link that stated Robert Muldoon was the guy from Jurassic Park. Yep, that makes far more sense .
  6. And you won right? I mean, Leonardo DiCaprio fought a grizzly, and he killed it. It might've f***** him up. But he won.
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    The Realm of the Elderlings by Robin Hobb

    Booyah! Made Christmas easy for my family this year. The only Elderling books I've read so far are the Rain Wild Chronicles. So to make things simple I told them all to buy me one book from different series in that world. ~$8 each and I get a new series and they get no stress. Prepare for 3 weeks later when I tell you why my thoughts on these books are right and yours are wrong!
  8. Lol. Just came here to make a comment on this. It took a couple false starts to get used to, but I'm enjoying the new economy as well. Really looking forward to repairing this ruined interstellar assembly I just found. The Union of Democratic Systems (UDS) shall bring freedom to the rest of the galaxy, whether they want it or not.
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    US Politics: Sing us a song, you're the Tariff man

    Doesn't work in this situation obviously, because it's too late. But I have a feeling there was a missed opportunity here. As in an image of the guy holding a check from an oil company/exec for "x" amount of money, right next to a picture of him donating same exact amount of money to some green energy initiative. Doesn't let moron donor get their money back, while making it clear said candidate has no intention of supporting the donor.
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    US Politics: Sing us a song, you're the Tariff man

    From mormonts link. -- "The Pledge: I pledge to not take contributions from the oil, gas, and coal industry and instead prioritize the health of our families, climate, and democracy over fossil fuel industry profits." Taking the pledge means that you and your campaign will adopt a policy to not knowingly accept any contributions over $200 from the PACs or executives of fossil fuel companies — companies whose primary business is the extraction, processing, distribution, or sale of oil, gas, or coal.-- Yep, that's pretty specific.
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    US Politics: Sing us a song, you're the Tariff man

    What exactly was the pledge? To not accept donations from oil oil executives, or not allow such donations form oil executives to influence his decisions? Because really, if your opponents want to give you free supplies for nothing in return, why not take them? If said executives get pissed about their donations being wasted, well sucks for them.
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    Anime

    1) What gets me is how 2) In regards to the character.
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    MCU - X

    As far as we know The Guardian's ship is landed somewhere safe and sound with no damage done. Nebula crashed her ship into Thanos when she arrived.
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    US Politics: Sing us a song, you're the Tariff man

    What can I say? I'm a giver.
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    US Politics: Sing us a song, you're the Tariff man

    Wait one moment...... This thread title is a reference to the Billy Joel song "Piano Man", because Donald Trump called himself the Tariff Man. But Donald Trump also called Kim Jong-un Rocket Man. "Rocket Man" is a song sung by Elton John. Billy Joel sang the song "Why Should I Worry?" which appears in the Disney film Oliver and Company. However, Disney also made a movie called The Lion King which contains a song called "Can You Feel the Love Tonight?". I'll give you one guess who sang that. Yep, you got it. Elton John. Don't you see? It's Disney! It all leads back to Disney! Disney is behind everything!
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