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Friday Fun: Things That Might Be "Bugging" You


Society & Culture  (tags: Cheat, Easter, Golf, Jelly Beans, Jesus, Lac Bug, Rep Steve King, Trump )

Joanne
- 85 days ago - politicsplus.org
A post by SoINeedAName on TomCat's blog. I'm not quite sure how best to summarize. You kind of have to be there.



   

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Joanne Dixon (37)
Friday April 26, 2019, 6:02 pm
Anyone who watches Antiques Roadshow knows about lac. It is probably some other part of the same bug, though, which makes thenon-synthetic red dye which makes rugs so desirable - both "Persian" and Navajo.

Steve King wouldn't make it past the First Fall - unless the cross was made from 2 soda straws and a rubber band, and that would exhaust him for weeks.

As for the Evil Emperor,it almost would seem easier to just play the frickin' game than to have to use the eyes in the back of his head like that!
 

David C (75)
Friday April 26, 2019, 6:27 pm
thanks
 

Lona Goudswaard (66)
Friday April 26, 2019, 10:42 pm
I did know that shellac is beetle poop and sprayed on almost all confectionery with a shine. I didn’t know that the poop needed to be purified before flaking it. Kinda ironic, isn’t it?

Even I am willing to chip in to give Rep. Steve King the experience of his life and truly feel one with his saviour. But don’t let him down until he promises to stop whining and comparing the humiliation he brought on himself to anything Jesus endured.

Magnificent GIF, Nameless. Apparently Drumpf has been cheating as long as he’s been playing the game, both secretly and openly. No surprise there. If he thinks he’s above the law, he surely thinks himself exempt from any stupid rule in golf that keeps him from winning. And winning is all he’s interested in.
I think he’ll only play on his own golf courses, where his guests, i.e. opponents are handed out HIS home rules to abide with:
Rule 1: Your host, the owner of this golf course, always wins
Rule 2: If your host, the owner of this golf course, is about to lose, look away and then go back to rule 1.
 

Danuta W (1251)
Saturday April 27, 2019, 2:58 am
noted
 

Pat B (354)
Saturday April 27, 2019, 8:09 am
Lac: Cool information here. Oddly, I did not eat any jellybeans this past Easter, and after reading this, I think I'll stick with the coconut Easter eggs, just to be sure. I do like jellybeans too though. lol

King needs to think before he speaks. If that's possible. Which by his remarks he is clueless, AND a whiner.

dt: Thanks for the gif! He cheats at not just golf, but everything he does. He's cheated his whole life.

Thanks, Nameless for post.
and Joanne for cross-posting.
 

Freya H (344)
Saturday April 27, 2019, 10:31 am
I have never been fond of jellybeans. What would Ronald Reagan have thought? Or did he know this about his favorite snack?

Steve King comparing his suffering to that of Christ? I hope that p*sses off a lot of Christians. But it probably will fly right over the heads of the extreme right-wingers.

His Orangeness cheating at golf? Hardly a surprise. What do you expect from somebody who lives on hamberders and covfefe?
 

Colleen L (3)
Sunday April 28, 2019, 9:35 pm
Not a big fan of jelly beans either.  Always was concerned of the amount of sugar.  But after seeing your post I definitely will stay away from them. 
Steve King seems to think and speak like his dumb-a*s leader. A bit nervy of him to compare himself to Christ.
Love the GIF.....tRump cheating at his golf game too.. Doesn't surprise me. Can't trust him at anything.
Thanks Joanne
 
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