British P.M. hospitalized

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And so it begins.

This was the first foreign rightwinger to make a mockery out of the whole Coronavirus pandemic, like his bossom-buddy Trump here.

I hope he pulls through...

 
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And so it begins.

This was the first foreign rightwinger to make a mockery out of the whole Coronavirus pandemic, like his bossom-buddy Trump here.

I hope he pulls through.
It must be recognized that both were under constant attack by the fake media....so at first before accurate data began to come in they thought the media once again.....and rightly so.....were planting fake news stories to discredit them.
 

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I wonder if these morons, and those Trumpists on this board, still think Covid-19 is a hoax or media hype?
 
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It must be recognized that both were under constant attack by the fake media....so at first before accurate data began to come in they thought the media once again.....and rightly so.....were planting fake news stories to discredit them.
Only a BUFFOON would call accurate reporting and calls for accountability in leadership "attacks."

But, carry on.
 
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definition of an 'expert' .....a has been under pressure.

Irregardless..............anyone who trusts their doctor implicitly is a gambler at best.
 

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definition of an 'expert' .....a has been under pressure.

Irregardless..............anyone who trusts their doctor implicitly is a gambler at best.
What does that say a bout anyone who trusts Trump implicitly?

BTW, "Irregardless" isn't a word.
 
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definition of an 'expert' .....a has been under pressure.

Irregardless..............anyone who trusts their doctor implicitly is a gambler at best.
What does that say a bout anyone who trusts Trump implicitly?

BTW, "Irregardless" isn't a word.

"irregardless" is the baddest-ass word of all time. This is for several reasons, which I will now explain.



  1. It's the only word where attaching the "ir-" prefix to the root word has the exact same meaning as the root word: Throwing an "ir-" in front of normal, less bad-ass words that begin with "R" changes the meaning to the opposite of the word. Irrefutable. Irreverent. Irrelevant. Irresponsible. Not "irregardless." It doesn't care what the rules of grammar are. It means exactly the same thing as "regardless," and that's the way it likes it.

  2. Against all odds, against all logic, and (ir)regardless of everyone hating it, it has achieved official word status: How can you not pull for the underdog in this case? "Irregardless" went up against the rules of grammar, stick-by-the-book lexicographers, and the fact that it's a completely redundant word. Didn't matter. Whatever didn't kill it made it stronger. It's the hardest-working word in the dictionary, and it should have earned your respect by now.

  3. Even though it's a word, Merriam-Webster says you shouldn't use it: Can you name another word in the dictionary that the dictionary says you shouldn't use? Even really bad swear words don't have a dictionary-imposed boycott. That just makes me want to use it more.

  4. It simultaneously makes sense and doesn't make sense: You can think of the word in one of two ways: (1) it should mean the opposite of "regardless," or something along the lines of "keeping the facts in regard," or (2) it could mean "regardless of the fact that something is regardless." The latter of the two is like double-super regardless, and it's the meaning I prefer. "Irregardless" really, really doesn't care what the facts are or what you think. It should only be used in extreme circumstances, such as when a course of action is ridiculously counterintuitive. "Irregardless of the fact that you are very thirsty, you should eat this pile of salt." Stuff like that.

  5. It practices what it preaches: Irregardless of the rules of grammar, "irregardless" is a word. It's self-reflexive. It's the exception that proves the rule. It talks the talk and walks the walk. Is there another word like that? No, because "irregardless" is bad-ass. It is a text-based Chuck Norris, roundhouse-kicking everything else in the dictionary into submission.

  6. If you think about it long enough, it will blow your mind: It's the Mobius Strip of words, but it's also packed with Eminem's aggressively apathetic attitude. It's completely unique, completely confusing, and it couldn't give a rat's ass about any of that. It just is what it is. If you don't like it, don't use it.
So that's my argument. I think "irregardless" should be embraced and celebrated. And damn it, I'm going to use it every chance I get.

 
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It would appear Boris is getting worse.

Couldn't happen to a more deserving Ass Hat.
When is it ok to wish ill on someone?

Well, the short answer is: never.

And the long answer is: never.

It’s never ok to wish harm on anyone else. If you do, you’re actually inviting that bad energy back into your life tenfold. Karma doesn’t discriminate in that regard – what you reap, you will (eventually) sow. Always
 

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Who was the youngest Democrat nomInee for President again?
 

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When a medical expert tells you one thing, and an eccentric politician with funny hair tells you another, deciding who to believe isn't THE hardest decision in the world. :dunno:
For most folks, that's true.
 

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Bad news for the British... :(
Hope Mr.Jonhson could get well soon!
Just curious....who's the acting prime minister now in the UK?
 

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