Cereal Killer Earns High Praise

LoneLaugher

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I, Lone Laugher, foolishly believed that the electorate would reject the unlikley candidacy of Donald Trump. I expressed this opinion in an arrogant and condescending manner...day after day...post after post. This, in spite of the fact that I had been wrong dozens of times since last June with regard to this candidate.

cereal_killer , on the other hand, read the tea leaves with the precision of a Lockheed Martin DAGR. He predicted a resounding victory for Trump and his supporters. He clearly grasped facts on the ground and understood the mood of the nation in ways that I couldn't possibly begin to understand.

I will forever question my own interpretation of how politicians are viewed by the electorate. I will struggle with the "hows" and 'whys" of this election result. I doubt my ego will ever recover.....which may be for the best.

Moving forward, I will have no choice but to hope that this man proves himself worthy of the position he is now in. I'd be lying if I said I wasn't concerned. I must leave that concern aside. I will do as I have always done....support the office of the president...hope that he is successful, helps move the nation forward and earns a second term. I shall also, as always, be a source of loyal opposition when necessary.

Lone Laugher
 
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How long do you need to carry that Avi?
I'll miss your hairy eyeball, LL
 

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I, Lone Laugher, foolishly believed that the electorate would reject the unlikley candidacy of Donald Trump. I expressed this opinion in an arrogant and condescending manner...day after day...post after post. This, in spite of the fact that I had been wrong dozens of times since last June with regard to this candidate.

Cereal Killer, on the other hand, read the tea leaves with the precision of a Lockheed Martin DAGR. He predicted a resounding victory for Trump and his supporters. He clearly grasped facts on the ground and understood the mood of the nation in ways that I couldn't possibly begin to understand.

I will forever question my own interpretation of how politicians are viewed by the electorate. I will struggle with the "hows" and 'whys" of this election result. I doubt my ego will ever recover.....which may be for the best.

Moving forward, I will have no choice but to hope that this man proves himself worthy of the position he is now in. I'd be lying if I said I wasn't concerned. I must leave that concern aside. I will do as I have always done....support the office of the president...hope that he is successful, helps move the nation forward and earns a second term. I shall also, as always, be a source of loyal opposition when necessary.

Lone Laugher
As you have stated about my posts, "entertaining as usual"(paraphrasing):laugh::thup:
 
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How long do you need to carry that Avi?
I'll miss your hairy eyeball, LL
Well...that last AVI was Trump Owl. I decided to retire it as the man is who...who...we chose as a POTUS. This new one is of our little
heel nipper.
 

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How long do you need to carry that Avi?
I'll miss your hairy eyeball, LL
I got one. I suspect it'll be in demand a lot in the next year or two ----


It's basically how the rest of the entire world is looking at us right now.

I'm afraid to even look at how much the market has plunged. I wonder whether my investment broker is still in business or is about to fold faster than an Atlantic Shity casino....
 

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I, Lone Laugher, foolishly believed that the electorate would reject the unlikley candidacy of Donald Trump. I expressed this opinion in an arrogant and condescending manner...day after day...post after post. This, in spite of the fact that I had been wrong dozens of times since last June with regard to this candidate.

cereal_killer , on the other hand, read the tea leaves with the precision of a Lockheed Martin DAGR. He predicted a resounding victory for Trump and his supporters. He clearly grasped facts on the ground and understood the mood of the nation in ways that I couldn't possibly begin to understand.

I will forever question my own interpretation of how politicians are viewed by the electorate. I will struggle with the "hows" and 'whys" of this election result. I doubt my ego will ever recover.....which may be for the best.

Moving forward, I will have no choice but to hope that this man proves himself worthy of the position he is now in. I'd be lying if I said I wasn't concerned. I must leave that concern aside. I will do as I have always done....support the office of the president...hope that he is successful, helps move the nation forward and earns a second term. I shall also, as always, be a source of loyal opposition when necessary.

Lone Laugher

Lome you and I have had some brutal post wars, but I want to thank you for this gracious post and hopefully we can find some common ground and Make America Great Again
 

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I, Lone Laugher, foolishly believed that the electorate would reject the unlikley candidacy of Donald Trump. I expressed this opinion in an arrogant and condescending manner...day after day...post after post. This, in spite of the fact that I had been wrong dozens of times since last June with regard to this candidate.

cereal_killer , on the other hand, read the tea leaves with the precision of a Lockheed Martin DAGR. He predicted a resounding victory for Trump and his supporters. He clearly grasped facts on the ground and understood the mood of the nation in ways that I couldn't possibly begin to understand.

I will forever question my own interpretation of how politicians are viewed by the electorate. I will struggle with the "hows" and 'whys" of this election result. I doubt my ego will ever recover.....which may be for the best.

Moving forward, I will have no choice but to hope that this man proves himself worthy of the position he is now in. I'd be lying if I said I wasn't concerned. I must leave that concern aside. I will do as I have always done....support the office of the president...hope that he is successful, helps move the nation forward and earns a second term. I shall also, as always, be a source of loyal opposition when necessary.

Lone Laugher
Way cool, way cool.
 

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How long do you need to carry that Avi?
I'll miss your hairy eyeball, LL
I got one. I suspect it'll be in demand a lot in the next year or two ----


It's basically how the rest of the entire world is looking at us right now.

I'm afraid to even look at how much the market has plunged. I wonder whether my investment broker is still in business or is about to fold faster than an Atlantic Shity casino....
Its actually up right now. Youll be suprised at how well he does
 

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I, Lone Laugher, foolishly believed that the electorate would reject the unlikley candidacy of Donald Trump. I expressed this opinion in an arrogant and condescending manner...day after day...post after post. This, in spite of the fact that I had been wrong dozens of times since last June with regard to this candidate.

cereal_killer , on the other hand, read the tea leaves with the precision of a Lockheed Martin DAGR. He predicted a resounding victory for Trump and his supporters. He clearly grasped facts on the ground and understood the mood of the nation in ways that I couldn't possibly begin to understand.

I will forever question my own interpretation of how politicians are viewed by the electorate. I will struggle with the "hows" and 'whys" of this election result. I doubt my ego will ever recover.....which may be for the best.

Moving forward, I will have no choice but to hope that this man proves himself worthy of the position he is now in. I'd be lying if I said I wasn't concerned. I must leave that concern aside. I will do as I have always done....support the office of the president...hope that he is successful, helps move the nation forward and earns a second term. I shall also, as always, be a source of loyal opposition when necessary.

Lone Laugher
What color is the end of your nose?

Anyone paying attention could have predicted this win. I did, as did many others. Not taking away from CK, but all you had to do was pop your head out and look at the 20000/200 polls. They were always spot on.
 

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I, Lone Laugher, foolishly believed that the electorate would reject the unlikley candidacy of Donald Trump. I expressed this opinion in an arrogant and condescending manner...day after day...post after post. This, in spite of the fact that I had been wrong dozens of times since last June with regard to this candidate.

cereal_killer , on the other hand, read the tea leaves with the precision of a Lockheed Martin DAGR. He predicted a resounding victory for Trump and his supporters. He clearly grasped facts on the ground and understood the mood of the nation in ways that I couldn't possibly begin to understand.

I will forever question my own interpretation of how politicians are viewed by the electorate. I will struggle with the "hows" and 'whys" of this election result. I doubt my ego will ever recover.....which may be for the best.

Moving forward, I will have no choice but to hope that this man proves himself worthy of the position he is now in. I'd be lying if I said I wasn't concerned. I must leave that concern aside. I will do as I have always done....support the office of the president...hope that he is successful, helps move the nation forward and earns a second term. I shall also, as always, be a source of loyal opposition when necessary.

Lone Laugher
Ive got more respect for you, RW, and candy corn. Yall were quick to lash someone but just as gracious and humble in defeat. Nothing but the best for yall.
 

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How long do you need to carry that Avi?
I'll miss your hairy eyeball, LL
I got one. I suspect it'll be in demand a lot in the next year or two ----


It's basically how the rest of the entire world is looking at us right now.

I'm afraid to even look at how much the market has plunged. I wonder whether my investment broker is still in business or is about to fold faster than an Atlantic Shity casino....
Pretty good visual of how I'm feeling at the moment.
 

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I, Lone Laugher, foolishly believed that the electorate would reject the unlikley candidacy of Donald Trump. I expressed this opinion in an arrogant and condescending manner...day after day...post after post. This, in spite of the fact that I had been wrong dozens of times since last June with regard to this candidate.

cereal_killer , on the other hand, read the tea leaves with the precision of a Lockheed Martin DAGR. He predicted a resounding victory for Trump and his supporters. He clearly grasped facts on the ground and understood the mood of the nation in ways that I couldn't possibly begin to understand.

I will forever question my own interpretation of how politicians are viewed by the electorate. I will struggle with the "hows" and 'whys" of this election result. I doubt my ego will ever recover.....which may be for the best.

Moving forward, I will have no choice but to hope that this man proves himself worthy of the position he is now in. I'd be lying if I said I wasn't concerned. I must leave that concern aside. I will do as I have always done....support the office of the president...hope that he is successful, helps move the nation forward and earns a second term. I shall also, as always, be a source of loyal opposition when necessary.

Lone Laugher
Good on you for this post LL, I sincerely thought this board would set itself on fire today. Looks like there are adults on this board after all.

Respect.
 

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I, Lone Laugher, foolishly believed that the electorate would reject the unlikley candidacy of Donald Trump. I expressed this opinion in an arrogant and condescending manner...day after day...post after post. This, in spite of the fact that I had been wrong dozens of times since last June with regard to this candidate.

cereal_killer , on the other hand, read the tea leaves with the precision of a Lockheed Martin DAGR. He predicted a resounding victory for Trump and his supporters. He clearly grasped facts on the ground and understood the mood of the nation in ways that I couldn't possibly begin to understand.

I will forever question my own interpretation of how politicians are viewed by the electorate. I will struggle with the "hows" and 'whys" of this election result. I doubt my ego will ever recover.....which may be for the best.

Moving forward, I will have no choice but to hope that this man proves himself worthy of the position he is now in. I'd be lying if I said I wasn't concerned. I must leave that concern aside. I will do as I have always done....support the office of the president...hope that he is successful, helps move the nation forward and earns a second term. I shall also, as always, be a source of loyal opposition when necessary.

Lone Laugher
You're a better man than I - I'm still working on getting to this point :)
 

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I, Lone Laugher, foolishly believed that the electorate would reject the unlikley candidacy of Donald Trump. I expressed this opinion in an arrogant and condescending manner...day after day...post after post. This, in spite of the fact that I had been wrong dozens of times since last June with regard to this candidate.

cereal_killer , on the other hand, read the tea leaves with the precision of a Lockheed Martin DAGR. He predicted a resounding victory for Trump and his supporters. He clearly grasped facts on the ground and understood the mood of the nation in ways that I couldn't possibly begin to understand.

I will forever question my own interpretation of how politicians are viewed by the electorate. I will struggle with the "hows" and 'whys" of this election result. I doubt my ego will ever recover.....which may be for the best.

Moving forward, I will have no choice but to hope that this man proves himself worthy of the position he is now in. I'd be lying if I said I wasn't concerned. I must leave that concern aside. I will do as I have always done....support the office of the president...hope that he is successful, helps move the nation forward and earns a second term. I shall also, as always, be a source of loyal opposition when necessary.

Lone Laugher
Ive got more respect for you, RW, and candy corn. Yall were quick to lash someone but just as gracious and humble in defeat. Nothing but the best for yall.
But how long will it hold up? I say 48 hrs. tops.
 

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I, Lone Laugher, foolishly believed that the electorate would reject the unlikley candidacy of Donald Trump. I expressed this opinion in an arrogant and condescending manner...day after day...post after post. This, in spite of the fact that I had been wrong dozens of times since last June with regard to this candidate.

cereal_killer , on the other hand, read the tea leaves with the precision of a Lockheed Martin DAGR. He predicted a resounding victory for Trump and his supporters. He clearly grasped facts on the ground and understood the mood of the nation in ways that I couldn't possibly begin to understand.

I will forever question my own interpretation of how politicians are viewed by the electorate. I will struggle with the "hows" and 'whys" of this election result. I doubt my ego will ever recover.....which may be for the best.

Moving forward, I will have no choice but to hope that this man proves himself worthy of the position he is now in. I'd be lying if I said I wasn't concerned. I must leave that concern aside. I will do as I have always done....support the office of the president...hope that he is successful, helps move the nation forward and earns a second term. I shall also, as always, be a source of loyal opposition when necessary.

Lone Laugher

I respect how you handled this. I mean that sincerely. And since you have been decent.....I will be decent as well. I both liked and respected Trump, Clinton, and Obama's comments since the election result was announced.

All three showed class and it was appreciated. :thup:
 

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How long do you need to carry that Avi?
I'll miss your hairy eyeball, LL
I got one. I suspect it'll be in demand a lot in the next year or two ----


It's basically how the rest of the entire world is looking at us right now.

I'm afraid to even look at how much the market has plunged. I wonder whether my investment broker is still in business or is about to fold faster than an Atlantic Shity casino....


The market is now at an all time high. Happy days are here again Pogo. Please.....try to relax and enjoy. :)
 

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