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DIAFplease

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Since we have been given free reign to fight. LET'S DO THIS.

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After Kanye's embarrassing debacle yesterday, one would think he'd slink back to the Kardashian Kompound and eat banana pudding while watching hardcore porn in the living room (true story), but no! He went to an Apple store, stood on a table and showed his ass some more.

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The whole scenario seems a bit surreal, and Jenkins says it concluded when West left the store, telling the crowd he was “going to Africa.” Nobody at the Apple Store appeared to have any prior knowledge of this event, or really any idea what had just transpired for that matter.

Apple Store employees wouldn’t comment on why Kanye was there, except one under his breath.​
Me: “Why was Kanye here?”​
Him: “Man, I think just being extra.”​
"I like him a lot, he's been a friend of mine, I've known him for a long time," Trump told "Fox & Friends" during a phone interview Thursday. "He's a very different kind of a guy, I say that in a very positive way . . . those that are in the music business say he's a genius and that's OK with me."

The crazy train is off the rails, folks! Hold on to your seats!
 

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DIAFplease

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Ahhhhh, makes perfect sense now (as much as it can). Kanye suggested that Apple should build an hydrogen-powered iPlane and trump should replace Air Force One with it. He showed him the design on his iphone (his password was 0000) then went and did his little dance at the Apple store.
 
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JackBurton

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It really is quite sick what society keeps doing to Kanye West. I fucking hate the idiot, but even I can see how wrong and vile it is for people to continue to exploit what is clearly a severely mentally ill man. Why have no mental health advocacy groups spoken out against all of this? Now we got the president himself intentionally creating some circus sideshow laugh fest with him. He could have at least had the decency to do this as a closed room, no media meetup. Really blows my mind how society seems completely okay with creating all these situations to expose and ridicule a man as he helplessly rambles on incoherently due to his profound mental defects.
 

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DIAFplease

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People have been saying, he's crazy, that this is wrong and exploitive but it doesn't matter much like nothing trump does matters. Kanye is one step away from declaring the world flat, that's what level he is on right now. I just watched a video of by Diplo (DJ or producer or whatever) and he was at a party where Kanye had rented out the entire hotel. He came in with Kim (who was still married to the basketball dude) and said "I am going to marry Kim Kardashian, be a fashion designer and become president" and everyone just looked at him in silence.

Welp, he's done 2 of the 3.
 

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JackBurton

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People have been saying, he's crazy, that this is wrong and exploitive but it doesn't matter much like nothing trump does matters. Kanye is one step away from declaring the world flat, that's what level he is on right now. I just watched a video of by Diplo (DJ or producer or whatever) and he was at a party where Kanye had rented out the entire hotel. He came in with Kim (who was still married to the basketball dude) and said "I am going to marry Kim Kardashian, be a fashion designer and become president" and everyone just looked at him in silence.

Welp, he's done 2 of the 3.
It's not just President Trump who has shown a lack of care or concern for this mans mental illness though. Kanye West shows up all over the fucking place, and all these people encourage and even create situations for his nutbaggery to be exploited for ratings and laughs and so forth. And WHEN(and it's rare)the media acknowledges the man is insane, that only comes AFTER they will first report and criticize how bizarre and nonsensical or innappriopriate his antics are. They drag him through the mud over all this incomprehensible nonsense that is a clearlycut symptom/result of his mental defects, and THEN go, "he is legitimately mentally ill btw"

It's like mocking a schizophrenic person for hearing shit that aint there and then going, "it is understandable why he's such an odd duck though, he is sick afterall".

It's just so twisted and backassward and I genuinely can not understand how society continues to sit back and allow it to happen. Do people love Kanye West so much that they refuse to stop tuning in, instead hoping to send the message, "Were big fans Kanye West, but we hate seeing you do this to yourself, we hate seeing you taken advantage of." Do people who hate the man hate him so much that they dont care a sick man is being exploited and love the shitshow no matter what larger statement it all says about how our nation responds to and cares about the mentally ill???

It's all so mindblowing.
 

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It's not like he's an island, he's got a very large, very wealthy family. He's said time and again that he rarely ever sleeps. Why have they not had him commited? Ratings maybe? Followers?
That's the awful thing is it sounds like he may have actually attempted to get help. There was that business a couple years ago where he sought seclusion in wyoming of all places. Was around that time period where news broke about his bipolar diagnosis(which he has now asserted was incorrect, smart guy). There no doubt was some sort of intervention that occurred during all that weirdness.

Kinda troubling his family, IF they are aware of anything or concerned in the slightest, havent spoken out. Have a great opportunity to raise awareness for the mentally ill, for acceptance of it and to encourage folks to get help, but instead they permit this cryptic, "seeking seclusion in Wyoming" stories and sitting idly by why hes wigging out like he does, even now letting him go on about how he doesnt have a problem outside of not getting quite enough sleep. It's all so disturbing.
 

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DIAFplease

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I am not sure how true it is but I read that there were cameras there at the debacle filming specifically for Keeping up with the Kardashians.
 

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It's not like he's an island, he's got a very large, very wealthy family. He's said time and again that he rarely ever sleeps. Why have they not had him commited? Ratings maybe? Followers?
160 million in net worth.
That is the motivation.
The guy is a mess and I refused to watch what CNN's Don Lemon called a "minstral show".
I tend to think that was an apt discription.

It wasn't cute, clever, brilliant, funny.
It was a mentally ill person being showcased for political gain.
Sure it won't be the last time.
 

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Siobhan

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It's not like he's an island, he's got a very large, very wealthy family. He's said time and again that he rarely ever sleeps. Why have they not had him commited? Ratings maybe? Followers?
The barely sleeping is a major symptom of bipolar disorder.
The manic episode can keep you up for over 24 hrs at a time (I'm on 28 hrs w/out sleep atm), I suspect that he doesn't take prescribed medications, as he expresses little/seldom sleeping is a constant action in his life. Medications would better help to regulate a normal 24 hr wake/sleep cycle for him, in addition to his "running thoughts".
That's where you'll hit one topic and get sidetracked repeatedly as your mind connects certain words together; ie: "the foot bone's connected to the ankle bone, that's connected to the leg bone..." etc..
I cycle in non-24, and have had insomnia issues since I was about 11, so my days and nights are often reversed. I have a 24+ awake day about once a month, partially due to being unable to turn my mind off, or when I'm flameworking with glass or working on my music, etc. I get lost in what I'm doing and won't stop until I'm finished or too exhausted to keep going. But those are still considered manic episodes, even though my diagnosis is clinical depression.

There is no perfect medication that makes everything happy and ever joyful, but once a patient is on the right medication(s) at the best therapeutic dosage for them, then you're on a much more even keel mood/sleep/stress wise, and of the crazy rollercoaster ride.

Kanye may also have what's known as "rapid cycling bipolar" where his thoughts and manic depressive episodes are on a constant high speed rollercoaster, rapidly bringing him up to the sky then almost to the ground, and that can cycle anywhere from a few hours to a few minutes for some patients.
He ran with his "2nd opinion" diagnosis because it was easier to accept than the 1st diagnosis, but IMO, he should really see a few more specialists to be certain he's got a more precise idea of what he has to deal with in order to get himself into a healthier and more rational state of mind, without the rambling, sidetracked rants and instant topic changes from racing thoughts.
 

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lithiumgirl

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@Siobhan ... really ?

All I heard him say is that he's over worked, but rich thank God, and that sleep deprivation is harmful to EVERYBODY's health, and that Americans are working to hard for their money and that they don't have a healthy Work/ life balance, but that everything will be fine because he's got a superman hat that says MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN ... including CHICAGO!
 

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lithiumgirl

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Its not a flight of ideas ... its what I heard.

And so did everyone else, even if you or they, didn't like his delivery very much.
 

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Siobhan

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Perfect example of the flight of ideas the previous poster commented on
Kanye is a man of such enormous wealth that he can well afford to take a very long extended time off if he thinks "working too hard" is the major contributing factor to his sleeplessness, in addition to being able to afford the finest Dr.'s in the mental and neurological fields to see/help him, and who can also afford to travel to said Dr.'s, without any fears whatsoever of making even the tiniest dent in his net financial savings or wealth..
His wild 45+ minutes of endless winding, topic jumping, repetition and bizarre rants complete with table thumping can easily be viewed, as the entire meeting was recorded by various news organizations.

ETA: The reason actor Eric Millegan (Zack Addy's character) left the series "Bones" was due to his having problems with controlling his rapid cycling bipolar condition, even with several medications.
Unfortunately, he has very rapid cycling that changes every few minutes, making it highly difficult for him to concentrate on his character and lines.
 
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lithiumgirl

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bi -polar ... that's like the go to diagnosis these days.
They tried to slap that label on me but I was like ... WRONG ... cocaine me ... regular me ! Guess which one was more fucked up ?


HINT: Regular me.
 

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ETA: The reason actor Eric Millegan (Zack Addy's character) left the series "Bones" was due to his having problems with controlling his rapid cycling bipolar condition, even with several medications.
Unfortunately, he has very rapid cycling that changes every few minutes, making it highly difficult for him to concentrate on his character and lines.
haha ... it bet you that's a situational mental illness ... on account that, some people are just crazy and other times people get driven there.
 

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Prettypink513

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It really is quite sick what society keeps doing to Kanye West. I fucking hate the idiot, but even I can see how wrong and vile it is for people to continue to exploit what is clearly a severely mentally ill man. Why have no mental health advocacy groups spoken out against all of this? Now we got the president himself intentionally creating some circus sideshow laugh fest with him. He could have at least had the decency to do this as a closed room, no media meetup. Really blows my mind how society seems completely okay with creating all these situations to expose and ridicule a man as he helplessly rambles on incoherently due to his profound mental defects.
And the smug look on DJT's face the whole time made me want to vomit. Just sad
 

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Victoria

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More falsehoods proclaimed by the liar ln chief.


The economy
“The U.S. economy is growing almost twice as fast today as when I took office, and we are considered far and away the hottest economy anywhere in the world.”
This is false.


The American economy expanded at an annual rate of 3.5 percent in the third quarter of 2018. Growth in Latvia and Poland was almost twice as fast. Same for China and India. Even the troubled Greek economy posted stronger growth. And a wide range of economic analysts estimate that the growth of the American economy slowed in the fourth quarter, and slowed even further in the first month of 2019.

“My administration has cut more regulations in a short period of time than any other administration during its entire tenure.”
This is false.


The Trump administration has slowed the pace of adopting new rules, and it has moved to roll back some existing or proposed federal regulations, particularly in the area of environmental protection. The White House claimed that as of October, a total of $33 billion worth of future regulator costs had been eliminated. But experts say the scale of the rollbacks in the Trump era still does not exceed extensive cuts in federal rules during the Carter and Reagan administrations, when rules governing airline, truck and rail transportation were wiped off the books, among other changes.

“We have created 5.3 million new jobs and importantly added 600,000 new manufacturing jobs — something which almost everyone said was impossible to do, but the fact is, we are just getting started.”
This is false.


The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that since January 2017, when Mr. Trump took office, the economy has added 4.9 million jobs, including 454,000 jobs manufacturing jobs. Far from being “impossible,” that is closely comparable to the pace of job creation during some two-year periods during the Obama administration, and significantly slower than the pace of job creation in manufacturing in the 1990s.

“More people are working now than at any time in our history.”
This is misleading.


While the total number of people working in the United States is higher than ever, it is not because of the president’s policies. It is because more people than ever live in the United States.

Immigration
“The border city of El Paso, Tex., used to have extremely high rates of violent crime — one of the highest in the entire country, and considered one of our nation’s most dangerous cities. Now, immediately upon its building, with a powerful barrier in place, El Paso is one of the safest cities in our country.”
This is false.


El Paso was never one of the most dangerous cities in the United States, and crime has been declining in cities across the country — not just El Paso — for reasons that have nothing to do with border fencing. In 2008, before border barriers had been completed in El Paso, the city had the second-lowest violent crime rate among more than 20 similarly sized cities. In 2010, after the fencing went up, it held that place.

“San Diego used to have the most illegal border crossings in our country. In response, a strong security wall was put in place. This powerful barrier almost completely ended illegal crossings.”
This is misleading.


Border apprehensions decreased by 91 percent in the San Diego sector between the 1994 fiscal year, right after the original border fencing was completed, to the 2018 fiscal year. But, according to the Congressional Research Service, that fence alone “did not have a discernible impact” on the number of immigrants crossing the border into the United States illegally.
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“As we speak, large, organized caravans are on the march to the United States.”
This is exaggerated.


At the end of January, a new caravan of thousands of migrants from Central America was headed north, and some of the travelers said they intended to try to cross into the United States. But many in the caravan have said they plan to remain in Mexico, thanks in part to policies put in place by the new Mexican government. President Andrés Manuel López Obrador has made it easier for Central Americans to get visas and work in Mexico. President Trump’s warnings of an imminent invasion from new caravans is overstated.

“I hope you can pass the U.S.M.C.A. into law, so we can bring back our manufacturing jobs in even greater numbers, expanding American agriculture, protecting intellectual property, and ensuring that more cars are proudly stamped with the four beautiful words: Made in the U.S.A.”
This is exaggerated.

The revised trade deal with Canada and Mexico, known as the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement, does include provisions that are intended to bring manufacturing jobs back to the United States — like minimum wage provisions for some auto manufacturing. But some economists have said those provisions could ultimately push more manufacturing — and jobs — outside North America. The deal does allow American farmers to sell more dairy products to Canada. But the trade pact has yet to be approved by Congress, and both Democrats and Republicans say that is unlikely to happen without significant changes.

"When I took office, ISIS controlled more than 20,000 square miles in Iraq and Syria. Just two years ago. Today, we have liberated virtually all of the territory from the grip of these bloodthirsty monsters.”
This is true, but


The Defense Department reports that the Islamic State now controls only around 20 square miles of territory in Syria, down from 34,000 in 2014. But many of the gains against the Sunni extremist caliphate began under President Barack Obama, with the Trump administration continuing Obama administration policy. And the top American military commander in the Middle East told a Senate hearing on Tuesday that the Islamic State could return if the United States and its allies abandoned the fight. In December, Mr. Trump announced he was withdrawing American troops from Syria.

“We condemn the brutality of the Maduro regime, whose socialist policies have turned that nation from being the wealthiest in South America into a state of abject poverty and despair.”
This is misleading.


This has become a popular talking point among American conservatives. It is true that the rule of President Nicolás Maduro of Venezuela has brought that country to economic ruin. Inflation is at astronomical rates, and ordinary people are struggling to get basic food and health supplies. Three million citizens have fled. Some of the collapse can be traced to Mr. Maduro’s economic policies, which do fall under the broad label of socialism. But analysts say that corruption, the lack of rule of law and the absence of democracy — all the hallmarks of a dictatorship — have played just as big or larger roles.

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“If I had not been elected president of the United States, we would right now, in my opinion, be in a major war with North Korea."
There is no evidence.


In 2016, at the end of the Obama administration, there was no sign that the United States and North Korea were about to go to war, though Pyongyang had been conducting nuclear tests and Mr. Obama had continued economic sanctions. In Mr. Trump’s first year in office, he increased tensions with North Korea by attacking its leader, Kim Jong-un, in a series of Twitter posts, which prompted hostile statements from Pyongyang. Mr. Trump wrote that North Korea’s actions would be met with “fire and fury” and called Mr. Kim “Little Rocket Man.” Analysts said at the time that the chances of war between the two nations had grown because of these exchanges.

“Lawmakers in New York cheered with delight upon the passage of legislation that would allow a baby to be ripped from the mother’s womb moments from birth.”
This is misleading.


On Jan. 22, the 46th anniversary of the Supreme Court’s landmark decision Roe v. Wade, Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo, Democrat of New York, signed the Reproductive Health Act. The new law ensures a woman’s right to an abortion in New York if Roe v. Wade were to be overturned. It does not broadly allow abortions until shortly before birth, as Mr. Trump suggested. Instead, it will allow for an abortion after 24 weeks to protect the mother’s health or if the fetus is not viable. Under the prior law, abortions were allowed after 24 weeks only if the woman’s life was in jeopardy.
“We had the case of the governor of Virginia where he stated he would execute a baby after birth.”
This is false.

In an interview last month, Gov. Ralph Northam said that he supported a late-term abortion bill that would loosen restrictions on the procedure, and allow women to consult with a doctor on an abortion up to, but not including, the time of birth.
The governor, a pediatric neurologist, also talked about some of the dangerous medical emergencies that pregnant women could face, such as carrying a nonviable fetus. He said that in such a case, the mother would deliver the infant and then, “the infant would be resuscitated if that’s what the mother and the family desired, and then a discussion would ensue between the physicians and the mother.” While Mr. Northam was talking about an end-of-life care discussion in the case of a child that would not live, Republicans seized on his remarks as evidence that Mr. Northam supported killing babies after their birth.

 
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Knox

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Peers in, looks around, She cleans up quick!! :cigar: Glad she's back in business!

@Victoria Awesome first post to bring her back to life!!
 

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DIAFplease

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I didn't watch a second of it and hadn't really listened to any of the commentary. I know it's all bullshit so I am not going to waste my time. My mind's been on other things lately anyway. :kiss:

Wake me when Mueller's report comes out!
 

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Knox

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I didn't watch a second of it and hadn't really listened to any of the commentary. I know it's all bullshit so I am not going to waste my time. My mind's been on other things lately anyway. :kiss:

Wake me when Mueller's report comes out!
You go girl!! I didn't watch a second of it either. I can't watch him. I know I've said it before, but he makes my skin crawl and I feel like I need a rape shower. I am going to find Stacey Abrams rebuttal and watch that though. And have you seen the pic of Speaker Pelosi doing the "Fuck You Clap" as they're calling it? It's Awesome!!

And yeah, I wish I had me some of what you're having that's keeping you so distracted!! :kiss:
 

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Victoria

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House Intel votes to send witness transcripts to Mueller for possible perjury charges

The House Intelligence Committee voted on Wednesday to send dozens of witness interview transcripts from its Russia investigation to special counsel Robert Mueller, who could use them to prosecute potential instances of perjury.

It’s the first act of the intelligence panel under the leadership of Chairman Adam Schiff (D-Calif.), who has vowed to revive the committee’s investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election. Mueller has already prosecuted some Trump associates for lying to Congress.

“The special counsel’s office, the Justice Department and its elements will now have access to those transcripts for any purpose which will facilitate justice,” Schiff told reporters after the committee’s vote, adding that the transcripts will be sent to Mueller’s investigators immediately.

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Knox

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I am. However, I never watch him. He makes my skin crawl. Seriously. But I am all about finding several different news sites to get all the actual important info. I don't need to listen him yammer on saying how great he is.
 

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