who can type the loudest....

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rascal
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Re: who can type the loudest....

Post by rascal »

The original poster wrote:

"By the way, of all the posters I have read and seen on this website so far, i do not think anyone of any political viewpoint (right or left; republican or democrat; trump or Biden) is going to convert or convince anyone to change their views based on what is being said, and how it is being said on here..."

I completely agree with this thought. Furthermore, all of the respected national polls show that the undecided vote is minimal, compared with 2016 and previous presidential election years --- and this is two full months before the election!

To my way of thinking, this is not a positive thing. It means that the two sides are so firmly locked into their viewpoints that they will not listen or consider anyone else's ideas or opinions.

America is polarized like never before, and that is sad.

Thomas Jefferson: "I may not agree with what you have to say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it."

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Post by seemoreroyals »

rascal wrote:
Fri Sep 04, 2020 8:26 am
The original poster wrote:

"By the way, of all the posters I have read and seen on this website so far, i do not think anyone of any political viewpoint (right or left; republican or democrat; trump or Biden) is going to convert or convince anyone to change their views based on what is being said, and how it is being said on here..."

I completely agree with this thought. Furthermore, all of the respected national polls show that the undecided vote is minimal, compared with 2016 and previous presidential election years --- and this is two full months before the election!

To my way of thinking, this is not a positive thing. It means that the two sides are so firmly locked into their viewpoints that they will not listen or consider anyone else's ideas or opinions.

America is polarized like never before, and that is sad.

Thomas Jefferson: "I may not agree with what you have to say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it."
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OTABILL
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Post by OTABILL »

rascal wrote:
Fri Sep 04, 2020 8:26 am
The original poster wrote:

"By the way, of all the posters I have read and seen on this website so far, i do not think anyone of any political viewpoint (right or left; republican or democrat; trump or Biden) is going to convert or convince anyone to change their views based on what is being said, and how it is being said on here..."

I completely agree with this thought. Furthermore, all of the respected national polls show that the undecided vote is minimal, compared with 2016 and previous presidential election years --- and this is two full months before the election!

To my way of thinking, this is not a positive thing. It means that the two sides are so firmly locked into their viewpoints that they will not listen or consider anyone else's ideas or opinions.

America is polarized like never before, and that is sad.

Thomas Jefferson: "I may not agree with what you have to say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it."
Not Jefferson, but Voltaire.

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Post by billryan »

OTABILL wrote:
Fri Sep 04, 2020 10:23 am
rascal wrote:
Fri Sep 04, 2020 8:26 am
The original poster wrote:

"By the way, of all the posters I have read and seen on this website so far, i do not think anyone of any political viewpoint (right or left; republican or democrat; trump or Biden) is going to convert or convince anyone to change their views based on what is being said, and how it is being said on here..."

I completely agree with this thought. Furthermore, all of the respected national polls show that the undecided vote is minimal, compared with 2016 and previous presidential election years --- and this is two full months before the election!

To my way of thinking, this is not a positive thing. It means that the two sides are so firmly locked into their viewpoints that they will not listen or consider anyone else's ideas or opinions.

America is polarized like never before, and that is sad.

Thomas Jefferson: "I may not agree with what you have to say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it."
Not Jefferson, but Voltaire.
Sure, but Voltaire said it in French. Tommy Jefferson said it in English.

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Post by rockinrobin »

jimmytootimez wrote:
Thu Sep 03, 2020 3:54 pm
reading and familiarizing myself with all the stuff posted in this portion of the forum really has me baffled. I see a handful of posters in particular seem to be resident "trolls" determined to type the loudest the same exact message or theme over and over and over and over and over.....and over and over and over.........................and over and over and.....

can one of the trolls answer a really basic question? if you truly and honestly hate "dems" and "Libs" and anyone who doesn't blindly adhere to the ever-changing Trumpublican viewpoint, if you honestly think that trump and the current version of republican positions is what will ensure "Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness" for ALL citizens of the USA (repeat, ALL citizens)....then why in almighty God's name are you trolling and bombarding a website devoted to the easygoing laid back hobby (for some of us) of videopoker? it is a fair honest question....

please note, I do notice there seems to be one or two posters who are often advocating a democrat point of view, but they do not come near the level of "trolling" that the republican trump club does. By the way, of all the posters I have read and seen on this website so far, i do not think anyone of any political viewpoint (right or left; republican or democrat; trump or Biden) is going to convert or convince anyone to change their views based on what is being said, and how it is being said on here...
Spot on!

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Post by tech58 »

billryan wrote:
Fri Sep 04, 2020 12:18 am
Isn't it nice to be welcomed so warmly?
Thank you. :up:

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Post by tech58 »

A little humor to break it up.
The name of this thread reminded me of a Dilbert a while back.
Dilbert suggest to the boss that he text someone about missing a meeting.
He tells him to put the message in all caps. because the guy is hard of hearing.

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Post by AngelCanada »

again, just wow

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Post by davidearl »

:lol: Who types the loudest? At my casino, it's the Keno players. DING DING DING DING for hours and hours. :lol:

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Post by billryan »

everyone knows Dems and libs are girly-men who work in less masculine jobs and have sawft hands.
Neo cons are real men, ditch diggers and sanitation engineers whose hands reflect the manly work they do, so of course they type harder and louder.

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