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dannyhatch 03-31-2016 05:49 PM

2356: High Steaks
 
with Tim Dillon and Ralph Sutton Ė Timís grandma died; why music tastes change; the handicap of being tall; working as a strip club DJ; Ralph was a teenage hacker; your spring menu; the Jesus Shot; Timís political views; KATG poll results

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Ralph Sutton
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Tim Dillon
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FingerLakes 04-01-2016 02:27 AM

What Tim meant is the dudes on Grindr (especially in NYC) ignore you or attack you depending on how much of a cunt they are, if you're fat.

Tim has never sounded like more of an Italian Long Islander as when he started defending Trump

therewillbesnacks 04-01-2016 06:52 AM

On the defense contractor thing - the issue was only about where to situate the F-35 planes, whether in South Carolina, Florida or Vermont. The planes had already been built by that time, and that wasn't what Bernie was voting on. His vote was to bring in more jobs in Burlington by supporting the military industrial complex. Is it hypocritical when a huge point of his campaign is about railing against the defense industry? Yes, but I can understand where he's coming from with that decision. And that's one of the few blunders of his political career. Another one being his support of the 1994 crime bill that ended up incarcerating a disproportionate amount of minorities (which Hillary supported too, to be fair). Although he explains his decision in detail on his own website.
https://berniesanders.com/press-rele...en-provisions/

The reasons why I want him to be president far overpower any small amount of political blunders he's had over the course of 30+ years. It'll be a million years before we get a candidate who is 100% perfect and right on absolutely every issue. I think Elizabeth Warren is about as close as we can get, but she ain't running and I don't think she will (assuming a Rep. doesn't take office, which won't happen).

On his campaign, Chemda & Tim are both right. It's the media's fault for giving Bernie only a fraction of air-time and misleading viewers with inaccurate figures, and it's complete understandable considering their corporate interests. I guarantee you that if they gave him and the other main candidates all equal air-time with actual facts, he would be in the lead right now. In 2008, Obama had only been a first-term senator, and Clinton was the assumed frontrunner. But because he wasn't a threat to the establishment (in fact he took even more money from super PACs than Hillary), they gave him plenty of attention and he came out on top by the end of the primaries. He would have also been the first black president, which obviously helped a lot. That being said, Tim's right in that the Sanders campaign should have taken the media more into consideration. If he doesn't end up winning, both are at fault, sad as it may be. Although to Bernie's credit, he could have run as an Independent (which was his affiliation for decades), but he would have gotten 0 media attention, so he decided to run on the Democratic ticket. That, at least, was a smart decision.

Something to consider: latest NY poll has him 12 points behind (42-54). That's up 20-something from the last one, and it's a reliable poll. He doesn't need to blow out NY, he doesn't even need to win. If he's within 10 points, he's still be within reach of the nom. But just as a warning: Chemda, Keith & everyone else voting on April 19th; check your registration status. The Clinton camp & the NY Democratic Committee will pull anything to secure her the win, and I'm already seeing reports of people being de-registered from Democrat, the same exact thing that happened in Arizona. Check it out, yo:
https://voterlookup.elections.state.ny.us/

therewillbesnacks 04-01-2016 06:56 AM

But yeah, gay porn is just as weird as straight porn, only the acting is slightly better. My bed frame has more passion than some of those bimbos.

thirteen 04-01-2016 07:45 AM

Tim Dillon is one of my favourite KATG guests. Ridiculous, yet hilarious.

Dean from Australia 04-01-2016 08:45 AM

I watch a lot of lesbian porn. Is that weird? Because I think it's weird but I still get off on it more than straight porn.

Ralph Sutton sounds like a wanker...but what do I know.

LostAgain 04-01-2016 10:27 AM

2356: High Stakes
 
I do not understand why the picture of Mrs Trump with the caption "Do you want this as your first lady?" is supposed to make my want to support Cruz.
The first lady really only has the job of keeping the President happy behind the scenes (someone to talk to, bounce ideas off, etc).
If she is good looking, that is just a bonus when the First Family is preforming official duties with other world leaders.

If you are making your decision for president based on who they are married to, not married to, or they are dating. I would rather you just not vote.

I have never voted for a Democrat for President, but if this was 1960 (before I was born), and I was basing my decision on the wife, I would have voted for Kennedy.

The Girl 04-01-2016 10:45 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by LostAgain (Post 851870)
I do not understand why the picture of Mrs Trump with the caption "Do you want this as your first lady?" is supposed to make my want to support Cruz.


He was targeting Utah which is a very conservative state with lots of Mormons.
The picture was put out around the time they voted.

89vision 04-01-2016 10:53 AM

Tim Dillon is the greatest. Filet mignon is tasteless, I'll take a new york or ribeye any day of the week. I do like Ruth's Chris though, only because there is a shortage of high end steak houses in my area.

Eric M 04-01-2016 10:59 AM

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Love Tim but he's so silly calling the race far before its over. Bernie will probably win every single state thats left. Just like Obama did in 08. All thats left are Western and Northeastern progressive and delegate rich states like you guys that are going to vote for him.


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