The Trumpster speaks.....

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  1. basicstrategy777, May 6, 2018

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    So........you won't build me my wall to protect my country from those filthy illegal rapists and killers....I'll fix that shit............Heading to the border.........


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    You had to know when they did the tax cut first jack shit was going to be built.
     
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  3. Settingcanthurt, May 6, 2018

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    May not need to build anything if North Korea makes nice next week. Could bring home the best Border guards in the world.
     
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    mexico will pay for it before that happens.
     
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  5. crispcem, May 7, 2018

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    The wall is being built.
    https://www.elpasotimes.com/story/n...ard-wall-construction-santa-teresa/498773002/

    Tax cut means jack shit. You got a budget/funding with no strings attached, you move the money where you need it. Military could easily build this thing, put the national guard to work, hell, I'll fund AND build a portion of it myself even if it's one square foot. If I had my way it would be razor wire and a one mile landmine zone.

    You risk your life in some of these areas where illegals are drug running. God forbid you're out for a walk on your own property or on BLM land hiking and you run across illegals. They are ARMED and you had better be also. The three S'es apply in that situation, as far as I'm concerned.

    Come live in my sanctuary state shithole and you'll discover that Mexicans/Central Americans are not to able to hold their liquor (or keep their dicks in their own pants) and drive the roads safely = major carnage and families wiped out in one crash (you don't drive out by Woodburn/Canby/Mt. Angel on weekend nights) Illegal, no insurance, no driver's license (but they have a fake one) and boom, you've just lost another American born citizen (s), cut down in life by some drunk, stinking pos who has no care or respect in the world for you or your family or the USA. They only care about their free ride on the gravy train of welfare, health care and sanctuary city perks these 'anointed ones' are offered by our despicable lawbreaking lunatic governors. Rapists, murderers, pedophiles, drug runners, identity theft and tax return scammers, yeah, we've got the cream of illegals.
     
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  6. Settingcanthurt, May 7, 2018

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    I count 48. May have taken my eye's off for a sec
    My oldest brother was run over at the age of 11 in 1954, by a Mexican migrant drunk leaving a bar. Changed the lives of my whole family. I was too young to know but I talked with my brothers and now understand by looking back how my Mom and Dads lives from then were molded. I do not hold it against every Mexican blood born here or not. But I do know of what you speak. Someday I would love to go thru the archives of the case and pursue.
     
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  7. crispcem, May 8, 2018

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    Sorry to hear that. Life's hard enough without adding a senseless early death of a loved one to it. Death leaves a hole in our heart, but I do believe we meet again...

    'Lest anyone here start thinking I'm some raging bigot, my first kiss sweetheart was a Mexican boy in the city I lived and attended school in - IN MEXICO. I know a thing or two about culture south of the border, as well as in many other countries I've lived in and adapted to (all done legally). I learned the languages, adopted clothing styles and 'proper' behavior for women in those countries, minded my p's and q's. And these countries had very strict protocol for residency and absolutely went after illegal aliens. Duh. My anger is with illegal aliens and violent illegal aliens, and the US politico scum who coddle and enable these lawbreakers for simple illegal voting heft at the polls and easy virtue signalling points.

    One problematic thing most Americans do is think that people the world-over think just like them, want the same things, have the same culture, morals, values, ethics etc. They don't. Most people and politicians (notice I don't put them in the 'human' category) have never stepped foot outside the US, or for any length of time, giving them a real experience of the nation they're visiting in order to have an understanding of who they are potentially dealing with.

    There are good and bad people all over the world, and there are varying degrees of what is seen as socially acceptable, moral, 'fair game' across the globe. Sadly, most countries I've lived in for extended periods of time have a society and everyday culture that is partially shaped by a mix of military or religious 'regimes' combined with rampant corruption that produces people who are less than honest, less than truthful and where life is pretty damn cheap. Most Americans in the USA have no idea how great this country is - and how close we are to losing what has made us great. You don't know what you've got til it's gone.
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  8. yacraps, May 8, 2018

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    ANOTHER AMAZING POST...;)
     
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    I'm curious. Which countries have you surfed in?
    Me, it's The U.S(east coast only), Mexico, and Costa Rica.
     
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  10. crispcem, May 8, 2018

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    Don't want to out myself too much here lol...a partial list:
    Hawaii
    Mexico
    Brasil
    Argentina
    Mainland US West Coast
    Some vague areas on another continent where the locals might think you're a witch for gliding over the water ;)

    Nothing beats Pacific swells. I think you'd have to paddle out during a hurricane on the East coast to duplicate the power packed into one square yard of Pacific wave tonnage.
    Ever surf with a bay closing out on the big sets and a foot of foam on top the water? It's really fun when you've been held under by a sneaker set until your lungs are ready to burst, surface to get a breath of air before the next wave pounds your ass into the coral heads - and you suck foam. :D
    Good Times!
     
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  11. badddoin, May 8, 2018

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    Hey, thanks for answering. I appreciate it.

    I absolutely agree with Pacific swell rocking. Entirely different animal than Lake Atlantic.

    Plenty sucks about being unhealthy, but surfing is the only activity I mourn.
     
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  12. crispcem, May 8, 2018

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    What do you mean "unhealthy"? Just old age coming on? I had to give up surfing years ago - too much work, too many travels - and will probably never paddle out again though I do swim. Not sure about that though. It's kind of hard to get excited about surfing when you've surfed the now known 'secret spots',when you would be the only one out, and now the lineup is 50 deep. Not going there and no one wants to see a middle-aged broad in the lineup. I have plenty of good memories to take me into old age -the ocean taught me alot about life. Forever grateful.

    If you can't get out anymore, maybe there's something else that can fill in. Pistol shooting does that for me, similar thing with timing and concentration. Surfing is a one-man show so anything that pits you against the elements would be good. Golf is also similar. Breath, timing, calculations of wind direction and speed, aiming at a distant target, swing, etc. I've had to put my energy into other sports. Even if you plunk a ball around a sand course, it's mentally stimulating and the fresh air is great. As I get older and my life changes I've had to find new passions to take the place of the old. Hey lol, even stamp collecting has its place buahahah! Oh. And there's my budding new Craps Fascination! I haven't hit the casino again since my first foray but my focus is on the Preakness and Belmont now. Once those are out of the way I can get back to the dice ;) Surfers are a special breed though; keeps the body healthy, hands your ass right back to you if you start getting cocky.
     
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  13. yacraps, May 8, 2018

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    I fished this bank for 5 years..the videoo dosent do justice to how big it can really get..all I know there were days when I would say to myself what the freak am I doing here and I was in a boat...and you guys want to be on a board and surf this monster :eek:...enjoy.. you do know why God created the surf board....so surfers wouldnt rule the world :D..

     
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  14. crispcem, May 9, 2018

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    HAHAHA! I'd feel much safer in the boat I think, that's just insane. What were you doing there in swells that big?? I thought 'fishing' was about not losing the beer cooler over the rail :p
     
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    LOL..I remember my first boat I worked on and the first trip I made the only thing lost over the rail was the inside of my guts :eek: :rolleyes:
     
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    BWAHAHAHAH! Yeah, boats are pretty unforgiving where the horizon and your stomach are concerned. I'm more terrified of being on a boat out in deep open water than I am of possibly getting pounded close to shore. At least close to shore someone is usually on site in case you start getting sucked out in the rip and heading towards Japan :D
     
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