2016 Vice Presidential Debates

Must be good for a few laughs.

About Fancy Jack

Don't worry I'm not trying to be a Legitimate blogger.........no time for it and no money in it, just have fun.
Gallery | This entry was posted in Badges. Bookmark the permalink.

654 Responses to 2016 Vice Presidential Debates

  1. fi says:

    A prediction:- DT will not turn up for tonight’s debate, too many risk factors, eg people!

    • Tio Azúcar says:

      Him not showing up would be a dream come true. Forget the podiums, this is going to be a steel cage affair.

    • MSolomon2 says:

      If he does it’ll be 1 helluva of clown-show. He’s going to have to face actual People! Not these for-profit “moderators”!

      • fi says:

        Exactly, he cannot control this, and real folk asking real questions, he won’t be there!

        • MSolomon2 says:

          I too find it hard to believe he’ll show up! Just can’t see him having the courage to face real People like this. Especially now when his whole house-of-cards is crumbling, his own “party” saying increasingly get out of the race!

  2. Sub Jack says:

    Sunday, blah!!!!!!

  3. ALOE VERA says:

    Play Olivia the Orca at Seaworld


  4. bebe says:

    Best of luck to all Participants , drink plenty and finish ❤

  5. ALOE VERA says:

    Friggin’ Giuliani is defending Trump. 🙄

    • MSolomon2 says:

      Been hearing this again, and again from scholars. This is how authoritarian dictatorships take over in Democracies, trumps kind surround themselves with fawning sycophants who are absolutely loyal to them and not the nation. This is exactly what he’s said he’ll do, surround himself with “loyal” people, get rid of the generals (who he says aren’t any good), and get “good ones” (read those loyal to him) in. His history has shown this is what he does in his “businesses”, surrounds himself with these loyal yes-men to the exclusion of People who actually know their jobs.

  6. MSolomon2 says:

    Donald Trump’s poll-watching “voter fraud” squad sounds like it could easily lead to voter intimidation
    Trump tells Pennsylvania supporters to deputize themselves as poll watchers. What could possibly go wrong?
    Intimidation? Well – duh! that’s exactly what it’s intended to do!!!

  7. MSolomon2 says:

    ‘Call me a racist, but don’t say I’m a Buddhist’: meet America’s alt right

    They present themselves as modern thinkers of extremism. But the US far right, discovers Sanjiv Bhattacharya, have the same white supremacist obsessions
    – these are some deeply f#cked up “people”! I bet our old “friend” mishie is one of them! I bet money on it! Wonder when his next magnum opus comes out!?!

    • Darth says:

      This is the new iteration of nationalism. People should pay attention. Hate never dies, it just gets rebranded.

      • MSolomon2 says:

        That’s exactly it, all these creatures are is a new more “media savvy” rebranding of age-old white-supremacist racist-nationalism. No real difference between them and the white hood wearing, cross burning kkk.

  8. Darth says:


  9. Darth says:

    “Popular Hotspring Spa of Cats by Utagawa Kunitoshi, Japanese Woodblock Print, 1847-1899”

  10. fi says:

    Mum, Dad and the kids.

  11. MSolomon2 says:

    Y’know that ridiculously expensive Oculus Rift? Yeah, it just got worse
    $49 headphones. $79 sensor. $199 controller … Bankrolling Trump trolls costs a lot, yo
    It’s bad enough that the basic system costs $599 – almost double the expected price of $350. Today, the Facebook-owned biz revealed a range of accessories that will push its cost even higher.

    If you want a pair of half-decent headphones with the VR googles, you will have to cough up an additional $49. And don’t imagine you can use your own existing headphones: Oculus has built a custom audio connector.

    If you want to use move around in games while using the virtual reality system, you’ll need a third sensor to detect your movements – yours for just $79. If you want to go beyond the basic Oculus remote and make the most of the games that the company is touting as the future of gaming, well, that will be another $199 for a controller.

    So $926 before you even plug the system in. Then you are probably going to have to buy a new computer to handle the processing – or at least significantly beef up your PC. The cost of that? Somewhere between $500 and $1,500.

    You have to wonder how big the market is for a $1,500 to $2,500 gaming platform when you can buy the latest PlayStation 4 for $300 and its VR headset for a further $399. The HTC Vive is $799. Google’s new set up of its latest iPhone-killer, the Pixel phone, and cosy headset costs the same.

    Is Oculus worth double the cost of its competitors? It’s a big ask, especially if the big game titles are not there. And given that most reviews of the system have been tepid at best.

  12. bebe says:

    Are you being served ?

  13. Tio Azúcar says:

    Suppose you were an idiot. And suppose you were a member of Congress. But I repeat myself. – Mark Twain, a Biography

Comments are closed.