Tiger In A Paper Cage


It’s  just a matter of time before he figures it out.

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490 Responses to Tiger In A Paper Cage

  1. misterx27 says:

    Assad gasses to death over a hundred people,woman and children.Trump’s response”Sorry,but Obama is to blame for not enforcing the red line” “No policy,just blame.I truly feel for you my friends…it hurts the world

  2. fi says:

    Morning folks.

    • Darth says:

      Penn Jillette said Trump’s hair looks like “cotton candy made from piss.”. It kinda does.

      • bebe says:

        HA…all comedians are thriving…and we need them as well…to sustain in this nightmare…

  3. Green4E says:

    ‘Mornin’, Realmsters!..CAWFFEEEE!!–and not that watered-down half-caf stuff, either..Happy Hump Day!..Mrs4E is still hanging on to the flu, but that couldn’t stop her from voting yesterday–WI had under 20% turnout, but we defeated a charter-school advocate for state superintendent and elected Kristy Yang as the country’s first female Hmong-American judge..About a dozen unopposed positions on the ballot–I wrote in the Boss’ name, but not reported on the FAKE NEWS!..Cuppa-cuppa!….8-)

  4. Green4E says:

    The Data That Turned the World Upside Down

    “”We have profiled the personality of every adult in the United States of America—220 million people,” Nix boasts…This fine-tuning reaches all the way down to the smallest groups, Nix explained in an interview with us. “We can address villages or apartment blocks in a targeted way. Even individuals.” ”

    What Nix meant is that while other campaigners so far have relied on demographics, Cambridge Analytica was using psychometrics.


    But, you prolly knew this….8-)

    • Darth says:

      “every “like” is stored. Especially every “like.”

      Not just facebook, you gotta figure they’re doing this on other platforms too. This is why I never like anything. Vindicated! Whoo-hoo!

  5. Fancy Jack says:

    Hello….bye, BB in a few hours. Maybe you guys can come-up with a new page?

  6. Darth says:

    by agsandrew
    Digital Art / Mixed Media / Conceptual

  7. Darth says:

    Government Goldman.

    Stephen Bannon removed from National Security Council https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/post-politics/wp/2017/04/05/steven-bannon-no-longer-a-member-of-national-security-council/?utm_term=.b5d665e73bc4
    “The restructuring reflects the growing influence of national security adviser H.R. McMaster, an Army three-star general, who took over the post after retired general Michael Flynn was ousted in February and is increasingly asserting himself over the flow of national security information in the White House.

    The new order establishing the structure of the council, which was published in the federal registry, puts McMaster in overall charge of the both the National Security Council and the Homeland Security Council headed by homeland security adviser Tom Bossert. Trump’s original order had placed the NSC and HSC on equal footing, with McMaster and Bossert as coequals who could convene and chair meetings of principals and set agendas. Now, Bossert can call and chair meetings only “at the sole discretion” of McMaster, according to the order.

    Even as Bannon has been removed from the list, invitees to principals and deputies meetings now also include the deputy national security adviser for strategy. The post is currently held by Dina Powell, an Egyptian-born former national security official in the Bush administration and a Goldman Sachs official whose influence within the West Wing has expanded rapidly.”

    • bebe says:

      He needs to go back to his underground rock from whew he surfaced from.
      Ugly mind and face.

  8. Darth says:

    Why would they do this?

    What Is Sarin? Chemical Attack In Syria Used Nazi Nerve Gas http://www.ibtimes.com/what-sarin-chemical-attack-syria-used-nazi-nerve-gas-2520643?utm_source=internal&utm_campaign=most_read&utm_medium=most_read5
    “United States officials believed that the nerve agent sarin was used in Tuesday’s chemical attack in Syria, an unidentified government source told Reuters. The deadly chemical was first developed by Nazi scientists in 1938 and was banned in 1993 under international law.

    Tuesday’s attack in Khan Sheikhoun, described as among the worst in the country’s entire civil war, caused the death of at least 100 people, according to reports. Others were severely injured. Victims of the gas could be seen in videos and photos from the attack foaming at the mouth and struggling to breathe.”

    “Sarin is among the most deadly and fast-acting chemical agents, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. When inhaled or absorbed through the skin, the potent pesticide paralyzes lung muscles and parts of the nervous system, causing suffocation, convulsions, paralysis and death.

    “Sarin is 26 times more deadly than cyanide gas,” the World Health Organization’s description said. “Just a pinprick-sized droplet will kill a human.”

    U.S. government officials believed Syrian President Bashar Assad’s forces were responsible for the attack, according to Reuters. Assad joined the Chemical Weapons Convention in 2013, pledging to destroy his stockpile of chemical weapons. The Syrian military adamantly denied having a part in the attack.”

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