Trump's latest rally show cognitive decline

StmarysCity79

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Clem72

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So I read what you posted and thought wow, that sounds kind of nuts. Let's find a clip. Your transcript is missing a lot of key elements, pauses for laughter, gestures, and several WORDS like the word restrictor which he said at least twice and I don't see in this transcript.

To put it bluntly, it made perfect sense. He was complaining about places without water scarcity requiring restrictors that make it difficult to wash your hands, your hair, or do your dishes in a washing machine.

So maybe the rant was about a weird topic, but nothing about it was even remotely comparable to the silent one who wanders off or stares into the lights until someone wakes him up.
 
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StmarysCity79

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So I read what you posted and thought wow, that sounds kind of nuts. Let's find a clip. Your transcript is missing a lot of key elements, pauses for laughter, gestures, and several WORDS like the word restrictor which he said at least twice and I don't see in this transcript.

To put it bluntly, it made perfect sense. He was complaining about places without water scarcity requiring restrictors that make it difficult to wash your hands, your hair, or do your dishes in a washing machine.

So maybe the rant was about a weird topic, but nothing about it was even remotely comparable to the silent one who wanders off or stares into the lights until someone wakes him up.


And what does any of it have to do with his plans as President? Why don't you care about that instead of defending his nonsense.

How about you translate this one?

 

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So I read what you posted and thought wow, that sounds kind of nuts. Let's find a clip. Your transcript is missing a lot of key elements, pauses for laughter, gestures, and several WORDS like the word restrictor which he said at least twice and I don't see in this transcript.

To put it bluntly, it made perfect sense. He was complaining about places without water scarcity requiring restrictors that make it difficult to wash your hands, your hair, or do your dishes in a washing machine.

So maybe the rant was about a weird topic, but nothing about it was even remotely comparable to the silent one who wanders off or stares into the lights until someone wakes him up.
But this is what they do. They can't find anything to attack Trump with, so they have to make up crap to feed their brain-dead minions like @StmarysCity79 to keep the other brain-dead losers fired up. "Huh, huh, Garsh! Looka whut dat Trump dun sayed now! Huh, huh." This is all they can do because they know joe biden is a senile old crook that wasn't even of normal IQ at his best. The man has been a dullard for as long as he's been in the public eye, now with senility kicking in, he's not even capable of remembering when to breathe.
 
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HemiHauler

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So I read what you posted and thought wow, that sounds kind of nuts. Let's find a clip. Your transcript is missing a lot of key elements, pauses for laughter, gestures, and several WORDS like the word restrictor which he said at least twice and I don't see in this transcript.

To put it bluntly, it made perfect sense. He was complaining about places without water scarcity requiring restrictors that make it difficult to wash your hands, your hair, or do your dishes in a washing machine.

So maybe the rant was about a weird topic, but nothing about it was even remotely comparable to the silent one who wanders off or stares into the lights until someone wakes him up.

He’s been doing the water routine since he walked down those steps announcing his initial candidacy. I’ve yet to see what he’s on about. Living in a <1 year old house now and water is just fine. Don’t know or care about restrictors, pressure is just fine. Shower cleans me. One flush for the browns to go down the chute. No tablespoon per flush limit or whatever. Just a nice big bowl full of water.

What is the point of his rant about this stuff? Seems like he’s ranting about things that don’t exist. I’m aware that one can choose low water per flush bowls, but clearly this doesn’t mean that it’s the only thing available.
 

BOP

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So I read what you posted and thought wow, that sounds kind of nuts. Let's find a clip. Your transcript is missing a lot of key elements, pauses for laughter, gestures, and several WORDS like the word restrictor which he said at least twice and I don't see in this transcript.

To put it bluntly, it made perfect sense. He was complaining about places without water scarcity requiring restrictors that make it difficult to wash your hands, your hair, or do your dishes in a washing machine.

So maybe the rant was about a weird topic, but nothing about it was even remotely comparable to the silent one who wanders off or stares into the lights until someone wakes him up.
SMC: "facts don't matter to the Narrative, which is 'Orange Man Bad.'"
 

gemma_rae

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Hey @StmarysCity79

Here's cognitive decline for you:
He’s been doing the water routine since he walked down those steps announcing his initial candidacy. I’ve yet to see what he’s on about. Living in a <1 year old house now and water is just fine. Don’t know or care about restrictors, pressure is just fine. Shower cleans me. One flush for the browns to go down the chute. No tablespoon per flush limit or whatever. Just a nice big bowl full of water.

What is the point of his rant about this stuff? Seems like he’s ranting about things that don’t exist. I’m aware that one can choose low water per flush bowls, but clearly this doesn’t mean that it’s the only thing available.
 

LJ1999

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He’s been doing the water routine since he walked down those steps announcing his initial candidacy. I’ve yet to see what he’s on about. Living in a <1 year old house now and water is just fine. Don’t know or care about restrictors, pressure is just fine. Shower cleans me. One flush for the browns to go down the chute. No tablespoon per flush limit or whatever. Just a nice big bowl full of water.

What is the point of his rant about this stuff? Seems like he’s ranting about things that don’t exist. I’m aware that one can choose low water per flush bowls, but clearly this doesn’t mean that it’s the only thing available.
Come on, really? TV shows like Friends did episodes on the showers and I can attest to the toilets. Luckily I have a plumber in the family that came in and knew to remove the restrictors in our showers and sinks.

I am glad you haven't been bothered with the water issue, but many of us have and can completely relate.
 

Kyle

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Come on, really? TV shows like Friends did episodes on the showers and I can attest to the toilets. Luckily I have a plumber in the family that came in and knew to remove the restrictors in our showers and sinks.

I am glad you haven't been bothered with the water issue, but many of us have and can completely relate.

First thing gone from any fixture i have to replace. :yay:
 

HemiHauler

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Come on, really? TV shows like Friends did episodes on the showers and I can attest to the toilets. Luckily I have a plumber in the family that came in and knew to remove the restrictors in our showers and sinks.

I am glad you haven't been bothered with the water issue, but many of us have and can completely relate.

I don’t watch shows like Friends, so I’ll have to take your word for it.

My point is, clearly these sorts of things aren’t mandated and your experience isn’t universal.
 

LJ1999

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I don’t watch shows like Friends, so I’ll have to take your word for it.

My point is, clearly these sorts of things aren’t mandated and your experience isn’t universal.
Your point is wrong. Water savers were mandated. I would say your experience isn't universal.
 
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Bare-ya-cuda

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I don’t watch shows like Friends, so I’ll have to take your word for it.

My point is, clearly these sorts of things aren’t mandated and your experience isn’t universal.
In 1992, Congress passed legislation requiring that all toilets sold in the United States meet a new water conservation standard of 1.6 gallons per flush (gpf).
 

SamSpade

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In 1992, Congress passed legislation requiring that all toilets sold in the United States meet a new water conservation standard of 1.6 gallons per flush (gpf).
Yep. So now we flush twice and waste MORE water.

Just like the energy efficient dishwashers and washing machines you have to use twice, because designers forgot that the whole POINT is to clean stuff and not just use water.
 

gemma_rae

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Just like the energy efficient dishwashers and washing machines you have to use twice, because designers forgot that the whole POINT is to clean stuff and not just use water.
Very good point Sam.

I have a HE clothes washer. The 'normal' setting does not use enough water during the rinse cycle to get the soap out. So when it's done I have to set it to rinse and spin and run it again.

Twice the water, twice the time, and nearly twice the electricity.

Must have been engineered by a genius like Norman Einstein.

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