SkyDekker

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  1. lol, ok buddy. I am literally the second post under the pictures. The pictures are a nothing burger, cause they don't prove anything. I will leave it at that. You can have the last word after this.
  2. That much vision? You can faithfully rely on Trump to do one thing and one thing consistently, monetize whatever he can get his hands on. Even the "FBI Raid" is already being used for fundraising purposes. Why do you think he was (other than a local reporter) the first one to announce it? And when it comes to Trump, I am not sure he understands words like spite and petulance, but he certainly understands money.
  3. Because you tied the validity of these pictures to the execution of a search warrant. You don't know that. There is nothing in those pictures that would conclusively prove they pertain to records covered under the PRA. (they also don't prove they were actually discarded by Trump) There is so much wrong with hose pictures, which is why they are being used to sell a book years later....and not when it actually supposedly all happened.
  4. They will not be brought up in any legal setting. There is no way to verify. Even people like Heather Cox Richardson are very skeptical about those pictures. Maybe in some closing argument, if it would ever get to that. Definitely not as any evidentiary production.
  5. Uhm yes, why I said I would have a hard time believing it. Until we see a copy of the search warrant we won't know. From what is public, it would appear it does relate to handling of classified documents. I highly doubt it was only based on him having them, they would not take this extraordinary step just for that. They must have had some pretty credible information about something that was done or was going to be done with those documents.
  6. Yes the FBI got the search warrant based on those pictures.......I don't have a very high opinions of the US Justice system, but even I would have a hard time believing that. The search warrant isn't for document she got rid of, it is for documents he kept. IMHO there is only one reason he would keep them, which is to monetize them.
  7. https://twitter.com/BrynnTannehill/status/1556981527090716673?s=20&t=y80jz0eKtRzNciUzycMLkw
  8. If any of this is true, it is really bad: https://twitter.com/BrynnTannehill/status/1556981527090716673?s=20&t=y80jz0eKtRzNciUzycMLkw Really bad because Trump would only hold on to those documents for one reason: monetization.
  9. If he was, I missed that entirely.
  10. Supposedly the FBI enforced a search warrant at Mar-a-Lago today. The thing is, there are so many investigations ongoing against Trump that you can't even know for sure which investigation lead to this and what they might be looking for.... https://twitter.com/kaitlancollins/status/1556775941854085120?s=20&t=O_JpJGRChX499OzoHQCqYw
  11. How does he not get charged with perjury....the justice system really is a joke.
  12. yeah? What are you going to do about it? Hate to tell you, but you don't have a perfect capitalist economy and you aren't the greatest nation. You are the white version of the Taliban.
  13. Going to be hard to convince people that is a toilet in the White House, that it is his writing, that it hasn't been staged. I am also getting very tired of "journalists" holding all this supposedly damaging information until they need it to sell books. As always this is a nothingburger used to sell a book or two. Tired of it.
  14. I would be all in favour of mandatory biometric locks on all firearms. The amount of identities that could enable the firearm should be restricted to 2 people max. Sure there will be some instances where they won't work in time, nothing is 100% perfect. But overall it will reduce gun violence.
  15. Considering you have areas in the US where a woman is not allowed to divorce her husband if she is pregnant, two animated characters of equal gender kissing is clearly very triggering.
  16. Yes "limited" is indeed less than average, you have proven that.
  17. Didn't they teach you at your incredible MBA not to answer questions with a question? Shows you don't have an answer. As usual you just copied stuff without any thinking.
  18. We already knew your grasp of economics (and percentages) is a little....limited. But thank you for reminding us again!
  19. No, the assessment of some person on another forum lol could be you really. And you shockingly failed to copy properly. The Wonder Woman sequel indeed flopped. Can you tell me what changed between Wonder Woman I and II to make I a success and II woke?
  20. Ah, so your two quarter opening remark was just trolling. Got it.
  21. Alex Jones ordered to pay $4.1 million in actual damages. Punitive damages to be decided tomorrow.
  22. Will probably end up being what the Republican's hoped Hunter's laptop would be.
  23. Wonder Woman had a budget of $120 to $150 million and a box office of $822.8 million. Net profit is estimated at approx. $250 million and it was in the top 10 for 2017 most valuable blockbusters. Not sure what they taught in your MBA about "broke", but not sure you have a very good understanding of it.
  24. Maybe he was disturbed about the intimate messages between Alex Jones and Roger Stone..... I know I won't be eating dinner tonight.
  25. For a more serious answer. The NBER officially determines recessions. The following is directly from their website: "Q: The financial press often states the definition of a recession as two consecutive quarters of decline in real GDP. How does that relate to the NBER's recession dates? A: Most of the recessions identified by our procedures do consist of two or more consecutive quarters of declining real GDP, but not all of them. In 2001, for example, the recession did not include two consecutive quarters of decline in real GDP. In the recession from the peak in December 2007 to the trough in June 2009, real GDP declined in the first, third, and fourth quarters of 2008 and in the first and second quarters of 2009. Real GDI declined for the final three quarters of 2001 and for five of the six quarters in the 2007–2009 recession. Q: Why doesn't the committee accept the two-quarter definition? A: There are several reasons. First, we do not identify economic activity solely with real GDP, but consider a range of indicators. Second, we consider the depth of the decline in economic activity. The NBER definition includes the phrase, “a significant decline in economic activity." Thus real GDP could decline by relatively small amounts in two consecutive quarters without warranting the determination that a peak had occurred. Third, our main focus is on the monthly chronology, which requires consideration of monthly indicators. Fourth, in examining the behavior of production on a quarterly basis, where real GDP data are available, we give equal weight to real GDI. The difference between GDP and GDI—called the “statistical discrepancy”—was particularly important in the recessions of 2001 and 2007–2009." Surprised a smart guy with an amazing MBA doesn't know this stuff.....