November 12, 2018

Is this the real life?


AND: If you don't like Trump, look at this genuine item of commerce I found for you:

AND: If you like Trumpy Bear or have a Trumpster on your gift list, you can buy Trumpy Bear through the Althouse Amazon portal. And if you don't like Trump, here, buy yourself some men's undershirts to snuggle with while you think of Jake Gyllenhaal or whoever.

111 comments:

Xmas said...

Is that a "Last Week Tonight" gag? They buy ad spots on Fox News for random reasons.

Xmas said...

It apparently is not a joke, and those ads have been running for at least 11 months.

Dickin'Bimbos@Home said...

If that is real, it is supremely odd, creepy, weird. I'm all for displays of patriotism, but that is embarrassing.

Phidippus said...

So the problem is what? At least it won't soil the seat next to you when you bring it onto the plane as your comfort animal.

Lyssa said...

I’m sure that the people advertising it know that it’s silly as heck, and expect that it will be given as (hopefully loving) gag gifts. This is the second time I’ve seen it mentioned this morning, they’re getting the attention they wanted. Even Fox News watchers can have a sense of humor about themselves.

Once written, twice... said...

Great gift idea for the Althouse Hillbillies! Ann, can people order it through your Amazon portal?

johnhenry100 said...

The whois says that thetrumpybear.com beelongs to Exceptional Products located in Texas.

It's apparently been around for a while website registered in July 2017 updated July 2018

So I would say it is real.

John Henry

Virgil Hilts said...

Its at least 18 months old.

Nonapod said...

It's certainly getting difficult to tell the difference between parady and realitythese days.

Seems a bit to expensive for a gag gift in my opinion.

MadPohl said...

It must be a localized commercial. I've had FNC on all morning and have not seen this one.

Bill, Republic of Texas said...

Is this the real life?

Is this just fantasy?

Virgil Hilts said...

I hate it when I see something like this on Imgur, think its brand new, send friends links to it and then realize its been on the web for 3-4 years.

mockturtle said...

I wouldn't mind having a Trumpy Bear [did they not sell Teddy Bears in honor of T.R.? Maybe someone will give me one for Christmas. :-)

Wilbur said...

They want it (the ad) to work on more than one level.

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Once written, twice... said...


More signs that even those who voted for Trump two years ago now realize that being a Trump supporter has become a joke. It will only get worse. Trump has jump the shark one too many times.

Will Cate said...

"Trump has jump the shark one too many times"

you know that's technically impossible

boricuafudd said...

It does look better than the Obama Chia pet.

Dickin'Bimbos@Home said...

It's a silly product meant for consumers who buy elastic waist pants from the ad on the back of the TeeVee guide.

Yes - Trump's supporters might be that geeky. Let your geek flag fly!

AZ Bob said...

It says the Trumpy Bear will help your golf game? Would that be by losing track of strokes?

Big Mike said...

I’m going to get some for Christmas for the little girls across the street. The house where they put up a Kaine/Wexton sign.

Ken B said...

Lyssa and Wilbur have it. This makes it possible to give the thing as a joke, ironic, gift. Trump haters can buy it.
If it really has been running fo over a year it probably works.

Nonapod said...

The Bernie Bear is $80 and Trumpy Bear is $57. More proof that the Trump presidency saves us money.

EDH said...

Caught in a landslide, no escape from reality
Open your eyes, look up to the skies and see
I'm just a poor boy, I need no sympathy
Because I'm easy come, easy go, little high, little low
Any way the wind blows doesn't really matter to me, to me


What an apt metaphor for the comfort Trump provides his supporters in bizarre times, whether they're boldly rinding a motorcycle or snuggling under an American flag blanket.

BADuBois said...

Who knew The Onion was expanding its reach into television...

Eleanor said...

My husband was given one by the same people who gave him a Bill Gates bear. Both bears are cute and make people smile. A little more smiling is a good thing.

Etienne said...
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R.J. Chatt said...

I'm waiting for the Ivanka doll.

Ron Winkleheimer said...

They've been selling those for a couple of years now. I was thinking about getting one to trigger my liberal friends, but my wife won't let me. She discourages me from triggering our friends. Plus, $40 is kind of expensive.

Mike said...

David Burge @iowahawkblog
3m
How To Argue With Your Angry Republican Uncle's Trumpy Ruxpin at Thanksgiving Dinner #VoxPitches

David Burge @iowahawkblog
1h
I can't believe these guys haven't come out with Beto Bears and Avenatti Bears for the MSNBC and CNN markets. I mean come on, KA-CHING $$$

David Burge @iowahawkblog
1h
Say what you want about Trumpy Bear, but it's objectively less stupid than a Che Guevara t-shirt

https://twitter.com/iowahawkblog/status/1062008428711813120

Maybe the one good thing about Twitter is reading David "Iowahawkblog" Burge.

Ron Winkleheimer said...

It does look better than the Obama Chia pet.

Use the althouse portal.

https://www.bing.com/shop?q=trump+chia+pet+amazon&FORM=SHOPPA&originIGUID=007DE933DC294891AB50764F07BF874E

TreeJoe said...

This follows a long line of commercials for genuine products that are basically gag gifts and yet still sell millions.

It's $56 retail. Let's assume they sell one million - or $56 million (retail) revenue.

I'll assume, generously, $10 to make it. And I'll assume 50% - $28 - goes to distribution logistics. And $10 goes to marketing.

That means some small group of people may be clearing $8/bear, or $8 million in ~18-24 months on a gag gift.

This may literally be a husband/wife team working out of a kitchen somewhere making a few million off a lark of a dream.

And what's more American than that?

Ron Winkleheimer said...

FNC is notorious for having ads with William Devane urging old people to put their retirement funds into gold before they lose it all in the next stock market crash. At least that ad is zany. Pure corn for people who watch The Andy Taylor Show.

Mike said...

Ron there are people who think Bill Devane actually was President at some point. It's a pop-culture world.

Dickin'Bimbos@Home said...

I wish Trump would hire David Burge to be his Deputy of Twitter.

Bob Boyd said...

An add on Fox that is almost as ridiculous as the content on MSNBC.

Amadeus 48 said...

Christmas is coming.

One of my friends gave me the Obama chia pet in 2008. This the perfect stocking-stuffer for her.

My only question is whether The Trump Organization is behind this. The steaks, the ties, the hats, the books, the hotels, the university...

Why doesn't the darn thing have MAGA tatooed on its butt--for the millennials on your list?

Ron Winkleheimer said...

I was watching Thor:Ragnorok last night, again. And it occurred to me that you could put Hela on the FNC wearing that dress and she wouldn't look all that out of place.

richlb said...

Trumpy Bear ain't new. It was around last Christmas.

Ann Althouse said...

"I hate it when I see something like this on Imgur, think its brand new, send friends links to it and then realize its been on the web for 3-4 years."

I could see the ad had been around for over a year, but the tweet refers to the ad currently running on Fox News, which is why I decided to blog it.

People are buying Christmas presents, and the manufacturer must think this product will move. So it says something about Trump's popularity now.

Ann Althouse said...

"What an apt metaphor for the comfort Trump provides his supporters in bizarre times..."

Exactly. That was my intent.

Carol said...

A lion would have been better.

john said...

Where is the "But Wait! That's not all!"? I refuse to buy until they throw in a Popiel's Pocket Fisherman.

Big Mike said...

@Amadeus, MAGA is a logo on a trucker hat, not a butt tattoo.

As the commercial shows, you can put a MAGA cap on Trumpy Bear. Got get one.

NOTE: If you find "Property of Hell's Angels tattooed on your girlfriend's butt, you should consider a different girlfriend.

tds said...

Rule 34 comes to mind

Ron Winkleheimer said...

Seriously, Hela would be great on Outnumbered or The Five. I bet Yuan Williams wouldn't give her any crap.

iowan2 said...

Aint capitalism grand.

I saw a local car dealer add this morning. It was a action figure $Six Million Man, and a Lee Majors voice over.

This is not as weird as the woman, I forget her station in life, enough to to make news. She carried around an Obama figurine in her purse, to ward off the vile President Trump.

readering said...

Made in China?

readering said...

The Roosevelts should sue.

Ken B said...

Why the picture of Keith Ellison?

The Vault Dweller said...

I think this is being marketed to 80% kind of weird 78 year old plusers. And the other 20% is meant for gag gifts.

M Jordan said...

It’s a play on the Teddy (Roosevelt) Bear craze of the past. Very tongue in cheek but real. I approve of this ad.

Ralph L said...

Is the undershirt unwashed?
Asking for a friend.

roesch/voltaire said...

As long as there is no rain and Trumpy Bear can avoid a bad hair day, I guess he is good to ride or visit cemeteries of our fallen soldiers.

PM said...

Tie seems short.

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cubanbob said...

If they offered a volume discount you send one to all the Lefty's in the family.

William said...

I wonder if the gifts will be given ironically or in earnest. Either way, the maker makes money. Perhaps on MSNBC, they can advertise a fanged bear with a MAGA armband to give it a Nazi look.

Bushman of the Kohlrabi said...

People are buying Christmas presents, and the manufacturer must think this product will move. So it says something about Trump's popularity now.

This isn't new, the Trumpy Bear ad has been on TV for months.

EDH said...

William said...
Perhaps on MSNBC, they can advertise a fanged bear with a MAGA armband to give it a Nazi look.

Or, sticking to the theme of "comfort" bear, just show them sticking needles in it as it is.

Achilles said...

This is what you get when you type in trumpybear.com:

https://www.etsy.com/listing/591653145/our-original-trumpy-bear?ref=shop_home_feat_1

This looks like the perfect gift for people who support voter fraud and democrats.


Achilles said...

readering said...
Made in China?

Invariably.

Globalists have purposely made it too expensive and or impossible to build things like this in the US.

But Manufacturing is coming back to the US thanks to Trump.

Which is what is really making democrats mad.

Yancey Ward said...

This is probably given as a gag gift, and the split is probably half Trump supporters and Trump haters- both gifters and giftees. By the way, you can buy teddy bears with many, many celebrity IDs, including Bernie Bears and Hillary Bears. Not surprising, though, that TrumpyBears beat those two.

Drago said...

William: "Perhaps on MSNBC, they can advertise a fanged bear with a MAGA armband to give it a Nazi look."

A Trump shell company should market the Trump Nazi bear to MSNBC.

Mo money, mo money mo money!

Darrell said...

How about a Jim Acosta bear with a kung-fu grip? Comes with a Goldilocks that he is beating the shit out of.

Drago said...

roesch/voltaire: "As long as there is no rain and Trumpy Bear can avoid a bad hair day, I guess he is good to ride or visit cemeteries of our fallen soldiers"

The vast majority of military members and retirees know exactly who is on their side and who is not.

Guess which side they would say you are on R/V?

LOL

Drago said...

Darrell: "How about a Jim Acosta bear with a kung-fu grip? Comes with a Goldilocks that he is beating the shit out of."

Keith Ellison, democrat in good standing, already owns the rights to "Beat the s*** of your girlfriend Bear".

hstad said...

I agree Yancey Ward @ 11:36AM

Only idiots on Twitter think this is weird? AA gave the Twitter 'Pusher' his 15 seconds of fame here on the 'Althouse Blog. Just like a few thousand on Twitter! That's all our society has become - entertainment narcissism.

mockturtle said...

As long as there is no rain and Trumpy Bear can avoid a bad hair day, I guess he is good to ride or visit cemeteries of our fallen soldiers.

He did visit the Suresnes American Cemetery and Memorial in suburban Paris. In the rain.

Tina848 said...

My hubby bought one a year ago. The 5 year old loves it. Someone save me....

Robert Cook said...

"This is probably given as a gag gift, and the split is probably half Trump supporters and Trump haters- both gifters and giftees."

I bought (and still have) the George W. Bush action figure, (he's decked out as a fighter pilot). My purchase in no way signifies my agreement with or admiration of Dubya.

I have to question the sanity of anyone who would buy this, whether admirer or hater.

Michael Fitzgerald said...

That commercial has been running for a year on GRIT, the digital channel that plays all cowboy shows and westerns. Best station on television.

Quaestor said...

A lion would have been better.

Trump is more like T.R. than any other President. Roosevelt was the first working man's Republican. Most of the post-war Republicans were enablers of the plutocrats of the Gilded Age. T.R. took an entirely different track and made himself the enemy of the trusts and monopolies. Today the monopolists are all Democrats. MSNBC is a glaring example.

mockturtle said...

I have to question the sanity of anyone who would buy this, whether admirer or hater.

Because you have no sense of humor?

Quaestor said...

I bought (and still have) the George W. Bush action figure, (he's decked out as a fighter pilot). My purchase in no way signifies my agreement with or admiration of Dubya.

By his own rules, we must question the sanity of Robert Cook.

bagoh20 said...

It's kinda like the Pet Rock idea. Nobody buys one for themselves, but they will get bought.

What would be more clueless though, sending a friend this gift or giving Queen Elizabeth an MP3 player preloaded with photos from your own inauguration and audio files of your speech as a senator to the 2004 Democratic National Convention and your 2009 inauguration address.

After witnessing the level of narcissism embodied in Obama, It's funny how much the left criticizes Trump for his. At least Trump doesn't imagine himself modest or expect you to.





n.n said...

Globalists have purposely made it too expensive...

Labor and environmental arbitrage demand "livable wages" and "Green"-backs to compensate.

But Manufacturing is coming back to the US thanks to Trump.

America is, or was, better positioned technically, and philosophically, to support labor and environmental standards.

Without arbitrage, the cost will necessarily increase, which will require resolving monopolies and practices (e.g. Obamacare, principally) to assure affordability and availability without redistributive change. Unfortunately, as with selective-child, Democrats are voting for the politically congruent, if often wicked, solutions.

roesch/voltaire said...

Keep the bear dry or else: "A day after Trump was criticized for skipping a trip to an American cemetery due to inclement weather, the president spoke at a different US cemetery in the rain, and expressed jealousy that some of the veterans in the audience were seated under cover."

Achilles said...

roesch/voltaire said...
As long as there is no rain and Trumpy Bear can avoid a bad hair day, I guess he is good to ride or visit cemeteries of our fallen soldiers.

We don't require that you enlist or serve to like you.

We just want you to leave us alone and stop trying to take away our freedom.

Trump is very popular in the Armed forces. The closer you get to the pointy tip of the spear the more popular he gets.

Darrell said...

Commemorating the 100 year anniversary of the end of World-War-One, President Trump a ttends the American Commemoration Ceremony at Suresnes American Cemetery hosted by the Secretary of the American Battle Monuments Commission:

Major General Matz, I want to thank you and everyone at the American Battle Monuments Commission for doing just an absolutely fantastic job.

Exactly 100 years ago today, on November 11th, 1918, World War I came to an end. Thank God. It was a brutal war. Millions of American, French, and Allied troops had fought with the extraordinary skill and valor in one of the bloodiest conflicts in human history. We are gathered together, at this hallowed resting place, to pay tribute to the brave Americans who gave their last breath in that mighty struggle.

Earlier, Melania and I were deeply honored to be the guests of President Macron and Brigitte at the Centennial Commemoration of Armistice Day. It was very beautiful and so well done.

To all of the French military leaders and dignitaries in attendance with us now: Thank you for joining us as we honor the American and French service members who shed their blood together in a horrible, horrible war, but a war known as the Great War.

We are also joined by many distinguished American military leaders. Thank you to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, General Joseph Dunford. Thank you, Joe. Thank you. Army Chief of Staff, General Mark Milley. Thank you, Mark. Supreme Allied Commander Europe, General Curtis Scaparrotti. General, Thank you. And Air Force Commander Europe, General Tod Wolters. Thank you. Thank you, General.

Thank you as well to the members of Congress who have joined us: Ralph Abraham, Anthony Brown, John Carter, Paul Cook, Henry Cuellar, Richard Hudson, Bill Huizenga, Dutch Ruppersberger, John Rutherford, and Steve Stivers. Thank you all very much for being with us. Thank you very much. I know you wanted to be here very badly. We appreciate it.

In the United States, Armistice Day is now enshrined as Veterans Day. We have a number of amazing veterans with us today, including six veterans of World War II:

James Blane. James? Where is James? James, thank you. Thank you, James. Frank Devita. Thank you, Frank. Thank you very much. You look so comfortable up there, under shelter — (laughter) — as we’re getting drenched. You’re very smart people. (Laughter.) Pete DuPre. Pete, thank you very much. Gregory Melikian. Thank you, Gregory. Steven Melnikoff. Thank you. Thank you, Steven. And Jay Trimmer. Thank you. Thank you, Jay. Thank you.

You look like you’re in really good shape, all of you. (Applause.) I hope I look like that someday. You look great. America is forever in debt, and we are forever in your debt. And we really appreciate you being here.

Darrell said...

We’re also joined by another very special guest: a 13-year-old boy from the United States named Matthew Haske. Matthew is in the eighth grade, and he worked and saved all of his money for two years to make this trip to France. He wanted to be here in person to honor the American heroes of World War I. Matthew, thank you. You make us very proud. Where is Matthew? Matthew. Matthew. (Applause.) Thank you very much. You’re way ahead of your time, Matthew. Thank you.

On this day, in the year 1918, church bells rang, families embraced, and celebrations, as you know, filled the streets like never before, in towns throughout Europe and the United States.

But victory had come at a terrible cost. Among the Allied Forces, more than one million French soldiers and 116,000 American service members had been killed by the war’s end. Millions more were wounded. Countless would come home bearing the lasting scars of trench warfare and the grisly horrors of chemical weapons.

During the final battle of the war, over 26,000 Americans lost their lives and more than 95,000 were wounded. It was the single deadliest battle in United States history. Thank of that — 26,000 Americans lost their lives in a battle.

Here on the revered grounds of Suresnes American Cemetery lie more than 1,500 U.S. service members who made the ultimate sacrifice in the First World War. Among those buried here are legendary Marines who fought in the Battle of Belleau Wood.

In that treacherous forest and the surrounding fields, American Marines, soldiers, and Allied Forces fought — and they fought through hell — to turn the tide of the war. And that’s what they did — they turned the tide of the war.

It was in that battle that our Marines earned the nickname “Devil Dogs,” arising from the German description of their ferocious fighting spirit. John Kelly knows that name, “Devil Dogs,” very well, John. Right?

Darrell said...

cont.

Earlier this year, President Macron presented an oak sapling from Belleau Wood as a gift to our nation — an enduring reminder of our friendship sealed in battle. We fought well together. You could not fight better than we fought together. Sergeant Eugene Wear from Hazleton, Pennsylvania was one of the Marines at Belleau Wood. Eugene raced straight into a barrage of enemy fire, like no one has ever seen before, to bandage his friend’s wounds and carry him back to safety.

Months later, Eugene was mortally wounded. He passed away one day after Christmas. His mother would come right here to mourn by the grave of her precious son. She loved him so much. She was one of the thousands of American moms and dads whose beloved children found their final resting place on the hillside of Suresnes.

Each of these marble crosses and Stars of David marks the life of an American warrior — great, great warriors they are — who gave everything for family, country, God, and freedom. Through rain, hail, snow, mud, poisonous gas, bullets and mortar, they held the line, and pushed onward to victory — it was a great, great victory; costly victory but a great victory — never knowing if they would ever again see their families or ever again hold their loved ones.

Here are the words of a young soldier named Sergeant Paul Maynard from a letter he wrote only a few days before the end of the war: “Dear Mother, I think of you all at home, and I know if I am spared to get back, that I shall appreciate home more than ever, [ever] before. It will seem like heaven to me to be once more where there is peace and only peace.”

On November 11th, 1918, Paul died in the final hours of battle, just before the end. No, sadly, he did not make it. He was among the countless young men who never returned home. But through their sacrifice, they ascended to peace in heaven. Rest in peace, Paul.

cont.

The American and French patriots of World War I embody the timeless virtues of our two republics: honor and courage; strength and valor; love and loyalty; grace and glory. It is our duty to preserve the civilization they defended and to protect the peace they so nobly gave their lives to secure one century ago.

It is now my great honor to present Major General William Matz with an American flag, as a symbol of our nation’s gratitude to the American Battle Monuments. The Commission has done such an incredible job. And, General, we very much appreciate it. Today, we renew our sacred obligation to memorialize our fallen heroes on the soil where they rest for all of eternity.

Thank you very much. And, General, this is a great honor. Thank you very much.

readering said...

I have a little plastic figurine from '64 of the Republican nominee in oversized glasses and a cowboy hat. But a couple of bucks.

bagoh20 said...

We all know that Trump has no respect for veterans, the military, or anything American. He says so all the time.

I know this becuase MSNBC tells me every day.

readering said...

Probably made in Taiwan.

readering said...

bagoh good to know someone remembers what MSNBC tells them.

mockturtle said...

The media have no idea how much they are despised. They are the consummate narcissists--smug and assured of their moral rectitude.

bagoh20 said...

Well, I can't find out what Trump thinks by watching Fox. All they do is show him speaking and being interviewed. MSNBC tells me what he really means by it all. It has a lot to do with Hitler and white racists, but Fox won't tell you that. It takes really smart people with no bias to get the hidden meanings.

Infinite Monkeys said...

This is not as weird as the woman, I forget her station in life, enough to to make news. She carried around an Obama figurine in her purse, to ward off the vile President Trump.

Jill Abramson, former executive editor of the NYT.

Infinite Monkeys said...

"A day after Trump was criticized for skipping a trip to an American cemetery due to inclement weather, the president spoke at a different US cemetery in the rain, and expressed jealousy that some of the veterans in the audience were seated under cover."

That both mischaracterizes his remark and confuses jealousy with envy.

Drago said...

Robert Cook: "I bought (and still have) the George W. Bush action figure, (he's decked out as a fighter pilot)."

It makes sense, since W was indeed a trained and qualified fighter pilot. A fact that somehow was rarely ever mentioned from Jan to Nov 2004.

Sam L. said...

I saw something like this on TVLand earlier this month.

SoLastMillennium said...

The Althouse commenters are large in number and wide ranging in experience and viewpoint. Does anyone here OWN a Trumpy Bear? Does anyone even KNOW someone who has a Trumpy Bear?

I doubt anyone here does and personally would much prefer a stuffed Trump Chicken, which everyone seems to love.

Freeman Hunt said...

Ha ha ha! A master troll job with a buyable product representation. That's brilliant.

Making trolling pay.

Freeman Hunt said...

The blanket makes it. That's hilarious.

gspencer said...

All plush pets toys/adult binkies are stupid.

Vermont Teddy Bear Co. has made a racket from the stupidity of the public.

madAsHell said...

Some of Michael Avenetti's clients sell their un-washed underwear on-line.

wendybar said...

Check out the one condition that they will let Jim Acosta come back under!! https://twitter.com/realDailyWire/status/1062038567327752192/photo/1?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Etweetembed%7Ctwterm%5E1062038567327752192&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Ftwitchy.com%2Fdougp-3137%2F2018%2F11%2F12%2Fbwa-ha-ha-daily-wire-predicts-one-condition-under-which-wh-might-reinstate-jim-acostas-press-credentials%2F

becauseIdbefired said...

If you don't like Trump, show solidarity and buy a Hillary Mao Mao. Or is it a Moo Moo?

Howard said...

Stormy Daniels Implants on Ebay

traditionalguy said...
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traditionalguy said...

That would be a great gift for Macron. He would need several so he could burn one, decapitate another and blow one up. That will help him with his frustration that the assassination set up for the real Trump got called off by the Secret Service guys.

bagoh20 said...

I think most of us Trumpettes find it funny or at the worst a little embarrassing, not because it represents how we think, but because we know so many people think that's who we are. The left never has understood the right. They won't talk to us. They don't want to hear us, but we hear them all day / everyday. Few have the capacity to laugh at themselves like this. They would be outraged of course.

Joan said...

Darrell, thank you for posting Trump's speech. Even though it was kind of off-topic, I really enjoyed reading it, and I doubt I would've found it so conveniently anywhere else.

BUMBLE BEE said...

Still have my Barack Obama M-M-M songbook.

Jim Harvey said...

I thought that was an SNL bit! LMAO.

gg6 said...

I wonder if it's simply adding to the stupidity of such things to post them on a blog and solicit comment with a straight face? Or do we just call that hitchhiking for hits?

becauseIdbefired said...

bagoh20 sez:

The left never has understood the right. They won't talk to us. They don't want to hear us, but we hear them all day / everyday.

That's odd. I listen to them everyday, read what they have to say. I think I hear them, but I do not understand what they have to say.

Except that most of them are these incredibly smug people that are certain of their views, and to prove it they pump out the same meaningless, skin deep talking points they read in the press, or hear from their group of smugs.

When you challenge them on their viewpoints, you get really insightful responses, like:

You are a Nazi.
You are a Russian Troll, Ivan.
And the most engaging, You are Stupid!

Madhu Myfavs said...
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Madhu Myfavs said...

I still can't imagine what was happened. https://myfavs.in/

Snark said...

The questions and answers on that Amazon listing are killing me. God I love people.