• Presidential Dementia

    From DaiTengu@VERT/ENSEMBLE to All on Tuesday, September 06, 2022 14:36:00
    "Last week, the weirdo -- he's a weirdo -- Mark Zuckerberg came to the White House, kissed my ass.. kissed my ass. sure I'd love to have dinner. sure I'd love to have dinner, I'd love to bring my lovely wife.

    "all right, Mark, come on in."

    "Sir, you're #1 on Facebook, I'd like to congratulate you!"
    "Oh, thank you very much, Mark, I appreciate it"


    The above words were said during a rally in Pennsylvania, on Saturday, September 4, 2022. nearly two years after fired former federal employee Donald J. Trump lost the 2020 election by over 7 million votes (and 74 electoral
    votes), and nearly 20 months after he was evicted from The White House.

    Trump did dine with Zuckerberg and Peter Thiel at The White House in 2019. According to Meta, the dinner invitation came from Trump.

    "Time shifting" is a pretty common thing in later-stage dementia.


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  • From MRO@VERT/BBSESINF to DaiTengu on Tuesday, September 06, 2022 15:01:00
    Re: Presidential Dementia
    By: DaiTengu to All on Tue Sep 06 2022 02:36 pm


    The above words were said during a rally in Pennsylvania, on Saturday, September 4, 2022. nearly two years after fired former federal employee Donald J. Trump lost the 2020 election by over 7 million votes (and 74 electoral
    votes), and nearly 20 months after he was evicted from The White House.

    he wasn't fired and wasn't evicted.

    I'm sure it was just a verbal slipup. I don't think he thinks last week he was in the white house.

    btw, he has been doing many rallys. he never stopped. he has been fighting his enemies since the election. I know why they're so afraid of him. the man is a beast. he never stops.
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  • From DaiTengu@VERT/ENSEMBLE to MRO on Tuesday, September 06, 2022 17:20:00
    Re: Presidential Dementia
    By: MRO to DaiTengu on Tue Sep 06 2022 03:01 pm

    he wasn't fired and wasn't evicted.

    the definition fits. for both.


    I'm sure it was just a verbal slipup. I don't think he thinks last week he was in the white house.

    I'm pretty sure had Biden said something like "Last week President Obama and I had dinner in the Oval Office" a very vocal section of conservatives would scream that it was a sign of dementia, and that Biden was unfit for office.

    Even if the truth was that Obama was visiting Biden in the Oval Office, or that Biden had "slipped up" and was talking about a dinner years earlier.



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  • From MRO@VERT/BBSESINF to DaiTengu on Tuesday, September 06, 2022 20:27:00
    Re: Presidential Dementia
    By: DaiTengu to MRO on Tue Sep 06 2022 05:20 pm

    Re: Presidential Dementia
    By: MRO to DaiTengu on Tue Sep 06 2022 03:01 pm

    he wasn't fired and wasn't evicted.

    the definition fits. for both.


    I'm sure it was just a verbal slipup. I don't think he thinks last week he was in the white house.

    I'm pretty sure had Biden said something like "Last week President Obama and I had dinner in the Oval Office" a very vocal section of conservatives would scream that it was a sign of dementia, and that Biden was unfit for office.

    Even if the truth was that Obama was visiting Biden in the Oval Office, or that Biden had "slipped up" and was talking about a dinner years earlier.



    well, truthfully, biden slips up almost everytime he talks. Or he gets
    angry and calls people names. Or he gets lost.

    I honestly believe they put him in there to be a puppet and he's ill and this is abuse. I'm sure they are shooting him up with some drug cocktail to keep him up and about. I can see it at its peak and i can see it wearing off.

    i will be very suprised if he finishes his run. He has the hardest job on the planet and he can't do it mentally and physically. he's almost 80 years old and his best days are behind him. Furthermore, I see him passing away shortly after his presidency. He is not healthy.
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  • From Dumas Walker@VERT/CAPCITY2 to DAITENGU on Wednesday, September 07, 2022 16:15:00
    I'm pretty sure had Biden said something like "Last week President Obama and had dinner in the Oval Office" a very vocal section of conservatives would sc
    am that it was a sign of dementia, and that Biden was unfit for office.

    Even if the truth was that Obama was visiting Biden in the Oval Office, or tha
    Biden had "slipped up" and was talking about a dinner years earlier.


    Biden has made similar slip ups. Does that bother you? I mean, if it
    bothers you that a potential future President made one, shouldn't you be concerned that the current President also makes them (and was doing so
    before he got elected)?

    I am imaginging that you are a member of a very vocal section of non-conservatives who still gives him a pass when he does so. I could be mistaken.


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  • From MRO@VERT/BBSESINF to Dumas Walker on Wednesday, September 07, 2022 18:28:00
    Re: Presidential Dementia
    By: Dumas Walker to DAITENGU on Wed Sep 07 2022 04:15 pm


    Biden has made similar slip ups. Does that bother you? I mean, if it bothers you that a potential future President made one, shouldn't you be concerned that the current President also makes them (and was doing so before he got elected)?

    everything biden does is a slip up. it's sad that they let this go on.
    i saw a video of when he went to michigan and there was a 'fuck joe biden' group there when he was driving in.

    That pissed him off and at his speech he mentioned them and said more people voted for him than any other president. I don't believe that shit for one minute.
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  • From DaiTengu@VERT/ENSEMBLE to Dumas Walker on Wednesday, September 07, 2022 19:35:00
    Re: Presidential Dementia
    By: Dumas Walker to DAITENGU on Wed Sep 07 2022 04:15 pm

    Biden has made similar slip ups. Does that bother you? I mean, if it bothers you that a potential future President made one, shouldn't you be concerned that the current President also makes them (and was doing so before he got elected)?


    My post was more about the hypocrisy that seems to come from a few people in this echo when it comes to Biden.

    Biden, to my admittedly awful recollection, has never "time shifted" He stumbles over words from time to time, and often forgets what he was saying (A thing I also do, quite often), but never recalls prior events that happened years ago as "Last week"

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  • From MRO@VERT/BBSESINF to DaiTengu on Thursday, September 08, 2022 09:46:00
    Re: Presidential Dementia
    By: DaiTengu to Dumas Walker on Wed Sep 07 2022 07:35 pm


    My post was more about the hypocrisy that seems to come from a few people in this echo when it comes to Biden.

    Biden, to my admittedly awful recollection, has never "time shifted" He stumbles over words from time to time, and often forgets what he was saying

    i'm pretty sure he had done that. biden has said so much crazy and stupid shit over the years it would take me days to dig it out. what i'm thinking about is him talking about the vaccine at some point.

    remember this is the guy who got lost on the whitehouse lawn, shook hands with his invisible friend and took instructions from the easter bunny. he also has a cdl because he drove truck.

    i think trump just made a slip up because of all the talking.
    he's got to talk fast and do a lot of it on the fly.

    honestly i think trump is some type of demon or some shit. the guy is a superhuman beast. I've been following most of the shit he's been doing since he lost the election. he has been on the road most of the time and trying to destroy his enemies.

    when trump was in the whitehouse he ate junkfood all day, watched tv for hours, took phone calls from before sunrise to after sunset and slept 4 hrs. he was also on twitter all the fucking time despite them taking his phones. he always had a backup phone hidden [trump is our most technologically aware president].

    i think it's obvious that biden is the one that is coocoo for choco puffs. trump just talks a lot.

    and when trump makes one slip up someone makes a mug or tshirt out of it. remember his typo?
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  • From Dumas Walker@VERT/CAPCITY2 to DAITENGU on Thursday, September 08, 2022 16:13:00
    Biden, to my admittedly awful recollection, has never "time shifted" He stumb
    s over words from time to time, and often forgets what he was saying (A thing also do, quite often), but never recalls prior events that happened years ago
    s "Last week"

    He has. I don't know that he has come straight out and said "last week,"
    but he has definately talked about being VP at various times when he was
    not VP, as well as discussing events as more recent than they could have happened (because they involve people who have been dead too long for him
    to be right).

    He also has some other body language, and mood/vocal inflection swings,
    that are additional signs of early dementia and/or other cognative issues.


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  • From MRO@VERT/BBSESINF to Dumas Walker on Thursday, September 08, 2022 18:17:00
    Re: Presidential Dementia
    By: Dumas Walker to DAITENGU on Thu Sep 08 2022 04:13 pm

    s "Last week"

    He has. I don't know that he has come straight out and said "last week," but he has definately talked about being VP at various times when he was
    not VP, as well as discussing events as more recent than they could have happened (because they involve people who have been dead too long for him
    to be right).

    He also has some other body language, and mood/vocal inflection swings,
    that are additional signs of early dementia and/or other cognative issues.


    I don't think anybody in their right mind can think that what Biden has done is comparable to what trump does and says.

    There has been an obvious, sharp decline in all of biden's congnitive functions.

    in 2012, joe biden kicked paul ryan's ass in a debate. he kicked him so hard in his balls, paul ryan spit them out.

    What we have now is not the same joe biden.
    joe biden's family does not love him, and fellow democrats do not
    care about him.
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  • From Dumas Walker@VERT/CAPCITY2 to MRO on Friday, September 09, 2022 18:15:00
    I don't think anybody in their right mind can think that what Biden has done i
    comparable to what trump does and says.

    There has been an obvious, sharp decline in all of biden's congnitive function

    He supposedly has always had a stutter, but I don't remember it much and
    don't see it much when watching older tape of him talking. Maybe he has
    always done it, but it has certainly gotten worse, and that is not a good thing.

    in 2012, joe biden kicked paul ryan's ass in a debate. he kicked him so hard
    his balls, paul ryan spit them out.

    Indeed, Biden used to be a lot sharper.

    What we have now is not the same joe biden.
    joe biden's family does not love him, and fellow democrats do not
    care about him.

    It is too bad. He wanted to be President for a long time and now he
    probably won't remember it long enough to really enjoy it.


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  • From poindexter FORTRAN@VERT/REALITY to Dumas Walker on Friday, September 09, 2022 09:24:00
    Dumas Walker wrote to DAITENGU <=-

    He also has some other body language, and mood/vocal inflection swings, that are additional signs of early dementia and/or other cognative
    issues.

    And, Trump was showing all signs of frontotemporal dementia. Still does, but he doesn't let it stop his fundraising.

    The average age in the senate is 64.3.

    We need younger representation in government, seeing as the decisions made
    now affect future generations.


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  • From MRO@VERT/BBSESINF to poindexter FORTRAN on Sunday, September 11, 2022 16:22:00
    Re: Re: Presidential Dementia
    By: poindexter FORTRAN to Dumas Walker on Fri Sep 09 2022 09:24 am

    Dumas Walker wrote to DAITENGU <=-

    He also has some other body language, and mood/vocal inflection swings, that are additional signs of early dementia and/or other cognative issues.

    And, Trump was showing all signs of frontotemporal dementia. Still does, but he doesn't let it stop his fundraising.


    nothing stops trump. if he has dementia then he's still way ahead a normal human being. he has seriously been out on the road fighting since he lost the election.
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  • From Arelor@VERT/PALANT to poindexter FORTRAN on Monday, September 12, 2022 18:10:00
    Re: Re: Presidential Dementia
    By: poindexter FORTRAN to Dumas Walker on Fri Sep 09 2022 09:24 am

    We need younger representation in government, seeing as the decisions made now affect future generations.


    Political parties are firms that sell political representation, but the whole staging in which politicians pretend they are one of us is pure fiction. It is nothing else than a marketing ploy so we get to support their firm instead of their competitors.

    "We need to elect politicians that are more like Collective X because Collective X needs representation" is just a fantasy. Politicians will never be Collective X.

    Besides, you don't need somebody to be $you in order to represent you. Most mathematicians would get a lawyer to represent them in court even if the lawyer will never know what a Lagrange Transform is.

    TBH, when evaluating candidates, I never consider age unless it is something that might prevent the candidate from doing the job he is being paid to do. A 20 years old factory worker does not need the Prime Minister to be a 20 years old factory worker. He needs a Prime Minister who understands and defends his interests, full stop.



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  • From bex@VERT/CONCHAOS to MRO on Tuesday, September 13, 2022 17:44:00
    MRO wrote to Dumas Walker <=-

    That pissed him off and at his speech he mentioned them and said more people voted for him than any other president. I don't believe that
    shit for one minute. ---

    Not a surprise, you're wrong in pretty much everything you believe and say.


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