ABC chief news anchor George Staphylococcus caught in lie about donations to the Clinton Charitable Money Laundering Fund.

  • bobbobbob

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    May 14, 2015 10:35 PM GMT
    ABC News’s chief anchor, George Stephanopoulos, acknowledged Thursday that he had made donations to the Clinton Foundation in recent years without disclosing those contributions to his employer — even as he reported on the Clintons and their foundation.

    Mr. Stephanopoulos said he should have disclosed the donations to ABC and to his viewers. His gifts to the foundation of at least $50,000 were first reported Thursday morning by Politico.

    He gave $75,000. It appears he picked up bad habits from working with Billary.

    http://www.nytimes.com/politics/first-draft/2015/05/14/george-stephanopoulos-acknowledges-giving-money-to-clinton-foundation/
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    May 15, 2015 1:58 AM GMT
    I believe his proper name is Mr. Snuffleupagus.
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    May 15, 2015 2:24 AM GMT
    paulflexes saidI believe his proper name is Mr. Snuffleupagus.


    I tried spelling that but spell correct put it on the screen as "snuggle-up-your-ass." I saw that guy once in Atlanta.. DAMN He can't be more than 5'3" 110 lbs. LOL.
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    May 15, 2015 2:30 AM GMT
    bobbobbob said
    paulflexes saidI believe his proper name is Mr. Snuffleupagus.


    I tried spelling that but spell correct put it on the screen as "snuggle-up-your-ass." I saw that guy once in Atlanta.. DAMN He can't be more than 5'3" 110 lbs. LOL.
    And he's not exactly pretty, either.
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  • maggass

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    May 15, 2015 4:06 AM GMT
    No need to insult Greek last names. We DID invent everything after all. Including man sex that you all enjoy icon_wink.gif
  • bobbobbob

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    May 15, 2015 4:37 AM GMT
    maggass saidNo need to insult Greek last names. We DID invent everything after all. Including man sex that you all enjoy icon_wink.gif


    ^^^ I'm assuming you're joking... but just in case you're not...

    The museum in Cantabria Spain has a large number of homoerotic artifacts as old as 40,000 years that might dispute that.
    http://cabeceras.eldiariomontanes.es/imagenes-municipios/torrelavega-besaya/1706/sexo-en-piedra-en-santillana-del-mar.html#imagen5

    And so does the cave and museum in Rouffignac, France. The cave there is pretty famous and not completely open to the public due the subject of many of the paintings.

    And if Greeks invented homosexuality then they must have been the first Europeans to reach the New World and teach it to the indigenous people of the Americas.

    I guess we need to rewrite history, huh?
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    May 15, 2015 4:41 AM GMT
    maggass saidNo need to insult Greek last names. We DID invent everything after all. Including man sex that you all enjoy icon_wink.gif
    Greece also invented the perfect ideal male physique.

    So, if you're truly Greek, why don't you have the perfect Adonis body? icon_razz.gif

    #j/k
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    May 15, 2015 5:37 AM GMT
    maggass saidNo need to insult Greek last names. We DID invent everything after all. Including man sex that you all enjoy icon_wink.gif


    And wrestling that made my high school years just a bit better
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    May 15, 2015 5:39 AM GMT
    bobbobbob said
    maggass saidNo need to insult Greek last names. We DID invent everything after all. Including man sex that you all enjoy icon_wink.gif


    ^^^ I'm assuming you're joking... but just in case you're not...

    The museum in Cantabria Spain has a large number of homoerotic artifacts as old as 40,000 years that might dispute that.
    http://cabeceras.eldiariomontanes.es/imagenes-municipios/torrelavega-besaya/1706/sexo-en-piedra-en-santillana-del-mar.html#imagen5

    And so does the cave and museum in Rouffignac, France. The cave there is pretty famous and not completely open to the public due the subject of many of the paintings.

    And if Greeks invented homosexuality then they must have been the first Europeans to reach the New World and teach it to the indigenous people of the Americas.

    I guess we need to rewrite history, huh?


    "And so does the cave and museum in Rouffignac, France. The cave there is pretty famous and not completely open "

    Ohhh, cave man .... the ultimate bear!
  • Hypertrophile

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    May 15, 2015 3:11 PM GMT
    I totally agree with Bob here. Nobody should be able to support candidates anonymously.
  • venue35

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    May 15, 2015 4:02 PM GMT
    All I know is that a lot of words used in English come from the Greek language which i speak

    Telephone τηλέφωνο
    Antithesis αντίθεση
    Cinema σινεμά
    Diamond διαμαντη
    History Ιστορία Etc..

    I dont know if the ancient Greeks were the first people to go homo but I know that it was accepted back then.
    I love the Kubrick movie Spartacus!

    I think the ancient egyptians should take some credit for things in the modern world they go wayyyyy back too
    This is so funny I was in a cab driving past the acropolis and the cab driver was trying to make me believe that the ancient Greeks had electricity back then and that was the only way it could have been built.lol
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    May 15, 2015 8:37 PM GMT
    venue35 said
    This is so funny I was in a cab driving past the acropolis and the cab driver was trying to make me believe that the ancient Greeks had electricity back then and that was the only way it could have been built.lol


    I hope you didn't waste your time trying to convince him he was mistaken. LOL!!!!

    I really get a kick out of some of the obviously false myths that spring up presumably to bolster national pride. A few years ago I met a doctor who'd come to the US from a 3rd world nation for his education. I did a bit of research on his homeland so he and I would have something to talk about. Once I brought up his homeland he gave me a list of the great things people in his nation had accomplished... like inventing algebra, the first oil wells, refining petroleum, antibiotics, and the world's first sewer systems.

    I was polite and listened. I didn't tell him that I knew his nation didn't have a written language until the early 19th century when European missionaries developed it or that Algebra came from the combination of Egypt, Babylonia and Greece over 2,500 years earlier.
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    May 15, 2015 8:48 PM GMT
    bobbobbob said
    venue35 said
    This is so funny I was in a cab driving past the acropolis and the cab driver was trying to make me believe that the ancient Greeks had electricity back then and that was the only way it could have been built.lol


    I hope you didn't waste your time trying to convince him he was mistaken. LOL!!!!

    I really get a kick out of some of the obviously false myths that spring up presumably to bolster national pride. A few years ago I met a doctor who'd come to the US from a 3rd world nation for his education. I did a bit of research on his homeland so he and I would have something to talk about. Once I brought up his homeland he gave me a list of the great things people in his nation had accomplished... like inventing algebra, the first oil wells, refining petroleum, antibiotics, and the world's first sewer systems.

    I was polite and listened. I didn't tell him that I knew his nation didn't have a written language until the early 19th century when European missionaries developed it or that Algebra came from the combination of Egypt, Babylonia and Greece over 2,500 years earlier.


    FWIW it's not uncommon for mathematicians to attribute algebra (from "al-jabr") to al-Khwarizmi. The Egyptians, Greeks, and Babylonians developed the arithmetic that motivated it (and which we emphasize in the K12 and remedial "algebra" curricula) but several faculty for whom I have the utmost respect made very good cases for algebra having taken on a life beyond arithmetic amongst the Persians.

    Then again, I suck at algebra; I much prefer topology and analysis. Rarely do I open my mouth in front of an algebraist and not feel like an ass five seconds later.
  • jo2hotbod

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    May 15, 2015 8:52 PM GMT
    So what
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    May 15, 2015 8:55 PM GMT
    Doesn't really matter, I was just trying to get your attention. <3
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    May 15, 2015 9:11 PM GMT
    maggass saidNo need to insult Greek last names. We DID invent everything after all. Including man sex that you all enjoy icon_wink.gif

    And the best food in the world. Spanakopita, moussaka, tiropita, baklava, bougatsa, and a custard filled phyllo I can't remember the name of. Do you know Venue?
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    May 15, 2015 9:16 PM GMT
    Yes I eat those foods all the time but I like Asian and American food too.
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    May 15, 2015 9:17 PM GMT
    bobbobbob said
    venue35 said
    This is so funny I was in a cab driving past the acropolis and the cab driver was trying to make me believe that the ancient Greeks had electricity back then and that was the only way it could have been built.lol


    I hope you didn't waste your time trying to convince him he was mistaken. LOL!!!!

    I really get a kick out of some of the obviously false myths that spring up presumably to bolster national pride. A few years ago I met a doctor who'd come to the US from a 3rd world nation for his education. I did a bit of research on his homeland so he and I would have something to talk about. Once I brought up his homeland he gave me a list of the great things people in his nation had accomplished... like inventing algebra, the first oil wells, refining petroleum, antibiotics, and the world's first sewer systems.

    I was polite and listened. I didn't tell him that I knew his nation didn't have a written language until the early 19th century when European missionaries developed it or that Algebra came from the combination of Egypt, Babylonia and Greece over 2,500 years earlier.

    no I didn't because it was too ludicrous to believe.
    if they had electricity 3000 years ago how was it kept a secret for so long ?? Lol
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    May 15, 2015 11:08 PM GMT
    paulflexes said
    maggass saidNo need to insult Greek last names. We DID invent everything after all. Including man sex that you all enjoy icon_wink.gif
    Greece also invented the perfect ideal male physique.

    So, if you're truly Greek, why don't you have the perfect Adonis body? icon_razz.gif

    May not be perfect, but he looks good enough to me. I wouldn't kick him out of bed. He looks a bit more muscular than Adonis probably was - who was, after all an eternal youth.
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    May 15, 2015 11:11 PM GMT
    DefensiveEnd said
    maggass saidNo need to insult Greek last names. We DID invent everything after all. Including man sex that you all enjoy icon_wink.gif

    And the best food in the world. Spanakopita, moussaka, tiropita, baklava, bougatsa, and a custard filled phyllo I can't remember the name of. Do you know Venue?


    Galaktoboureko. It's deelish.

  • bro4bro

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    May 16, 2015 11:18 PM GMT
    bobbobbob saidI saw that guy once in Atlanta.. DAMN He can't be more than 5'3" 110 lbs. LOL.


    I'm kinda wondering what's so LOL about somebody being short.

    What height does someone have to be before it isn't funny anymore?

    Hmm, maybe Joe Pesci (5'4") has some thoughts on this...
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    May 16, 2015 11:25 PM GMT
    bro4bro said
    bobbobbob saidI saw that guy once in Atlanta.. DAMN He can't be more than 5'3" 110 lbs. LOL.


    I'm kinda wondering what's so LOL about somebody being short.

    What height does someone have to be before it isn't funny anymore?

    Hmm, maybe Joe Pesci (5'4") has some thoughts on this...


    Nothing funny about it except that it was a total shock to see he's so short.