Hillary Crushes Bernie in South Carolina Primary, 74% to 26%

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    Feb 28, 2016 1:54 AM GMT
    Looking good for Hillary Clinton. icon_biggrin.gif

    http://www.nbcnews.com/politics/2016-election/clinton-thunders-big-win-south-carolina-n527281

    http://www.nbcnews.com/politics/2016-election/primaries/SC
  • Eli_jah

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    Feb 28, 2016 1:59 AM GMT
    84% of the black vote? Jesus, blacks will really vote for any Democrat, huh? Wonder why it couldn't be Bernie, the lesser of two evils.

    How many more primaries are we slogging through now?
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    Feb 28, 2016 2:02 AM GMT
    Yaaaasssss Hillary!!!
    Her win makes Trumps win last week look weak as fuck!!!!
    She's gonna beat all the boys and make them cry and I fucking love it
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    southbeach1500 said
    Art_Deco saidLooking good for Hillary Clinton. icon_biggrin.gif


    Indeed, Kolonel.

    She got 84% of the black vote, thanks to her campaign, the DNC and their accomplices in the "main stream" media killing this story from a few days ago:

    Hillary: Blacks are "super-predators" and "we need to bring them to heel."


    Well, apparently the Black voters in SC didn't buy your lies & misrepresentations, no more than we do. And BTW, the spelling is Colonel with a "C", not with a "K". Mocking military rank, from someone who never wore his country's uniform, not only insults me, but every military veteran on this site, of any rank. But keep it up if you want, it just makes you more despicable & despised.

    In the meantime, Hillary won big! icon_biggrin.gif
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    84% of the black vote? Jesus, blacks will really vote for any Democrat, huh? Wonder why it couldn't be Bernie, the lesser of two evils.

    How many more primaries are we slogging through now?

    Well, to be clear, this was a DEMOCRATIC PARTY primary in which these Black voters participated. Therefore, anyone that Blacks voted for would be a Democrat. Well, actually, no, Sanders is a faux Democrat, in fact a self-avowed Socialist, and an Independent US Senator from Vermont. Until he suddenly decided to file for the Democratic primaries, which the rules allow.

    The remaining primaries calendar for both parties is shown at the bottom of the second link I provided in the OP.
  • HottJoe

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    Feb 28, 2016 2:15 AM GMT
    renegay said84% of the black vote? Jesus, blacks will really vote for any Democrat, huh? Wonder why it couldn't be Bernie, the lesser of two evils.

    How many more primaries are we slogging through now?

    Sanders was expected to lose. It's sadly name recognition and media spin that Clinton capitalized on. Her husband is very popular with southern democrats. Most Bernie supporters were former Clinton supporters, because she's a household name, and she was Obama's secretary of state.

    The thing is, Clinton supporters have to overlook her obvious dishonesty, and they do, but once they feel the Bern, they realize they have someone they can vote for that measures up to their ideals, is honest and has integrity.

    Bernie isn't a celebrity, but once people support him they are more loyal than supporters of any other candidate.

    Clinton supporters enjoy winning, but they fake their enthusiasm in the face of facts about their candidate that contradict who they say they are and indeed, she steals Bernie's positions to use as rhetoric. She and her supporters will set their integrity aside in a doomed bid.

    Ultimately, Trump will likely beat her, and she will do for the democrats what Romney did for the republicans.

    Democrats just won't be trusted after this.
  • JasonnNM

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    Feb 28, 2016 2:24 AM GMT
    HottJoe said
    renegay said84% of the black vote? Jesus, blacks will really vote for any Democrat, huh? Wonder why it couldn't be Bernie, the lesser of two evils.

    How many more primaries are we slogging through now?

    Sanders was expected to lose. It's sadly name recognition and media spin that Clinton capitalized on. Her husband is very popular with southern democrats. Most Bernie supporters were former Clinton supporters, because she's a household name, and she was Obama's secretary of state.

    The thing is, Clinton supporters have to overlook her obvious dishonesty, and they do, but once they feel the Bern, they realize they have someone they can vote for that measures up to their ideals, is honest and has integrity.

    Bernie isn't a celebrity, but once people support him they are more loyal than supporters of any other candidate.

    Clinton supporters enjoy winning, but they fake their enthusiasm in the face of facts about their candidate that contradict who they say they are and indeed, she steals Bernie's positions to use as rhetoric. She and her supporters will set their integrity aside in a doomed bid.

    Ultimately, Trump will likely beat her, and she will do for the democrats what Romney did for the republicans.

    Democrats just won't be trusted after this.






    Lol just admit you're a down low republican dude pushing that GOP focus group trash about honesty
    Character attacks are pure gop crap!!!
    no wonder youre in such a shiity mood
    you must hurting from the hard deep ass pounding bernie got from Clinton tonight!!!
  • Eli_jah

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    Feb 28, 2016 2:28 AM GMT
    HottJoe said
    renegay said84% of the black vote? Jesus, blacks will really vote for any Democrat, huh? Wonder why it couldn't be Bernie, the lesser of two evils.

    How many more primaries are we slogging through now?

    Sanders was expected to lose. It's sadly name recognition and media spin that Clinton capitalized on. Her husband is very popular with southern democrats. Most Bernie supporters were former Clinton supporters, because she's a household name, and she was Obama's secretary of state.

    The thing is, Clinton supporters have to overlook her obvious dishonesty, and they do, but once they feel the Bern, they realize they have someone they can vote for that measures up to their ideals, is honest and has integrity.

    Bernie isn't a celebrity, but once people support him they are more loyal than supporters of any other candidate.

    Clinton supporters enjoy winning, but they fake their enthusiasm in the face of facts about their candidate that contradict who they say they are and indeed, she steals Bernie's positions to use as rhetoric. She and her supporters will set their integrity aside in a doomed bid.

    Ultimately, Trump will likely beat her, and she will do for the democrats what Romney did for the republicans.

    Democrats just won't be trusted after this.


    Well said. But would Bernie be a viable candidate against Trump? There's a statistician saying Trump will mop the floor with either one.

    Shall we just resign ourselves to the fact that Trump will be the 45th Prez?

    He's firing on all cylinders: name recognition, media spin, support from blue collar America. Slaying in national polls. Money, money, money (isn't he partially funding his own campaign?) It might just be time to call it on that one. How much can really change in the next few months?

    http://www.usnews.com/news/articles/2016-02-26/trump-will-become-president-statistical-model-says
  • HottJoe

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    Feb 28, 2016 2:29 AM GMT
    JasonnNM said
    HottJoe said
    renegay said84% of the black vote? Jesus, blacks will really vote for any Democrat, huh? Wonder why it couldn't be Bernie, the lesser of two evils.

    How many more primaries are we slogging through now?

    Sanders was expected to lose. It's sadly name recognition and media spin that Clinton capitalized on. Her husband is very popular with southern democrats. Most Bernie supporters were former Clinton supporters, because she's a household name, and she was Obama's secretary of state.

    The thing is, Clinton supporters have to overlook her obvious dishonesty, and they do, but once they feel the Bern, they realize they have someone they can vote for that measures up to their ideals, is honest and has integrity.

    Bernie isn't a celebrity, but once people support him they are more loyal than supporters of any other candidate.

    Clinton supporters enjoy winning, but they fake their enthusiasm in the face of facts about their candidate that contradict who they say they are and indeed, she steals Bernie's positions to use as rhetoric. She and her supporters will set their integrity aside in a doomed bid.

    Ultimately, Trump will likely beat her, and she will do for the democrats what Romney did for the republicans.

    Democrats just won't be trusted after this.






    Lol just admit you're a down low republican dude pushing that GOP focus group trash about honesty
    Character attacks are pure gop crap!!!
    no wonder youre in such a shiity mood
    you must hurting from the hard deep ass pounding bernie got from Clinton tonight!!!

    No, I'm not a republican. I just can't tell the difference between Clinton and the republicans. Might as well vote for Bush.
  • Eli_jah

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    Feb 28, 2016 2:40 AM GMT
    southbeach1500 said
    Art_Deco said
    southbeach1500 said
    Art_Deco saidLooking good for Hillary Clinton. icon_biggrin.gif


    Indeed, Kolonel.

    She got 84% of the black vote, thanks to her campaign, the DNC and their accomplices in the "main stream" media killing this story from a few days ago:

    Hillary: Blacks are "super-predators" and "we need to bring them to heel."


    Well, apparently the Black voters in SC didn't buy your lies & misrepresentations, no more than we do. And BTW, the spelling is Colonel with a "C", not with a "K". Mocking military rank, from someone who never wore his country's uniform, not only insults me, but every military veteran on this site, of any rank. But keep it up if you want, it just makes you more despicable & despised.

    In the meantime, Hillary won big! icon_biggrin.gif


    Kolonel Klueless,

    I didn't make up the story, I just reported it here. So are you also saying that Black Lives Matter are liars? THEY are the one who brought this up this past week.


    Statements can be taken out of context the same ways statistics can lie. This is Politics 101.
  • HottJoe

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    Feb 28, 2016 3:27 AM GMT
    renegay said
    HottJoe said
    renegay said84% of the black vote? Jesus, blacks will really vote for any Democrat, huh? Wonder why it couldn't be Bernie, the lesser of two evils.

    How many more primaries are we slogging through now?

    Sanders was expected to lose. It's sadly name recognition and media spin that Clinton capitalized on. Her husband is very popular with southern democrats. Most Bernie supporters were former Clinton supporters, because she's a household name, and she was Obama's secretary of state.

    The thing is, Clinton supporters have to overlook her obvious dishonesty, and they do, but once they feel the Bern, they realize they have someone they can vote for that measures up to their ideals, is honest and has integrity.

    Bernie isn't a celebrity, but once people support him they are more loyal than supporters of any other candidate.

    Clinton supporters enjoy winning, but they fake their enthusiasm in the face of facts about their candidate that contradict who they say they are and indeed, she steals Bernie's positions to use as rhetoric. She and her supporters will set their integrity aside in a doomed bid.

    Ultimately, Trump will likely beat her, and she will do for the democrats what Romney did for the republicans.

    Democrats just won't be trusted after this.


    Well said. But would Bernie be a viable candidate against Trump? There's a statistician saying Trump will mop the floor with either one.

    Shall we just resign ourselves to the fact that Trump will be the 45th Prez?

    He's firing on all cylinders: name recognition, media spin, support from blue collar America. Slaying in national polls. Money, money, money (isn't he partially funding his own campaign?) It might just be time to call it on that one. How much can really change in the next few months?

    http://www.usnews.com/news/articles/2016-02-26/trump-will-become-president-statistical-model-says

    We won't know until November. Anything can happen. Mainstream America could reject Trump overnight. He's a celebrity and opinions of him are shallow. He's funding his candidacy on a relative shoestring budget, like a slick real estate developer looking to make a killing. Clinton's financial support comes from wealthy democrat donors. She's even worse than Trump, in terms of integrity and pandering. She's as polarizing as Ted Cruz. Sanders is not buying the presidency himself, his rich friends aren't buying it for him, voters who are paying attention are actually crowd funding his whole campaign. It's the only inspiring thing happening right now.

    I do believe Sanders would get chosen over Trump come November. The country would love him, like they once loved FDR, the longest serving POTUS. But Sanders is a long shot in the primary.

    Interestingly, Obama could just tap either Clinton or Sanders, and it would be a done deal, but I think he'll leave it to the voters and the candidates themselves, and focus on his job of nominating the next SCOTUS, which is good on him.

    Obama is currently more liked and trusted in the mainstream consciousness than any of them. By next November, Trump could face the country might just vote for whomever Obama stumps for, rather than a B list celebrity.
  • Eli_jah

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    Feb 28, 2016 3:28 AM GMT
    southbeach1500 said
    renegay said
    southbeach1500 said
    Art_Deco said
    southbeach1500 said
    Art_Deco saidLooking good for Hillary Clinton. icon_biggrin.gif


    Indeed, Kolonel.

    She got 84% of the black vote, thanks to her campaign, the DNC and their accomplices in the "main stream" media killing this story from a few days ago:

    Hillary: Blacks are "super-predators" and "we need to bring them to heel."


    Well, apparently the Black voters in SC didn't buy your lies & misrepresentations, no more than we do. And BTW, the spelling is Colonel with a "C", not with a "K". Mocking military rank, from someone who never wore his country's uniform, not only insults me, but every military veteran on this site, of any rank. But keep it up if you want, it just makes you more despicable & despised.

    In the meantime, Hillary won big! icon_biggrin.gif


    Kolonel Klueless,

    I didn't make up the story, I just reported it here. So are you also saying that Black Lives Matter are liars? THEY are the one who brought this up this past week.


    Statements can be taken out of context the same ways statistics can lie. This is Politics 101.


    Again, so is Black Lives Matter misrepresenting something here?


    Black Lives Matter has an agenda just like Hillary effin' Clinton. BLM is now an organization that receives hundreds of thousands in donations, it is not just some small grassroots thing anymore. I wouldn't be surprised if this was orchestrated just to get clicks and donations, because I really don't see what they're trying to accomplish here. This is not the way to engage a major presidential candidate, IMO. You see how quickly Hillary brushed her off.

    Point is, I don't think any of these activist/non-profit groups are entirely altruistic. Who knows what their agenda is? But obviously blacks support Clinton, with 84% voting for her in the SC primary.
  • Eli_jah

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    Feb 28, 2016 3:33 AM GMT
    HottJoe said
    renegay said
    HottJoe said
    renegay said84% of the black vote? Jesus, blacks will really vote for any Democrat, huh? Wonder why it couldn't be Bernie, the lesser of two evils.

    How many more primaries are we slogging through now?

    Sanders was expected to lose. It's sadly name recognition and media spin that Clinton capitalized on. Her husband is very popular with southern democrats. Most Bernie supporters were former Clinton supporters, because she's a household name, and she was Obama's secretary of state.

    The thing is, Clinton supporters have to overlook her obvious dishonesty, and they do, but once they feel the Bern, they realize they have someone they can vote for that measures up to their ideals, is honest and has integrity.

    Bernie isn't a celebrity, but once people support him they are more loyal than supporters of any other candidate.

    Clinton supporters enjoy winning, but they fake their enthusiasm in the face of facts about their candidate that contradict who they say they are and indeed, she steals Bernie's positions to use as rhetoric. She and her supporters will set their integrity aside in a doomed bid.

    Ultimately, Trump will likely beat her, and she will do for the democrats what Romney did for the republicans.

    Democrats just won't be trusted after this.


    Well said. But would Bernie be a viable candidate against Trump? There's a statistician saying Trump will mop the floor with either one.

    Shall we just resign ourselves to the fact that Trump will be the 45th Prez?

    He's firing on all cylinders: name recognition, media spin, support from blue collar America. Slaying in national polls. Money, money, money (isn't he partially funding his own campaign?) It might just be time to call it on that one. How much can really change in the next few months?

    http://www.usnews.com/news/articles/2016-02-26/trump-will-become-president-statistical-model-says

    We won't know until November. Anything can happen. Mainstream America could reject Trump overnight. He's a celebrity and opinions of him are shallow. He's funding his candidacy on a relative shoestring budget, like a slick real estate developer looking to make a killing. Clinton's financial support comes from wealthy democrat donors. She's even worse than Trump, in terms of integrity and pandering. She's as polarizing as Ted Cruz. Sanders is not buying the presidency himself, his rich friends aren't buying it for him, voters who are paying attention are actually crowd funding his whole campaign. It's the only inspiring thing happening right now.

    I do believe Sanders would get chosen over Trump come November. The country would love him, like they once loved FDR, the longest serving POTUS. But Sanders is a long shot in the primary.

    Interestingly, Obama could just tap either Clinton or Sanders, and it would be a done deal, but I think he'll leave it to the voters and the candidates themselves, and focus on his job of nominating the next SCOTUS, which is good on him.

    Obama is currently more liked and trusted in the mainstream consciousness than any of them. By next November, Trump could face the country might just vote for whomever Obama stumps for, rather than a B list celebrity.


    Hmm, so you don't think Obama will endorse a candidate?

    I'm all for "power of the people", but are the people's donations enough to carry Sanders? And yes, he's lagging in the primaries.

    This election has no clear path and no easy answers. Worrying, but I think needed.
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    Why would anyone vote for Clinton over Sanders? I just don't get it. icon_confused.gif
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    Feb 28, 2016 3:49 AM GMT
    renegay said
    southbeach1500 said
    renegay said
    southbeach1500 said
    Art_Deco said
    southbeach1500 said
    Art_Deco saidLooking good for Hillary Clinton. icon_biggrin.gif


    Indeed, Kolonel.

    She got 84% of the black vote, thanks to her campaign, the DNC and their accomplices in the "main stream" media killing this story from a few days ago:

    Hillary: Blacks are "super-predators" and "we need to bring them to heel."


    Well, apparently the Black voters in SC didn't buy your lies & misrepresentations, no more than we do. And BTW, the spelling is Colonel with a "C", not with a "K". Mocking military rank, from someone who never wore his country's uniform, not only insults me, but every military veteran on this site, of any rank. But keep it up if you want, it just makes you more despicable & despised.

    In the meantime, Hillary won big! icon_biggrin.gif


    Kolonel Klueless,

    I didn't make up the story, I just reported it here. So are you also saying that Black Lives Matter are liars? THEY are the one who brought this up this past week.


    Statements can be taken out of context the same ways statistics can lie. This is Politics 101.


    Again, so is Black Lives Matter misrepresenting something here?


    Black Lives Matter has an agenda just like Hillary effin' Clinton. BLM is now an organization that receives hundreds of thousands in donations, it is not just some small grassroots thing anymore. I wouldn't be surprised if this was orchestrated just to get clicks and donations, because I really don't see what they're trying to accomplish here. This is not the way to engage a major presidential candidate, IMO. You see how quickly Hillary brushed her off.

    Point is, I don't think any of these activist/non-profit groups are entirely altruistic. Who knows what their agenda is? But obviously blacks support Clinton, with 84% voting for her in the SC primary.

    I don't know if it was organized. From what I've seen, I'm inclined to believe that the protester acted on her own or with minimal support. I've seen that BLM is large and organized around protesting police shootings, but this appeared to be only a couple of people.

    Personally, I don't think the protester was out of line. If a politician was a homophobe and a white gay protester showed up with a rainbow sign, I would feel like anyone who criticized the protester was a homophobe.

    I feel that candidates for office have to be able answer to constituents, not on their script, but on the issues of the people. I think we see a candidate's true colors in times like this, and Clinton just kicked her out on her ass with some bouncers and then got back her issues. Her only issue is how to become the president, and she doesn't do it well.
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    southbeach1500 said
    But once Loretta Lynch declares that no charges will be filed against Hillary (and half the FBI then resigns in protest), Obama will endorse Hillary.

    HALF the FBI will resign? Really? Can we have that prediction in writing? Oh, wait, we already do.

    Is that like your predictions that John McCain and Sarah Palin were unbeatable in the 2008 Presidential election? Or that Mitt Romney was certain to be moving into the White House following 2012, nothing could stop him? Hoping that we Obama supporters would become disheartened and just give up early and not even go vote?

    Same tactics, different candidates. I really shouldn't be advising you to revise your worn-out game plan, because it's failed so badly in the past in Presidential elections, to my satisfaction. You (or your handlers) might actually devise something new and more effective.

    Oh, BTW, isn't this where you bitch that I put this in the All Things Gay forum, instead of Politics? Because you're losing the argument here?
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    southbeach1500 said
    But once Loretta Lynch declares that no charges will be filed against Hillary (and half the FBI then resigns in protest), Obama will endorse Hillary.

    HALF the FBI will resign? Really? Can we have that prediction in writing? Oh, wait, we already do.

    I don't think we've heard the final story about an indictment or pardon. Based on what is known, multiple, serious felonies have been committed. To those of us who have been entrusted to handle classified material and know the law, that is obvious.

    What is not exactly known to the public is the specific role Hillary played versus her associates. Given the extent of the emails and the nature of the classified material already known, it is difficult to imagine Hillary is without guilt.

    Given the reputation of those in charge at the FBI and the reported 100-150 agents assigned, if politics inhibits a prosecution without a pardon, it is also hard to imagine there won't be some combination of leaks / resignations / whistle-blowers.

    I still think the most likely scenario is Hillary will be forced to drop out and Biden will step in. I think Biden will be a more formidable candidate because of all Hillary's negatives.
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    Feb 28, 2016 4:24 AM GMT
    socalfitness said
    Art_Deco said
    southbeach1500 said
    But once Loretta Lynch declares that no charges will be filed against Hillary (and half the FBI then resigns in protest), Obama will endorse Hillary.

    HALF the FBI will resign? Really? Can we have that prediction in writing? Oh, wait, we already do.

    I don't think we've heard the final story about an indictment or pardon. Based on what is known, multiple, serious felonies have been committed. To those of us who have been entrusted to handle classified material and know the law, that is obvious.

    What is not exactly known to the public is the specific role Hillary played versus her associates. Given the extent of the emails and the nature of the classified material already known, it is difficult to imagine Hillary is without guilt.

    Given the reputation of those in charge at the FBI and the reported 100-150 agents assigned, if politics inhibits a prosecution without a pardon, it is also hard to imagine there won't be some combination of leaks / resignations / whistle-blowers.

    I still think the most likely scenario is Hillary will be forced to drop out and Biden will step in. I think Biden will be a more formidable opponent because of all Hillary's negatives.


    Oh snap, will this be Watergate Part 2?

    I'm PERCHED. Heads will roll (but probably not Hillary's). icon_cool.gif
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    JasonnNM saidYaaaasssss Hillary!!!
    Her win makes Trumps win last week look weak as fuck!!!!
    She's gonna beat all the boys and make them cry and I fucking love it

    another of SB's fake account. pathetic!
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    It's beginning to look like it's going to be Clinton v. Trump--assuming the Republican party does not abandon Trump. This coming Tuesday will be demonstrative but not definitive.
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    Feb 28, 2016 4:43 PM GMT
    Well Trump has his own legal problems brewing. The fraud alleged in the defunct Trump University and the students who lost money with false claims may hit the courts soon. And even if it remains out of court for now it could provide good campaign material for the Dems. TV ads featuring defrauded students relating their misfortune to have bought into Trump's lies will not be pretty.

    Nor will closer examination of his bankruptcies, and various other failed business ventures that left many people holding the bag. Trump has a pattern not just of deal making, but of deal breaking. And then there's his taxes...

    The fear that all this will break right after the nominating convention has chosen Trump, is one of the things that is frightening Republican leadership. Whether Trump voluntarily withdraws at that point or the Party has the means to remove him from the ticket, it would kill their November chances.

    Aside from the credibility issue, restarting and funding a national Presidential campaign for his replacement would be almost impossible that late. If Trump self-destructs he could take the entire Republican ticket down with him nation-wide, and the Party knows it. And I'll be loving it. icon_biggrin.gif
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    Feb 28, 2016 7:21 PM GMT
    http://youtu.be/-dY77j6uBHI Ill just leave this link here for all the sheeple lol.