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Sharpie-gate continued: Trump doubles down on Dorian's aim for Alabama

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That spade he is using must be worn out with all that digging, the hole must be a 100 meters deep.

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Narcissists are incapable of admitting they are wrong, that someone else might know more than them (in this case the weather service, who had to responsibly notify people of reality that Alabama was not going to get hit). That ABC chart may have been best guess at the time but it had been updated by time DJT tweeted. Recall he didn't go to Poland to congratulate them over being invaded by Nazis, he was staying home (and playing golf) so he could stay on top of the situation (which he didn't)

 I used to do charity work with full bore narcissist: never admit wrong, lie about how smart and accomplished they are, never listen to anyone but themselves.

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So Rear Admiral Peter Brown, United states Navy - is another snivelling toady with his nose up Trumps sphincter. Yes boss, no boss - here's the nuclear code keys - got to keep my job..........

 

How degrading for the mighty USN - John Paul Jones would spit on the cretin!

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6 hours ago, Cryingdick said:

When Dorian was far away they predicted it would go straight through Florida and into the gulf. All major oil companies evacuated non-essential personnel from the gulf. Alabama is on the gulf.

And dog <deleted> tastes good as well, eh?

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