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  • MongoSlade

    MongoSlade 8:06 PM on December 14, 2017 Permalink |  

    5pt game with around 3 minutes to go.
    We jack 3’s on three straight possessions.
    Lebron 2 buckets at the rim.
    Ballgame…

     
  • MongoSlade

    MongoSlade 6:53 PM on November 27, 2017 Permalink  

     
    • LakerTom (Publisher) 7:29 PM on November 27, 2017 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      The truth is Nance starting has resulted in the Lakers being down in points.. Your own numbers show that. Just add up the stats you listed below and you come up with -14points over 8 games. If you ignore the first 2 games, you come up with -15 over the last 5 games. -3 points per game is not a minor number. It’s the difference between several wins over the season.

      Further, if you want to waste more time trying to deny what your eyes should tell you, why not check and see what the score was in the second half of games when Larry started and to be complete, do the same for Kyle Kuzma. The argument that Nance hurts our offense more than he helps on defense is not one I made up. It’s a subject that has been debated many times with many different opinions.

      Frankly, I believe we’ll see Nance eventually replaced by Kuzma for the obvious reasons. It’s more likely to happen than Nance holding down the job all year long. If that happens and Larry plays well, I;ll tip my hat to him. In the meantime, i’m hoping Larry will prove me wrong and not hurt us but I have very little confidence that will happen. Than we’ll move on to the next excuse, where Luke starts saying it’s the intangibles that Larry brings to the table, even though we’re getting outscored when he’s on the floor.

    • MongoSlade

      MongoSlade 7:49 PM on November 27, 2017 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      5 times tied or with the lead.
      3 times trailing.
      No need to complicate it.

      And I’ve never once said Nance was the better player.
      What I’ve said is that it hasn’t mattered and gave you the numbers that show it.

      All you’ve given is opinion….

  • MongoSlade

    MongoSlade 2:29 PM on November 27, 2017 Permalink  

    Let’s Cut the B.S. 

    Just for shytes & giggles I looked up the point differential in each game when LNjr was subbed out in the 1st quarter….

    Game 1: tie
    Game 2: +1
    Game 3: -8
    Game 4: +1
    Game 5: +3
    Game 6: -10
    Game 7: +7
    Game 8: -8

    That’s a far cry from “starting every game in the hole” with Nance as a starter. Stop with the false narrative…please.

     
    • LakerTom (Publisher) 6:28 PM on November 27, 2017 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      LMAO. The defense you tout so much better be a lot better with Nance because they have to make up a lot on the other end.

      No matter how you want to cut it, Nance is not a better player or starter than Kuzma.

      Think what you want right now but you’ll see over the next few weeks how Nance’s lack of offense and ability to stretch the floor hurts us more than his slightly better defense does, evdn if you won’t admit it.

      • MongoSlade

        MongoSlade 6:54 PM on November 27, 2017 Permalink | Log in to Reply

        Only thing I’m disputing is this bullsh!t narrative of yours that LNjr in the starting lineup is putting us in a hole every night. I honestly don’t care who starts because just about every metric has shown that we aren’t demonstrably better either way. You love to b!tch & moan about old school thinking but that’s exactly what this starter/bench thing is. It’s not a “punishment” to come off the bench when you’re still playing 30 minutes & closing out games in today’s “modern” NBA…

      • keen observer

        keen observer 6:55 PM on November 27, 2017 Permalink | Log in to Reply

        I must agree with Mongo. I fail to see why this so infuriates you, Tom. It’s not a big deal IMO. It’s the minutes and who finishes that matters. If you were a Spurs fan, you would have been LMAOing at fans who remained cool with Ginobili coming off the bench and criticizing Pop at the same time. Relax, man. You’ll get to watch Kuzma his 28-30 mpg. He shouldn’t be playing 35 mpg at this point anyway. That’s potentially dangerous to his health.

      • tate793

        tate793 2:27 AM on November 28, 2017 Permalink | Log in to Reply

        LNJr had 8 rebs, 4 steals, 1 blk, 0 turnovers. Shot just as many shots as Ball and Kuzma. Why ain’t you b*itching about Lopez only having 1 rebound or Ingrams 4 turnovers? Or why not mention the fact that if Ingram, Lopez and Randle had made their freethrows we would have won?

        .

    • tate793

      tate793 2:02 AM on November 28, 2017 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      Some of our best players came off the bench. Lou Williams (really took it to us tonight), LO (was doing great till the Bus Boy screwed up his psyche with that premature trade announcement) and Michael Cooper (one of our best defenders EVER).

      ONE OF THE BEST PLAYERS THE GAME HAS EVER SEEN, (8 time NBA Champion, Finals MVP, 13 time All Star, 20 time All NBA, 20.8 ppg, 6.8 rebs, 4.8 assists, 1.2 steals, 815 ft%, .439 fg%, JOHN HAVLICEK -- never started one NBA game

      • Worthy42

        Worthy42 4:30 AM on November 28, 2017 Permalink | Log in to Reply

        Please don’t include Lou Williams as a Laker great.

        • Magicman (Editor)

          Magicman (Editor) 9:06 AM on November 28, 2017 Permalink | Log in to Reply

          He played great with us. I think Deone can use that adjective if he chooses.

          • Worthy42

            Worthy42 9:32 AM on November 28, 2017 Permalink | Log in to Reply

            He scored with us. That isn’t the same as playing great.

    • tate793

      tate793 9:03 AM on November 28, 2017 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      If you actually READ the post, it referred to LouWill being one of our best players that came off the bench.

      He was the reigning 6MOY when he came here.

      Be that as it may, I’ll call him whatever I like.

      • tate793

        tate793 12:54 PM on November 29, 2017 Permalink | Log in to Reply

        What a piece of work. To claim that a 6MOY ain’t a great player really belies one’s basketball acumen. Do you have a reading comprehension problem? Are misfiring neurons in your hippocampus preventing the conversion from short-term to long-term memory?

  • MongoSlade

    MongoSlade 3:22 PM on November 26, 2017 Permalink  

    It doesn’t matter as much as you think… 

     
  • MongoSlade

    MongoSlade 5:12 PM on November 21, 2017 Permalink  

    Clutch Gene 

     
    • Jamie Sweet (Local Ne'er-Do-Well)

      Jamie Sweet (Local Ne'er-Do-Well) 6:30 PM on November 21, 2017 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      Kyrie has been killing the Association this year. Porzingis doing this already? At his size? If he stays healthy that will become a destination for another talented player, Somebody has to want to save the Knicks front office from themselves.

      It’s funny how LeBron being there has become basically assumed, you’re more amazed at who’s keeping company with him every season. But Damien is probably the second most consistently good in that group. That guy has all sorts of clutch gene.

  • MongoSlade

    MongoSlade 3:22 PM on November 18, 2017 Permalink  

    It Matters 

     
    • Magicman (Editor)

      Magicman (Editor) 3:57 PM on November 18, 2017 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      “I thought [Ball] was smart just staying away from it,” said teammate Brook Lopez, who walked over to try to break things up. “He was staying out of trouble. I feel like I’m big enough where I can get in the middle of it. I’m not going to do anything crazy. I’m just trying to get everything under control.

      “I just try to get in there and break it up,” the 7-foot Lopez added. “I’ll just try to get in the middle of it. If someone throws a punch, maybe it’ll hit me. I can take it. Unlike [twin brother] Robin, probably.”

    • Jamie Sweet (Local Ne'er-Do-Well)

      Jamie Sweet (Local Ne'er-Do-Well) 4:21 PM on November 18, 2017 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      I think it does matter, a leader gets in there with his teammates. Sure, it might be dumb and even result in a fine or suspension. You don’t even have to throw punches, just show solidarity. On the other hand, that dude is under the microscope to end all microscopes. Between replacing our other #2 pick, his Dad and brand, and just being the odd kind of player he is (doesn’t fit into too many traditional NBA molds, yet) I can also see him thinking: Zo, last thing you need is more questions or attention.

      Basically doesn’t matter what that kid does, somebody gonna disagree with it. Love Lopez sticking up for him and showing leadership.

  • MongoSlade

    MongoSlade 2:50 PM on November 18, 2017 Permalink  

    Luke wants less 3pt chucking 

     
    • mclyne32 (Director) 2:59 PM on November 18, 2017 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      Thank God!!!!
      It’s about freaking time.
      It’s also time for Lonzo to develop a mid range game.
      He has a guy to mentor him available that used his mid range game to become an all time great- great enough to be a real contender for the GOAT.

    • Jamie Sweet (Local Ne'er-Do-Well)

      Jamie Sweet (Local Ne'er-Do-Well) 4:29 PM on November 18, 2017 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      We got a bunch of really streaky shooters. Not a one is a proven dead-eye, knock-down shooter. Brook had one decent season which he isn’t replicating yet. KCP was always streaky, Clarkson, too. Especially from three. Ingram hasn’t even had much success…Ennis and Brewer are guys who can hit a three but not many of them and not in large volume. Just not their game. Quality looks will help a little, better to let our many skilled guys get into the paint and use said skills.

  • MongoSlade

    MongoSlade 6:02 AM on November 18, 2017 Permalink  

    I liked Lonzo being more aggressive driving to the hoop and chucking less 3’s. Probably easier to fix that aspect of his game in-season than to repair whatever’s gone wrong with his jumper.

     
  • MongoSlade

    MongoSlade 11:34 AM on November 17, 2017 Permalink  

    I’m feeling like we wildly over-estimated our 3pt shooting ability coming into the season largely based on career-best stats from Lopez & KCP. Also the other-worldly shooting of Kuzma over the summer. All 3 seem to be regressing to the mean.

     
    • Magicman (Editor)

      Magicman (Editor) 11:40 AM on November 17, 2017 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      JJ Redick, Danny Green, Wilson Chandler, Will Barton, Omri Casspi…one of those “others” you need one of them. All UFAs next summer.

    • LakerTom (Publisher) 11:42 AM on November 17, 2017 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      I agree but right now I think right now we are underestimating our 3-point shooting ability.
      One factor not to be dismissed is extra effort on defense could be affecting our shooting.
      Also, playing at a faster pace also tires players out sooner which hurts long range shooting.
      Finally, overplaying guys due to lack of quality backup can sometimes backfire in the end.
      Bottom line, we are still looking at a small sample size without focusing on the shooting problems.
      Hopefully, more practice and attention and better rotations to keep players fresh will pay off.

    • LakerTom (Publisher) 11:42 AM on November 17, 2017 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      Maybe one superstar and three great shooters might be a smarter route than two superstars.

    • MongoSlade

      MongoSlade 11:47 AM on November 17, 2017 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      And Ingram has just said screw it altogether…I’m not shooting any more 3’s at all!

  • MongoSlade

    MongoSlade 5:57 PM on November 16, 2017 Permalink  

     
  • MongoSlade

    MongoSlade 1:46 PM on November 16, 2017 Permalink  

    Folks gotta remember. ..nobody in this thing..from the top to the bottom…has any real meaningful experience in the job they’re currently doing. Not Jeannie, not Earv not Rob not Luke not even the damm trainer. Only guy is B Shaw. Love the dude but he was an unmitigated disaster as a head coach in Denver. It ain’t just the players who need time to figure this stuff out. …

     
    • GDUBinDC

      GDUBinDC 1:49 PM on November 16, 2017 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      Yup, but a good portion of the team’s fanbase ain’t tryna hear all that. LOL

      • John M.

        John M. 2:04 PM on November 16, 2017 Permalink | Log in to Reply

        And the 29 other teams want to win, too, the vast majority of which have had nowhere near the success of the P & G…

    • Jamie Sweet (Local Ne'er-Do-Well)

      Jamie Sweet (Local Ne'er-Do-Well) 2:02 PM on November 16, 2017 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      Yup, just because Luke was a part of what Golden State did doesn’t mean he has the mojo to make it happen here. Unique situation that can’t really be replicated.

      • Magicman (Editor)

        Magicman (Editor) 2:07 PM on November 16, 2017 Permalink | Log in to Reply

        Well, it goes to Mitch and Jim, as well. They knew he had no HC experience and he was the only candidate they interviewed.

        Not that the media was interested in that, until now? Interesting. Lol.

        • Jamie Sweet (Local Ne'er-Do-Well)

          Jamie Sweet (Local Ne'er-Do-Well) 2:19 PM on November 16, 2017 Permalink | Log in to Reply

          Those two and coaches…I can’t even begin to sort through whatever inspired that rash of terrible choices. “That’s a rather large notebook you have there, Mike Brown, what’s in it?”
          MB: “SECRETS!”
          Jimbo: “You’re hired!”

          Later…

          Jimbo: “Man, this Mike Brown can’t win with all our All Stars…let’s bring in someone who understands this group and knows what they’re capable of.”
          Mitch: “Mike D’Antoni is on the phone all hopped up on goof balls, it’s HILARIOUS>”
          Jimbo: “He’s hired!”

          Later…

          Jimbo: “Sheeesh, Mike really ran our older players into the ground and didn’t understand how Laker History works at all. We need a Laker old schooler…”
          Mitch: “Byron Scott?”
          Jimbo: “Hired! We’re still paying Mike Brown, right?”
          Mitch: “Yup!”
          Jimbo: “Perfect. Everything is coming up Milhouse.”

          • Jamie Sweet (Local Ne'er-Do-Well)

            Jamie Sweet (Local Ne'er-Do-Well) 2:23 PM on November 16, 2017 Permalink | Log in to Reply

            Somewhere around midnight…

            Jimbo: “OK, we’ve struck on top tier free agents three years running. We had to trade for Dwight who didn’t fall for the carrot under the box on a stick trick…”
            Mitch: “For some odd reason I have Timofey Mozgov’s agent on the line.”
            Jimbo: “Must be fate, sign him to a large deal that can only be moved at a later date by attaching a sweetner to it. Also, I truly believe D-Lo will retire a Laker, Mitch.”
            Mitch: “I will back you up all the way off the cliff. That came out wrong…huh, Jeannie’s on the other line, should we tell her about all thi-”
            Jimbo: “No, Dad wanted uh-meeeeeeeeee-ah to fix everything!”

  • MongoSlade

    MongoSlade 6:25 AM on November 16, 2017 Permalink  

    Attempted Murder 

     
  • MongoSlade

    MongoSlade 6:10 AM on November 16, 2017 Permalink  

    Kinda disheartening to see Lonzo shrink in another high exposure game. Just wasn’t up to the challenge posed by the two young stars on the other side. Ingram & Kuz brought their A game tho…that was good to see. Fun game; we just got outplayed down the stretch. Folks were crying for Luke to put Bogut in to stop Embiid but nobody was stopping him last night. That’s the thing about having one of THOSE guys (Simmons looks like another one).

     
    • Magicman (Editor)

      Magicman (Editor) 8:26 AM on November 16, 2017 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      He had 4 fouls.

      Only way to stop him is putting his a*s on the bench.

      No one other than Kuz and Ingram were willing to attack him.

      When it was 112-108 and Philly called a TO. Everyone knew who it was going to…

      Now I don’t watch the NFL anymore, but Deion Sanders use to have to make “business decisions” making or missing tackles in open field.

      Clarkson made a “business decision” to punk out on s double team and left Randle with Embiid.

      And that’s fine. I know what your intent was Jordan. You didn’t want to be on a poster. You scared. You scared.

  • MongoSlade

    MongoSlade 10:14 PM on November 15, 2017 Permalink  

     
  • MongoSlade

    MongoSlade 5:46 AM on November 11, 2017 Permalink  

    Well….Yeah…Probably 

    Watching the news unfold early this morning with a friend and she says “you know Kobe would’ve been out of the league if that Colorado stuff went down in today’s environment “. She makes a pretty good point. Kobe got off largely due to victim shaming which led to her dropping her case & excepting the payoff. That wouldn’t fly right now. These dudes are getting run outta town based on allegations alone with little law enforcement investigation. And the accusers are receiving very little scrutiny. Pendulum has swung…it was very different 14yrs ago. There woulda been huge pressure from the media & sponsors & the general public to oust Kobe. Kobe woulda been destroyed…

     
    • therealhtj

      therealhtj 7:01 AM on November 11, 2017 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      Still about the money. Kobe was a young superstar. The guys being taken out now are expendable. Kobe at the tail end might’ve had a problem, but MVP caliber Kobe, or anyone else for that matter, could weather the storm. The hypocrisy is blatant.

      • MongoSlade

        MongoSlade 8:41 AM on November 11, 2017 Permalink | Log in to Reply

        Dude..Louis CK is one of the biggest figures in comedy. Mufugga got demolished in less than 48hrs.

        • therealhtj

          therealhtj 9:15 AM on November 11, 2017 Permalink | Log in to Reply

          He’s about the most relevant, but he’s a dude who really doesn’t move the needle. Hollywood won’t miss a beat so long as it’s guys like him, Weinstein, Ratner, Cosby, and so on. You ain’t gonna hear about one of the Avengers until they can’t fit the suit no more.

          • MongoSlade

            MongoSlade 9:24 AM on November 11, 2017 Permalink | Log in to Reply

            If you think Harvey Weinstein wasn’t bigger & more powerful than prime Kobe then there’s no need to have this debate…lol

            • therealhtj

              therealhtj 2:01 PM on November 11, 2017 Permalink

              Obviously not bigger and powerful enough. Certainly not now when his biggest hits are faded memories. Plus, nobody paid to see Weinstein do anything. There are plenty of people who’d do cartwheels in the street if Kobe announced a comeback.

          • AK27

            AK27 9:26 AM on November 11, 2017 Permalink | Log in to Reply

            you think Weinstein was exposed cuz he wasn’t “moving the needle” anymore ? the influence of money is usually second to none, not many would disagree with that, but it ain’t infallible..

            • mud

              mud 12:41 PM on November 11, 2017 Permalink

              i think a guy like Weinstein is small potatoes and he’s just doing his job.

              i was recently an actor in a SMALL budget movie, some 2-3 million dollars for production. where do you think the money comes from for real productions? billions and billions of dollars(…and billions and billions for all Hollywood productions, most of which don’t even get completed) don’t just float around with no purpose…

              sometimes a warrior is required to fall on his own sword(so to speak, hahaha), for the good of his master. we’ll see if anything happens to Harv, or if he just quietly slips back into the shadows.

              the “casting couch” is something that has been an open secret for just about 100 years. piling on Weinstein won’t change Hollywood, a community that has has plenty of sexual scandals and “satanic” parties with all kinds of fun for longer than anyone on this blog has been alive. that event means nothing to the real power structure. there is a reason that the Holly Wood, the wood of Harry Potters little magic stick is the place for the “magic” of movies.

    • Magicman (Editor)

      Magicman (Editor) 10:25 AM on November 11, 2017 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      And look how long it took for him to mildly recover?

      3 years.

      Have to agree with Mongo, here. He would have been roasted on a spit.

    • LakerTom (Publisher) 10:31 AM on November 11, 2017 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      The dominance of social media and evolution of the “fake news” denial would certainly have magnified Kobe’s problems if they happened in today.

      Where do we draw the line when social issues fraught with political implications cross Lakers sports?

      There’s a huge elephant in the room that belongs in this discussion but would obviously politicize the issue even further.

      I am considering deleting this thread because of where it ultimately should lead. I do want to keep politics out of the conversation. Any comments or recommendations?

      • Magicman (Editor)

        Magicman (Editor) 11:22 AM on November 11, 2017 Permalink | Log in to Reply

        A House divided against itself cannot stand.

      • AK27

        AK27 1:12 PM on November 11, 2017 Permalink | Log in to Reply

        LT, I like your idea in general but having to police the threads in this manner is likely to make your job harder than it needs to be…folks do talk about the Lakers, for the most part, but they are bound to stray into unrelated topics they care about now and then…unless a thread gets out of control, perhaps you could just let it be…this thread hasn’t even gotten contentious and doesn’t seem headed towards ugliness….

        Formulating explicit rules that’d suffice for keeping conversations respectful without stifling expression too much is obviously not easy…you will likely have to do things you don’t want to and still be accused, fairly or otherwise, of being heavy-handed, partial etc..i would suggest low tolerance of repeat-offenders for vicious personal attacks etc but more of a nudge than a strict requirement for avoidance of “polemic” subjects…there are quite a few members here smarter than I that you can delegate to who can help you figure it out over time…

        • LakerTom (Publisher) 3:18 PM on November 11, 2017 Permalink | Log in to Reply

          Thanks for the comments, DJ.

          To me, what’s going on with respect to the wave of people being felled by sexual abuse accusations is a needed delayed reaction to the related comments and behavior excused and ignored in the last election, which is something that needs to be said because it is at the roots of what is going on. As is the power of social media.

          I’ll leave it at that for now but I will likely just delete any future posts with similar controversial political potential. Anybody who wants to discuss those issues is welcome to do via a private message though their dashboard. I want to limit public discussions to the team and the game and there are surely more than enough topics there.

          As for any rule or standard, it will just be on a post-by-post basis by me alone. Please don’t treat it as personal and I’m not going to notify anybody or justify why I delete a post. It will just disappear and no longer be there.

          If anybody thinks I should delete a post, let me know. Frankly, I don’t expect to have to do anything because I think we all want the same thing, which is a friendly and civil blog we can enjoy.

          Thanks.

    • mud

      mud 11:41 AM on November 11, 2017 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      the sheep WILL go baaahhhhh….

      people who move according to social media and social pressure from social media are the ones that need to be cleansed from society. yeah, that might take blood everywhere, but it’s for public safety’s sake. i’m sure you can all understand.

    • GDUBinDC

      GDUBinDC 12:17 PM on November 11, 2017 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      There r most likely much bigger hidden agendas behind these recent revelations IMO.

      • mud

        mud 12:30 PM on November 11, 2017 Permalink | Log in to Reply

        well, “duh”.

        • GDUBinDC

          GDUBinDC 12:39 PM on November 11, 2017 Permalink | Log in to Reply

          I know u know … but many others r somewhat oblivious.

          • mud

            mud 12:43 PM on November 11, 2017 Permalink | Log in to Reply

            many others haven’t considered that cancer rates are now 1 in 2, when just 50 years ago, you might know a friend with an aunt who had a friend with cancer,m but most people had never seen it….

            • GDUBinDC

              GDUBinDC 12:44 PM on November 11, 2017 Permalink

              That’s also true.

          • AK27

            AK27 12:44 PM on November 11, 2017 Permalink | Log in to Reply

            wait..what do you know about the “hidden agendas” here, G ? Do share :)

            • mud

              mud 12:58 PM on November 11, 2017 Permalink

              that is not allowed.

              you won’t allow it because you won’t give anything that is outside your training any credence, and LT won’t allow it because it might become “political”.

            • GDUBinDC

              GDUBinDC 12:59 PM on November 11, 2017 Permalink

              Well, can’t say I ‘know’, but I strongly suspect that Weinstein is small potatoes compared to who may eventually be exposed, especially within the political sphere. If pressure is ever placed on Jeffrey Epstein, alotta REALLY big names may be sacrificed. Time will tell.

            • AK27

              AK27 1:08 PM on November 11, 2017 Permalink

              so, the agenda you suspect here would be to throw Weinstein to the wolves to somehow protect the bigger culprits ?

              Gotta say I don’t know much about the Epstein case, G.

            • GDUBinDC

              GDUBinDC 1:15 PM on November 11, 2017 Permalink

              Maybe, maybe not … I just think there r probably much bigger fish that could be targeted.

              This is just a small example.

              https://www.buzzfeed.com/henrygomez/poll-shows-alabama-race-tied-after-allegations-against-roy?utm_term=.cmQDE3xvN&ref=mobile_share#.piADVZo90

            • AK27

              AK27 1:35 PM on November 11, 2017 Permalink

              I just think there r probably much bigger fish that could be targeted.

              i think you’re right about that, G..Weinstein probably isn’t the “biggest” such culprit…i just think he was “big enough” to warrant attention…

              That’s a different point than saying that his expose was a part of a hidden agenda though…that would entail someone benefiting from it…anyway, not gonna pursue this further here..

              how have you been ?

            • GDUBinDC

              GDUBinDC 1:38 PM on November 11, 2017 Permalink

              Epstein’s a key figure in this whole exposure of a worldwide pedophile ring which includes many powerful political figures and heads of state. Read up on his infamous ‘Lolita Express’ jet plane and island getaway and the political figures whose names r linked to him, including Clinton AND Trump. Lotta ugly activity took/takes place on that island hideaway, AK.

            • GDUBinDC

              GDUBinDC 1:39 PM on November 11, 2017 Permalink

              Oh yeah, and I’m doin’ well. How ’bout u?

            • AK27

              AK27 1:42 PM on November 11, 2017 Permalink

              doing alright myself…a large part the country , on the other hand , seems to have turned into a gas chamber and , as usual, the government has been hopelessly ineffective in doing anything about it..

            • GDUBinDC

              GDUBinDC 1:44 PM on November 11, 2017 Permalink

              Gas chamber?? U mean literally or figuratively?

            • AK27

              AK27 1:51 PM on November 11, 2017 Permalink

              Pollution the point that the capital ( among other cities up north) has become d**n near unlivable, G…schools have been shut down…a health emergency declared…it’s hazardous just to step outside and air purifiers have to be used indoors…governing bodies , for the most part, are busy blaming each other…

            • GDUBinDC

              GDUBinDC 2:05 PM on November 11, 2017 Permalink

              Ah, I see … I do recall reading an article about the pollution problem there a lil while back. It’s crazy the gov’t hasn’t gotten that under control by now. SMH

            • mud

              mud 2:41 PM on November 11, 2017 Permalink

              good reason to pack people into UN sanctioned “compacted cities”…

            • GDUBinDC

              GDUBinDC 6:57 PM on November 11, 2017 Permalink

              Very true, mud … it could very well be part of the early implementation phase of the Sustainable Development aspect of the Agenda 2030 program.

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