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I think white people got a little scared and voted...

Discussion in 'The Stump' started by Ben Dover, Nov 10, 2016.

  1. Brian Smith

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    Sorry to go back, just catching up. Seems a lot of people went to a lot of trouble to keep a guy out of the White House who was quite capable of getting himself thrown out. Seems they just wasted their time and money?
     
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    A diplomatic passport for Korea is not an ID
     
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    Wrong : a photo for an ID card and an ID card are two different things . You can make the photo yourself (in Belgium you have to do it yourself ) but the ID card is made by the competent services of the home department,and if you do not collect your ID card, you will have big troubles .
     
  4. George Patton

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    ??? We however were not talking about photo's for ID cards we were talking about photo ID cards i.e. id cards with photo's on them. Drivers licenses in the US are made and issued by the various states, that does not mean that they are all that difficult to make given a PC and a printer especially if the printer can handle the appropriate cards stock for the ID card. It's enough of an issue that we are not suppose to display our work IDs off site.

    Passports most certainly are IDs and widely accepted ones at that.

    You are really exceeding yourself in this thread. It's extremely common for you to prove yourself clueless but you are taking it to extremes here.
     
  6. Poppy

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    How scared were the liberals- not very... Maybe if liberals put down the sizzurp and picked up a ballot, they would not complain so loudly.
     
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    Not sure it's fair to really fault liberals for not voting in this one. I personally think it was a real mistake not to vote but especially if you were convinced that there were only two choices I can see how some would have said I'm not voting for either one of them. There's a very real question of just how conservative Trump is and indeed as some have suggested just how liberal Hillary is. I'm just glad it wasn't like our first few presidential elections where the runner up became vp.
     
  8. Brian Smith

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    Not so quick to dismiss this, seems the dream team to me, sure never be a dull moment. Could unit the Country, everyone would hate the ticket!
     
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    The usual nonsense : in Belgium, when you have to renew your ID, you go to the town hall with money and a recent photo;after a few weeks you come back and you receive your new ID and you hand over your old ID . If you don't come back, you receive a reminder and if you still don't come to get your ID , you will receive a visit from the police .

    And the ID made by the services of the ministry of interior can't be forged . Only a stupid one would try to make a ID with his computer:at the first inspection ,he would be arrested .

    Besides : passports are NOT IDs and are not accepted as such .Everyone has a ID ,only a few have passports .
     
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    Did you try to go to NK using this passport?
     
  11. KodiakBeer

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    My best childhood friend's father visited Best Korea back in the day. The Marines sent them on the grand tour almost up to the Chinese border and he would regale us kids with tales of the wonderful Christmas weather, and the local cuisine which was often chunks of frozen horse meat charred over Sterno. Apparently, the gun laws were pretty lax and they did a lot of recreational shooting. He didn't mention the fishing.
     
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    What is this "NK" you speak of? I regularly visit my chums in the Democratic People's Republic of Korea. I have a small 20 room dacha on the outskirts of Yongbyon.
     
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    There is no such thing as the Democratic People's Republic of Korea .
     
  14. George Patton

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    Meanwhile, somewhere in Democratic People's Republic of Korea, The Glorious Leader has just discovered your messages

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    Good choice of TV. We've got a Sony similar to that but ours has got a silver colour surround rather than the black surround on his.
     
  16. von Poop

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    I can only assume Samsung's not the most popular brand in the DPRK...
    That's why I couldn't live there.
    Used to be a great believer in Sonys, but think they took their eye off the ball somewhat. Samsung boy now, though some of the new LGs are very good.
     
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    Strawman, it is possible to fake a photo ID, it is possible to fake an ID, it is possible to fake a passport, etc.

    The only question is how long will you resort to living in fantasy.
     
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    You have gone completely mad...
    A photo ID is a driver's license, an ID would be a birth certificate.
     
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    Double post. Move along. Nothing to see. Your safe space is loaded with play-dough and silly string and is located two blocks down and take a left.
     
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    They are watching reruns of "I Love Lucy". For the first time.
     

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