Discussion in 'The Off-topic Lounge' started by Wild, Nov 30, 2018.
The 60 Minutes bit on his life was pretty cool.
Sr. Couldn’t even hold it in....
I wouldn't read too much into that video my Gramma makes a lot of goofy ass faces too. Doesn't mean much
Your Gramma ever been accused of killing JFK?
I'd ask her but she probly doesn't remember yesterday
I'll make a video of her and we can read her facial expressions and figure it out
One of the better ones.
Or at least more good than bad.
Though 500,000 Iraqis might disagree as they welcome him....
interesting how some are sold that he was a "great man"
and some are sold on him being a "POS crook"
I've said it before, and I'll say it again. Dogs are the best thing human beings have ever done.
George H.W. Bush's Service Dog Stays By His Casket
probably wanted more doggy treats
You read the article?
not at first...just read it...my bad
.touching story and those trained dogs are amazing and certainly great help to those who need them
Also had a grandpa with parkinson's so that registers
thanks for the post and getting me to read it
still probably wanted a treat tho
I’m not American so I don’t care but wasn’t he a satanic shitbag or something? Did he shoot JFK and plant the bombs in the twin towers? Some shit like that, I don’t know.
No he didn’t shoot jfk he just took care of the logistics.
He also didn’t plant bombs on the world trade, that was his son Neil who took care of that. Sr just had lunch with Osamas bro the day before 9/11...just a mere coincidence.
I've read some scientists believe we co-evolved, in a sense "domesticating" each other.
the propaganda is Strong
I've heard that hypothesis, and it makes sense. I stand by my previous statement.
No man is a saint...
Like almost every public figure and person, he did some things that were obviously good, some things that were obviously bad, and many things whose merits are seen differently by different people.
Why Do Political Journalists Think It’s Their Job to Portray George H.W. Bush as America’s Benign, Saintly Grandpa?
and the farther away we get the more the bad things (somewhat subjective) are muted.