General What are you glad isn’t cool anymore?

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DER HÖRNCHENMEISTER

Posting Machine
Dec 16, 2015
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There was a time when all new clothes were on purpose damaged and looked worse than my clothes going into the shop. "Vintage".
I'm so glad that this has been reduced by a lot at least.

To be able to buy a jeans again without it looking like someone poured honey over it and stabbed it a few times with scissors and generally washed out the colour near the knee areas.

And I'm really thankful that Chuck's are not popular anymore, too.
 

This Pothead

Unvaccinated people should be sent to GitMo
Oct 24, 2015
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Potheads should be sent to GitMo

:)
As White House officials debated how to handle Americans infected with the virus abroad, Trump reportedly asked staff members assembled in the Situation Room whether Americans could be quarantined on the Caribbean base where the U.S. also holds terrorism suspects in the infamous Guantanamo Bay prison.

“Don’t we have an island we own?” the president reportedly asked, eager to keep the U.S.’s numbers low, continuing: “What about Guantanamo?”
The excerpt says aides were stunned, but Trump still brought up the idea a second time before it was quashed by staff members citing the poor optics of housing Americans near the prison.
The book—which is based on interviews with roughly 180 people, including senior White House staffers and government health leaders—is set to be published June 29.
Representatives for Trump did not immediately respond to Forbes’ request for comment
 

Pak protector

You try'na match?
May 16, 2021
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As White House officials debated how to handle Americans infected with the virus abroad, Trump reportedly asked staff members assembled in the Situation Room whether Americans could be quarantined on the Caribbean base where the U.S. also holds terrorism suspects in the infamous Guantanamo Bay prison.

“Don’t we have an island we own?” the president reportedly asked, eager to keep the U.S.’s numbers low, continuing: “What about Guantanamo?”
The excerpt says aides were stunned, but Trump still brought up the idea a second time before it was quashed by staff members citing the poor optics of housing Americans near the prison.
The book—which is based on interviews with roughly 180 people, including senior White House staffers and government health leaders—is set to be published June 29.
Representatives for Trump did not immediately respond to Forbes’ request for comment
His problem is that he's so ridiculous as a person, almost any absurd quote can be attributed to him and it's totally believable.
In fact I assume it's true and go looking to see if it's bullshit.