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'Norway' Misspelled By Trump White House
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m***@hotmail.com
2018-01-13 22:03:59 UTC
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The official schedule for the President issued Tuesday night included "Normay" instead of "Norway."

White House Corrects DACA Meeting Transcript
CNN Politics - January 10, 2018

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FPP
2018-01-13 22:30:48 UTC
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The official schedule for the President issued Tuesday night included "Normay" instead of "Norway."
White House Corrects DACA Meeting Transcript
CNN Politics - January 10, 2018
-- http://www.cnn.com/2018/01/10/politics/white-house-transcript-corrected-daca-donald-trump/index.html
This is nothing new. It started with Trump's OFFICIAL Inauguration Poster.

http://thehill.com/blogs/blog-briefing-room/news/319170-trumps-official-inauguration-poster-has-glaring-typo

They also misspelled the name of the doctor that just examined Trump.
The supposed report on Trump's health was signed "Ronnie", while the
actual physician spells it "Ronny".

Or are we supposed to believe that the doctor forgot HOW TO SPELL HIS
OWN NAME, for fuck's sake! They couldn't even fake a medial report
correctly.
--
"Donald Trump accepted the Republican nomination Thursday July 22nd."
"ISIS claimed responsibility". - J. P. Shanley
Rhino
2018-01-13 22:51:30 UTC
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The official schedule for the President issued Tuesday night included
"Normay" instead of "Norway."
White House Corrects DACA Meeting Transcript
CNN Politics - January 10, 2018
--
http://www.cnn.com/2018/01/10/politics/white-house-transcript-corrected-daca-donald-trump/index.html
This is nothing new.  It started with Trump's OFFICIAL Inauguration Poster.
http://thehill.com/blogs/blog-briefing-room/news/319170-trumps-official-inauguration-poster-has-glaring-typo
They also misspelled the name of the doctor that just examined Trump.
The supposed report on Trump's health was signed "Ronnie", while the
actual physician spells it "Ronny".
Or are we supposed to believe that the doctor forgot HOW TO SPELL HIS
OWN NAME, for fuck's sake!  They couldn't even fake a medial report
correctly.
It's obvious you're scraping the bottom of the barrel when all you can
fault Trump for is typos executed by his staff. (Or did you think Trump
personally made the typo?) By the way, did you notice your OWN typo in
the last sentence of your post? Are we to take some grand message from
that about your overall worthiness as a human being?
--
Rhino
A Friend
2018-01-14 03:37:50 UTC
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The official schedule for the President issued Tuesday night included
"Normay" instead of "Norway."
White House Corrects DACA Meeting Transcript
CNN Politics - January 10, 2018
--
http://www.cnn.com/2018/01/10/politics/white-house-transcript-corrected-dac
a-donald-trump/index.html
This is nothing new.  It started with Trump's OFFICIAL Inauguration Poster.
http://thehill.com/blogs/blog-briefing-room/news/319170-trumps-official-inau
guration-poster-has-glaring-typo
They also misspelled the name of the doctor that just examined Trump.
The supposed report on Trump's health was signed "Ronnie", while the
actual physician spells it "Ronny".
Or are we supposed to believe that the doctor forgot HOW TO SPELL HIS
OWN NAME, for fuck's sake!  They couldn't even fake a medial report
correctly.
It's obvious you're scraping the bottom of the barrel when all you can
fault Trump for is typos executed by his staff. (Or did you think Trump
personally made the typo?) By the way, did you notice your OWN typo in
the last sentence of your post? Are we to take some grand message from
that about your overall worthiness as a human being?
"Normay" was a typo. Pursuing the matter is silly.

"Dr. Ronnie" was an attempt at deception. Let's see if the actual
doctor has anything to say about it next Tuesday.
Ubiquitous
2018-01-14 06:01:39 UTC
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This is nothing new.  It started with Trump's OFFICIAL Inauguration Poster.
http://thehill.com/blogs/blog-briefing-room/news/319170-trumps-official-inauguration-poster-has-glaring-typo
They also misspelled the name of the doctor that just examined Trump.
The supposed report on Trump's health was signed "Ronnie", while the
actual physician spells it "Ronny".
Or are we supposed to believe that the doctor forgot HOW TO SPELL HIS
OWN NAME, for fuck's sake!  They couldn't even fake a medial report
correctly.
It's obvious you're scraping the bottom of the barrel when all you can
fault Trump for is typos executed by his staff. (Or did you think Trump
personally made the typo?) By the way, did you notice your OWN typo in
the last sentence of your post? Are we to take some grand message from
that about your overall worthiness as a human being?
How DARE you shower on FPPsky's "hate hour"!
--
Dems & the media want Trump to be more like Obama, but then he'd
have to audit liberals & wire tap reporters' phones.
FPP
2018-01-14 13:39:48 UTC
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Post by Rhino
This is nothing new.  It started with Trump's OFFICIAL Inauguration Poster.
http://thehill.com/blogs/blog-briefing-room/news/319170-trumps-official-inauguration-poster-has-glaring-typo
They also misspelled the name of the doctor that just examined Trump.
The supposed report on Trump's health was signed "Ronnie", while the
actual physician spells it "Ronny".
Or are we supposed to believe that the doctor forgot HOW TO SPELL HIS
OWN NAME, for fuck's sake!  They couldn't even fake a medial report
correctly.
It's obvious you're scraping the bottom of the barrel when all you can
fault Trump for is typos executed by his staff. (Or did you think Trump
personally made the typo?) By the way, did you notice your OWN typo in
the last sentence of your post? Are we to take some grand message from
that about your overall worthiness as a human being?
How DARE you shower on FPPsky's "hate hour"!
Ad hominem attack noted. Get back to us when you have a real argument
to make.
It's Ubi's SOP for when he has lost the debate.

Oh, the irony!
--
"Donald Trump accepted the Republican nomination Thursday July 22nd."
"ISIS claimed responsibility". - J. P. Shanley
Ubiquitous
2018-01-15 14:22:55 UTC
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Post by Rhino
This is nothing new.  It started with Trump's OFFICIAL Inauguration Poster.
http://thehill.com/blogs/blog-briefing-room/news/319170-trumps-official-inauguration-poster-has-glaring-typo
They also misspelled the name of the doctor that just examined Trump.
The supposed report on Trump's health was signed "Ronnie", while the
actual physician spells it "Ronny".
Or are we supposed to believe that the doctor forgot HOW TO SPELL HIS
OWN NAME, for fuck's sake!  They couldn't even fake a medial report
correctly.
It's obvious you're scraping the bottom of the barrel when all you can
fault Trump for is typos executed by his staff. (Or did you think Trump
personally made the typo?) By the way, did you notice your OWN typo in
the last sentence of your post? Are we to take some grand message from
that about your overall worthiness as a human being?
How DARE you shower on FPPsky's "hate hour"!
Ad hominem attack noted. Get back to us when you have a real argument
to make.
It's Ubi's SOP for when he has lost the debate.
Oh, the irony!
Poor FPPsky! Driven mad by his bitterness over losing another debate with me!
trotsky
2018-01-14 10:27:28 UTC
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The official schedule for the President issued Tuesday night included
"Normay" instead of "Norway."
White House Corrects DACA Meeting Transcript
CNN Politics - January 10, 2018
--
http://www.cnn.com/2018/01/10/politics/white-house-transcript-corrected-daca-donald-trump/index.html
This is nothing new.  It started with Trump's OFFICIAL Inauguration Poster.
http://thehill.com/blogs/blog-briefing-room/news/319170-trumps-official-inauguration-poster-has-glaring-typo
They also misspelled the name of the doctor that just examined Trump.
The supposed report on Trump's health was signed "Ronnie", while the
actual physician spells it "Ronny".
Or are we supposed to believe that the doctor forgot HOW TO SPELL HIS
OWN NAME, for fuck's sake!  They couldn't even fake a medial report
correctly.
It's obvious you're scraping the bottom of the barrel when all you can
fault Trump for is typos executed by his staff.
No. If everyone expects lies surrounding his "physical" and the "note
from the doctor" has the doctor's name spelled incorrectly it's
significant. In fact consistently lying to the American people could be
considered grounds for impeachment or invoking the 25th Amendment
because nobody with a brain considers him fit for office any longer.
FPP
2018-01-14 13:41:28 UTC
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Post by Rhino
Post by m***@hotmail.com
The official schedule for the President issued Tuesday night
included "Normay" instead of "Norway."
White House Corrects DACA Meeting Transcript
CNN Politics - January 10, 2018
--
http://www.cnn.com/2018/01/10/politics/white-house-transcript-corrected-daca-donald-trump/index.html
This is nothing new.  It started with Trump's OFFICIAL Inauguration Poster.
http://thehill.com/blogs/blog-briefing-room/news/319170-trumps-official-inauguration-poster-has-glaring-typo
They also misspelled the name of the doctor that just examined Trump.
The supposed report on Trump's health was signed "Ronnie", while the
actual physician spells it "Ronny".
Or are we supposed to believe that the doctor forgot HOW TO SPELL HIS
OWN NAME, for fuck's sake!  They couldn't even fake a medial report
correctly.
It's obvious you're scraping the bottom of the barrel when all you can
fault Trump for is typos executed by his staff.
No.  If everyone expects lies surrounding his "physical" and the "note
from the doctor" has the doctor's name spelled incorrectly it's
significant.  In fact consistently lying to the American people could be
considered grounds for impeachment or invoking the 25th Amendment
because nobody with a brain considers him fit for office any longer.
What it means is that they're either forging a statement by the
doctor... or the doctor can't spell his own name, and shouldn't be
trusted to zip up his own fly.
--
"Donald Trump accepted the Republican nomination Thursday July 22nd."
"ISIS claimed responsibility". - J. P. Shanley
The Horny Goat
2018-01-14 16:23:42 UTC
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No.  If everyone expects lies surrounding his "physical" and the "note
from the doctor" has the doctor's name spelled incorrectly it's
significant.  In fact consistently lying to the American people could be
considered grounds for impeachment or invoking the 25th Amendment
because nobody with a brain considers him fit for office any longer.
What it means is that they're either forging a statement by the
doctor... or the doctor can't spell his own name, and shouldn't be
trusted to zip up his own fly.
For sure. And on city names you would expect the IT staff for a
politician to have city names in the politician's spell checker.

As I told one of my employees, "I expect you to correctly spell
Surrey, I may or may not give you a pass on Tsawwassen - and so and so
who we both know wasn't born and raised here gets a pass on Tsawwassen
at least once!" (both these places are outer burbs of Vancouver)

But for sure the less intuitive ones SHOULD be in Trump's (and his
staffers') spell checker!
FPP
2018-01-14 13:38:40 UTC
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The official schedule for the President issued Tuesday night included
"Normay" instead of "Norway."
White House Corrects DACA Meeting Transcript
CNN Politics - January 10, 2018
--
http://www.cnn.com/2018/01/10/politics/white-house-transcript-corrected-daca-donald-trump/index.html
This is nothing new.  It started with Trump's OFFICIAL Inauguration Poster.
http://thehill.com/blogs/blog-briefing-room/news/319170-trumps-official-inauguration-poster-has-glaring-typo
They also misspelled the name of the doctor that just examined Trump.
The supposed report on Trump's health was signed "Ronnie", while the
actual physician spells it "Ronny".
Or are we supposed to believe that the doctor forgot HOW TO SPELL HIS
OWN NAME, for fuck's sake!  They couldn't even fake a medial report
correctly.
It's obvious you're scraping the bottom of the barrel when all you can
fault Trump for is typos executed by his staff. (Or did you think Trump
personally made the typo?) By the way, did you notice your OWN typo in
the last sentence of your post? Are we to take some grand message from
that about your overall worthiness as a human being?
Listen, dimwit, Trump has made numerous typo's over the past year - or
are you unaware of that, too?

Trump announced in July he was nominating former Utah governor Jon
Huntsman Jr. as ambassador to Russia. The only problem was the White
House's statement revealing the pick spelled his name "John." (sic)

"Ask Sally Yates, under oath, if she knows how classified information
got into the newspapers soon after she explained it to W.H. Council
sic) ," Trump said on Twitter.

It's "counsel"... this isn't Elrond he was talking about.

About a week later, Trump stumbled over the same word, this time adding
a unique twist — he spelled it "councel (sic) ," which is wrong in any
context.

China steals United States Navy research drone in international waters -
rips it out of water and takes it to China in unprecedented (sic) act.

"How low has President Obama gone to tapp (sic) my phones during the
very sacred election process."

In February, the White House released a list of 78 terrorist attacks it
said went "underreported" after Trump said journalists were ignoring
terrorist attacks around the world.

The list was problematic for several reasons — one of them being that
many of the incidents on the list had been extensively covered by the media.

About halfway down the list, the word "attacker" suddenly morphed into
"attaker (sic)," which appeared more than 20 times. The list included
the terrorist attack in "San Bernadino (sic), CA," a misspelling of San
Bernardino. And at one point Denmark is spelled "Denmakr (sic)."

In late May, the White House released a statement saying one of Trump's
goals during his trip to Israel was to "promote the possibility of
lasting peach (sic)" in the region.

Back in January, the White House misspelled the name of British Prime
Minister Theresa May three times in the official schedule of May's visit
to the US.

Making matters worse, the particular spelling the White House chose,
"Teresa May," happens to be the name of a British porn star.

Trump struggled not once but twice to spell "hereby" correctly in March,
spelling the word "hear by (sic)" in one tweet, and in an attempt to
self-correct, "hearby (sic)" in another.

The Department of Education got in on the action when it published a
tweet honoring W.E.B. DuBois (sic), the civil-rights activist and
historian who founded the NAACP.
The only problem was it spelled his name "DeBois."

Twenty-nine minutes after misspelling W.E.B. DuBois's name, the
Education Department attempted to atone for its orthographic blunder,
but ended up making things worse.
"Post updated - our deepest apologizes (sic) for the earlier typo,"

I could go on and on and on... but why not just end that with the
greatest of all:
"Despite the constant negative press covfefe."

What a fucking "stable genius" you're defending! Jesus Christ, do you
get ANY stupider?

What this goes to show that if a man can't manage to simple grammar and
spelling, what kind of an operation can you expect in more complex
endeavors?
--
"Donald Trump accepted the Republican nomination Thursday July 22nd."
"ISIS claimed responsibility". - J. P. Shanley
Rhino
2018-01-14 15:24:50 UTC
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Post by Rhino
Post by m***@hotmail.com
The official schedule for the President issued Tuesday night
included "Normay" instead of "Norway."
White House Corrects DACA Meeting Transcript
CNN Politics - January 10, 2018
--
http://www.cnn.com/2018/01/10/politics/white-house-transcript-corrected-daca-donald-trump/index.html
This is nothing new.  It started with Trump's OFFICIAL Inauguration Poster.
http://thehill.com/blogs/blog-briefing-room/news/319170-trumps-official-inauguration-poster-has-glaring-typo
They also misspelled the name of the doctor that just examined Trump.
The supposed report on Trump's health was signed "Ronnie", while the
actual physician spells it "Ronny".
Or are we supposed to believe that the doctor forgot HOW TO SPELL HIS
OWN NAME, for fuck's sake!  They couldn't even fake a medial report
correctly.
It's obvious you're scraping the bottom of the barrel when all you can
fault Trump for is typos executed by his staff. (Or did you think
Trump personally made the typo?) By the way, did you notice your OWN
typo in the last sentence of your post? Are we to take some grand
message from that about your overall worthiness as a human being?
Listen, dimwit, Trump has made numerous typo's over the past year - or
are you unaware of that, too?
Trump announced in July he was nominating former Utah governor Jon
Huntsman Jr. as ambassador to Russia.  The only problem was the White
House's statement revealing the pick spelled his name "John."  (sic)
"Ask Sally Yates, under oath, if she knows how classified information
got into the newspapers soon after she explained it to W.H. Council sic)
," Trump said on Twitter.
It's "counsel"... this isn't Elrond he was talking about.
About a week later, Trump stumbled over the same word, this time adding
a unique twist — he spelled it "councel (sic) ," which is wrong in any
context.
China steals United States Navy research drone in international waters -
rips it out of water and takes it to China in unprecedented (sic) act.
"How low has President Obama gone to tapp (sic)  my phones during the
very sacred election process."
In February, the White House released a list of 78 terrorist attacks it
said went "underreported" after Trump said journalists were ignoring
terrorist attacks around the world.
The list was problematic for several reasons — one of them being that
many of the incidents on the list had been extensively covered by the media.
About halfway down the list, the word "attacker" suddenly morphed into
"attaker (sic)," which appeared more than 20 times. The list included
the terrorist attack in "San Bernadino (sic), CA," a misspelling of San
Bernardino. And at one point Denmark is spelled "Denmakr (sic)."
In late May, the White House released a statement saying one of Trump's
goals during his trip to Israel was to "promote the possibility of
lasting peach (sic)" in the region.
Back in January, the White House misspelled the name of British Prime
Minister Theresa May three times in the official schedule of May's visit
to the US.
Making matters worse, the particular spelling the White House chose,
"Teresa May," happens to be the name of a British porn star.
Trump struggled not once but twice to spell "hereby" correctly in March,
spelling the word "hear by (sic)" in one tweet, and in an attempt to
self-correct, "hearby (sic)" in another.
The Department of Education got in on the action when it published a
tweet honoring W.E.B. DuBois (sic), the civil-rights activist and
historian who founded the NAACP.
The only problem was it spelled his name "DeBois."
Twenty-nine minutes after misspelling W.E.B. DuBois's name, the
Education Department attempted to atone for its orthographic blunder,
but ended up making things worse.
"Post updated - our deepest apologizes (sic) for the earlier typo,"
I could go on and on and on... but why not just end that with the
"Despite the constant negative press covfefe."
What a fucking "stable genius" you're defending!  Jesus Christ, do you
get ANY stupider?
What this goes to show that if a man can't manage to simple grammar and
spelling, what kind of an operation can you expect in more complex
endeavors?
I'm sure you were equally outraged when Obama pronounced the "ps" in
"corpsman" or said that he'd been to 57 states in the days before the
election. Just as you were mortified when you'd left the "c" out of
"medical" in your own post. Oh, wait....
--
Rhino
moviePig
2018-01-14 16:01:58 UTC
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Post by Rhino
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The official schedule for the President issued Tuesday night
included "Normay" instead of "Norway."
White House Corrects DACA Meeting Transcript
CNN Politics - January 10, 2018
--
http://www.cnn.com/2018/01/10/politics/white-house-transcript-corrected-daca-donald-trump/index.html
This is nothing new.  It started with Trump's OFFICIAL Inauguration Poster.
http://thehill.com/blogs/blog-briefing-room/news/319170-trumps-official-inauguration-poster-has-glaring-typo
They also misspelled the name of the doctor that just examined Trump.
The supposed report on Trump's health was signed "Ronnie", while the
actual physician spells it "Ronny".
Or are we supposed to believe that the doctor forgot HOW TO SPELL
HIS OWN NAME, for fuck's sake!  They couldn't even fake a medial
report correctly.
It's obvious you're scraping the bottom of the barrel when all you
can fault Trump for is typos executed by his staff. (Or did you think
Trump personally made the typo?) By the way, did you notice your OWN
typo in the last sentence of your post? Are we to take some grand
message from that about your overall worthiness as a human being?
Listen, dimwit, Trump has made numerous typo's over the past year - or
are you unaware of that, too?
Trump announced in July he was nominating former Utah governor Jon
Huntsman Jr. as ambassador to Russia.  The only problem was the White
House's statement revealing the pick spelled his name "John."  (sic)
"Ask Sally Yates, under oath, if she knows how classified information
got into the newspapers soon after she explained it to W.H. Council
sic) ," Trump said on Twitter.
It's "counsel"... this isn't Elrond he was talking about.
About a week later, Trump stumbled over the same word, this time
adding a unique twist — he spelled it "councel (sic) ," which is wrong
in any context.
China steals United States Navy research drone in international waters
- rips it out of water and takes it to China in unprecedented (sic) act.
"How low has President Obama gone to tapp (sic)  my phones during the
very sacred election process."
In February, the White House released a list of 78 terrorist attacks
it said went "underreported" after Trump said journalists were
ignoring terrorist attacks around the world.
The list was problematic for several reasons — one of them being that
many of the incidents on the list had been extensively covered by the media.
About halfway down the list, the word "attacker" suddenly morphed into
"attaker (sic)," which appeared more than 20 times. The list included
the terrorist attack in "San Bernadino (sic), CA," a misspelling of
San Bernardino. And at one point Denmark is spelled "Denmakr (sic)."
In late May, the White House released a statement saying one of
Trump's goals during his trip to Israel was to "promote the
possibility of lasting peach (sic)" in the region.
Back in January, the White House misspelled the name of British Prime
Minister Theresa May three times in the official schedule of May's
visit to the US.
Making matters worse, the particular spelling the White House chose,
"Teresa May," happens to be the name of a British porn star.
Trump struggled not once but twice to spell "hereby" correctly in
March, spelling the word "hear by (sic)" in one tweet, and in an
attempt to self-correct, "hearby (sic)" in another.
The Department of Education got in on the action when it published a
tweet honoring W.E.B. DuBois (sic), the civil-rights activist and
historian who founded the NAACP.
The only problem was it spelled his name "DeBois."
Twenty-nine minutes after misspelling W.E.B. DuBois's name, the
Education Department attempted to atone for its orthographic blunder,
but ended up making things worse.
"Post updated - our deepest apologizes (sic) for the earlier typo,"
I could go on and on and on... but why not just end that with the
"Despite the constant negative press covfefe."
What a fucking "stable genius" you're defending!  Jesus Christ, do you
get ANY stupider?
What this goes to show that if a man can't manage to simple grammar
and spelling, what kind of an operation can you expect in more complex
endeavors?
I'm sure you were equally outraged when Obama pronounced the "ps" in
"corpsman" or said that he'd been to 57 states in the days before the
election. Just as you were mortified when you'd left the "c" out of
"medical" in your own post. Oh, wait....
Everyone makes typos. The question here is whether Trump's
un-Presidented level of illiteracy should be a concern to us ...or, if
you like, whether there can ever be such a level.
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YOUR taste at work...
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m***@hotmail.com
2018-01-14 16:41:17 UTC
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The official schedule for the President issued Tuesday night
included "Normay" instead of "Norway."
White House Corrects DACA Meeting Transcript
CNN Politics - January 10, 2018
--
http://www.cnn.com/2018/01/10/politics/white-house-transcript-corrected-daca-donald-trump/index.html
This is nothing new.  It started with Trump's OFFICIAL Inauguration Poster.
http://thehill.com/blogs/blog-briefing-room/news/319170-trumps-official-inauguration-poster-has-glaring-typo
They also misspelled the name of the doctor that just examined Trump.
The supposed report on Trump's health was signed "Ronnie", while the
actual physician spells it "Ronny".
Or are we supposed to believe that the doctor forgot HOW TO SPELL
HIS OWN NAME, for fuck's sake!  They couldn't even fake a medial
report correctly.
It's obvious you're scraping the bottom of the barrel when all you
can fault Trump for is typos executed by his staff. (Or did you think
Trump personally made the typo?) By the way, did you notice your OWN
typo in the last sentence of your post? Are we to take some grand
message from that about your overall worthiness as a human being?
Listen, dimwit, Trump has made numerous typo's over the past year - or
are you unaware of that, too?
Trump announced in July he was nominating former Utah governor Jon
Huntsman Jr. as ambassador to Russia.  The only problem was the White
House's statement revealing the pick spelled his name "John."  (sic)
"Ask Sally Yates, under oath, if she knows how classified information
got into the newspapers soon after she explained it to W.H. Council
sic) ," Trump said on Twitter.
It's "counsel"... this isn't Elrond he was talking about.
About a week later, Trump stumbled over the same word, this time
adding a unique twist — he spelled it "councel (sic) ," which is wrong
in any context.
China steals United States Navy research drone in international waters
- rips it out of water and takes it to China in unprecedented (sic) act.
"How low has President Obama gone to tapp (sic)  my phones during the
very sacred election process."
In February, the White House released a list of 78 terrorist attacks
it said went "underreported" after Trump said journalists were
ignoring terrorist attacks around the world.
The list was problematic for several reasons — one of them being that
many of the incidents on the list had been extensively covered by the media.
About halfway down the list, the word "attacker" suddenly morphed into
"attaker (sic)," which appeared more than 20 times. The list included
the terrorist attack in "San Bernadino (sic), CA," a misspelling of
San Bernardino. And at one point Denmark is spelled "Denmakr (sic)."
In late May, the White House released a statement saying one of
Trump's goals during his trip to Israel was to "promote the
possibility of lasting peach (sic)" in the region.
Back in January, the White House misspelled the name of British Prime
Minister Theresa May three times in the official schedule of May's
visit to the US.
Making matters worse, the particular spelling the White House chose,
"Teresa May," happens to be the name of a British porn star.
Trump struggled not once but twice to spell "hereby" correctly in
March, spelling the word "hear by (sic)" in one tweet, and in an
attempt to self-correct, "hearby (sic)" in another.
The Department of Education got in on the action when it published a
tweet honoring W.E.B. DuBois (sic), the civil-rights activist and
historian who founded the NAACP.
The only problem was it spelled his name "DeBois."
Twenty-nine minutes after misspelling W.E.B. DuBois's name, the
Education Department attempted to atone for its orthographic blunder,
but ended up making things worse.
"Post updated - our deepest apologizes (sic) for the earlier typo,"
I could go on and on and on... but why not just end that with the
"Despite the constant negative press covfefe."
What a fucking "stable genius" you're defending!  Jesus Christ, do you
get ANY stupider?
What this goes to show that if a man can't manage to simple grammar
and spelling, what kind of an operation can you expect in more complex
endeavors?
I'm sure you were equally outraged when Obama pronounced the "ps" in
"corpsman" or said that he'd been to 57 states in the days before the
election. Just as you were mortified when you'd left the "c" out of
"medical" in your own post. Oh, wait....
Everyone makes typos. The question here is whether Trump's
un-Presidented level of illiteracy should be a concern to us ...or, if
you like, whether there can ever be such a level.
How 'modest' can you possibly get!! Sheesh. Now. Really?
Really? Trump clearly is trying to promote Norway above all (for whatever reason). Then, right at THAT moment? ... he goes and ... what? Misspells the place's name?

Whatever, dude. Whatever.
Rhino
2018-01-14 16:55:27 UTC
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Post by Rhino
Post by FPP
Post by Rhino
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The official schedule for the President issued Tuesday night
included "Normay" instead of "Norway."
White House Corrects DACA Meeting Transcript
CNN Politics - January 10, 2018
--
http://www.cnn.com/2018/01/10/politics/white-house-transcript-corrected-daca-donald-trump/index.html
This is nothing new.  It started with Trump's OFFICIAL Inauguration Poster.
http://thehill.com/blogs/blog-briefing-room/news/319170-trumps-official-inauguration-poster-has-glaring-typo
They also misspelled the name of the doctor that just examined Trump.
The supposed report on Trump's health was signed "Ronnie", while
the actual physician spells it "Ronny".
Or are we supposed to believe that the doctor forgot HOW TO SPELL
HIS OWN NAME, for fuck's sake!  They couldn't even fake a medial
report correctly.
It's obvious you're scraping the bottom of the barrel when all you
can fault Trump for is typos executed by his staff. (Or did you
think Trump personally made the typo?) By the way, did you notice
your OWN typo in the last sentence of your post? Are we to take some
grand message from that about your overall worthiness as a human being?
Listen, dimwit, Trump has made numerous typo's over the past year -
or are you unaware of that, too?
Trump announced in July he was nominating former Utah governor Jon
Huntsman Jr. as ambassador to Russia.  The only problem was the White
House's statement revealing the pick spelled his name "John."  (sic)
"Ask Sally Yates, under oath, if she knows how classified information
got into the newspapers soon after she explained it to W.H. Council
sic) ," Trump said on Twitter.
It's "counsel"... this isn't Elrond he was talking about.
About a week later, Trump stumbled over the same word, this time
adding a unique twist — he spelled it "councel (sic) ," which is
wrong in any context.
China steals United States Navy research drone in international
waters - rips it out of water and takes it to China in unprecedented
(sic) act.
"How low has President Obama gone to tapp (sic)  my phones during the
very sacred election process."
In February, the White House released a list of 78 terrorist attacks
it said went "underreported" after Trump said journalists were
ignoring terrorist attacks around the world.
The list was problematic for several reasons — one of them being that
many of the incidents on the list had been extensively covered by the media.
About halfway down the list, the word "attacker" suddenly morphed
into "attaker (sic)," which appeared more than 20 times. The list
included the terrorist attack in "San Bernadino (sic), CA," a
misspelling of San Bernardino. And at one point Denmark is spelled
"Denmakr (sic)."
In late May, the White House released a statement saying one of
Trump's goals during his trip to Israel was to "promote the
possibility of lasting peach (sic)" in the region.
Back in January, the White House misspelled the name of British Prime
Minister Theresa May three times in the official schedule of May's
visit to the US.
Making matters worse, the particular spelling the White House chose,
"Teresa May," happens to be the name of a British porn star.
Trump struggled not once but twice to spell "hereby" correctly in
March, spelling the word "hear by (sic)" in one tweet, and in an
attempt to self-correct, "hearby (sic)" in another.
The Department of Education got in on the action when it published a
tweet honoring W.E.B. DuBois (sic), the civil-rights activist and
historian who founded the NAACP.
The only problem was it spelled his name "DeBois."
Twenty-nine minutes after misspelling W.E.B. DuBois's name, the
Education Department attempted to atone for its orthographic blunder,
but ended up making things worse.
"Post updated - our deepest apologizes (sic) for the earlier typo,"
I could go on and on and on... but why not just end that with the
"Despite the constant negative press covfefe."
What a fucking "stable genius" you're defending!  Jesus Christ, do
you get ANY stupider?
What this goes to show that if a man can't manage to simple grammar
and spelling, what kind of an operation can you expect in more
complex endeavors?
Given your (FPP's) own incoherence, perhaps we should ask the same of
you? I'm pretty sure there's at least a word missing from your sentence,
probably a verb like "use" as in "...if a man can't manage to USE simple
grammar and spelling....". But I'm sure that's unimportant when you do
it - and the End of The World when Trump does it.
Post by moviePig
Post by Rhino
I'm sure you were equally outraged when Obama pronounced the "ps" in
"corpsman" or said that he'd been to 57 states in the days before the
election. Just as you were mortified when you'd left the "c" out of
"medical" in your own post. Oh, wait....
Everyone makes typos.
Of course they do. And the world somehow survives because people
generally understand what was meant, as opposed to what was said or
written.
Post by moviePig
The question here is whether Trump's
un-Presidented level of illiteracy should be a concern to us ...
You say that as if it was Established Fact that Trump's literacy was at
the lowest level ever recorded of any previous President. I would be
astounded if *any* systematic study of the previous President's literacy
level had ever been attempted, let alone established a scale showing
where each president fit on it.

You also imply that Trump was personally responsible for each and every
one of the mistakes cited above. Do you really think he personally wrote
each and every one of those phrases, bypassing the people whose job it
is to write communications for the press? Or that he personally edited
those communications and approved them? Or is there just a chance that
most of those errors were made by other people?
Post by moviePig
or, if
you like, whether there can ever be such a level.
I can't speak about the American education system but if it is anything
like the one here in Ontario, spelling and grammar were utterly
discarded from it starting in the early 70s. I know that because that's
when I was in school. I'd had a thorough grounding in spelling and
grammar - one period a day every single day - throughout Grades 7 and 8.
But the year I started high school, the "progressives" in our provincial
education ministry decided that spelling and grammar no longer mattered.
They said that these things were repressive and frustrating for students
and that the important thing was that students echo back what they were
taught. The teachers were surely smart enough to see what the students
MEANT, even if the actual grammar or spelling were a bit inaccurate, and
grade them on the meaning instead of the grammar and spelling. And so it
went for the rest of my time in high school.

Years later, the universities were finding the English grammar and
spelling skills so lacking that they started remedial English programs.
Students had to write exams after they started university and get a high
enough score or they would have to take the remedial English courses.

I haven't been in school in a very long time now and they *may* have
started teaching spelling and grammar again; I really don't know. The
remedial English courses at the university level may be ancient history
too. But judging by the (piss poor) level of English I see and hear all
around me - including in major newspapers - I strongly suspect that
spelling and grammar haven't been taught since about 1970 in this province.

If America went the same way in its educational system, it's more of a
surprise that some people can still write and spell at all than that
some people can't.
--
Rhino
b***@gmail.com
2018-01-14 19:44:22 UTC
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Post by Rhino
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Post by Rhino
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The official schedule for the President issued Tuesday night
included "Normay" instead of "Norway."
White House Corrects DACA Meeting Transcript
CNN Politics - January 10, 2018
--
http://www.cnn.com/2018/01/10/politics/white-house-transcript-corrected-daca-donald-trump/index.html
This is nothing new.  It started with Trump's OFFICIAL Inauguration Poster.
http://thehill.com/blogs/blog-briefing-room/news/319170-trumps-official-inauguration-poster-has-glaring-typo
They also misspelled the name of the doctor that just examined Trump.
The supposed report on Trump's health was signed "Ronnie", while
the actual physician spells it "Ronny".
Or are we supposed to believe that the doctor forgot HOW TO SPELL
HIS OWN NAME, for fuck's sake!  They couldn't even fake a medial
report correctly.
It's obvious you're scraping the bottom of the barrel when all you
can fault Trump for is typos executed by his staff. (Or did you
think Trump personally made the typo?) By the way, did you notice
your OWN typo in the last sentence of your post? Are we to take some
grand message from that about your overall worthiness as a human being?
Listen, dimwit, Trump has made numerous typo's over the past year -
or are you unaware of that, too?
Trump announced in July he was nominating former Utah governor Jon
Huntsman Jr. as ambassador to Russia.  The only problem was the White
House's statement revealing the pick spelled his name "John."  (sic)
"Ask Sally Yates, under oath, if she knows how classified information
got into the newspapers soon after she explained it to W.H. Council
sic) ," Trump said on Twitter.
It's "counsel"... this isn't Elrond he was talking about.
About a week later, Trump stumbled over the same word, this time
adding a unique twist — he spelled it "councel (sic) ," which is
wrong in any context.
China steals United States Navy research drone in international
waters - rips it out of water and takes it to China in unprecedented
(sic) act.
"How low has President Obama gone to tapp (sic)  my phones during the
very sacred election process."
In February, the White House released a list of 78 terrorist attacks
it said went "underreported" after Trump said journalists were
ignoring terrorist attacks around the world.
The list was problematic for several reasons — one of them being that
many of the incidents on the list had been extensively covered by the media.
About halfway down the list, the word "attacker" suddenly morphed
into "attaker (sic)," which appeared more than 20 times. The list
included the terrorist attack in "San Bernadino (sic), CA," a
misspelling of San Bernardino. And at one point Denmark is spelled
"Denmakr (sic)."
In late May, the White House released a statement saying one of
Trump's goals during his trip to Israel was to "promote the
possibility of lasting peach (sic)" in the region.
Back in January, the White House misspelled the name of British Prime
Minister Theresa May three times in the official schedule of May's
visit to the US.
Making matters worse, the particular spelling the White House chose,
"Teresa May," happens to be the name of a British porn star.
Trump struggled not once but twice to spell "hereby" correctly in
March, spelling the word "hear by (sic)" in one tweet, and in an
attempt to self-correct, "hearby (sic)" in another.
The Department of Education got in on the action when it published a
tweet honoring W.E.B. DuBois (sic), the civil-rights activist and
historian who founded the NAACP.
The only problem was it spelled his name "DeBois."
Twenty-nine minutes after misspelling W.E.B. DuBois's name, the
Education Department attempted to atone for its orthographic blunder,
but ended up making things worse.
"Post updated - our deepest apologizes (sic) for the earlier typo,"
I could go on and on and on... but why not just end that with the
"Despite the constant negative press covfefe."
What a fucking "stable genius" you're defending!  Jesus Christ, do
you get ANY stupider?
What this goes to show that if a man can't manage to simple grammar
and spelling, what kind of an operation can you expect in more
complex endeavors?
Given your (FPP's) own incoherence, perhaps we should ask the same of
you? I'm pretty sure there's at least a word missing from your sentence,
probably a verb like "use" as in "...if a man can't manage to USE simple
grammar and spelling....". But I'm sure that's unimportant when you do
it - and the End of The World when Trump does it.
Post by moviePig
Post by Rhino
I'm sure you were equally outraged when Obama pronounced the "ps" in
"corpsman" or said that he'd been to 57 states in the days before the
election. Just as you were mortified when you'd left the "c" out of
"medical" in your own post. Oh, wait....
Everyone makes typos.
Of course they do. And the world somehow survives because people
generally understand what was meant, as opposed to what was said or
written.
Post by moviePig
The question here is whether Trump's
un-Presidented level of illiteracy should be a concern to us ...
You say that as if it was Established Fact that Trump's literacy was at
the lowest level ever recorded of any previous President. I would be
astounded if *any* systematic study of the previous President's literacy
level had ever been attempted, let alone established a scale showing
where each president fit on it.
You also imply that Trump was personally responsible for each and every
one of the mistakes cited above.
It would help if he stopped lying. On purpose.
Post by Rhino
each and every one of those phrases, bypassing the people whose job it
is to write communications for the press? Or that he personally edited
those communications and approved them? Or is there just a chance that
most of those errors were made by other people?
Post by moviePig
or, if
you like, whether there can ever be such a level.
I can't speak about the American education system but if it is anything
like the one here in Ontario, spelling and grammar were utterly
discarded from it starting in the early 70s.
We take 'YOUR' word for it?

I know that because that's
Post by Rhino
when I was in school. I'd had a thorough grounding in spelling and
grammar - one period a day every single day - throughout Grades 7 and 8.
But the year I started high school, the "progressives" in our provincial
education ministry decided that spelling and grammar no longer mattered.
They said that these things were repressive and frustrating for students
and that the important thing was that students echo back what they were
taught. The teachers were surely smart enough to see what the students
MEANT, even if the actual grammar or spelling were a bit inaccurate, and
grade them on the meaning instead of the grammar and spelling. And so it
went for the rest of my time in high school.
Years later, the universities were finding the English grammar and
spelling skills so lacking that they started remedial English programs.
A con like you? Dares to speak for the province of Ontario or ANY of its citizens? Your fucking shitting us, right?
Post by Rhino
Students had to write exams after they started university and get a high
enough score or they would have to take the remedial English courses.
I haven't been in school in a very long time now and they *may* have
started teaching spelling and grammar again; I really don't know. The
remedial English courses at the university level may be ancient history
too. But judging by the (piss poor) level of English I see and hear all
around me - including in major newspapers -
Your English is correct? Or theirs? WHhichhh do you mean? How would you even be able to tell?
Post by Rhino
I strongly suspect that
spelling and grammar haven't been taught since about 1970 in this province.
If America went the same way in its educational system, it's more of a
surprise that some people can still write and spell at all than that
some people can't.
Where are getting this information from? The same place BTR and Ubiquitous get theirs? Where the sun doesn't shine?
FPP
2018-01-14 21:59:03 UTC
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Post by Rhino
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The official schedule for the President issued Tuesday night
included "Normay" instead of "Norway."
White House Corrects DACA Meeting Transcript
CNN Politics - January 10, 2018
--
http://www.cnn.com/2018/01/10/politics/white-house-transcript-corrected-daca-donald-trump/index.html
This is nothing new.  It started with Trump's OFFICIAL
Inauguration Poster.
http://thehill.com/blogs/blog-briefing-room/news/319170-trumps-official-inauguration-poster-has-glaring-typo
They also misspelled the name of the doctor that just examined Trump.
The supposed report on Trump's health was signed "Ronnie", while
the actual physician spells it "Ronny".
Or are we supposed to believe that the doctor forgot HOW TO SPELL
HIS OWN NAME, for fuck's sake!  They couldn't even fake a medial
report correctly.
It's obvious you're scraping the bottom of the barrel when all you
can fault Trump for is typos executed by his staff. (Or did you
think Trump personally made the typo?) By the way, did you notice
your OWN typo in the last sentence of your post? Are we to take
some grand message from that about your overall worthiness as a
human being?
Listen, dimwit, Trump has made numerous typo's over the past year -
or are you unaware of that, too?
Trump announced in July he was nominating former Utah governor Jon
Huntsman Jr. as ambassador to Russia.  The only problem was the
White House's statement revealing the pick spelled his name "John."
(sic)
"Ask Sally Yates, under oath, if she knows how classified
information got into the newspapers soon after she explained it to
W.H. Council sic) ," Trump said on Twitter.
It's "counsel"... this isn't Elrond he was talking about.
About a week later, Trump stumbled over the same word, this time
adding a unique twist — he spelled it "councel (sic) ," which is
wrong in any context.
China steals United States Navy research drone in international
waters - rips it out of water and takes it to China in unprecedented
(sic) act.
"How low has President Obama gone to tapp (sic)  my phones during
the very sacred election process."
In February, the White House released a list of 78 terrorist attacks
it said went "underreported" after Trump said journalists were
ignoring terrorist attacks around the world.
The list was problematic for several reasons — one of them being
that many of the incidents on the list had been extensively covered
by the media.
About halfway down the list, the word "attacker" suddenly morphed
into "attaker (sic)," which appeared more than 20 times. The list
included the terrorist attack in "San Bernadino (sic), CA," a
misspelling of San Bernardino. And at one point Denmark is spelled
"Denmakr (sic)."
In late May, the White House released a statement saying one of
Trump's goals during his trip to Israel was to "promote the
possibility of lasting peach (sic)" in the region.
Back in January, the White House misspelled the name of British
Prime Minister Theresa May three times in the official schedule of
May's visit to the US.
Making matters worse, the particular spelling the White House chose,
"Teresa May," happens to be the name of a British porn star.
Trump struggled not once but twice to spell "hereby" correctly in
March, spelling the word "hear by (sic)" in one tweet, and in an
attempt to self-correct, "hearby (sic)" in another.
The Department of Education got in on the action when it published a
tweet honoring W.E.B. DuBois (sic), the civil-rights activist and
historian who founded the NAACP.
The only problem was it spelled his name "DeBois."
Twenty-nine minutes after misspelling W.E.B. DuBois's name, the
Education Department attempted to atone for its orthographic
blunder, but ended up making things worse.
"Post updated - our deepest apologizes (sic) for the earlier typo,"
I could go on and on and on... but why not just end that with the
"Despite the constant negative press covfefe."
What a fucking "stable genius" you're defending!  Jesus Christ, do
you get ANY stupider?
What this goes to show that if a man can't manage to simple grammar
and spelling, what kind of an operation can you expect in more
complex endeavors?
Given your (FPP's) own incoherence, perhaps we should ask the same of
you? I'm pretty sure there's at least a word missing from your sentence,
probably a verb like "use" as in "...if a man can't manage to USE simple
grammar and spelling....". But I'm sure that's unimportant when you do
it - and the End of The World when Trump does it.
Post by moviePig
Post by Rhino
I'm sure you were equally outraged when Obama pronounced the "ps" in
"corpsman" or said that he'd been to 57 states in the days before the
election. Just as you were mortified when you'd left the "c" out of
"medical" in your own post. Oh, wait....
Everyone makes typos.
Of course they do. And the world somehow survives because people
generally understand what was meant, as opposed to what was said or
written.
Post by moviePig
The question here is whether Trump's un-Presidented level of
illiteracy should be a concern to us ...
You say that as if it was Established Fact that Trump's literacy was at
the lowest level ever recorded of any previous President. I would be
astounded if *any* systematic study of the previous President's literacy
level had ever been attempted, let alone established a scale showing
where each president fit on it.
You also imply that Trump was personally responsible for each and every
each and every one of those phrases, bypassing the people whose job it
is to write communications for the press? Or that he personally edited
those communications and approved them? Or is there just a chance that
most of those errors were made by other people?
Post by moviePig
or, if you like, whether there can ever be such a level.
I can't speak about the American education system but if it is anything
like the one here in Ontario, spelling and grammar were utterly
discarded from it starting in the early 70s. I know that because that's
when I was in school. I'd had a thorough grounding in spelling and
grammar - one period a day every single day - throughout Grades 7 and 8.
But the year I started high school, the "progressives" in our provincial
education ministry decided that spelling and grammar no longer mattered.
They said that these things were repressive and frustrating for students
and that the important thing was that students echo back what they were
taught. The teachers were surely smart enough to see what the students
MEANT, even if the actual grammar or spelling were a bit inaccurate, and
grade them on the meaning instead of the grammar and spelling. And so it
went for the rest of my time in high school.
Years later, the universities were finding the English grammar and
spelling skills so lacking that they started remedial English programs.
Students had to write exams after they started university and get a high
enough score or they would have to take the remedial English courses.
I haven't been in school in a very long time now and they *may* have
started teaching spelling and grammar again; I really don't know. The
remedial English courses at the university level may be ancient history
too. But judging by the (piss poor) level of English I see and hear all
around me - including in major newspapers - I strongly suspect that
spelling and grammar haven't been taught since about 1970 in this province.
If America went the same way in its educational system, it's more of a
surprise that some people can still write and spell at all than that
some people can't.
Well, you see what we elected, don't you?

And you keep equating a post on Usenet with an official document that's
supposedly from a "stable genius" and his elite corps of "like, really
smart" people.

The same people that the "stable genius" called "THE BEST PEOPLE".
Please... tell us again how they're remotely the same thing. I love it
when you look ignorant.
You must, too.
--
"Donald Trump accepted the Republican nomination Thursday July 22nd."
"ISIS claimed responsibility". - J. P. Shanley
moviePig
2018-01-14 23:13:47 UTC
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Post by moviePig
Post by Rhino
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Post by Rhino
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The official schedule for the President issued Tuesday night
included "Normay" instead of "Norway."
White House Corrects DACA Meeting Transcript
CNN Politics - January 10, 2018
--
http://www.cnn.com/2018/01/10/politics/white-house-transcript-corrected-daca-donald-trump/index.html
This is nothing new.  It started with Trump's OFFICIAL
Inauguration Poster.
http://thehill.com/blogs/blog-briefing-room/news/319170-trumps-official-inauguration-poster-has-glaring-typo
They also misspelled the name of the doctor that just examined Trump.
The supposed report on Trump's health was signed "Ronnie", while
the actual physician spells it "Ronny".
Or are we supposed to believe that the doctor forgot HOW TO SPELL
HIS OWN NAME, for fuck's sake!  They couldn't even fake a medial
report correctly.
It's obvious you're scraping the bottom of the barrel when all you
can fault Trump for is typos executed by his staff. (Or did you
think Trump personally made the typo?) By the way, did you notice
your OWN typo in the last sentence of your post? Are we to take
some grand message from that about your overall worthiness as a
human being?
Listen, dimwit, Trump has made numerous typo's over the past year -
or are you unaware of that, too?
Trump announced in July he was nominating former Utah governor Jon
Huntsman Jr. as ambassador to Russia.  The only problem was the
White House's statement revealing the pick spelled his name "John."
(sic)
"Ask Sally Yates, under oath, if she knows how classified
information got into the newspapers soon after she explained it to
W.H. Council sic) ," Trump said on Twitter.
It's "counsel"... this isn't Elrond he was talking about.
About a week later, Trump stumbled over the same word, this time
adding a unique twist — he spelled it "councel (sic) ," which is
wrong in any context.
China steals United States Navy research drone in international
waters - rips it out of water and takes it to China in unprecedented
(sic) act.
"How low has President Obama gone to tapp (sic)  my phones during
the very sacred election process."
In February, the White House released a list of 78 terrorist attacks
it said went "underreported" after Trump said journalists were
ignoring terrorist attacks around the world.
The list was problematic for several reasons — one of them being
that many of the incidents on the list had been extensively covered
by the media.
About halfway down the list, the word "attacker" suddenly morphed
into "attaker (sic)," which appeared more than 20 times. The list
included the terrorist attack in "San Bernadino (sic), CA," a
misspelling of San Bernardino. And at one point Denmark is spelled
"Denmakr (sic)."
In late May, the White House released a statement saying one of
Trump's goals during his trip to Israel was to "promote the
possibility of lasting peach (sic)" in the region.
Back in January, the White House misspelled the name of British
Prime Minister Theresa May three times in the official schedule of
May's visit to the US.
Making matters worse, the particular spelling the White House chose,
"Teresa May," happens to be the name of a British porn star.
Trump struggled not once but twice to spell "hereby" correctly in
March, spelling the word "hear by (sic)" in one tweet, and in an
attempt to self-correct, "hearby (sic)" in another.
The Department of Education got in on the action when it published a
tweet honoring W.E.B. DuBois (sic), the civil-rights activist and
historian who founded the NAACP.
The only problem was it spelled his name "DeBois."
Twenty-nine minutes after misspelling W.E.B. DuBois's name, the
Education Department attempted to atone for its orthographic
blunder, but ended up making things worse.
"Post updated - our deepest apologizes (sic) for the earlier typo,"
I could go on and on and on... but why not just end that with the
"Despite the constant negative press covfefe."
What a fucking "stable genius" you're defending!  Jesus Christ, do
you get ANY stupider?
What this goes to show that if a man can't manage to simple grammar
and spelling, what kind of an operation can you expect in more
complex endeavors?
Given your (FPP's) own incoherence, perhaps we should ask the same of
you? I'm pretty sure there's at least a word missing from your sentence,
probably a verb like "use" as in "...if a man can't manage to USE simple
grammar and spelling....". But I'm sure that's unimportant when you do
it - and the End of The World when Trump does it.
Post by moviePig
Post by Rhino
I'm sure you were equally outraged when Obama pronounced the "ps" in
"corpsman" or said that he'd been to 57 states in the days before the
election. Just as you were mortified when you'd left the "c" out of
"medical" in your own post. Oh, wait....
Everyone makes typos.
Of course they do. And the world somehow survives because people
generally understand what was meant, as opposed to what was said or
written.
Post by moviePig
The question here is whether Trump's un-Presidented level of
illiteracy should be a concern to us ...
You say that as if it was Established Fact that Trump's literacy was at
the lowest level ever recorded of any previous President. I would be
astounded if *any* systematic study of the previous President's literacy
level had ever been attempted, let alone established a scale showing
where each president fit on it.
You also imply that Trump was personally responsible for each and every
each and every one of those phrases, bypassing the people whose job it
is to write communications for the press? Or that he personally edited
those communications and approved them? Or is there just a chance that
most of those errors were made by other people?
Post by moviePig
or, if you like, whether there can ever be such a level.
I can't speak about the American education system but if it is anything
like the one here in Ontario, spelling and grammar were utterly
discarded from it starting in the early 70s. I know that because that's
when I was in school. I'd had a thorough grounding in spelling and
grammar - one period a day every single day - throughout Grades 7 and 8.
But the year I started high school, the "progressives" in our provincial
education ministry decided that spelling and grammar no longer mattered.
They said that these things were repressive and frustrating for students
and that the important thing was that students echo back what they were
taught. The teachers were surely smart enough to see what the students
MEANT, even if the actual grammar or spelling were a bit inaccurate, and
grade them on the meaning instead of the grammar and spelling. And so it
went for the rest of my time in high school.
Years later, the universities were finding the English grammar and
spelling skills so lacking that they started remedial English programs.
Students had to write exams after they started university and get a high
enough score or they would have to take the remedial English courses.
I haven't been in school in a very long time now and they *may* have
started teaching spelling and grammar again; I really don't know. The
remedial English courses at the university level may be ancient history
too. But judging by the (piss poor) level of English I see and hear all
around me - including in major newspapers - I strongly suspect that
spelling and grammar haven't been taught since about 1970 in this province.
If America went the same way in its educational system, it's more of a
surprise that some people can still write and spell at all than that
some people can't.
'Spelling and grammar' are still taught and used enough to validate them
as some measure of of general competency. Given the social/educational
environment that Trump's had, anyone of Presidential timber ought, by
simple proximity, to have absorbed a passable proficiency and regard for
them. Imo.

As for how low a bar he sets in that regard, no, I don't know of any
official "study". But my informal assessment is that he'd be solidly at
the bottom of any Presidential class back at least to FDR.
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YOUR taste at work...
http://www.moviepig.com
m***@hotmail.com
2018-01-15 16:45:30 UTC
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Post by moviePig
Post by Rhino
Post by moviePig
Post by Rhino
Post by FPP
Post by Rhino
Post by m***@hotmail.com
The official schedule for the President issued Tuesday night
included "Normay" instead of "Norway."
White House Corrects DACA Meeting Transcript
CNN Politics - January 10, 2018
--
http://www.cnn.com/2018/01/10/politics/white-house-transcript-corrected-daca-donald-trump/index.html
This is nothing new.  It started with Trump's OFFICIAL
Inauguration Poster.
http://thehill.com/blogs/blog-briefing-room/news/319170-trumps-official-inauguration-poster-has-glaring-typo
They also misspelled the name of the doctor that just examined Trump.
The supposed report on Trump's health was signed "Ronnie", while
the actual physician spells it "Ronny".
Or are we supposed to believe that the doctor forgot HOW TO SPELL
HIS OWN NAME, for fuck's sake!  They couldn't even fake a medial
report correctly.
It's obvious you're scraping the bottom of the barrel when all you
can fault Trump for is typos executed by his staff. (Or did you
think Trump personally made the typo?) By the way, did you notice
your OWN typo in the last sentence of your post? Are we to take
some grand message from that about your overall worthiness as a
human being?
Listen, dimwit, Trump has made numerous typo's over the past year -
or are you unaware of that, too?
Trump announced in July he was nominating former Utah governor Jon
Huntsman Jr. as ambassador to Russia.  The only problem was the
White House's statement revealing the pick spelled his name "John."
(sic)
"Ask Sally Yates, under oath, if she knows how classified
information got into the newspapers soon after she explained it to
W.H. Council sic) ," Trump said on Twitter.
It's "counsel"... this isn't Elrond he was talking about.
About a week later, Trump stumbled over the same word, this time
adding a unique twist — he spelled it "councel (sic) ," which is
wrong in any context.
China steals United States Navy research drone in international
waters - rips it out of water and takes it to China in unprecedented
(sic) act.
"How low has President Obama gone to tapp (sic)  my phones during
the very sacred election process."
In February, the White House released a list of 78 terrorist attacks
it said went "underreported" after Trump said journalists were
ignoring terrorist attacks around the world.
The list was problematic for several reasons — one of them being
that many of the incidents on the list had been extensively covered
by the media.
About halfway down the list, the word "attacker" suddenly morphed
into "attaker (sic)," which appeared more than 20 times. The list
included the terrorist attack in "San Bernadino (sic), CA," a
misspelling of San Bernardino. And at one point Denmark is spelled
"Denmakr (sic)."
In late May, the White House released a statement saying one of
Trump's goals during his trip to Israel was to "promote the
possibility of lasting peach (sic)" in the region.
Back in January, the White House misspelled the name of British
Prime Minister Theresa May three times in the official schedule of
May's visit to the US.
Making matters worse, the particular spelling the White House chose,
"Teresa May," happens to be the name of a British porn star.
Trump struggled not once but twice to spell "hereby" correctly in
March, spelling the word "hear by (sic)" in one tweet, and in an
attempt to self-correct, "hearby (sic)" in another.
The Department of Education got in on the action when it published a
tweet honoring W.E.B. DuBois (sic), the civil-rights activist and
historian who founded the NAACP.
The only problem was it spelled his name "DeBois."
Twenty-nine minutes after misspelling W.E.B. DuBois's name, the
Education Department attempted to atone for its orthographic
blunder, but ended up making things worse.
"Post updated - our deepest apologizes (sic) for the earlier typo,"
I could go on and on and on... but why not just end that with the
"Despite the constant negative press covfefe."
What a fucking "stable genius" you're defending!  Jesus Christ, do
you get ANY stupider?
What this goes to show that if a man can't manage to simple grammar
and spelling, what kind of an operation can you expect in more
complex endeavors?
Given your (FPP's) own incoherence, perhaps we should ask the same of
you? I'm pretty sure there's at least a word missing from your sentence,
probably a verb like "use" as in "...if a man can't manage to USE simple
grammar and spelling....". But I'm sure that's unimportant when you do
it - and the End of The World when Trump does it.
Post by moviePig
Post by Rhino
I'm sure you were equally outraged when Obama pronounced the "ps" in
"corpsman" or said that he'd been to 57 states in the days before the
election. Just as you were mortified when you'd left the "c" out of
"medical" in your own post. Oh, wait....
Everyone makes typos.
Of course they do. And the world somehow survives because people
generally understand what was meant, as opposed to what was said or
written.
Post by moviePig
The question here is whether Trump's un-Presidented level of
illiteracy should be a concern to us ...
You say that as if it was Established Fact that Trump's literacy was at
the lowest level ever recorded of any previous President. I would be
astounded if *any* systematic study of the previous President's literacy
level had ever been attempted, let alone established a scale showing
where each president fit on it.
You also imply that Trump was personally responsible for each and every
each and every one of those phrases, bypassing the people whose job it
is to write communications for the press? Or that he personally edited
those communications and approved them? Or is there just a chance that
most of those errors were made by other people?
Post by moviePig
or, if you like, whether there can ever be such a level.
I can't speak about the American education system but if it is anything
like the one here in Ontario, spelling and grammar were utterly
discarded from it starting in the early 70s. I know that because that's
when I was in school. I'd had a thorough grounding in spelling and
grammar - one period a day every single day - throughout Grades 7 and 8.
But the year I started high school, the "progressives" in our provincial
education ministry decided that spelling and grammar no longer mattered.
They said that these things were repressive and frustrating for students
and that the important thing was that students echo back what they were
taught. The teachers were surely smart enough to see what the students
MEANT, even if the actual grammar or spelling were a bit inaccurate, and
grade them on the meaning instead of the grammar and spelling. And so it
went for the rest of my time in high school.
Years later, the universities were finding the English grammar and
spelling skills so lacking that they started remedial English programs.
Students had to write exams after they started university and get a high
enough score or they would have to take the remedial English courses.
I haven't been in school in a very long time now and they *may* have
started teaching spelling and grammar again; I really don't know. The
remedial English courses at the university level may be ancient history
too. But judging by the (piss poor) level of English I see and hear all
around me - including in major newspapers - I strongly suspect that
spelling and grammar haven't been taught since about 1970 in this province.
If America went the same way in its educational system, it's more of a
surprise that some people can still write and spell at all than that
some people can't.
'Spelling and grammar' are still taught and used enough to validate them
as some measure of of general competency.
Certainly enough to tell the difference between American and Canadian.
FPP
2018-01-14 21:55:25 UTC
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Post by Rhino
Post by FPP
Post by Rhino
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The official schedule for the President issued Tuesday night
included "Normay" instead of "Norway."
White House Corrects DACA Meeting Transcript
CNN Politics - January 10, 2018
--
http://www.cnn.com/2018/01/10/politics/white-house-transcript-corrected-daca-donald-trump/index.html
This is nothing new.  It started with Trump's OFFICIAL Inauguration Poster.
http://thehill.com/blogs/blog-briefing-room/news/319170-trumps-official-inauguration-poster-has-glaring-typo
They also misspelled the name of the doctor that just examined Trump.
The supposed report on Trump's health was signed "Ronnie", while
the actual physician spells it "Ronny".
Or are we supposed to believe that the doctor forgot HOW TO SPELL
HIS OWN NAME, for fuck's sake!  They couldn't even fake a medial
report correctly.
It's obvious you're scraping the bottom of the barrel when all you
can fault Trump for is typos executed by his staff. (Or did you
think Trump personally made the typo?) By the way, did you notice
your OWN typo in the last sentence of your post? Are we to take some
grand message from that about your overall worthiness as a human being?
Listen, dimwit, Trump has made numerous typo's over the past year -
or are you unaware of that, too?
Trump announced in July he was nominating former Utah governor Jon
Huntsman Jr. as ambassador to Russia.  The only problem was the White
House's statement revealing the pick spelled his name "John."  (sic)
"Ask Sally Yates, under oath, if she knows how classified information
got into the newspapers soon after she explained it to W.H. Council
sic) ," Trump said on Twitter.
It's "counsel"... this isn't Elrond he was talking about.
About a week later, Trump stumbled over the same word, this time
adding a unique twist — he spelled it "councel (sic) ," which is
wrong in any context.
China steals United States Navy research drone in international
waters - rips it out of water and takes it to China in unprecedented
(sic) act.
"How low has President Obama gone to tapp (sic)  my phones during the
very sacred election process."
In February, the White House released a list of 78 terrorist attacks
it said went "underreported" after Trump said journalists were
ignoring terrorist attacks around the world.
The list was problematic for several reasons — one of them being that
many of the incidents on the list had been extensively covered by the media.
About halfway down the list, the word "attacker" suddenly morphed
into "attaker (sic)," which appeared more than 20 times. The list
included the terrorist attack in "San Bernadino (sic), CA," a
misspelling of San Bernardino. And at one point Denmark is spelled
"Denmakr (sic)."
In late May, the White House released a statement saying one of
Trump's goals during his trip to Israel was to "promote the
possibility of lasting peach (sic)" in the region.
Back in January, the White House misspelled the name of British Prime
Minister Theresa May three times in the official schedule of May's
visit to the US.
Making matters worse, the particular spelling the White House chose,
"Teresa May," happens to be the name of a British porn star.
Trump struggled not once but twice to spell "hereby" correctly in
March, spelling the word "hear by (sic)" in one tweet, and in an
attempt to self-correct, "hearby (sic)" in another.
The Department of Education got in on the action when it published a
tweet honoring W.E.B. DuBois (sic), the civil-rights activist and
historian who founded the NAACP.
The only problem was it spelled his name "DeBois."
Twenty-nine minutes after misspelling W.E.B. DuBois's name, the
Education Department attempted to atone for its orthographic blunder,
but ended up making things worse.
"Post updated - our deepest apologizes (sic) for the earlier typo,"
I could go on and on and on... but why not just end that with the
"Despite the constant negative press covfefe."
What a fucking "stable genius" you're defending!  Jesus Christ, do
you get ANY stupider?
What this goes to show that if a man can't manage to simple grammar
and spelling, what kind of an operation can you expect in more
complex endeavors?
I'm sure you were equally outraged when Obama pronounced the "ps" in
"corpsman" or said that he'd been to 57 states in the days before the
election. Just as you were mortified when you'd left the "c" out of
"medical" in your own post. Oh, wait....
Everyone makes typos.  The question here is whether Trump's
un-Presidented level of illiteracy should be a concern to us ...or, if
you like, whether there can ever be such a level.
Once is a mistake.
Twice is a coincidence
Five times constitutes a pattern.
But twenty times means you're a fucking illiterate.

And that's for people who aren't claiming to be a "genius". For people
that didn't go to "the best schools". People who don't claim to be
"like, really smart."
--
"Donald Trump accepted the Republican nomination Thursday July 22nd."
"ISIS claimed responsibility". - J. P. Shanley
The Horny Goat
2018-01-14 16:24:41 UTC
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On Sun, 14 Jan 2018 10:24:50 -0500, Rhino
Post by Rhino
I'm sure you were equally outraged when Obama pronounced the "ps" in
"corpsman" or said that he'd been to 57 states in the days before the
election. Just as you were mortified when you'd left the "c" out of
"medical" in your own post. Oh, wait....
When I heard that I was wondering why he went to Australia during the
campaign!
FPP
2018-01-14 21:52:32 UTC
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Post by Rhino
Post by FPP
Post by Rhino
Post by m***@hotmail.com
The official schedule for the President issued Tuesday night
included "Normay" instead of "Norway."
White House Corrects DACA Meeting Transcript
CNN Politics - January 10, 2018
--
http://www.cnn.com/2018/01/10/politics/white-house-transcript-corrected-daca-donald-trump/index.html
This is nothing new.  It started with Trump's OFFICIAL Inauguration Poster.
http://thehill.com/blogs/blog-briefing-room/news/319170-trumps-official-inauguration-poster-has-glaring-typo
They also misspelled the name of the doctor that just examined Trump.
The supposed report on Trump's health was signed "Ronnie", while the
actual physician spells it "Ronny".
Or are we supposed to believe that the doctor forgot HOW TO SPELL
HIS OWN NAME, for fuck's sake!  They couldn't even fake a medial
report correctly.
It's obvious you're scraping the bottom of the barrel when all you
can fault Trump for is typos executed by his staff. (Or did you think
Trump personally made the typo?) By the way, did you notice your OWN
typo in the last sentence of your post? Are we to take some grand
message from that about your overall worthiness as a human being?
Listen, dimwit, Trump has made numerous typo's over the past year - or
are you unaware of that, too?
Trump announced in July he was nominating former Utah governor Jon
Huntsman Jr. as ambassador to Russia.  The only problem was the White
House's statement revealing the pick spelled his name "John."  (sic)
"Ask Sally Yates, under oath, if she knows how classified information
got into the newspapers soon after she explained it to W.H. Council
sic) ," Trump said on Twitter.
It's "counsel"... this isn't Elrond he was talking about.
About a week later, Trump stumbled over the same word, this time
adding a unique twist — he spelled it "councel (sic) ," which is wrong
in any context.
China steals United States Navy research drone in international waters
- rips it out of water and takes it to China in unprecedented (sic) act.
"How low has President Obama gone to tapp (sic)  my phones during the
very sacred election process."
In February, the White House released a list of 78 terrorist attacks
it said went "underreported" after Trump said journalists were
ignoring terrorist attacks around the world.
The list was problematic for several reasons — one of them being that
many of the incidents on the list had been extensively covered by the media.
About halfway down the list, the word "attacker" suddenly morphed into
"attaker (sic)," which appeared more than 20 times. The list included
the terrorist attack in "San Bernadino (sic), CA," a misspelling of
San Bernardino. And at one point Denmark is spelled "Denmakr (sic)."
In late May, the White House released a statement saying one of
Trump's goals during his trip to Israel was to "promote the
possibility of lasting peach (sic)" in the region.
Back in January, the White House misspelled the name of British Prime
Minister Theresa May three times in the official schedule of May's
visit to the US.
Making matters worse, the particular spelling the White House chose,
"Teresa May," happens to be the name of a British porn star.
Trump struggled not once but twice to spell "hereby" correctly in
March, spelling the word "hear by (sic)" in one tweet, and in an
attempt to self-correct, "hearby (sic)" in another.
The Department of Education got in on the action when it published a
tweet honoring W.E.B. DuBois (sic), the civil-rights activist and
historian who founded the NAACP.
The only problem was it spelled his name "DeBois."
Twenty-nine minutes after misspelling W.E.B. DuBois's name, the
Education Department attempted to atone for its orthographic blunder,
but ended up making things worse.
"Post updated - our deepest apologizes (sic) for the earlier typo,"
I could go on and on and on... but why not just end that with the
"Despite the constant negative press covfefe."
What a fucking "stable genius" you're defending!  Jesus Christ, do you
get ANY stupider?
What this goes to show that if a man can't manage to simple grammar
and spelling, what kind of an operation can you expect in more complex
endeavors?
I'm sure you were equally outraged when Obama pronounced the "ps" in
"corpsman" or said that he'd been to 57 states in the days before the
election. Just as you were mortified when you'd left the "c" out of
"medical" in your own post. Oh, wait....
Nope. Obama made a simple mistake. I could show another dozen more
that Trump has made. With him, it isn't an occasional slip-up - it's
the norm. He can't help himself.

And a typo on Usenet isn't even remotely the same as the leader of a
country doing it repeatedly. Or do you believe there is an equivalence
there?

I've never put out a statement for publication that EVER had a mistake.
I do it for a living... and if I made one in my professional life, I'd
be fired. Period. It's been 41 years, and counting, and I've NEVER ,
EVER done it while on the job.

I don't ever remember claiming that I was a "stable genius", though. I
don't remember Obama telling us how smart he was. He never claimed to
be "like, really smart". He never claimed to "have the best words".

Your boy has. Repeatedly. One minute he's telling us how smart he is,
and the next he's tripping over his dick

Your feeble attempt at false equivalence is pretty laughable - even for
you. And that's saying something.
--
"Donald Trump accepted the Republican nomination Thursday July 22nd."
"ISIS claimed responsibility". - J. P. Shanley
Ubiquitous
2018-01-15 16:23:09 UTC
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Post by FPP
Post by Rhino
Post by FPP
Post by Rhino
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The official schedule for the President issued Tuesday night
included "Normay" instead of "Norway."
White House Corrects DACA Meeting Transcript
CNN Politics - January 10, 2018
--
http://www.cnn.com/2018/01/10/politics/white-house-transcript-corrected-daca-donald-trump/index.html
This is nothing new.  It started with Trump's OFFICIAL Inauguration Poster.
http://thehill.com/blogs/blog-briefing-room/news/319170-trumps-official-inauguration-poster-has-glaring-typo
They also misspelled the name of the doctor that just examined Trump.
The supposed report on Trump's health was signed "Ronnie", while the
actual physician spells it "Ronny".
Or are we supposed to believe that the doctor forgot HOW TO SPELL
HIS OWN NAME, for fuck's sake!  They couldn't even fake a medial
report correctly.
It's obvious you're scraping the bottom of the barrel when all you
can fault Trump for is typos executed by his staff. (Or did you think
Trump personally made the typo?) By the way, did you notice your OWN
typo in the last sentence of your post? Are we to take some grand
message from that about your overall worthiness as a human being?
Listen, dimwit, Trump has made numerous typo's over the past year - or
are you unaware of that, too?
Trump announced in July he was nominating former Utah governor Jon
Huntsman Jr. as ambassador to Russia.  The only problem was the White
House's statement revealing the pick spelled his name "John."  (sic)
"Ask Sally Yates, under oath, if she knows how classified information
got into the newspapers soon after she explained it to W.H. Council
sic) ," Trump said on Twitter.
It's "counsel"... this isn't Elrond he was talking about.
About a week later, Trump stumbled over the same word, this time
adding a unique twist — he spelled it "councel (sic) ," which is wrong
in any context.
China steals United States Navy research drone in international waters
- rips it out of water and takes it to China in unprecedented (sic) act.
"How low has President Obama gone to tapp (sic)  my phones during the
very sacred election process."
In February, the White House released a list of 78 terrorist attacks
it said went "underreported" after Trump said journalists were
ignoring terrorist attacks around the world.
The list was problematic for several reasons — one of them being that
many of the incidents on the list had been extensively covered by the media.
About halfway down the list, the word "attacker" suddenly morphed into
"attaker (sic)," which appeared more than 20 times. The list included
the terrorist attack in "San Bernadino (sic), CA," a misspelling of
San Bernardino. And at one point Denmark is spelled "Denmakr (sic)."
In late May, the White House released a statement saying one of
Trump's goals during his trip to Israel was to "promote the
possibility of lasting peach (sic)" in the region.
Back in January, the White House misspelled the name of British Prime
Minister Theresa May three times in the official schedule of May's
visit to the US.
Making matters worse, the particular spelling the White House chose,
"Teresa May," happens to be the name of a British porn star.
Trump struggled not once but twice to spell "hereby" correctly in
March, spelling the word "hear by (sic)" in one tweet, and in an
attempt to self-correct, "hearby (sic)" in another.
The Department of Education got in on the action when it published a
tweet honoring W.E.B. DuBois (sic), the civil-rights activist and
historian who founded the NAACP.
The only problem was it spelled his name "DeBois."
Twenty-nine minutes after misspelling W.E.B. DuBois's name, the
Education Department attempted to atone for its orthographic blunder,
but ended up making things worse.
"Post updated - our deepest apologizes (sic) for the earlier typo,"
I could go on and on and on... but why not just end that with the
"Despite the constant negative press covfefe."
What a fucking "stable genius" you're defending!  Jesus Christ, do you
get ANY stupider?
What this goes to show that if a man can't manage to simple grammar
and spelling, what kind of an operation can you expect in more complex
endeavors?
I'm sure you were equally outraged when Obama pronounced the "ps" in
"corpsman" or said that he'd been to 57 states in the days before the
election. Just as you were mortified when you'd left the "c" out of
"medical" in your own post. Oh, wait....
Nope. Obama made a simple mistake. I could show another dozen more
that Trump has made. With him, it isn't an occasional slip-up - it's
the norm. He can't help himself.
And a typo on Usenet isn't even remotely the same as the leader of a
country doing it repeatedly. Or do you believe there is an equivalence
there?
I've never put out a statement for publication that EVER had a mistake.
I do it for a living... and if I made one in my professional life, I'd
be fired. Period. It's been 41 years, and counting, and I've NEVER ,
EVER done it while on the job.
I don't ever remember claiming that I was a "stable genius", though. I
don't remember Obama telling us how smart he was. He never claimed to
be "like, really smart". He never claimed to "have the best words".
Your boy has. Repeatedly. One minute he's telling us how smart he is,
and the next he's tripping over his dick
Your feeble attempt at false equivalence is pretty laughable - even for
you. And that's saying something.
Looks like FPPsky lost another debate!
Thanks for playing!

Deflection noted.
Nonresponse noted.
Get back to us when you have a real argument to make.
--
Dems & the media want Trump to be more like Obama, but then he'd
have to audit liberals & wire tap reporters' phones.
m***@hotmail.com
2018-01-15 16:43:08 UTC
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Post by Ubiquitous
Post by FPP
Post by Rhino
Post by FPP
Post by Rhino
Post by m***@hotmail.com
The official schedule for the President issued Tuesday night
included "Normay" instead of "Norway."
White House Corrects DACA Meeting Transcript
CNN Politics - January 10, 2018
--
http://www.cnn.com/2018/01/10/politics/white-house-transcript-corrected-daca-donald-trump/index.html
This is nothing new.  It started with Trump's OFFICIAL Inauguration Poster.
http://thehill.com/blogs/blog-briefing-room/news/319170-trumps-official-inauguration-poster-has-glaring-typo
They also misspelled the name of the doctor that just examined Trump.
The supposed report on Trump's health was signed "Ronnie", while the
actual physician spells it "Ronny".
Or are we supposed to believe that the doctor forgot HOW TO SPELL
HIS OWN NAME, for fuck's sake!  They couldn't even fake a medial
report correctly.
It's obvious you're scraping the bottom of the barrel when all you
can fault Trump for is typos executed by his staff. (Or did you think
Trump personally made the typo?) By the way, did you notice your OWN
typo in the last sentence of your post? Are we to take some grand
message from that about your overall worthiness as a human being?
Listen, dimwit, Trump has made numerous typo's over the past year - or
are you unaware of that, too?
Trump announced in July he was nominating former Utah governor Jon
Huntsman Jr. as ambassador to Russia.  The only problem was the White
House's statement revealing the pick spelled his name "John."  (sic)
"Ask Sally Yates, under oath, if she knows how classified information
got into the newspapers soon after she explained it to W.H. Council
sic) ," Trump said on Twitter.
It's "counsel"... this isn't Elrond he was talking about.
About a week later, Trump stumbled over the same word, this time
adding a unique twist — he spelled it "councel (sic) ," which is wrong
in any context.
China steals United States Navy research drone in international waters
- rips it out of water and takes it to China in unprecedented (sic) act.
"How low has President Obama gone to tapp (sic)  my phones during the
very sacred election process."
In February, the White House released a list of 78 terrorist attacks
it said went "underreported" after Trump said journalists were
ignoring terrorist attacks around the world.
The list was problematic for several reasons — one of them being that
many of the incidents on the list had been extensively covered by the media.
About halfway down the list, the word "attacker" suddenly morphed into
"attaker (sic)," which appeared more than 20 times. The list included
the terrorist attack in "San Bernadino (sic), CA," a misspelling of
San Bernardino. And at one point Denmark is spelled "Denmakr (sic)."
In late May, the White House released a statement saying one of
Trump's goals during his trip to Israel was to "promote the
possibility of lasting peach (sic)" in the region.
Back in January, the White House misspelled the name of British Prime
Minister Theresa May three times in the official schedule of May's
visit to the US.
Making matters worse, the particular spelling the White House chose,
"Teresa May," happens to be the name of a British porn star.
Trump struggled not once but twice to spell "hereby" correctly in
March, spelling the word "hear by (sic)" in one tweet, and in an
attempt to self-correct, "hearby (sic)" in another.
The Department of Education got in on the action when it published a
tweet honoring W.E.B. DuBois (sic), the civil-rights activist and
historian who founded the NAACP.
The only problem was it spelled his name "DeBois."
Twenty-nine minutes after misspelling W.E.B. DuBois's name, the
Education Department attempted to atone for its orthographic blunder,
but ended up making things worse.
"Post updated - our deepest apologizes (sic) for the earlier typo,"
I could go on and on and on... but why not just end that with the
"Despite the constant negative press covfefe."
What a fucking "stable genius" you're defending!  Jesus Christ, do you
get ANY stupider?
What this goes to show that if a man can't manage to simple grammar
and spelling, what kind of an operation can you expect in more complex
endeavors?
I'm sure you were equally outraged when Obama pronounced the "ps" in
"corpsman" or said that he'd been to 57 states in the days before the
election. Just as you were mortified when you'd left the "c" out of
"medical" in your own post. Oh, wait....
Nope. Obama made a simple mistake. I could show another dozen more
that Trump has made. With him, it isn't an occasional slip-up - it's
the norm. He can't help himself.
And a typo on Usenet isn't even remotely the same as the leader of a
country doing it repeatedly. Or do you believe there is an equivalence
there?
I've never put out a statement for publication that EVER had a mistake.
I do it for a living... and if I made one in my professional life, I'd
be fired. Period. It's been 41 years, and counting, and I've NEVER ,
EVER done it while on the job.
I don't ever remember claiming that I was a "stable genius", though. I
don't remember Obama telling us how smart he was. He never claimed to
be "like, really smart". He never claimed to "have the best words".
Your boy has. Repeatedly. One minute he's telling us how smart he is,
and the next he's tripping over his dick
Your feeble attempt at false equivalence is pretty laughable - even for
you. And that's saying something.
Looks like FPPsky lost another debate!
Look? You don't sound too certain of yourself.
(probably because you lost)
m***@hotmail.com
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The official schedule for the President issued Tuesday night included
"Normay" instead of "Norway."
White House Corrects DACA Meeting Transcript
CNN Politics - January 10, 2018
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http://www.cnn.com/2018/01/10/politics/white-house-transcript-corrected-daca-donald-trump/index.html
This is nothing new.  It started with Trump's OFFICIAL Inauguration Poster.
http://thehill.com/blogs/blog-briefing-room/news/319170-trumps-official-inauguration-poster-has-glaring-typo
They also misspelled the name of the doctor that just examined Trump.
The supposed report on Trump's health was signed "Ronnie", while the
actual physician spells it "Ronny".
Or are we supposed to believe that the doctor forgot HOW TO SPELL HIS
OWN NAME, for fuck's sake!  They couldn't even fake a medial report
correctly.
It's obvious you're scraping the bottom of the barrel when all you can
fault Trump for is typos executed by his staff.
But that's actually not all. Trump also paid sex workers (accoring to your own Fox News).

Explain that away, Mr. High-Ranking Toronto Police Officer. Go ahead. Can you?
(you're such an expert at US Politics, right Mr. Professor?)

-- https://www.wsj.com/articles/trump-lawyer-arranged-130-000-payment-for-adult-film-stars-silence-1515787678
Breezy Kildare
2018-01-14 16:37:47 UTC
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The official schedule for the President issued Tuesday night included
"Normay" instead of "Norway."
White House Corrects DACA Meeting Transcript
CNN Politics - January 10, 2018
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http://www.cnn.com/2018/01/10/politics/white-house-transcript-corrected-daca-donald-trump/index.html
This is nothing new.  It started with Trump's OFFICIAL Inauguration Poster.
http://thehill.com/blogs/blog-briefing-room/news/319170-trumps-official-inauguration-poster-has-glaring-typo
They also misspelled the name of the doctor that just examined Trump.
The supposed report on Trump's health was signed "Ronnie", while the
actual physician spells it "Ronny".
Or are we supposed to believe that the doctor forgot HOW TO SPELL HIS
OWN NAME, for fuck's sake!  They couldn't even fake a medial report
correctly.
It's obvious you're scraping the bottom of the barrel when all you can
fault Trump for is typos executed by his staff.
But that's actually not all. Trump also paid sex workers (accoring to your own Fox News).
Explain that away, Mr. High-Ranking Toronto Police Officer. Go ahead. Can you?
(you're such an expert at US Politics, right Mr. Professor?)
-- https://www.wsj.com/articles/trump-lawyer-arranged-130-000-payment-for-adult-film-stars-silence-1515787678
"Impeach 45 Now!" ... at least YOUR President knows how many States are in the union ... and it's NOT 57!
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The official schedule for the President issued Tuesday night included
"Normay" instead of "Norway."
White House Corrects DACA Meeting Transcript
CNN Politics - January 10, 2018
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http://www.cnn.com/2018/01/10/politics/white-house-transcript-corrected-daca-donald-trump/index.html
This is nothing new.  It started with Trump's OFFICIAL Inauguration Poster.
http://thehill.com/blogs/blog-briefing-room/news/319170-trumps-official-inauguration-poster-has-glaring-typo
They also misspelled the name of the doctor that just examined Trump.
The supposed report on Trump's health was signed "Ronnie", while the
actual physician spells it "Ronny".
Or are we supposed to believe that the doctor forgot HOW TO SPELL HIS
OWN NAME, for fuck's sake!  They couldn't even fake a medial report
correctly.
It's obvious you're scraping the bottom of the barrel when all you can
fault Trump for is typos executed by his staff.
But that's actually not all. Trump also paid sex workers (accoring to your own Fox News).
Explain that away, Mr. High-Ranking Toronto Police Officer. Go ahead. Can you?
(you're such an expert at US Politics, right Mr. Professor?)
-- https://www.wsj.com/articles/trump-lawyer-arranged-130-000-payment-for-adult-film-stars-silence-1515787678
"Impeach 45 Now!" ... at least YOUR President knows how many States are in the union ... and it's NOT 57!
Too bad YOUR president has no fellow state office party members in California, NY or NJ.

Laugh !!! Laugh !!! Laugh !!!
FPP
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The official schedule for the President issued Tuesday night included
"Normay" instead of "Norway."
White House Corrects DACA Meeting Transcript
CNN Politics - January 10, 2018
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http://www.cnn.com/2018/01/10/politics/white-house-transcript-corrected-daca-donald-trump/index.html
This is nothing new.  It started with Trump's OFFICIAL Inauguration Poster.
http://thehill.com/blogs/blog-briefing-room/news/319170-trumps-official-inauguration-poster-has-glaring-typo
They also misspelled the name of the doctor that just examined Trump.
The supposed report on Trump's health was signed "Ronnie", while the
actual physician spells it "Ronny".
Or are we supposed to believe that the doctor forgot HOW TO SPELL HIS
OWN NAME, for fuck's sake!  They couldn't even fake a medial report
correctly.
It's obvious you're scraping the bottom of the barrel when all you can
fault Trump for is typos executed by his staff.
But that's actually not all. Trump also paid sex workers (accoring to your own Fox News).
Explain that away, Mr. High-Ranking Toronto Police Officer. Go ahead. Can you?
(you're such an expert at US Politics, right Mr. Professor?)
-- https://www.wsj.com/articles/trump-lawyer-arranged-130-000-payment-for-adult-film-stars-silence-1515787678
Hey! Give the fucking president some credit!
At least he's paying SOMEBODY he owes!

That's a start.
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"Donald Trump accepted the Republican nomination Thursday July 22nd."
"ISIS claimed responsibility". - J. P. Shanley
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The official schedule for the President issued Tuesday night included "Normay" instead of "Norway."
White House Corrects DACA Meeting Transcript
CNN Politics - January 10, 2018
-- http://www.cnn.com/2018/01/10/politics/white-house-transcript-corrected-daca-donald-trump/index.html
This is nothing new. It started with Trump's OFFICIAL Inauguration Poster.
http://thehill.com/blogs/blog-briefing-room/news/319170-trumps-official-inauguration-poster-has-glaring-typo
They also misspelled the name of the doctor that just examined Trump.
The supposed report on Trump's health was signed "Ronnie", while the
actual physician spells it "Ronny".
Or are we supposed to believe that the doctor forgot HOW TO SPELL HIS
OWN NAME, for fuck's sake! They couldn't even fake a medial report
correctly.
Desperate, much?

Do let us know when you find a legitimate complaint.
FPP
2018-01-14 13:42:18 UTC
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The official schedule for the President issued Tuesday night included "Normay" instead of "Norway."
White House Corrects DACA Meeting Transcript
CNN Politics - January 10, 2018
-- http://www.cnn.com/2018/01/10/politics/white-house-transcript-corrected-daca-donald-trump/index.html
This is nothing new. It started with Trump's OFFICIAL Inauguration Poster.
http://thehill.com/blogs/blog-briefing-room/news/319170-trumps-official-inauguration-poster-has-glaring-typo
They also misspelled the name of the doctor that just examined Trump.
The supposed report on Trump's health was signed "Ronnie", while the
actual physician spells it "Ronny".
Or are we supposed to believe that the doctor forgot HOW TO SPELL HIS
OWN NAME, for fuck's sake! They couldn't even fake a medial report
correctly.
Desperate, much?
Do let us know when you find a legitimate complaint.
Well, someone certainly is butthurt about me!
Looks like someone was "triggered" after losing another debate with me
--
"Donald Trump accepted the Republican nomination Thursday July 22nd."
"ISIS claimed responsibility". - J. P. Shanley
Ubiquitous
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The official schedule for the President issued Tuesday night included "Normay" instead of "Norway."
White House Corrects DACA Meeting Transcript
CNN Politics - January 10, 2018
-- http://www.cnn.com/2018/01/10/politics/white-house-transcript-corrected-daca-donald-trump/index.html
This is nothing new. It started with Trump's OFFICIAL Inauguration Poster.
http://thehill.com/blogs/blog-briefing-room/news/319170-trumps-official-inauguration-poster-has-glaring-typo
They also misspelled the name of the doctor that just examined Trump.
The supposed report on Trump's health was signed "Ronnie", while the
actual physician spells it "Ronny".
Or are we supposed to believe that the doctor forgot HOW TO SPELL HIS
OWN NAME, for fuck's sake! They couldn't even fake a medial report
correctly.
Desperate, much?
Do let us know when you find a legitimate complaint.
Well, someone certainly is butthurt about me!
Looks like someone was "triggered" after losing another debate with me
In other words, you are unable to come up with any.

Deflection noted.
Nonresponse noted.
Nonsequitur noted.

Get back to us when you have a real argument to make.
FPP
2018-01-14 14:40:03 UTC
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The official schedule for the President issued Tuesday night included "Normay" instead of "Norway."
White House Corrects DACA Meeting Transcript
CNN Politics - January 10, 2018
-- http://www.cnn.com/2018/01/10/politics/white-house-transcript-corrected-daca-donald-trump/index.html
This is nothing new. It started with Trump's OFFICIAL Inauguration Poster.
http://thehill.com/blogs/blog-briefing-room/news/319170-trumps-official-inauguration-poster-has-glaring-typo
They also misspelled the name of the doctor that just examined Trump.
The supposed report on Trump's health was signed "Ronnie", while the
actual physician spells it "Ronny".
Or are we supposed to believe that the doctor forgot HOW TO SPELL HIS
OWN NAME, for fuck's sake! They couldn't even fake a medial report
correctly.
Desperate, much?
Do let us know when you find a legitimate complaint.
Well, someone certainly is butthurt about me!
Looks like someone was "triggered" after losing another debate with me
In other words, you are unable to come up with any.
Deflection noted.
Nonresponse noted.
Nonsequitur noted.
Get back to us when you have a real argument to make.
"A hit dog always hollers..."
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"Donald Trump accepted the Republican nomination Thursday July 22nd."
"ISIS claimed responsibility". - J. P. Shanley
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The official schedule for the President issued Tuesday night included
"Normay" instead of "Norway."
White House Corrects DACA Meeting Transcript
CNN Politics - January 10, 2018
-- http://www.cnn.com/2018/01/10/politics/white-house-transcript-
corrected-daca-donald-trump/index.html
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This is nothing new. It started with Trump's OFFICIAL Inauguration Poster.
http://thehill.com/blogs/blog-briefing-room/news/319170-trumps-
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They also misspelled the name of the doctor that just examined Trump.
The supposed report on Trump's health was signed "Ronnie", while the
actual physician spells it "Ronny".
Or are we supposed to believe that the doctor forgot HOW TO SPELL HIS
OWN NAME, for fuck's sake! They couldn't even fake a medial report
correctly.
Desperate, much?
Do let us know when you find a legitimate complaint.
Well, someone certainly is butthurt about me!
Looks like someone was "triggered" after losing another debate with me
In other words, you are unable to come up with any.
Deflection noted.
Nonresponse noted.
Nonsequitur noted.
Get back to us when you have a real argument to make.
"A hit dog always hollers..."
You certainly do!
FPP
2018-01-16 01:33:17 UTC
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The official schedule for the President issued Tuesday night included
"Normay" instead of "Norway."
White House Corrects DACA Meeting Transcript
CNN Politics - January 10, 2018
-- http://www.cnn.com/2018/01/10/politics/white-house-transcript-
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This is nothing new. It started with Trump's OFFICIAL Inauguration Poster.
http://thehill.com/blogs/blog-briefing-room/news/319170-trumps-
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They also misspelled the name of the doctor that just examined Trump.
The supposed report on Trump's health was signed "Ronnie", while the
actual physician spells it "Ronny".
Or are we supposed to believe that the doctor forgot HOW TO SPELL HIS
OWN NAME, for fuck's sake! They couldn't even fake a medial report
correctly.
Desperate, much?
Do let us know when you find a legitimate complaint.
Well, someone certainly is butthurt about me!
Looks like someone was "triggered" after losing another debate with me
In other words, you are unable to come up with any.
Deflection noted.
Nonresponse noted.
Nonsequitur noted.
Get back to us when you have a real argument to make.
"A hit dog always hollers..."
You certainly do!
Uh-oh! Looks like someone was "triggered" after losing another debate
with me!
QED. Thanks for making my point.
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So... Trumpcare dead, defeated. Flynn resigns, shamed. (Kellyanne)
ConJob marginalized. Giuliani, Christie vanish. This Milo (Yiannopoulos)
kid loses book, job. CPAC expels (Richard) Spencer. WHO's winning?
-Keith Olbermann
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The official schedule for the President issued Tuesday night included
"Normay" instead of "Norway."
White House Corrects DACA Meeting Transcript
CNN Politics - January 10, 2018
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This is nothing new. It started with Trump's OFFICIAL Inauguration Poster.
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They also misspelled the name of the doctor that just examined Trump.
The supposed report on Trump's health was signed "Ronnie", while the
actual physician spells it "Ronny".
Or are we supposed to believe that the doctor forgot HOW TO SPELL HIS
OWN NAME, for fuck's sake! They couldn't even fake a medial report
correctly.
Desperate, much?
Do let us know when you find a legitimate complaint.
Well, someone certainly is butthurt about me!
Looks like someone was "triggered" after losing another debate with me
In other words, you are unable to come up with any.
Deflection noted.
Nonresponse noted.
Nonsequitur noted.
Get back to us when you have a real argument to make.
"A hit dog always hollers..."
You certainly do!
You don't deny that you just DID !!

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The official schedule for the President issued Tuesday night included "Normay" instead of "Norway."
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#FakeNews
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2018-01-14 10:19:16 UTC
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The official schedule for the President issued Tuesday night included "Normay" instead of "Norway."
White House Corrects DACA Meeting Transcript
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Come on, you know they said "Normay" because Norway is really a shithole.
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On Sat, 13 Jan 2018 18:58:05 -0800 (PST), "NC Judge Sam Ervin iv,
Well, that's OK because Kipling spelled it "Norroway."
Jefferson called the Barbary Pirates "musselmen"
because that's what "moslem" sounded like to the
colloquial ear at the time.
Norway is actually "Norge" - the fridge was named
after it. It's pronounced sort of like "Norr-Gee".
Denmark is actually "Danmark" populated by 'Dansk' ...
and don't even TRY to pronounce 'Copehagen' properly :-)
And Arab, Chinese, African place/person names ...
we don't even come close, just rough phonetics
in the tradition of 'musselmen'. I think we're on
our third or fourth 'official' way to say "Bejing" in
just the past 50 years ............
Really? Really? Trump clearly is trying to promote Norway above all (for whatever reason). Then, right at THAT moment, he misspells the place's name?

Keep hittin' them outta the park, B1ack.
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