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Guess Who?....

Spend more time working-less time talking.

Is "tweeting" the same as "talking"?

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I think you have too much time on your hands

if something like this gets under your skin so much, JP......

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RE:too much time on your hands

It's not that I have too much time on my hands...it's just that I have a greater number of less important things to do than the POTUS elect has.

Another less important thing that I watch

Nothing quite like a good belly laugh.....

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The fake wrestling

gives me far more laughs.

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Well now that TheRUMP has brought the WWE to the US Gov

you can laugh at Rasslin' AND Governin'

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No, tried it, hate it

You can't develop a well thought and tweeted argument, it's worse than bumper sticker quotes, because it's just long enough to try and short enough to fail.

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