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  • I see another drunken brawl on the horizon. LOL

    Hold the Champagne — Bristol Palin's fiancé appears to already be married.

    Documents emerged Friday revealing that the 24-year-old's Medal of Honor recipient Marine was hitched to a Michigan woman in 2008.

    Sgt. Dakota Meyer, who in 2009 was awarded the highest military honor for his heroism in Afghanistan, exchanged vows with Cassandra Wain, 21, of Michigan in Campsbellville, Ky. at the age of 19, a marriage license obtained by Radar Online shows.

    While that much appears to be true, what remains unclear is whether the couple has since officially divorced.

    Requests for comment from Palin's team were not immediately returned to the Daily News.

    In March, the former vice presidential candidate's daughter announced her engagement to the Kentucky native while showcasing a large, sparkly rock on her finger

  • tigersnumberone962 tigersnumberone962 May 19, 2015 12:32 PM Flag

    That's just based on age. That doesn't even figure out how many of the clowns will shoot themselves with their own guns and each other.

  • tigersnumberone962 by tigersnumberone962 Jul 11, 2015 9:00 AM Flag

    This coming Wednesday, July 15, is Amazon Prime day. There will be tons of great special offers for Prime members with more deals than Black Friday. If you're not a Prime Member already, I would suggest you become a prime member real quick.

  • tigersnumberone962 tigersnumberone962 Jul 9, 2015 9:05 AM Flag

    I would think that even a republican sheep with a shred of decency would have to admit this is very disgusting. Here we have vets who have had their lives ruined with brain injuries, blown off limbs and a host of other injuries that have made their life a hell and the guy who is the reason they are in this condition because he sent them into a NEEDLESS, ILLEGAL war is taking money out of their pockets. Jeb Bush is cut from the same cloth.

  • tigersnumberone962 tigersnumberone962 May 17, 2015 12:01 PM Flag

    I'm sure Mitt Romney would be very proud of the young man though, collecting wives like young boys collect baseball cards.

  • tigersnumberone962 tigersnumberone962 May 21, 2015 12:17 PM Flag

    Lesson to be learned for investors. Never invest in a dying company. Trying to convince oneself that WMT has a future because Cooter, Cletus, Eunice, Ruth Ann, Eleanor, Vickie Sue, Billy Bob, Sally Ann and Sandra Sue from your trailer park all shop at WMT is a sure way to poverty.

  • tigersnumberone962 tigersnumberone962 Jun 20, 2015 10:33 AM Flag

    Hey, the southerners are very proud of taking second place in the Civil War.

  • tigersnumberone962 by tigersnumberone962 Jul 8, 2015 11:34 AM Flag

    I guess they hired Joe the Unlicensed plumber to do the original work. Hey, he was cheap.

  • He's bringing the entire republican party down, all by himself. LOL

  • The right wing segment in Iran is very upset with the nuclear deal reached because it takes power away from them. Right wing Iranians and right wing republicans. One in the same.

  • In the two days of trading since the big Amazon Prime Day and WMT's feeble attempt to play copy cat and counter it, here are results for the two stocks.

    AMZN +$21.82
    WMT -$0.26

    That my friends is what you call an ultra embarrassment if you're a WMT pumper. Lesson learned. Never take on somebody who you can never compete with. Maybe WMT should get into giving shoe shines at the street corner of every store. Doesn't seem to be much competition there and they may be able to hold their own with nobody to compete against.

  • tigersnumberone962 by tigersnumberone962 Jul 20, 2015 10:55 AM Flag

    More Taxable Wealth Is is produced in New York City alone, than In 25 Red States Combined.

  • Reply to

    SO HILLARY PROMISES TO RAISE TAXES

    by hammer_down99 Jul 26, 2015 2:54 PM
    tigersnumberone962 tigersnumberone962 Jul 26, 2015 9:39 PM Flag

    Actually, Hillary's plan is quite good and fair. It raises taxes on short term capital gains but only for people with over $400,000 in income. Gives the little guy a chance to build up a retirement nest egg. What a pleasant change of pace. She wants to give the average Joe a break instead of the very wealthy getting all the breaks as we've come to expect, thanks to republicans. I think she deserves a big round of applause.

  • People listed as part of the “Veterans for Trump coalition” formed by Trump following his incendiary comments about McCain’s war record have denied they are part of the group, the Guardian has learned.

    “I don’t know anything about it,” said Ernie Fusi, an 88-year-old second world war veteran from Atkinson, NH. His name was among 51 “Veterans for Trump” whose details were sent out to the media and listed on Trump’s website.

    “I haven’t told anyone I want to get in on that,” Fusi said. “I’m not going to do any campaigning.”

    Fusi said he was a Republican voter, although he had not gone to any meetings or speeches in this election cycle. He said he would not vote in the primary but would vote for whichever GOP candidate ran in the presidential election. He was unhappy about being named as a coalition member.

    “I don’t like it,” he said. “’Cause I haven’t given anyone permission to send my name around.”

    Donald Richards, a veteran based in Laconia, NH, was also named on the list of Veterans for Trump members along with his wife, Connie Richards. He said neither had signed up for the group.

    “I’m not a member of the campaign, no,” he said. “I have no connection any more than anybody else does to him.”

    Richards said he had neither pledged his support to Trump in the primary – as Trump’s campaign had claimed – nor would he be “advocating” for the presidential hopeful.

    “I’m not walking around with a sign saying ‘I’m voting for Trump’,” he said. “I’m not doing that. I’m just a regular citizen who hasn’t made up his mind yet who I’m voting for.”

    “The only connection I can think of is that they rented a facility that I happen to be in charge of,” he said.

    Trump has been accused of paying actors to cheer for him at his campaign launch on 16 June.

  • tigersnumberone962 tigersnumberone962 Jul 27, 2015 4:33 PM Flag

    AMZN stock up again today and also up in after hours. Buying WMT stock in the stage of their lifecycle that they're in today is like buying an 8 track tape player and thinking you've got state of the are technology. What's bad is not only that WMT is reactionary but they're very bad at it. AMZN is pounding them into the ground and then making them dig their own grave.

  • tigersnumberone962 tigersnumberone962 Jul 27, 2015 9:09 PM Flag

    I'll never forget when shep, 'The Oracle of the South', in November of 2008 was on this board on a daily basis trying to convince people that AMZN was extremely over priced at $38 a share and explaining that WMT was a great value at $56 a share. Here we are in 2015 and AMZN is $531 per share and WMT is $71 a share. Little wonder why the average investor never makes money and you throw the southern part into the equation and they never stand a chance.

  • with tons of unfinished business left on their plate. Oh well, what's more important, taking care of the country or another long long vacation. Obviously, vacation for the republicans.

  • tigersnumberone962 by tigersnumberone962 May 12, 2015 12:47 PM Flag

    Former Rep. Allen West (R-Florida) apparently made an embarrassing error after he couldn't buy alcohol from a particular Walmart cashier in Dallas, Texas.

    In a since-updated blog post on his site, the conservative firebrand suggested on Monday that he wasn't allow to purchase booze from the employee because the cashier was Muslim and the store had adopted "Sharia law." (The Islamic religion prohibits alcohol consumption.)

    "There was a young man doing the checkout and another Walmart employee came over and put up a sign, 'No alcohol products in this lane' So being the inquisitive fella I am, I used my additional set of eyes — glasses — to see the young checkout man’s name. Let me just say it was NOT 'Steve,'" West wrote.

    He then used the incident to lament that Christians are being forced to violate their faith by serving same-sex weddings.

    "Imagine that, this employee at Walmart refused to just scan a bottle or container of an alcoholic beverage — and that is acceptable," he continued. "A Christian business owner declines to participate or provide service to a specific event — a gay wedding — which contradicts their faith, and the State crushes them."

    However, it turns out that the cashier was just too young to sell alcohol under store policy. West's post was subsequently updated with an "EDITOR's NOTE" to explain the snafu.

  • tigersnumberone962 tigersnumberone962 May 11, 2015 4:26 PM Flag

    Yet, I'll bet the republican sheep still don't have a clue as to why Karl Rove is telling the republican politicians to quit being stupid and stop bashing and trying to repeal Obamacare. The republican politicians have it so ingrained in the sheep's tiny tiny brains that Obamacare is a bad thing that they can't fathom now why it is such a good thing. Its like the gay issue. They pounded into their heads for so many years that being gay was anti religious and anti American that now that American's views on LBGT's has changed, the sheep can't imagine the real world being any other way than what they are taught. That proves the dangers of a political party, in this case the republicans, hanging their entire future on the lowest of low IQ people. Now they're stuck in the position of supporting what they've told their supporters for years was wrong and losing the idiot vote and at the same time not picking up any new voters because they've seen how ridiculous the republican politicians have been for years and know that the only reason they're changing their tune now is because they're desperate to try anything to save their political hide. Republicans have put themselves in the greatest catch 22 of all time. I can't speak for anyone else but I know I'm sure enjoying the show. LOL

  • Its rumored that David Koch may join the run for the republican presidential nomination. The Koch brothers figured out if they eliminate the middle men (the republican politicians they buy), they can save a whole lot of money by just buying the office for themselves.

    Meanwhile, an update on the GOP clown car of presidential candidates. The clown car is no longer viable. They're going to have to purchase a fleet of buses to hold all the clowns.

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