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#80 - I'll put it this way. I used to work at a restaurant with a 70… 08/20/2016 on Hillary's health continued +3
#77 - There is no proof that he's doing very well. All we know is th… 08/20/2016 on Hillary's health continued +3
#71 - 1) Hillary is damn near 70, so these "health issues"…  [+] (7 new replies) 08/20/2016 on Hillary's health continued -6
#140 - gimpyphd (08/20/2016) [-]
>siezures won't affect her judgement
HA
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#104 - neoexdeath (08/20/2016) [-]
I just want to point out that after that thing with the intern, its no miracle she opposes the guy.
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#97 - syntheticdoll (08/20/2016) [-]
agree with 2), everyone slips up sometimes.
But about her other problems. Yes, they seem like small seizures she can control but they are said to be triggered by stress which she will experience a lot during presidency and who knows if they will get worse as time goes on. A preexisting condition can escalate to serious problems much faster than something that didn't even developed yet.
I'm not saying Trump is better in this case, he looks apparently heatlhier, ofc he still could have something he can hide but still, public seizures are just... not really what you want to see from the person who wants to lead your country.
#101 - anon (08/20/2016) [-]
they seem like small seizures when played in a loop..

"they say they are braught on by stress" who is 'they' and what are they speculating this based on. her opponents is who and nothing is their evidence.

I hate her, but this medical shit is bull. we need to get back to policy debates
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#76 - arkamedies (08/20/2016) [-]
Trump IS 70 and doing very, very well. really makes you think
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#80 - howunexpected (08/20/2016) [-]
I'll put it this way. I used to work at a restaurant with a 70 year old woman. She had grown up incredibly healthy. In a lot of ways she had perfect genetics.She nothing in her medical diagnoses to show any issues when she was younger. She worked out daily, ate healthy, and drank a single glass of red wine a day, that was it excepting special occasions. Her health was her obsession.
However, she still complained of joint pains, maybe from all the working out, her bones lost density and she had to cut down on her work outs, and her hearing and mind began so slow. She was perfectly lucid, just not as... aware I guess.
All these things were clear, and one time I asked her about how she was feeling that day, as she had been harder to direct (I was the host, telling her which tables to take). She ended up telling me that, in a conversation with her doctor, she found out that she just couldn't keep going, mentally, as she had been. Even after all her precautions, she was still going downhill.
Now, take that and look at Trump. He doesn't avidly work out, he isn't extremely concerned about his health, and he isn't limiting himself to the more healthful alcohols. He, very simply, is doing TOO well for a man in his 70th year. I believe that he is suffering from a health issue or too, maybe not even anything too serious. I think the fact that he is, in view of the public, doing so well, belies a few issues below the surface that he believes would effect his voters opinion on his ability to govern, or would undermine his attacks on Hillary about her health.
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#77 - howunexpected (08/20/2016) [-]
There is no proof that he's doing very well. All we know is that it appears he is doing well.
#31 - Wouldn't a movie theater with screens in the bathroom just lea…  [+] (1 new reply) 08/12/2016 on Still Waiting for these: -1
#55 - skebaba (08/12/2016) [-]
Except you need a code from the ticket to enter.
#21 - On the subject of the Joker, how do we feel about Jared Leto a…  [+] (14 new replies) 08/12/2016 on The Joker +2
#59 - LoveAmorAi (08/13/2016) [-]
I know that HQ and Mistah J were not like comics at all, and very against actual Suicide Squad comic, but I loved the relationship. Very much a fan of Leto.

He is not like Heath, but, he does a different version. He had pretty decent aspects of comic Joker, and his look which people bitch about is based off of Batman RIP. (Not the tattoos, but...) I wanted more of their story...but I am a romantic <3
#44 - mondominiman (08/12/2016) [-]
I remember reading somewhere on here where a user said it's best not to compare them to each other, each actor plays a different version of the Joker. You have Romero who played it as a clown with evil intentions I haven't seen this one so I can't back it up , Nicholson who played a more gangster joker, Ledger who played a psychotic joker and finally Leto who does a more "insane" joker. You can't exactly compare him to the comic versions also because there have been so many different series done by different writers who put their own twists on him.
#45 - silentpaper (08/12/2016) [-]
what you can do is compare them in quality though.
#46 - mondominiman (08/12/2016) [-]
Best Joker
#47 - silentpaper (08/12/2016) [-]
my personal favorite
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#48 - mondominiman (08/12/2016) [-]
Is that were he just got done giving Hulk a blowey joey
#49 - silentpaper (08/12/2016) [-]
i think it was shrek, but yeah
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#34 - silentpaper (08/12/2016) [-]
comparing him to heath ledger because they were the 2 most recent ones , heath ledger was much more authentic. not even comparing the 2 different styles of "jokers" they were, heath ledger was just a much better actor. you could see jared leto straining horribly to try to convince the audience of his insanity the entire time, where heath ledger just felt so natural. his acting was actually believable and pretty subtle and detailed. he added in a bunch of ticks and other nuances to convince the audience of his insanity, never straining.
on their portrayal of the joker, heath ledger also has the upper hand. even though neither of them were meant as literal interpretations of the character, heath ledger got the spirit of the character down perfectly. you could never figure out what his methods were going to be, but youknew his motive- to tear the world apart and make the best of the best just as insane as he was.
jared leto was an edgelord preteen punk heartthrob. the scene with him and harley in the tub of paint ? made me cringe harder than the twilight movies ever did.
all in all, jared leto was by far the worst part of suicide squad, which i surprisingly actually enjoyed a lot.
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#32 - lordsepulchure (08/12/2016) [-]
Not as good as Ledger obviously, but he is good enough imo.
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#31 - colourandshape (08/12/2016) [-]
He shouldn't have been named Joker, maybe like a wannabe joker or something because he looked really dumb. His look mixed with the lore of Joker just doesn't make sense to me.
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#42 - gloriousthighs (08/12/2016) [-]
That's very likely a twist that's yet to be revealed. If he is the real joker then those movies are doomed even further.
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#26 - SweetJesus (08/12/2016) [-]
My opinion is he's pretty fucking DUMB. All them tattoos and shit are SHIT. Jared probably tried a little too hard to be crazy.
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#38 - rockamekishiko (08/12/2016) [-]
Probably? That shit was fucking cringey
#310 - "He's not in someones pocket" Just because he is…  [+] (1 new reply) 08/11/2016 on Trumper Comp7 -1
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#311 - luftvaffel (08/11/2016) [-]
Alright, let me rephrase my previous statement.

At least it's not obvious if he is in someone's pocket, unlike Hillary.
#271 - You obviously have a core misconception on the landscape of Am…  [+] (1 new reply) 08/10/2016 on Trumper Comp7 -1
#280 - failflyer (08/10/2016) [-]
Care to explain what that misconception is? Oh wait, you can't. Instead of a rebuttal you just try an insult instead. You aren't worth dealing with.
#211 - The damage? Unless she sleepwalks into launching nuclear weapo…  [+] (3 new replies) 08/10/2016 on Trumper Comp7 -1
#262 - failflyer (08/10/2016) [-]
Out of all the candidates running in both parties Hillary had the second most aggressive foreign policy. She was only beaten by Lindsay Graham, who tried to give the president unlimited war powers, and they were neck and neck. The only "war" Trump might get us in is a trade war with China, and even that is unlikely. Hillary, even without any health complications, is far more likely to get us into a war with Russia and loves destabilizing interventions in the Middle East.

"The damage" I was referring to involves how people would be able to manipulate her. For example, being convinced by Mahmoud Jibril that he can control the intense tribalism in Libya and that the US can totally kill Ghaddafi without any negative consequences or migrant crisis whatsoever. Not only will she be open to bribes from foreign governments, but any yahoo that catches her ear. That is the danger.

Honestly, neither candidate is going to put the average American in harm's way during their presidency. Hillary will raise tensions with Russia, and Trump with China. The only shooting wars will be in the Middle East, and Hillary definitely will create more of those.

Also: I rate your Trump Strawman 3/10
The unhinged warmonger is a nice change of pace from the unapologetic racist that has been dominating the media landscape. Although, it was retired for a reason. It's so wrong that it couldn't even be a strawman anymore.
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#271 - howunexpected (08/10/2016) [-]
You obviously have a core misconception on the landscape of American politics, and until you fix that you seriously need to avoid political discourse.
#280 - failflyer (08/10/2016) [-]
Care to explain what that misconception is? Oh wait, you can't. Instead of a rebuttal you just try an insult instead. You aren't worth dealing with.
#207 - Just because she may have health issues doesn't mean she's inc…  [+] (3 new replies) 08/10/2016 on Trumper Comp7 -2
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#276 - luftvaffel (08/10/2016) [-]
I'd rather see Trump win, at least he's not in someone's pocket.

But I don't even live in the states so I can't say I care that much.
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#310 - howunexpected (08/11/2016) [-]
"He's not in someones pocket"
Just because he is self financing doesn't mean that the myriad business connections he's made during the last 50 or so years won't influence the fuck out of his decisions. Nobody is without debt, and at least we can track Hillarys loyalties through her campaign donations. Trumps loyalties and debts are largely inaccessable
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#311 - luftvaffel (08/11/2016) [-]
Alright, let me rephrase my previous statement.

At least it's not obvious if he is in someone's pocket, unlike Hillary.
#79 - Just like passing out in times of stress would be an issue, bu…  [+] (6 new replies) 08/10/2016 on Trumper Comp7 +4
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#167 - themanwithavoice (08/10/2016) [-]
Of course JFK would pass out during times of stress, the man had to deal with the Cuban Missile Crisis.
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#141 - luftvaffel (08/10/2016) [-]
Just because the mistake has been made before, that doesn't mean we should repeat it.
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#207 - howunexpected (08/10/2016) [-]
Just because she may have health issues doesn't mean she's incapable of running the country. Would you rather the 68 woman (women statistically live longer) who's been trained for years to run the country, with a competent VP under her, or the 70 year old business inheritor and lucky investor who eats KFC and steaks all the time, has a statistically low life expectancy, with a Tea Party hard-righter as his VP?
Trump HAS to have health issues. His father suffered Alzheimers for 6 years before he died in 99. There is no readily available information on his mother before she died.
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#276 - luftvaffel (08/10/2016) [-]
I'd rather see Trump win, at least he's not in someone's pocket.

But I don't even live in the states so I can't say I care that much.
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#310 - howunexpected (08/11/2016) [-]
"He's not in someones pocket"
Just because he is self financing doesn't mean that the myriad business connections he's made during the last 50 or so years won't influence the fuck out of his decisions. Nobody is without debt, and at least we can track Hillarys loyalties through her campaign donations. Trumps loyalties and debts are largely inaccessable
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#311 - luftvaffel (08/11/2016) [-]
Alright, let me rephrase my previous statement.

At least it's not obvious if he is in someone's pocket, unlike Hillary.