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ktchong last won the day on July 6 2015

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  1. Donald Trump went on the TV to do a press conference and whined about Georgia for ten minutes, which could only mean one thing...
  2. I remember millennial progressives gave a nickname to Kamala Harris during the primary: "AWFUL EVERYTHING" Kamala is basically a Clinton surrogate. Her campaign staff in the primary were basically the Clinton people. Hillary personally pulled strings for her during the primary. The midwest states HATE the Clintons, and when they realize Kamala got to be Biden's running mate due to some intense power play and string pulling by the Clintons who still control the DNC, Biden + Kamala and Democrats will lose the "Blue Wall" states. This time, permanently. Tulsi owning Kamala duri
  3. WhatsApp (the American app) is way more intrusive than WeChat (the Chinese app.) I have been using WeChat (to make free international calls) and avoiding WhatsApp due to WhatsApp being owned by -- and sharing data with -- Facebook. Now, I am being forced to switch to WhatsApp from WeChat in anticipation of the Trump ban in 45 days. So, after I had installed WhatsApp, it refused to let me manually add contacts unless I allowed it to scan my phone contacts... which it would share with Facebook. I refused to let WhatsApp/Facebook to scan my phone or contacts, so I have to tell my friend
  4. China wants Trump to win the November election. I have been saying this for a long time, (since last year,) and those "analysts" and "pundits" have finally caught up: Links: https://www.theatlantic.com/international/archive/2020/07/why-china-wants-donald-trump-win/613864/ https://www.cnbc.com/2020/07/27/a-trump-second-term-could-give-china-an-advantage-analyst-says.html Simply put: Anti-China is now the official foreign policy of the USA and will continue, regardless of who becomes the President and is in charge. Like the Cold War with the USSR, it did not matter if t
  5. P.S. I will still be voting for Trump, if I even go out to vote at all. I will definitely NOT vote for Biden. I mean, that was the reason why people voted for Trump in 2016, wasn't it? To burn down the the system, and then just watch everything burn. I know that, if I actually vote, I will vote for Trump, not because I agree with him or even Republicans, (i.e., I'm a self-proclaimed socialist;) but because I want to accelerate the demise of the current system in America. Bernie and Tulsi had the right ideas, but they were WEAK, and they have bent the knees to the "Republican Lit
  6. Source: CNBC: How the eviction crisis across the U.S. will look, July 17, 2020 With the notable exception of NY, seems that the states that will be hit the hardest by the eviction → homeless crisis are mostly red states: WV (59%), KY (58%), TN (58%), MS (55%), FL (51%), etc. Seems like Trump and Republicans have abandoned their own states. The worse news for those red states is: their COVID 19 crisis is about to worsen with record-breaking infection and death rates. So, there will not be any relief coming anything soon for those red states and about half of all their renter populat
  7. When the coronavirus reaches its escape velocity in America, that also means that: even if Americans finally wear face masks and practice social distancing, the infection and death rates will still continue to grow. And do not hope for "herd immunity" because it ain't coming. The antibody -- the natural immunity someone's body develops if and when he survives the coronavirus -- for COVID 19 only lasts for about three to six months. Which means, people who have had COVID 19 will be susceptible to reinfections in about three to six months. The coronavirus will not "magically disappear
  8. Apparently America is very near the “escape velocity” of the coronavirus. Escape velocity is the velocity at which a rocket must reach to be able to escape the gravity pull of the planet. So, when a virus reaches its “escape velocity”, that means that even if the federal government is finally willing to implements a draconian lockdown/shutdown for the entire country at that point, coronavirus infections and deaths will still continue to grow and not subside. Basically, at the point there is nothing the federal or state government will be able to do to put the virus under country… the
  9. Here is a little bit of "fun" news: Steve Crowder lost a debate to a black man on his own live stream. Crowder has since removed the video from his channel, and he has been trying to copyright-strike anyone who reposted the video in which he got his arse handed to him. However, too many other people had recorded the live stream -- and they are now sharing it. The fun part of the live stream was: when Steve Crowder lost a debate to a black man... he immediately resorted to trying to call a cop on the black man. So, in a sense, he cried for mommy when he got his arse hande
  10. "This isn't Idiocracy. It's like 5 generations of inbreeding and alcohol fetal syndrome later."
  11. The antibody likely lasted less than 4-5 months. The antibody had likely expired sooner, but I did not catch COVID 19 again immediately after I had lost the immunity.
  12. I went to a Chinese New Year Festival (a street celebration/parade thingy) at around the end of January. Got sick with flu-like symptoms for almost three whole weeks in February. At the time, I did not know what it was. Tested in April and May for COVID 19, and did not have it. Tested in around early-mid June for anti-body, and I had it, which meant I must have gotten COVID 19 in January/February and developed the immunity for it. Didn't get sick between March to early July, and I went out every other day or every third day (though I always wear a mask and gloves.... oka
  13. From my "The Age of MAGA" music collection...
  14. I tried the first Desperados. I hated it. It was essentially a trial-and-error puzzle game. There was a certain way to solve a puzzle, and you kept trying different ways until you found that right way to solve a puzzle and get passed an obstacle, and then you moved on to the next puzzle.
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