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Old January 5th, 2018, 05:27 PM   #1
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"“My credibility is being questioned by a man who has less credibility than, perhaps, anyone who has ever walked on earth at this point,” Wolff said."

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Old January 5th, 2018, 05:32 PM   #2
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His insanity is quite apparent, as he is quite the loon. AND YOU FELL FOR IT!

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Old January 5th, 2018, 06:50 PM   #3
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You can usually discredit anyone when they make all inclusive statements such as “everyone” on the US president's staff gave the same description of Mr Trump – “they all say he is like a child”.

In my experience large groups rarely say the same thing or have exactly the same opinion.

Conclusion: Wolfe is prone to exaggeration and everything he says can be discounted.
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Old January 5th, 2018, 07:03 PM   #4
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You can usually discredit anyone when they make all inclusive statements such as “everyone” on the US president's staff gave the same description of Mr Trump – “they all say he is like a child”.

In my experience large groups rarely say the same thing or have exactly the same opinion.

Conclusion: Wolfe is prone to exaggeration and everything he says can be discounted.
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Old January 6th, 2018, 04:34 AM   #5
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Since Mr Trump consistently behaves like a spoilt, bullying child, it would be very surprising if all those who had to do with him didn't notice, surely?
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Old January 6th, 2018, 04:51 AM   #6
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Since Mr Trump consistently behaves like a spoilt, bullying child, it would be very surprising if all those who had to do with him didn't notice, surely?
I have had bosses I did not particularly care for. However, I never discussed it with people who worked outside of the office except my wife. I generally did not even discuss it with my co-workers. Most people have enough sense not to publicly denounce their boss. It is very likely to come back and bite you in the ass.

You have a press person walking around the White House. He talks to every one of the staff. Every one of the staff says the same thing. Ain't going to happen.

Believing something and actually discussing it with an outsider are two very different things. In addition, most of them deny they said it.

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Old January 6th, 2018, 05:23 AM   #7
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Since Mr Trump consistently behaves like a spoilt, bullying child, it would be very surprising if all those who had to do with him didn't notice, surely?
Well he must have quite the severe case of split personality then, as in private he is the way some have fallen for, and the rest of the time he is polar opposite.

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I have had bosses I did not particularly care for. However, I never discussed it with people who worked outside of the office except my wife. I generally did not even discuss it with my co-workers. Most people have enough sense not to publicly denounce their boss. It is very likely to come back and bite you in the ass.

You have a press person walking around the White House. He talks to every one of the staff. Every one of the staff says the same thing. Ain't going to happen.

Believing something and actually discussing it with an outsider are two very different things. In addition, most of them deny they said it.
Elected persons should be discussed with those who elect them, as should all boss-men, so that their total inadequacy should be widely known. Why join in our own brainwashing?
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Well he must have quite the severe case of split personality then, as in private he is the way some have fallen for, and the rest of the time he is polar opposite.

Eh? All I've ever heard is that he is a subnormal nutty richboy.
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Elected persons should be discussed with those who elect them, as should all boss-men, so that their total inadequacy should be widely known. Why join in our own brainwashing?
Having spent a few years in the work force, that attitude would last about five minutes before you were escorted out the door.
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Having spent a few years in the work force, that attitude would last about five minutes before you were escorted out the door.
Perhaps under McCarthyite tyranny. Not here.
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Perhaps under McCarthyite tyranny. Not here.
I exaggerated. It would not happen in five minutes. It might take a whole day.
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I exaggerated. It would not happen in five minutes. It might take a whole day.
In your case, there, half a second, doubtless. Not in a lifetime in my case, kiddiewinkie.
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In your case, there, half a second, doubtless. Not in a lifetime in my case, kiddiewinkie.
Then you are not working in nor have you worked in a high pressure job.
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Then you are not working in nor have you worked in a high pressure job.
The great trick is to be someone the thieves can't do without and to have a very strong union. Licking arses is something every peasant can do, so why bother?
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The great trick is to be someone the thieves can't do without and to have a very strong union. Licking arses is something every peasant can do, so why bother?
There are avenues available in most large organizations to handle real or perceived grievances. What you do not do is complain to a relative outsider. First of all, it is only likely to promote further discord and secondly, it is apt to get you fined.

As far as unions go, you generally do not have unions involved in management jobs.
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There are avenues available in most large organizations to handle real or perceived grievances. What you do not do is complain to a relative outsider. First of all, it is only likely to promote further discord and secondly, it is apt to get you fined.

As far as unions go, you generally do not have unions involved in management jobs.
To judge by all the reports of Trump's White house, all you have is knives for one another's backs, and incompetents easily sacked. Have a good day now!
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To judge by all the reports of Trump's White house, all you have is knives for one another's backs, and incompetents easily sacked. Have a good day now!
One good way to discount what someone says is when they use the word "all". Rarely do "all" say the same thing.

Enough said.
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Having spent a few years in the work force, that attitude would last about five minutes before you were escorted out the door.
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Old January 7th, 2018, 06:02 AM   #20
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To judge by all the reports of Trump's White house, all you have is knives for one another's backs, and incompetents easily sacked. Have a good day now!
Getcherself some better reports!
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