"Ja, maar, ik ben helemaal niet zo'n fan van Trump als jullie denken. Ik ben het ook heel vaak hartstikke oneens met die man."quote:Op donderdag 22 augustus 2019 20:28 schreef mcmlxiv het volgende:
Bottomline ben je dus een beetje masochistisch dat je hier steeds terug komt?
Ik zie namelijk een ander patroon.
1 een domme trump uiting
2 discussie over de mate van stupiditeit (wij)
3 een poging tot verdediging (jouw rol) van trump
4 een vraag om onderbouwing (wij)
5 stilzwijgen, aangevallen voelen, verongelijkt doen ( jouw tweede rol)
6 terug naar stap 1
Dus als je in het vervolg zaken een beetje onderbouwt dan kunnen we misschien best een echte inhoudelijke discussie voeren. Wat is bijvoorbeeld het briljante aan de Groenland move?
Kijk daar ga je al. Kennelijk is er een wij die allemaal bepaald gedrag vertonen. Ik hoor graag waar ik me bezondig aan dergelijk gedrag.quote:Op donderdag 22 augustus 2019 20:19 schreef Refragmental het volgende:
Zoals eerder gezegd heeft het helemaal niks met Trump te maken.
Wat schattiger is, is dat jullie allemaal pretenderen de "goeien" te zijn, maar vervolgens werkelijk de meest bizarre en ethisch meest failliete gedrag vertonen in dit topic. Dat is waar ik over val, jullie constante hypocriete gedrag en constante barrage aan persoonlijke aanvallen, wegpesten van andersdenkenden, iedereen die niet meedoet is een nazi. En dat al jarenlang.
Precies dit gedrag.quote:
quote:1. You mention that the Bible is your favorite book !!!
2. What are your favorite Bible verses ? - I don't want to get into it
3. The Bible means a lot to me
4. Are you a New or Old testament guy ? - Probably equal
5. The Bible is just incredible
6. The Bible is special
Wauw, hij heeft wel stappen gemaakt. Ik had gedacht dat "The art of the deal" zijn favoriete boek zou zijn.quote:
quote:Another redditor, a teacher, has a theory that fits this 14 thing perfectly. S/he dissected Trump's weird 4th of July bumblings and concluded.....
Spoiler: he’s not fully literate.
"So I'm pretty sure I know exactly what happened here. I haven't seen anyone else post about this, but as a teacher who works with struggling readers, I know that highly literate people (including most general-level teachers) have a hard time understanding how someone like this approaches written text, since for many of us reading comes so naturally. From my perspective it's pretty easy to see why Trump said this weird thing, given what we know about him.
Donald Trump does not read well. Like most of the students I work with, he avoids reading both because he wants to avoid being embarrassed, and because reading costs him a lot more mental energy than for proficient readers. We know from lots of different reports that his staff does not give him anything long or complex to read, because of this avoidance.
For this reason, when Trump does have to read something out loud, it is clear that he is not processing the meaning of what he is saying. For a struggling reader, all their concentration goes into pronouncing the words out loud, and simultaneously processing the meaning is very difficult. We see this when is giving a prepared speech and mispronounces a word in a way that makes no sense. A proficient reader would immediately stop and self-correct. Trump often doesn't, because he is not processing what he is saying. Other times I know I've heard him notice his mistake, but instead of correcting it, he covers it up with a bit of lame word-play, pretending that the mistake was intentional. I can't think of any specific examples of this, but I know I've heard him do it. (Edit) snatchi found some examples: "through their lives... and though their lives." "authority... and authoritarian powers." "They sacrifice every day for the furniture... and future of our children." It's Trump's go-to move when he misreads a word.
There are other times when he reacts to a line in his speech like he hasn't heard it before. He noticeably stops and inserts a comment of his own before going back to the reading. He does not know how to gracefully glide between reading and impromptu speaking, since reading is so unnatural for him.
Trump also has a relatively small vocabulary. Remember his remarks about "the oranges of the Mueller report." He was parroting something that he had heard before, but not having a firm grasp of the word "origins," he used a more familiar word instead, because that was how his mind remembered the word.
The speech he was giving made heavy use of language from "The Star Spangled Banner." For many struggling readers, this would be helpful, since it would rely on familiar chunks of language that would reduce the mental load of reading it. However, we've seen that Trump does not know the words to the anthem. He has tried and failed to sing along with it but couldn't fake it very well. Keeping all that in mind, let's look at what he said:
Our army manned the air, it rammed the ramparts, it took over the airports, it did everything it had to do, and at Fort McHenry, under the rockets’ red glare, it had nothing but victory. Based on my experience, here's what I think happened, step by step.
Our army manned the air
Here I think it's likely that Trump skipped a line on his teleprompter. The line was probably "manned the ramparts," and later on I'm guessing there was a reference to "bombs bursting in air." We all do this sometimes, but struggling readers do it a whole lot more. And furthermore, when a proficient reader makes this mistake they can quickly self-correct, but someone like Trump, who is not totally processing the meaning of what he is reading, can get totally derailed when they do this.
it rammed the ramparts
Trump seems to have noticed that "manned the air" was a mistake, and he went back to do the line over. But he got "manned" and "ramparts" mixed up, so it came out as "rammed." But he's immediately fallen into another pit: the word "ramparts." He doesn't know what it means. It's a very uncommon word that most Americans only know from this line in "The Star Spangled Banner." Trump, however, doesn't even know that, since he has never learned the words to the song. So I think that at this point, already a little flustered from covering up his last mistake, he thinks he has mis-read another word. "Ramparts?" I must have misread something, he thinks to himself. it took over the airports.
This is a repair strategy that Trump has used in the past. Mess up a word? Pretend it was the first in a sequence of rhyming or similar words and carry on from there. What's a word he knows that sounds like ramparts? Airports. And "air" was already on his mind from just before, when he accidentally read "manned the air." So they manned the ramparts, they took over the airports. He's hoping that nobody will notice. It's worked before.
it did everything it had to do
This sounds like an impromptu comment that he inserted into the written text. It uses the simple and non-specific language that he is known for in his impromptu speeches. The comment bought him a second where he could find his place after getting completely lost before.
and at Fort McHenry, under the rockets’ red glare, it had nothing but victory.
And now he's found his place again. He's back to the written speech that uses lines from "The Star Spangled Banner." He might not even realize how ridiculous his last few sentences have sounded, since again, he's not really able to process the meaning of what he is saying.
My kiddos who are in this situation have a hard time. I and their other teachers have to work really hard to help them learn strategies to overcome these difficulties with the way they process written text. It requires just as much hard work on the kids' part. I strongly suspect that Donald Trump never went through this process and remains in a not fully literate state. Usually we're afraid that someone who graduates with this level of reading ability will have very limited career prospects in the future."
Als the Chosen One gaan beiden boeken natuurlijk over Trump's legacyquote:
twitter:kylegriffin1 twitterde op donderdag 22-08-2019 om 21:40:02 New. Rep. Brad Schneider is calling for an impeachment inquiry against Trump."The President has disregarded our Constitution by welcoming foreign interference in our election and attempting to block investigations and legitimate Congressional oversight." https://t.co/LVS081tkfm reageer retweet
De teller staat inmiddels op 135: Who supports impeachment?twitter:kylegriffin1 twitterde op donderdag 22-08-2019 om 23:15:14 New. Democratic Rep. Mark Takano: "Today, with solemnity, in accordance with the fundamental duties outlined for me, a Member of Congress, in Article I of the Constitution, I am announcing my support for formally launching impeachment proceedings against President Donald Trump." https://t.co/711pDCWGH5 reageer retweet
Trump claimt dus dat de artsen hun scalpels lieten vallen en uit de operatiekamer liepen om hem een hand te geven, het werd daarom zo druk dat je niet eens meer rond kon lopen.quote:Q What are you hearing from them about what they want from guns laws?
THE PRESIDENT: I will tell you this: I went to the hospitals. It was totally falsely reported. There were beautiful, beautiful, very sad, you know, horrible moments. But there were beautiful moments, in the sense that these people — the families and also the people that were so badly injured that I was with — they love our country.
Q But what to do they want in terms of gun laws?
THE PRESIDENT: And, frankly, do you want to know the truth? They love their President.
Q What do they want in gun laws?
THE PRESIDENT: And nobody wrote that. Nobody wrote that because you didn’t write the truth. The New York Times doesn’t like to write the truth. But — but they love — they totally love our country and they do love our President.
So when I went to Dayton, and when I went to El Paso, and I went into those hospitals, the love for me — and me, maybe, as a representative of the country — but for me — and my love for them was unparalleled. These are incredible people. But if you read the papers, it was like nobody would meet with me.
Q What did they tell you that they want in terms of gun laws?
THE PRESIDENT: Not only did they meet with me, they were pouring out of the room. The doctors were coming out of the operating rooms. There were hundreds and hundreds of people all over the floor. You couldn’t even walk on it. So, you know, there’s a lot to happen.
Best knap dat je over komt als een idiot in je officiële communique.quote:Q Is that fair game, sir, for you?
Q So, speaking of that, what do you think about the leaked tape of the New York Times planning for a racist narrative ahead?
THE PRESIDENT: Well, I think the New York Times now has totally lost credibility. They’ve given up on the Russian collusion delusion, and now what they’re doing is they’re trying the racist deal. And that’s not going to work because I am the least racist person ever to serve in office, okay? I am the least racist person.
But the New York Times, they’re trying everything they can. It is a totally dishonest newspaper. It’s a paper that really has lost tremendous credibility.
And let me tell you, in six years — or maybe ten or maybe fourteen, right? In six years, when I’m not here, the New York Times goes out of business very quickly. And you know who else goes out? Like NBC News — NBC News has less credibility, in my opinion, with guys like you, than CNN. I think CNN has more credibility than NBC News.
twitter:SethAbramson twitterde op vrijdag 23-08-2019 om 03:44:14 (THREAD) MAJOR BREAKING NEWS (CNN): Convicted Kremlin agent Maria Butina's longtime boyfriend confirms that Don Jr. met secretly with Kremlin agents for an hour during the 2015 NRA Conference in Knoxville; Don Jr. therefore lied to Congress about collusion. Please RT and read on. https://t.co/7pIkOeLm7l reageer retweet
ze verkopen ook van die debiele MAGA petjes, ik geloof je best.quote: