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joe 9h
Replying to @altonbrown
Are you talking to your chair again?
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USA SAYS Aug 4
OMG OMG OMG everyone! is currently right now... he's off the rails. He's losing his shit!
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🎼AdagioForStrings🎻 Sep 17
Replying to @PoliticsNewsUS4
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(((sfpelosi))) Aug 3
Replying to @SFGate
Because worked so well in 2012 ... RT Clint Eastwood on Trump racism: ‘Just f—ing get over it’
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frinmin Nov 8
Replying to @Damn_Daniel95
In 2012 Eastwood trying to endorse Romney by making fun of Obama got backlash: negative memes and
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Simon F. Haeder Jun 1
Replying to @MBarakso
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Stephen Dey May 21
Replying to @babylovespies
Bottle count?
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Steve Austin May 20
Not sure what just happened but think I have just survived an ???
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Cami MacNamara May 10
Replying to @SaxMike71 @jonfavs
You just made my day!
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Vern Demerest ---✈ Feb 1
Dems revive , boycotting confirmation hearings. Also,Churchill inspects whats left after Hatch holds vote anyway.
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TCM Millenial Jan 20
Replying to @NotDexVonFrisch
I almost forgot
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Crazy Juan Oct 10
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McBiff Oct 7
Replying to @Mobute
who will talk to chairs?
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Steven Posnack Sep 26
Time to bring back
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Ian Millhiser Aug 31
Oh, Facebook, thank you for reminding me that the last election was pretty ridiculous too.
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Adrian Jacobs Aug 20
If is talking ish to an invisible black man sitting on a chair then is talking ish to an invisible black audience.
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Adrian Jacobs Aug 4
- standing and speaking nonsense to a chair or to an interviewer or to an audience or to tv camera or to a reporter or to....
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Jonathan Jewel Aug 3
This was funny 4 years ago and its funny today
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Adrian Jacobs Aug 3
- speaking nonsense to a chair
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Matthew D. LaPlante Aug 3
Be nice to Clint Eastwood, people. When he grew up, apparently, chairs spoke to people.
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