Sacha Baron Cohen recalls the Ali G - Donald Trump interview

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+3 1. CorpseGrinder commented 2 years ago

"Hundreds of millions of years ago people were doing business - trading rocks and sand" :D:D:D:D:D
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+1 2. Austin commented 2 years ago

So one is an embarrassing, boorish, not terribly bright poseur with a deeply stereotypical view of the world and the other is Ali G… Sacha Baron Cohen is pretty damn funny.
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+3 3. thefox commented 2 years ago

Very funny guy.
And Ali G's quite amusing too. :D
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+2 4. sux2bu commented 2 years ago

I am surprised at how cordial Trump was to Ali considering he realized rather quickly this was a scam ,but he played along for a while just to be a good sport.
His answer to the most popular thing in the world was spot on. Music is one of the things that helps bring peoples together.;)
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-1 5. kirkelicious commented 2 years ago

#4 Yeah, isn't Trump just a smart and overall likable person? His mere presence makes everyone in the same room as him feel warm inside...
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+4 6. camoga commented 2 years ago

#4 I agree, I am not a fan of Trump but he did act very polite. I was expecting him to start to pout and wag his finger.
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+1 7. MindTrick commented 2 years ago

#2 :D:D:D you got me
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-3 8. thundersnow commented 2 years ago

This is as polite as he gets, and you could tell he didn't really mean it.
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+3 9. oleHashow commented 2 years ago

100s of millions years ago people were.... not really there. :)
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-1 10. Austin commented 2 years ago

Sigh. I tried to remain silent but the impulsively idolizing Drumpf masses have struck again as evidenced by all the down votes on any comment even remotely critical or sarcastic about him. Again, I ask, why such reverence for a man who would have nothing to do with you in the real world, whose tax and ‘healthcare’ policies alone do not just disfavour but hurt the working classes, and whose own actions and words, on literally a daily basis show contempt for American democratic principles, open contempt the rule of law, contempt for the office of the presidency, ignorance and contempt for the safety and security of the United States and its allies etc etc. None of this has made an impact on you? Has nothing diminished his lustre in your eyes? Judging by the predictable rush to downvote anything that isn’t laudatory – the answer appears to be no. The extent of this blind Drumpf worshiping phenomenon never ceases to amaze me. And also perplexes and scares the sh*t out of me.
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0 11. thundersnow commented 2 years ago

#10 Do not remain silent.
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+4 12. snotraddict commented 2 years ago

#10 No, he's terrible, however still 1000 times better than Hillary and the reason she dutifully got handed her ass in the election. :D:D:D:D
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-2 13. thundersnow commented 2 years ago

#12 Basically, both are not good, right.
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+3 14. sux2bu commented 2 years ago

#11 Yea don't remain silent , get out there in your black hoodie and mask and riot and set fires and do other mayhem to show your true selves.
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0 15. thundersnow commented 2 years ago

#14 Umm, weird....now why would I do that?
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-2 16. Austin commented 2 years ago

#14. sux2bu ‘don't remain silent , get out there in your black hoodie and mask and riot and set fires and do other mayhem to show your true selves’

What on earth are you talking about? Yet another silly and inaccurate gross stereotype in lieu of actually engaging with a comment. Also, a nice an example of another standard Trump supporter discourse tactic - if an ad hominem attack is not possible then try undermine any organized opposition to Drumpf and his actions/polices etc. by propagating the false assertion that it is somehow inherently linked to violence and illegality or a lack of respect for the law.

A) You are ignoring the countless peaceful anti-Drumpf administration rallies that have been held without violence (Women’s march, much more bigly attendance than the inauguration, SAD, the Science march, anti-Muslim ban protests at airports etc. etc.),

B) that at any heated demonstration featuring established police lines and barriers a small number of protesters will be inevitably arrested for violating commands etc. as an effort to maintain order and public safety (we can debate the legality of that) but that doesn’t imply they arrive or were motivated by physically violent intents, and

C) ANY protest against the govt as an entity will inevitably bring out ‘opportunistic anarchists’ who will use the opportunity to engage in violence and destruction to achieve their own independent political objectives. This last group is always a small but present minority, we have them as well, their opportunism and presence is predictable – as is the violence but in almost 99% of the cases they do not represent the motivations or goals of the protesters writ large.

To suggest that masked black hoodie wearing riot intent protestors is representative of the anti- Drumpf movement in the US is a weak and false dodge. To characterize the goals and intent of a mass movement by the actions of a few is also specious. This is the equivalent of me pointing to the well documented physical violence against the non violent vocally protesting anti-trump demonstrators at Trump rallies, a great majority of which was white on person of colour violence, leading up to the election, to assert that ALL Trump supporters are therefore racist and prone to violence. That would be unfair and an equivalent gross stereotype. All trump supporters are not racists or nationalists or bigots – but some are. Just like all anti-Drumpf protesters are not black hoodie wearing ‘opportunistic anarchists’ but a few do slip into their ranks.

This is an important distinction WITH a difference that one could reasonably think that you would be aware of.
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-2 17. Judge-Jake commented 2 years ago

#16 Don't you ever run out of ink? You do realise that nobody reads past your first sentence don't you and that's being polite:D
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+2 18. kirkelicious commented 2 years ago

#17 I like the fact, that Austin makes an effort to bring arguments with some substance to the discussion and elaborates his positions.
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0 19. thefox commented 2 years ago

#18. But he does rather go on a bit doesn't he? I'll bet he's great fun at parties. :| Imagine being trapped up a corner by him, suffering the onslaught of his astounding intellect ? 8-)

"Oh really Austin? Oh that is SO interesting. Oh LOOK! There's some paint drying over there, I really MUST go and watch it." :)
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0 20. thundersnow commented 2 years ago

I beg to differ, #17, I do always completely read his comments, sometimes more than once, because they are one of the few that are making sense here, when we have serious discussions, and I also agree with #18, that #16 makes a great effort to bring in non-emotional comments with substance, unlike some other snotr user, who likes to debate with gross stereotypes and generalisations, which I find very annoying. I very much enjoy reading comments by Austin, because they are intelligent and logical. Some of you will say now, "Oh, you just like his comments, because you have similar views." That's partially true, it is easier to like a comment if it's up your ally, but it is not the only reason. I'm the last one who doesn't like to be silly and funny on snotr, but I sure like a serious and sincere discussion just as much, and I'm glad we have a few users here who think so too.
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-1 21. Austin commented 2 years ago

#19. thefox I can assure you that I am a very good party guest with respect to discourse in terms of turn taking and listening. Unlike some, I am actually quite interested to hear about other people’s opinions, ideas etc because it helps to inform, refine, expand my own worldview. Yes, my posts can have a soliloquy-esque quality but that is due in large part to the medium - a comment ‘post’, which is not interactive in nature, versus a ‘conversation’ which is. And yes, I do tend to write a lot but this is due to the content / assertions / claims of the posts I am responding to and my anticipation of the counter arguments. And again, a post is not inherently dialogic in nature. It can be but topics can jump around so IMHO you have to get your thoughts out in one go. And loaded or false assertions take time to deconstruct and rebut. I do however find it disappointing that you have chosen to disingenuously conflate two very different mediums to make a pejorative assumption about my personality and interpersonal conversation habits but if cheap shots satisfy your minimalist mind-set and make you smile then so be it. Happy to make you smile again my diminutive little friend.
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+1 22. thefox commented 2 years ago

#21 You always make me smile. One word from me spawns a dozen from you. You're just too easy to bait.
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0 23. Austin commented 2 years ago

#22 Fox. Using a personal insult as a ‘trap’ is pedantic and immature. You have sadly confused transparent laziness and face saving with craftiness and guile and disappointed me yet again. But dont worry - smile!! my friend I wont hold it against you
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+1 24. oleHashow commented 2 years ago

#14 let me troll you a bit :)
i know its kinda pointless to even write this since you will go off the rails with something not relevant.
It is stupid think that you only know 1 form of not being silent
SO why did you went this way ?
Were you sarcastic ? if yes maybe you should go all the way and promote terrorism
Why would people just burn stuff if they can blow it up.
Do you want to see your country in flames that is money well spend my dear tax payer.
or maybe you are the real troll here ?

PS: it must really suck to be u

PPS: to the one who down-voted my comment. I wonder what you think about people 100s of millions of years ago ?
clearly you have different views than most of people on earth since 2 dominant theories are evolution and god made us and they dont go back more than quarter of a million years.
To think that humans were here, not 100.000.000 years ago, but 100s of millions of years ago is so of the scale that i really wish to know your theory.
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-1 25. thefox commented 2 years ago

#23. Ah, just three lines that time. Now you're learning sonny.
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0 26. AmazingNixxo commented 2 years ago

I wish he could interview President TD as Brüno the gaylord character! That would be fucking amazing.