US Election Eve 2016

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  1. Infidel Tiger 2.0 (Premium Content Subscribers Only) says:

    SMOD 2016.

  2. Robber Baron says:

    Trump to win.

  3. Goanna says:

    Greg Sheridan says Hillers has it in the bag – wishing and hoping.

  4. Andore Jr. says:

    Trump is shortening to 4.50 @ sportsbet. Any Trump-trainers confident?

    I’d personally put some coin in but it’s just reinforce the sad fact that I missed betting on him @ 81.00 last year

  5. Motelier says:

    The old crone is going to steal this election.

    Just so Bill Climax can have a free run of the White House chasing the interns again.

    Not all bad though. He has to be equal opportunity or some gay/transgender person will get their nose out of joint and sue the Clintons/Government for easy money.

  6. Bruce of Newcastle says:

    Mote – Obama has been stacking the appellate courts and SCOTUS is split 4:4.
    So if any challenges from the GOP go into the court system they will hit the patented Wall of Lefties™.

  7. mh says:

    Hillary stated this during a campaign rally: “my husband, who I will put in charge of revitalizing the economy ’cause he knows what he’s doing.” Bill doesn’t look like he can revitalize anything at the moment. If Bill is going to be central to Hillary’s administration – according to Hillary’s own words – then why isn’t anyone questioning Bill’s health? Bill looks like he’s had all of his energy sucked out of him.

  8. Motelier says:

    So if any challenges from the GOP go into the court system they will hit the patented Wall of Lefties™.

    “Democracy is dead. I did not do it. Don’t Blame Me. Just have a memorial service and move on”

    Amen

    Paraphased from Larry the Liquidator.

  9. Motelier says:

    Bill looks like he’s had all of his energy sucked out of him.

    ROFL.

    Well not energy as such.

  10. John64 says:

    Bill looks like he’s had all of his energy sucked out of him.

    I’m pretty sure this popped up on the Cat a few days ago but courtesy of Mark Steyn is a wonderful piece of prose:

    The Clintons? Hillary got rich, Bill got laid, republican virtue got screwed. Like the sickly leaders of late-Soviet politburos, both appear older and feebler than their years: once the star performer of the double-act, Bill staggers around like the Blowjob of Dorian Gray; the life has all but literally been sucked out of him. His straight-woman, once the reliably stolid, stone-faced Margaret Dumont of his cigar-waggling routine, now has to be propped up on street bollards and fed lines by her medical staff. When she shuts down and she’s out cold, who’s driving the pantsuit? Huma? Cheryl? Podesta? Bill and Hillary have been consumed by their urges. America would be electing the Walking Dead, insatiable and fatal to the touch, but utterly hollow.

  11. Turnip says:

    RCP has “no toss ups” @ 272-266.

    Florida back in the red, NH back into the blue.

  12. Tailgunner says:

    Any Trump-trainers confident?

    Big League! Bet on Trump with your ears pinned back.
    Thank me tomorrow evening 🙂
    Whomever is organizing these books for the bookies is gonna get their ass fired tomorrow!
    Even the rigged polls are showing it razor thin. Nate Silver has said Trump is one toss up state away from victory,yet Trump is still @ 4.50/1 in a two horse race?? C’mon,folks.

  13. Up The Workers! says:

    This could be REALLY historic for Crooked Hillary and Bonking Billy.

    The First husband-and-wife tag-team-Presidents;

    The First husband-and-wife tag-team-Presidents to each be Impeached from Office, and

    The First husband-and-wife tag-team-Impeached Presidents to be disbarred from the legal profession.

    Both of them, of course, ably coached by Australia’s Juliar Gillard – herself no stranger to the business end of a legal profession Blundstone Boot!

  14. A Lurker says:

    As a supporter of Senator Bernardi I received his weekly ‘Common Sense’ email. As usual it was an insightful read, but this bit leapt out at me:

    “In spite of the failings of the Republican candidate, the past six weeks have demonstrated just how crooked the Left’s political machine is.

    We have seen video evidence of Democratic operatives boasting of their ability to incite violence at Republican rallies. We have read their candidate profess one thing in private whilst claiming another in public. Clinton’s campaign team has privately disparaged Catholics as ‘severely backwards’. They were prepared to delete 33,000 emails that they were legally required to provide to investigators. One Democrat governor pardoned 60,000 prisoners in a single day just so they could enrol to vote. Allegations of voter fraud and dodgy practices linked to the Democratic Party have been exposed. They have lied again and again and again.

    I could go on but suffice to say that for the Democrat campaign machine the ends justify the means, no matter how sleazy, unethical or dishonest those means may be.”

    It seems to me that the Democrats are acting supremely arrogant because they know they are going to win even before people have voted. This tells me one thing – that the election result has been already decided by the powers-that-be. I hope that my glass-half-empty view of politics isn’t correct, but the arrogance and the blatant, outright and in-your-face fraud seem to suggest only one outcome.

  15. miltonf says:

    Tailgunner I think Trump can win the popular vote from US Citizens who are entitled to vote. It’s the corruption of the US electoral system that worries me greatly.

    I think paper ballots are much better than voting machines. How the hell do you scrutineer voting machines?

    I read recently that Nixon should have won in 1960 and that JFK cheated. Also Nixon knew this but didn’t pursue it in the interests of national unity. Seems to me that JFK was an OK president but the more I read about LBJ makes me think he was one of the worst.

  16. Tailgunner says:

    The Monster Vote will drown the fraud,Milton. Have faith 🙂

  17. miltonf says:

    That’s what I’m hoping. He has to win big.

    Seriously though he could the Dems put up someone who is obviously very ill and with such baggage as their candidate? Might as well bring back Jimmy Carter.

  18. miltonf says:

    But I guess he’s not allowed to run again is he.

  19. banger says:

    Just had $100 on Trump to win Nevada @ $4.50 with Crown . I feel lucky !

  20. Tailgunner says:

    Seriously though he could the Dems put up someone who is obviously very ill and with such baggage as their candidate? Might as well bring back Jimmy Carter.

    It’s been her life’s work. Power,$&influence. The Clintons have dirt on everyone. And they’re not stupid.
    It was her turn,yet time.
    Until…along came a patriotic,billionaire buffoon to upset the cosy little arrangement with the Bush’s.
    😀

  21. Tailgunner says:

    *her turn,her time

  22. miltonf says:

    Yes the Bushes are vile.

  23. Andreas says:

    Come on first orange President!

  24. miltonf says:

    There hasn’t been a good President since Ronald Reagan. Someone who actually loves America.

  25. Andore Jr. says:

    The Monster Vote will drown the fraud,Milton. Have faith

    Wish I was that confident. Might put 50 on Trump.

  26. stackja says:

    Dixville Notch, New Hampshire, population 12, vote at midnight US, it is 10:14 pm now.

  27. John Comnenus says:

    Tomorrow one of two things will happen:

    1. I drink beer somberly watching the Clinton ascension whilst checking the Cat for like minded souls, or
    2. Crack a Cuban Cigar and 10 y.o. bottle of St Henri to celebrate with like minded souls on the Cat.

  28. egg_ says:

    Yes the Bushes are vile.

    Can Jeb spell his own name?

  29. thefrollickingmole says:

    Is it too late to invoke DOOOOOOM
    Because I have the feeling ‘Illaries going to romp home based on “muh vagina”.

  30. John Comnenus says:

    Comes the hour, comes the man. Let that man be DJ Trump!

  31. memoryvault says:

    A question – when do the bookies pay out?
    After the popular vote today, or after the Electoral College vote on December 10?

  32. Vicki says:

    It seems to me that the Democrats are acting supremely arrogant because they know they are going to win even before people have voted.

    It is tempting to interpret their arrogance in this way. However, extreme arrogance & certainty is the Leftist MO. It is one of their most dangerous weapons, because it undermines the self belief of their enemy.

    I was reminded of this only this morning when I listened to a spokesman for so-called “marriage equality” solemnly insist on RN radio that (despite the recent vote against a plebiscite) we would very soon have “marriage equality” because the majority of Australian wanted it. No argument could shift his certainty.

  33. Helen says:

    John Comnenus
    #2197257, posted on November 8, 2016 at 2:15 pm

    Tomorrow one of two things will happen:

    Tomorrow I will be drafting cows in the stinking heat then, falling exhausted to my bed, get up the next day to do it all again.

    Oh the Romance!

    Trump wins! Bigly!

  34. John Comnenus says:

    Enjoy drafting those cows Helen.

  35. Ellen of Tasmania says:

    “‘All Hands on Deck‘ to Protect Election From Hack, Say Officials …

    The U.S. government is gearing up for an unprecedented effort to protect Tuesday’s presidential election from cyber attack, U.S. officials told NBC News.

    American officials are worried Russia will use its cyber capabilities to try to disrupt the presidential election itself, possibly by releasing fake documents and creating bogus social media accounts designed to spread misinformation.”

  36. Gab says:

    American officials are worried Russia will use its cyber capabilities to try to disrupt the presidential election itself, possibly by releasing fake documents and creating bogus social media accounts designed to spread misinformation.”

    What? Like the Democrats currently do? Flash flag operation this, the Dems are just covering their arses in case they get found out.

  37. Zatara says:

    American officials are worried Russia will use its cyber capabilities to try to disrupt the presidential election itself, possibly by releasing fake documents and creating bogus social media accounts designed to spread misinformation.”

    For “American officials” read Democrats, trying to get their smokescreen up early.

  38. Infidel Tiger 2.0 (Premium Content Subscribers Only) says:

    Holy crap! Look at the footage of this drunk old whore disembarking the plane:

    https://twitter.com/tweetdrudge/status/795843487438696448

  39. Zatara says:

    Snap Gab!

    I mean geez, how obvious could that weak meme be?

  40. stackja says:

    miltonf
    #2197233, posted on November 8, 2016 at 1:56 pm
    That’s what I’m hoping. He has to win big.

    Seriously though he could the Dems put up someone who is obviously very ill and with such baggage as their candidate? Might as well bring back Jimmy Carter.
    miltonf
    #2197234, posted on November 8, 2016 at 1:58 pm
    But I guess he’s not allowed to run again is he.

    Carter is eligible but probably too old. Cleveland ran in two separate elections and won.

  41. Sinclair Davidson says:

    Polls have opened in Dixville Notch, New Hampshire.

  42. Gab says:

    Polls have opened in Dixville Notch, New Hampshire.

    Population: 12 people.

  43. Ellen of Tasmania says:

    Remember when the left used to mock the whole ‘Reds under the bed’ thing?

    And now poor little Russia are being blamed for everything. (See: The Cold War Is Over, by Peter Hitchens.)

    Surreal.

  44. Heretic says:

    When Trump wins tomorrow how many bookies are going to be unable to pay out bets they covered?

  45. miltonf says:

    Ok thanks stackja.

  46. miltonf says:

    Agree Ellen. They almost seem to want a war with Russia. As long as they or theirs don’t have to fight it.

  47. Y says:

    Their national intelligence test was in 2012.

    They failed.

    ¯\_(?)_/¯

  48. JC says:

    Trump worked his arse off in the late stretch. He deserves to win for that alone.

  49. JC says:

    I was reminded of this only this morning when I listened to a spokesman for so-called “marriage equality” solemnly insist on RN radio that (despite the recent vote against a plebiscite) we would very soon have “marriage equality” because the majority of Australian wanted it. No argument could shift his certainty.

    Don’t debate them. Just tell them they’re wrong and you of course disagree. Then just tell them to fuck right off.

    Arguing with them is pointless.

  50. Gab says:

    Dixville Notch, New Hampshire results and some history of the three places where voting begins at midnight (and usually finishes around 10 past midnight):

    As the world waits with bated breath for the results of Tuesday’s contentious presidential election, its eyes turned briefly to three sleepy hamlets in rural New Hampshire, as their residents — less than 100 total — became the first in the nation to cast their ballots.

    In Dixville Notch, N.H., Hillary Clinton beat Donald Trump four votes to two. Libertarian Gary Johnson received one vote, and Mitt Romney received a surprise write-in ballot. In the slightly larger burg of Hart’s Location, Clinton won with 17 votes to Trump’s 14. Johnson got three of Hart’s Location votes, while write-ins Bernie Sanders and John Kasich each got one vote.

    According to New Hampshire law, communities with less than 100 voters can open their polls at midnight and close them as soon as all registered voters have cast their ballots.

    The best known of these three towns, Dixville Notch has been voting at midnight every election since 1960. Neil Tillotson, the former owner of the Balsams Grant Resort Hotel, which closed in 2011, started midnight voting in Dixville in 1960 to stir up publicity for the resort. Almost all of the Dixville voters are employees of the resort .

    This could be Dixville’s last year in the election spotlight, however. Les Otten, a New England businessman, bought the Balsams and plans to redevelop it into a massive ski resort. That could bring the population in Dixville over 100 people, thereby ending its midnight voting tradition.

    Hart’s Location was the first town to begin the tradition of early voting in 1948. According to the town’s website, it started when the town was “inhabited mostly by Maine Central Railroad workers and their families” and early voting became the most convenient way for them to vote. The practice apparently garnered too much media attention for the folks of Hart’s Location, however, and midnight voting was abandoned in 1964, “when residents became tired of all the media ruckus and voted to end it.”

    Hart’s Location revived the practice in 1996. The town website blames the 32-year lull in midnight voting as the reason Dixville Notch gets all the attention, even though Dixville began the practice more than a decade later than Hart’s Location.

    Millsfield, located just over 12 miles down the road from Dixville Notch, is the newest town to get in on the act. Millsfield began midnight voting as early as 1952 (no one seems certain exactly when) and stopped the practice in the 1960s (again, no one seems certain exactly when). The town was invited to take the tradition back up last year by New Hampshire’s secretary of State, in honor of the 100th anniversary of the New Hampshire primary.

    “It’s important for us to revisit history that has been forgotten by most people,” Wayne Urso, the Millsfield election official who is spearheading the midnight vote told Medill News Service.

    Don’t read too much into the results from these towns. They lean conservative and normally vote Republican. Dixville voted for the Republican in every election since 1960 — including Barry Goldwater who lost in a landslide to Lyndon Johnson — until going for Obama in 2008, and splitting the vote between Romney and Obama in 2012.

    Since reviving midnight voting, Hart’s Location voted for Dole in 1996, Bush in 2000 and 2004, and Obama in 2008 and 2012.

    Dixville had predicted every Republican nominee since 1968 (counting ties in 1980 and 2012), but that streak came to a crashing halt when Donald Trump walked into town as John Kasich edged out the future nominee 3-2.

  51. JC says:

    According to New Hampshire law, communities with less than 100 voters can open their polls at midnight and close them as soon as all registered voters have cast their ballots.

    But I presume they all don’t show up at the same time.

  52. Mumbles says:

    Just upped my bet and wacked some more on the Donald but only got $4.50 at Sportsbet.
    As they say in for penny in for a pound.
    The Donald has the chance to show conservatives world wide what they need to do. They, just like Australian Liberal Party, have get rid of the Ladies Luncheon Society and their awfully nice candidates and put in some people who get shit done.

  53. Infidel Tiger 2.0 (Premium Content Subscribers Only) says:

    Trump worked his arse off in the late stretch. He deserves to win for that alone.

    And his opponent, The Media, are still working their arse off to defeat him.

    The lady he is supposedly running against is drunk off her arse, passed out on her girlfriend’s couch.

  54. Saltwater says:

    Groan… note the length of this article after a ‘surprise’ first win in Dixville Notch (such a fitting name for a first Clinton ‘win’ of the night)

    http://edition.cnn.com/2016/11/08/politics/dixville-notch-results-2016/index.html

    The narrative must go to plan.

  55. Brett says:

    Just saw this in a comment posted over at Breitbart:

    2016 New Hampshire midnight voting (Dixville Notch, Harts, Millsfield):

    Trump 32 Clinton 25

    2012: Obama 28 Romney 14

    No idea if it is accurate.

  56. Makka says:

    2016 New Hampshire midnight voting (Dixville Notch, Harts, Millsfield):

    Trump 32 Clinton 25

    Not bad for a population of….. 12?

  57. Brett says:

    Not bad for a population of….. 12?

    Maybe it is the illegals.

  58. Gab says:

    It was 12 at the 2010 census, makka.

  59. Zatara says:

    With overnight in-person voting in NH completed, Trump carries a seven-vote lead over Clinton, 32-25.

    That includes Dixville Notch, Millsfield, and Hart’s Location.

  60. Gab says:

    If you lot bothered to read my post upthread at 4:49pm, you’d see the initial figures were:

    In Dixville Notch, N.H., Hillary Clinton beat Donald Trump four votes to two. Libertarian Gary Johnson received one vote, and Mitt Romney received a surprise write-in ballot.

  61. B Shaw says:

    The very best luck to Donald Trump!

  62. Gab says:

    Thank you, Zatara. Finally someone who can read! 😀

  63. John Comnenus says:

    Those early NH stats show a big turn out for Trump and a slight decrease for HRC. Will the trend hold?

  64. Zatara says:

    NH Overnight Voting Final (65 total voters)
    Trump – 32
    Clinton – 25
    Johnson – 4

    Write ins:
    Sanders – 2
    Kasich – 1
    Romney – 1

  65. Tel says:

    Scott Foval [email protected]_Foval
    Check @BlackCatUnloads own photos. Paid agitators @ every #blacklivesmatter riot last 2 years. Deray is fraud paid to divide us by skincolor

    Oh you don’t say Scott, you just recently worked this out? Wait, I know, you started changing your view of the world when the Democrat money dried right up.

    Don’t be glum about it, if you want to spill your guts I’m sure Breitbart will pay you to talk.

  66. Oh come on says:

    Remember the Good Clinton?

    Jeff Stein, a writer at the generally pro-Clinton Vox, rescinded previous claims he made that the Clinton Foundation wasn’t used to personally enrich the family’s wealth after WikiLeaks released an email revealing Chelsea Clinton used the foundation to direct investors to her husband’s hedge fund and treated Clinton Foundation funds as a personal bank account.

    So Chelsea’s spending Aussie tax dollars to purchase an even higher-rolling lifestyle. Great.

    Latest WikiLeaks Reveals Clinton Critics Were Right All Along, via Insty.

  67. Oh come on says:

    Kasich – 1
    Romney – 1

    NeverTrumpers.

  68. Fleeced says:

    It’s funny reading up on tweets the number of people who mention Brexit as a “lesson”. People still don’t get it – they think the Brexit vote was an accident.

  69. Bear necessities says:

    That’s it. It is all over trump had won. I’m calling trump based on .000004 per cent of the vote.

  70. srr says:

    God love ’em 🙂 –

    Mike Allen
    [email protected]

    Amish Trump supporters request 20 cars to drive them to drive them to the polls.
    They get 1500 volunteers

    https://twitter.com/AMike4761/status/795722886636048385?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw
    ..
    @KA26Barman 10h
    @AMike4761 Good people….

    https://twitter.com/AMike4761/status/795722886636048385?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw
    See it, think about it, share it 🙂

  71. srr says:

    HA HA HA … Ah Ha!

    James O’Keefe @JamesOKeefeIII

    WARNING: If you don’t want to become a viral YouTube sensation tomorrow, don’t commit any #VoterFraud!!! #VeritasIsEverywhere
    9:28 AM – 8 Nov 2016

  72. Mozzie says:

    Far out
    Here I am watching Garard Henderson on Bolt expressing an alternative view
    and my TV goes no signal.
    WTF
    Trump is not allowed to be God?
    PS maybe the Hunchback of Hazelwood has shut us down
    A portent of things to come ?

  73. Armadillo says:

    Trump is not allowed to be God?

    Trump will be God if he wants to be. He just hasn’t decided yet. He’s thinking it over.

  74. Dash says:

    Amish Trump supporters request 20 cars to drive them to drive them to the polls.
    They get 1500 volunteers

    There have been some really great stories from this election.

  75. Caveman says:

    Trump win
    Yuge record number of new voters and major majority of middle America will seal the deal for Trump. I beieve this was what Trump wanted from the get go.
    Make America Great Again…fukn aye. ??

  76. Mark from Melbourne says:

    With overnight in-person voting in NH completed, Trump carries a seven-vote lead over Clinton, 32-25.

    19% Trumpslide!

    Seriously, it is kinda cute how the US has these wacky odds and ends “traditions” hanging about in their electoral system.

  77. Hillary stated this during a campaign rally: “my husband, who I will put in charge of revitalizing the economy ’cause he knows what he’s doing.

    Wasn’t it Bill that passed the affordable housing act which forced banks to lend to people who couldn’t afford it and caused everyone to all go bust when the market turned.

  78. Ellen of Tasmania says:

    “Leaked Documents Reveal Expansive Soros Funding to Manipulate Federal Elections

    But it’s okay, ’cause he’s not Russia.

    “Leaked funding documents reveal an effort by George Soros and his foundations to manipulate election laws and process rules ahead of the federal election far more expansively than has been previously reported.

    The leaked documents also reveal deliberate and successful efforts to manipulate media coverage of election issues in mainstream media outlets like the The New York Times.”

  79. Makka says:

    “Leaked Documents Reveal Expansive Soros Funding to Manipulate Federal Elections”

    I’ve said this before, Soros is the most evil bastard walking the earth. His passing will be a blessing on us all. (NADT)

  80. Mozzie says:

    Speaking of elections and not altogether of topic here in beautiful North Hunchback Andrewstan Bendigo the local council of greeny hippy fence sitters has just been replaced by another lot of greeny hippy fence sitters.
    Hope the USA has woken up and Trump has decided thanks Armadillo.
    BTW Given that the bookies are nearly always right, how can this be so out of whack?
    Did the bookies take a hiding on Brexit?

  81. Mother Lode says:

    After counting the ballads for the twelve folks in Dixville Notch, Illary won by 23,688 to 11.

  82. Diogenes says:

    Speaking of elections and not altogether of topic here in beautiful North Hunchback Andrewstan

    Today I was told 18/19 of the sacked councillors here on the Central Coast have been employed by the council as consultants on 2K a day.

    As I did not believe this, not even the Baird could be so stupid as to allow this, so I checked.

    As expected my informant was wrong , the rate is 2k AN HOUR

    So yes Baird could be that stupid, and it explains many of the administrator’s stranger decisions.

  83. Big Jim says:

    What really pisses me off, is that back in the Nineties, the government of South Australia forked out 250k plus for WJC to make a keynote address at some lame conference. When it was queried, the response from the government was along the lines of ‘this is what it takes to play in the big leagues.’ I don’t think the patsies even realised that it was meant to be quid pro quo. I imagine the Clinton Foundation joke about it to this day.

    (Worse still, Bill was feted at Royal Adelaide, where he rode on a phalanx of carts taking mulligans and gimmes all the way round. Top clubs around New York, (none a patch on Royal Adelaide), had long-since black-balled the Clintons. He remains today a member at Trump National, where anyone can buy his way in.)

  84. Anne says:

    Good one, Mother. 😀

  85. Will says:

    Wasn’t it Bill that passed the affordable housing act which forced banks to lend to people who couldn’t afford it and caused everyone to all go bust when the market turned.

    Yes, with help from a Democrat Congress and his Housing Secretary

  86. Motelier says:

    I am sure Stimpy will be all over this like a bad rash.

    I just wish celebrities would stay out of politics.

  87. Armadillo says:

    Did the bookies take a hiding on Brexit?

    I’d assume some of them did, but most would have pretty much balanced out. It would have been a novelty event. It depends what their instincts were and what they were prepared to lose. In effect, they wouldn’t be a “bookmaker”, they would be a “punter”.

    You can’t make money on a two horse race.

  88. Anne says:

    I am sure Stimpy will be all over this like a bad rash.

    I just wish celebrities would stay out of politics.

    Mote, some LadyGaga fan showed it was Michael Jackson’s jacket.

    This was Stefan Molyneux’ clever reply.

    So dressing like a Nazi is fine because Michael Jackson once did it?

    Michael Jackson did it. Is that going to be John Podesta’s excuse too?

  89. Helen says:

    Oh very good, Anne

  90. Mozzie says:

    Thanks Armadillo

  91. Motelier says:

    I just wish celebrities would stay out of politics.

    Mote, some LadyGaga fan showed it was Michael Jackson’s jacket.

    This was Stefan Molyneux’ clever reply.

    So dressing like a Nazi is fine because Michael Jackson once did it?

    Michael Jackson did it. Is that going to be John Podesta’s excuse too?

    As I said. Celebrities should stay out of politics.

  92. Armadillo says:

    As I said. Celebrities should stay out of politics.

    I’m assuming you are excluding Reagan there Mote. And Trump.

  93. Motelier says:

    Armadillo.

    Reagan was in politics for a long time.

    Trump was a businessman before he became a celebrity.

  94. Infidel Tiger says:

    Did the bookies take a hiding on Brexit?

    When favorites lose bookies by new cars and holiday homes.

  95. The lady he is supposedly running against is drunk off her arse, passed out on her girlfriend’s couch.

    LOL

  96. Mark A says:

    Armadillo
    You can’t make money on a two horse race
    since when?

  97. Cold-Hands says:

    You can’t make money on a two horse race

    Armadillo should have prefaced his remark with the words “as a bookmaker…”

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