Trump Spent $1.8 Billion On Lawyers From 1982-2014

Donald Trump spent over $1.8 billion, yes billion,  on lawyers over a 32 year period. Even at New York law firm prices, that’s a lot. It’s noted that he has always had several firms working at once with some of them suing for payment. Continue reading “Trump Spent $1.8 Billion On Lawyers From 1982-2014”

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Twitter Almost Banned Trump For Life In 2011

An internal Twitter memo surfaced recently talking about how Donald Trump was almost banned from Twitter in 2011 after a series of inappropriate messages and tweets that violated the Terms of Use Agreement but after a lot of complaining and threatening lawsuits, Twitter reinstated Trump’s account after a few hours.

The discussion came after Trump’s threatening attacks on then President Obama and an additional dozen complaints from women who said they were being harassed. They blocked him because of the unwanted messages which also breaks the social medias Terms of Use Agreement. To make it worse, he had followers harass the women after he could no longer make contact.

One woman said, “It was terrible. Then thousands of jerks came out of the woodwork to harass us after they were commanded to.

“It was the worst year of my life.”

Twitter didn’t take the decision lightly. It was also a turbulent time for the company, which is all the time, and they didn’t want to be seen as censoring or being unkind to its users.“If we had banned him from the service, he wouldn’t be president today.”  

Trump Hires Bill O’Reilly As White House Adviser

“It is terrible what the media and these women did to this great American patriot. Disgusting,” said Trump. “It total reverse racism, I mean sexism. That’s what it is and every voter knows that.” Continue reading “Trump Hires Bill O’Reilly As White House Adviser”

United Airlines CEO’s House Robbed

Chicago –  Oscar Munoz, the CEO of United Airlines, has been in hot water after a man was forcibly removed from a plane at O’Hare International Airport. The company initially bumbled their apology to the paying company and the stock has lost over $800 million in market value. But the CEO had another fire to extinguish. Continue reading “United Airlines CEO’s House Robbed”

Ryan Lochte Lands Sponsorship Deal With United Airlines

After a disturbing video emerged showing Chicago police removing a passenger against his will. To help stop the bleeding, American swimmer Ryan Lochte, has landed a deal to promote United Airlines. They are using the slogan: “Give Us A 5th Chance.” The deal is over 4 years through the 2020 Olympics in Japan and is worth $25 million. Continue reading “Ryan Lochte Lands Sponsorship Deal With United Airlines”

Trump Has Diarrhea During Golf Game

Trump Has Diarrhea During Golf Game

Florida – President Trump had a little accident on the golf course today, and no, and wasn’t politically. After a large brunch of eggs, bacon, ham, pheasant, roast beef, elk, and a variety of sausage, Trump had a case of diarrhea while playing the 5th hole of his back nine.

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Relax, Angelenos. You’re City-Sized Transit System is Finally Coming (Video)

Los Angeles will finally be receiving a transit system to rival New York City.

The votes are tallied, and Los Angeles will finally be receiving a transit system to rival New York City. LA Mag outlines the plan in the video below.

Black Friday: From 1980 Until Today (Video)

Watch mankind devolve from a peaceful race of bad hair and high-rise jeans into a pack of wolves.

In 2014, YouTube Channel On Point Preparedness showed us the downfall of humanity.

Watch mankind devolve from a peaceful race of bad hair and high-rise jeans into a pack of wolves.

Thankfully, these days we have Amazon.

It’s Official: Elon Musk will put Uber out of Business (Video)

If this doesn’t have Uber’s shareholders shaking in their boots, not much will. The only real question is, can you arrest an intoxicated driver if he’s not driving? Or is he simply a passenger?

Tesla’s recently released footage of it’s Autodrive Technology seems to be the automotive companies first shot across Uber’s bow.

If this doesn’t have Uber’s shareholders shaking in their boots, not much will.

The only real question is, can you arrest an intoxicated driver if he’s not driving? Or is he simply a passenger?