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Wed Sep 30, 2020, 07:39 PM

a few suggestions from the livestock business for the debates

1. tho cattle prods might be appropriate, they must be applied manually--therefore may I suggest remote SHOCK COLLARS as well as cutting off mike for excessive interruptions. (though watching the next moderator with a cattle prod would help ratings)............2. Donald doesn't need a mask--he needs a MUZZLE.....must be put on while other candidate is speaking. (He'll complain about this being "humiliating" but he so humiliated our country. I DONT FUCKING CARE)...........3. EXTEND the time on a question by the moderator, but must stick only to topic of question--shock collar if necessary. (Donald can't even complete a sentence as an adult, much less converse on ANY subject requiring ANY intellectual horsepower for ANY length of time)..............as far as Trump's comment to his "Proud Boys"--(Stand back, and Stand by)............I'll reply as true country redneck--To ALL my fellow Americans who BELIEVE in what this country was founded on, and is still TRYING to achieve----STAND UP, STAND STRONG; YOU WILL NOT STAND ALONE FOR WE WILL STAND UNITED!.................VOTE

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bubbazero Sep 2020 OP
Karadeniz Sep 2020 #1
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Response to bubbazero (Original post)

Wed Sep 30, 2020, 08:28 PM

1. Shock devices seem to be a popular solution!

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Wed Sep 30, 2020, 09:11 PM

2. could just wire up the podium

doubt he can stand very long without holding on to it, even those tiny hands and insulated shoes wouldn't help if it was good and hot.

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Wed Sep 30, 2020, 10:10 PM

3. You need a good squeeze chute to handle unruly livestock

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