Fun with math

Sure — this post is a little lame, but hey it’s better than nothin’! The Washington Post reports:

Apple, Facebook, Google, Microsoft and 94 other tech companies call travel ban ‘unlawful’ in rare coordinated legal action

Which apparently works out thusly:

The move represents a rare coordinated action across a broad swath of the industry — 97 companies in total— and demonstrates the depth of animosity toward the Trump ban.

Hmm, Sadly, No! Of course, nothing beats The Donald:

I call my own shots, largely based on an accumulation of data, and everyone knows it.

Presumably, “accumulation of data” translates to watching Fox & Friends.

 

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Of course he does. Also of course, the only data that matters is that which fits his confirmation bias. When is 1 piece of data more than 100 pieces? When the 100 don’t confirm but the 1 does.

Math, bitches, it’s what I do.

 
 

Trump ain’t so unique, with all them GOP wankers, bullshit trumps reality every time.

And as a result, we get crackpot legislation like this crackpot bill to abolish the EPA… I shit you not…

https://www.congress.gov/bill/115th-congress/house-bill/861/

 
 

And the Patriots Win!!!

Ha Ha Ha Ha!!!

 
 

And the Patriots Win!!!

Ha Ha Ha Ha!!!

 
 

So this is how we are playing now!

/glares

And of course the post game wank fest on ESPN…

Lets watch history attempt to downplay this shit starting up:

Herm Edwards: Hell Yes, Next guy: Best Ever Last Guy: Yes Best ever.

They certainly exceeded my expectations, I forgot, its a new

world now, Trumps! We’all just shitting in it1!111!!!!

 
 

I call my own shots, largely based on an accumulation of data, and everyone knows it.

“Study the world!” said Trump, and so he did.

 
 

O.K., Trump calls the shots.

But does he roll the nickels?

Does he deal the cards?

 
 

The long awaited Apple-Microsoft merger is happening, must credit War Criminal Post!

Maybe Cheeto Mussolini means an accumulation of alternate data.

 
 
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