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I don't often say it, but I could hardly believe that comment. Beyond the peeping tomfoolery, it suggests that somehow this man has acquired the belief that the power presupposed in ownership of a business organization bestows an entitlement to ignore at will the conventions of civil society in the treatment of subordinates employed on the organization's projects. Then he goes on, oblivious to their perversity, to brag about the acts his attitude begets.I don't accept the proposition that it's just another harmless bit that we're supposed to attribute to his playboy image-making efforts, or a jockstrap exercise in comparing dick sizes without comparing dick sizes. This isn't just kids' stuff; it's advanced adult degeneracy. He's full-of-himself carried away and enjoying every minute of it. If he were a dictator or plantation owner's son, or had been born into royalty a few generations ago, you'd be stuck with him and loathing it. But when there's a choice, are people crazy enough to give more power to a guy who has his attitude toward its application?Trump doesn't even seem to understand how his conduct is perceived by the public. And I guess he wouldn't care if he did.
It doesn't say much for Howard Stern either. I have always thought that he was a world class idiot.
"advanced adult degeneracy" - I think you nailed it, John. Dave Letterman, before the groping tape was released, called Trump "a damaged human being, a person to be shunned."
The best thing about Howard Stern, Zoombats, is that he's not on any public airwaves. I think you have to subscribe to Sirius to get his show.
Anyong: I don't know who is more stupid out of all three and who is the most disgusting.
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