I remember him in the 80s and 90s from NJ. He was nutso then too. He was spectacular at not paying folks and skipping out of creditors. But his display during the Indian Casino trials is when I lost any shred of respect I might’ve had for him – and that was early 90s. Used car salesman, mafia wanna be. Standard NJ stuff.

I remember him in the 80s and 90s from NJ. He was nutso then too. He was spectacular at not paying folks and skipping out of creditors.

But his display during the Indian Casino trials is when I lost any shred of respect I might’ve had for him – and that was early 90s.

Used car salesman, mafia wanna be. Standard NJ stuff.

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I’m seriously glad you guys got faith in ‘im. Wish I could. It’s annoying having to worry about this stuff. It’d be a lot easier if I thought he knew what he was doing.

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I see this everytime the guy does a tweet:
https://www.wikihow.com/Recognize-Enabling-Behaviors

and with that Brendan FitzPatrick maybe you’re right. Playing the heel. But I still read it as enabling by those who don’t want to face the possibility that there COULD be a real problem.

I want to be wrong. I’ll just say that much.

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“Maybe we could buy Greenland”…
“Maybe we could drop a nuke in a hurricane”
“Maybe we should leave NATO”
“Maybe Duterte is a good ally”
“Maybe Putin’s alright”
“Maybe a tariff war with China will be good for the economy”…

I wish I could play along.

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I care about America, not his games. I’m mostly just waiting it out.

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Oh, I don’t think it’s all thought out though. Parts are, but there are too many conflicting powers playing games, all butting heads.

I don’t think there’s a singular plan nor was there ever. Folks just don’t cooperate like that too easily, and trust bonds at those levels break more easily than an arm frozen in liquid nitrogen dropped to a concrete floor.

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