Discussion in 'Latest Political News and Current Events' started by resident_evil, Nov 7, 2018.
Funny but you got burned factually and spiritually. To which you could only land a joke.
burn (bûrn) verb
burned or burnt (bûrnt) burning, burns verb, transitive
1.a. To cause to undergo combustion. b. To destroy with fire: burned the trash; burn a house down. c. To consume (fuel or energy, for example): burned all the wood that winter.
2.Physics. To cause to undergo nuclear fission or fusion.
3.To damage or injure by fire, heat, radiation, electricity, or a caustic agent: burned the toast; burned my skin with the acid.
4.a. To execute or kill with fire: burning heretics at the stake. b. To execute by electrocution.
5.a. To make or produce by fire or heat: burn a hole in the rug. b. To dispel; dissipate: The sun burned off the fog.
6.a. To use as a fuel: a furnace that burns coal. b. To metabolize (glucose, for example) in the body.
7.To impart a sensation of intense heat to: The chili burned my mouth.
8.a. To irritate or inflame, as by chafing or sunburn. b. To let (oneself or a part of one's body) become sunburned.
9.To brand (an animal).
10.To harden or impart a finish to by subjecting to intense heat; fire: burn clay pots in a kiln.
11.To make angry: That remark really burns me.
12.a. To defeat in a contest, especially by a narrow margin. b. To inflict harm or hardship on; hurt: "Huge loan losses have burned banks in recent years" (Christian Science Monitor). c. To swindle or deceive; cheat: We really got burned on the used car we bought.
1.a. To undergo combustion. b. To admit of burning: Wood burns easily.
2.To consume fuel: a rocket stage designed to burn for three minutes before being jettisoned.
3.Physics. To undergo nuclear fission or fusion.
4.a. To emit heat or light by or as if by fire: campfires burning in the dark; the sun burning brightly in the sky. b. To become dissipated or to be dispelled by or as if by heat: The fog burned off as the sun came up.
5.To give off light; shine: a light burning over the door.
6.To be destroyed, injured, damaged, or changed by or as if by fire: a house that burned to the ground; eggs that burned and stuck to the pan.
7.a. To be very hot; bake: a desert burning under the midday sun. b. To feel or look hot: a child burning with fever. c. To impart a sensation of heat: a liniment that burns when first applied.
8.a. To become irritated or painful, as by chafing or inflammation: eyes burning from the smoke. b. To become sunburned or windburned.
9.To be consumed with strong emotion, especially:. a. To be or become angry: an insult that really made me burn. b. To be very eager: was burning with ambition.
10.To penetrate by or as if by intense heat or flames: enemy ground radar burning through the fighters' electronic jammers; a look that burned into them.
11.To be vividly or painfully present: shame burning in my heart.
12.a. To suffer punishment or death by or as if by fire: souls burning in hell. b. To be electrocuted.
1.An injury produced by fire, heat, radiation, electricity, or a caustic agent.
2.A burned place or area: a cigarette burn in the tablecloth.
3.The process or result of burning: The fire settled down to a steady burn.
4.A stinging sensation: the burn of alcohol on an open wound.
5.A sunburn or windburn.
6.Aerospace. A firing of a rocket.
- phrasal verb.
1.To stop burning from lack of fuel.
2.To wear out or make or become inoperative as a result of heat or friction: The short circuit burned out the fuse.
3.To cause (a property owner or a resident) to have to evacuate the premises because of fire: The shopkeeper was burned out by arsonists.
4.To make or become exhausted, especially as a result of long-term stress: "Hours are long, stress is high, and many recruits drop out or burn out" (Robert J. Samuelson).
1.To make angry: Their rudeness really burns me up.
2.To travel over or through at high speed: drag racers burning up the track.
burn (one's) bridges
To eliminate the possibility of return or retreat.
burn the candle at both ends or burn one's candle at both ends
To exhaust oneself or one's resources by leading a hectic or extravagant life.
burn the midnight oil
To work or study very late at night.
In great amounts: They had money to burn.
[Middle English burnen, from Old English beornan, to be on fire, and from bærnan, to set on fire.]
Synonyms: burn, scorch, singe, sear, char, parch. These verbs mean to injure or alter by means of intense heat or flames. Burn, the most general, applies to the effects of exposure to a source of heat or to something that can produce a similar effect: burned the rug with a cigarette; left the onions on the stove and burned them; burned my fingers by handling dry ice. Scorch usually refers to contact with flame or heated metal and involves superficial burning that discolors or damages the texture of something: afraid that the iron might scorch the sheet; trees that were scorched in a forest fire. Singe specifies superficial burning by brief exposure to flame and especially the deliberate removal of projections such as bristles or feathers from a carcass, such as a plucked fowl, before cooking: a grease fire that singed my eyelashes; singed the Thanksgiving turkey, then roasted it. Sear applies to surface burning of organic tissue, as by branding or cauterizing: Sear the lamb over high heat before lowering the flame and adding liquid. To char is most often to reduce a substance to carbon or charcoal by means of fire: The timbers of the house were charred by the raging fire. Parch in this sense emphasizes the drying and often fissuring of a surface from exposure to flame, the sun, or hot wind: The torrid rays of the sun parched the soil.
Excerpted from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Third Edition © 1996 by Houghton Mifflin Company. Electronic version licensed from INSO Corporation; further reproduction and distribution in accordance with the Copyright Law of the United States. All rights reserved.
Not so much.
Yeah, that's what happened to you.
Do you think he'll be manhandling women in those press conferences as well?
Trump ran out of personal thugs and sent a woman to attack a reporter.
Did Cosby feed you that line?
LOL poor Acosta, beating a woman because she was just to much for him.
Trump got mad that his caravan scam didn't work and he lost the house. His thugs realized he was destine for prison and they bailed on him. His next move will be to send Sarah into the press gaggle with a baseball bat.
there is no infringement happening as he is fake news and is violent
Well since you are one of the irredeemable you got to go!
re #21 & mm #23
I don't mean to ignore you, or be dismissive of your accusation.
Perhaps I'm currently unaware that you're absolutely 100% correct.
I'll never know until / unless someone, perhaps one or both of you will:
a) concisely quote the few words you take issue with
b) post your ostensibly logical justification for pretending I'm burned.
But so far, yours is not merely an unsubstantiated allegation, it's not even comprehensible.
If you'll make a persuasive case, I'll eagerly own up to it.
Right now, I have no idea what you base your claim on.
Trump told them the rules. ONE question each. Acosta didn't think those rules were for him so made an ass of himself and pushed Trump with more questions. Trump had his rules and he was under no obligation to put up with Acosta's tantrum. He got what he deserved.
It was her JOB to take the mic to each reporter for questions. Why do you lie so much?
Do you even care how stupid you sound? SMH...…..
It was her JOB to take the mic to each reporter for questions.
My Momma taught me not to snatch objects from the grasp of others.
Her job may have been to transport the mic from one reporter to the next. I doubt there's anything in her job description about being physically combative & aggressive with members of the 4th.
And it's his job to ask Trump questions whether he likes them or not. Trump and his supporters are hiding behind this woman in order to avoid the questions he asked.
Trump answered many questions during this press session so your position on its face is a lie. numerous news stories attest to the length and rambling nature of this press conference. Meanwhile it's a stupid notion to present the thought that he was hiding behind this woman when the woman clearly had nothing to do with the matter other than move a microphone from one person to another.
I believe you sincerely believe that.
More accurately what Trump provided was replies, rather than answers.
Trump's comments are frequently quite circular.
Trump's comment at the G7 on why Russia should be included was:
- Russia should be here because Putin deserves a place at the table. -
I know he has his finger on the button.
But I still can't take President Trump seriously. He's not presidential.
@Bugsy McGurk, take note, this is how you dodge.
Separate names with a comma.