Cramer: Trump no longer cares if his China policies hurt American businesses

  
Via:  krishna  •  2 months ago  •  76 comments

Cramer: Trump no longer cares if his China policies hurt American businesses
"Huawei has the best technology for the 5G wireless infrastructure build-out, but without components from American suppliers, that technology just doesn't work. They're gonna get beat," CNBC's Jim Cramer says.

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  • "Huawei has the best technology for the 5G wireless infrastructure build-out, but without components from American suppliers, that technology just doesn't work. They're gonna get beat," CNBC's Jim Cramer says.
  • "It could be the end for Huawei's 5G leadership," the "Mad Money" host says.

President Donald Trump has practically "blacklisted" Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei and made it crystal clear that he does not want American companies doing business with the country, CNBC's Jim Cramer said Thursday.

That tanked the shares of a group of chipmakers — Qualcomm QCOM , Skyworks Solutions SWKS , Broadcom AVGO , Micron MU , and Xilinx XLNX — as much as 7.3%, he argued.

"Huawei has the best technology for the 5G wireless infrastructure build-out, but without components from American suppliers, that technology just doesn't work. They're gonna get beat," the "Mad Money" host said. "It could be the end for Huawei's 5G leadership. That's a huge blow to this pioneering company that many in the industry actually feel is nothing but an arm of the [Chinese] Communist Party."

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Krishna
1  seeder  Krishna    2 months ago

On Wednesday, the Trump administration made a national emergency via executive order to regulate any business dealing with information or communications technology that "poses an unacceptable risk to the national security of the United States." The move bans American businesses from buying equipment from Huawei and requires a special license to sell components to the company, Cramer highlighted.

The semiconductor exchange-trade fund, which tracks chip stocks, slid 1.4%.

 
 
 
Greg Jones
1.1  Greg Jones  replied to  Krishna @1    2 months ago

China reneged on previous agreements, thinking they might get a really good and one sided trade deals if the Democrats somehow elect a president. Since that is unlikely, China will probably come to the table in good faith before too long.

Right now they have a very unfair trade policy.

Previous administrations have kowtowed to the Chi-coms, but Trump isn't likely to.

 
 
 
Freedom Warrior
1.2  Freedom Warrior  replied to  Krishna @1    2 months ago

I wonder if anyone will notice how this seed referencing tarrifs completely blows up the recent seed regarding the impact of tarrifs on $250 billion worth of chinese products and wholly supports my position on the same.

Meanwhile, we know the headline presents a distorted view of Trump's strategy and a narrative that targets the ignorant and naive individuals with a shallow understanding of the same.

 
 
 
Tessylo
1.2.1  Tessylo  replied to  Freedom Warrior @1.2    2 months ago

Mr. Expert on Everything!

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Bob Nelson
1.2.2  Bob Nelson  replied to  Tessylo @1.2.1    2 months ago

... and always right!

 
 
 
Krishna
2  seeder  Krishna    2 months ago

"This was a major escalation from the White House. Trump did the same thing to a smaller Chinese company not that long ago, ZTE, although he quickly walked it back," Cramer said. "This one feels different ... It's clear the president no longer cares if his actions hurt major American businesses."

 
 
 
Freedom Warrior
2.1  Freedom Warrior  replied to  Krishna @2    2 months ago

 Yep you know how those greedy bastards are in those corrupt megalomaniac corporations we can’t have any of that shit going on good thing is taken care of that don’t you think 

 
 
 
Dismayed Patriot
3  Dismayed Patriot    2 months ago

I can just see the Trump tweet now... "Huawei has the best technology, its a good thing Huawei is part of the United States, though still no proof Obama was born there...".

 
 
 
luther28
4  luther28    2 months ago

 Trump no longer cares if his China policies hurt American businesses

Not that I normally would dispute something emanating from someone with greater knowledge than I on a subject, but I would propose to Mr. Cramer that Mr. Trump never cared if his policies hurt anyone or any thing.

That is any thing that does not have his name on it.

 
 
 
Freedom Warrior
4.1  Freedom Warrior  replied to  luther28 @4    2 months ago

 It’s a good thing then that his policies don’t really hurt anybody.

 
 
 
Kavika
4.1.1  Kavika   replied to  Freedom Warrior @4.1    2 months ago
It’s a good thing then that his policies don’t really hurt anybody.

Is that why there was  $12 billion dollar bailout of the farmers, followed last week by another $15 billion to help out the farmers being hurts by the tariffs. 

That is a fact as you well know. 

You're certainly entitled to go completely fact less once again.

 
 
 
Ender
4.1.2  Ender  replied to  Kavika @4.1.1    2 months ago

Did you see this?

A Brazilian U.S. subsidiary is being paid over $60 million in aid aimed at helping American farmers weather President Donald Trump’s trade war, according to media reports. The U.S. Department of Agriculture is paying $40.1 million to buy pork from JBS USA— a subsidiary of Brazil-based JBS SA — using American taxpayer bailout funds intended to help U.S. farmers. That’s in addition to previously awarded pork contracts for $22.3 million, The Greeley Tribune reported Thursday.

The owners of this foreign company even spent time in jail in their home country for corruption/bribing elected officials. And this,

The Justice Department is probing JBS for possible violations in the U.S. of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act

This is who is getting the money.

 
 
 
Freedom Warrior
4.1.3  Freedom Warrior  replied to  Kavika @4.1.1    2 months ago

 So what you’re saying is that they weren’t hurt as a result of  trumps policy to subsidize the Farmers 

 
 
 
Freedom Warrior
4.1.4  Freedom Warrior  replied to  Freedom Warrior @4.1.3    2 months ago

 Besides then what the real fact is is that it was China’s policy not trumps policy that affected the farmers. 

 
 
 
Buzz of the Orient
4.1.5  Buzz of the Orient  replied to  Freedom Warrior @4.1.4    2 months ago

That comment is absolutely hilarious. jrSmiley_86_smiley_image.gifjrSmiley_88_smiley_image.gif

You should do "Standup", although the Catskills are no longer a popular venue. 

 
 
 
Kavika
4.1.6  Kavika   replied to  Freedom Warrior @4.1.3    2 months ago
So what you’re saying is that they weren’t hurt as a result of  trumps policy to subsidize the Farmers 

Not at all, I was quite clear in what I said. Your inability to accept facts is on you...

The links I've provided you on other articles on this exact matter are factual, you of course don't know how to deal with facts....I guess one could say that your ''fact less''.....

 
 
 
Kavika
4.1.7  Kavika   replied to  Freedom Warrior @4.1.4    2 months ago
 Besides then what the real fact is is that it was China’s policy not trumps policy that affected the farmers. 

Not at all....keep up with that pretzel logic though, it's entertaining if nothing else. 

 
 
 
Kavika
4.1.8  Kavika   replied to  Ender @4.1.2    2 months ago

I hadn't seen that, but it isn't surprising considering some of the so called agency heads in this administration. 

 
 
 
Freedom Warrior
4.1.9  Freedom Warrior  replied to  Kavika @4.1.7    2 months ago

 Is is not your claim that Chinese tariffs  and direct meddling in the 2020 presidential election.that are impacting Farmers ergo China’s policy.

 
 
 
Freedom Warrior
4.1.10  Freedom Warrior  replied to  Buzz of the Orient @4.1.5    2 months ago

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Kavika
4.1.11  Kavika   replied to  Freedom Warrior @4.1.9    2 months ago
Is is not your claim that Chinese tariffs  and direct meddling in the 2020 presidential election.that are impacting Farmers ergo China’s policy.

No.....

Sounds like you have no facts to back up anything that you state on here. Nothing new, you've been doing that for quite some time....Tiger, stripes and all that. 

Your comments remind me of the old saying, ''If bullshit were dollar bills you'd be independently wealthy'' 

 
 
 
Freedom Warrior
4.1.12  Freedom Warrior  replied to  Kavika @4.1.11    2 months ago

  If it’s not Chinese tariffs that are impacting Farmers and the benefits that Trump is providing to them then what is your claim 

 
 
 
Freedom Warrior
4.1.13  Freedom Warrior  replied to  Kavika @4.1.11    2 months ago

 Oh yeah I just checked again and that’s exactly what you said was that it was Chinese tariffs that were affecting farmers.

 
 
 
Kavika
4.1.14  Kavika   replied to  Freedom Warrior @4.1.12    2 months ago

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Kavika
4.1.15  Kavika   replied to  Freedom Warrior @4.1.13    2 months ago
Oh yeah I just checked again and that’s exactly what you said was that it was Chinese tariffs that were affecting farmers.

Here is your comment...

Is is not your claim that Chinese tariffs  and direct meddling in the 2020 presidential election.that are impacting Farmers ergo China’s policy.

Post my comment where I said anything about meddling in the 2020 presidential election and  Chinese tariffs....

That wasn't even a good try, more of a putz comment from you Freedom Warrior...

 
 
 
Freedom Warrior
4.1.16  Freedom Warrior  replied to  Kavika @4.1.14    2 months ago

In 4.1.1 you say Farmers are being hurt by tarrifs   And then you act indignant  over me pointing out what you said. 

 There’s no defense for your statement that’s probably why you’re acting that way. 

 
 
 
Freedom Warrior
4.1.17  Freedom Warrior  replied to  Kavika @4.1.15    2 months ago

 So you don’t think any tariffs are being applied by the Chinese to the US farmers products.  Meanwhile I can provide you a list if you’d like. 

 
 
 
Kavika
4.1.18  Kavika   replied to  Freedom Warrior @4.1.16    2 months ago

I'm not indignant at all, more like amused by your fact less comments....jrSmiley_4_smiley_image.png

 
 
 
Kavika
4.1.19  Kavika   replied to  Freedom Warrior @4.1.17    2 months ago
So you don’t think any tariffs are being applied by the Chinese to the US farmers products.  Meanwhile I can provide you a list if you’d like. 

Never said anything such thing...More of your inability to provide any facts for you nonsense comments...

You were the one that claimed that the farmers were not being hurt by the tariffs....LOLOLOL

 
 
 
Freedom Warrior
4.1.20  Freedom Warrior  replied to  Kavika @4.1.19    2 months ago

 What I said was that the Farmers weren’t being hurt by Trump policy if anything  they were being assisted by Trump policy by virtue of subsidies. Further  they were being hurt by Chinese tariffs and now you reversed course in a vague sort of way to say that you didn’t say it yet you did say it so you’re just really playing games but the real truth of the matter is is that either the Chinese have applied tariffs or they haven’t,  state your position clearly. 

 
 
 
Kavika
4.1.21  Kavika   replied to  Freedom Warrior @4.1.20    2 months ago

Didn't change course at all. 

I've been clear from the beginning. It's you that seems to be changing course and backtracking on your so called position...

 
 
 
Freedom Warrior
4.1.22  Freedom Warrior  replied to  Kavika @4.1.21    2 months ago

 Well we can leave it like this we know the Chinese tariffs are being applied to US farmers specifically for the purpose of meddling in the 2020 election and  you disagree.  We can provide a extensive list of those tariffs that are being applied by the Chinese to US farm products and we know that those are impacting them to the extent that Trump has decided to provide mitigating benefits.  And perhaps you disagree with that as well yet I can’t imagine anybody doing that honestly. 

 
 
 
Buzz of the Orient
4.1.23  Buzz of the Orient  replied to  Kavika @4.1.15    2 months ago

Seems to me that there is at least one member here who is in denial that Trump started the tariff war, and so the cause for the farmers being hurt is because of his doing so.  I would think that that member also believes the USA started the war against Japan.

 
 
 
Buzz of the Orient
4.1.24  Buzz of the Orient  replied to  Freedom Warrior @4.1.22    2 months ago

Who started the tariff war?  Trump started the tariff war.  If Trump had not started the tariff war, the American farmers would still be selling their soybeans to China. Everyone, and EVERY COUNTRY is entitled to fight back to defend itself when a war is started against them.  And what kind of DREAM is it that China is meddling in the 2020 election by defending itself by retaliating in a war started by Trump?

 
 
 
Freedom Warrior
4.1.25  Freedom Warrior  replied to  Buzz of the Orient @4.1.24    2 months ago

So in your view China can do whatever it pleases and lable it self defense and anyone who disagrees with that approach is the problem.  That basically defines the essence of IMPASSE!

 
 
 
Buzz of the Orient
4.1.26  Buzz of the Orient  replied to  Freedom Warrior @4.1.25    2 months ago

You said the magic word, now do us all a favour and LIVE it.

 
 
 
Freedom Warrior
4.1.27  Freedom Warrior  replied to  Buzz of the Orient @4.1.26    2 months ago

Vivir una vida libre es la Victoria.

 
 
 
Buzz of the Orient
5  Buzz of the Orient    2 months ago

What if China were to retaliate by banning the provision of rare earth elements to the USA?

 
 
 
Freedom Warrior
5.1  Freedom Warrior  replied to  Buzz of the Orient @5    2 months ago

Maybe they should start a war.  It’s not as if they are not preparing for one. 

 
 
 
Buzz of the Orient
5.1.1  Buzz of the Orient  replied to  Freedom Warrior @5.1    2 months ago

I truly doubt China will START a war, but maybe they ARE PREPARING for a war, a DEFENSIVE one, because they don't want to be raped and plundered YET AGAIN as they were in the Opium Wars and by the Japanese savages in WWII.  This time, anyone who wants to try to make war on China will pay a VERY HEAVY PRICE.  Napoleon warned to let China sleep, and he knew what he was talking about.

 
 
 
Freedom Warrior
5.1.2  Freedom Warrior  replied to  Buzz of the Orient @5.1.1    2 months ago

  Will they already started a trade war among other aggressive acts  which in previous times have been considered acts  of war. 

 
 
 
Buzz of the Orient
5.1.3  Buzz of the Orient  replied to  Freedom Warrior @5.1.2    2 months ago

Oh? Facts please. I'd like to know what your paranoid sources are that say that they already started a trade war.  I know exactly what you will say are aggressive acts, but I say they are historically entitled, and if it's not considered an act of war these days then so what?  As I already said in so many words, someone woke a sleeping tiger, and maybe it's going to bite them for doing so.  Is it your opinion that the USA sets the policies that the rest of the world must follow?

 
 
 
Freedom Warrior
5.1.4  Freedom Warrior  replied to  Buzz of the Orient @5.1.3    2 months ago

Look I know you are an apologist for China's skullduggery.  i think I just read you are living there. Probably helps explain the defensiveness.  Time will tell if China comes to understand the value of freedom but for now I have no reason to believe they will.

 
 
 
Ender
6  Ender    2 months ago
Toyota Motor Corp. rebuked President Donald Trump’s declaration that imported cars threaten U.S. national security, signaling contentious talks are ahead for the White House and America’s key trading partners.

In an unusually strong-worded statement, Japan’s largest automaker said Trump’s proclamation Friday that the U.S. needs to defend itself against foreign cars and components “sends a message to Toyota that our investments are not welcomed.” The company said it has spent more than $60 billion building operations in the country, including 10 manufacturing plants.

Trump earlier Friday agreed with the conclusions of his Commerce Department, which investigated imports of vehicles and auto parts and found they harm national security by having led to a declining market share for “American-owned” carmakers since the 1980s. The White House set a 180-day deadline for negotiating deals with Japan, the European Union and other major auto exporters.

Toyota said it remains hopeful that those talks can be resolved quickly, but warned that curbing imports would force U.S. consumers to pay more and be counterproductive for jobs and the economy. The company’s critique comes two months after its pledge to add $3 billion to a years-long U.S. investment plan.

Representatives for other automakers were more diplomatic but also registered concern about the Trump administration's saber-rattling. The Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers, a trade group representing a dozen of the largest domestic and foreign carmakers with operations in the U.S., warned Friday that higher prices from tariffs could put 700,000 American jobs at risk.

``We are deeply concerned that the administration continues to consider imposing auto tariffs,'' the car lobby said in a statement. ``By boosting car prices across the board and driving up car repair and maintenance costs, tariffs are essentially a massive tax on consumers.''
 
 
 
It Is ME
7  It Is ME    2 months ago

https://slate.com/technology/2019/01/5g-mobile-wireless-network-hype-consumers-fcc.html

Telecom Companies Are Seriously Overhyping 5G Networks
The marketing gimmicks would be hilarious if they didn’t come with potentially major consequences.

Despite the fact that we’re years away from 5G’s nationwide commercial rollout—some analysts have predicted that we won’t see widespread deployment of strong 5G services in the U.S. until 2022 or 2023—and have yet to see any of these predictions come to fruition, telecommunications companies insist that the 5G revolution is already here, or just around the corner. This month brought a comical example when AT&T announced that it would begin offering what it misleadingly called “5G E,” which, in reality, is really only a slight upgrade to its current 4G LTE network. T-Mobile subsequently mocked AT&T by tweeting the message, “didn’t realize it was this easy, brb updating,” along with a video of someone putting a small piece of tape labeled “9G” over their smartphone’s network status bar icon. The backlash hasn’t deterred AT&T, which is still advertising that it’s “America’s best wireless network … now with 5G E.”

As former FCC Chairman Michael Powell recently said, expressing skepticism over wireless industry’s hype, “5G is 25 percent technology, 75 percent marketing.” Though Powell now represents and speaks on behalf of a major cable industry group, which has its own motivations for challenging the veracity of the wireless industry’s claims about 5G, his underlying point is well taken.

This kind of hype and overselling of an emerging technology, of course, isn’t unique. The prospect of new capabilities has always fueled excitement by enthusiasts who believe it will radically transform lives, and by those hoping to cash in. 5G may very well usher in profound changes in our technological capabilities. But the benefits are years from coming to fruition—and we shouldn’t let our eagerness to see those benefits cloud our judgment about what’s realistic and what will actually benefit those living in that future.

It's all about the money:

For one, there’s the issue of companies trying to encourage their customers to upgrade to new, 5G-enabled smartphones (the first of which are set to come out the first half of this year)—which could cost them $200 to $300 more than current 4G-era smartphones—before the new networks are up and running, before carriers have announced the terms or pricing for their forthcoming 5G wireless plans, and before we have a sense of just how good these new networks will actually be nationwide.

 
 
 
It Is ME
8  It Is ME    2 months ago

Jim Cramer is not the Best and the Brightest to listen too !

 
 
 
Bob Nelson
8.1  Bob Nelson  replied to  It Is ME @8    2 months ago

Could you please, please, please learn the proper usage of simple words like "to" and "too"? I have to re-read your posts every time...

 
 
 
Buzz of the Orient
8.1.1  Buzz of the Orient  replied to  Bob Nelson @8.1    2 months ago
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Bob Nelson
8.1.2  Bob Nelson  replied to  Buzz of the Orient @8.1.1    2 months ago

True.

there they're their

your you're

too to two

site sight

rite right

... and many, many more...

If English is too (not "to") difficult, we could all learn Spanish. Or Mandarin.

 
 
 
Buzz of the Orient
8.1.3  Buzz of the Orient  replied to  Bob Nelson @8.1.2    2 months ago
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Bob Nelson
8.1.4  Bob Nelson  replied to  Buzz of the Orient @8.1.3    2 months ago

knight of yore...

 
 
 
It Is ME
8.1.5  It Is ME  replied to  Buzz of the Orient @8.1.1    2 months ago

Spill Chickers, even though they know what one meant, just have this need to stand on a soap box to shout anything but what the conversation was ACTUALLY about !

 
 
 
Texan1211
8.1.6  Texan1211  replied to  Bob Nelson @8.1    2 months ago
Could you please, please, please learn the proper usage of simple words like "to" and "too"? I have to re-read your posts every time...

Can you read and understand the following?

For emaxlpe, it deson’t mttaer in waht oredr the ltteers in a wrod aepapr, the olny iprmoatnt tihng is taht the frist and lsat ltteer are in the rghit pcale. The rset can be a toatl mses and you can sitll raed it wouthit pobelrm.
S1M1L4RLY, Y0UR M1ND 15 R34D1NG 7H15 4U70M471C4LLY W17H0U7 3V3N 7H1NK1NG 4B0U7 17.

 
 
 
Bob Nelson
8.1.7  Bob Nelson  replied to  Texan1211 @8.1.6    2 months ago

When deciphering, the mind is concentrated, expecting complications.

When reading, the mind is on automatic pilot; speed bumps are unwelcome.

 
 
 
Texan1211
8.1.8  Texan1211  replied to  Bob Nelson @8.1.7    2 months ago

The point is that he got his message across. You KNEW what he meant--no matter how it was spelled or what particular words he used.

You read that without concentrating--you just read it like millions of others would. Nothing really to decipher.

 
 
 
katrix
8.1.9  katrix  replied to  Bob Nelson @8.1.7    2 months ago

It's juvenile, for one thing - and it makes me assume the content of the comments will be as bad as the format.  It's difficult to presume intelligence when you see comments like that.  I presume the opposite, actually.

 
 
 
Bob Nelson
8.1.10  Bob Nelson  replied to  Texan1211 @8.1.8    2 months ago
You KNEW what he meant--no matter how it was spelled or what particular words he used.

No. I knew only after re-reading.

It's rude to require re-reading because one is too (not "to") lazy to learn basic English.

 
 
 
Bob Nelson
8.1.11  Bob Nelson  replied to  katrix @8.1.9    2 months ago

Precisely.

 
 
 
Tessylo
8.1.12  Tessylo  replied to  katrix @8.1.9    2 months ago
'It's juvenile, for one thing - and it makes me assume the content of the comments will be as bad as the format.  It's difficult to presume intelligence when you see comments like that'

I feel exactly the same way.  

 
 
 
Texan1211
8.1.13  Texan1211  replied to  Bob Nelson @8.1.10    2 months ago

it is also rude to correct others' grammar unless you are their teacher or parent.

 
 
 
Bob Nelson
8.1.14  Bob Nelson  replied to  Texan1211 @8.1.13    2 months ago

Seriously?

 
 
 
Texan1211
8.1.15  Texan1211  replied to  Bob Nelson @8.1.14    2 months ago
Seriously?

Yes. Lots of people are taught those things by their parents, and some just learn on their own over a lifetime.

Some obviously never learn it.

 
 
 
Buzz of the Orient
8.1.16  Buzz of the Orient  replied to  It Is ME @8.1.5    2 months ago

Although, having been an English teacher for foreign students, I am always tempted to correct others' errors, but I don't because I only wish I could speak their language as well as they can speak mine.

 
 
 
Bob Nelson
8.1.17  Bob Nelson  replied to  Texan1211 @8.1.15    2 months ago

My parents have been dead for a long time.

Is my grammar exempt from correction?

   jrSmiley_26_smiley_image.gif

 
 
 
Bob Nelson
8.1.18  Bob Nelson  replied to  Buzz of the Orient @8.1.16    2 months ago
I only wish I could speak their language as well as they can speak mine.

Good point.

Mistakes in a second language are understandable.

Even in one's first language, mistakes about difficult points are understandable. That was not my complaint.

IMNAAHO, sloppy mastery of ordinary language is not understandable, and not excusable. It is entirely within the writer's capabilities to write correctly.

Sloppy usage of ordinary language shows the writer's disdain for the reader.

 
 
 
Tessylo
8.1.19  Tessylo  replied to  Texan1211 @8.1.13    2 months ago

It's not rude at all. [deleted]

 
 
 
katrix
8.1.20  katrix  replied to  Texan1211 @8.1.13    2 months ago

What's rude is someone deliberately using poor grammar, excessive emojis and fonts, and weird punctuation.  Just as typing in all caps is considered yelling - it appears to be a pathetic attempt to get attention when a person has nothing valid to say.

 
 
 
Bob Nelson
8.1.21  Bob Nelson  replied to  katrix @8.1.20    2 months ago

Yup

 
 
 
Dean Moriarty
8.1.22  Dean Moriarty  replied to  Bob Nelson @8.1.21    2 months ago

I was always surprised at how much support the retired newspaper editor on this site got for arguing an opposite position on the all caps, extra large font and excessive use of colored fonts. 

 
 
 
Texan1211
8.1.23  Texan1211  replied to  Bob Nelson @8.1.17    2 months ago
My parents have been dead for a long time.
Is my grammar exempt from correction?

Well, I certainly won't be the one to correct you on it.

It adds ZERO to the conversation and I think all adults understood what the point of the comment was--no matter the grammar or punctuation or spelling.

 
 
 
Texan1211
8.1.24  Texan1211  replied to  katrix @8.1.20    2 months ago
What's rude is someone deliberately using poor grammar, excessive emojis and fonts, and weird punctuation. Just as typing in all caps is considered yelling - it appears to be a pathetic attempt to get attention when a person has nothing valid to say.

I had no idea that an extra "o" on a word would set off so many triggers. Perhaps it was a simple typo and not some nefarious plot to rile up members?

What is funny is that one poster here regularly and invariably posts using words incorrectly and no punctuation, or wrong punctuation, and I have NEVER seen one of you call him out. Now, his posts you HAVE to re-read to figure out what he is trying to (cleverly?) say, but I just gave up on it and ignore him.

 
 
 
katrix
8.1.25  katrix  replied to  Texan1211 @8.1.24    2 months ago

I didn't actually call out this poster, either - I joined a conversation that was going on. 

No matter who does it, it's incredibly annoying and detracts from the value of the person's comments.  If everyone ignored those people, maybe that would be an incentive for them to stop being so rude.

 
 
 
Tessylo
8.1.26  Tessylo  replied to  katrix @8.1.20    2 months ago
'What's rude is someone deliberately using poor grammar, excessive emojis and fonts, and weird punctuation.  Just as typing in all caps is considered yelling - it appears to be a pathetic attempt to get attention when a person has nothing valid to say.'
That's how it appears to me as well.  

 
 
 
bbl-1
9  bbl-1    2 months ago

"Trump no longer cares."  Could have left it at that.  As if he ever cared about anything except himself anyway.

 
 
 
Thrawn 31
10  Thrawn 31    2 months ago
Trump No Longer Cares If His China Policies Hurt American Businesses

He never has. All that matters to him, all that has ever mattered to him is what is good for him personally. That is it, everything and everyone else can go fuck themselves as long as he comes out on top. 

 
 
 
Split Personality
11  Split Personality    2 months ago

Seeder missing from Article for days. Current conversations are off topic and meta.

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