"Hachi"
tinystankhoe
8/30/19
12:30 AM
1

No need to apologize. I hope we’ll still keep running into each other, here and elsewhere. And we’ll always have...

6/28/19
10:57 PM
1

Sad part is Buttigieg already did fire one chief—Darryl Boykins, who was recording white cops using racist language without their knowledge.

6/28/19
7:10 PM
4

And Biden, looking around to see what everyone else was doing before meekly raising his hand.

6/28/19
6:13 PM
2

I don’t pay attention to Chuck Todd so I wasn’t sure. I’ve been reading my news a lot more than I watch it and even so, it’s never him. 

6/28/19
6:10 PM
3

Not Hachi, but I imagine it is a combination of an extremely softball interview with 45 and caterwauling about AOC referring to the southern border camps as concentration camps.  Or that’s what has me on that Fuck Chuck Todd bandwagon.

6/28/19
5:19 PM
4

Eh, I prefer that to the 2016 republican debate shitshow where everyone just screamed over each other. 

6/28/19
4:46 PM
2

Yeah, he was doing OK until Swallwell butted in...and then that silent stare was so unsettling. He was probably wisely taking a beat rather than engaging with the clearly eager to attack Swallwell, but it looked bad, especially as Buttigieg cannot build a reputation as a serial police chief firer. Counter-punching Read more

6/28/19
2:11 PM
5

God, even Chris Christie is on the Fuck Chuck Todd bandwagon.

6/28/19
1:59 PM
4

Memo to Chuck Todd: down-the-line rapid-fire Q&As don’t work for these candidates. They malfunction if they cannot spit out a wordy idea. Also, how he allowed on TV with that distractingly bad facial hair? That’s a beard made for radio, or podcasting.

6/28/19
1:01 PM
3

Yeah, true. I generally like people owning up to failures and mistakes. I think this just didn't feel like that to me. Maybe I'm being unfair, I don't know. 

6/27/19
9:47 AM
4

Yeah, it was... odd. I’m not sure how I feel about it, because in some sense it’s nice, but beto was just so awkward about it.