Uncorked Monday

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Tennessee Sen. Bob Corker (R) blasted President Donald Trump in a scathing interview with The New York Times on Sunday, saying the “vast majority” of congressional Republicans were concerned with the president’s volatile behavior and that rhetoric from the White House could set America “on the path to World War III.”

During the interview ― an unprecedented assessment of the head of the senator’s own party ― Corker said Trump concerns him and that the president’s proclivity for Twitter tirades had “hurt” the country during times of negotiation.

“I know he has hurt, in several instances, he’s hurt us as it relates to negotiations that were underway by tweeting things out,” Corker said, adding that “everyone knows” the “president tweets out things that are not true.”

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25 Responses to Uncorked Monday

  1. Den says:

    Well surprise. surprise a pugger speaks truth about idiot rich boy, now if only we could have the whole bunch arrested for being assholes in public wasting BILLIONS of taxpayer dollars…

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  2. Micki says:

    Then, this one comes along and feeds the base more red meat…perfect spot to make the announcement…HAZARD, KY

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  3. Micki says:

    Help! If anyone who knows sees this right away…

    I’m buying new tires at Les Schwab – is siping
    necessary?

    Siping is the process of cutting thin slits across the surface of a tire to improve traction for driving in snowy, wet or icy conditions. Siping can also help manage tire heat when the road is overly hot.

    Siping is done by placing your tires (new or used) on a specially designed machine that rotates your tires while making small, nearly invisible 90-degree cuts in your tread. It’s actually easier to tell if a tire is siped by the improvement in vehicle handling than by visual inspection.

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    • David B. Benson says:

      https://community.cartalk.com/t/tire-siping/41742/12
      And lots more opinion by searching for
      Siping tires pros and cons

      I hold with the crowd which sayeth that if it were good tire manufacturers would do it.

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    • Carol ٩(-̮̮̃-̃)۶ says:

      Never heard of that, sounds weird. Den would know, he’s the car guy here.

      I stand with Doc though, if it were a good thing the tire mfgs would sell them that way.

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    • Den says:

      Sorry I’m late…Siping is unneeded BS, get a M+S rated tire (Mud and Snow) and go.

      It would probably help with the real wide low profile tires as they have limited tread grooves but a car or SUV needs whatever size the manufacturer requires. You start playing around with tire sizes, diameter-wise, and it will affect your speedometer readings.

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      • Carol ٩(-̮̮̃-̃)۶ says:

        See? I told you Den would know. His expertise includes tires.

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      • Micki says:

        Thanks, y’all for your guidance and input…before I bought, I had only seen Dr. B’s comment…I decided against the siping…he confirmed my instincts. Post-purchase, I was glad to see that Den agreed with that decision. Whew!

        This is the first set up tires I’ve ever purchased…I’m not useless, but that task always fell into the other side of the division of labor ledger…

        I’m driving to California soon to see the new place my San Francisco daughter and s-i-l bought in Mendocino County on the Pacific and the Navarro River. Someday they say they’ll retire there…it’ll be a while! In the meantime, it’ll be their escape place and a vacation rental.

        I’m good to go! New tires and new wiper blades. What could go wrong? 😉

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  4. David B. Benson says:

    Minutes: 13.

    Linguini al fredo.

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  5. Carol ٩(-̮̮̃-̃)۶ says:

    Another warm day here, A/C was needed once again. What a weird Fall.

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  6. Den says:

    What some clowns will go through for some oxygen,

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