Thread: 2017 State of the Union Address Drinking Game

LeglizHemp - 2/28/2017 at 10:46 PM

http://www.debatedrinking.com/state-of-the-union-drinking-game

2017 State of the Union Address Drinking Game
February 28, 2017 - 9:00PM ET

Whether they call it a State of the Union Address, an address to a joint (hehehe we said joint) session of Congress, or just a Presidential Address, we will be drinking along!

THE RULES ARE SIMPLE

The rules for the Presidential Address drinking game will be the same as the debates. Each candidate Trump will have a few words unique to him. In addition, we will have three 'community' words.

STEP ONE: PICK A SIDE

This is a game afterall, and games are more fun when you are competing. If you are having a party, we recommend dividing into teams.

If you are drinking to
Trump 1 (red):

Infrastructure
Together
Tremendous
Future
Invest(ment)
Truth


If you are drinking to
Trump 2 (blue):

Terrible
Disaster
Out of Control
Fake
Illegal
Zombie Apocalypse

Community Words (Everyone drinks)

Bigly (or Big League)
Border
Jobs

STEP 2: WATCH

Tune in to the speech at 9:00 (Eastern) and follow along with our real-time, live-streaming, drink-totaling, over-hyphenated, magic scoreboard. https://www.youtube.com/user/DebateDrinking/live

STEP 3: DRINK!

When you hear a word on your selected list of drink words - take a drink*! We recommend something domestic - we are drinking for America after all.

*We define a drink as a gulp of beer or sip of wine or liquor. Know your limits and please drink responsibly.


LeglizHemp - 2/28/2017 at 11:04 PM

i'm starting early to cover the 1st 15 mins


LeglizHemp - 2/28/2017 at 11:09 PM

LOL this is hilarious....watch the video

A Bagel Turned a Train Car of Brits into Angry Children

https://www.vice.com/en_us/article/bagelgate-or-a-study-in-british-aggro


porkchopbob - 2/28/2017 at 11:09 PM

His supporters should have to chug until he gets to the end of a complete sentence. Easy way to make Wednesday "A Day Without Trump Supporters".


LeglizHemp - 3/1/2017 at 12:28 AM

hmmmmm...has Trumps Wall become a metaphor for increased enforcement and and more "troops and technology" to stop unproved border crossings....not a physical wall?


LeglizHemp - 3/1/2017 at 01:20 AM

what color will trumps tie be?

Red....with tape on the back


LeglizHemp - 3/1/2017 at 01:37 AM

saw him leave white house....maybe black


LeglizHemp - 3/1/2017 at 01:43 AM

Pence and Ryan.....Blue ties


LeglizHemp - 3/1/2017 at 01:45 AM

i feel like music from that old flip wilson show....skit he had......Here Comes the Judge, Here Comes the Judge

or was that laugh-in?

[Edited on 3/1/2017 by LeglizHemp]


LeglizHemp - 3/1/2017 at 02:07 AM

Navy /Silver tie i am told...


LeglizHemp - 3/1/2017 at 02:17 AM

Far Out


OriginalGoober - 3/1/2017 at 02:27 AM

He acknowledged the K. C. shootings. Good job.


OriginalGoober - 3/1/2017 at 02:28 AM

He's building the wall!!!!!!


LeglizHemp - 3/1/2017 at 02:41 AM

this is weird


LeglizHemp - 3/1/2017 at 02:47 AM

http://www.calendarpedia.com/when-is/pancake-day.html


LeglizHemp - 3/1/2017 at 03:11 AM

huh


2112 - 3/1/2017 at 03:32 AM

quote:
He's building the wall!!!!!!


If only he would actually build it himself. It would be the greatest wall the world has ever seen, believe me. A fantastic wall! And it would keep him busy away from destroying the country by doing other things, like trying to lead. That is something I can get behind.


MartinD28 - 3/1/2017 at 12:26 PM

quote:
He's building the wall!!!!!!


We'll see about that.

goob - Will you use 6 exclamation points to accentuate your happiness when you find out that YOUR tax dollars pay for it w/out reimbursement or payment by Mexico?

goob - Will you consider it a campaign promise broken and give the great negotiator a pass?


heineken515 - 3/1/2017 at 02:38 PM

Meanwhile, the Dow is over 21000


LeglizHemp - 3/1/2017 at 03:05 PM

mostly sobered up now so here's my take

lots of glossy talk, some contradictory to things he said in last few days. most of the speech seemed to be meant to back his own party into a box and sets up blame to be placed on congress and liberals in general. nothing new there i guess. but his pie in the sky talk and no responsibility for how it gets done, congress is in a world of hurt.

i just found it weird.


Bhawk - 3/1/2017 at 03:15 PM

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Meanwhile, the Dow is over 21000


IKR!!!!! It totally hasn't been trending up steadily for the last 8 years or anything, until now! Huge!


heineken515 - 3/1/2017 at 04:30 PM

So you are saying the day after that speech, at present +255 is due to previous 8 years ?

Gotcha, I understand.


heineken515 - 3/1/2017 at 04:42 PM

Hawk, I'm dropping it.

I know how you feel about our Prez, no need to pursue this, I should've known better to post to begin with.


porkchopbob - 3/1/2017 at 04:53 PM

quote:
So you are saying the day after that speech, at present +255 is due to previous 8 years ?

Gotcha, I understand.


While faith in Trump lifting regulations in the market has contributed to the DOW rising, it is a little more complicated than anything that either Obama or Trump can take complete credit for. Regulation isn't bad by nature, it is intended to keep us from completely bottoming out - the star that burns the brightest burns the fastest.

While Trump managed coherent sentences last night, it was still a lot of the same jingoist nonsense that we have gotten used to hearing from him. Lots of generalizing and taking credit. I found the finger shaking at the Democrats to be pretty petty considering the last 8 years. Trump has an agenda, but just as Hillary would have had to address Trump's supporters' needs and concerns, it would go a long way if Trump attempted to reach across the aisle (though it's easier for him not to since Republicans control the House and Senate). He's still a bull in a China shop.


Bhawk - 3/1/2017 at 05:12 PM

quote:
So you are saying the day after that speech, at present +255 is due to previous 8 years ?

Gotcha, I understand.


No. Given how Trump described the world when he took office, the Dow was at zero and has grown all 21,000 points since the inauguration.


Bhawk - 3/1/2017 at 05:12 PM

quote:
Hawk, I'm dropping it.

I know how you feel about our Prez, no need to pursue this, I should've known better to post to begin with.


You have no idea how I feel about the President, but nice to see you've already decided what that is.


BoytonBrother - 3/1/2017 at 10:05 PM

quote:
Meanwhile, the Dow is over 21000


Oh this is why you chose him over the 17 other Republican nominees? For a minute, I thought the admiration stemmed from his willingness to disparage people you might not like. My bad.


OriginalGoober - 3/2/2017 at 12:16 AM


Speaking of choices, whose idea was it to assign the democratic rebuttle to someone so insignificant in this moment in time?


porkchopbob - 3/2/2017 at 01:56 AM

quote:
Speaking of choices, whose idea was it to assign the democratic rebuttle to someone so insignificant in this moment in time?


If you think a well-respected former Governor with decades of public service is insignificant, I have news about you Goobs

But I think you know the answer to your question. It was about the message, not the messenger, and it needed to come from a veteran head of state and not Corey Booker or Al Franken, which probably would have distracted.

But again, I know the news you are used to watching concentrates on the presentation, but it's important to hear what people actually say.


nebish - 3/2/2017 at 04:13 PM

quote:
quote:
Hawk, I'm dropping it.

I know how you feel about our Prez, no need to pursue this, I should've known better to post to begin with.


You have no idea how I feel about the President, but nice to see you've already decided what that is.


Don't we all make judgements and form opinion about how other forum members feel about a certain topic based on what they post? So isn't it reasonable for one member here to form an opinion how you feel about the President based reading any posts you've made related to the topic? To say that somebody has "no idea" how you feel implies that either you have never posted commentary on the President before, the other member in question has never read any of your posts, or an incorrect conclusion has been reached. If you feel you are being mischaracterized why not clarify or correct?


nebish - 3/2/2017 at 04:16 PM

quote:
quote:
Speaking of choices, whose idea was it to assign the democratic rebuttle to someone so insignificant in this moment in time?


If you think a well-respected former Governor with decades of public service is insignificant, I have news about you Goobs

But I think you know the answer to your question. It was about the message, not the messenger, and it needed to come from a veteran head of state and not Corey Booker or Al Franken, which probably would have distracted.

But again, I know the news you are used to watching concentrates on the presentation, but it's important to hear what people actually say.



Brian Williams in MSNBC's post speech coverage questioned Schumer on why somebody more central to the effort to resist or offer alternatives to Trump's agenda not give the rebuttal. Was that the news outlet of choice you believed goober was listening to?


porkchopbob - 3/2/2017 at 04:52 PM

quote:
Brian Williams in MSNBC's post speech coverage questioned Schumer on why somebody more central to the effort to resist or offer alternatives to Trump's agenda not give the rebuttal. Was that the news outlet of choice you believed goober was listening to?


Pick one. Any news network. The major networks tend to focus on presentation over content in an effort to appear objective. During the campaigns, they focus on the horse race not necessarily the message and how effective candidates' messages resonate with voters. It can be interesting, as political science, but it's not terribly informative. After Trum's speech, rather than commenting on the content, many of the TV news readers were quick to comment on how Trump looked more "Presidential" than ever just because he was able to speak without hyperventilating, even though he covered mostly the same broad material he has said for the past 18 months. I found the discussion irrelevant and endemic of why I don't really watch TV news networks. But, to the greater point, I found what the former Governor said more important than who was saying it (even though no one will remember a week from now).


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