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[–] DeathToMasonsASAP 20 points -12 points (+8|-20) ago 

Weak, and it has been posted before. And he is correct, adults acquire the taste for mustard on dogs, not ketchup. Stop making us look stupid.


[–] Blacksmith21 [S] 1 points 13 points (+14|-1) ago 

I'm so glad we have experts on juvenile condiment preferences here. You do a good job of making yourself look stupid.

Bourdain-Obama-Vietnam-Hot Dogs-65,000 dollars on hot dogs.


[–] Oh_Well_ian 4 points 3 points (+7|-4) ago 

There should be a sticky on PG of proven SHILLS like @DeathToMasonsASAP @Are_we_sure @twistedmac11 @flour @Esoteric_Shade and so, so many others.

These fakes are becoming increasingly unglued and keep repeating the mantra: 'this makes us looks stupid' and are always attempting to push themselves as the pre-eminent authority figures in Pizzagate.


[–] Syndicalism 0 points 10 points (+10|-0) ago  (edited ago)

Its relevant. Remember that $60,000 the WH spent to fly in hot dogs?


[–] Silencio 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

I also think this one is ambiguous, could definitely be a euphemism, but it's not like a weirdly out of place, saying you stop wanting ketchup on your hot dogs as you get a bit older isn't like a totally unrealistic thing to say. Like saying you didn't start to drink coffee until med school, it could be meant as a euphemism, but it's not a smoking gun. I've seen a lot of pizzagate & this one doesn't really hit home like some things.


[–] SterlingJB 3 points -2 points (+1|-3) ago 

Weak is an understatement.