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  1. Conotocarius
    01-07-2015 10:16 PM
    Generally speaking, a consultant is a campaign's Generalissimo. They advise the candidate on overall messaging and campaign strategy. They are also (generally) in charge of interviewing and hiring campaign staff. The campaign staff mainly exists to make the campaign and candidate conform to the consultant's vision.

    That is the ideal situation anyway. Some campaigns are less functional than others.

    To be clear though, there are many kinds of consultants out there. Some consultants specialize in web outreach. Others specialize in mail. Media consultants also exist. Polling firms nobody hears about are also run by consultants.

    Often multiple kinds of consultants have their hands in one campaign. The Generalissimo I told you about will hire out fliers, mail pieces, etc to professional contacts who specialize in that industry.

    I hear that the Dems have a nifty system of grassroots consulting as well that really isn't present in the GOP. It's one of the reasons why we repeatedly get our asses kicked in the ground game.

    As for the day to day? A consultant usually picks up multiple races, and after choosing their Campaign Managers and Campaign staff, they leave the details and a good deal of the creative work to people around the candidate (IDEALLY). So on a day to day basis they are either making sure things are going according to plan or making adjustments to that end.

    As for the other "special" consultants, they act like good little elves and produce the work other consultants pay them to do.

    That's my best crack at telling you what a consultant is and giving you a day to day picture of what they do.

    Becoming a consultant then requires a history of management (usually campaign management), time as an elf in a consulting firm, being a ballsy entrepreneur with a new political product, or some combination of the three. Oh and time, it usually takes a lot of time to build those connections. That said, I know consultants in their late twenties and early thirties who are doing fine professionally.

    It's really hard to become a campaign consultant though. To continue the Generalissimo metaphor, most people who get in the business will make it up to Captain or Colonel. That's a reality you have to be okay with going in. The Dems are, I am told, paid pretty well in these mid-level positions.

    Damn my ideals.
  2. Conotocarius
    01-07-2015 09:24 PM
    No problem, I'm a pretty expressed introvert who has been a GOP politico (CM, FD, etc) by trade for about seven years or so. It isn't easy at first, but you can learn to like it. With the right know-how and drive, those behind-closed-door positions could be close at hand.

    Also, most of the best campaign staff and capital staff I know have been introverts who stretched themselves bit.

    I won't reveal my identity/campaigns I've worked and am working for, but if you would like some general guidance, feel free to give me a shout.
  3. Conotocarius
    01-07-2015 08:57 PM
    Conotocarius commented on Stupid INTJ?
    Political jobs are actually pretty easy to acquire because there are so many lazy operatives out there. My advice is to volunteer on political campaigns for the major political party of your choice. Invest in the right one, and you won't be out of the job. I speak from experience.
  4. Desertstorm
    01-05-2015 09:00 PM
    There's just so much that goes into and whatnot..then its like "that's where poop comes from" yuck.

    I bet you could cloud save it somehow. Have you read them again?
  5. Desertstorm
    01-05-2015 08:52 PM
    I mean maybe one of these days you decided to experiment with ya boyfriend, I mean sometimes when its dark ya just kinda miss and it goes in the wrong hole. (Its never happened to me thankfully. I don't think I ever wanna do anal. Yes! Let me know if you encounter a curvy Carl :P

    No way! How many messages are there?
  6. Desertstorm
    01-05-2015 08:36 PM
    Jesus me about painful..

    You? An angel? Maybe on the outside

    I gotta ask lol. I know you don't watch porn but is it the same feeling in the butt as in vagina?

    I just realized, why do we always talk about sexual stuff on VM instead of texts? Everyone can read this stuff.

    I don't care its just funyy. I mean, there's some crazy stuff in this 450 message conversation over 2 years
  7. Desertstorm
    01-05-2015 08:27 PM
    I'm thinking so, I dont think a butthole is very flexible l would imagine you'd only get like a few degrees of movement. It depends, A vagina is very flexible. It can go quite few degrees and still "take it".

    I don't think they get like 45 degrees curvy lol but they get noticeably curvy, you've never seen one in a porn?
  8. Desertstorm
    01-05-2015 08:17 PM
    Why 10 to 15?

    There's a name for everything lmao.

    I hear the curvy ones can reach places us straight ones can't reach. Not sure it'd be worth it though, I don't think I'd want a curve in my ding a ling.
  9. Desertstorm
    01-05-2015 08:11 PM
    Thay could work. I think a lot of guys would need to be involved though, either that or some really curvy penises. Have you ever seen a curvy penis? (They are called curvy Carls lmao)
  10. Desertstorm
    01-05-2015 08:02 PM
  11. Desertstorm
    01-05-2015 07:56 PM
    Say a guy is blasting away at a another's guys butt. He uses a hand to "reach around" the guy and jerk him off.
  12. Desertstorm
    01-05-2015 07:46 PM
    It was in the context of a marine drill Sargent yelling at recruits. Nothing really deep to get, ya know?
  13. Desertstorm
    01-05-2015 07:35 PM
    It is lol. The rest of the quote was "I bet you're the kind of guy that would fuck a guy in the ass and not even have the god damn common courtesy to give him a reach around"
  14. Desertstorm
    01-05-2015 07:18 PM
    Hands and mouth stuff is from bojack horseman (t.v. comedy like Archer and Arrested Development.)

    Golf ball thing is from the movie Full Metal Jacket.
  15. Sparko
    10-24-2014 08:21 AM
    Sparko commented on Rape Fantasies: A Good Idea?
    Just don't hesitate to object if you feel threatened. Us girls feel pressure to coelesce to male sexual desires and forget to look out for us
  16. Desertstorm
    10-23-2014 08:26 PM
    I'm glad to hear you're happy with yourself, I'd like to hear how you feel you've grown and changed.

    Do you have my number? I got a new phone.
  17. Desertstorm
    10-23-2014 08:09 PM
    Lmao Jess you're not the same person I used to know, I see you've been through some stuff for the better.

    Keep in touch alright? I miss your friendship.
  18. Desertstorm
    10-23-2014 07:34 PM
    My bad.

    I forgot I told you about that. Its been a long time since I've had a conversation with you.
  19. Desertstorm
    10-23-2014 06:14 PM
    I know silly. I just figured I'd share a on experience that related to stashing drugs in a milkshake.

    If you're referring to something else then it flew over my socially inept mind
  20. Desertstorm
    10-23-2014 06:06 PM
    I remember this one time I got pulled over and my buddy had a bowl on him (you use it to smoke weed) and he stashed it in his McDonalds milkshake.

    Unfortunately the cop had a drug k-9 and it hit on my car. He asked my buddy where it was and my buddy says he doesn't have any, the cop goes "yes you do, where is it? Is it up your ass? Is it in your balls?" I couldn't help but laugh, the cop gave me a "don't take this lightly" look. Eventually they dumped the milkshake and the bowl falls on the ground and smashes into 100 pieces. My buddy got a $150 ticket for possession. (A minor misdomeaner, doesn't create a criminal record).

    Best pull over ever.

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