• Intoxiklown's Avatar
    Today, 11:05 AM
    I agree. Looks a lot like amphetamines to me. The pronounced movements, drink in hand, a simple reaction causing muscles and nerves to lock up and go "haywire". Lack of sleep, food, and dehydration, all while zinging away makes the body to weird things.
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  • Intoxiklown's Avatar
    Today, 08:26 AM
    Sumer predates ancient Egypt. So far as we know now....it is the oldest civilization on earth. These references you are citing are indisputably wrong. Again, Sumer dates back to AT LEAST 5500BC. The only debate is it being possibly even older. Do you understand that pretty much everything your life revolves around today (math, concept of zero, music, art, medicine, money, law, school, economy, and on and on) all comes from that civilization? Instead of denying fact, I would think you'd take notice that a VERY pagan society spawned Abraham, and a monotheistic religion.
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  • Intoxiklown's Avatar
    Today, 06:53 AM
    I can't remember where I saw it, it's been a couple of years. But it was a tube doing a piece on an invention by someone whose sister was a horrific schizophrenic. It was something akin to VR glasses. You put that rig on, and you could experience life as a schizo. While the reporter was trying it, the viewer was seeing and hearing everything he was, and HOLY SHIT....... whispers all around you.....everything just going different shades of red, green, blue. ...hearing voices give you commands, "Take one step to the right. Now take to steps back".....doors appearing, exit signs appearing....disappearing. It's truly one of those things where you completely understand why they would be prone to killing themselves.
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    Today, 06:41 AM
    You're mistaken. People are openly saying ideas and train of thoughts that I was damn near lynched a few years ago for saying. A decade is a blink of the eye, brother. Yes, I "hoped", but if anyone honestly expected to win any of these elections, you're far more optimistic than I. The reason for all the frustration is because what we're all trying to do in the end (I don't get into all labels like ya'll do. Libertarian, anarchist, paleo-whatever) is a long term project, but we're up against short term deadlines. You made mention of the debt. It's going to get worse. Socialism, communism....they're going to get worse. And you all want to pass the time fighting with each other. Dig it. I think Trump is a progressive in hiding, and I'd never vote for him. But hell, I don't are if you or anyone else votes for him. Either way, we're going to get one of two options.I can't change that, so why get worked up over it? The truth of it is real simple. All of the Trump supporters want others to validate their decision, that's the only reason to be defending him here. And the people you're fighting with, feel butt hurt betrayed because instead of 3rd party or not voting, you're supporting "part of the machine". So you all wind up fighting like two boy dogs. The simple fact is the message of liberty as I think we all collectively see it, won't happen in our lifetimes. It will, at best, be my grandchildren who might get to see it. But I'm also part coon ass, which means I am hard headed in a way most people don't understand. So I don't compromise anything when it comes to candidates, but I have to since I have children (my son who is libertarian, and my daughter who of all things is leaning socialist) watching me. And there's nothing wrong with you or anyone else making a compromise or taking a chance. Just saying patience. Long term patience. How we each exercise that....that's up to you. But you're not betraying anything, because the outcome is in no way up for grabs. At the same time, people that won't vote for either one won't affect it either, so why get worked up?
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    Today, 02:21 AM
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    Today, 12:48 AM
    But what did Mark Sanford do once his affairs were made public? Did he reason, "Well, I've been advocating for smaller government in my state, so I'll stay in office, even though I was caught cheating on my wife"? No, of course not. Sanford knew that his credibility as a principled governor was shot in the public's eye, so he resigned (and rightfully so). He understood the correlation between his infidelities to his wife and the ramifications of them in holding a public office in his constituents' trust.
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  • Theocrat's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:06 PM
    Yes, and that metric is simply a matter of public record. We all can find out how many times a candidate has been married or when his sexual infidelities have been exposed to the public. That's all I'm touching on when I mention Trump's multiple marriages as a basis for questioning his fidelities to the American people and the States. Obviously, I can't find out every instance of sexual deviancy from a candidate, so I can only stick with information that is known in the public domain. And to that point, I can generally say that Darrell Castle's marital commitment is much better than Trump's, as evidenced here.
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  • Theocrat's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:57 PM
    The irony of this (to use imagery from The Dark Knight Trilogy) is that Donald Trump serves more of a role as "The Joker," to his libertarian supporters because, for them, Trump is "destroying the establishment within the GOP," thus, weakening the two-party political structure, supposedly. So, in a sense, Trump's supporters "want to watch the world burn."
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    Yesterday, 10:47 PM
    I'm in Japan right now, and I'm not planning to vote by an absentee ballot, only because the candidate I would support is not on the ticket in my state--Darrell Castle of the Constitution Party. But, of course, sexual purity is just one of the prerequisites that I look for in a candidate of my choosing.
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  • Theocrat's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:36 PM
    A person's sexual purity is one of the most important factors about a person's character because it deals with his deepest commitments to intimacy. While I agree with you that Washington D.C. is filled with hedonism, that's all the more reason why we need a President (or any political figure, for that matter) who does not give in to his sexual desires that violate his commitment to his spouse, just as we want him to resist the temptation to take power that he is not authorized to have by the Constitution. The two are linked. The more we ignore the truth that what a person does in his private life comes to light in his public life, the more we will continue to allow corrupt people to sit in seats of public office because those people hide themselves under empty promises and false allegiances to correct principles and policies. I'm going to be crude here and say that, on a basic, ethical level, where a person chooses to stick his dick in at night determines how he uses his pen in the daytime.
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  • Theocrat's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:17 PM
    The Trumpeteers in this forum will remain silent, I'm sure.
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  • Theocrat's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:13 PM
    Exactly. Generally speaking, we all look for some sort of credentials from a person before we trust them to perform a service to us, which in this case, we're investigating ethical credentials. Ethical credentials do matter, especially when a person is seeking the most prestigious office in America. If someone believes that it's okay to break sacred bonds whenever it's convenient for himself, then it's more than likely he will act on that in other areas of his life, such as in business or in civics.
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  • Theocrat's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:52 PM
    I would not be surprised if Donald Trump used their headlines to springboard himself as "The Dark Knight," coming to "save Gotham " from the evil, liberal villains...
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  • Theocrat's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:34 PM
    Yes, I understand that there have been Presidents who were faithful in marriage, and yet they did not uphold their oaths of office, betraying the American people and the States. But those Presidents were hypocrites. The point I'm driving at is that Donald Trump has a history of breaking his vows to love someone for all of his life, and that says a lot about himself as a person. If he were elected, then it would make sense for him to not be faithful to his oath because he has done that throughout his life with people who were supposed to be his highest object of love. As lilymc so eloquently put it: All I'm saying is that, at the outset of the general election, there is no reason to expect Trump to do any of the things that he claims to do (whether it's abolishing trade deals, having a sensible foreign policy, or anything else that members of this forum praise him for) because he does not honor oaths in his own personal life.
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    Yesterday, 07:10 AM
    Yep. But some states and/or companies have all kinds of legal loopholes they could technically exploit. My wife is covered through the hospital (well, the company that owns the hospital). However, she is listed as an independent contractor, which means she could be thrown to the wolves in a heartbeat....technically. I've looked at her contracts, and talked to their HR rep before (while at the hospital either meeting my wife, or picking her up if she didn't drive that day), and it's a pretty standard "If you willingly go above and beyond in purposely screwing up, we'll terminate you, offer a small settlement, and offer (persuade) any assistance in seeking personal suits against you". To be fair, while that sounds like a screwing waiting to happen, and they do investigate the hell out of even the most comical complaints, them having that corporate liability shield means they really do go into any investigation with aiding the employee at the forefront of any and all actions.
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  • The Rebel Poet's Avatar
    Yesterday, 06:54 AM
    Just remember anyone but Bush got us Obama, and he makes Bush look almost libertarian. Be careful what you wish for.
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    Yesterday, 06:49 AM
    LOL I was wild in my youth. I grew up in the swamps and backwoods, and spent most my adult life working in adult bars. Most times I was looking out for someone else (customer, girl, ect), but a few times it was my ass they specifically wanted. But lady luck always looked out for me.
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  • Theocrat's Avatar
    07-22-2016, 10:30 PM
    No. Nonetheless, my point still stands about Trump's lack of commitment to one oath in marriage translating into his lack of commitment to his oath as a President of the united States.
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  • Theocrat's Avatar
    07-22-2016, 10:27 PM
    How do you know that? And even if it were true, it would still prove my original point about Trump, namely, that he can't be trusted due to his own personal infidelities.
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  • Theocrat's Avatar
    07-22-2016, 10:25 PM
    Why wouldn't Trump's wives stay faithful to him, especially since he's a billionaire?
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  • Theocrat's Avatar
    07-22-2016, 09:57 PM
    Donald Trump can't even stay faithful as a husband to one woman in his life, having been married three times now. So, how can I trust his oath to the American people and the States to preserve, protect, and defend the Constitution, as a President?
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  • Theocrat's Avatar
    07-22-2016, 09:51 PM
    I've been on these forums for a long time, and I've participated in plenty of forum polls to know that there are many members who vote in those polls, while simultaneously being against voting, in principle. So, I don't need names.
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    Thank you for your comments. I was Mark's liason (via email) to what Rand has/d to offer and he's been quite cooperative but Ian has not been, yet going further in the wrong direction. I find no purpose in funding their vacations to radioland when I can save it and spend it my way. I just know that you have been a caller for years and someone I respect in spades, so at this point FTL needs to realize that they can't grow w/o Rand and his candidacy at this moment. Their commentary on liberty issues is always on point until they/Ian don't even shed the slightest high-5 upon Rand. The ancaps might be in the few category, which I'm one of like you, but I hold that this show can't go on being an enemy of Rand at this point. If Ian is only pro-NH when this dilemma is facing the country and thus shitting on any national liberty movement by Rand at his own speed, then I gotta fight back and/or withdraw my support from him. Thx for your attention at this point.
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    Actually, Mark was written c. 70 AD. This is confirmed by archaeology by many hundreds of copies with few discrepancies. It is a long time for certain, but we have oral tradition and writings by 1st century Christians and others demonstrating the existence of Jesus. (there is no reason that I know to doubt these Christians and Church fathers) As far as demonstrable proof of people/events in the ancient world, very few compare to the synoptic gospels. I gtg for now, but I hope to continue this conversation ASAP. Pleasure chatting with you, brother. ~hugs~
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