• William Tell's Avatar
    Today, 08:56 PM
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    Today, 08:41 PM
    Oh. That makes sense, I knew you mostly just drank cheap wine. Heads up to timosman on the latest installment of his favorite show. #MrAnimal
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    Today, 08:30 PM
    Wait a minute. Since Mr Animal has a bar, how come you don't drink expensive stuff? Why haven't I thought to ask that before.... :confused:
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    Today, 07:49 PM
    But I will argue that "I'm going to kill you" is also free speech. When I was a kid people said this kind of thing all the time. It was considered flapping your jaws. No one ever had anyone arrested for it!! That's nonsense. Now if someone was holding a gun and saying he was going to kill you that was a different story and people would start to duck and cover (or go for your own gun). Simply saying you are going to kill someone is not "assault" and it does not "harm" anyone. If someone says they are going to kill you then you would evaluate the statement to determine if you believe that someone means to carry it out. If you feel they might, then you arm yourself and watch them closely. First time they move to hurt you you can defend yourself. Not before...
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    Today, 05:33 PM
    The interesting thing is if she were White and the President was Black, she would have instantly been accused of racism, and you know the mainstream media would have ran with it all the way for a touchdown.
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    Today, 05:15 PM
    Ramblings about this latest trip to Europe... I guess the country I like best in Europe is France mainly for the beaches and their freedom from clothes there (who woulda thunk it??). I really don't like all the socialism in Europe and that seems to be a disease they are not likely to be cured of any time soon. I don't like the high cost of auto ownership. I have been leasing a car for the last 3 years when we travel to Europe (only a 3 week lease but it's still technically "my" car for those weeks) and it's way more expensive to have a vehicle in Europe than in the USA. The fuel is about 1.3 euros per liter which is about 3 times what we pay for fuel here. Most freeways there are toll roads and in France it's about $10 euros per hour of driving. There are exceptions such as Germany with the beautiful Autobahn that has no tolls (at least from my limited travels there) and of course no speed limit in the rural areas. Because of the high cost of ownership you will find there are very few pickup trucks in Europe (and China as well). Camping is pretty big in Europe but most people pull a small trailer behind the family car or have a compact van type of motor home. Last year I visited a friend in Germany who gave me a ride in his super fast Porsche on the Autobahn (we got to 170 mph) and he showed me the "registration" paperwork on his highly modified Porsche. It was several pages long and EVERY modification from stock had to be listed on it or he would face huge fines and maybe confiscation. Even things like the modified shifter and race seats had to be listed. And I'm about to pick up my H3 with and LS3 495 hp engine in it (more on that in another post) which I don't even have to list on my registration papers... I got to drive on the left side for my first time this trip when we went to England and Scotland. It wasn't as hard as I'd expected it was going to be and now that I've done it I'd tell others to not worry. Use reasonable caution and think about your driving and it shouldn't be a problem. With all the goings on here about Civil War monuments I noted that at the castle in Edinburgh there were prominent monuments and statues of William Wallace and Robert the Bruce. These were considered traitors to the King yet they stand tall in spite of the Queen of England claiming Scotland. If the Queen wanted them torn down I know the Scots wouldn't like it much... Near Paris we went to see the French palace at Versailles. This thing is so big there's no way you can view everything even if you have a week. When I see things like this and the terracotta warriors or other past monuments to kings I see exactly why the PEOPLE had nothing to eat. All the wealth of the people was stolen to make these great monuments and it's no wonder the people of France had no food. The King was stealing all the wealth for his palaces. It's the same throughout history. The goons take all the wealth for themselves and leave the little people to starve. We have had the greatest movement of liberty in our lifetimes and it's all going to hell in a hand-basket very quickly. It seems people don't learn from history at all. I see this very clearly when I visit these old palaces but I suspect few others see it in the same light.
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    Today, 03:32 PM
    http://www.marieclaire.com/politics/news/a3513/forcefeeding-in-mauritania/ In Mauritania, where big is beautiful and stretch marks are sexy, young girls are brutally force-fed a diet of up to 16,000 calories a day ó more than four times that of a male bodybuilder ó to prepare them for marriage.
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    Today, 03:00 PM
    I wish there were more information about this incident but I have not been able to find any. All that I've found is that it crashed and two dead. No details at all. Haven't seen much as far as witness accounts or photos of the crash scene or any reports of gunfire (if there was any). It seems that we will hear nothing until the NTSB report which will not come out for at least a year...
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    Today, 02:52 PM
    When in London the first stop was at the balcony of Julian Assange. There were a couple of supporters across the street (cop restriction) and I had a bit of a chat with them. We hit it off right away since we had something in common (our support of Assange). Of course Julian doesn't come to the window except for to make announcements so I did not see him but it was interesting to stand at the foot of the balcony. The goon presence is gone due to public protest at the cost of having goons there 24/7 but you can be assured they still have the place watched by cameras with goons nearby ready to pounce if someone unusual comes out of there. Still, after watching mission impossible all my life I don't see why Julian hasn't been able to sneak out of there somehow. Seems a courier could show up with a delivery and Julian could exit as the courier and jump in a private jet out of dodge... That English channel is only some 20 miles across and a fishing boat could get him to France or even out into international waters in a very short time. Hell, maybe he's already out of there and the stupid lymies don't even know it!
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    Today, 01:27 PM
    OK, fine. Fair enough point but not really relevant to the current debate. What about the monuments that are already in place? Like Phill pointed out some were originally paid for by groups like the SCV. The question is what to do with monuments that are currently in the possession of state and local governments. I'd say leave them alone. If you really want them gone donate them to the SCV or some other group that cares about them. But that won't happen because the governments don't want to be seen giving anything to the SCV.
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    Today, 11:48 AM
    Let's just remove the monuments of anyone who offends anyone at all.
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    Today, 10:45 AM
    Lol Japan even chose an Elvis impersonator for prime minister. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Junichiro_Koizumi#Interests
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    Today, 09:15 AM
    Something tells me if people were vandalizing statues of MLK they wouldn't be taken down, as that would be appeasing criminals.
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    Today, 08:52 AM
    Sheesh, the author has never been around reservations I guess. They've lost their culture, and hunt white bread instead of buffalo. Indian women get raped more than any other demographic. I'm sure there are some happy free agrarian Indians out there but I haven't met many. They do not have it good they've been treated like garbage. I don't have white guilt but I'm going to call a spade a spade. They'd be better off either living in a traditional primitive way which is basically not an option now, or just becoming average citizens. They are in a sort of limbo with the worst of both worlds. It's hard to get far not paying taxes when you're living in poverty and trying to maintain a modern life style.
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    Today, 06:18 AM
    Y'all are just catching up with the forward thinking progressives in Seattle. They changed names a long time ago; http://www.historylink.org/File/9568 http://www.nytimes.com/1999/09/05/us/king-county-journal-in-namesake-debate-image-is-issue.html?mcubz=3
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    Yesterday, 08:07 PM
    yeah sure............... ..
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    Yesterday, 01:34 PM
    Long term, economic hardship shifts people toward K-selection and conservatism. It is free resources and abundance that causes the growth of the r-selection strategy aka leftism. "Liberty, Prosperity, and Peace(TM)" Pick one. Maybe two.
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    Yesterday, 10:06 AM
    People and sites are being shut down left and right. Actually, I take that back: just right. :D But seriously. This problem is getting over-the-top, unbelievably bad. Now these are nominally private companies doing the de-platforming. So we're supposed to be all for it, yadda yadda yadda. But practical reality has to matter, too. If it doesn't, if your principles have no connection with and no bearing on practical reality, what good are they? Seriously, tell me that. What good are they? This is the practical reality of the situation: to communicate ideas effectively in the modern age requires the internet. It requires, specifically, a Facebook and Twitter presence. If these companies lock you out, you're dead in the water. It also requires that people be able to find you. If Google delists you from their search results: that's it. You're dead in the water. Super dead. "But, but!" you say. But you can still have a website! Anyone can have a website and say anything they choose. Google's a private company and doesn't have to show your site. Facebook's a private company and doesn't have to let you on their network. That's fine if they lock you out: just have your own website. Phew! Problem solved! The internet is still free! Sounds great, but this is not true in this day and age. You cannot have your own website. You most certainly cannot have a website and say anything you choose. In today's day and age, the threats and infrastructure of the internet have evolved such to require the assistance and cooperation of mega-corporations.
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  • helmuth_hubener's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:23 AM
    The r-selection is strong with you. Thus, your aversion, your repulsion, indeed your terror. But sorry: there's going to be a whole lot more of this kind of "stupidity" from which you recoil popping up in coming years. The K is coming. Can't stop the K train. http://anonymousconservative.com/
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    Yesterday, 09:18 AM
    You know what? Great is how I'd feel! I'd much rather stand before a man like that who sounds like a human being than a soulless eunuch who's been long-absorbed into the Borg.
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    Yesterday, 07:57 AM
    It feels that way. How much of this is media driven at the behest of their masters?
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    08-17-2017, 07:13 PM
    http://www.sabhlokcity.com/2015/01/the-sorry-case-of-putins-corrupt-totalitarianism-russia-is-a-mafia-state-just-like-india/ Chanced upon an article in the Australian Financial Review ("Red Robber Barons Back in the USSR" by Anne Applebaum). It is the same as this book review published in NY Times. The book being reviewed is Karen Dawisha's Putin's Kleptocracy. A talk by Karen about her book, below I also came across Padma Desai's letter to the Financial Timeswhich states clearly. Mr Putin remains an egocentric, authoritarian ruler. In the old days, the tsars ignored the nobility (boyars) at their peril. Leonid Brezhnev, leader from 1964-1982, had to deal with the politburo of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union. By contrast, Mr Putin is an absolute ruler. The Russian legislature is his rubber-stamping body. Despite the amnesty measures, Russia remains a police state with widespread controls on internet activity and public meetings all unveiled under presidential executive orders. For some misguided reason I was relatively sanguine about Russia after reading relatively positive articles in newspapers/magazines over the years. Here's one that I randomly picked up from the internet. Moscow is supposedly a modern city. Padma Desai's talk in Melbourne a couple of years ago depicted a modestly positive picture. But after reading this book review, I wrote to her and she responded that she has not read the book yet. But she recommended I read her letter in Financial Times (which I've cited above). Clearly she has changed her stance re: Putin.
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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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    I have found a link you will find useful. http://www.kingdomnow.org/withinyou.html This is Tolstoy's treatise "The Kingdom Of God Is Within You". He makes the Christian argument against government, particularly in Chapter X "EVIL CANNOT BE SUPRESSED BY THE PHYSICAL FORCE OF THE
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