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    Yesterday, 10:19 PM
    I hear they're inbred and have rotten teeth.
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    Yesterday, 10:10 PM
    Are all Brits this stupid?
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    Yesterday, 09:42 PM
    *there* "had *there* been gun control." You know, English. Learn it. How 'bout that shit in Manchester? Gun control didn't seem to help much there, did it? Why don't you stick to worrying about things on your own side of the pond?
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    Yesterday, 07:39 PM
    Soooooooooo.........when will the expulsion proceed?
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    Yesterday, 07:01 PM
    Oh good now can finally catch a largemouth bass all by myself ​yay
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    https://myanimelist.net/featured/2140/Fishing_is_Better_With_Evangelion_Thanks_to_New_Collab DRESS is bringing a new line of fishing gear with an Evangelion twist. by Littoface Today, 4:07 AM | 559 views Promotional image of Evangelion branded fishing gear. Khara/DRESS.
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    Yesterday, 05:20 PM
    I've never cared about Memorial Day before, but this time around I find myself caring a little. Thinking about it. Thinking about death. I know this is libertarianly-politically--incorrect. You know what? I don't care. Many of these men were fighting for freedom. Come in here, Pierz, et. al. and tell me how wrong all Patriots and Warriors of all times and all conflicts in all history have been. Because you know what? I don't give a hoot. I really don't. You think you're all "edgy" for having the Secret Knowledge about how lame and sheep-like all soldiers really are. You know what's edgy? Storming into certain death. That's pretty edgy. Sprinting onto Normandy beach. Charging into a wall of bayonets at Balaclava. These soldiers hadn't read their Rothbard; they weren't politically pure and perfect? Oh brother. We may have better theory, but we need to man up and learn a thing or two about practice. About courage. I'll give the Nazis respect too, for that matter. Everybody was fighting for freedom. As best they knew how. So props to them, man.
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    Yesterday, 04:53 PM
    To each according to his Stupidity, And also, according to his Seed. Dysgenics matter. It will destroy us, just like it has destroyed everybody else. And there are no promising barbarians waiting in the wings this time. When Anglo-Western Civilization collapses, everything we love (well, at least everything I love) may be done for good. It may never come back. Fade to Black. Darkness Forever.
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    Yesterday, 04:49 PM
    Ahh, Hubris. The Zuck thinks he can be President. Well.... it will make an interesting race! We'll see if he's read his Cialdini. He thinks he has a giant mind-control device so he can't be beat. He's certainly right on the first clause: he does have a giant mind-control device. So that will help him. But on the second, I don't think he can beat a natural like Trump. Plus he's 5′ 7″. And his looks aren't quite right. Sorry, I'm calling it: Trump in 2020. Massive Trump victory. Facebook delenda est.
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    Yesterday, 04:35 PM
    He wasn't a third-party. He wasn't saving the day. This wasn't a good deed. Getting into fights at bar is, just as in the old west, a fairly good way to get oneself killed. Sorry, I have only so much sympathy to go around. Well, yeah: he's dead. The police clearly did not act in the best way, or even in a half-way reasonable way. Because of that, his family and relations should be able to get his weregeld. Highly unfortunate that it will be paid by the taxpayers, and not by the families and relations of the slayers, as would be right.
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    Yesterday, 04:22 PM
    Bring back stigma. Article does actually have the explanation, juleswin: lack of stigma. Pretty accurate. Hit it on the button. Nobody knows the trouble they've seen, nobody knows their sorrow..... Used to be women couldn't dissolve the marriage, only the man. Then, for a while in the middle ages, the Church got into it and couldn't nobody but nobody dissolve the thing. Both of those ways worked pretty well. I'd vote for either one. But giving women the power to flush the marriage whenever their pretty little heads get the notion? Big, big, big mistake.
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    Yesterday, 02:49 PM
    Makes black coffee healthier and tastier. That helps people trying to fast in the morning :)
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    Yesterday, 02:44 PM
    Those are really silly people. The US state with the most libertarian government has the lowest poverty, nearly the lowest crime, the lowest murder, and just about the lowest unemployment rate and highest median household income in the US. So anyone doing just a little research would see that at least in New Hampshire, that didn't happen :) Sorry about what happened in Canada. It would have been cool to have a decent person as the official position leader :(
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    Yesterday, 02:16 PM
    Was a good final event. There was a lot of synchronized dancing to music with some singing. Lots of animals including 14 tigers/lions and a kangaroo. There was a dog show before the last circus in America started, and another towards the end of the closing circus. There were wire acts, including a male performer that failed at his stunt twice. Yes, it was a good show. A great show even. Afterwords, the owners and stars all took to the stage together. They thanked the crowd. The crowd thanked them. And that was the end.
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    Yesterday, 11:11 AM
    PORTLAND, Or. – Portland’s city council on Wednesday voted 3 to 1 in favor of the Equal Use Act, a new resolution granting individuals who identify as furries the same rights afforded to dogs and their respective owners who frequent popular off-leash areas and dog parks in the greater Portland area. The decision comes on the heels of a four-day sit-in organized by PDX Furs, a regional furry community based in the Portland metro area, which staged the protest at Portland’s city council offices on Milwaukie Avenue last weekend. “This is a huge victory,” said Bo Kirkman. “Not just for furries here in Portland but furries living all across the United States.” Bo, a former kindergarten teacher and self-described furry rights advocate, told the Portland Tribune that he identifies as a dog. “It’s one thing to say you can’t bring your cat or your ferret or whatever to the off-leash areas because obviously they’re not dogs. But if I want to go to the park and play with my owner, well as a canine, that should be my right.” Now, thanks to the City of Portland, Bo and his fellow furries can take advantage of the city’s designated off-leash areas. “Provided they respect and adhere to the posted rules and regulations at our city parks,” said Public Affairs commissioner Dan Saltzman who sits on the city council and voted in favor of the resolution. According to the City of Portland’s official website, dog park visitors are expected to pick up and dispose of their pet’s waste and are advised to leave sick animals at home. “In an effort to prevent the spread of disease, we ask that owners refrain from allowing their dogs – or furries – drink from standing water,” Saltzman said. However, not everyone is celebrating the new resolution.. “I think it’s rediculous,” said council-member Amanda Fritz who sits on the Portland Parks Board and voted against the proposal. “We’re allowing people in costumes to frolic about and fornicate to their heart’s content in our public parks.” Mrs. Fritz may be alone in her sentiments. Portland mayor Charlie Hales told the Daily Journal of Commerce that the Equal Use Act is synonymous with Portland’s unofficial slogan. “Keep Portland weird,” quoted Mayor Hales before adding, “That is precisely what we intend to do.” http://realnewsrightnow.com/2016/05/portland-city-council-votes-to-allow-furries-to-defecate-mate-in-dog-parks/
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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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    What do you mean by "tampered with"? There are many many dozens of copies of the gospels alone, and the variations among them are so insignificant that literary analysts don't consider them to affect the truth/accuracy of them. I don't mean to come off as hostile, btw. I'm genuinely interested in your POV because it differs from my studies.
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    I like what you've done with your blog. It's very thoughtful and well designed. Keep up the good work.
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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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    Welcome to the forums! I don't come here to often anymore, so I didn't notice when you arrived. Nice to see a Christian Anarchist around here. Which definition of "The State" do you find most accurate? (if I may ask)
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