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    Today, 10:25 PM
    Historic Tours ran some in Key West,, Wash DC, San Diego.... I think they had Boston too at one time,, But Key West had problems (political) and discontinued I believe.
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    Today, 09:36 PM
    Road Raging Cop Beats Innocent Cancer Patient for Telling Him to Slow Down https://thefreethoughtproject.com/watch-cop-suspended-after-road-rage-beating-citizen-who-told-him-to-slow-down/ After a resident, who was recovering from cancer, told a cop to slow down in his neighborhood, the cop went into a fit of road rage and attacked him. By Matt Agorist - July 20, 2018
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  • pcosmar's Avatar
    Today, 09:25 PM
    ????? Taxpayer funded utilities,, are tax funded. Paying for water they already paid for. with tax And are are going to be taxes again,, for using the water. is it the "new math"?? or is this $hit old.
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    Today, 08:24 PM
    Maybe that's a blessing is disguise. :smirking: Now if only Burger King and other nasty fast food places install these, it really will be a blessing. :D Besides be careful of McDonald's salads, I hear lots of people getting sick from them. :radioactive:
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    Today, 08:15 PM
    A generation of crude/rude/socialable unexceptable strikes again. SMDH
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  • DamianTV's Avatar
    Today, 07:48 PM
    Hey! Thats my new Gamer Handle! FreedomHeretic! :D
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  • Anti Federalist's Avatar
    Today, 07:22 PM
    Hat tip to Suzanimal I spied this mug in one of her pictures of frilly girly stuff.
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  • pcosmar's Avatar
    Today, 07:03 PM
    You have to put them where wind is..
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    Today, 07:01 PM
    Is Pizzagate still "fake" news? Heard an odd rumor of a large ring being busted,,, but the MSM is quiet. Perhaps some old protections are falling away,,??,,, or just a few being tossed to protect the pack.
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  • DamianTV's Avatar
    Today, 06:28 PM
    Yup. Govt prevents Free Market from correcting the issues caused by Govt interference, which limits competition, and causes a Downward Spiral. In a Free Market, the employees would have enough competition they could quit and work elsewhere. As it stands, Govt has actually caused interference with people quitting by having fewer and fewer choices until the only choice the employees have is to either work for the Big Business, or be jobless, both of which are subsidized by Govt. Basically, lets say 1000 people, and 10 of those people own businesses. If one doesnt pay, there are still 9 others to choose from. With Govt interference by requiring a License to compete, 2 people own business and employ the other 998 businesses. If the other business doesnt hire the person, the person that wants to quit is screwed by lack of choice. Much like Disney swallows up everything.
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  • DamianTV's Avatar
    Today, 05:17 PM
    Exactly. I think Legal Immunity comes from Group Affiliation. "Its a business" to stalk people and sell data to people who use that data as an Excuse (as you said) to charge them more without providing anything more in exchange. "We're a business" is the excuse for charging more and not paying their employees more. "We're a business" is the same excuse why they exploit govt to prohibit competition by requiring licenses for more and more areas of work. The idea of a Corporation is a Legalized Fiction that allows for Individual Profits without Individual Responsibility. USA, Inc.
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  • DamianTV's Avatar
    Today, 05:04 PM
    Again, its not just about InfoWars, it IS about Free Speech and Free Press for ALL people in general. That is what their Narrative is really designed to shut down. InfoWars is a Scapegoat.
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    Today, 05:03 PM
    Danke Passengers complain of bedbugs on flights out of Newark airport http://www.fox5ny.com/news/passengers-complain-of-bedbugs-on-flights-out-of-newark POSTED: JUL 20 2018 04:07PM EDT UPDATED: JUL 20 2018 04:27PM EDT NEW JERSEY (FOX5NY) - Passengers on flights from Newark Liberty International Airport to India are complaining about bed bug infested seats.
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  • DamianTV's Avatar
    Today, 05:01 PM
    Again, fully agree. Playfully flipping the argument... What some people want. Sure, you can go to war, and we will even give you a gun and tanks and bombs, but youre not allowed to kill anyone! I dont think that would pan out as well as some people would hope.
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  • DamianTV's Avatar
    Today, 04:57 PM
    On occasion, there are legit reasons in specific situations. If you work at a job that requires use of a Face Mask (like Painting), it may be a functional necessity to be relatively clean shaven in order for the mask to work properly. Flipping the coin, it can also be considered Conformity of Appearance, which removes Individuality. They dont want Individuals in the military, they want cookie cutter assigned identities, and removing facial hair uniqueness is a physical manifestation of psychological individuality. Same exact reason in the Prussian Education Model that students are expected to wear School Uniforms.
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  • Anti Federalist's Avatar
    Today, 04:52 PM
    I hate these fucking things and will not use them. I also hate this new trend of table top devices, that dun you with noise, ads and games, have a camera and microphone that god only knows who is watching and listening, and then make you finger fuck the fool thing to pay. Fuck that, I pay top dollar to have a good meal with good service and that includes taking my order and handling the bill and not shoving surveillance literally, right in my face.
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  • DamianTV's Avatar
    Today, 04:50 PM
    I actually agree with you on all points. Murder being legal, we need look no further than US Military or Cops. Also, Self Defense. Just to validate both sides of the point.
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  • DamianTV's Avatar
    Today, 04:36 PM
    Well, a Civil Liberty would say that when I am in your house and it is your property, I have a Liberty to use the bathroom, but do NOT have a Right to smoke in your house. I would have a Right to smoke in my own house, but not yours, as it would be your permission (Civil Liberty) to grant in that specific situation. What neither one of us would have a Right to do is to decree that the other may not smoke, ever. Recognizing the difference between a Right and a Civil Liberty (Permission) is a very important concept to understand. Trouble with this understanding is that for most people, the Definition between Rights and Permissions has been heavily confused. Whether that Confusion is intentional or not, the consequences are the same. Rights end where the Equal Rights of others begin. So yes, a person you once invited into your house has Rights, but by coming into your house, where you are Sovereign, King, and there is NO higher authority, they choose to temporarily give up their own Rights and abide by your rules. Outside your house, you would have zero authority over what they do. You could say that based on their behavior outside your house that you will no longer allow them to come inside your house, but, being Sovereign over your own property, you do NOT need ANY reason to say "no, you may not come in". A "Civil Liberty" would be nothing more than a Permission you chose to grant, and have valid authority to revoke that Permission at any time. Can I have one of your beers? That is your Permission to grant, but most importantly, I should not think for a second that I have any authority to take your beer without your permission. Ron explained a form of this as Entitlement. Immigration I do not believe is a Right, but a Permission to be granted by the We the People, and we can pick and choose, and even cherry pick who we will allow to come into the country for what ever reason, if any, that we want. Also, this isnt directed specifically at you, just an in general reply.
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  • Anti Federalist's Avatar
    Today, 04:27 PM
    Yup, Pete's right. Keep in mind these things are slow, under-powered and difficult to maneuver. Any well found passenger vessel would not have had nearly the trouble in riding out that breeze and sea, seas that are really nothing more than wind chop.
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    Today, 04:22 PM
    That's called "isinglass", although a somewhat incorrect term. It's a heavy gauge clear vinyl, without a knife, you're not going to tear it open. It looks like it happened pretty quickly, and it's pointless to say "well I wouldn't have been in that position" but at the last moment, when it appears that the starboard deck is awash, I would have, literally, tossed people off after securing their PFDs. It's a lake, the water is warm, even if a non swimmer the PFD will keep you afloat and it looks like the shoreline was 100 feet away or less. Get them out of the enclosed vessel...I will bet hard money the investigation shows that most people drowned while stuck inside the boat, or being beaten up alongside the vessel while it sunk. Trained mariners cannot abandon ship under bad weather conditions...remember the El Faro.
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  • DamianTV's Avatar
    Today, 04:19 PM
    Making anything illegal only creates a Black Market for it. If you want any sort of control over it, it needs to be legalized. Trouble with this concept is that it isnt Mexico that is consuming all the drugs, its the US.
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    Today, 04:18 PM
    Since Privacy is gone, if you buy Plus Sized Jeans, expect your Health Insurance Rates to go up. The poor and unhealthy pay even more than the rich.
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    Today, 04:16 PM
    I guess Minimum Wage is too expensive for the company to afford and still make a profit? Oh well, it seems to solve the problem of Livable Wage by rejecting all humans and also takes care of the problem of companies that exploit people with Minimum Wage being subsidized by govt thru Welfare... --- War on Cash. Debit Cards are as dangerous to Privacy as Cell Phones and Google and the NSA.
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  • DamianTV's Avatar
    Today, 04:13 PM
    Then the People have Rights, both at an individual level, and at a national level? Would that also mean (and yes, stretching here a bit) to collectively say "we dont want every immigrant that wants to come here"? Would the People have the Right to do such a thing? Again, extending, if one of the foundations of Rights is "I own myself", as a collective (and yes, being careful with that), would "The People" technically own the country? And same as Private Property Rights where if you own your Property like your house, you have a Right to say you may / may not smoke in my house, and that is MY Permission to grant. A homeowner would also a Right to say you may / may not enter my house. Abstracting to larger scale and extension, collectively you may / may not enter our Country? Abstract to small scale, I think what has happened is a homeowner allowed a person to come into their house, and the invited person is now inviting other people to come into the homeowners house, even though they do not have the Right to do so. I believe that concept is why there is a major difference between Constitutional Rights and Civil Liberties, where the Rights protect the Individual and Civil Liberties protect the community as a whole. Feel free to challenge the idea, but is that thinking rational?
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