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    Today, 11:50 AM
    Oh, I forgot to add, and this is the most important part - if they started enforcing the no smoking for frisbee golfers, guess what? That requires enforcement. That means they are going to come down harder on the un-leashed dogs because they will have more overall enforcement of the rules. So my point is, if you want to protect the ranchers, don't send the authorities after the innocent hippies who aren't doing anything wrong, that will just result in a request for more funding for enforcement and end up hurting the ranchers. Instead focus on the prize - more rights for cattle grazing on public lands and retain the rights of hippies on public lands.
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    Today, 11:41 AM
    No, what he's saying is that people who are using the land to graze their cattle and to otherwise profit from the public lands are held to a different standard than those who are just there to setup for a short time, camp out, play some tunes and in theory leave the land like when they got there. The ranchers aren't being treated fairly, we know that.. but why punish innocent hippies? There is a big open space, frisbee golf course, park near my house. People bring their dogs there off-leash because it is such a big area, but there are signs posted that dogs are to be on leash. After they get enough complaints they will send a ranger out, hand out a few tickets, tell anybody who complains further that they are doing something about it, the complaints dwindle down for a couple years or so because nothing bad ever really happens, then some new people move into the neighborhood and complain, rinse and repeat. A few months ago when this happened, I told some people I saw there who had dogs off leash that there was a ranger there a couple days earlier, and to just be on the look-out. They started complaining about the frisbee golfers smoking on the course... I was like, come on, let's focus on the issue here - there is no reason they should be ticketing people for having dogs off leash here, it is largely un-enforced anyway, let's just keep it that way and not turn this into frisbee golfers smoking on the course.. For one thing, I rarely if ever see frisbee golfers smoking cigarettes, usually you see them smoking joints, and who the hell cares if anybody is smoking a joint on a frisbee golf course?
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    Today, 10:46 AM
    lol, you mean they planned it out in advance? Pretty sure I've seen this type of thing before with false flag shootings. Difference is, this was obviously something that was pre-planned, nobody is denying it.
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    Today, 10:37 AM
    Rainbow gatherings are awesome, I love psytrance..
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    Today, 12:29 AM
    Ashkenazi jews specifically-who emigrated to Israel from Eastern Europe in the 20th century and have no ethnic or historic ties to Palestine (now called "Israel"). (but don't let me spoil your ignorant racialist narrative too much) ;)
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    Yesterday, 11:59 PM
    Wow, I immediately recognized that stretch of freeway, Santa Clarita... lol...
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    Yesterday, 08:52 PM
    Well I'll be damned http://mspmag.com/arts-and-culture/the-morning-after/review_julius_caesar_the_guthr/ Not a bad article. Interesting how the media is playing this, though, saying that the left didn't react as much to Obama's Julius Ceasar - but afaik nobody knew about that, anybody here knew that happened? So how could people on the left be mad if they didn't know it happened? But the main difference, is that at the Minnesota show, people were not going and celebrating Obama's death and cheering, and talking about how horrible Obama is. I think they just saw it as art. Not something I would have done, and certainly could have warranted some attention I suppose. On the other hand, at the New York showing, it was very obvious that people were there celebrating it like a ritualistic sacrifice.. I think that's why it got so much attention.
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    Yesterday, 08:35 PM
    Yes, it went through the hard drive that had the pedo website data on it, that a hacker had retrieved and given to the police a few weeks before. This was a false flag with several motivations - to destroy some of the evidence of their activities as well as to cast a shadow on those investigating the pizzaria.
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    Yesterday, 05:46 PM
    OMG allergies.. so much better when I'm eating low carb and good fats.
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    Yesterday, 04:23 PM
    dannno replied to a thread Trump Vs Democracy in Guest Forum
    Do you have any social media history that shows you predicting Donald Trump winning the last election? Because if you don't, then that means you probably thought he was going to lose. If you were wrong then, why do you think you will be right this time?
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    Yesterday, 03:32 PM
    I have been wanting to watch this for a while, thanks. From what I heard it is very balanced. The filmmaker actually set out to make a balanced film about the topic of men's rights, but pretty quickly realized that the men actually had some valid complaints and feminists are retarded. So she just showed things for what they were. Stefan Molyneux did a really good interview with the film's creator and Mike Cernovich became an Associate Producer after much of the content had been gathered but still needed all of the finishing work and she had run out of funding. The Red Pill Movie – Why I Become an Associate Producer https://www.dangerandplay.com/2015/10/29/the-red-pill-documentary-cassie-jaye/
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    Yesterday, 07:45 AM
    What if they were just repeating what Diamond and Silk were saying :confused:
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    06-21-2017, 09:56 PM
    I think this is going to help authorities more easily track unsanctioned events/parties.
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    06-21-2017, 09:53 PM
    Um, wow, I just pulled up Snap Map and watched a video of a really hot girl sucking on her thumb (approx 20 yrs old, I'm no Alefantis :rolleyes:) down the street from me. I know precisely where her location is.
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    06-21-2017, 09:23 PM
    SnapChat Creep.0
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    06-21-2017, 05:30 PM
    Do you need any boxes?
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    06-21-2017, 04:35 PM
    I've had friends my age, much older, much younger, I've been in relationships with girls much older and much younger and the same age, and for the life of me, I cannot figure out why you think that something like age difference would be a factor in messing people up emotionally :confused: It seems like they could get even more emotionally damaged from someone who is inexperienced in relationships, but really, I'm pretty sure that getting messed up emotionally from relationships is not exclusive to people who have differences in age. Also not sure about this whole predator/prey deal, I'm pretty sure there is no animal that has ever existed in the universe that wanted to be eaten by another animal, yet I'll bet this guy wanted to have sex with his teacher regardless of her power or status. The only part I agree with you on is that a student/teacher relationship is not conducive for excelling in a school environment (besides possibly getting a good grade undeserved). So ya, the teacher should probably be fired, and they probably shouldn't be having relationships with their students. Or at least wait. Just be like, hey, when you graduate we can start dating. But to assume that the teacher is a bad person, or that they should be in jail, or that they are some kind of predator just doesn't make sense to me.. I mean, it's all very possible, just not something that you can conclude from what happened.
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    06-21-2017, 01:56 PM
    I was responding to your comment regarding the claim that unsaturated fats are considered healthier, I provided data showing that saturated fats are healthy. Here's a comparison, there are scientific studies that backup the claims regarding these oils: http://www.marksdailyapple.com/healthy-oils/
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    06-21-2017, 01:49 PM
    Compared to what? Chances are, if your son is 15 or 16, he is probably doing something besides studying for exams all the time. If a hot 27 year old teacher is trying to get him into bed, then no doubt there are some girls his own age trying as well. Would you rather your son have sex with an attractive, mature female who has the ability to support a child if necessary, or would you rather he be at a party hooking up with a slutty 15 year old who will have sex with 3 different guys that night? Or even a monogamous sexual relationship with a relatively mature 16 year old girl, how is that any better? If she gets pregnant, everybody is screwed. At least with the teacher, your son can help raise the kid during the regular school year till the kid is old enough to go to school while taking summer courses when the teacher is off for the summer. Otherwise, who gives a fuck if he is 15 and she is 27? If that is what they want, let them have it. The worst thing that can happen is they have a kid, and having a kid with someone who has already gone through school and is working is far better than somebody who hasn't even finished their education. That's why I don't understand why people complain so much about these older/younger relationships. They act like if the 15 year old isn't having sex with the 20 something year old, then they wouldn't be having sex at all. That is just retarded, 15 year olds have sex with each other.. and the worst scenario I can think of is two 15 year olds having sex and getting pregnant, instead of one of them being old enough to have gone through school and can support a child.
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    06-21-2017, 01:21 PM
    USA Today "experts" have nothing to do with ANYBODY here who is giving dietary advice to eat coconut oil. To try and deceive forum members into thinking that is completely ridiculous. Olive oil and avocado oil are good, we have always known that avocados and olives had relatively healthy fats for being plant based. But they are still not as good for you as coconut oil. That is never going to change.
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    06-21-2017, 01:17 PM
    Uh, that's not what I said at all. To summarize, the conversation began with someone saying that native people had lower incidents of heart attack and it was related to the coconut oil. I dunno how much coconut oil natives ate, but I do know that natives tend to have much healthier diets than people with modern lifestyles, although they face many additional obstacles that may kill them. Then the toolbuckets came in and posted something about natives who had higher incidents of heart attack. I asked whether those natives being studied that had higher incidents of heart attack were eating a lot of imported grain - because poor natives who become dependent on their colonists often end up subsisting on grains rather than eating the diet their ancestors ate, which took hours of difficult work hunting, fishing and gathering coconuts from tall trees. But back to the point, natives who live to age 30 tend to live as long or longer than people in modern times who also live to at least age 30. However if you take the average age of death of all natives, it is much lower because they have a much harder time keeping babies and young children alive. That is why when toolbags say that natives don't live as long, this says little or nothing about the health of their diet or how long their diet will keep them alive and much more about their environment as a whole. By taking the average age of death of those who live past 30 out of the natives, and comparing it to the average age of death of those who live past 30 in modern societies, we can get a better idea of how fast their diet kills them, as opposed to childhood illnesses and such.
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    06-21-2017, 12:45 PM
    So, you think the state should make medical decisions for people and their children so that parents don't beat their kids and lock them in a basement? Should the state also tell people what to eat and drink?
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    06-21-2017, 09:25 AM
    They don't have self-checkout lines in Amazon stores, you just put stuff in your bag and take it like a thief and the store knows what you took.
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    06-21-2017, 09:20 AM
    Part of the reason Uber and Lyft drivers are more courteous is because Uber and Lyft customers are more courteous. The reason for that is because there is a two-way rating system - customers and drivers get rated. Customer don't want bad ratings because it is harder to get a car to come pick them up. Drivers need good ratings to remain on the platform, and I think it gives them some priority on rides in some cases. Taxi drivers have to deal with customers who make them wait forever, make all sorts of demands and are rude all with no repercussions. So cab drivers tend to be more rude to the customers because that is how they are often treated. On the other hand, customers have to deal with cabs taking 30-60 minutes to get to their house, sometimes they never show up. And on top of that, they often have to deal with a dirty cab and a rude driver. They may take them all over the city and charge them more. With Uber and Lyft, you know where your driver is from the moment you book the ride. You can track them to your pickup location, track the route to the destination and review it afterward. If they take a long route, you can request that Uber reduce your fare to reflect the recommended route by the GPS. These Dr. No's who come in here and don't know wtf they are talking about feel like dinosaurs to me. Uber and Lyft have increased the marketshare for taxi-type services by like 10 fold or more. DUIs go down significantly in areas with Uber and Lyft. To consider restrictions on a company that is providing a much needed service that was not being provided before, and then promote it on a liberty website is retarded.
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    What's wrong with that? You like paying taxes? Ewww..
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