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  • LibertyEagle's Avatar
    Today, 02:30 PM
    I think this is sad.
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  • heavenlyboy34's Avatar
    Today, 01:34 PM
    Sounds like a good Stimulus Package!
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  • heavenlyboy34's Avatar
    Today, 01:31 PM
    God bless you, brother. ~hugs~
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  • acptulsa's Avatar
    Today, 01:21 PM
    Oh, yeah. That's as beautiful a piece of 'give up, you can't win!' as ever I have seen. Pity that even those who aren't nihilists are liable to buy that b.s. without proof, too. has obviously taken to heart what Henry Ford said--and obviously will never, ever admit it:
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  • heavenlyboy34's Avatar
    Today, 01:21 PM
    People will find a way around this. It'll be like the market for fraudulent EBT cards. Someone who can get guns will buy them on the behalf of a "blacklisted" mundane. The blacklisted mundane will pay cash or barter. I promise.
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  • acptulsa's Avatar
    Today, 01:19 PM
    Another Weber man. Not that I have the automatic ash dumping and the burled walnut handles and the sterling-plated lower vent control arm. No, I have an inherited 1966 Weber which still lets me control the fire perfectly, and is seasoned to a fare-thee-well.
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  • acptulsa's Avatar
    Today, 01:15 PM
    Far from it. The Powers That Be are, in fact, trying to trap all reasonable people between these masses of hysteria in a classic pincers movement. But evading being trapped in a pincers movement is as simple as saying, neither of these masses of hysteria is leading to a good end, and walking out from between them.
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  • acptulsa's Avatar
    Today, 01:09 PM
    And what of the dangerous nihilism of Clinton voters? What of the nihilism that convinces them that, in spite of the overwhelming evidence in her voting record, in her actions as Secretary of State, in her half-assed denial of the criminal charges levied against her, they can not only tell that she is less evil than the competition, but enough less evil to be fit for the job? Is that nihilism not dangerous?
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    Today, 12:10 PM Doesn't matter if he is or isn't Satoshi. This revelation of sorts coincided w/ Gavin's secret banker meeting the other day as well as tossing in market instability on the verge of a critical technical price breakout trend. Pure downward price manipulation for Gavin's banker friends.
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  • Suzanimal's Avatar
    Today, 11:59 AM
    For someone who pushes mandatory oral hygiene, he looks like he could use a cleaning.
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  • acptulsa's Avatar
    Today, 11:56 AM
    Meanwhile, down the hall in the Civics classroom, the history teacher is leading the class in laughing at the minor Nazi officials for thinking that 'I was just following orders' would be an adequate defense for the crime of victimizing the innocent for daring to be different. And not only telling them that it can't happen here, in the land of personal responsibility, but making them repeat that it can't happen here if they want to pass the class.
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  • Suzanimal's Avatar
    Today, 11:56 AM
    Thanks!!! I'm so relieved. :) Typo:o your boy parts are safe.
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  • Suzanimal's Avatar
    Today, 11:52 AM
    Well, that's no fun.:) Oh yes, looking for the dangly bits in that pic was like playing Where's Waldo. Meh, I'll just eat out for the rest of my life.
    47 replies | 386 view(s)
  • LibertyEagle's Avatar
    Today, 11:45 AM
    Call your Congressman. I just did. Look guys, it can't hurt and just might help.
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  • acptulsa's Avatar
    Today, 11:03 AM
    They are reporting the news the same way CNN does when they play up serial killers and mass shooters and terrorists, and never report that cops kill many multiple times as many innocent Americans as those other three groups combined. This is fearmongering. It is designed to prevent Democrats who are completely disenfranchised by the way Sanders has been done this cycle from fleeing into our arms in disgust. It is the end game of the plan which has been in place all along--to find--or create--a creature so frightening that it can be sold as an even greater evil than Hillary Clinton. It was a tall order. But they created one. And this is the end game which makes it all comes together, and without which the whole exercise is for naught--they must now convince even the biggest anti-war, pro-privacy, pro-accountability liberal that even though Hillary Clinton is the polar opposite of what they want in a president, she's still better than the "only" alternative. Of course HuffPo is fearmongering Teh Donald into something that could maybe possibly win if they don't shun us and stay bound up in the Lesser Evil System. They are the propaganda organ of the Democratic Party. It's clearly their job to do so. No matter how false this 'newsy' narrative may be.
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  • acptulsa's Avatar
    Today, 10:54 AM
    Very kind and politic of you to call it an implication. Truth is, however, it was not implied. It was a clearly articulated, baldfaced lie that Trump funded his own campaign out of his own pocket to this point.
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  • LibertyEagle's Avatar
    Today, 10:53 AM
    This was in the article too. So, it wouldn't hurt to send a letter to your congressman.
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  • acptulsa's Avatar
    Today, 10:37 AM
    Yes. But is that the whole explanation? So, this cafeteria worker gets a bill unlike any he or she has seen before. It certainly looks impressive, with tons of intraglio scrollwork, an impressive portrait of Jefferson and a fine likeness of an interesting old mansion on the back, and all the right mumbo jumbo in even lettering all around. Does this person say, well, that's a conversation piece worth two dollars, and pocket it, substituting two of his or her own dollars in the till? No--it has become a fad of late to prohibit employees who handle cash from making such substitutions, and from making any personal transactions with customers. And The Pen accused this person of trying to pass counterfeit currency, so the bill cannot be accepted. This cafeteria worker is risking losing that job if he or she does anything other than kicking this problem upstairs. His or her hands are tied. Now, one would hope that the principal gets involved at this point, because accusing a child of counterfeiting is certainly not something that any rational system would leave to a flunkie. Enter an educated person who presumably has at least a master's degree from some reputable institution of higher learning. Does this person, who is (or should be) an expert in child development, look at all of this fine engraving, all of this scrollwork and perfect lettering and its recognizable portrait (dare we ask if this principal is familiar with Thomas Jefferson and his mansion Monticello?), and say, there is no way this was created by a thirteen year old child? Does this principal use the internet to see if this bill is a denomination that was ever issued by the Treasury, and check to see if they were ever withdrawn from circulation and declared Not Money? Does this person go to the chemistry teacher and ask how The Pen works, The Pen being the sole source of evidence that this child is passing counterfeit money? Does this principal interrupt chemistry class for the five minutes it would take to learn that if a bill sat under a piece of normal, wood pulp paper for sixty years there might be enough traces of that wood pulp clinging to the bill to react with the chemicals in The Pen? Does the principal look at all of that intricate detail, and get visions of the prizes this child could win for that school if he or she actually is talented enough to pull that off at the age of thirteen? No. If this principal, presumably vetted to ensure that the welfare of the children is a fairly high priority in their minds, decides to blow this thing off, to be governed by a sense of proportion concerning this alleged two dollar crime, someone could tell the tale and this principal could later be accused of aiding and abetting a counterfeiter. And if the two dollar bill is no longer around at that point, how could this presumed guilty principal prove his or her innocence? This problem must be kicked upstairs. 'Upstairs' in this case being a junior college Associate Degree holding steroid junkie moron in a uniform. Does this beat cop stop to think that this is a federal crime the child is accused of, and call in the Secret Service? Does this individual stop to think that the child did nothing to deserve a false arrest, and use the car the taxpayers put at his disposal to go to any bank and ask if this bill is legal tender? Does this beat cop think, this child couldn't possibly run a counterfeiting operation alone, it doesn't fit the M.O? Does this beat cop call in a detective to delve into the possibility that this child is the tip of an iceberg, and maybe is more of a useful source of information than a malignant criminal mastermind? Does this cop remember his Associate's Degree classwork, and recall that a normal criminal does not risk decades of his freedom for minor payouts or deliberately call attention to his crimes by making them unusual and likely to draw the sort of attention something as unusual as a two dollar bill would attract? ...
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  • LibertyEagle's Avatar
    Today, 09:47 AM
    We have got to get the federal government out of education and get it back to the state and local community level. Unless we can do this, I don't think we stand a chance of doing much of anything to right the country. In addition to dumbing them down, kids now are indoctrinated to the globalist agenda.
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  • angelatc's Avatar
    Today, 09:16 AM
    #trigglypuff evolved
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  • acptulsa's Avatar
    Today, 08:41 AM
    Okaaaaaaay.... Did anyone watch that Darrel Castle vid? Does anyone have an opinion on his speaking voice, his charisma, his relative merits to other candidates? What about a McAfee/Castle unity ticket? If we can't use Johnson's actual political experience as a selling point because he once expressed an opinion on a deliberately engineered wedge issue--a thing designed to keep intelligent and principled voters all stirred up and useless while the idiots gather in a herd and run freaking wild--then can we combine McAfee's name recognition and charisma with Castle's--what, exactly? That would be Question Two. Does Castle bring anything to the table but a healthy respect for the Constitution, a handful of die hard CP fans and nice suits?
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  • LibertyEagle's Avatar
    Today, 07:43 AM
    If they were partisan, they would have supported one of the establishment candidates. ie. Bush, Rubio, Kasich
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  • LibertyEagle's Avatar
    Today, 06:38 AM
    Libertarians for Trump was the name that Walter Block was giving to a group he was starting. So, no, it was not a scam. Read the article posted by the TS.
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  • LibertyEagle's Avatar
    Today, 01:51 AM
    Maybe that is something that needs to change. It was never a good idea and did the opposite of attracting other candidates' supporters to our candidate.
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