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  • CaseyJones's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:33 PM
    Draft Kurt Russell and Vince Vaughn Russell/Vaughn 2016
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  • MelissaWV's Avatar
    Yesterday, 04:50 PM
    Not to give them any ammo, but I would hardly say there have been no major storms since. There have been a number of them --- some records broken --- but few major hurricanes making landfall in the US. Expand your parameters globally and take another look.
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  • CaseyJones's Avatar
    Yesterday, 03:03 PM
    phuc the strategists write in Ron Paul P.S. I will still not be voting
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  • CaseyJones's Avatar
    Yesterday, 12:00 PM
    ah well, not voting then
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  • MelissaWV's Avatar
    05-28-2016, 03:31 PM
    Broccolini. It's broccoli's half-breed cousin.
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    05-28-2016, 01:53 PM
    Cheese-filled ravioli, scallops scampi, and garlicky broccolini. Mom is not feeling too well so the garlic and shallots are a must, and so is the Vitamin C boost.
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  • MelissaWV's Avatar
    05-27-2016, 07:29 PM
    If you add up the basic numeric equivalents for each letter in my name, you get 123. If you use the 1-9 means of assigning numbers to those same letters, the total is 33 --- year of Christ. And yes, a lack of logic does cause me to reject information. It's in my nature I guess :) Or maybe I was born in 1947 (everyone born in that year is a spook).
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    05-27-2016, 07:04 PM
    I like the part about how people who watch Game of Thrones are messed up, which the author knows from not watching the show, but looking up a 16-minute montage of nude scenes. People who look up montages of nudity contained in shows they are too good to watch are definitely not messed up.
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  • MelissaWV's Avatar
    05-27-2016, 05:09 PM
    No, businesses (mostly restaurants) that only accept cash as payment. It's going well for them.
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  • Petar's Avatar
    05-26-2016, 11:45 PM
    To ignore is to attack indirectly. Trump could not be attacked in this manner - and when attacked directly - the man knows how to fight back.
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  • Petar's Avatar
    05-26-2016, 10:34 PM
    If you had any intellectual honesty at all, then you would admit that there is a giant difference between the press attacking Ron Paul, and the press attacking someone who just so happens to be a celebrity with an extremely combative personality. The only reason that you won't admit it is because it would completely ruin the entire little game that you are playing here.
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  • Petar's Avatar
    05-26-2016, 09:52 PM
    Look man: Everyone knows that you are on some crazy, pathological mission to smear Trump, and that you have zero interest in being honest in your assessment of what is going on. You can try to rewrite history all that you want and pretend that the media/GOP establishment have been doing nothing but pushing Trump all along, but there is a grand total of like three imbeciles here that are going to agree with you. Do feel free to carry on.
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  • Petar's Avatar
    05-26-2016, 09:15 PM
    It's not my fault if you want to live in some fantasy dimension where you expect the public to instantly jump to electing a libertarian President. You should be thankful that someone like Trump has emerged to bring the chaos that is necessary to make the transition possible within our lifetimes, instead of wasting your energy trying to get Hillary Clinton elected. Sad.
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  • Petar's Avatar
    05-26-2016, 08:02 PM
    When do effective establishment shills realize that it does not matter? This is not about supporting a libertarian or even a conservative. This is about supporting anyone that the propaganda wing of the NWO (the MSM) is dead-set against - for the sole reason that he is an outsider. Trump is anathema to TPTB and that is all that matters at this point. Whatever chaos he brings will be an improvement.
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  • MelissaWV's Avatar
    05-26-2016, 07:45 PM
    I've seen an uptick in cash only businesses here.
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  • MelissaWV's Avatar
    05-26-2016, 07:38 PM
    Not a problem. My issue is that a lot of the people who seem to object to me speaking Spanish in public seem completely incapable of stringing together a coherent sentence of their own. Personally, I prefer market solutions to language preference as I stated earlier. There are certain ethnic markets where you're almost required to speak whatever the shop's products' national origin demands. Hell, there are certain areas of the country where you might be better off speaking another language to order a soup or cup of coffee. From an official standpoint, I have no problem with English becoming the official language of documents and phone lines and other such Government services (since we have them at all). Groups could easily translate those materials if a certain area has a need for them. There's certainly no shortage of people who can guide others through a brochure or process, and perhaps for a very small acknowledgement on the back of a pamphlet, La Raza could do something other than race bait and give people ammo to extend the hatred that keeps the organization in business. Let me extend this to what you said in your response. When you go to the store and everyone else is speaking Spanish, the issue is twofold. The first is that the patrons are speaking Spanish, which really should not bother you unless you feel a strange need to know what everyone around you is saying. Eavesdropping? :p The second is actually far more serious, though, which is that you can't do business with employees who can't communicate with you. I have voiced concerns along those lines in the past at some delightful Asian markets with mixed success. If they want your money, a business is going to do its best to help you out. The school example goes back to what I just said. Official languages dictate how public schools should operate. There are going to be a LOT of kids whose English is subpar, and at that point they should be taught within their own communities or at least tutored on that specific issue. There will be many people who fail going through school that way, but the ones that emerge tend to be well-rounded, truly bilingual, and a step ahead of their peers. And as for the custard? Again, the owner should be able to install whatever policies he or she wishes, and for whatever reasons. Let's assume the guy really is just the biggest racist ever. The next action shouldn't be to grab a pitchfork and go after him. It should be to shrug my shoulders and say "Okay. So?" and either order some custard or go somewhere else :)
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  • MelissaWV's Avatar
    05-25-2016, 05:52 PM
    Idk. There's that one carpenter around 2000 years ago that's still pretty popular.
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  • MelissaWV's Avatar
    05-25-2016, 05:52 PM
    A couple of things to add. "Africa" is a very large place. Yeah, actually, a lot of it was pretty amazing for a very long time. The particular combination of resources and relative isolation of civilizations, though, made it ripe for other groups to come in and exploit those resources. The very first to exploit slaves, gold, and other resources were fellow Africans. From there, it was only a hop skip and jump for people to swoop in and mine, etc.. It doesn't mean that the people coming in were evil, or that the natives were all noble savages, or any similar idiocy. Also, I really don't mind racist as a label. I do think it would get tossed around a little less if it weren't the equivalent of shouting "fire" in a crowded theater. Most people are at least a little racist, and some are incredibly (almost comically) racist. Until they take steps to harm someone or institutionalize their hatred into depriving people of rights (real rights, btw, not "the right to free stuff" type rights), it's fine with me. Lynching someone --- ANYONE --- is pretty godawful. It wouldn't be any prettier if the victim were other-than-black. Calling someone a name, though, just reveals your true colors and the person on the receiving end gets to decide how to react to it. Remember that? When you had to decide whether to fight, walk away, or come up with a witty retort? Before people called the cops because their safe space was violated?
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  • MelissaWV's Avatar
    05-25-2016, 05:33 PM
    If there's an issue with foreigners learning English, the implication is that native speakers can at least "reach the peddles" and learn to speak properly. The person I was quoting was applauding the idea that foreigners don't "talk English good" and that it's a major part of the problem. It's merely a pet peeve of mine for some reason. Carry on.
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  • Petar's Avatar
    05-25-2016, 10:28 AM
    Interesting. I think that Jesus may have even been a guy that was trying to tell people that we are all our own Gods in our own way - "I am God, son of God". That Mithraic, agents of Rome would have over the centuries progressively warped whatever it is that he had been saying should be a given, IMO.
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  • MelissaWV's Avatar
    05-24-2016, 05:08 PM
    My question back to DamianTV is "Why won't so many native speakers do that here?"
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  • Petar's Avatar
    05-23-2016, 07:30 PM
    Kinda funny considering that a brokered convention had been the last great hope of the establishment cronies who had been attempting to do everything within their power to stop Trump from getting nominated (with the help of people like you).
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  • Petar's Avatar
    05-23-2016, 06:57 PM
    Vote for Huckabee to prevent McCain from winning the GOP nomination? What kind of stupid and useless idea was that? After the GOP flushed Ron, a McCain victory was just as well. The GOP got what it deserved when its crappy, establishment candidate was defeated by Obama. This cycle is not the same, and Trump defeating Hillary is the best possible thing that can happen for alternative candidates, going forward.
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    05-23-2016, 05:43 PM
    Even if Trump fails to do anything that he promised, the damage will be done. Trump will bring the circus, and every alternative party under the sun will be in a position to reap the benefits.
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  • Petar's Avatar
    05-23-2016, 01:10 PM
    Doesn't seem totally unreasonable. I'd say that Ron is right to say that Trump lacks principles and will likely be swayed by the "deep state". What I don't think that Ron understands is how little that actually matters. Trump is gonna bring the circus, and any crazy shyzer will become possible after that. The pandora's box will open, and alternative candidates are going to be doing a million times better than ever before.
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  • MelissaWV's Avatar
    05-21-2016, 01:39 PM
    Not sure how one would credit that, however their latest widespread testing got them a 90%+ failure rate on planted violations. There are also a number of ways the TSA (or any future private equivalent) won't be able to stop things. If there's a mechanic who got past a background check, a pilot with a death wish, or a lithium ion battery (or ten) that someone missed, results can be pretty awful. If there's a bomb or attack during these three-hour tours around the checkpoints, it will be catastrophic, especially since many airports are multi-story buildings. I can think of several where the security line is above the baggage claim/rental car check-in area. I can think of at least one where the security checkpoint is right next to an oft-occupied area of a hotel that's inside of the airport itself. The arrivals are also normally pouring out of the space right next to the security lines, with waiting friends and family on this side of security along with the hundreds --- or more --- waiting in line. Or people could get even more clever and distribute biological weaponry in that same contained area. Many people are removing shoes, and almost everyone is handling those plastic bins. You could distribute something in the ice on the plane itself. There are a number of things that could be done to those little free bags of snacks. In other words, there is always going to be a risk that someone who's annoyed is going to do something awful. Putting forth an army of flunkies who can't find a fake gun strapped to someone going through their line is not going to stop any of it.
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  • MelissaWV's Avatar
    05-21-2016, 01:24 PM
    So all the Government bathrooms have that offensive signage removed, right? And no urinals (those just mock the "transitional" people who cannot pee standing up yet; I'm sure it will cause all kinds of triggering). And the gyms and showers, of course, that the staffers use... those have been changed first and foremost, right? Right?
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  • MelissaWV's Avatar
    05-21-2016, 01:12 PM
    He wasn't at the White House. This is a repeated issue with these reported "disturbances." He was near the greater Metro area, so to speak, of the White House (which includes a bunch of big ole "Executive" buildings, some lawns, a bunch of little security huts, the area with the Christmas tree in winter, etc.), but not at the gates, and definitely not "on the lawn" as some reports seem to suggest.
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