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    Today, 06:51 PM
    Seems like the US Regime is AT WAR WITH ALL OF EUROPE.
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    Today, 06:33 PM
    Aww I am sorry ya'll are getting sick. If it was me I would be making a spray with using Chlorine Dioxide and spraying the hell out of my face including nose mouth eyes and ears.
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    Today, 10:23 AM
    People need the state department to figure that out for them? Brittney Griner wasn't warning enough--months ago?
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  • osan's Avatar
    Today, 07:52 AM
    This is normatively reasonable. That does not, however, protect you from parties of the second part. I do not disagree.
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    Today, 07:39 AM
    Your meaning here is not quite clear. If I sell you my house for $X, you bet that someone can compel me to hand over the property in question, at the end of a rifle, if need comes to that. It is closely analogous. That union over there looks good. I want to join. OK, in order to join, I have these lines to toe. They seem reasonable, so here's my application. I'm in? Cool. <years go by> Wow, I guess I'm in a different space now... I want out. I should be able to leave, so if I am prevented, I am become an effective slave to said union. This is not good.
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  • osan's Avatar
    Today, 07:28 AM
    If one cannot exit, it cannot be a contract. Intent is an element. Once intent is gone, the contract is broken. If the parties of the second part are smart, they will have written into the contract the cost penalties for breaking faith. If not, then they can always sue, but they cannot immediately force the other party to perform - not without a court decree to that effect, and those don't usually come, because after all, what's the point of having an unwilling partner? He shows up, does shoddy work, and ultimately proves a drag on endeavors, so why force such a situation? But this all does indeed raise questions regarding what "contract" really even means, as well as the value of a man's word and hand.
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    Today, 07:19 AM
    So, FEMA will be checking vaxx cards, then? If you don't have myocarditis, you can't get any benefit from your tax dollars?
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    Today, 06:52 AM
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    Today, 06:48 AM
    The Department of Homeland Security. Millions dead from myocarditis and the mutterings of a federal agency are still Gospel to you. I say, if, then, and you say, this bureau run by a guy named Biden says, so it must be true. Because I don't buy what Biden's DHS says hook, line and sinker. How's your clot jab treating you? He says, I questioned the government narrative so I must be out of touch with reality. But I must not ask if someone's paying him to. I can do this.
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  • osan's Avatar
    Today, 06:43 AM
    Precisely. This is the corner into which we and our predecessors have allowed ourselves to be painted. We are now in the unenviable position of having to choose the lesser evil. This is OUR fault as much as it is that of those who have maneuvered us here. This is exactly so. Apathy, lassitude, and good old-fashioned bullshit have managed to find us in a most undesirable circumstance, "circum" being an operative term here. A palliative measure, at best, but still better than doing nothing. That said, it will not remain palliative for much longer, given the new patterns arising in the general political circumstance. Between the scum's ceaseless assault on our rights, election tampering, and all the other elements of trespass that now assault us, the window is closing fast.
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    Today, 05:58 AM
    What do the two have in common here? Your point evades me.
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    Today, 05:15 AM
    Psalm 19:7 The law of the Lord is perfect, converting the soul: the testimony of the Lord is sure, making wise the simple.
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    Yesterday, 04:25 PM
    IF "government" is properly structured and administered, it can work well. The problem isn't "government" - that has never existed in sé. The problem is people. Always has been; always will be. The greatest way in which the US Constitution fails, and does so most spectacularly, is in holding scoundrels accountable. I mentioned some years ago when I wrote "A Missing Link In Normative 'Government'" how the Constitution left us bereft of sufficient means of defense against corrupt mobsters in the houses of government it established in such cavalier fashion. My suspicion is that the Framers may have assumed we would likely remain as wild beasts pursuant to the preservation of our liberties. Hindsight being what it tends, it is clear they gave posterity too much credit. Being the real problem, people are always the lynch pin. Good people need neither government nor constitution. They know right from wrong and treasure their freedoms. Once corrupted, anything becomes possible and perdition is all but assured and inevitable. All we can do is make of ourselves better men and set into writing Law that renders unto the good men the direct means of physically destroying all tyrants. In the final analysis, murder is the only assurance we have that we will have even a snowball's chance in hell of protecting our sovereign interests. Though wholly out of vogue these days, what with all the contamination of egalitarian thinking that most people appear to accept as some sort of divine, immutable truth, I fully believe in the station of the Superior Man that demands his shepherding of the Weakman. We see first hand what happens when Weakmen are given equal say in matters that affect all men; the world decays before our eyes, in their appalling ignorance, the Weakmen luxuriating in that which they bring forth in such errant proportion that it becomes as filth and poison to the world. And so the Superior man needs to keep the Weakman under control, lest the latter run amok and turn the land to waste. Sadly, the universal tendency has been for Superior men to fall to corruption, in time, such that he becomes as the Weakman, at which point the rotten end cannot be terribly far off.
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    Yesterday, 03:44 PM
    And here I was hoping for better news.
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    Yesterday, 08:47 AM
    My daughter is dealing with similar issues in her rental. They are sick ALL OF THE TIME! I keep telling her, she needs to move, but they drag their knuckles at the thought of moving, and, because of their procrastination they cannot get well. They have a roof that leaks when it rains, they have radiators that were leaking since they got there, into sub-flooring. I cannot impress upon her, enough, how BAD mold is for people's health. In some cases, a house with mold, down south, have no alternative but to burn the house down, to rid the mold.
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    Yesterday, 07:55 AM
    God could also be aiming it at Orlando. You couldn't blame him.
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    Yesterday, 07:53 AM
    More to the point, electrics are the "modern development" that makes such real time spying "necessary". Fact is, your odometer could just be checked when you renew your tags. But, no. Not intrusive enough.
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    Yesterday, 07:12 AM
    I'm just getting over a ten-day long bout of aspergilliosis. I'm cleaning out mom's basement, which is why I just got home a fifth time in three weeks from NJ. It's getting old, but in the process, the mold got kicked up and Bibi and I both got aspergiliosis. I've never before been effected by mold... Never been 64 before, either. This was really bad news. 101F, and everything felt like I would never be well again. Caveat: I'm the world's WORST sick person. I suck at it, which is why I never allow myself to become sick, but it would appear I may be losing my touch. Be VERY careful around household mold because if it gets you, it will kick your ass in a way you will find most unpleasing. Also, while the pulmonary form is very bad, invasive aspergiliosis can be deadly, and if you develop aspergiliomas, you will have to go under the knife to have them removed. I never took it seriously... until now. Be careful out there. It's a vicious world.
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    Yesterday, 07:05 AM
    Well, nobody with an IQ and a shred of honesty can say that this is in any way surprising. FBI and all other agencies are likely in full-purge mode. They have no fear because we are a raft of lazy, cowardly twats whose only response so far has been to whine online, but to DO nothing. This is why I have more respect for the city-burning lefties. Sure, they're morally ill jerkoffs who should be exported to China, but at least they get their lard-laden, tranny-asses up out of the lay-z-boi and set stuff on fire and beat and rape and rob and wreck pursuant to that which they have so foolishly wed themselves. Credit where due.
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