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    Today, 10:20 AM
    He lacks the abilities of your average boiled turnip. Increasingly rarely, but yes.
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    Today, 10:18 AM
    Patrick Henry was the real deal.
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    Today, 09:19 AM
    So it appears. Given this, he has earned nothing of his position. This flailing, grasping, feckless loser was handed everything to him on a fine gold platter. He couldn't shine my shoes.
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    Yesterday, 09:23 PM
    Bammy ain't that smart. He knows how to read from a teleprompter and he is ruthless and perhaps clever. My neighbor's retarded daughter was also very clever, may she RIP. NICELY done! Did he earn his way in he manner implied by all the "sources"? I very strongly doubt it. He got into Harvard for reasons other than his academic qualifications. To hear him speak on the topic of the Constitution, one sees just what sort of "Constitutional law" adjunct he must have been. A chimpanzee probably would have done better justice to the students.
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    Yesterday, 02:52 PM
    He is likely not, methinks. But do offer your support for the assertion. And you think he rose on his merits?
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    Yesterday, 02:16 PM
    That is a valid assumption. My answer to that is that these so-called "leaders" have no authority beyond the management of the military. I would add that any man in the land would be authorized to take whatever measures were necessary to prevent such things from happening. This is precisely why I wrote that sufficient numbers would be trained in the arts of defense and well armed such that any attempt to violate the rights of the people could and would be stopped dead in its tracks without hesitation, equivocation, or reticence. It seems you are getting stuck on a detail without keeping in mind the broader circumstance. As I wrote in the OP, freedom and stupidity cannot coexist for very long. Therefore, a free land must by definition be one of clued-in people, both in terms of intelligence, smarts, and attitude. With this condition, we could not preserve a free land. Look around you and it is clear that what I say is true.
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    Yesterday, 02:07 PM
    May I then take your meaning here to be that it is your belief that when you erect a giant temple of gold with no apparent means of defending it, your bitterly covetous neighbors will pose no threat in the form of marching in with their standing armies, killing anyone opposing them, and march away with every brick and woman worth the raping? That's a REALLY big "if". It is THE big "if", in fact. It is precisely because you cannot convince your tyranny-bound neighbors of this that you need to be able to defend your system. Did you not read the entire post? I laid out every essential factor in justifying this single and only purpose behind the so-called "state". Note that I made no suggestion as to how this arrangement might be made, save to imply that it is voluntary in nature.
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    Yesterday, 01:54 PM
    You're not being clear. Please elaborate.
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    Yesterday, 08:28 AM
    I see this as a grassroots issue as it speaks to strategy as much as philosophy. If admins feel otherwise, move it elsewhere. http://freedomisobvious.blogspot.com/2016/09/minarchy-may-be-only-viable-practical.html The prospects for proper human freedom appear to be waning in this age of brazen usurpation and other governmental corruption. It is everywhere one turns, no matter what the nation. There are those of us who recognize that the proper freedom of a man means he may act as he pleases, so long as he does not violate the rights of his fellows. This is the very definition of autodiathism, which is equivalent to anarchy, minus the negative connotations.
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    Yesterday, 06:00 AM
    Dunno, I was responding to your characterization. Many seem to find Trump obnoxious. Personally, I find Clinton far more so. Also don't know. Massie would be pretty good, were he interested, but he's not a moron and therefore probably would never want to run.
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    09-23-2016, 10:42 PM
    I don't care if a candidate is obnoxious if he cleaves to the principles of liberty.
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    09-23-2016, 09:55 AM
    FFS... is nobody trained in the least elements of strategy anymore? If you're going to do something like this, do it smartly and not like a dumbass. Find him alone - VERY alone - and kill him cleanly. Problem solved. Letting the emotions run you is bad juju. Possible scenario: he comes over after you make all up and nice with him. He gets high. As he is incapacitated, you help him get higher. Then you leave, he dies of OD. You come back later, call 911 and the rest is plausible deniability in case anyone asks questions.
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    09-23-2016, 09:48 AM
    My precise reaction. Pretty well shows you where the world's head is these days. HELLLLOOOOOOOOOOO Mister Colon!
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    09-23-2016, 09:43 AM
    I have four corpses out here. One's been fermenting in the hot sun for 3 days. The other, 4. The other 5. The last one, 6. Which, I ask, is more dead?
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    09-23-2016, 09:40 AM
    That's when the condom comes off.
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    09-23-2016, 09:39 AM
    What a moron. In one sentence he contradicts himself thoroughly: AFAIK, our abilities to protect ourselves and pursue our core interests pretty well defines the full envelope. What, then, is this little boy suggesting we give up? Obama makes it difficult to not wish he would die in a fire.
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    09-22-2016, 10:03 PM
    Keep that up and I will become distracted. Women... can't live with 'em...
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    09-22-2016, 09:32 PM
    Not all men fall for jugs, my dear. I'm one of them. Like them plenty, but when they go beyond a certain proportion, I guess I just get overwhelmed. OTOH, everything from the hips to the floor...
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    09-22-2016, 09:30 PM
    The people who were living there were renting to own. His price was $50K and I don't know what percentage of the monthly nut went toward purchase. They were there only three months and decided not to stay in the wake of the waters. I think it was an error, but I don't know their situation and they have three little kids so... I dont want to speak for Steve, but if you could give him $300/month... Again, just a thought. If you want his phone #, just let me know.
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    09-22-2016, 09:21 PM
    Oh foo... that's campaign talk. Trump ain't building a fucking wall and he sure as hell isn't getting MX to pay for it. Tariffs may be justified for reasons I will not go into here, save to say it may be a valid situational response to the terrible errors represented by NAFTA/CAFTA. Trump's thinking is clearly very conventional in many respects, but it seems that given we will have even bigger government regardless of whom we put in the White House, which flavor would you prefer? I would also consider the strong likelihood that your so-called "Trumptards" are paid trolls, not representative of what you think they are. Just a thought
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    09-22-2016, 09:13 PM
    How married are you to Idaho, etc.? My neighbor Steve has his old place for sale. I am sure you can have it for $20K. House built in 1901. Has a separate cellar. It is on the creek. There's about 2-3 acres of very good bottom land, only about 20-25 miles from Charleston WV. Arguably the most gun-friendly state in the nation, low property taxes, generally good people, and you can be left alone if you do not want to be bothered. He would also finance it for you, I am 99% sure. You could have it tomorrow. He bought the 137 acres across the road from my place and just wants to be rid of the responsibility of the other property. It was flooded back in June, but the damage is not great. You would have some work to do, but for $20K... :) I would not mind picking it up myself, but wifey said "no, and I will murder you in your sleep if you buy it." She's the boss, so that's out for us. But for that money I think it is a pretty decent deal. Plenty of hunting, fishing, and all that here. Ground is good such that you could feed yourself if SHTF. Far enough from civilization to be comparatively safe, but not so far away that you need to be the reincarnation of Grizzly Adams in order to survive. I would also point out that for a shitty little town, Charleston has at least six major hospitals. If you are interested, let me know. You could always come look at it, or I can take photos if you want. And yes, being the asshole I am, I would probably help you with the house.
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    09-22-2016, 09:02 PM
    That ain't trivial construction. Just guessing here, but methinks JFKIII isn't rolling in the dough. Earth-sheltered construction may not be in his price range.
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    09-22-2016, 08:53 PM
    Well, it's the UK, a nation dominated by pussies. It's UK press, so nothing more need be said on the point of integrity and knowledge where firearms issues are concerned. The wording quoted in the OP is suspicious. The protesters may have started off peacefully, but they apparently didn't stay that way very long. So we have a great raft of pissed off black folks protesting yet another shooting. The track record of that demographic is no basis for a white guy's confidence that he will make it home safely in such proximity to the ruckus. Is there any video or other evidence to suggest that he was not in some way threatened? If I found myself in that situation and people began hinting that perhaps my cracker-ass was nothing going to make it out in good health, I know I would be at least thinking about whether drawing my weapon might be a wise decision. I owe nobody my life at the hands of threatening scum. I therefore will take my chances with a jury long before volunteering for the undertaker. Boy how I despise NPR. Today they interviewed some woman... senior VP of some museum of the new south, or some shit. She just bullshitted away and the interviewer (Terry Gross??) let it all slide past. Woman was going on about how the people were peaceful and how it was just a couple of fringe elements that broke off from the main crowd and started the rioting. I suspect that is a bald-faced lie. She went on about how righteous the people were and I just kept thinking that any moment and I would need an air-sickness bag. And these NPR scum let them get away with it. The other day one of the local stations were having a fund drive and I almost fell out of the car when they said that they report the news with zero bias. Tungsten carbide balls is what that takes.
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    09-22-2016, 08:37 PM
    Fascism? How are you reasoning this? Fascism in what respects? "Fascism" is so often and so violently misused these days that I can no longer assume anything about the precise meaning of statements such as yours, which is why I ask the questions.
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    09-22-2016, 08:24 PM
    A main reason any of this transparent, inept, lame nonsense works is because the meaner is now such an intellectual and moral degenerate. Were he sound in those respects, the SJWs and other useful idiots would have no traction. But he is an avaricious dastard who worships at the altar of ignorance, willing to sell his soul to the devil in exchange for not having to lift a finger to so much as wipe his own ass. He represents the vast and overwhelming majority of the American population, and that is why we will likely not have anything even vaguely resembling freedom any time soon. We made the bed and now we lie in it.
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    09-22-2016, 09:29 AM
    Definitely blow. I used to hang out at a place called Tonio's in Hell's Kitchen. Mob-owned front for... well, the mob. :) My friend Joey and I would go watch movies there. Every time I was there, a cop from Midtown South would show up to collect his blow for the boys back in the precinct house. We hung out there maybe 9 months worth and saw a lot of cocaine go out that door in NYPD hands. Been out of the city as a resident since about '85 and have hardly been there at all in the past 10 years. I don't know how the cops are there now, but even though they were always corrupt as all hell, NY cops were cool in that if you didn't fuck with them, they would not fuck with you. I think the Mafia mentality was strong in NYC culture such that people tended to mind their own business, cops included. So while they were up to their eyeballs in nothing good, they did it very discretely. Compare that with Chicago and LA. Cops there are über-corrupt AND they look to pick trouble with people. J-walk in LA and some dick-headed motorcycle cop will appear out of nowhere and not only give you a summons, but a lecture as well. And if you don't show the proper "respeck", he will be happy to put you to the baton. I hear Chicago cops are very much like this, though I have no first hand experience there. Seattle cops are real winners, too. They just don't know how to let people go about their business in peace. That was the one thing about living there that set my teeth on edge.
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    09-22-2016, 06:58 AM
    Questions. Whence the gold? Do you physically bring it to a bank? Is there a service that would take care of this for you... for a fee? How are accounts reconciled? After spending 1/2 of your reserve, where does the "used" gold go? What happens when someone buys something from YOU, using dollars? Is that converted to gold? What if no gold is available? If the bank is robbed of the physical gold, where would you stand as the ultimate robbee? Would FDIC or similar protection be available? Would your gold be safe from government action such as that taken by Roosevelt in confiscation?
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    09-22-2016, 05:46 AM
    OOoooooooo... yow RAYcis... Ahma TILL... AhmaFFINDID... You in trubbuh...
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    09-22-2016, 05:34 AM
    Define "slightly". The weapon must clear sufficiently for something to be able to grab the trigger, presumably a finger as I don't think too many cops would be wiggling an unscrewed coat hanger in the attempt to discharge the weapon. So yeah, one need not clear the weapon of the holster to discharge it - that is not what I meant. The clear implication here is that the weapon was fully holstered. If you can discharge an M&P, the cited weapon, ON a hip, fully IN its holster without altering said holster in any way, I will give you $1MM cash. No chicanery allowed. I submit that if you could hit the holster hard enough to provide enough impulse to set it off, you will have hit it hard enough to kill the cop wearing it and probably deform the weapon in the deal. Since that has not been reported, it doesn't count. You could well be right that the reporting is flawed, but how bad could possibly have been? Did the weapon clear the holster? If so, why? What possible reason could a cop have for drawing his weapon in such a situation? Had the student had a weapon of her own, you know that it would have been trumpeted with the clarion's shrieking call until the rest of the nation began contemplating suicide just to end the misery of it. We would not get a moment's respite. Since that has apparently not happened, we may safely assume the "combative" young miss had no weapon. If she started swinging, that is certainly no excuse. If a cop all by his lonesome cannot deal with a tantrum-tossing preadolescent, he is ill-trained, a coward, or an ill-trained coward. I see no possible way the cop comes out of this looking good... not that that matters anymore, of course. He didn't even get paid leave because it wasn't an "officer involved shooting". Load of crap.
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    09-21-2016, 07:19 PM
    Agreed. What were they up to, really?
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