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    Yesterday, 11:36 PM
    Tell that to Themme.
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    Yesterday, 11:30 PM
    Greenspan spazzes out in a fit of hand-waving. To wit: Meaning what, exactly? Big, froofy talk designed to frighten children and adults who have chosen to remain as children. The sentence is pure, unsupported bull-dinky. Trouble for WHOM? Define "trouble". This is amateurish innuendo and its lamest, the sad part being that some "adults" will swallow that bait. What other turds are there... Ah yes, this little gem:
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    Yesterday, 11:03 PM
    This will all likely come to pass in some form and degree. If the Brits stay the course, they will be punished. Severely. The question then will be whether they will have the sand to see this through to the end. That could be a generation or more because Theye will most definitely not take this sort of affront to their goals laying down. I, for one, am surprised at the vote. Surprised that the Brits are slightly less retarded and timid than I'd thought, which is good. Even more surprising to me is the apparent absence of vote fixing. Perhaps the mechanisms are not in place there the way they are here in the USA. Perhaps Theye were too confident that the vote would go the other way. All I can say is that I was not expecting this outcome, but am pleased to have been proven wrong on the matter. Very much so, in fact. This is a real middle-finger in the eye of the global despot. And now for the spanking.
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    Yesterday, 10:45 PM
    Reconstitute Hitler from ash, some urine, and seance-chanting with a chicken foot?
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    Yesterday, 08:16 PM
    Depends on where you are. For example, this morning I was at the area where the 6' culvert washed away in Elkview. A Kanawha deputy was there and so was Joe Manchin. I had my sidearm with me, openly. Nobody, including Manchin (surprised me, actually), gave it a second look and I was standing not 10 feet away from the Senator from West Virginia. You all know I am no fan of police and why, but I have to give breaks where due even for them. With the exception of Beckley, the police in WV are among the WAY cooler. They are not nervous around people with guns, typically... at all, and many will tell you that they are glad to see people carrying. I was at a community garden on the shitty West End of Charleston 2 weeks ago and a cop pulled up, asked if we'd seen a guy who'd been involved in an "altercation". He looked at my sidearm and said he was glad I had it because the person in question was something of bad news, and I can tell you that for a pint-sized city, there are some dangerous assholes in Charleston. Compare with the ultra-twitchy cops in places like OH, NJ, NY, CA, and Ill-Annoy. Not all LEOs are complete assholes, which does not mitigate the wretchedness of that which they are called upon to do: enforce "law" that stands in gross and egregious violation of human rights. But I will not go 100% condemning them all as humans... only 99%. :)
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    Yesterday, 08:06 PM
    If you believe this to be the case, you are smoking way too much dope and should lay off. Gun ownership is on the rise, proportionally speaking. People who have in the past been reticent to have a firearm are now becoming first time buyers. Even the marginally stoopid among us are beginning to see the writing on the bathroom wall and are adjusting their world views to something of a more rational timbre. The horde of those actually made of stupid, a la George Takei, will go to their graves in that state of childish idiocy to which they are so faithfully married. Behold, the truth of such people: If I buy 20 guns at once, one background check.
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    Yesterday, 07:16 PM
    Fixed that fer'ye.
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    06-23-2016, 01:53 PM
    I would rather say that artificial or feigned stability is achieved at the cost of prosperity, independence, and self-rule. Such stability is the sort that arises from the irrational and artificially cultivated fear of instability (usually vaguely defined, if at all, and rife with innuendo), the resulting dread a product of propaganda campaigns designed specifically to evoke that corrosive emotional state because it moves people to agree to hand over ever more of their sovereignty to those seeking to acquire it. The result is, of course, diminishment of the qualities of life that should be most cherished by all due to the encouragement of individual fretting and cowardice over issues that free men face head-on, brave, and inevitably overcome. The persuaded man-gone-sheep, however, succumbs to the lies and twists of truth fed him, cowering and offering up his bare soul in exchange for the cheapest lies, promising him that which no man or institution can guarantee.
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    06-23-2016, 01:30 PM
    I anticipate "stay". I also pray I am made the replete fool on the matter.
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    06-23-2016, 07:40 AM
    While I applaud the spirit of the article, the author fails in that he keeps referring to the homicide rate, rather than the murder rate, which is the salient measure here. Homicide subsumes murder, obviously. If I kill a man attempting to kill me, it is a homicide but not a murder because I have not committed a crime. Remove non-criminal homicide from the figures and the rate goes down appreciably. Remove the criminal acts committed relative to illegal drug trafficking activity and the rate plummets below 1.0. I did this analysis in '14 or '15 using conservative estimates and assumptions and the result was a rate of homicide lower than that of murder in the UK. It's the damned drug war that accounts for the vast majority of murders in the USA. And yet the media paints a portrait of a nation consuming itself in the flames of murderous violence. Yeah, right.
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    06-22-2016, 02:36 PM
    I, OTOH, am not. Why? Because the appearances and the underlying realities do not match well. Most of that arose out of the collapse of the Soviet Onion. Note that many of the now ex-Soviet territories re-upped with the Russian Federation. What difference does labeling make, save to fool the market? Jerkoffistan, former Soviet republic, dissolves into Blowjobistan, Rimjobistan, and Handjobistan and then join the Russian Federation. Whoopdeedoo. Theye don't give a rat's ring whether it "works", so long as they retain power. Peace and war are all one for Themme. If war breaks out unexpectedly (yeah, right...) they simply make the best of it, profit like hell, consolidate power even further, and go on to the next adventure.
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    06-22-2016, 02:19 PM
    Point taken.
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    06-21-2016, 04:58 PM
    Point taken. I only zeroed in on threats and neglected to include these. However, I would have to think on "defamation". Is it a crime? Perhaps, perhaps not. It is fodder for civil action in any event. Fraud is a crime, which of course would render it unprotected. Now that I'm thinking of it, is assault a crime? Not sure, but thinking perhaps not. If I threaten you, is it not up to you to choose your response? ETA: upon further consideration, fraudulent speech actually IS protected. It is the acting in accord with the speech that is criminal. Spinning yarns is fraud of a sort, but is no crime.
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    06-20-2016, 04:17 PM
    The issue is not the speech itself (music), but the method of delivery given a circumstance where one man's right to play that music conflicts with another's right to sleep peaceably in his own home. ALL speech is protected. That said, the issue of conflict arises when the manner of speech violates another's rights. This should be clear to all. Such violations do NOT, however, include butthurt. When someone says something that "upsets" another, onus lies with the recipient to deal with the utterances like a big boy. For example, if a man refers to a woman as a "stupid cunt", it is completely on the woman if she is "offended" by this. Racial epithets, ethnic slurs, and so forth are all the same insofar as responsibilities for butthurt are concerned. The only utterances that are exceptions to this general rule are those that constitute "assault". If I tell you that I am going to kill you, it is well within your right to take action to preempt my stated intention to physically attack and harm you. Either way, I do not believe police have too much valid cause to interject themselves into such matters, much less the prosecutorial machinery of the "state". IMO, yes they are. Equally protected, however, is my right to draw a pistol and shoot the ghost from your retarded self if you so threaten me, such words constituting legal "assault". Context is, of course, important. If one's older brother says "I'm gonna kill you" in the ways traditional, there would be no basis for gunplay or other acts of violence against the utterer. But when circumstance allows for credibility of the perceived threat, anything goes as far as I am concerned. That is why I am a really big advocate of taking great care with one's words because they are very, VERY important. That we discount them into such cheapness by statute and government policy is a great shame upon us all. They have driven the common man into ever less wise habits of comportment in the presence of their fellows, which is why we are rushing toward the realization of a culture as depicted in "Idiocracy". As human stupidity becomes codified into "law" and men with guns act to enforce the infantility that arises therefrom, the population makes rapid its descent to that ever diminishing denominator. And that, my friends, is precisely what is happening in America right now as I type these sorrow-laden words.
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    06-20-2016, 03:58 PM
    ALL speech is protected. The 1A is an all-or-nothing deal for reasons one would hope were crystal clear. That it has been interpreted away by the courts to what is now effectively a state-given privilege... well, you know.
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    06-20-2016, 03:54 PM
    Me eyes are a bleedin'... AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHH... Not even with Obama's shriveled little girl's penis. The rest of them should commit suicide as the minimum atonement for this affront to decency. For God's sake, at least make it a human partner.
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    06-20-2016, 09:32 AM
    The Romans discovered this late in their game and translated it into religion when they established the church. The strategy has worked very well for at least 2000 years now and has been expanded greatly, with more to come. Far more.
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    06-18-2016, 09:45 AM
    http://www.pinkpistols.org
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    06-18-2016, 09:43 AM
    It's because you are imagining the design being carved into a woman's public area with wax and sugar. You are a sick, disgusting little sexist worm-man and it is a privilege to know you.
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    06-18-2016, 09:41 AM
    Girl on right needs some schooling on how to hold the damned gun properly. Look what she's doing with her thumbs.
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    06-18-2016, 09:35 AM
    Thread winner. Pony up, assholes.
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    06-18-2016, 09:35 AM
    Is that a serious question?
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    06-18-2016, 09:30 AM
    This obliquely brings to mind another great hazard we face at the hands of the typically good-for-nothing police: Imagine my fabulous self just happening to be walking past as the deranged closet-chromosexual Muslim starts shooting and I, being the aforementioned fabulous me, enter and engage him, not in chromosexualistic acts, but gunfire. If this takes any more than the three hours required for the SQUAT TEAM to show, chances are at least even that those dullards would end up shooting me as well, or perhaps even in preference to the actual criminal. The police are by far a greater cost to "society" than they are a benefit.
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    06-18-2016, 09:23 AM
    BUT... BUT... DAMN YOU! Gay dolphins... gay dolphins... gay... dolphins... Gay... Dolphins...
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    06-18-2016, 09:18 AM
    Um... No.
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    06-16-2016, 10:06 PM
    Well, there's you "Free State". Fidupulating nonsense.
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