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    Yesterday, 03:18 PM
    You seem to have missed the point. For the mean man, he was lighting the way. We were speaking of the lowatt intellects that comprise the American mean. For them, Trump provided what was needed. It was largely smoke and mirrors, as if this should surprise anyone.
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    Yesterday, 01:52 PM
    As I have oft quipped, the meaner is a beast and nothing more. Regardless the true source of the document, the Protocols of Zion nonetheless makes this point quite well when it says that those who refuse to use their brains are no different from those who have none. The elite have worked tirelessly to cultivate the inner idiot in as many as possible. As we see, they have done their work well. Given this, and given the fact that almost no matter how dim the individual, people are still able to keenly tell when the general environment is not in good shape. And so who can claim reasonable surprise when those Americans would glom on to a man who so adroitly read the room and gave clear and concrete steps, moving forward?
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    09-21-2022, 04:14 PM
    I've had a few direct tete-a-tetes with him on other platforms and have to say that he's a great big dick much of the time. You can't get a word in edgewise with him and if you disagree on the least point, he's on you like a lefty. He doesn't even ask for clarification on points of meaning. He just assumes what you mean, decides you're feces, and goes off. It's a shame because some of his ideas are sound, but he seems to think he's the only one with worthy thoughts. I just ignore him now, mainly because he has nothing new to say and I sure as the devil would not vote for him for any office.
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    09-21-2022, 06:35 AM
    This woman gets it. The left will have a tough time dealing with this one, if she gains any traction, especially in social media. I'd recommend this be spread far and wide and watch the left freak out, spewing shrieks of "house n i g g g e r" in naked fashion. This is the sort of thing that is death-poison for them and when encountered, they pull out all the stops. Consider how they responded and continue to respond to Candace Owens. I've seen them call her HN, race traitor (remember when the left used to complain about white people who used that term?), and several other very nasty epithets.
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    09-21-2022, 06:15 AM
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    09-21-2022, 06:12 AM
    There is nothing I can add to a speech that speaks for itself, save this: imagine, had the Democrats offered this one up as the first, rather than the filth of Obama.
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    09-09-2022, 03:24 AM
    If you think about it, that is precisely what the Constitution has played as its role as a political artifact. We should be slitting the right throats, yet here we remain, effectively inert and despicably so.
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    09-09-2022, 03:23 AM
    I hope you prove correct, but at this juncture I cannot help but whether you've developed a severe meth habit. These pricks are not only running roughshod, they are doing so without any apparent threat of consequences. Theye are not afraid of you, or me. Theye are developing tech that will keep them in control, most likely. That said, Theye DO seem to be fucking up in overstepping, so a sliver of hope remains, so far as I can see. But even so, I maintain advocacy of press on regardless, come what may. We may have no choice as to when we die, assuming here it is at Theire hands, but we sure as hell have a choice in how we meet our respective ends. I have no intentions of going on my knees, one of my very few fears in this life being that I will fail at the critical moment. Only time and circumstance will tell.
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    09-09-2022, 03:16 AM
    No sir. They would continue to tax because Theye see EVERYTHING as a zero-sum. And even if Theye didn't, they nonetheless need to keep us as close to poverty as possible for the sake of keeping us down, so they can continue to accumulate with no fear of competition for either power or material wealth. We're dealing with devils here. Never forget that.
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    09-07-2022, 05:21 PM
    Nah. Theye'll just issue more currency.
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    09-07-2022, 01:38 PM
    Thanks for the words. I don't trust those filth to the end of my own nose.
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    09-07-2022, 01:36 PM
    Then it has indeed changed. "Government" goes from frying pan to fire. Color me shocked.
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    09-05-2022, 09:37 AM
    If this be the case, it is different from the old days where the banks were the lenders and the "government" the guarantor, which was the case when I was in undergraduate school.
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    09-05-2022, 09:04 AM
    Fraud is too high a bar to meet in this case, for it requires proof of intent. We could chalk it up to blithering stupidity and incompetence, sufficient by a broad margin to place the schools on the hook for the results of their rotten offerings. There is a whole body of tacit notions that attach to that ideas of "university" and "college". They may not be correct - and many are not - but they are nonetheless there. The institutions play on these vaporous assumptions to their advantage. So when the schools offer a new major in "monkey spanking", it carries the tacit authority, guaranty, and so forth that comes with the school's name, prestige, reputation, etc., and that sets up trust, expectations, and so on based on those faulty assumptions, none of which have I ever seen any school attempt to clarify, much less dispel. They cannot reasonably claim ignorance of such factors, and therefore cannot vlaidly repudiate their responsibilities toward their young, naive, and ham-fisted educational wards. There's blame aplenty to go around and IMO all parties should have their feet held to the raging fire that is the clustercopulation of American education from K-postgraduate. And to add my usual paranoid's element: I don't think that any of this is so innocent as corrupt jerkoffs chasing dollars. This has the stench of social engineering all over it. Offer absurdly easy degrees that appeal to a generation raised on lassitude and entitlement, then pump their heads full of even more air. They become the new majority of our... <AHEM>... "democracy" such that the people who are retain the ability and will to think for themselves are so outnumbered, that their opinions become mere noise in the general foeld of common perceptions, and therefore opinions. We retain nominally competent engineers and scientists who, if their opinions are divergent, make no difference as they have become the relegated minority occupying the basement offices, and whose voices are therefore disregarded as eccentric and irrelevant.
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    09-05-2022, 08:20 AM
    Everything you say is valid and true. However, the other side of that coin is, in fact, the schools themselves. It is the schools who contrived these most idiotically worthless majors and peddled them to the market. They by all means hold some accountability for what they have done. Claiming "market forces" cuts no muster, as not only are they the ones who cause those forces to come to bear, they were under no obligation to bend to them. Running a university as a business is valid, but they are under no stress to follow the trends of other schools when said trends are idiotic on their faces. But they do. Why? "Market share", which tells the world that a given institution is more concerned with profit - such as it may manifest for them - than with the ostensible goal at hand, which is to provide superlative education to their students. Leading 18 year old products of our dopey public schools down the proverbial garden path of majors such as "gay studies" and "diversity studies" is 100% on the universities. Market demand is irrelevant in the face of the MORAL demands of sound judgment in lieu of a young person's lack of ability to make such judgments for themselves, as evidenced prima facie by their expressed desire to undertake the world's most idiotic, irrelevant, and stupidly worthless courses of study which can only lead to prospects that are poor at best and life-crushing otherwise. Those corrupted institutions lose nothing by declining to meet the demands of foolish toddlers in adult bodies. Engineering, medicine, and all the other actual professions will always be in demand. If University A offers those studies with nominal competence and quality, barring some apocalyptic development, they have nothing to worry about in terms of their futures because the world will always need professionals. Therefore, they have no justification for and forays outside of those areas of expertise, all claims to the contrary being pure bullshit, revealing to the world just how rotten the establishment in question actually is in terms of its administration. Your point about the parents is especially relevant and I will say this: we now have at least one full generation of parents who were raised in such abominably ill fashion, that they can in no reasonable manner be considered as even remotely qualified to afford their issue such guidance as you have otherwise so correctly pointed out. What is needed, sadly, is yet another organization - or even an author - who is able to competently report on the relative merits of the now vast array of majors offered by the manifold post-secondary schools. The reporting should be factual and brutishly direct in its assessments with the least amount of editorializing possible. Expose the stupidity of "women's studies", and so on down the drearily and depressingly long list of jackass pursuits designed for what must now coin as the "sucker class".
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    09-05-2022, 07:52 AM
    Nothing yet - don't even have a court date. I will let you all know when I do.
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    09-01-2022, 04:38 PM
    No. It is the guarantor. Various banks and other institutions provide the finances, the fedgov guarantees the sanctity of the investment. It's all a gigantic scam. Fedgov is essentially the collateral in whom the lender places trust. Now that the collateral body has placed the loans in question beyond bankruptcy protection, they double as the enforcer goons when someone is unable to pay. The power of the fedgov, especially these days, is effectively limitless. The lenders are justified in their confidence, for even if the borrower dies penniless, the fedgov will repay the loan with full interest in the stead of the borrower. The lenders have zero incentive for due diligence because they get their money no matter how stupid the borrower may be. If you could get that sort of work, you'd be a fool not to take it, as it is basically a sure thing no matter what happens, barring the end of the world as we know it. That is, unless you retain some shred of basic decency and decline to kneel before the devil, mouth wide. Technically, nobody has money... it's all vapors and lies. That aside, my contention is to make the lenders suck it, at least for the various stupidly worthless degrees for which equally stupid people have taken on outrageous debt to attain. I would add that this could be further specified to include all people who failed to complete their degrees, regardless of whether they are worthless or otherwise. I'd make the usual exceptions for people accidentally crushed in industrial machinery, yet who survived.
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    09-01-2022, 04:06 PM
    osan replied to a thread War is Gay in Grassroots Central
    And so it is. Maybe this getting old things isn't so bad... I get to be perplexed over and over again, each time as the first. I... I... I think I hear strains of Madonna coming on... "... like a sturgeon, touched for the very first time..." So what, then, is my 88 year old mom complaining about?
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    08-31-2022, 07:16 PM
    I am of two minds regarding the student loan issue. On the one hand, you signed the papers. Pay the fucking loan. On the other hand, it is a bit more complicated than that. I can see forgiving the loans, but not having the taxpayers foot the bill. We, after all, are not the ones who issued the paper, nor did we guarantee that lenders would get paid. Some of the real culprits in all this are... <drumroll>... THE LENDERS! If your reflex is "you're full of shit", then hold your bile a minute and consider the following.
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    08-31-2022, 06:51 PM
    osan replied to a thread War is Gay in Grassroots Central
    OK, what the fucking fuck was that? Sarcasm? Retardation? Retarded sarcasm?
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    08-31-2022, 05:18 AM
    Muchas gracias, amigo.
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    08-31-2022, 05:01 AM
    That seems both logical and prudent. Attack the foundation of the rot first, then go for the gusto. The iron is hot. I hope someone will take a swag because it seems to me that a very big door may have been opened here. If so, I sure hope I'm not the only one seeing it.
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    08-31-2022, 04:54 AM
    No idea who this girl is, but I like her a lot. Seems she's done the legwork for Trump here and made a good show of it. Only question remaining is whether he or anyone on his team will see it, and if so, will they act? PS: Seems the video only shows as a link. If anyone knows whether this can be corrected and how, let me know... or just repost it below the right way. Thanks.
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    08-30-2022, 10:54 AM
    Perhaps, but in the face of the ruling, could it logically and morally stand? I'm thinking Theye may have just been painted into a bit of a corner, and to be honest, if there is an opportunity here in the form of a door ajar, even if only ever so slightly, it should be investigated to exhaustion. Also, "owning the roads". WHO, exactly, owns the roads? "Government"/"state" doesn't exist, save as abstractions. Can an abstraction actually own something? I thought we all owned the roads, which are the commons.
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    08-30-2022, 10:07 AM
    SCOTUS recently ruled in Bruen that the two-part approach regarding the issuance of concealed carry permits in NY state is invalid. The two-part process was basically thus: 1: is it constitutional, and 2: What are the countervailing "public" interests? SCOTUS has firmly renounced the public interest nonsense, which surprised the hell out of me to be honest. Now, only constitutionality stands in question, though I disagree with the notion of "text and tradition". Lynching negroes goes way back as a tradition, but I suspect I don't need to say what is obvious there, eh? Principle should be the arbiter, but I suppose that was a bridge too far for SCOTUS, but I digress. So now that the notion of constitutionality having been firmly established as the predicating factor, "public interest" (could be read as "state interest") having been rightly tossed onto the dung heap of failed American jurisprudence, what of all the other statutory outrages that have been foisted upon us with "compelling state's interest" having been used and the phony baloney pretext for gross violations of our rights and the freedoms that follow therefrom? I am wondering whether a HUGE can of worms has just been opened - a can for Themme, that is.
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by osan on 03-25-2017 at 07:19 AM
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