Tab Content
  • osan's Avatar
    Yesterday, 03:22 PM
    CELEBRITY DEATH MATCH. 'Nuff said. /thread.
    17 replies | 323 view(s)
  • osan's Avatar
    04-21-2017, 11:34 PM
    This was concocted in the 70s, as I recall. I once did a fair to middling analysis of the document. It is a semantic desert.
    4 replies | 179 view(s)
  • osan's Avatar
    04-21-2017, 11:26 PM
    Article is fairly FAIL-heavy. Lots of assertion, no supporting evidence.
    34 replies | 780 view(s)
  • osan's Avatar
    04-21-2017, 11:17 PM
    This is bit one of the literally thousands of reasons they need to be hunted, juice dispensed properly sub Rosa. Without consequences that outstrip the payoff, this sort of thing stands only to get worse.
    4 replies | 191 view(s)
  • osan's Avatar
    04-21-2017, 11:10 PM
    What I am wondering is why anyone would care about this in the face of a world running headlong to its doom. Call me crazy... no I mean it, call me that, but it seems to me we have way bigger fish to fry.
    5 replies | 199 view(s)
  • osan's Avatar
    04-21-2017, 11:03 PM
    Whoa there... I thought Mexico was supposed to pay for his wall. FAIL. If it's going to be four years of this sort of crap, then someone please show me mercy and shove knives into my eyes. I see no reason why we cannot have border security without a damned wall. I don't want to live in the Sam's Club version of 1962 Berlin.
    33 replies | 551 view(s)
  • osan's Avatar
    04-21-2017, 08:28 AM
    I, as a good citizen-subject, have reported the senator for this treasonous act. To hamper agents of AmeriKa is to hamper AmeriKa. I stand, appalled.
    3 replies | 151 view(s)
  • osan's Avatar
    04-19-2017, 12:57 PM
    You can go that route, but there are problems with it. If "they" cannot verify the name given, your entry would likely be disregarded, not that it wouldn't anyway... that is, unless you chose "NONE" for all the appropriate entries and commented along the lines of "everything is perfect in the USA. God bless the government!" What would concern me far more is the possibility that somewhere in the United States Code, it has been declared a crime mala prohibita to make statements of this nature under a false alias. Insane as it sounds, I would not find it very surprising to discover that one could be charged with obstructing government investigations or operations in the event they used an alias. Let us not fail to bear in the center of our awarenesses that government universally declares itself perfect and supreme and that any attempt to deceive it is a crime worthy of the most draconian responses.
    27 replies | 362 view(s)
  • osan's Avatar
    04-19-2017, 12:50 PM
    I thought the WPA limited the president's unilateral authority to 90 days. Has this changed? Has my understanding of the act been incorrect? Oh, and to hell with the UN.
    55 replies | 1334 view(s)
  • osan's Avatar
    04-19-2017, 12:07 PM
    Ah, OK... didn't grok clearly. Thanks. I quite agree.
    41 replies | 567 view(s)
  • osan's Avatar
    04-19-2017, 07:43 AM
    Positive response to normative question.
    41 replies | 567 view(s)
  • osan's Avatar
    04-19-2017, 07:42 AM
    Yes, really and what's not even close... and to what?
    41 replies | 567 view(s)
  • osan's Avatar
    04-19-2017, 07:07 AM
    Cannot comment anonymously. FAIL.
    27 replies | 362 view(s)
  • osan's Avatar
    04-19-2017, 06:33 AM
    Assuming the dichotomy, I assert that it holds in all cases and with absolute iron, which objective reigns supreme? That criminals be punished That the innocent not be punished Please discuss.
    41 replies | 567 view(s)
  • osan's Avatar
    04-18-2017, 12:28 AM
    I don't even know what to say about all this anymore... and what is even the point? A nation of idiots, cowards, and corrupts, mostly. Seriously now, how many people in America do we think rise to some reasonable standard of decency? I don't even bother with notions like "nobility" anymore. No matter where I look I see insanity and corruption. I see a nation that now thanks its soldiers for their "service". Service? What the hell? WHAT service? To whom? They haven't served me. Do they really think they are protecting me? The hell. How is it noble to enlist in voluntary servitude for wars of foreign aggression? Once again, whom are they serving, because it sure as hell isn't me. What manner of raving lunacy and perdition does it take to buy this idiotic line of reasoning that thanks these people for willingly becoming part of the problem? How is it noble to volunteer to go to foreign lands and murder innocents? I don't give the least damn if Hussein had WMDs. And what was the excuse with Qaddafi... or however the hell you spell it? Afghanistan? How stoopid does a human being have to be to deny that there is a vast conspiracy afoot? For Christ's sake, just stop and LOOK at what in hell is going on from one end of the globe to the other, especially with regard to the warring and subsequent degeneration of the middle east. It was bad enough before "we" stuck our noses in that sordid business; now it is gone right off the deep end. What is the profit to be had with all of this and whose benefit does it serve? Themme? Who in HELL are Theye, anyway? Is it Israel? International banking? Martians in thin disguise? What does it matter, who? We know all we need just through observation of the events. The people of the world could end it tomorrow morning, but they don't. Clearly it is better for us to live in the current state of slave-squalor than it is to get up and make corrections.
    10 replies | 520 view(s)
  • osan's Avatar
    04-17-2017, 06:54 PM
    I am so disappointed. I thought this was going to be a really cool lesson in sex-ed. Learn something new every day is my motto... now this. Damn.
    10 replies | 463 view(s)
  • osan's Avatar
    04-17-2017, 06:36 PM
    I am neither. I am a Trump skeptic. He has done some good things, relative to the way things have been these past however many years. If my ideal is the standard, he fails terribly. My expectations are low. This is Empire: how good could anyone due under such conditions as these? Tyranny is tyranny, no matter what face one paints upon it.
    315 replies | 10141 view(s)
  • osan's Avatar
    04-17-2017, 02:46 PM
    osan replied to a thread #Antifa in U.S. Political News
    Who are these cowards who let the aforementioned cowards do such things? At some point, people need to put up or shut up. It is really that simple. If 500K New Yorkers carried tomorrow morning, what would the city "government" really be able to do, assuming those 500K were ready and willing to shoot dead as many officials as needed to defend against violation? Not much, I would say, especially if those 500K were ready and willing to take decency into their own hands (since apparently nobody else is) and come to the immediate defense of any and all detained and charged for bearing arms? Shit or get off the pot, I almost don't care which. Just stop whining about things. This is the problem with stupid human beings of the 21st century: they want someone else to do all the heavy lifting. One credit due the otherwise filthy progressives is that they get their hands dirty, regardless that their positions are virtually always wrong.
    32 replies | 1075 view(s)
  • osan's Avatar
    04-17-2017, 11:57 AM
    While I do not support intervention, the sad fact is that we are in a bad situation for which receding may not prove a viable solution. Somebody created ISIS, etc. May have been "us" (horse-shit use of the set in question, but nobody seems willing to abandon it), may have been "globalists"... who in hell can say, without a list of verified names? This is one way in which Theye can so effectively deflect attention from themselves. The "U.S." created ISIS. Bullshit. I am the USA, yet had nothing to do with ISIS' creation. Methinks you get the point? I don't suppose we owe anyone in the middle east anything, but from a strictly practical standpoint we are perhaps behooved to consider the broader implications of leaving ISIS alone. Will it die on the vine? Not if Theye continue to pump billions into the cause, perhaps with the aim of growing them such that they are then able to mount a credible offensive against America. All very speculative, I grant you, but very plausible as well. The question is whether pulling out will hurt us more in the long run. The fact is, we're painted into what is likely a very bad corner. Just turning our backs to an ISIS that continues to receive major funding runs the risk of it consolidating power throughout the middle east, getting hands on not only nukes, but delivery instruments, and so forth. This is not empty speculation. Consider the apparent goals of those Wahhabist vermin: to take over the world. They may be idiots, but they are clever and treacherous all the same. If they are left with free run, you know they are going to go for the city-busting weapons, as well as gases, biologics, and so forth. I don't know where proper sense lies in all this. I can see valid reason in both arguments, but for me a huge factor is whether the jihadis would continue to grow in the absence of funding from the US. I strongly suspect that they would because I do not believe Theye would simply stop funding them, but would only change the channel. I think it is dangerously naive to assume that ISIS is the product of America. It is the product of globalist interests who used America as the instrument. We withdraw and Theye find a new path.
    55 replies | 1122 view(s)
  • osan's Avatar
    04-17-2017, 09:09 AM
    osan replied to a thread #Antifa in U.S. Political News
    That was poetic. Don't hold your breath. Cowards, as you so aptly put it.
    32 replies | 1075 view(s)
  • osan's Avatar
    04-17-2017, 09:01 AM
    If so, is anyone really surprised?
    55 replies | 1122 view(s)
  • osan's Avatar
    04-16-2017, 06:56 PM
    Potentially huge implications. https://spiritegg.com/physicists-have-found-a-metal-that-conducts-electricity-but-not-heat/ Researchers have identified a metal that conducts electricity without conducting heat – an incredibly useful property that defies our current understanding of how conductors work. The metal contradicts something called the Wiedemann-Franz Law, which basically states that good conductors of electricity will also be proportionally good conductors of heat, which is why things like motors and appliances get so hot when you use them regularly. But a team in the US has shown that this isn’t the case for metallic vanadium dioxide (VO2) – a material that’s already well known for its strange ability to switch from a see-through insulator to a conductive metal at the temperature of 67 degrees Celsius (152 degrees Fahrenheit).
    16 replies | 348 view(s)
  • osan's Avatar
    04-16-2017, 05:47 PM
    37 replies | 637 view(s)
  • osan's Avatar
    04-16-2017, 05:24 PM
    Has FOMOsexuality been put into the DSM as a mental disorder?
    1 replies | 238 view(s)
  • osan's Avatar
    30 replies | 724 view(s)
  • osan's Avatar
    04-16-2017, 05:16 PM
    Have you forgotten the War Powers Act? Trump has 90 days to do as he pleases before he has to crawl to Congress... or has that been repealed?
    55 replies | 1334 view(s)
  • osan's Avatar
    04-16-2017, 09:02 AM
    osan replied to a thread War Quotes in Grassroots Central
    Republics are Empire. Republics may not be as obviously injurious to the individual as other forms, but that is a mere matter of degree and, most likely, chance. Even the most superficial examination of the France of 1789 demonstrates just how superficially significant "republic" can be, and how endlessly vicious and destructive. Because there is "state" in the minds of people, as well as "government", the individual is owned lock, stock, and barrel by something other than himself, ultimately speaking. In all cases, every man is owned by another, regardless of how indirect and gossamer the thread between them. That is not freedom. It is slavery, no matter how superficially pretty to the inadequately trained eye.
    17 replies | 602 view(s)
  • osan's Avatar
    04-16-2017, 08:44 AM
    osan replied to a thread War Quotes in Grassroots Central
    Both mistaken. There is no "state". The distinction between "private" and "public" in this case is false. There are only some men who paint their faces, stenciling "state" on their foreheads, with the rest taking them seriously. WE are the root of all misery in the world; not "government"; not "the state", for attributing our woe to these is no more truthful than attributing mass loss in chemical reactions to "phlogiston" or explaining the rise of life with "spontaneous generation". Conducting discourse in these terms is grossly and dangerously counterproductive, yet we persist and insist on doing so, wondering why nothing changes.
    17 replies | 602 view(s)
More Activity

Statistics


Total Posts
Total Posts
13,394
Posts Per Day
5.01
Visitor Messages
Total Messages
10
Most Recent Message
08-04-2016 07:33 AM
General Information
Last Activity
Yesterday 09:36 PM
Join Date
12-26-2009
Referrals
1
View osan's Blog

Recent Entries

Global War On Terrorism: Are We Winning?

by osan on 03-25-2017 at 07:19 AM
Quote Originally Posted by Swordsmyth View Post
Short answer: If you are still fighting it you are losing it.
After 26 years, I'd have to agree.
Categories
Uncategorized

Global War On Terrorism: Are We Winning?

by osan on 03-25-2017 at 07:19 AM
Quote Originally Posted by Swordsmyth View Post
Short answer: If you are still fighting it you are losing it.
After 26 years, I'd have to agree.
Categories
Uncategorized

Guns and Marijuana in Missouri

by osan on 01-02-2017 at 08:51 AM
Quote Originally Posted by Mach View Post
"castle doctrine," which permits homeowners to use deadly force against intruders. The revised law will allow invited guests, such as babysitters, to use lethal force.
I find it amazing to consider just how hopelessly corrupt a land we are, and have been for so very long a time when I read things like this. To think not only that some people would dare usurp the authority to remove those which are the most obvious prerogatives of free men, but also that we as a people would

Read More

Categories
Uncategorized

RP: Who Brought the World to the Brink of World War III?

by osan on 10-17-2016 at 11:14 PM
Quote Originally Posted by osan View Post
We did.
and

Quote Originally Posted by PierzStyx View Post
Uhm, no. Not all of us. Only most of the countries involved. We few radicals and rebels do what we can to prevent it. Whether that works or not still doesn't change whether it is our fault or not.
To which I responded thusly:


The number of people out there who are putting their asses on the line is vanishingly small. My statistical assessment therefore stands. To wit...

The fact is this: we failed from the earliest days.

Read More

Categories
Uncategorized

How to defend liberty and property in a stateless social construct?

by osan on 04-15-2016 at 07:22 AM
Quote Originally Posted by Bryan View Post
How would you defend liberty and property in a stateless social construct? The use of private security firms is a stock answer, but let’s consider some more detail. Consider the following situations…
And it has its problems. It is a partial answer at best.


1) A band of thugs is going around robbing people, how do you defend your home from invasion?
By killing them to eliminate them from the book of immediate and potential future threats to others, including

Read More

Categories
Uncategorized

04-13-2017


03-27-2017


03-04-2017


02-19-2017


01-11-2017


09-29-2016


08-01-2016


07-28-2016


06-02-2016


04-16-2016


No results to display...
Page 1 of 63 1231151 ... LastLast

04-22-2017


04-20-2017


04-19-2017


04-18-2017


04-17-2017


04-16-2017


04-15-2017


04-14-2017


04-13-2017



Page 1 of 63 1231151 ... LastLast