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    Today, 09:21 PM
    None of this is particularly surprising.
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    Today, 07:03 PM
    How do you reason? Your statement directly implies infants deserved to me murdered. How about retards? Are they deserving? Senile elderly? People who disagree with what an insane mob has chosen to undertake; a mob who will as soon murder YOU for so much as objecting? Unless you have something else that's truly killer, I'd say your position is pretty well a train wreck, I am sorry to say.
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    Today, 01:07 PM
    You have yet again earned my admiration.
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    Today, 01:05 PM
    It almost seems that every ultra-phag in the nation has chosen Yale. Have I missed something? PS: This crap takes a giant likeness of itself on the memory of Bobby Sands. Forgive my french, but FUCK ALL YOU SNOWFLAKE ASSWIPES.
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    Today, 12:57 PM
    I wish I could call this crap, but alas, I cannot. It is all too plausible.
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    Today, 12:53 PM
    Fixed that fer'ye.
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    Today, 12:44 PM
    Is murdering those who have done you no harm ever justified?
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    Today, 08:56 AM
    Agreed. I've been VERY friendly with a couple of Japanese girls. Sadly, it was not at the same time and no, they were not twins. AustinPowersFAIL.
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    Today, 08:55 AM
    Orwell was Frank's dad? Holy shit, wait until I tell the guys at the bowling league...
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    Today, 08:51 AM
    Your thinking here is deeply flawed. False dichotomy FAIL. You are saying that one must accept the wrongful conviction of innocents or do nothing pursuant to justice. That's nuttier than squirrel poo. I'm think that I do.
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    Today, 08:41 AM
    Really? How do you reason this, because the logic is not at all apparent.
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    Today, 08:35 AM
    Posting the vacant stare of a man possessed of demons, I see. This is truth. The logically absurd extreme to which it points would justify military intervention for every schoolyard punch in the nose. Some, mostly those on the "left" and the war-crazies will scoff and claim I go too far, but do I really? How befouled our history is with virtually endless examples of how men take words to extremes never intended, claiming implications that were never part of the original intent. The line is drawn here today; what's to stop it from moving tomorrow? Because in his time words still held substantial standing in the minds of even the most common of men. Accuse such a man's wife of being a whore and the beating you'd receive in reward would be met with no opposition from the law for it would have been regarded as an act of defense against a clear assault upon someone's character and the reputation attached thereto. It is only in the last 70 or so years that these once fundamental aspects of the social fabric have been discounted into insignificance. People today largely discount nearly all utterances as meaningless, and the "law" is the worst offender of all.
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    Yesterday, 08:02 AM
    No no no doc... the solution to that problem is far more physical. 'Nuff said. :)
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    Yesterday, 07:52 AM
    Irrelevant. Result is all that counts in such a situation. Firstly, it amazes me how many people have no lives. Twelve HOURS a day? That has to set some bar for lame, but it's the man's prerogative. People should he held accountable for the things they claim as fact. Libel should be enforced with vigor and the punishments made to fit the results precipitated. Better that by far than arresting Johnny because he was blowing a spliff on the courthouse steps. This internet society that has arisen is the very definition of lameness, but it is real and will not be going away barring the Reset. Therefore, IMO the libel and slander laws should be enforced because words matter and they precipitate real, physical harms upon people when used injudiciously. If this punk-ass chromosexual swivel-hip would have done his diligence prior to opening his yap, the poor and pathetic old guy would not have had the experience. I am fair to middling confident that some of the "hate" that was spewed at him included threats of violence. It's what powerless people do from behind their keyboards as they vent the frustrations of their miserable lives onto those they find convenient and minimally valid targets. We see this sad shit every day. I say this "Keemstar" pussy should see 90 days in county. Perhaps a dime dropped on that floor might earn him at least one good and richly deserved beating. Nothing too extreme, mind you; just a REALLY vivid lesson in why one is behooved to keep his tongue behind his teeth when he has no idea what in hell he otherwise would be talking about. Had this über-phag expressed himself differently, perhaps he could be excused from culpability. "It SEEMS such and such is the case...", or "In my OPINION this guy...", and so forth. Then the onus shifts largely to those choosing to make the wrong inferences. But no... language is something to be taken for granted and as a triviality. OK, then one should suffer the consequences of the results his words bring. "Keemstar" should see jail time and should face civil action to bust his personal economy in toto for at least five years. It may seem harsh, but imagine the risks that poor, pathetic old guy would have faced had the outcome not been better than it was. People are murdered for less. This kind of shit, perpetrated under the color of "free speech" needs to be nipped now. It won't, and this sort of things stands to get far worse. Great going, stupid, self-important, self-absorbed AmeriKans. These are some of the reasons the rest of the world hates you.
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    04-26-2017, 10:31 PM
    Ooooo... yummy. I always wanted to try hepatitis. It's so... edgy.
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    04-26-2017, 05:29 PM
    To hell with the filthy Turks. Shitty, nasty government.
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    04-26-2017, 03:51 PM
    For those of you not familiar with Hawkwind, you have lead a life of deprivation. No, seriously, you have.
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    04-26-2017, 02:14 PM
    Erm... um... erm... um... <FIDGET> erm... um... erm...
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    04-26-2017, 06:19 AM
    You enter into such contracts by will and not force. If you do not want the products/services in question due to the T&Cs, do not purchase. If you want the goods enough, you will accept the T&Cs. It is that simple. Why is this even a question? This is an example of the dregs of freedom that remain to us. God only knows how long it will be until we are forced to purchase such products and services. Don't laugh; we used to be able to drive without insurance. Not no mo'. And now we are forced upon pain of penalty to purchase "health insurance". Twenty years or so ago, few believed it would ever come to this. HERRO an'a wercome to a you fyoochuh!
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    04-26-2017, 06:12 AM
    Do we have an email address for these clowns? I have a message for them:
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    04-26-2017, 05:56 AM
    Ron Paul was never going to save us. To believe otherwise denotes a serious break with positive reality.
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    04-26-2017, 05:53 AM
    I've been using this sparingly for a few years, but am now of the opinion that it should be spread far and wide. Ladies and gentlemen, may I introduce the FAIL-plex, denoted as FAIL^FAIL. What is a FAIL-plex, you ask? It is the ultimate in FAIL, both in quantity and quality. It could be called "ultra-FAIL" as well. It is infinite amounts of the most intense FAIL possible in this, or any other, universe. Ultra-FAIL used to be an uncommon phenomenon, but with the dawning of the "modern" age (makes one wonder what "modern" actually means) it has become ever more prevalent, now to the point that it threatens to become the new normal.
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    04-26-2017, 05:22 AM
    Truer words... † This is the good news in the bad. †† Oh look everybody, I'm so outraged. Whoopdie foiggin' doo.
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    04-25-2017, 07:10 PM
    So much for the avoidance of even an appearance of impropriety. Salting your administration with family isn't what I would have prescribed for a nation short on trust.
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    04-25-2017, 12:53 PM
    You may be ignoring a subtle, yet important point. Firstly, the genius of long past - say from the renaissance time - was HEAVILY managed or "guided" by the tyrant church, as well as the kingly equivalents. Michelangelo is one example of very many. His work on the Sistine Chapel, for one, was heavily interfered with by that douche cardinal whose name escapes me at the moment. Michelangelo was very lucky to have escaped what could easily have been mortal consequences had his depiction of said cardinal descending the steps into eternal damnation been taken in issue. Another was Gallileo. His astrological models were declared heretical and he damned nearly earned the stake. His genius strayed from the path of ecclesiastic approval and placed a set of crosshairs on his back for the remainder of his life. Then there was da Vinci who also treaded on thin ice at times. The genius of Mozart damned nearly got him in trouble at the time, not to mention is virtual captive status by the king who decided he owned the composer. Fast-forward to the age of "enlightenment". THAT is where we see the real advances that came in rapid fire, one upon the other. Why? I will tell you: it was because for the first time in the history of human Empire, genius was respected through the augmented recognition of INDIVIDUAL RIGHTS. No longer were men so blatantly regarded as the property of those in power. Such men as Planck, Rieman, Bohr, Hertz, Poisson, Einstein, Tesla, and so on, were actually FREE to engage in the exercise of their genius and make of it what they might. Never before had that been possible. The wicked and corrupt church had been muzzled, and much of the worst of the kings reined in... at least enough to make possible the Industrial Revolution, which would have been wholly impossible in the fifteenth century even had Watt and Carnot been born then and equally educated. Why? Because the product of their genius would have been seen by the rotten Church of Fear and Evil as a threat to their world view, and thus their power. Such men would have been reeled in, any resistance met with the stake or other equally horrid and criminal instrumentality. And now that we are on our way into a new political dark age, once again the yoke has been reintroduced upon the individual, every day another few grains of weight added to ensure that whatever greatness might reside within the head in question, it will remain tightly controlled by Themme and their agents so as not to bring forth anything that might attenuate their power in accord with the zero-sum world view they hold in such matters.
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    04-25-2017, 08:32 AM
    Oh and one more thing: for a reputedly master strategist, Trump sure pooched when he promised "the wall". He should have promised to consider a wall. Now he is pretty well constrained to build it, much to the detriment of the nation and its coffers. Furthermore, who is to say the next president will not have it torn down in the wake of Mexican president's impersonation of Reagan's "tear down that wall!". We are in the hands of madmen, yet we sit meekly as they drive us to the chute in wait of the hammer. Amazing... AmeriKans. It appears we marinate in the Stupid and Compliant. This is where my hope fails me.
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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.
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