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    10-10-2017, 11:16 PM
    Ugh, e-Verify... just what we need - more state technology. Nothing to see here folks... move along or I'll unleash tech upon your miserable prole-self. Trump's a smart guy in many ways, but his world is very small in some regards and I don't think he understands freedom quite well enough.
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    10-10-2017, 04:04 PM
    A BILL... To ban string...
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    10-10-2017, 03:55 PM
    FWIW http://thefederalist.com/2017/10/06/6-reasons-right-wing-friend-isnt-coming-side-gun-control/ Iíve seen my friends and colleagues on the Left side of the gun control debate dumbfounded at why Second Amendment advocates donít seem to budge on their views after mass shootings. So I thought I would try my hand at explaining this phenomenon in the hopes that maybe more will be inclined to have a better conversation about guns and the Second Amendment in America. There are several reasons 2A advocates arenít running to your side of the argument, and it might not be the ones you think. 1. We Rarely Get to Come to the Conversation in Good FaithThe most destructive, divisive response when dealing with Second Amendment advocates is the notion that we arenít on your side of the issue because we ďdonít careĒ about the tragedy and loss of life. Two years ago at Christmas I had a family member, exasperated that I wasnít agreeing about gun control, snarl, ďIt appears that if your daughter was killed because of gun violence you wouldnít even care!Ē
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    10-08-2017, 05:37 PM
    The stupid... it burns... it BURNS!!!
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    10-08-2017, 07:08 AM
    Statute (vis-a-vis Law) either means something definite, or is means nothing at all. If the former, then there is nowhere to go with this. If the latter, then any law can be tailored to fit any "government" agenda. Murder laws could be bent to address public masturbation or the requirements for septic systems. We as a statistical gestalt are teetering now. Theye are wandering into places they never before dared with such brazenness. If Theye go there and we accept it, they will have taken yet another giant leap toward why-bother-with-pretending tyranny. Now THAT is a flawed assumption. All Theye have to do is declare any multiple discharge of a weapon above some specified rate a felony. End of story. What if Theye did such a thing? What do we think the American people would do? I will tell you: they would bitch and whinge about it, and then they would shut their noises and accept it. Why? Because that is what we do. If you think of it, this is precisely the sort of legislative chicane that might just survive a SCOTUS review. It would set a definite and readily quantifiable limit on behavior into law. SCOTUS often ignores reasons behind a law - the valid basis in principle for its enactment - and focuses mainly on language: is the law clear and does it apply equally to all? If it meets those two requirements, SCOTUS often turns a blind eye to the question of whether the basis is properly reasoned. The body of arbitrary statute is herniating in its sheer mass.
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    10-07-2017, 08:25 AM
    Then consider yourself fortunate. Speaking of migraines, and not to hijack the thread, but two things. Firstly, I've developed a new habit as of about 8 months ago: migraines. I don't get them often, though too often for my tastes, but when I do - I just want to pit my head in a hydraulic press. Secondly, I was at the Hardees in Big Chimney about 2 weeks ago prepping to eat because a migraine was coming on. I whipped out a BC powder and added it to a small volume of soda and sent it down. Food came and about ten minutes later I felt like I'd been dosed with acid. I was sitting there, staring at my hands, completely out of body, which has not happened to me before. I am not now, nor have ever been a panicky person - it's just not in my makeup - and yet there I was on the verge of panic, looking at my hands and feeling as if they were someone else's. It was a very unpleasant experience and it took about three hours before completely wearing off. I actually went home and poured some concrete and that helped a lot, or so it seemed. Anyone ever had this happen? Someone later told me that you should not take BC with sodas, as some very strange things can ensue.
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    10-07-2017, 08:17 AM
    When I started at WTSQ I ended up at Boulevard Tavern one evening after my slot. Station president, a monumental schmuck named Chris Long, got me an IPA. I had my carry gun with me and I was moved to shoot his worthless ass right there, right then. I can barely believe the swill some people will not only put in their mouths, but actually swallow and pretend to like. Reminds me of porn in the most disgusting senses. Yet another anecdotal point in the world of human stoogery.
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    10-07-2017, 08:08 AM
    Attendance fee schedule: Single day pass, if white: $10,000.00* Weekend pass, if white: $50,000.00* Full week pass, if white: $1,000,000.00* If non-white: free. *Does not include mandatory-to-purchase-and-wear "So Sorry" t-shirts, an additional $5,000.00 White people are obliged to self-hate, admit their genetic guilt, submit to ridicule and punishments, as well as agree to sign all of their properties over to White Privilege Conference Committee, who will redistribute the racially ill-gotten booty to deserving non-white people.
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    10-07-2017, 07:53 AM
    You, myself, and others have been beating that dead horse for years, to no apparent avail. No sense trying to help people who want it not.
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    10-07-2017, 07:37 AM
    Oh no... sky's falling <panic> <panic> <panic>... quickly!, everyone run around like headless chickens whilst wetting yourselves, for the end is nigh. Oy.
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    10-06-2017, 05:26 PM
    Yes. The Constitution is clear on what it means by "arms": death rays.
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    10-06-2017, 12:36 PM
    How is it different and is the difference in any way fundamental? I don't see it.
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    10-05-2017, 06:39 PM
    When those conditions are not only perpetrated by "government", but protected by them for the sake of elite interests, is that not also tyranny?
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    10-05-2017, 06:29 PM
    I am afraid it is far worse than this. They know that law is mostly inane, politically biased, endlessly subject to corrupted application, and yet still they believe in the obligation to obey. This is the very definition of "just about hopeless".
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    10-05-2017, 11:15 AM
    http://freedomisobvious.blogspot.com/2017/10/mass-murder.html Mass Murder Earlier this week we were treated to the worst mass shooting in American history with nearly sixty people murdered and hundreds wounded. The bodies weren't counted before certain interests were already screaming for more "gun control", as if that were not readily predictable. Naturally, those same interests are quick to point out that this is a "mostly" American phenomenon, the implication being that the reason for it is that there are so many guns in America. A more deeply tacit implication is that mass murder doesn't really happen in other nations, which is a bald-faced lie. But it is not my purpose here to go into the facts about what happens around the world in that regard, but rather to point out a very simple observation in the form of a question: why is it that broader questions regarding possible causes for such horrific events are never raised? Certainly, we never hear the questions raised in major network media. Why? Because they raise the possibility, I daresay the risk, of leading to answers not in good keeping with an agenda of vested political interest that would see the American people disarmed.
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    10-04-2017, 03:17 AM
    If true, it is also of some interest to note that these mass shooters seem to be very much mostly, if not all, registered democrats. The yoyo in Vegas is reported to have been a big Hillary supporter. Anyone hear similar, or contradicting claims?
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    10-04-2017, 03:12 AM
    Dan Gelbart is a rather interesting fellow. Here is something he threw together in his free time:
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    10-03-2017, 01:29 PM
    Apparently, it is now being said the weapons were bump-fire, which would explain the somewhat slow rate of the AK. Once again there is some strangeness surrounding this rotten event. The dopes in MSM immediately glommed on to the idea that the gunman "snapped". This is nonsense, IMO. People who "snap" grab a gun and go downtown to start shooting. This man built a hide, had a cache of weapons, scoped out a kill box, and took days to set up. That is decidedly not a hallmark of one who "snaps". Not saying there is a conspiracy on, save perhaps one of the usual medial stupidity. This one has the smell of cause-orientation on it. Time will tell, I suppose.
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    09-28-2017, 03:35 PM
    Well, if something blows up in the coming days or weeks and the media immediately point to NK, you may know the truth more or less instantly.
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    09-27-2017, 04:04 PM
    Lessee if this helps: http://freedomisobvious.blogspot.com/2010/03/state.html
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    09-26-2017, 02:04 PM
    Puny... yeah, sure.
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    09-22-2017, 04:38 PM
    Pig. I knew there had to be a reason I liked you.
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