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    Yesterday, 09:28 PM
    This is a very dangerous brand of bullshit sophistry, attempting to attribute alternative meanings to clearly made statements, which are by their nature complications of those statements. If we bear Occam's Ba... ern, razor in mind, the simplest answer is that fairyboi was speaking candidly, and complication of his statements requiring clear, definitive, and better than merely sufficient proof that they are the actual true and intended semantics, and not those of the more obvious sort. If a stranger on the street tells me he intends on gutting me like a fish whilst holding a knife in his hand, I'm probably going to draw my sidearm and shoot his ass because telling myself that what he said is not what he meant is patently and stupidly insane. I believe that little nutgobbler was speaking candidly. There was nothing in his body language, what he said, or perhaps more importantly in the way he said them that lead me for even the most brief of moments to wonder whether he was making shit up to look like some sort of big shot. Indeed, and quite the contrary, he seemed to be speaking very naturally and from a well of facts. I would also point out that what on planet earth would lead him to think that anyone would be impressed by such talk, rather than causing him to be viewed as a monster in his "date's" eyes? What would lead him to think that, given his position and the possibility of being received negatively, that his "date" would not turn him in based on the clearly felonious nature of those things he so clearly stated as being fact? He may be a fairy, but I doubt he rose to his position by blowing his way to the top. Therefore, he has to possess sufficient intellectual subtlety to understand that telling such insane lies makes no sense under any condition, much less to impress a first date. The explanation is absurd on its face and anyone accepting it without vast proof is a fool of the lowest order. And that bottom most reply is a hot mess of logical fallacy. An astrophycisit who is not completely and wildly insane is not likely, for example, to claim that his department is developing a city-leveling death ray that they are planning to use for the sake of boosting their holdings in the construction industry. Most likely, any stretches of truth would lie well within the lines of decency and normal propriety. "Oh yeah, we're designing a new space telescope that's going to put James Webb to shame... We're going to revolutionize humanity's knowledge of the universe." THAT is a plausible lie, not that they are going to boil entire cities so they can become rich. GTFO. The fairy princess was speaking in absolute candor, make no mistake about that. Pfizer should be dismantled, its entire board and everyone else in knowledge of or involvement with these activities imprisoned for life, no chance of parole, every asset they possess seized, their families relegated to abject poverty, but free to rebuild their lives as they may be able, and prison for anyone so much as establishing a gofundme.
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    Yesterday, 07:43 PM
    I'm thinking that it depends largely in whether "he" goes to prison.
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    Yesterday, 05:59 PM
    The perpetrators of this travesty leave me wanting to tie them to a post and drill holes in their skulls, through to their brain stems, sans anesthesia. Note how the bar is once again being lowered such that any retard with zero work ethic can now get a "master's" degree in a year for next to no money, and next to no work. Fuck's sake... Theye are wilding to destroy every facet of western culture, and we're letting them do it. I have a master's in comp. sci. and my MBA from a top-20 school. Getting those degrees kicked my ass because they were difficult. Imagine at 47 using the calculus you last used in engineering school at 22. It wasn't easy, and it wasn't supposed to be. My master's degrees cost me maybe $150K and they were supposed to distinguish me from the riff-raff, not that I give a damn about credentials, mind you, but having earned them is (was?) supposed to mean something significant, and good. Now, any half-wit can get a master's in jacking a load in his boyfriend's hair for next to nothing, in a year, and probably get away with answering all questions put to him based on his "feelings". I'm not bitching here because I feel slighted, BTW, but because something that was once good and of great value on the whole, is now being discounted and disparaged just as was once done with the high school diploma, presumably all pursuant to the intention of wrecking everything of value that the western world brought to the human race, elevating us from the depths of medieval miseries to a standard of living men had not known in all our written history. God in heaven forbid the world enjoy even a shred of petty joy.
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    Yesterday, 02:30 PM
    I could be mistaken, but I'm thinking that the quality of señor Gaypunk's buttsex is about to take a turn for the worse.
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    Yesterday, 10:32 AM
    Open bomb bay doors...
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    01-29-2023, 09:35 AM
    Were you a self-hating white man whose core impetus to that strongest of emotions was based on your whiteness, then by all means yes. There are countless examples, this being a juicy one illustrating the point well: Indeed it is, but it is not necessarily the sole factor. I would add that the left embarked upon a mad, rampaging campaign to sow self-hatred in the American black man. A fine example of this is one black calling another "n i g g g e r". I grew up in some shit 'hoods, at least one of them predominantly black. Back in the mid-60s if a kneegrow called another kneegrow "n i g g g e r", there was soon to ensue an energetic fight. Then all of a sudden, everyone is doing it with impunity, black on black.
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    01-28-2023, 03:04 PM
    I remain to be convinced of this. On what do you base your claim? I would submit that no man susceptible to such emotions while on a job of this nature should ever be allowed within ten thousand light years of a gun, badge, and the imprimatur of the "state". Since every man on the planet is incapable of proving such immunity, it would follow that the very concept of "police" is, at best, the product of thinking so errant as to qualify as being demented. They clearly had him under physical control. They murdered him, should be convicted, and I would have no problem seeing them hang until deceased.
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    01-26-2023, 10:55 PM
    But... but... butt... RAYcis. Thankyouverymuch.
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    01-25-2023, 05:15 PM
    One would think that this sort of thing would expose the fedgov to suits for libel, etc. But no, it doesn't. Our "government" makes the devil look like a boy scout.
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    01-25-2023, 05:06 PM
    And yet here we are, suffering.
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    01-23-2023, 10:58 AM
    https://freedomisobvious.blogspot.com/2023/01/making-sense-of-nonsensical.html As of this writing, the world appears to be going further into madness, especially in the developed west, and most particularly in America. Consider the rise of the so-called "woke" movement, which strikes me as closer to a bowel movement than anything even remotely worth one's while. Nearly everything about them is ridiculous, often flying past the line of hard idiocy. Wokeness rose suddenly and seemingly out of nowhere, aided and abetted in great part by the so-called "established media" that includes the major network broadcast entities such as CNN, MSNBC, ABC, etc.
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    01-22-2023, 01:29 PM
    Fair enough.
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    01-22-2023, 01:28 PM
    A few things. We do not disagree. I remain to be convinced of this. I fully acknowledge that it is a last resort tactic, but that does not invalidate it. When someone is endeavoring to bring you vast harm or destruction and escape is not a viable option, physical warfare becomes the only option to the good old-fashioned folding like a cheap suit. If you feel you are going to die or be horribly maimed whatever you do, then I say take as many of those bastards with you as you are able. And here I speak of other humans in general and not of cops in specific.
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    01-22-2023, 10:53 AM
    It is funny to see how being out of a field for awhile turns you into an alien in that field. This discussion of compromised hardware triggered a memory. Anyone else recall DES? I do so clearly remember when the DES or DESII chip was introduced as a panacea for digital security. It went nowhere because nobody trusted that there were no backdoors in hardware, which sort of proved to be the case, as I vaguely recall. And yet here we have our cell phones, trusted by nearly all. Even I brain-farted on the possibility of the hardware being corrupted, needing to get slapped up a little in this thread to remind me of that which I know all too well, having been in that biz as an MTS at Bell for better part of a decade. This reminds me of an event I attended for AT&T personnel in Basking Ridge, ca. 1991. Bell Labs invented the smart card and the event in question was the coming out party for family members. At that time, the smart card was a credit-card sized computer with a contactless interface. It contained everything about you. Driver's licence/ID, medical records, criminal history, and so on down the litany of private matters one may not want made public. By the time we came to the break for lunch, the room stood in initial, stunned silence at what had been presented there. The implications of it were quite staggering to an audience of Bell Labs personnel whose intellects and knowledge tended to the ragged edges of the third sigma on the good end of the bell curve. When people began recovering themselves, the conversations became furious in the room. I spoke with colleagues known to me, and those unknown. We eavesdropped on those of others as well and for a good half an hour commiserated on the rather dire implications of this invention.
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    01-22-2023, 10:30 AM
    Any speculations as to their motives for raking the muck at church?
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    01-21-2023, 09:46 AM
    I see that this author has a nontrivial problem with his understanding of capitalism. Capitalism is everywhere in America. It is, indeed, all over the world. Presence of capitalism is not the issue, but rather the ways in which it is being made use or manipulated, mainly by "government". Capitalism is not a political system, the contrary belief being one of the central errors of the "economics" of the left. Capitalism is a tool, nothing more. It is a vastly powerful tool. If it were it a political system, then communist China would be capitalist China, but it is not. It remains communist China, who has hypocritically made use of the very tool against which it has ranted and raved. Communist China is a totalitarian state, the "government" of which has cleverly adapted the use of capitalism to make itself powerful. How could that have happened, if capitalism were an actual political system that in its very fabric could not live on the same planet as communism. But being a tool, capitalism is perfectly compatible in some way and degree with even the rot of communist authoritarians. A communist can use a gun or a hammer just as can a Freeman. A communist cannnot, however, be a communist and a Freeman at the same time, just as cannot an abject chattel slave. Plenty of capitalism. Most of it, however, is being applied toward what I will confidently call evil ends, which I believe is the point the author is trying to make, but fails to tie it all up due to his misunderstanding. This is a readily reparable flaw and I will give credit where due: the spirit of his view is well taken.
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    01-19-2023, 07:02 PM
    Synchronicity. https://stream.org/words-for-warriors-sam-sorbos-new-book-explains-language-that-the-left-is-using-against-conservatives-and-how-to-fight-back/
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    01-19-2023, 01:56 PM
    No surprise there. I don't use even my computer for anything important. I knock on someone's door and talk face to face, and only then very carefully. The phones, definitely listen to your conversations. Wife and I will talk about, say, ceiling fans; next you know, your ads are all ceiling fans. Happens all the time. I adopted that habit long ago. Convenience is often evil in disguise.
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    01-19-2023, 12:47 PM
    Ah, keystroke readers. Well, assuming that this is the case, security does become a problem, but I would have to see a convincing argument that the hardware-level compromise cannot be defeated. It may be the case, but computer geeks are sneaky little devils and have bailed the world from seemingly tight corners before.
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    01-19-2023, 11:55 AM
    That would be assuming no real-time encryption. Since data of that sort has a very short shelf life, taking even ten minutes to crack it would likely be too long. In reality with a large public key, it would take much longer, even with NSA backing you. Then there are other strategies that might be employed to make things even trickier, again bearing in mind shelf life.
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    01-19-2023, 11:18 AM
    A couple things. Firstly, if you're being invaded or the threat is imminent, legalities may have to take a back seat to the more immediate issue of survival. If my child may be injured, I will worry about the legal ramifications long after the immediate event has passed and his safety has been secured. If that brings tough consequences for me, so be it. Is that not what parents are supposed to do? Secondly, I would not even mention cops and other "government" entities in any promotional material. You have an emergency, call for help. Let us not forget that at least in the USA one is not obliged to rely on cops for assistance, particularly in the wake of SCOTUS rulings that police have no obligation to render such aid. So FTP, I'm calling on friends who have pledged mutual aid in the event any member of a circle finds themselves in immediate and serious danger. Thirdly, and this is a mite redundant, if we live our lives wringing our hands in worry about legalities while people with no authority rape and ravage our existences, then we deserve nothing better than what we get. Toe Theire line if is pleases you, but I am not a fan and I defy Themme at every turn. Of course they would. If you made ANY move to defend yourself, Theire agents would charge similarly.
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    01-19-2023, 06:55 AM
    Don't care much. It would be nice, but that was a first thought. Apple wont sell P2P platforms like eDonkey, either. They nonetheless survive, if in comparative marginality. Make if for anything. Hell, it could be written in Python, source included (obviously) and let the community manage it much the way it is done with programs such as FreeCAD. Yes, but I'm thinking that this is more than just that. Granted, my notion is rather vague at this stage, but I'm thinking that there may be more to it than just a text deal. Possible transmission of live audio/video of what is happening... nothing overly complicated since the intended use would come in a context where speed is of paramount concern. One cannot be fumbling with the thing, trying to figure out which feature to use.
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    01-18-2023, 03:57 PM
    I had and idea, so best you start running now. As "government" goes ever wilder in its stridency, 87K new IRS agents coming immediately to mind, I have wondered whether the time has come for we the people to get serious about defending ourselves against Theire ever more violent intrusions. Theire agents do no-knocks, often on the wrong locations, shoot the dog, beat or even murder other family members, destroy the house, toss flash-bangs into cradles where infants sleep, and so on down the miserable list we all know too well. The idea that twigged this afternoon was <DRUMROLL>... An app. Surprising, right? Specifically, a phone/pad/computer app that would allow people to broadcast calls to action. Imagine the IRS bangs in your door. You fire off a call for help, not to worthless police who would do nothing better than help their compatriots, but to a circle who would presumably show up to your location, perhaps well armed, and ready to render aid. The idea here is that if police, etc. had to worry about significant numbers of armed friends, family, and neighbors of those whom you are violating showing up, they might come to a new view on such matters, such as making damned certain of the addresses they intend on serving no-knock warrants.
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    01-18-2023, 03:25 PM
    That was pretty aggravating. Were they cowards, afraid of the dreaded r-word? Or perhaps they were right there with Barry.
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    01-18-2023, 12:37 PM
    Time is here. Shit of get off the pot, America. Choose freedom or servitude. Just stop holding your breath waiting for someone else to come to your rescue, because it ain't a gwyne a happen. One or ten voices like Massie's will result in nothing worthy of mention. This is on us, every stinking last one; so if the Tyrant wins you have only yourselves to blame... and yes, that includes me. Become intolerant and walk that line boldly, proudly, and defiantly. Defy Themme in every order they give. Task Themme as the master you are supposed to be. Heed no word Theye spew. Regard and treat them with cold indifference, as hunters on the trigger with their quarry in the crosshairs. Make their lives an impossible burden. Cross Themme at every nexus. Show loudly your contempt for every vile thing Theye attempt by force to raise up as virtue upon your lives. Reduce them to ash, if the choice is forced upon you. Mors Tyrannis.
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    01-18-2023, 12:24 PM
    Heh... we have a gas well. The fedgov can go jam a biggun' in their sphincters. We heat and cook with gas and will not be stopping during this lifetime.
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    01-18-2023, 12:22 PM
    Southpark has Towelie. America has Stovie.
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    01-17-2023, 06:18 PM
    I'm thinking that the more salient question is whether there is any gray matter between her ears.
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