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    02-21-2019, 09:55 AM
    I'm a pretty decent cabinet maker. If someone will provide the lumber, I will build the gallows... or guillotine.
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    02-21-2019, 09:54 AM
    Valid points. Do not become that against which you hold complaint.
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    02-21-2019, 09:51 AM
    OK then. That's all I wanted to know. Seems credible enough, at least for now. Doesn't make any immediate sense that this would be planted, controlled opposition disinformation, though you can never really know, given how subtle strategy can get, regardless of its validity in terms of results. If only the cops would be more like this... such as in mind their own fucking business where no crime is in progress. Kid fires up a spliff on the courthouse steps, police do nothing in spite of the drug laws precisely because those laws aren't.
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    02-21-2019, 09:02 AM
    Nice sounding theory. Not so good in practice. I will add that China claims Okinawa as its own.
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    02-21-2019, 09:01 AM
    No problem with the measure in principle. In reality, though, I have lots of problems with it because humans.
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    02-21-2019, 08:59 AM
    Great stratagem... maybe. Will the chromos remember? Only time will tell, but given what I see these days, the promise is small. Trump could personally hand out blowjobs to the gayhorde and it seems to me that many would still hate him just because he is Trump.
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    02-21-2019, 08:55 AM
    How do you know this? I would not be surprised, mind you. Question: since all arrests and investigations are public property, how could cops be prosecuted for releasing to the public that which belongs to it? That's a semi-rhetorical question, though I'd still like to hear the tortured reasoning in justification of such charges. I would also say that as much as I despise cops, those responsible should be rallied behind and given the strongest possible protections, if anything were to develop along these lines. Whistleblowers need to be supported when they do the right things.
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    02-21-2019, 08:51 AM
    Humans.
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    02-21-2019, 08:50 AM
    Hold on now... until seemingly recently, Coulter seems to have been ready to volunteer her head for Trump's giggles. Now this? I swear, there seems to be nothing to which one may lend trust.
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    02-21-2019, 08:44 AM
    It never applied.
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    02-21-2019, 08:08 AM
    HEP ME! HEP ME! O' LOAD... D'NAZZY STRAI'WHA'MAN A GYNE'A'GIT ME... I'd really like to know what is going on here. All of a sudden even the least dregs of self-preserving, basic sense is magically flying from the "minds" of those on the. so-called "left"? I can think of only two strong possibilities here - either this is a psyop conspiracy of proportions even I cannot readily accept as plausible in that They could not possibly find so many people to knowingly fall on their swords for the cause, or the psyop we all know is happening in plain sight, led by "media" has proven itself far more effective than even Theye ever dared imagine. I vote for the latter, and that should give everyone very serious pause. If media is in fact that capable, and I believe that it is when taken as a gestalt (IOW no single element wields such effect, but all together the power is there between all elements, properly applied), the question of Constitutional rights comes squarely under the withering light of question. Off the top of my head, I would suggest that there is a large difference between individual rights of free speech and those corporate. Once again, the power of the super-organism shows itself for what it is: potentially huge, and not necessarily of good effect. IMO, the notion of corporate personhood needs to be reexamined with close scrutiny and minds more honest and/or capable than those who have landed us in this circumstance. The courts are NOT to be trusted in any way or degree on such matters.
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    02-16-2019, 04:23 PM
    ok,then I claim sucker berg. Deliver it to me so I May dispose of it.
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    02-16-2019, 04:02 PM
    The WORLD needs a reset event.
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    02-16-2019, 04:00 PM
    Why bother with a Facebook page? They can do whatever they wish, being private property and all. The only purpose it serves in my life is to be a point of contact.
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    02-16-2019, 03:02 PM
    Uh huh... This has the stink all over it. If the story is real, I'd bet money I don't have that the perpetrators are hard-left. Cue shrieks for "gun control" in 4... 3...
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    02-04-2019, 03:28 PM
    Far worse. I used to live in Seattle, and Portland. Believe me, they reek a reek you don't want to learn of the hard way.
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    02-04-2019, 03:26 PM
    No. Kill the owner and abscond with the pet in question. World -> Better Place. :)
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    02-04-2019, 03:22 PM
    Of course you should. The world should be one of rats. That's how MUH GUVVERMINT flourishes; through the active participation of rats from sea to shining sea. MUH LICENSE... MUH RIGHT... SCREW ALL Y'ALL... Ein! Zwei! Drei! VIER!! <goosestep> <goosestep> <goosestep> <goosestep> Ein! Zwei! Drei! VIER!!
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    02-04-2019, 03:14 PM
    He may not be your president, but he is in point of fact the president. Wild non sequitur. Not only is it logically fallacious, it is wholly untrue, especially in the cases of those who voted for him on the expectation that he would not intervene in the affairs of foreign lands. Perhaps, but your reasoning here isn't quite passing the smell test. :)
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    02-04-2019, 02:42 PM
    https://freedomisobvious.blogspot.com/2019/02/the-truth-about-human-rights.html In a previous essay, I addressed the question "what are rights?", describing what they are, precisely. What I failed to address in that work, was reveal a deeper truth about them, an error I shall correct presently. People yak a blue streak about "rights". Forgetting the nonsensical ravings of the misguided who go on about "gay" rights, "women's" rights, and so forth, the only rights of which to speak in the realm of men are humanrights. There are no special rights for these guys, those gals, or the creatures lurking over in the dark corners. We all share the same rights.
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    02-02-2019, 03:33 AM
    "If we can discredit Trump..." If fact, then Trump is not part of NWO and should have our support, our normative ideals notwithstanding. Fully agree that you to not want coordination between intelligence agencies. It's the worst thing you can do. Not sure Russia is a threat, but China most definitely is, so anyone saying otherwise is a fool or is peddling. South China Sea is very hot these days and if it continues, there will be violence there between US and China. Intelligence agencies ought not be allowed any positive action whatsoever. They should be passive gathering establishments whose only active work should be reporting. That CIA/NSA/DIA etc. mount operations is absurd on its face. Dangerously absurd. As for industrial espionage, I cannot agree. China engages in it. We do very little of that because nobody else on the planet is innovating the way Americans do. We are probably responsible for 95% +/- of all significant innovation, worldwide.
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    01-31-2019, 10:46 PM
    Strongly implied. Unmistakably so. Au contraire, mon frere... I think it was indeed a major goal. As I wrote previously, without such conditions, the Union makes no sense and "conceived in liberty" becomes mere and farcical words. That was YET ANOTHER major goal. The Constitution set forth several major goals, any one of which represented an absolutely monumental departure from anything that had come prior in all the history of human civilization. The totality of those goals represented something truly wild and wonderful, but I reiterate and stand by my assertion that the instrument of expression was and remains hopelessly naive and thereby weak. If only the average man were a quantum nobler than currently we find him; if only the Gaussian were narrower. But they aren't and it isn't. Therefore, America.
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    01-30-2019, 07:10 PM
    Allow me to gently point out that there is no such thing as the "federal government", save as a mental abstraction floating around within the confines of human skulls. "Federal Government" is a script, replete with roles, instructions, lines, and specifications of behavior to which some people subscribe. That's it. It's not the buildings, the equipment, the black-letter "law", or anything one cares to name. It is an idea and nothing more, being made manifest through human action. Stop the actions and <POOF!!> - it disappears from one millisecond to the next, as if into thin air. My point is that what you have asserted here is problematic in that it tends to lead people into the mental trap of regarding "federal government" as something real in itself, rather than fellow human beings playing bit parts in a play and in accord with a script that most often ruins the live quality of the lives of a great majority of people who call themselves "American". It behooves every man to understand this and bear it centrally in our awareness any time the topic of "government" or "the state" comes up for discussion or other consideration. That is the common theory, but I don't buy it.
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    01-24-2019, 08:46 AM
    Ijit.
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