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    07-16-2018, 09:31 PM
    The average man, being made of stupid...
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    07-16-2018, 09:17 PM
    So now it is treason to come to a civil diplomatic arrangement for coexistence such that we don't have to get into another arms race and, in a moment of something gone horribly wrong, blow each other to Kingdom Come? How is it that we don't hunt these people, cape them out, and feed them to other people we despise as deeply in the hope of poisoning them?
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    07-14-2018, 03:13 AM
    If stupid-posting held so much as 0.001% chance of resulting in death or maiming of the poster, the network would be a very different place. As things stand, it seems that behaving as if one had no brain of which to speak has become the new standard of grand virtue for mean humanity. Welcome to Lovecraft's New Dark Age; only, this one doesn't even rise to that tragic standard, but rather one attributable to nothing better than the eager choice of the average man to relegate himself to that which is base beyond the wildest imaginings of his forebears. Bleak are the prospects for humankind. Come to think of it, they may not even be that good.
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    07-12-2018, 09:10 AM
    If we leave NATO, Western Europe will curse itself shortly thereafter when the truth of what it meant to have Americans pay 90% of their national defense for 70 years. comes home to roost like a bullet. I hope we do it. We will see how long their socialist paradise <spew> <hizzom> <hizzom> <hizzom> lasts when they have to choose between "free" medical care and not being eaten by the bears. I hope to hell eastern Europe leaves the west to perish under the overbearing weight of its own brutal idiocy. When they collapse in the wake, and I'd bet money I don't have that they would - all else equal - God forbid that Americans bail their retarded selves out yet again. Let the despicable western Europeans burn or get some sense. Their choice, their job.
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    07-05-2018, 08:06 PM
    The implications of this particular abolition is in point of fact, grand tyranny. When it is abolished, I guaRONtee that the "state" will be up the twats of every woman in the land. They will snoop and peek and pick in deep trespass of the fundamental rights of every woman in America, regardless of what she's really doing. It's what Theye do. In time, creep will set in such that every horse-shit pretext will be raised to justify the violations. "She might..." will prepend each list item of why the state's nose must be in Ms. America's vagina. Our Constitution and the principles of Law and Right upon which this land is supposedly founded provides stern prohibitions against the "state" sticking its nose in people's personal business. It is why we are supposed to operate on the presumption of innocence in criminal matters. It is why search warrants are supposed to be required in order for the "state" to enter upon a man's property, unwelcome, and why those warrants are supposed to issue only upon oath and affirmation of the facts presented as being faithful to truth. Abolition of alcohol via Volstead resulted in a grand expansion of the "state", both in terms of physical size and usurpations. The same result arose as a consequence of the drug war. I suspect cursory analysis would reveal similar results for other abolitions as well. And where will the line be drawn? Throwing women into prison for possessing RU-486? Will the state require women to submit to twat inspections to verify they are not pregnant, nor have been recently? When a woman miscarries, will she be subjected to inquisition where she will be required to prove that she did not intentionally cause the termination? Will women be prohibited from possessing iodine solution, to be sent to a cell if caught with it? Where does it end?
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    07-04-2018, 08:26 AM
    But abolition and everything it implies is part of tyranny.
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    07-03-2018, 11:20 PM
    Abolish abortion: pure FAIL. This is the attitude of the statist. The implications of abolition are the same, whether it be abortion, booze, drugs, slavery, hatred... the "state" in this case would inevitably have its nose in every woman's twat, and against this I chafe most vehemently. I will repeat unto nausea and rolling eyes that which bears repetition: freedom isn't all bunnies, light, and great squirting penises. The other side of the coin is often pretty ugly, and allowing for the horror of abortion is part of that side. Anyone seeking abolition of abortion, seeks pretty slavery. If you really want true freedom, you take the woe with the weal, mind your own damned business, and accept that some women are going to do this thing. Otherwise, you are a bullshitter, coward, and a hypocrite, wanting what you want while the rest can get stuffed. Rather than abolition, how about seeking a cultural sea change that steers the young away from not just abortion, but the attitudes and acts that lead one to seek such a thing? How about a return to shame; not the toxic brand but that which keeps people on the good path, yet allows for amends by those who step away? Ain't likely, any of it... young men behaving like gentlemen, women keeping their damned legs shut until the time is right to do otherwise, and not making sex into sport. Humans - the most despicable of all creatures on the planet. On average, I have more respect for fleas.
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    07-01-2018, 07:40 AM
    I see you're still bored. Firstly, it's CANADA. Nobody gives a shit about what they think or do... not even Canadians. Secondly, it's run by that über-phag snowflake globalist wannabe, so stupidity should be expected. Thirdly, ddi I mention that you are still bored?
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    06-30-2018, 09:24 PM
    OBTW, as to the question of how long, the answer is "forever". The dollar is not money, as we all know, but mere currency - most of it electronic. Therefore, Theye can generate more and more indefinitely, prices following suit. So long as the status quo of ratios and perceptions is maintained, the dollar could go on for millions of years. Nobody will care if in 1000 years a stick of gum costs $75,000 if minimum wage is $900,000/hr. The currency system is baloney, perhaps we may all agree, but that does not mean that it cannot work. Only two generally stated brands of event are likely to bring the party to an end. Either Theye will crash it, intentionally or through error, or some event beyond anyone's control will do that which would perhaps not have equal effect upon actual money. The current system has thus far proved the product of great genius - evil as it may otherwise be. It has survived over 100 years and shows no indication that it cannot keep going indefinitely. Kicking the can down the road is no problem whatsoever, in principle, so long as people remain willing to exchange real goods for that which is literally nothing. The trouble will start the moment a nontrivial proportion of the population decide they are no longer willing to make that type of exchange.
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    06-30-2018, 08:42 PM
    I see we have yet another live one on our hands here. It gets worse: Is this even serious? How in hell would he have them classified. Much FAIL here.
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    06-28-2018, 05:55 PM
    This ancient back and forth to which men make application of their argumentative faculty - federal merit v. that of local government - makes plain the louse that is the lie of all government; of any government whatsoever. But that veil upon the mind only diverts the eye from a deeper truth that tells us it is men and only men that render vile the conditions of their self-befouled lives; for at the end of it all that blind is naught but that - the gossamer lie that a corrupted humanity accepts as real and authoritative such that they bend themselves to it no matter how debased and bankrupted the result that drives them into contemptuous ruin and misery, bringing forth the fruits of desolation upon their liberty.
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    06-28-2018, 08:34 AM
    The Black States list: Massachussetts Connecticut Rhode Island New York New Jersey Maryland
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    06-26-2018, 06:54 PM
    If you don't like it, don't frequent the establishment. If you like it, make reservations every evening into 2045. If you don't care, don't do anything.
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    06-25-2018, 06:14 PM
    Theire hired lackeys.
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    06-25-2018, 12:31 AM
    "Deep State" == "Themme".
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    06-25-2018, 12:27 AM
    Actually, it is crap from the first sentence onward. You may read the analysis, beginning with the preamble. The analysis was divided into four parts. One has gone MIA. I have no idea what happened to it, but can tell you that if you glean my basic approach, you can reproduce my work readily and with ease for the third part, which is the one missing.
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    06-22-2018, 10:42 PM
    Clearly, everything is not bunnies and light, but nevertheless better than they were.. There is a good dose of half-baked stuff on that page, but a few good comments by those using their brains as more than hat racks were also present. To wit: The only thing there to which I take exception is the implications of the use of "robber baron". Beyond that, the statement is on the money. I see three general factors beyond the usual cycles of discovery as cited above to be of major influence. Firstly, government regulation. Consider ACA, the costs of which serve as a barrier to entry for entrepreneurial endeavors. SOX is yet another HUGE cost that keeps little guys out of play. Then there is the lingering aftermath of the dotcom fiasco where imbecile investors tossed money around without due analysis and got burned in wide and deep fashion. Consider that 23 year old infant who was handed $30+ million and threw a launch party with The Who as the entertainment. He went to prison as I recall, but that didn't get the investors' cash back.
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    06-22-2018, 10:09 PM
    The more we turn our backs to the UN, the better. The only exception is our position on the security council. Being able to veto their hair-brained schemes remains a useful thing, IMO. It would be my druthers that the UN be dissolved, but practically speaking it is not a good idea due to the corrupt nature of humans. If the UN is eliminated, just as it replaced the League of Nations, so would it too be replaced. UN is a known quantity and with our commanding position therein, the shenanigans can be managed and mostly thwarted. If a new organization were to rise from the ashes of UN, people would likely fall for whatever line of bullshit was being fed them as to why it is so necessary for everyone to come together as "one" and waive their individual rights in favor of those collective. Given the forces at play, eliminating UN could be more harmful than carefully thwarting that which is now well understood. And for the record, "UN Human Rights Council"... really... this doesn't even rise to the status of a joke. I've read and analyzed the UN Declaration of Human Rights. It talks a lot and says nearly nothing - weasel-wording from front to back, either designed to mislead or written by people who apparently cannot string more than two words together in coherent and sound fashion. The document is a travesty on its best day.
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    06-21-2018, 11:12 PM
    Wait a minute... Peter Fonda is an actor? GTFOOH. And all this time I thought he was just riding the coat tails of daddy in a pathetically vain attempt at appearing as if he had done something relevant with his sadly pointless existence, just like his sister, who at least had tits. As for his call to feed Trump's son to rapists, perhaps he should be served up a heapin' helpin' of the same... which is to say that he should be so fed, and not his children who, while likely as degenerate as dad, presumably had no part in this penultimate example of human nobility. The Fondas support my estimation that the "greatest generation" was, in fact, the worst. After all, did they not issue forth my generation, the so-called "baby boomers" who made up the ranks of filthy, stoopid hippies? Where in hell were those of the "greatest generation" when they should have been whipping the hides off of their even more stoopid progeny, who have in turn raised the millennials - the weakest and most intellectually bereft generation to date, soon to be surpassed by their own brood-hordes of demented, gender-fluid über-phaggs, so frightened, timid, ignorant, and dependent upon others for everything? Wir sind doomed, Damen und Herren
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