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    Today, 01:37 PM
    osan replied to a thread Don't say "Tranny" in Open Discussion
    Depressing, innit?
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    Today, 01:17 PM
    osan replied to a thread Don't say "Tranny" in Open Discussion
    What he wrote. Thrice. Good grief, now the überfags are whining, moaning, and shrieking about their precious special "pronouns". I hope for everyone's sake on of those never gets in my face with the loud noises and demands because they stand to end up in the ICU and me possibly in jail. Their stridence is really almost something at which to marvel. The utter lack of any personal grace is quite singular, not to mention the pinpoint tunnel-vision where all they can see is their own slagging, lagging, less-than selves. Part of me wishes someone could freeze-dry me today so that in 100 years (being optimistic there) I could be reconstituted just so I could see how the descendants of the great faerie-hordes have fared... IF they fared at all.
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    Today, 01:09 PM
    osan replied to a thread Don't say "Tranny" in Open Discussion
    Well there's the reason. Minnesota is one of the lousiest, most painfully miserable states in the union. It easily rivals MA, CA, NY, and NJ for sheer tyranny and incalculably vicious stupidity. It's a different era, I can tell you that. The shit I used to say on air would probably get me a visit by a SWAT team today, judging by this. Hell, I used to open my slot with "Fuck You" by DOA. Station manager used to have lots of heartburn over it, but he let me go ahead... 1A and all that. :) I got bounced out of a VOLUNTEER station here in Charleston, WTSQ, in 2015 because I made a reference to how messed up a drummer was, physically. The guy was pure wreckage - couldn't walk, hold drum sticks, and so forth. Yet he was magically musical on the kit. Station manager took an over-reactive shit and a week later I was out. The board was concerned I might offend someone. They were such unterfags, stating with much drama-queenery how the station had "dodged a bullet". What assholes. That's the way it is these days.
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    Today, 01:01 PM
    May I take it you have not been paying attention to the little dance Trump has been doing with the GOP?
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    Today, 12:59 PM
    Is this a serious question? When musing over such issues, one must perforce and at all times bear in the center of his consciousness the statistical reality of humanity taken as a whole. It is precisely this reality that has given us the world as we know it. It is the utter corruptibility of the average man that you have to take into account when talking about political parties and so forth. The reason the "left" has been so completely successful, whereas the "liberty" movement remains a sad little shit-stain of a joke on the seat of the world's underpants is that the former hold every advantage of human weakness working for them, whereas the latter has everything working against them. What do lefties do? They appeal to emotion, whereas liberty people talk to reason. Lefties promise free shit. The only thing liberty people talk is freeDOM. Now bear in mind that their idea of freedom holds only the most superficial connection to that held by those who run to the left. Proper human freedom scares the leftist überfag sheetwhite. He wants NOTHING to do with it because it demands things he is not willing to give. Personal responsibility, for one, not to mention integrity, a love of reason, and so on down the standard line.
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    Today, 12:25 PM
    This raises questions for me about Trump... you know, the whole "drain the swamp" thing and all that. $700B is a chunk of change, even by today's grossly depreciated standards. Trump is clearly no idiot, contrary to what the überfags like to endlessly shriek. What, then, explains his presumed jump on the bandwagon? Is he ignorant? Corrupt? Eville? Is he just being pragmatic, going along to get as much "good" out of what may for him be a clearly fucked national situation? Has he been read the riot act, replete with substantive threats leveled at his family? Any opinions on it?
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    Today, 07:37 AM
    There seem to be two basic issues here. Come on boys and girls, and lets take a look: OK, so there's the first issue. Lying. I'm not even going to strain myself trying to be "fair" by positing the possibility that this is all just fumbling and bumbling. That bit is used by some to either seem charitable (they MIGHT not be criminals), or to make them look like idiots. In the latter case, those at the top don't give a rat's patootie what you think, so even were it the case, public opinion would count for nothing in practicable terms... which is to say that it would change nothing. Perhaps, but this touches upon the second issue: there exist those who are not us that would bring us harm. Some will call this paranoid delusion, but I must disagree. Consider the supposedly now-defunct Soviet Union. It's stated raison d'être was to spread "communism" to the far-flung corners of the world. While the now so-called "Russian Federation" may not hold quite the same goal, it cannot be assumed by people in the position of the Meaner (in terms of knowledge) that they no longer pose a threat. The same may be said of China, perhaps trebly so.
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    11-14-2017, 04:10 PM
    What some real rock and roll? Here you go.
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    11-10-2017, 04:58 PM
    There's No Such Thing as an "American" Homicide Rate 178 COMMENTS TAGS Legal SystemStrategy 11/09/2017Ryan McMaken
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    11-06-2017, 04:50 PM
    I'm pretty sure you're on the money. I'm also pretty sure that if you slapped her like that and I had billions, I'd cover your lawyers fees.
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    11-06-2017, 11:28 AM
    That's what I'd like to know. Smells like Class-A felony to me.
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    11-06-2017, 11:21 AM
    An example of right thinking.
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    11-05-2017, 07:15 PM
    Cabin crew, not cockpit. The purser, ISM - just made it up because most people don't know what the other terms mean. 'Tis all.
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    11-05-2017, 10:42 AM
    An FDA employee went kookoo on a flight from Beijing to Dulles. I find it interesting that there is next to no coverage here in the USA. The passenger was trouble from the get-go, but the first officer decided he was OK after the crew chief asked the captain to check things out due to odd behavior. Flight was about 90 minutes out when the FDA employee began talking about taking over the flight and so forth, prompting the captain to squawk a 7500, dump fuel, and return to SIN. Prior, the passenger had put hands on wifey and injured another attendant. United handled the situation very well, treating the passengers to first-class amenities until the flight could resume on Saturday. I find it interesting to observe how when United is perceived as pooching, media are all over the story like stink on rice. When they do something worthy of praise, <crickets>. I despise the networks more with each passing day. PS: It things like this that make me want wifey to retire. People are nuttier than squirrel poo anymore.
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    11-05-2017, 09:44 AM
    How not surprising is this? Very. MA is a stink-hole. Probably the worst state in the union. I wonder how many others will jump on this idiot's bandwagon.
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    11-05-2017, 09:41 AM
    Where was his sidearm?
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    11-04-2017, 01:54 PM
    You need to learn to spell "smug". Jesus... youngins...
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    11-04-2017, 01:49 PM
    You need to learn how to spell "boy". Jesus... youngins...
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    11-04-2017, 01:43 PM
    You don't know what you're missing.
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    11-02-2017, 09:08 PM
    Peaceful protesting? Rioting? Serious attempt to start a civil war? Bridge tournaments?
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    11-02-2017, 08:14 PM
    Yeah well, SCOTUS is notorious for getting things impossibly wrong. I would not trust them to tell me water is wet without leaving some backdoor open for further government involvement in the issue. SCOTUS != credible, even when they get things marginally right on rare occasion. See Heller and MacDonald for prime examples of this.
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    11-02-2017, 08:04 PM
    I don't. The definitions given there are OK as far as they go. The problem is that they don't go far enough. Arms: any instrumentality, whether physical or otherwise, that may be used as a means of defense by a man against any threat to his person or property, as well as that of others. I'd call that a good start, if not even quite there. One of the really deep and troubling problems I've noticed with people is their apparent inability to properly judge scope. The definitions given in the referenced site are far too narrow. The weapons allowed the military should always be a subset of those allowed the militia. ALWAYS.
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    10-31-2017, 09:30 AM
    I think it works in small groups, whether nomadic or something else. It seems the reason it works is the absence of certain mental constructs that do not survive in small groups. Ideas such as "the state" and "government" are abstractions that imply things that are patently false. The falsehood of these notions becomes readily apparent in small groups - "authority" to do this and that, in particular. For some reason that I have not yet quite grasped, in larger groups these lies take root. I suspect it has much to do with the relative emotional distance that comes when people are strangers to one another. In a small tribal group, everyone knows one another, including each person's "bullshit", if you will. In huge groups such as cities, there is an element of removal between individuals. Consider the old beat cop - came from the neighborhood he patrolled. Most people knew him by name, they greeted each other, and with such relations in place, such cops were less likely to do reprehensible things to the local residents of his territory. Today, police have been effectively "anonymized" - removed from all familiarity with the people, partly through training, partly through assigning them to places where the are unknown to anyone. That emotional separation allows them to regard those whom they "serve and protect" as objects more than as fellow human beings. I am thinking that given the problems that arise in large groups - the objectification of others due to the absence of familiarity and the interpersonal connections that arise therefrom - free society becomes a very doubtful possibility. The objectification phenomenon seems to enable all the worst qualities of a human being; the fear, avarice, will to ignorance, and lassitude are enabled by it. Add to that the atrocious behavior of those in political positions feeding the same weaknesses with their divisive talk and promises of something for nothing if you vote for them, and a free, agorist society seems just this side of impossible.
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    10-27-2017, 10:57 PM
    For those interested in such matters. More at: https://www.tofugu.com/japan/bushido/
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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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