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    Yesterday, 10:55 PM
    Ha. "Science" You say it as if it's merely a word without meaning to be offered as fodder for public consumption. Do you think that philosophical materialism is the explanatory paradigm into which all "science" must fit or conform? It isn't and it shouldn't be. In science there are no truths. In other words, absence of evidence is not evidence of absence either way. The very nature of science demands that we always ask questions. Always. There are no absolutes. That's "science."
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    Yesterday, 10:25 PM
    Good post, osan. I'd only add that a man's fear of government-over-man is a healthy product of an educated man. Those who do not know why they should fear such a scenario are doomed to suffer under its authority. Those who become participants in coercion know very little of what it means. And they certainly know nothing of its consequence. It's unfortunate for those who do understand because it makes the machine bigger and more powerful. It makes it harder to fight.
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    Yesterday, 09:14 PM
    Natural Citizen replied to a thread Oh Mom in Open Discussion
    I'm sorry, WP. I'll surely keep you in my prayers. I will tell you that I can relate to your story darned near word for word aside from your mom's work and military history. If you ever want to talk about stuff, I'm always in th neighborhood. Thanks for the bump, AF. I missed this one.
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    Yesterday, 08:52 PM
    Monsanto's vice president of global strategy...global strategy...global strategy...hehehe... It figures it'd be something like that.
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  • charrob's Avatar
    Yesterday, 12:33 PM
    Republicans Still Pushing False Flags In Syria And Cold War With Russia:
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    06-25-2017, 07:08 PM
    Virtually bezel-free, different camera positioning, elongated design, and no physical home button. https://www.forbes.com/sites/gordonkelly/2017/06/25/apple-iphone-8-display-specs-design-release/#549d60ff4eae
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    06-25-2017, 11:21 AM
    Hersh: 'Intel Said No Sarin, Trump Attacked Anyway':
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  • Natural Citizen's Avatar
    06-24-2017, 04:10 PM
    No, probably not that soon. Right now everything is we own is, at one point or another, on a truck. With the introduction of 3D printers and drone delivery and paperless business and whatnot, I agree that day will gradually come. Trucking will be greatly reduced to say the least. It's kind of a downer. Driving a truck is a pretty relaxing job. And an American heritage, really. For many years I got stuck being the truck driver among my main responsibilities. You're always the first one in to work and the last one to get back to shop, sometimes days later. But there's nothing more relaxing than being by yourself for extended hours and not having some asshat behind a desk barking at you. Not only that, but you see some really cool stuff. It's scenic as a mofo.
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    06-23-2017, 05:34 PM
    I swear, I saw a dwarf run by in that video.
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    06-22-2017, 11:00 PM
    U.S. Tied to Torture in Network of Secret Yemen Prisons Run by UAE: Here's more: You Can Hear the Screams: Inside Yemen's Secret Prisons
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    06-21-2017, 07:05 PM
    Dang. That sucks. Sorry you lost your heli. You sure were excited about getting it. But you have your life. Good work to that end. We could have been reading a much different headline here. Ya know? Glad you're safe, man.
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    06-21-2017, 06:28 PM
    Dang. Thst's gotta be tough not enjoying food like you used to. Kind of a blessing in disguise about not wanting fast food, though. You're still around, though. That's the most important thing. I'm glad for you. Your inbox was full....
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    06-21-2017, 06:16 PM
    Sheeeit. Matt's done some stuff now. Don't minimize that ol boy too much. Especially if we're anywhere in the vicinity of a mirror.
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    06-19-2017, 07:18 PM
    Oh, hi, S_F. How are you? Good? Good. :)
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    06-19-2017, 06:54 PM
    Crackdown in Egypt: Seven Men Tortured in State Custody Face Execution; 90 News Websites Blocked
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    06-19-2017, 05:19 PM
    Wall Street Journal: "Israel Has Been Secretly Funding Syrian Rebels For Years"
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  • Natural Citizen's Avatar
    06-19-2017, 03:37 PM
    I'm sorry, Donna. I sure will pray for you and your family.
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    06-19-2017, 03:10 PM
    Escalation! US Hits Syrian Jet, Russia Cuts Communications:
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    06-19-2017, 01:15 PM
    Totally agree. I think right now what's going on is a big land grab: the U.S. using it's SDF and FSA proxies is grabbing as much land as possible as ISIS has smaller and smaller amounts of territory. The SDF (primarily Kurds) control most of the land east of the Euphrates right now except patches where ISIS still controls there. By wars end, I don't see the SDF giving up any of this land despite Kurds only being 6% of the Syrian population. Considering Assad let the Kurds into Syria as refugees from Turkey, it's become clear the Kurds are not only not appreciative but actually aggressing against the Syrian military (as they did in Hasakeh many months ago when for no reason they attacked the Syrian military there) in order to steal land for their Rojava State. Considering the Syrian military has also protected the Kurds from Turkey in the north near al-Bab and Manbij, this makes the actions of the Kurds seem even more egregious. If the Kurds get to keep all Syrian land east of the Euphrates, since that land is connected/contiguous to the land Kurds control in northern Iraq as well as land the Kurds control in southeast Turkey, that whole contiguous area from all three countries would give the Kurds a huge new country (their 'rojava') of their own. Here's a good video of what happened yesterday: Syrian War Report – June 19, 2017: US Downs Syrian Su-22, Pushes To SAA-SDF Escalation
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  • charrob's Avatar
    06-19-2017, 12:13 PM
    You may very well be correct here about the Syrian jet attacking ISIS, not the SDF, when the Syrian jet was downed by the U.S.. The MSM contradicts this and insists that the Syrian military was attacking the SDF (Kurds). However your link to the Moon of Alabama article where 'The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights' (which is one guy based in Britain) states the Syrian jet was attacking ISIS is very telling. The Syrian Observatory is and has been consistently anti-Assad; for them to say they have witnesses indicating the Syrian jet was attacking ISIS rather than the SDF is important: One thing is clear, both the U.S.(SDF) and Assad's forces wanted Rasafa in order to get to Deir Ezzor first. Sunday morning the U.S.(SDF) were attempting to cutoff Assad's forces from this: "According to a military source, if the Syrian Democratic Forces continue to push south towards the strategic town of Resafa, the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) will open fire on them because this would be a clear attempt by the US-backed forces to cut them off from the road to Deir Ezzor." However this afternoon the Syrian military has now cutoff the U.S.(SDF) from going further south toward Deir Ezzor (west of the Euphrates) as the Syrian military has now taken Resafa:
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    06-19-2017, 01:17 AM
    . This may be why the Syrian Army attacked the U.S.-backed SDF (primarily Kurds) west of the Euphrates: I read this article Sunday morning before the U.S. downed the Syrian plane and before the Syrian Army had attacked the SDF: I may be wrong. Maybe Syria really was attacking ISIS and the U.S. military made a mistake. However, it was clear the U.S. was using the Free Syrian Army in south Syria area of al-Tanf to reach Deir Ezzor and also create a buffer area with Iraq to prohibit the Assad forces from reaching the border. However, the Syrian army cut them off this past week by reaching the Iraqi border further to the northeast. This was a very smart move by the Syrian army and my gut says Russia had something to do with that move (prior to that, the U.S. attacked Syrian forces on three different occasions when the Syrian forces were trying to reach the Iraqi border at al-Tanf). So instead of using the Free Syrian Army in south Syria (which is now surrounded by the Syrian military), the U.S. then apparently decided to use the SDF (primarily Kurds) to cut off Assad's forces that have for well over a month been fighting their way south through ISIS territory in the Provinces of eastern Aleppo and western Raqqa toward Deir Ezzor. There's not much of Syria left that is controlled by ISIS. The SDF (Kurds) were supposed to attack the caliphate (ie. Raqqa). The Syrian military is moving quickly through the little ISIS territory that is left west of the Euphrates. In other words, there is no reason whatsoever for why the Kurds (who have previously mostly stayed East of the Euphrates (and have taken over most of Syria east of the Euphrates) would have to now attack ISIS southwest of Raqqa (west of the Euphrates) when it's clear Assad's forces are making quick gains in this area in taking over this ISIS territory. If Raqqa (ie. the caliphate) was the SDF's destination target all of this time, why the sudden change? If you ask me, it's quite clear that the U.S. goals in Syria are to steal territory permanently and most likely install more permanent overseas NATO bases (like we did in Kosovo which is pretty much just one big NATO base at this point) -- including the oil fields around Deir Ezzor. There is no other explanation for why there was this sudden change in plans for where the SDF (Kurds) were told by the U.S. to fight.
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  • Natural Citizen's Avatar
    06-17-2017, 08:30 PM
    stfu. I'm gonna go watch a movie. I'm tired of messing with you for the night.
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    06-17-2017, 08:30 PM
    Also, you're a dick for running over baby bunnies on purpose when you cut your grass.
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