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    Yesterday, 08:10 PM
    Enjoy.
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    Yesterday, 07:57 PM
    "Infowars Hacking was an Inside Job."
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    Yesterday, 07:24 PM
    CaptUSA replied to a thread Clowns! in Open Discussion
    These clowns are the worst:
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  • osan's Avatar
    Yesterday, 06:16 PM
    Very much so. For example, a mummified remain was discovered in South America a number of years ago. Stomach contents showed plenty of meat. IIRC, it was a woman in her 30s and apparently in superb health. Her teeth were absolutely immaculate - no sign of any dental disease whatsoever. Bones strong, and so forth. There is at least one study that showed serious harms to the mental faculties of those who ate no meats. Issues of perception, logic, reason, etc., as I recall. Personally, I think the vegan thing is unsound. I was a vegetarian for two years in college, but not a vegan. I knew vegans - all California hippies and I can honestly say that they were all weirdos in some ineffable manner that left me less than comfortable in their company. I will note that when I returned to eating meat, my strength increased noticeably in my riding (bicycle racing). I never looked back. As for crap that is in American meat, it appears that the cancer rates in Europe are on par with those in the USA. Even Japan is at about 260/100K.
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    Yesterday, 05:51 PM
    ya I quoted the entire wsj article here http://www.ronpaulforums.com/showthread.php?500252-An-Internet-Giveaway-to-the-U-N
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    Yesterday, 05:14 PM
    That is tough to say, but 150 years of heavy pollution could conceivably have a hand in it. I don't know how much you know about industrial processes, but I have been fairly intimate with quite a few of them and most are horrifically filthy. The refining of aluminum is a great example, and only one of tens of thousands. Cracking petrochemicals, chemical reaction chains... the list is very long and the poisons numerous and very dangerous in many cases. Whether that is all a factor, I cannot say, but it would seem sensible. There could be others. I have wondered whether the taint of processing of food is one. How about population pressure? We could go on all day speculating. But one thing we do know is that in ages past, cancer was very uncommon, yet people ate animal protein.
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    Yesterday, 01:58 PM
    hasn't been fun for at least 10 years I remember the early years when the net was full of creativity, hilarity and credible sources of information now its just propaganda and lame memes
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    Yesterday, 12:18 PM
    My bad - I should have qualified that as "common" or "widespread". I would not be surprised if cancer has been around a long time, but it was not common as it is now.
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    Yesterday, 10:51 AM
    Oh, I don't know about that. It would look different, to be sure, but you know Graham, McCain, Christie, King, and Giuliani would all be part of NeverRand. Can't say that with Trump.
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    Yesterday, 10:51 AM
    My response would be, "Then keep them out of your pussy."
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    Yesterday, 10:41 AM
    Drudge Headline: She's Had Enough Weiner (with a picture of her walking with Hillary wearing coordinated outfits.) :D I don't appreciate Drudge's Trumplove, but that headline is funny.
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    Yesterday, 10:29 AM
    Convincing is too much effort. Isn't it much easier to just put it in the morning coffee?
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  • osan's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:18 AM
    Which son would that be? I mean, am I now God's son? Are you not? I admit my doubts about some, though.
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    Yesterday, 10:16 AM
    HELL FUCK NO! Gotta have hookers. Just gotta.
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    Yesterday, 10:16 AM
    The laws you quote are, IMO, idiotic on their faces. They are arbitrary and without stated justification other than "because God says so". FAIL. God gave us brains and IMO the purpose of the brain is NOT to be a hat rack. It is claimed we are made in His image. I seriously doubt that this means arms, legs, and the dangly bits in between. Therefore, I must conclude that if we are made in His image, it means that our MINDS are isomorphic. That further implies that our reason is very similar to God's, even if somewhat circumscribed in relative terms. This tells me that our reason and intuition, being similar to that of God, are valid. My reason and intuition tells me that these purported laws are not God's at all, but rather those of a herd of camel-fuckers. That further reveals to me that they have no validity whatsoever. Unlike many, I do not believe God to be a stooge, nor intentionally cruel to good people. I must therefore reject such pseudo-law on its face as the work of said camel-fuckers, whose interests are likely not in line with my own, or those of women in general, which is probably why they are camel-fuckers in the first place.
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    Yesterday, 09:54 AM
    I have no Class III in my name because I don't want anyone in my home. That said, we have plenty of legal SBRs, machine-guns, suppressors, and so on. I will never advise anyone on such matters, but for me there are only two purposes for giggle switches: giggling and suppressive fire. In the latter case, the law will likely be of no significance. I am all for manufacturing whatever you feel you need, being mindful of the terrible consequences of being caught with the wrong instruments. One can legally possess all M16 parts EXCEPT the autosear. You can have an M16 hammer, BCG, safety lever, etc., in your AR15. You cannot have the auto-sear. But you can make one, or a DIAS, or a lightning link. But if you do, you'd better keep them socked away so well that even you might forget where they are. I, for one, intend on making a 24kt DIAS which I intend on wearing on a very thin chain around my neck. Just to ensure I fuck any attempt to fuck me, it will be out of tolerance all around so that is cannot be made to work. But I will wear it conspicuously and may even make a t-shirt that says something to the effect that "Yeah, it's a Drop-In Auto Sear. You got a problem with that?" Yes, I am that stupid and yes, I like rubbing the noses of stupid people in poo THAT much.
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    Yesterday, 09:47 AM
    Let me show you my shocked face...
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    Yesterday, 09:43 AM
    OK Gunny, firstly I will state that electronics take a fairly distant back seat to good optics. If this will be a primary weapon, I would go for pure optics and no electronics, unless the primary role of the weapon is night work. There is a lot of good glass out there. Zeiss are perhaps tops from the pure optics standpoint. Their scopes tend to be less fancy. So long as one can put lead on target that is not an issue for me. Night Force makes very fine optics, though not inexpensive. Oddly, I have a very plain Nikon on my M1A, and it is holding < 1/2 MOA @ 100 in an un-bedded gun with NM barrel and good trigger. US Optics makes very good, but hellishly expensive glass. I do rue my decision to turn down their offer for an SN/9 for $4K. These are no longer made, AFAIK, and were very impressive with either an 80 or 100mm objective. Sight is a bit high over the bore-line, but the long distance advantages were high. No idea why they stopped making them. As for your rifle, the AR10 may soon become a true 100 yard gun when I finish my triggers for them. I have two designs on the board, each with its advantages, both with very low lock times. I hope to have the prototypes completed shortly.
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    Yesterday, 09:25 AM
    Look at Bao Feng.
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    Yesterday, 09:17 AM
    No point in 22 mag. A bit of a loser, IMO. You would be much better off with either a 17 HMR, which is great for busting coyotes (17 gr. slug @ 2550, 245 lb-ft or 20g @ 2350, 250 lb-ft)) of the 17WSM, which pushes a 20 gr slug @ 3000, 399 lb-ft or 25 gr @2600, 375 lb-ft. In. My. Opinion.
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    Yesterday, 09:05 AM
    Gee, color me surprised. Typical and ubiquitous attempt at proof by assertion. This should be tossed on prima facie stupidity.
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    Yesterday, 08:48 AM
    Leaked Soros Document Calls For Regulating Internet To Favor ‘Open Society’ Supporters http://dailycaller.com/2016/08/29/leaked-soros-document-calls-for-regulating-internet-to-favor-open-society-supporters/
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    Yesterday, 08:38 AM
    anyone going dark when this happens?
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    Yesterday, 07:21 AM
    It's the UK, so who cares?
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    Yesterday, 07:20 AM
    While I agree that getting shot with anything is potentially life-threatening, I would vary a bit with you on ammo for one's carry gun. I shoot a fair amount of practice ammo - hand-cast .40, .45, 9mm, and so forth. But that it not what feeds my carry guns. I load Hornady Critical Duty, Cor-Bon, and Federal HSTs in my daily carry guns, which are a 4" 686, P220, and an xD subcompact. My good friend loads 40 Smith "long". He put a 40 Smith barrel in his 10mm race gun. The hand - loads are absolutely brutal - 135gr @ 1580. This is VERY hard on the gun, but in a self-defense situation, the gun's health is secondary to one's own and I am a firm believer in the fewer rounds expended to get the job done, the better. So my approach to such a thing is to practice with lots of dummy ammo, but enough of the real stuff to know what it is you have on hand so you can hit the broad side of a barn. Then load the mean stuff in preparation for that day. Now, if you can afford new parts or whole new guns, then shoot the hard stuff often. :)
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    Yesterday, 07:04 AM
    Yes. To that same end, we have finished about half a dozen 80% lowers. In fact, I have an SBR in 338 Spectre sitting right here next to me. No numbers, completely untraceable. Neeners.
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    Yesterday, 06:59 AM
    Yes.
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    Yesterday, 06:49 AM
    IMO this is a load of crap. How is it that for tens of thousands of years men ate animals, yet there is no evidence of cancer? Until the twentieth century, there was no word in the Japanese language for "cancer" - and they were not the only ones. One can also trot out studies that demonstrate the ill-effects of the absence of animal protein in the human diet. It seems to me that these studies take otherwise solid facts and draw all the most inept inferences from them, misleading people to believe things that are patently untrue, or at the very least eminently questionable. They always fail to account for the historical record that suggests other truths. Prior to the twentieth century, cancer was all but unknown. It is also interesting to note, and I cannot give cites for this so take what I say with a grain of salt, that as I recall the incidence of cancer began to make itself first noticeable in Britain and the United States, the birthplaces of the industrial revolution. Assuming I am recalling correctly, I will sarcastically add that there is nothing to see there, so move along... PROLE.
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