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    Today, 03:03 PM
    phuc the strategists write in Ron Paul P.S. I will still not be voting
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    Today, 02:13 PM
    That's just one example. You don't get to say that GJ carries himself in too lowbrow of a manner to get your support for president and then turn around and support the guy who exemplifies that very complaint every time he's in public.
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    Today, 01:42 PM
    Ca. 60K rounds. Why? When I was 18 I was living in Los Angeles, attending USC School of Engineering. We partied like animals, stayed up to the wee hours and would hit The Pantry almost nightly. What in hell would these bozo-jerkoff cops say to me now, were I in the same circumstance? Go home to your dorm? Seriously, this is just stupid.
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    Today, 01:38 PM
    Is anyone else noticing the tightening noose around our necks?
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    Today, 01:35 PM
    Sheeeit... A couple years ago when Pentagon information systems were successfully hacked, all their personal information was made available to our enemies. My little brother is right at the top of ISIS/Alqaeda/YouNameIt lists of people to assassinate for reasons I will not go into, save to say that his work has been central and monumental in some of the most significant and successful operations in that region. Use your imagination and you will probably not be far from truth. He would almost certainly be one of the aces in that deck, and all his shit is out there, just like everyone else's. There is no anonymity from the people for whom that condition is most necessary. So covering up their faces is availing them nothing in a world where some very serious money is devoted to finding and tracking them. Nothing more dangerous than a false sense of security.
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  • osan's Avatar
    Today, 01:26 PM
    Your gift of belaboring the obvious is supreme.
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    Today, 01:21 PM
    My primary concern with the Donald is that this "grassroots" swell of support is nothing more than yet another product of grand manipulation. I fully expect he is going turn around and fuck us in every hole God gave us, and then create a few new ones and fuck us in those as well. That said, it's not worse than that which Hillary or Bernie would do, so I say if we're going to go out, let us do so with some style in having placed an apparent (note APPARENT) outsider into the Office. After all, who can blame the good American if he had been fooled... yet again? Civil disobedience lies outside the envelope of proper social prerogative, not to mention non-equivocating physicality. But at least we will all be able to look ourselves in the mirror and say we did the absolute best we could, given the choices. That's the ticket.
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    Today, 01:15 PM
    This is great news, my only misgiving being that Theye are doing it in only one state. I would prefer a blitzkrieg campaign of all 50 at once.
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    Today, 01:09 PM
    Feh... You don't need any such thing. The business plan I did for the MBA was for functional near-infrared (fNIR) technologies developed at Drexel, funded by DoD where you place the fNIR crown on the head and get the equivalent of an fMRI scan of the brain. No physical invasion necessary. Lies and truth, for example, were detectable and no doubt the decoding of brain patterns for words and the sort as well. Look up fNIR if it is of interest to you. The technologies out there, in little black holes, are scary. I know because I worked on them long ago. One can only imagine how they have advanced in the intervening years. If the public knew just about that on which I worked, they would not know whether to shit or go blind. It is for that reason I hold such pessimism for the future. If the hardware has been developed for the software I worked on, you can bet your ass that there will be no revolution beyond a few hours or days. I've been told that the hardware exists, but it turned out the guy who told me is not quite right in the head, so I have no idea what to believe on that point. I have no idea what would actually transpire in terms of "government" response to a generalized revolt against Themme, but there is enough basis in terms of my own first-hand experience to hold grave concerns for the future of the race of men who stand below Theire line of status. I am just here with my popcorn and beer Anxiously waiting
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    Today, 12:17 PM
    Best idea: close the schools.
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    Today, 12:00 PM
    ah well, not voting then
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    Today, 07:54 AM
    Well hold on now... be careful with you terms. I am all for sexual liberation if it means the elimination of the demonization that has been going on for thousands of years, most particularly in the so-called "west". The churches have been the real demons in that arena and are the core reason we have so much trouble with sex. I would go so far as to assert that the reason this poor schlub pulled a 25-car train in a public bathroom was because of groundwork laid by such institutions so long ago. This is especially true of Americans who, on the one hand, hold these deeply-seated hangups about sex and on the other are so enthralled by it that they do things like this. One of the few things that the "left" has done with which I am in agreement, at least in principle, has been the destruction of the ancient sex taboos. The fact that they have taken it down a less than optimal path does not invalidate the core notion. OK, you may not care for the fact that your 14 year old daughter shaves her twat and makes out with other girls. Well, I'd rather that than have her grow into the brand of woman who lies there on her back, eyes clamped tightly shut, going "eek... eek... eek..." as her husband nobly puffs away, all the while she be praying for it to come to an end. I'd rather my girls be in bed learning to have a squirting orgasm with their boyfriends in an atmosphere of love, affection, trust, and mutual respect than to live lives of unfulfilled passions. Those are the old ways unworthy of propagation into the future of men, IMO. There is plenty worthy of preservation, but this is not one of them. What I so vehemently object to is the positive acts that have been put into place with the clear goal of manufacturing homosexuality where none would otherwise exist. This is found in the public schools, what with their "health ed" - what a bloody joke - backed with the force of the ostensive talk of "tolerance". Those people, the "educators" - another sad, sad joke - should at minimum be caned to the point they beg for death and have a huge 'P' branded on to each cheek. Perverter, in case you didn't grok it. Homosexuality is abnormal. There are those who will want my nuts on a silver platter for writing such a thing. Better have an acres-large platter. If we look up "normal", we see that what I claim is in fact so. To wit:
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    Today, 05:14 AM
    Now, the moment I saw Newsweek (NewSpeak) cited, I had to roll my eyes a bit in suspicion. However, I didn't quite expect this progression of semantically void, self-contradictory fluff. Allow me to expose it for you: Note the almost subtle drama of the statement, typical of the ilk of "journalist" found at places such as Newsweek. Hell, I'd bet writers for the National Enquirer have better ethical standards. Minor point: more drama with reference to days of zero tolerance. What does that even mean? They will stop all "FGM" for one day? What about the rest?
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    Today, 04:40 AM
    Well, that is certainly an argument in favor of bitcoin.
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    Yesterday, 08:49 PM
    We need to find you a psychiatrist with a very large prescription pad.
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    Yesterday, 08:14 PM
    You saying you valued safe-sex-with-condoms over drugs, rock-n-roll, fast cars, and girls who'd screw you into the concrete foundation of your parents' house? If so, I will be very disappointed in you. I, for one, was a complete cad and bounder. I was like a god of teenage insanity run amok, something of which I am endlessly proud.
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    Yesterday, 08:02 PM
    Well yeah. Unlike the youth of today, we had some common sense and intelligence about us.
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    Yesterday, 07:57 PM
    Shoot... I remember back in 1974 when Kelly... erm... I mean an anonymous classmate of mine pulled a train at a party. It was probably longer than 25 cars, and no, I did not do sloppy seconds then or now. You people are all sick. SICK! I say...
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    Yesterday, 06:35 PM
    osan replied to a thread For Sale: Anyone want a Pacer (car AMC) ?? in Marketplace
    The only AMC product I'd even consider having, and I really wouldn't, is a '69 AMX with a 390.
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    Yesterday, 06:05 PM
    There are Muslims among every European nationality, having every shade of skin and hair color.
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  • osan's Avatar
    Yesterday, 04:02 PM
    Your hopes here appear be based on a reality not in evidence WRT the nature of the average American beast. There is a great plurality of people who simply don't give the least damn about any of this so long as Call Of Duty is available for team play, there's coke on the mirror, a slut bobbing her head the "right" way, reality TV on the toob, and beer in the fridge. The rest can go to the devil, it seems. Beside that, there is another contingent: that of the party ideologue who will vote the party no matter what. There are the dummies who cannot think their ways out of a wet paper thought-bag if their lives depended on it. There are the pragmatists who, concluding that no libertarian has a chance of winning, the next best thing is to go with Brand X candidate because they don't want to be on the losing team. Then there's... IOW, it APPEARS there are insufficient people to get on board... at least at this time. Give it another few years as the economics go even further into the toilet, or race relations take a big turn for the worse and this may change, assuming it is not too late by then. Let us hope it is not.
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    Yesterday, 03:47 PM
    How does one quantify/prioritize such things? Regardless, it is very high on the list precisely because of that which underpins it, which is the real but latent problem. I agree, but point out that this is only a partial answer. The cancer that is PC is undergirded by the most strident and merciless authoritarianism imaginable. It is cold like a fish in that there is nothing sacred that stands between it and its objectives. It destroys human normalcy in order to gain leverage over human action. That is as rankly evil as anything one might care to name.
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    Yesterday, 11:56 AM
    Oh, so you really just mean the four decades from 1921, when we first started having immigration quotas, until 1965. The America of open borders that existed from its founding until 1921 was not the great version.
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    Yesterday, 11:53 AM
    Isn't Western European too broad? I mean you can't mean to include Scots, Irish, or Italians. And then on the other hand, you also can't exclude blacks who made up a significant percentage of America's population no matter which period of time you're talking about.
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    Yesterday, 10:58 AM
    Wait a second. Aren't you a Trump supporter?
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    Yesterday, 10:57 AM
    Mexico handles it in a very statist way. Is that what you are for? Statism?
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