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    Yesterday, 04:36 PM
    Um. How’s about not getting so cocky. You won a primary. That machine will come roaring back to life if you don’t win the real election.
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    Yesterday, 07:47 AM
    See, that's your TDS showing. The fact is that Trump doesn't have any policy views.
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    Yesterday, 07:37 AM
    I suppose minding her own damn business and leaving others the fuck alone to live their lives would be totally out of the question?
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  • acptulsa's Avatar
    Yesterday, 05:51 AM
    This is what the New American is reduced to now. Vote for Don Corleone and help the Trumpini Family exact their terrible revenge. This is like The Sopranos. It has nothing to do with actual governance. It's just something designed to make you feel so manly that you forget you're watching a soap opera.
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    Yesterday, 05:23 AM
    Is there someone who would try? Is there someone who would do something besides say, not my turn any more, but if you send me money I'll have this drunken New York cross dresser pretend to investigate?
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    08-06-2022, 06:44 PM
    Risk... benefits... hazards... All irrelevant. Why? Glad you asked. Because human beings. Period. Nobody gives a damn about the risks because those engaging in such research ALWAYS think they have things under control. Benefits? ANY potential strategic military (and hence political) advantage will be pursued, regardless of cost. Make no mistake, so-called "gain of function" is 100% about military advantage - the trump card each side wishes to have in their hip pocket... just in case. The history of humanity should make this clear to everyone with an IQ. This is trebly demonstrated over the course of the twentieth century. The moment industrialization of warfare became a material reality, underpinned by scientific method and engineering know-how, human beings immediately embarked down the grim paths of NBC warfare. There was not even so much as the least detectable hesitation. What, then, makes anyone think that such hearings hold the least meaningful value? This is theater of the most gratuitous variety because of its rank cynicism. The world is in the hands of raving devils, we do absolutely nothing to stop them, and then melodramatically and ever-so-publicly ask how this tragedy or that outrage could have happened. We make embarrassments of ourselves, minute over minute. To put it very bluntly, humanity is full of shit. As a statistical gestalt, we are in love with the petty drama of death and destruction... at least when it's someone else's children being consumed by bombs, disease, poverty, flame, and unspeakable misery. Our political bullshit is all a big game for the bored people of the apparently overly-affluent "first-world", which has bred a raft of adult bodies in various states of arrested mental development. The key outstanding feature of the mean man is the vulgar and cheap, childish self-centeredness that drives an indomitable will to every possible known stupidity. The factories of twisted imaginations churn out new idiocies every single day, to which the masses of functionally brain-dead and ill-bred whelps cleave, as if their very existences depended upon them. The utter depth of self-willed human depravity still manages to open new and shocking, if unsurprising, vistas to me almost by the day. We are a despicable species, unworthy of the blessings and miracles of our existences, not as matters of our immutable individual natures, but of our personal choices, driven by our will to be as shoddily corrupt as we are able to pull off, while evading any immediately discernible consequences.
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    08-06-2022, 03:15 PM
    Larger question is if these medical professionals will be required to report any rape allegations. Typically, that is the case.
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    08-06-2022, 02:56 PM
    Knives save lives, too.
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    08-06-2022, 01:03 PM
    Perhaps, or not... the relevant point being that effectively infinite units can be concocted from thin air, as you put it. This has been my main concern about an Art. V Convention. If there are any as-yet latent loopholes and were even one to be discovered that would be exploitable via palm grease, Theye would "print" as much as needed to buy the results they want. And what about those trillions that "disappeared" from DoD? Might come in hand when things get interesting. Goebbels took the work of Bernays and tuned it, resulting in his quip regarding telling the big lie, telling it often, and by that means making it the truth.
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    08-06-2022, 09:25 AM
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    08-06-2022, 07:25 AM
    This once again raises the question of silver v. gold. Historically, the value of gold relative to silver has been about 15x. Today it's just under 90x, so either gold is highly over-valued, or silver highly under-. Which is it? The current discussion seems to suggest the latter, in which case is would appear that silver is the commodity of choice. I'm curious as to the consensus, if there even is one.
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    08-06-2022, 07:08 AM
    Shorting requires a specific relative movement. How is that reliably achieved? Rumor and innuendo have fueled market idiocy since ancient times, but it's always been a risky business. Today's tyrants and other scoundrels seem far less willing to tolerate risk, which would seem to point to the need for reliable means of making the markets do what they want, when they want, in the amounts they want. I'm not saying those means do not exist, but only that I am not familiar with them. As for selling the same physical metal to more than one breathing body, that is certainly one of the easier frauds to perpetrate, so long as the "system" supports it. Keep the prying eyes of investigation at bay, and that scam could go on for a very long time. I've never understood how anyone could be so naive as to trust in such a blatantly insecure scheme as that. AH! You see, I'd not twigged to that angle, and it makes perfect sense. Meet increased demand with false supplies... just crank out as much paper as is needed. The dopey investors are happy in their bubble of false security, the crooks are practically passing out from disbelief that they could be making so much cash on the Stupid of said investors, and everyone is happy.
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    08-06-2022, 06:52 AM
    I think plenty of them actually do know what is happening. Money can buy nearly anything or anyone. Imagine how easily a billionaire is made - literally takes seconds to endow Senator Joe Scumbag with even a trillion dollars. We don't really have clueless "representatives" - we have co-conspirators, if in no other measure than their willingness to turn a blind eye in exchange for a doxy and a bottle of cheap wine. They aren't the problem. We are. Until we decide to kill these jokers, and their children (a grim but essential part of becoming a free people), stamping out not only the tyrant, but his genetic lines, we are going nowhere but ever downward along that lovely death spiral. That is the naked truth of it, like it or not. I will fight because I am a grade-A prick, but to be honest, I no longer give a shit about the liberty of Americans because they have proven themselves unworthy of even their miserable existences, much less actual liberty. Well, I've been talking with God a lot lately. Guess what? Nothing's coming back, so I'm not particularly impressed. God may have his timeline, but it doesn't align well with that of the individual human being, making much of what we experience seem like manifestations of a very sick and sadistic joke. I'm done with all the unproven bullshit of humankind. Until I see evidence, it's all lies, my basis being the several heaps of innocent people whose bodies piled-high like mountains, graced God's half-acre during the twentieth century alone. I have no use for petty, low-rent drama, and I suspect the hundreds of millions who fell to the butchers may not have given the least of a shit about God's grace as their lives were untimely ripped from them; as they watched the same fate befall their children. We are a race of demons and sloths, perfect for one another, the latter watching as the former consumes him, feet-first. That's the world of humans and you can have it. But I will fight - not for anyone else but the handful of those whom I love. The rest of the world can burn and I shall shed not even one tear for them, for they made their beds. Let them nap.
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    08-06-2022, 06:28 AM
    Climate is now officially a religion. Mother Nature is now lobbing thunderbolts like Zeus and Thor. Isn't that always how these things progress? Wonder why the cops were targeted? Could it be because they're the only people as likely to leave their vehicles locked and running so they'll be nice and cool inside than politicians are?
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    08-05-2022, 06:00 PM
    I've never been much of a fan - but this is ridiculous: alex-jones-must-pay-45-million-punitive-damages I wonder how much the rest of the media is going to pay for their vaccine harm denial??
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    08-05-2022, 04:48 PM
    The last straw?
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    08-05-2022, 04:02 PM
    Say no more.
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    08-05-2022, 01:21 PM
    I love how there's like a 1 second pause before the cars start rolling again. Like, "Whoa! Alright, on to Target."
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    08-05-2022, 10:59 AM
    So I appreciate your comment, but you're already taking the pro-abortion position. If you deem abortion to be the killing of an infant in the womb, then it is murder - and no one has the right to murder. For that reason, it can't be a "right" as you stated. A "right" means you no one can impose their will upon you. Murder is definitely an imposition. And the "heavy hand of government" is often used to prevent or punish murderers. However, at the state level, there can be a debate about what constitutes "murder". Not all killing is murder. Decisions like this are best made at the state level and NOT the federal level. Sometimes, libertarians will argue about who gets to decide. Well, we usually don't let the murderer decide - even if they killed a puppy. You can counter with the bodily rights of the mother, but except for rape, the mother has already made the choice to invite the baby into her womb. As a pilot, I can't kick my passengers out mid-air if I decide I no longer want them in my plane - my choice to allow them to board came with an obligation to land the plane before I send them on their way. At any rate, I just wanted to point that out so you can see how your comments sound to someone who is pro-life. I, too, worry about enforcement of abortion laws. It's very hard to enforce abortion laws without the troubles you've mentioned. If a state wants to ban abortions, I think the best way is to make the medical practice illegal in the state so that it's not an option reputable doctors can use. If they do, they can be held criminally liable. Yes, desperate people will still want to commit murder for their own convenience, but that shouldn't be a reason to just allow it. Punishment for the mother should be reserved for egregious cases. I don't consider traveling to another state as egregious.
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    08-05-2022, 10:23 AM
    Replacing actual money with mere currency is essential. Recall the Rothschild quote along the lines of "give me control of a nation's currency (or money) and I care not who writes its laws." A few is not nearly enough. Likely, we as a species are hosed. But I intend on defying Themme until I die, by whatever the means that may greet me.
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    08-05-2022, 06:31 AM
    Subconscious remorse for committing infanticide? Seems to me like this person's inner soul recognizes she did something horribly wrong and is begging for forgiveness.
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    08-05-2022, 04:59 AM
    That was a different pretense. I'm not saying it cannot be done now in some similar way, but only that so far there appears to be little notice of anything amiss if it is in fact the case. That nothing would be mentioned in the large networks would be expected, but that even the smaller outlets make no mention of this of which I am aware... that seems a little perplexing to me. Well yes, all points well taken. I suppose I'm just a fool to hope that somehow there exists a better than trivial number of men who see it for what it is. Thus far, the evidence remains inconclusive.
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Among my many interests was electricity and I decided that I wanted to change how the industry operates. Understanding the free market as I did, I was pissed that the coolest discovery in the history of mankind was being regulated to death by the government. I wanted to change that.

I found a job as a part-time temporary meter reader. My girlfriend went ballistic that I was quitting a salaried job for a part-time temp job, but I had complete confidence in what I was doing. Meter

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Iíve never used this blog feature before, but since people have wondered (and asked) about my personal story, I figured it was best to do it in here rather than the forums.

It may come across as anecdotal, but I assure you that this same type free market story is working itself out all over the country and the globe. Even in the face or increasing government interference.

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