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  • osan's Avatar
    Today, 12:23 AM
    osan replied to a thread 13 Reasons Why in Open Discussion
    Some of it. I will perhaps finish it. It gave some perspective, however, IMO it failed greatly in that it did not address issues such as where in hell are the parents with all this and that of raising weaklings. There needed to be at least one character that at some point laid the uncomfortable truth on the table such as parental culpability, as well as notions of right and wrong and how catastrophically contemporary liberalism has failed everyone. That absence was highly disappointing.
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    Today, 12:16 AM
    osan replied to a thread 13 Reasons Why in Open Discussion
    You kidding? It's even worse now with cell phones and social media. Loathe as I am to suggest "government" get involved with anything, I could see criminalizing certain forms of invasion of privacy. Take a peeping-tom photo of a nude girl in her bedroom and posting on the network should get someone prison time. It is so disgusting an act that I could readily see caning such people to within an inch of their lives for doing it, especially where minors are concerned. Of course, the bar for proving such cases would have to be high, given that people have been known to get themselves into things that later they regret and then claim they never consented. What a wholly phucked-up world. In most cases, yeah, but the story needed a vehicle and I suppose this was as good as any and perhaps better than most. It allowed all the perpetrators to hear in gory detail the truth as the girl saw it. It also provided the mechanisms for clearly illustrating the filth and stench of each individual's corruption and cowardice. The only characters to come out looking to have any decency were Clay, Tony, and Alex, who blew his own brains out for guilt, which of course made me feel even more awful. Adults kept teens on short leashes in ages past not because they were tyrannical shit-wads (though some were just that), but because they were well acquainted with the diminished capacities of most teens. Bodies are almost adult, but the brains and mind are far behind in their development both physically and experientially. It's a terrible time for many kids. God knows I hated high school with a purple passion. The stupidity and meanness of kids that age is mind numbing. And I was a dumbass - I didn't know shit about anything, yet all my friends spoke on subjects I didn't even know existed as if they were experts. My whole deal in those days revolved largely around wondering why I'd been born so utterly clueless. Turned out, we all were but some put up a better front of shit than others. I will never forget my friends like Kevin who made like they knew everything there was to know about cannabis. All I could do is wonder where in hell everyone got this expertise and why was I do bereft. It made being 16 a very tough deal for me. I should have gone directly to college from 8th grade because I needed to be around adults and not stupid teenagers. But that's the way things went and I somehow survived it. :)
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  • Anti Federalist's Avatar
    Today, 12:15 AM
    me too...
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  • osan's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:39 PM
    osan replied to a thread 13 Reasons Why in Open Discussion
    You're damned right about that... at least in my case. I'm REALLY bad with stuff like this. When I say I am pathologically empathic, I am being very literal. It is a disorder, so far as I can see because it puts me in a state against things I have no power to change. So it's back to vigilance because the older I get, the less good I am at dealing with this crap. I always thought I'd get better at it. WRONG-0. Same thing happened to me when I saw "Jacob's Ladder". Very dark and disturbing film. I felt ill for three days after seeing it.
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  • Anti Federalist's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:28 PM
    In other words...the usual suspects.
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  • Anti Federalist's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:22 PM
    Had no idea they were not, but they are now, legal in NH.
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  • Anti Federalist's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:54 PM
    I wouldn't. I imagine most people here wouldn't. But we're fucking weirdos. I imagine 90+ percent of Idiot AmeriKa will fall all over themselves to get this new gadget first.
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  • Pericles's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:51 PM
    Once upon a time, the truth was an absolute defense.
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  • Anti Federalist's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:41 PM
    Bob Wills, and a great story! Simpson brought me to Bob Wills when they could not get, or possibly afford, the rights to Autry's "Santa Claus is Coming to Town". So they used Wills instead:
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    Yesterday, 09:37 PM
    Do not call cops. For anything. Ever. Drown Rather Than Save Yourself Without Our Rulers’ Help https://www.lewrockwell.com/lrc-blog/drown-rather-save-without-rulers-help/
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  • Pericles's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:34 PM
    Nice - that crispness of trigger is always present on the high end guns.
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    Yesterday, 09:17 PM
    Cops Mistake Innocent Man’s Seizure for a Crime, Beat Him So Bad He Was Hospitalized for Days http://thefreethoughtproject.com/man-assaulted-cops-seizure-charged-resisting-arrest/ By John Vibes February 26, 2016 El Paso, TX – A man who was beaten by police while he was having a seizure is now facing charges from the incident. Javier Ortega Jr. was driving home one night when he had a seizure behind the wheel and crashed his vehicle. Ortega stopped at a gas station just before the crash but doesn’t remember anything after that.
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    Yesterday, 09:04 PM
    Has Bush? He has donated some- but also pocketed millions. http://www.politico.com/story/2015/06/on-talk-circuit-george-bush-makes-millions-but-few-waves-118697
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    Yesterday, 09:02 PM
    One of AmyPi's (RIP) favorites: Uglier than a panful of smashed assholes.
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  • Ender's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:01 PM
    The coup we helped stage to oust their democratically elected PM in 1953 was because he dared to give his country's oil back to the people. Big Oil said no and boom- no more PM.
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    Yesterday, 08:59 PM
    It was, very...but I've come to the conclusion I don't get a pass on that...debts are incurred, and everybody settles up with the house before it's all over. You got it...please let her know that the entire community here, our merry little band of refuseniks, are praying and sending their best to both of them, and to you, Beth and your siblings as well.
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    Yesterday, 08:38 PM
    .... zuh ... ??? Oh, OH...
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  • Anti Federalist's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:31 PM
    Stiffer than a wedding dick.
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    Yesterday, 08:30 PM
    Sticks out like a: Hair in a biscuit. Turd in a punch bowl. Sore thumb.
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  • Anti Federalist's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:28 PM
    Busier than a: Cat covering up shit. One legged man at an ass kicking contest. One armed paper hanger.
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  • Anti Federalist's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:22 PM
    You're better man and a better son than me, my brother. We're all pulling for your dad.
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  • Ender's Avatar
    Yesterday, 05:40 PM
    Big OIl, my friend, Big Oil.
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  • Ender's Avatar
    Yesterday, 05:39 PM
    Miss this Dude. :(
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  • osan's Avatar
    Yesterday, 05:33 PM
    osan started a thread 13 Reasons Why in Open Discussion
    I am an idiot. Seriously, I am. I am a pathological empath and know better than to watch well constructed dramas about things like beautiful teenage girls killing themselves. But I got home, didn't want to stare at this idiotic computer, and made the huge mistake of turning on the TV which is still active in the wake of wifey's long and horrible recovery from surgery. BTW, Bibi is back at work, in London as we type, and doing far better than I'd dared hope. 13 Reasons Why... huh... well, maybe. I turn it on, and before I knew it, I just had to know the reasons. I binge watched for 13 1-hour episodes and by the end of it I was so upset I didn't know what to do with myself. Yes yes, it's only a stupid show, but for some reason it got under my skin, something I never allow, but there I was all in a knot over fiction. Ridiculous and stupid, I know, but it happened.
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    Yesterday, 05:16 PM
    I have, for this stage of the product development, finished the models for what I am provisionally calling the GaMMA trigger, the design of which is intended to make the AR10 a valid 1000+++ yard rifle. It is named after an old friend of mine - Gale McMillan of McMillan Arms. Just prior to his death, we had a few very long conversations about what would become hot in the arms market. He suggested triggers. It took me 15 years to get my head out of my butt, but here I am, ready to 3D print 2x models and validate the kinematic design. Just got an inexpensive printer and have started the process. BTW, GaMMA -> Gale McMillan Memorial Arms. It's not like we were drinking buddies or anything, but he was a good friend to me at a time when I needed one close by and his help was always stringless. Needless to say I was shocked when he died and decided I would like to commemorate my trigger to the man who got me into this crazy notion in the first place. My plan is to print 2x parts and verify that the thing works as intended. After that, off to the CNC shop for metal prototypes, then into the rifle and send about 50K rounds downrange, or until something important breaks or wears out beyond function. And that's what I did over summer break. :) :)
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  • osan's Avatar
    Yesterday, 05:07 PM
    Good question. These days, they risk being shot. I brook no theft, no matter who they are or the purport they may claim. Very dangerous game, that, so I would work diligently to avoid such people. Of course, I no longer have money, so it's a moot point. Used to always carry no less that $3K cash at all times, sometimes a lot more than that. Never had problems, and was always armed. Was at the old carpet mill in Freehold one day thinking whether I should buy it and make it a base for the NJ Blacksmith Association. All of a sudden Patrolman Ward sees me, stops me, and lies by telling me I'd walked into a drug sting setup; that there were no less than some 30 officers on the roof. Bullshit. I am well trained in observation and going into the shit-section of Freehold Borough, you can bet I scoped things out well before entering the premises. But they had to play cop, so I went along. They wanted my ID. OK. They see the cash, I dunno, prob. ca. $5K-$6K, which was typical for me in those days because I used no credit cards save AMEX for business expenses, which was how I knew which expenditures were which. Asked if I was trolling hookers. Saw cash and said to the effect that I expected to believe I was not coming to score dope with all this money. I politely told him I didn't care what he thought, at which point he pretty well knew he was dealing with a cool customer and let me go. I've walked around with more than $100K in a briefcase. I've never feared being robbed because when badass mofo' meets crazyass mofo' trained in a broad spectrum of the martial arts, the former always loses to the latter. I am the latter. I carried a gun illegally when I lived in NYC and NJ for many years because I was not about to surrender so much as a penny to any Tom, Dick, or Harry who thought they were entitled to my hard-earned properties. And yes, I'd plug anyone trying to rob me. It is not only my right, but my duty to self and the community to suffer no criminal's wrongful acts. The scumbag I let go may go on to take someone's life later. I know I'm not responsible for that, but I cannot claim that such thoughts do not enter my mind. I am bushi (samurai) and will not live the life of a coward. Never have, and I don't intend on starting now.
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  • HitoKichi's Avatar
    Yesterday, 03:52 PM
    Well that makes sense I suppose. I'd respond in French but its kind of rusty at this point.
  • HitoKichi's Avatar
    Yesterday, 03:18 PM
    Why hello there. I assume you are from Quebec.
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