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    10-08-2017, 07:21 PM
    She said he was able to for over an hour and no one stopped him. Unless he didn't actually wait to kill himself until the door was finally breached, or he was shot by someone who then left, free as a bird, yes. He was able. He might have been down to the few rounds he had saved for himself, so chose not to. He might have decided to neatly stack his empty magazines and sweep up 90% of the spent casings instead. But he was able. Or was he? What do you know that we don't? If things went down according to the Official Narrative, then he was able to. If you're going to nitpick, pick real nits. Don't pick imaginary nits.
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    10-08-2017, 06:16 PM
    Ending the Fed will stop enabling the stupid people in Washington from doing even more stupid things that even all of us together cannot afford. Like, for instance, letting the lawyers run the hospitals, letting the politicians dictate what kind of health care every man, woman and child in the country gets, and using the FDA to shield Big Pharma from liability for the dangerous stuff they peddle as cure-all panaceas. Not to mention shoving the FBI into situations like Las Vegas, to impose odd agendas on local law enforcement and limit the information they can disseminate. Ending the Fed can do that. All of that. And make people less despondent and hopeless as their wages and savings cease to be devalued every single day. Ceasing to turn 'stupid people', as you so delicately put it, who manage to land a spot in the middle class into the working poor could lead to them doing fewer stupid things, no?
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    10-08-2017, 03:34 PM
    Of course it is. Step one: General Motors spends millions on some feature. Step two: General Motors markets it and sees if anyone cares. Step three A: The public likes it, so GM enjoys additional sales while the other companies spend millions developing the same thing, or pays GM for their patented version of it. Step three B: The public yawns, so GM pays half of Congress to make it mandatory, so other companies will be forced to also spend millions developing the same thing, or pay GM for their patented version of it.
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    10-08-2017, 02:46 PM
    And they only had to injure four wide receivers to do it. Meanwhile, the same Bills who beat the Broncos lose to the Jets...
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    10-08-2017, 02:39 PM
    So no one should tell Pence the government he's vice president of supports terrorists, or that government should support those terrorists, or we should all consider standing for The Special Song more important than the government supporting terrorists, because somebody has a Che avatar?
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    10-08-2017, 11:16 AM
    What I'm trying to say is, just because this was a real event and real people really did die does not mean no one is pointing cameras at crisis actors. Too often someone sees that a crisis actor is employed after one of these things and jumps to the conclusion that the whole thing is some kind of Hollywood production, and no one got hurt. That winds up being very counterproductive. But there are valid reasons why a crisis actor might be employed, even though there are real victims who could be interviewed instead. The presence of real victims does not make the existence of crisis actors impossible, and the presence of crisis actors does not make the existence of real victims impossible. To see either one and jump to either conclusion is a logical fallacy. All it proves when we catch the news pointing their cameras at crisis actors is that we've uncovered yet more fake news, not that there is no news at all. It takes more than proving there are victims to debunk the rather obvious conclusion that certain so-called journalists are manufacturing footage for whtatever reason, just as it takes more than debunking fake news to prove that nothing happened. When I said 'these girls' I was referring specifically to the two alleged victims in the Inside Edition and ABC footage, not the deceased. Clear enough?
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    10-08-2017, 10:50 AM
    Claiming the whole thing was faked and no one was hurt is a handy way of discrediting anyone who doubts any part of the Official Narrative. That said, the handy thing about crisis actors is, you can point a camera at them in full confidence they won't go off script. While injured people tend to be in pain, drugged up, lacking makeup and generally depressing, crisis actors can be upbeat and make good television. And they can't talk about inconvenient things they noticed, because they aren't actual eyewitnesses. So, are these girls injured or crisis actors? And what does it mean?
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    10-08-2017, 09:12 AM
    Trusting those who claim a monopoly on holding and examining the primary evidence does not necessarily equate to finding out the truth. Watching and reading the media 'news organizations' which lay claim to being the closest to the authorities and pretend to the throne of 'mainstream credibility' does not necessarily equate to finding out the truth. People can believe in those things and consider people who don't to be bat-guano crazy, but the truth of the matter is the objective truth of the matter, and the truth is that the truth is seldom forthcoming from those sources any more. So what's left? If a person wants to know the truth, what can be done but the Sherlock Method--put everything on the table, eliminate the impossible, and believe whatever is left, no matter how improbable? Is logic bat-guano crazy? Admittedly, we are unlikely to be exposed to enough evidence to eliminate every impossible scenario. But we can at least examine enough evidence to see if the Official Narrative is one of those impossible scenarios. And that, in a republic, is arguably not only a possibility, but our duty. If the people who prefer living in denial want to call doing that duty 'being crazy', let them. The same people will likely say sending 3500 more troops into the mountains of Afghanistan is not crazy, despite the evidence of the failures more than half a dozen powerful empires over the course of the last millennium. But at the end of the day, we are voters in a Republic. Everyone defines duty a different way, and some deny they have any duty at all. But some believe we have a duty to know what the hell is going on. And if we have to put everything on the table and sort through it all to find out, that's sad, but some of us are going to man up and do it. Meanwhile, the Daily Mail says anyone who doesn't believe that nineteen Saudis with boxcutters caused three New York buildings to fall into their own footprints (one of which was not directly hit, and was full of federal trial evidence), Cheney called off the Air Force in good faith, the BBC knew with enough certainty that one would fall twenty minutes before it did to announce that it had fallen because they're really, really smart architects, someone who couldn't fly a Cessna could hit the first floor of the Pentagon with a 757, they were all controlled from Iraq and bin Laden was in Afghanistan, and we're getting the whole story on the whole thing is insane, and everyone who doesn't believe with childlike faith is capable of showering crowds with hot lead. Is that credible? Does it add to the conversation to present it?
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    10-08-2017, 07:42 AM
    That's a rather lengthy bit of shilling for federalized police. I don't see any compelling argument in that demonstrating that we get better from the federal police when they do claim jurisdiction in a situation. Seems to me the answer is don't live in Chicago or New Jersey. And it's written by someone... ...who is either deliberately trying to cloud the issue, or simply can't speak English.
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    10-07-2017, 09:44 AM
    That's the real $64 question. And there's been plenty of time to provide some answers. I can think of two reasons why that answer isn't forthcoming: There's an ongoing investigation aimed at finding other conspirators, and providing the public with answers would tip them off, or... The answer doesn't fit the Official Narrative. Well, at least we know what he was doing during those pregnant pauses in the shooting. He was sweeping up the spent shells and neatly stacking his empty magazines...
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    10-07-2017, 08:21 AM
    And pretend to like what? It's too soon to go back to pretending to like raspberry wheat beer or Jägermeister. It has been years since we pretended to like Everclear Jell-O shots or sloe gin. Time for one of those to make a comeback? I don't know who told the Examiner being fashionable was easy. If you have to sacrifice your taste buds in order to convince shallow people you have taste, so be it.
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    10-07-2017, 07:53 AM
    As with Lee Harvey Oswald, the fact that he's the patsy is no proof one way or the other about whether he played a role. Two windows broken out does tend to suggest two shooters. And one criminal popping a cap into his accomplice in the middle of a job, in the hope that will at least slow the cops down, is not unheard of. It doesn't pay to declare the patsy's innocence unless you're sure of it. Conspirators love that, as they can leak some proof you're wrong and the unwashed masses end up believing them, not you.
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    10-07-2017, 07:14 AM
    So, you're saying this meets that standard and Che Guevara doesn't?
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    10-07-2017, 07:09 AM
    But the country has changed, and the government has changed. The flag has changed too. I'd be ready to display the 48-star flag as a demonstration that I have no allegiance to the direction they are taking if I didn't think it would be misinterpreted (no doubt deliberately) as an insult to Alaska and Hawaii. The original with the circle of 13 stars might get the point across. In fact, this is the very reason I fly the Bennington Flag (my avatar).
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    10-07-2017, 07:02 AM
    For the last two posters, and the rest of those who glanced at Mr. White's post above and said, 'TL/DR. Is this satire? This thing gets more cartoonish all the time. Admittedly, the original story was too ridiculous to stand. But these additional details trickling out keep shoving up the ridiculous factor. Are they trying to distract from the impossibility of ten seconds and more of continuous fire from 100-round magazines and the startling lack of hundreds and hundreds of spent casings on the floor of the hotel room with this salacious silliness?
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    10-07-2017, 05:33 AM
    So, the government can admit to declaring war on whites, and can admit to declaring war on blacks. But they won't admit they're declaring war on everybody? Are they afraid if they're that honest, the whites and blacks will band together and unite in the face of the common enemy? Seems like a good idea in any case.
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    10-07-2017, 05:15 AM
    Yet we've heard of more than one victim who took three bullets each.
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    10-05-2017, 09:02 PM
    Parliaments don't work with two parties. Mary Fallin is neither the best nor the worst governor Oklahoma has ever had. I don't know what makes you so arrogant about it. You'd still have a king if Elizabeth and Margaret had had a brother, and you bloody well know it.
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    10-05-2017, 08:59 PM
    They had a better line still when they had John Alt, Szott, Grundhard and the immortal Will Shields. They started the year with a damned good starting line, but they've had one injured every single game. Last week it was doctor-to-be LDT. The first two weeks Alex Smith was looking like the best QB in the league. Now he's back to looking like a running back. Hope those guys get healthy again.
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    10-05-2017, 11:25 AM
    Naturally. But that possibility isn't necessarily avoided by the puppet media because it causes people to consider that less tyranny might cause less murder by causing people less stress. There's a cause-and-effect thing going on here, which the author is clearly trying to obfuscate with this 'tacit admission'. Mass murders are just the thing to get the public clamoring for more tyranny. And if the public won't oblige by killing each other, these events clearly can be staged--especially if the body that stages them owns the means of both investigation and propaganda. Clearly not. The witnesses are saying there were multiple gunmen inside the event--and there is audio and video evidence to support that. But a cell phone camera is not of the same quality as Hollywood equipment, the media narrative is still pumped out by a gazillion watts 24/7, and some people who get exposed to facts which contradict The Narrative still wind up turning a blind eye to the ugly truth which may be behind it. Factor in tens of thousands of internet trolls obfuscating, distracting and ridiculing on the clock eight hours a day and the truth still winds up the mole in the Media Whack-A-Mole game.
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    10-05-2017, 11:17 AM
    Each other? The ACLU has long been a pain in the government's ass. Of course a 'covert asset' like BLM will topple it if it can. Liberals will wake up to the true nature of BLM or they won't. Meanwhile, we can only hope this particular attack backfires on them by means of their own divide and conquer tactics. Conservatives could get over their longstanding, mostly irrational mistrust of the ACLU if the liberals turn against it.
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    10-05-2017, 09:54 AM
    Pause it at 1:53. Glocks aren't available with magazines that hang eight inches below their grips, that I know of. And factor in the other audio in which three-shot bursts can clearly be heard going of concurrently with the heavy fire, and multiple eyewitness reports of multiple shooters. And audio evidence of ten seconds and more of continuous fire from someone the authorities allege had only magazines at his disposal? Deny the stench all you want. This thing stinks. We're being told repeatedly 2+2=3. When I see a more likely sum, I'm not inclined to turn my nose up at it.
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    10-05-2017, 09:46 AM
    And? Look again at that long magazine.
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    10-05-2017, 09:15 AM
    Either that, or the large-caliber, belt-fed weapon was fired that direction knowing full well nothing would happen and no 'assets' were in the area, so the sound would cover the three-shot bursts from the gunmen which multiple witnesses said were inside the venue, and which audio clearly indicate (and one video strongly suggests) were firing three-shot bursts. But, of course, if the media ignores certain evidence, we should too. Just as we should believe WTC7 fell twenty minutes before it fell, because the BBC said it did.
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    10-05-2017, 08:36 AM
    Hm. Let's see. Would I expect a cop to leave his machine pistol holstered while automatic gunfire from an indeterminate location goes on and on, suddenly crouch, whip it out and let loose a three shot burst on some guy who was clearly not shooting anything, then just as quickly re-holster it and walk around looking officious while the wounded man staggers away? Is that the question? Where did all that light come from if he wasn't firing that weapon? Must have been. Very interesting. We need to describe what's in these vids, so we know what they're most interested in scrubbing.
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    10-05-2017, 08:21 AM
    There were three. None of them were working. Even though someone in the room shot the security guard through a closed door. Official Narratives. Those and five bucks will get you a Starbucks.
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    10-05-2017, 08:09 AM
    Not very. We're getting zero footage from it.
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