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    Yesterday, 01:50 PM
    That guy is around the corner of where I work... Lol. Small world. Lots of high quality yacht/boat building going on here. Still. Beautiful boat. Friend of mine also has a nice Riva. But I think boat ownership here might be the highest in the world. I used to have two and a kayak in the water behind t he house.
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    Yesterday, 01:45 PM
    I go out of my way not to buy things that are advertised to me. Unless I already thought of it and ads pop up after I googled for it. Then I just feel bad for the stores spending $$ on Adwords. And damn, those campaigns can be expensive. It's a principle thing that's also an interesting hobby for me.
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    Yesterday, 01:40 PM
    I was given a form in the airplane earlier this year to complete. According to the stewardess it was mandatory. I argued with her and told her there was no authority mentioned on the piece of paper that gave me any kind of legal obligation to complete it. She told me I was legally obligated. I had to tell her that if something says "It's important to complete this form completely and accurately" it does not mean I actually have to do it. Especially when it does not mention which public body will do what with it under which law. Everyone else bought it. (nobody ever asked me to show the completed form after landing btw)
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    07-14-2020, 02:04 PM
    I do find that hard to believe with a lot of scientists investigating the genome etc. of the virus. I'm at least assuming there are people who are testing and proving the efficacy of these test kits before they are used on large scale. I do at least want to have that level of trust in the money pit that is called my government. But I may be wrong all together. Would be the first thing I'd think of doing when they arrived.
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    07-14-2020, 12:51 PM
    Really ? I do have the background set to the black version. But that is to prevent climate change, obviously. But is that really what ordinary people believe? I don't really have interests or knowledge of the dark web and how it works but I do understand quite well this is not it.. I mean, I know people are generally not well educated, but you don't need too much information to understand this, am I wrong there?
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    07-12-2020, 09:43 AM
    They are a united people, we are not.
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    07-11-2020, 09:04 AM
    AI is nothing but code written by and managed by them, to control our lives and make the world their toy. AI Can Help COVID-19 Clinical Decision Making, Feinstein Institutes Research Shows https://finance.yahoo.com/news/ai-help-covid-19-clinical-160500027.html AI technology will soon replace error-prone humans all over the world - but here's why it could set us all free https://www.msn.com/en-gb/news/other/ai-technology-will-soon-replace-error-prone-humans-all-over-the-world-e2-80-93-but-heres-why-it-could-set-us-all-free/ar-BB16BOmO Neteera: Using AI To Revolutionize Health Care
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    07-10-2020, 02:29 PM
    The vax has nano tracking with 5G and GPS, profile, A.I. integration, all that. Was planned for a long time. November 2019, the US troops unwittingly carried it to Wuhan, the rest is history. China will take the blame, but ready for war. Fort Detrick was locked down twice in 2019 for security problems, where Covid-19 was housed. Israeli tech is integrating into the US hospitals and law enforcement, and FEMA. See recent news on Diagnostic Robotics for that. They also have drone contracts and contracts with NSA and DHS, Pentagon, all of it. The mutation is scheduled for late this year, and millions will be forcibly quarantined in camps. There, those who refuse vax will be quietly terminated. (they will say they died from Covid-19 or Covid-20).
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    07-10-2020, 02:19 PM
    They started funding the operation in November, same time as Gates symposium Event 102 and FEMA hiring quarantine officers. Diagnostic Robotics. A Round Nov 2019 $24M 10 Investors https://finder.startupnationcentral.org/company_page/diagnostic-robotics
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    07-10-2020, 02:18 PM
    I agree, they twisted it to mean something it doesn't. Which is to be expected.
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    07-10-2020, 11:37 AM
    Well doesn't it fit perfectly ! "Out of the Blue (cops) and Into the Black (BLM)" My My Hey Hey lyrics.
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    07-10-2020, 11:36 AM
    well, yeah, just like Trump has "Black Cube" running election hacking. Can you say "Project Zyphr" ?
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    07-10-2020, 11:33 AM
    Hello, Brian. I agree much of the knee-jerk reaction articles on that day were confusing. Still, consider this article and its quotes. "More practically speaking, if the court had ruled the other way, it might have made the National Popular Vote Compact unenforceable. After all, if the justices had found that states cannot force electors to vote a certain way, then states presumably couldn’t have forced electors to abide by the national popular vote." Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. brought that up in oral arguments in May, asking Lawrence Lessig, who was arguing in favor of faithless electors, “Under your view, there would be no way to enforce the popular vote referendum? Mr. Lessig said that assessment was correct: The compact would require participating states to choose a set of electors “that fits with the winner of the national popular vote, and that slate of electors then would have the same discretion, legal discretion, that we believe any elector has.” The justices’ rejection of Mr. Lessig’s arguments, then, at least leaves open the possibility that the compact could be enforced."
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    07-07-2020, 12:05 PM
    There would have been other ways out of this situation. After reviewing it, yeah it doesn't look pretty on the face of it. I do think she has justification, especially with all the things that have happened recently in society and in accordance the way these women were behaving towards her (the gun wielding woman). What I find interesting is how someone will just keep standing right in front of a gun. I've never had a gun pulled on me so I might be wrong... I'm more of the de-escalating type.
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    07-06-2020, 02:48 PM
    well, yeah, and the activists in the SCOTUS have ruled for ALL 3 of those, in a manner I disagree with in ALL 3. 1) Secession ? No Right. 2) Abortion? Right. 3) Gay Marriage? Right.
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    07-06-2020, 02:46 PM
    It means SCOTUS has ruled that States can overturn their election results if the state winner did not get the nationwide popular vote. I guess you're not familiar with it.
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    07-06-2020, 08:53 AM
    This means our votes don't count if you're in a state that signed the popular vote compact. It also means Biden is President soon. The ruling, just under four months before the 2020 election, leaves in place laws in 32 states and the District of Columbia that bind electors to vote for the popular-vote winner. https://www.sfgate.com/news/article/Justices-rule-states-can-bind-presidential-15388514.php
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    07-05-2020, 02:56 AM
    That's interesting.
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    07-03-2020, 05:16 PM
    This country is dead. Deal With IT !!!!!!!!!!
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    07-03-2020, 05:01 PM
    What a stupid holiday - not for the cause, but historically speaking, it was nothing more than the day orders were read by the general in Texas. One State. Orders had already been read across the South. Many Northern states already banned slavery by themselves. If you're going to honor Emancipation, do it on December 6th, the Thirteenth Amendment signing date. The reason why 95% of Americans never even heard of "Juneteenth" until 2 weeks ago (including myself) is that it was a local holiday only. - Now, onto removing Columbus Day - as an Italian-American, I am beyond affronted and disgusted by this. We are already on the margins. Never did we have a President or any real power in this country besides Church or Mafia. Now, we can't even keep ONE FRIGGIN DAY ?
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    07-03-2020, 04:54 PM
    A lot of work was put into this. 3 sections combined.
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    07-01-2020, 11:09 AM
    China makes everything for us - whose fault is that except the "free trade" corporations ?
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    06-30-2020, 05:18 PM
    E. Michael Jones on The Plot Against America https://www.podomatic.com/podcasts/tkelly6785757/episodes/2020-06-30T05_36_18-07_00 thkelly67 (Tim Kelly) and E Michael Jones Our Interesting Times definitely one of the best podcasts out there, IMO which is why it's not on You Tube anymore. E. Michael Jones books were recently banned on Amazon :trophy:
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    06-30-2020, 04:03 PM
    Hardcore Pornography is just fine to these people But free speech is not. Think about that.
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    06-30-2020, 02:18 PM
    The name 'black lives matters' is what gave people appeal to the movement and also what will make it never reach it's intended goal. As it's by itself racially loaded, it will not solve a single thing. The only way racism will be gone is if we learn to see each other as just another person. Individualism I guess.
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    06-30-2020, 02:15 PM
    I don't like it when people who I agree with for the most part will use their excellent debating/interviewing skills by pushing the person they interview to be the idiot in the conversation. I do think Braun is making a valid point, he's just making it very badly. There's too much police brutality, I think most people would agree on that. Against minorities, people with mental disabilities etc. specifically, those with more challenges in society and also those with more risk of a police encounter. If thats's agreeable, then it may be worth it to look at how police departments themselves cannot be held accountable but the individual officer will be accountable, at least to a higher degree than currently, for their actions. Does that make sense somewhere ?
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    06-30-2020, 01:35 PM
    Yeah I don't really recognise my own country anymore. Only a short time before corona we had this: And yes, these were farmers who set records with the amount of traffic jams caused by driving their tractors on the highways, towards The Hague, onto the big central field there.. On a few occasions.
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    06-30-2020, 11:11 AM
    Your thought that religions are man made is man made. Pretty sure the Sun is not man made, though.
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