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    05-25-2016, 06:55 AM
    Oops. Nevermind. I see you've reflected upon your position here. That's the spirit, serf. Back down to a misdemeanor, maybe. Very good, grasshoppa. And yer little dog, too. Snickers, was it?
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    05-25-2016, 06:53 AM
    Yo. Watch yer mouth. That's disrespectful. Blue lives are here to protect you. Please don't refer to their duty as a police state. Pull that crap again and you're teetering on a $5,000 fine with up to five years of prison. If you say you're sorry and won't ever do it again, then, maybe a misdemeanor hate crime with only a maximum $500 fine and six-month prison sentence
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    05-25-2016, 06:43 AM
    Seems like the govt is assuming authority to legislate morality here. Will likely become an enforcable national initiative for moral relations with blue lives and citizens who reside in the home of the brave. For instance, if a blue life gives you a ticket and you call the feller a jerk and whatnot, it's a hate crime. You're supposed to just say Thank You and tell them to be safe out there. It's a verifiable given that most incidents of any elevated demonstration of disrespect to blue lives won't likely ever make it to a courtroom. Sometimes blue lives fear for their blue lives.
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    05-25-2016, 06:37 AM
    Likely to become a national policy narrative...
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    05-25-2016, 06:28 AM
    The Bill - HB 953 Report - ‘Blue Lives Matter’: Louisiana to become first US state to make attacks on police hate crime
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    05-21-2016, 08:29 PM
    What I'm offering you is advice. Advice that we all may benefit from. Whether you reject it or accept it is a choice that's yours alone. Reckless rhetoric invites dangerous company. To casually reject the notion that our rhetoric somehow cannot and will not ever be responsible for any potentially poor behavior of others is irresponsible and shortsighted. And while you're certainly free to reject the possibility, it is practical to consider it. Now, I understand that we become comfortable in our rhetoric once we've been around the community for a while. And I think you're one of our more valuable contributors. But I'm not dick waving with you here. I'm just saying think things through a little better is all. If that particularly dangerous rhetoric (and that's exactly what it is) wasn't repetitive I wouldn't even mention it. But because it is repetitive rhetoric I'm obligated to tell you that I personally reject it when it becomes persistent. It's dangerous rhetoric. The fact of the matter is that if you give a feller a rope he wants to be a cowboy. People aren't ready to be cowboys yet. Anyway. That's really all I have to say about it. It's likely better discussed in a topic of its own anyhow.
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    05-21-2016, 09:29 AM
    Well, that's exactly correct. I do see what I want. And while I agree that the choice to do so is absolutely a common enough failing of men, it is also practical to be that way from time to time while among them in order to better understand their intention/vision. But you made a rather firm and decisive, actionable, proclamation here. One that I've seen you've repeated consistently within varying context around the forum. We'd do well to be careful and think it through a little better if this is not truly our intention. But it becomes difficult to decipher intentions when the same rhetoric becomes repetitive. As I'd mentioned there in my previous communication, a lot of people read these pages. So, we'd do well to envision accountability in our rhetoric. And I always read carefully, osan. Always.
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    05-21-2016, 09:27 AM
    He's reckless in his rhetoric. Perhaps by choice. Perhaps not. But a lot of people read these pages. Some likely not of sound mind and judgment and quick to act on what they read as some acceptable method of "activism" or "patriotism." And we'd do well to think it through a bit better prior to openly stimulating actionable measures that we aren't prepared to take responsibility for. Especially if we aren't prepared to lead that which we call for. It's very easy to sit beind our keyboards and solicit such rhetoric but if we're not careful, we'll certainly sleep in the bed that we inadvertently make for ourselves. I understand what being defensive means and that liberty itself must always be defended in order so that it flourishes. But being defensive is a multi-dimensional affair today. I'm just saying think things things through a little better is all. As I said, a lot of people read these pages. So we need to be accountable for what we stimulate. And again... That's a very stupid thing to say here. Especially if we're truly speaking from a defense perspective. What we do here at RPF is to seek political solutions. Nothing else. If someone wants to start an army and fight to the death as opposed to any political solution, then, do it on their own blog or whatever. Because I'm sure as sht not going to be part of any of this kind of fukery here on the forum. I didn't sign up here for that kind of activism. And even if I did think that was the only thing that we're left with, I sure wouldn't be leading from behind a keyboard in order to plant those seeds in the minds of others behind some silver-tongued rhetoric. That's a coward's role.
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    05-21-2016, 06:45 AM
    People who go looking for a fight and view violence as the only solution to our problems aren't often as successful in the endeavor as those who are ready for one. I notice that you promote this logic that blood must be spilled or that we have to go looking for a physical fight as the preferred solution a lot here. Is that what you think we're endorsing here?
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    05-20-2016, 09:15 PM
    Freshman male student killed gangstyle while leaving Howard School today. Same school in the op there. Gangland style killing. 3 shots in the face. http://www.delawareonline.com/story/news/2016/05/20/teen-brought-down-gun-fire-promising-athlete/84673402/
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    05-20-2016, 04:44 PM
    Yo, man, just tell her maybe watch out for this broad if she's going to be cooking meat on the Youtube. Crazy mofos on the Youtube, for sure.
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    05-19-2016, 11:08 PM
    SB 1552 defines the performance of an abortion as “unprofessional conduct.” The bill also prohibits a number of other practices, including “Procuring, aiding or abetting a criminal operation,” “The writing of false or fictitious prescriptions for any drugs or narcotics,” and “Engaging in physical conduct with a patient which is sexual in nature, or in any verbal behavior which is seductive or sexually demeaning to a patient.” The bill has passed both the Oklahoma Senate and the House of Representatives. Here is the Bill (SB 1552) - http://webserver1.lsb.state.ok.us/cf_pdf/2015-16%20AMENDMENTS/Amendment%20&%20Engr/SB1552%20HASB%20&%20ENGR.PDF “Since I believe life begins at conception, it should be protected, and I believe it’s a core function of state government to defend that life from the beginning of conception,” State Senator Nathan Dahm told the Associated Press. http://bigstory.ap.org/13bac300a736477f9a776adb575e9412
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    05-19-2016, 09:55 PM
    Hey, she makes her chicken like I make mine. :) Wait, I go comment on her chicken vid.
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    05-19-2016, 08:49 PM
    This is something that I've really been wanting to bring up in a topic of its own. I just haven't done it. Mainly in terms of what I'd mentioned previously here in the thread with regard to the Man-over-God philosophy that I think is gradually becoming mainstream within the libertarian movement. Even here our own forum I'm seeing it. You agree that liberty is based upon fundamental principles and not philosophies or policies, I assume. That said, when I think of fundamental, timeless, principles I think of things that are benchmarked on truth. I'm of the view that if we're going to teach anything at all, it needs to be truth. Not morality. Morality is a natural product of having a grasp on the truth. Given the state of public morality, I'm of the personal view that most simply don't have a grasp on truth. So, then, by default, they lack an understanding of its principles. Which, as we know, are the foundation of liberty. Anyway. There really is a lot I want to say about this. I just want to do it in a seperate topic. When Libertas Aut Mortis mentioned the lack of virtue that really is eroding liberty, I kind of just got to thinking about it. Oddly enough, I was just talking about this with someone today.
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    05-19-2016, 08:18 PM
    Well. It certainly is true that the greatest and likely most generally unrecognized threat to Individual liberty comes as a result of the constant erosion of virtue. Liberty requires morality. So, yeah. Excellent observation, Libertas Aut Mortis.
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    05-19-2016, 03:38 AM
    This is what I think of when I picture The Donald and border relations...
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    05-18-2016, 10:45 PM
    Yep. This is true. Sure wouldn't know it to hear them say it, though. Well...unless we're paying attenion, I suppose. It's very important that we pay attention.
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    05-18-2016, 10:26 PM
    Hey, while I'm thinking of Man-over-God versus God-over-Man worldviews and where liberty comes from and whatnot, what would anyone here say is the difference between choosing to say that men are "equally endowed (or gifted) with life" versus "All men or created equal?" Why is it that some people choose to say the former instead of the latter? This is a choice. I mean, there must be a reason for this choice. Right? What is to be had by choosing to specifically forward/plant the former into the minds of peers as opposed to the latter? Is this some kind of disingenuous trickery of Godless men who maybe want to stimulate a Man-over-God mindset where Individual liberty and natural law and our very identity is relative to to the whims of men?
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    05-18-2016, 10:20 PM
    Heh. Post of the decade right here, boys.
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    05-18-2016, 09:15 PM
    Yeah, that stuff there on that page is geared toward a specific demographic. One with a completely different mindset/worldview. I like reading stuff like that, though. Sometimes you find of bit of truth tucked away in the most outlandish of places.
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    05-18-2016, 01:31 AM
    I never understood what the beginning of this song was all about. Although it does kind of remind of the old days and Sunday picnics when everybody and their mother showed up. Everybody was a Baptist and proud of it. Heh. Anyway. The rest of it is in the ballpark, though. As far as I can see these days anyway. I forgot about this album until it came up on my random spin.
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    05-18-2016, 12:36 AM
    This is the best place for fun facts with regard to the physics of the event. http://drjudywood.com/
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    05-17-2016, 11:12 PM
    I gots some Tesla spinning. Sweet Paradise...
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    05-17-2016, 10:43 PM
    Since when are these so called "pledge documents" in alignment with the way our Republic was framed to function? What makes it an official document that requires some kind of adherence from our political representatives? What makes it a relevant document? Is there anything in our founding documents or principles that give these modern concoctions any kind of relevant weight or function? What makes it a binding document? Please educate me. Reason being is because, as it is, I couldn't give a flying crap about this so called pledge "document" or if anyone at all "stands" by it. Why should I?
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    05-17-2016, 09:52 PM
    Heh. Me, too. Chocolate donuts. Those mini Hostess ones that come in a bag. With the chocolate icing. I might eat the whole bag if I don't stop soon. :cool: I haven't had munchies like this since I shmoked some of that Maui Waui back in the 80s.
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    05-17-2016, 09:34 PM
    A Canadian kid just found a lost Mayan city. What is interesting here is that he did so using celestial alignment theory. Teen's Stellar Theory Leads to Lost Mayan City Here is another story on it - http://www.journaldemontreal.com/2016/05/07/un-ado-decouvre-une-cite-maya So far it has been noted that 117 Mayan cities were mapped out according to the stars.
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    05-17-2016, 08:49 PM
    Can someone post the bill? Ending secrecy with the fed demands a bill with a rather thorough schematic. I haven't really seen anyone present a bill that has contained the relevant schematics to ensure a true and thorough audit of the fed. Black budget alone is a separate system of finance. What about international financial clearing infrastructure, modern securities and commodities markets that move on electronic networks? What about high frequency trading? And, of course, we have the agencies who operate these things that should be recognized as funded entities, too. And lots of other outliers that aren't often mentioned or placed into relevance as they should be. I've really only listed a few here. I mean, I'm all for an audit, don't get me wrong. But there is an audit and then...you know...there is an audit. So, yeah. Where is the bill? Anyone seen it?
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