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    Today, 12:25 AM
    https://developers.slashdot.org/story/18/04/18/2348233/login-with-facebook-data-hijacked-by-javascript-trackers Friends dont let friends build websites that use Facebook Login.
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    Yesterday, 03:51 PM
    Believe me, Im torn on it too. And yes, the Tiny Tyranny can be even worse than giant distant central government. I think its the Scale that should be considered. In small groups, the voice of the individual can be easily heard without shouting. In large groups, the voice of the same individual is so drown out that not even shouting is effective. Neither idea works at all when those in power choose to not listen.
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    Yesterday, 03:43 PM
    IMF Sounds The Alarm On Global Debt, Warns "United States Stands Out" https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-04-18/imf-sounds-alarm-global-debt-warns-united-states-stands-out Graph from the linked article...
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    Yesterday, 03:37 PM
    Agree. First, "no such thing as a free lunch". Next, "if you cant find the product, you ARE the product". Next, in a truly Free Market, no business can compete with a government that provides anything "for free". But since nothing is truly ever free, the costs come from somewhere. I think its the Scale that confuses people in what is free. Such as a "free sample". At the smallest scale of perspective, a person can eat the sample "for free", but stepping back, who ever is giving that "free sample" is incurring that cost as a form of advertisement. This site is another good example of "free". Josh used to own the site, and he paid out of his own pocket for it, but made it "free" to us. He offset the cost of running the site with donations. How much time do our Site Owners spend on maintaining our "free" site? We arent paying them for their time, and they arent asking that we do pay them to be a part of the community. Getting bigger "free health care" is afforded by either taxation or inflation. Funding has to come from somewhere. In a Free Market, the price is determined by supply and demand. Other things are also factored in, such as time to create a product or provide a service, overhead, and labor costs. But what happens when that "free health care" is used to prohibit competition? Even when it is not, how is "free" paid for? Who incurs those costs? Too often, it is the poorest that pay the highest price for "free".
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    Yesterday, 02:44 PM
    https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-04-18/federal-reserve-has-done-great-job-destroying-middle-class Full article at link at top. Reference links in article underlined. --- The Fed apologists ought to be in shortly to tell us how wrong we all are and how wonderful the system works for everyone at the bottom.
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    Yesterday, 02:25 PM
    The Terms are always Divisive. Divide and Conquer to create an "enemy" where none had existed before. Strip people away of these labels and all that is left is just people. People that will be more willing to work together, respect and protect those differences, letting those differences become strengths instead of weaknesses. Trouble is that people remember headlines on many levels. They think what they are told to think. They only want validation. If what they are told is nothing but lies, and that is all the person knows, they will seek validation of that lie. They will always remember "Libertarians are Evil" because it tells people what to feel. Propaganda pushes peoples Self Interests, used to manipulate them. But what is not said is just as important as what is said. What is not said is also the same message, and thats a little trickier to spot. The message they dont hear is "Feel, do not think". Dont look at the world from anyone elses point of view but the one you are told. Dont think for yourself. Dont use Logic. Dont reject ideas of Authority. The last part of the previous paragraph is probably the most important. Propaganda and Public Indoctrination work together to enslave the minds of all citizens. Schools teach Fixed Habits of Reaction to Authority, as described in the video in the underlined link. What the video doesnt mention is what those Fixed Habits are. So lets list a few of those Fixed Habits and entertain how they can be used to brainwash people. Blindly accept any information that comes from any figure of Authority. Do not challenge the idea. Do not think Logically. You can see where this is going. This is the type of message that Zippy tries to work. He wants people to see him (or them, I still suspect a paid group) as a Figure of Authority, and expects our reactions to be blind and unquestioning. His methods are the same as Gawker's news articles. Attack any opposing ideas and expect the group to accept those ideas. As dannno pointed out, Progressives are retarded. What was slightly missed is that "retardedness" is trained into the minds of people that otherwise would have the ability to think for themselves. I know the term "retard" is used too often to describe people with physical and mental disabilities. The "retards" I think we are both referring to is those who DO have the ability to think for themselves, but choose not to. The "willfully ignorant". Brainwashing and Propaganda explains how normal people are subverted into the state of "willful ignorance".
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    Yesterday, 01:49 PM
    Its less about the product, people and data are the products. What is more important is who sells that bacon. Is it bacon for a local small market store, or is it Amazon bacon? The result of Targeted Advertising is to destroy smaller businesses by stealing their customers.
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    Yesterday, 01:18 PM
    As much as I dont like the specifics, I will say that I prefer the way that HOAs usually work. Any form of self imposed regulation should start at the very smallest level, two people agreeing to things that affect both of them. An example is maintaining a tree that bridges both neighbors properties. They decide the rights and responsibilities of each party to each other. As that community grows and involves more people, that is where the power should exist. Such as everyone on a small cul de sac setting their own speed limits on that street, lawnmower times of usage, etc. Things that can annoy each other, but arent necessarily crimes. At the small level, one community will have different guidelines than other communities, and those guidelines will best suit each others situations. The trouble I think we have today is we have too much top heavy interference instead of being community driven. When things get too top heavy, the differences in communities are discarded and individual cooperation is replaced with conformity, and guidelines that eventually turn into laws that do not suit the smaller communities. The result of being too top heavy is that people interact less in their smaller communities. The top heavy solutions do not suit each persons needs and do not scale from big picture to small community very well. There are appropriate places for both, but the basic concept is still the same. Minimal top heavy interference, and foundation is built at small community level. Im hoping Anti Federalist can weigh in on this, but its the principle of of States having final authority over themselves and only the minimal level of Federal Govt. We dont need the Fedgov trying to regulate every single thing. The problems and benefits of both Federalism and Antifederalism might be best described by AF and other Antifederalists.
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    Yesterday, 07:31 AM
    So much freedom- we can put you in jail for victimless crimes but you have no voice in it. This is the same logic that will support an 18 year old joining the military but won't allow them to drink. If people are going to be punished as adults then they should also have voting rights. And- if the gov was out of the school system maybe we could stop the ridiculous stuff that keeps teens babies and then demands they "grow up" immediately at 18. And, NO, I'm not in favor of 16 yr old know-nothings voting, but saying the two things aren't connected is not looking at the real picture.
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    Yesterday, 04:21 AM
    https://yro.slashdot.org/story/18/04/17/2217244/former-fcc-broadband-panel-chair-arrested-for-fraud Im sure she did not abuse any of that power when she held that position of power in any other ways. :rolleyes:
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    Yesterday, 04:15 AM
    Who gave Facebook permission to track you at work? Your employer? Or Facebook? How about shared computers at work? ---- Fingerprinting user data goes WAY beyond the outdated concept of cookies, although cookies are still used extensively. The new techniques can pretty well identify individuals, even when they use the same computer, based on what you type, the way you type (called "type cadence"), how you move the mouse, etc. Basic things, such as when certain websites are looked at can be used to differentiate one individual from another when using the same computer. That is all of it true, unless, you dont even let your computer talk to anything facebook puts out. Period. That means block the fuckers in the firewall. Use adblockers, facebook blockers, plugins, hosts files, what ever it takes.
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    04-17-2018, 03:02 PM
    I was gonna post a video of every news network with so many different anchors all reading the exact same script "Conan O'Brien is making a splash in late night television" over and over and over and over again. Different faces, but yes, they all operate as a part of the same news network.
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    04-17-2018, 02:37 PM
    http://www.breitbart.com/tech/2018/04/17/facebook-could-face-billions-in-fines-over-facial-recognition-features/ Full article at link at top.
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    04-17-2018, 02:35 PM
    http://www.shtfplan.com/headline-news/doug-duncan-even-us-government-economists-predict-trouble-ahead_04172018 Full article at Peak Prosperity link at top of story. ----- But everything is awesome! The party will go on forever! Unemployment Rates are great! Everyone is happy and doing so much better! Wages are skyrocketing and prices for everything are dropping everywhere! We've solved all the economic problems, so why shouldnt we just BOMB the rest of the world to our same level of Economic Stability?
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    04-17-2018, 10:51 AM
    Not exactly AF- men were actually the first to wear many things that are now considered "feminine"- such as: Makeup Wigs High Heels Fancy jewelry & especially pierced ears. These only became "feminine" when men got tired of them & moved into different fashions. Then the women took over. ;) (Of course, pierced ears were always masculine as it was a sign that a sailor had actually crossed the equator.)
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    04-17-2018, 08:28 AM
    I'm not supporting Turkey or Erdoğan but the Gatestone Institute is basically a Muslim-hate site. Most everything we read about the history of the Ottoman Empire is very imbalanced and not close to truth. At one time the Ottoman Empire was the greatest and most civilized on earth- think of America in it's prime. The Emperor Suleyman was considered one of the greatest leaders in history; he was also extremely cultured & artistic. The Ottomans never went through the "Dark Ages". That was a European experience. Also: jihad means a personal inner conflict to better oneself- the arabic word for war is: "al-harb". Jihad is NOT war against other religions. The Koran specifically refers to Jews and Christians as "people of the book" who should be protected and respected. Did the Ottoman's degenerate? Of course- think of the US's path in today's world.
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    04-16-2018, 11:33 PM
    Here's Helmuth again, sputtering utter bullshit. First of all most people can't even recognize a Pit. Many "attacks" that have been blamed on Pits were a totally different breed. I had a Shar-pei/Lab mix doggie that everyone thought was a Pit. Pits were trained a few centuries ago for fighting but so were a lot of other breeds- Pits just get a bad rap nowadays because people are ignorant. http://love-a-bull.org/resources/the-history-of-pit-bulls/
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    04-16-2018, 01:01 PM
    You're the one rewriting history. The Irish were hated because a) they were Catholic, and b) because they were not considered white. In his book The Renegade History of the United States, Thaddeus Russell explains that the first large wave of Irish immigrants worked low-paying jobs—mostly building the canals along the Canadian border—that other Americans wouldn’t do. Like finding out a song you thought was new is actually a 100-year-old remake, the Irish were simultaneously accused of stealing all the good jobs and branded as “lazy” and “shiftless.” They were also thought to be the nonwhite “missing link” between the superior European and the savage African based on stereotypes from the early American media, according to the Boston Globe: In the popular press, the Irish were depicted as subhuman. They were carriers of disease. They were drawn as lazy, clannish, unclean, drunken brawlers who wallowed in crime and bred like rats. Most disturbingly, the Irish were Roman Catholics coming to an overwhelmingly Protestant nation and their devotion to the pope made their allegiance to the United States suspect. In 1798, Congress passed three “Alien Acts” based mainly on fears of Irish-Catholic, anti-immigrant sentiment. These new laws gave the president the power to stop immigration from any country at war with the U.S. and the right to deport any immigrant, and made it harder for immigrants to vote. Then, again in the late 1840s, a nationalist political group called the Know-Nothings sprang from a populist movement of poor whites who were dissatisfied with the two-party system and started the American Party, intent on preserving America’s culture by restricting immigration, especially from Catholic countries—including by Irish Catholics.
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    04-16-2018, 06:48 AM
    Double indeed. kcchiefs6465
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    04-16-2018, 03:58 AM
    https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-04-15/how-much-longer-can-american-empire-run-fake-money Full article on link.
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    04-16-2018, 03:55 AM
    https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-04-15/ron-paul-freedom-and-income-taxation-are-opposites This is WHY Ron Paul brought us together to begin with.
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    04-15-2018, 12:44 PM
    Yes, Backpage had a substantial private firearms marketplace. Ammunition for cheap too. You cannot sell guns or ammo on Craigslist. Reading the snippet that Zippy posted, it also seems that this bill is more about prostitution in general and less about child trafficking and forced prostitution. Interesting to note that Backpage was largely (or even mostly) dormant in many cities. Being founded in Phoenix, the website did however have a large user base in Nevada (where prostitution is mostly legal).
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    04-15-2018, 12:28 PM
    I was just commenting in general. Don't mind me. As another general comment, the language of a bill matters less and less with every year passed.
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    04-15-2018, 12:11 PM
    And of the more prominent websites that inadvertently 'engage in promoting child pornography' and/or 'engage in promoting child sex trafficking?' Facebook, Youtube, Google, Yahoo, etc. You see, when you are loose with words, they become descriptors of everything. And as well, there is a reason why Backpage was taken down and not these other 'promoters,' 'advertisers', and 'profiteers' of child pornography and prostitution. Might Backpage's departure be because of their open marketplace private sales of firearms and firearms accessories?
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    04-15-2018, 11:52 AM
    This. This is politically motivated and will do little to nothing to affect child sex trafficking.
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    Regarding those hypocrites and those who have abused and mistreated others for their own selfish gain, we too should pray for them, for they have been seduced by evil and have become slaves to their passions, and their souls are being dragged into the pit, especially those including those who have chosen the side of Satan over our Creator. When we think of people like Jay Z who in his millions has turned to the occult, we should have fear for them and pray for their souls and repeat the words of Christ and St. Stephen the first martyr, "forgive them Father for they know not what they do". Our feelings for them should not be one of joy for their sufferings, but rather hope and prayer for their eventual repentance.
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    In addition, we as Christians know how this will all end. We have been assured by Christ that upon his return Satan will be destroyed and the darkness and evil in creation will be extinguished forever. But the Satanist are banking on a complete different ending, one in which 'God is destroyed'. This is what I meant when I said that they seek for the death of God. I probably didn't phrase it well the first time.

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    Of course, when I say that satanists wish for the death of God, I do not mean that God can be destroyed. Rather, that is the lie they believe as worshipers of satan. Granted, God did die, and it was on account of Satan's treachery and the weakness of men which eventually led to Christ on the cross, and on the cross God the Son died and suffered a sinless death in order to vanquish the power of eternal death over men. This is the might and grandeur of the love our Father in Heaven has for his children. So instead of God dying and Satan gaining, the Christian paradox which has turned the world upside down is that God dies, and the power of Satan is rendered powerless. This is the mystery of the cross and why demons can't stand to look upon it.
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    John Hagee believes in "Dual Covenant Theology." Basically, that means he believes in two methods of salvation, one for the Jews (Through adherence to Old Testament Law) and one for the Gentiles (By Grace Through Faith in Jesus Christ. ) I said that the fact that he believes that proves that he is a child of Satan, which is exactly what Jesus Christ told the self-righteous pharisees in his day, because they believed they could be saved through following the law.

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