• tod evans's Avatar
    Today, 05:50 AM
    A roll of wrenches probably won't get you home when one of these 'puter marvels brakes.....
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  • Origanalist's Avatar
    Today, 05:25 AM
    A bit pricey for me.
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  • tod evans's Avatar
    Today, 05:14 AM
    Late to the party..... The gin-mills of olde cannot be replaced with touchy-feely shit.
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  • tod evans's Avatar
    Today, 05:10 AM
    Protected and served the life right out of that lad.
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  • heavenlyboy34's Avatar
    Today, 12:34 AM
    Yes. Please see Rothbard's explanation of recession/depression in "Man, Economy, And State" for a detailed explanation why.
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  • heavenlyboy34's Avatar
    Today, 12:27 AM
    So are the kittehs a hassle to clean up after? I know my sister's place always stinks when I visit :bigpoo:, so I assume it to be-or maybe she's lazy with that like everything else. :P
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  • heavenlyboy34's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:31 PM
    :cry: btw, if you switch to kittehs, don't get indoor kittehs. They're really smelly and gross. Lots of litter maintenance. My sister has one. She's also a terrible pet parent :down: :P , but that's another story.
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  • heavenlyboy34's Avatar
    Yesterday, 03:55 PM
    Is that the doge that you said peed himself and Mr A wanted to have put down? Kurwa. :( :'( Will be missed.
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  • AZJoe's Avatar
    Yesterday, 02:03 PM
    NEO - The Abduction of Meng Wanzhou "It is clear the US is pushing the battle line to our door … We can completely regard the US arrest of Meng Wanzhou as a declaration of war against China.” - an editorial in the Global Times of China The background to the arrest is fairly simple. Huawei has become a global competitor in the global phone market and their 5G phones are cutting edge technology and so not welcomed by competing phone companies … The company has even been threatened by the US and allied governments with criminal charges in America’s increasingly hostile economic war against China alongside its increasing military pressure, provocations and insults. It’s one way to control the market. But now, acting as a mafia they have kidnapped, detained, and hold hostage a Chinese woman whose simple crime is going to work every day. The lack of outcry from women’s rights groups in the west is not surprisingly, deafening. The pretext for her arrest is that Huawei has violated US sanctions against Iran. But the “sanctions” imposed on Iran by the US recently are illegal under international law, that is under the UN Charter that stipulates that only the Security Council can impose economic sanctions on a nation. The latest American sanctions are not approved by the Security Council. Sanctions imposed unilaterally by one nation against another are not legal and are violation of international law. … There is no legal justification for her arrest by the Canadians who detaining her … John Bolton … admitted that he knew that this was going to happen several days in advance …
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  • Dr.3D's Avatar
    Yesterday, 01:46 PM
    Maybe they use the eel as bait. When some fish comes up to grab the eel, the seal grabs the fish.
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    Yesterday, 01:41 PM
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  • AZJoe's Avatar
    Yesterday, 01:17 PM
    From Voltairnet.org - "The heart of the problem is that the Chinese firm uses a system of encryption that prevents the NSA from intercepting its communications. A number of governments and secret services in the non-Western world have begun to equip themselves exclusively with Huawei materials, and are doing so to protect the confidentiality of their communications."
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  • AZJoe's Avatar
    Yesterday, 01:13 PM
    Comment from FB: "IMPERIAL PERSECUTION: A STEP TOO FAR The world's Rogue State has gone one step too far in its intensifying persecution of Huawei. Having virtually banned the Chinese technology standard-bearer from US markets, it has now arrested the company's deputy chairwoman and heir apparent through its Canadian vassals. Whatever Washington's excuses about violation of its Iran sanctions or threats to its national security, there is just one real reason for the latest US outrage: China is taking an independent path to development. Worse, the Chinese are doing so well that they could overtake the Empire and end its longtime domination of the world. Smaller, weaker nations that refuse to take dictation from Washington get destabilized, regime-changed, invaded or bombed back to the Stone Age. The current full-spectrum assault on China is what happens to those that are too big to bomb. ..."
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  • AZJoe's Avatar
    Yesterday, 01:07 PM
    'Arrogant jingoist policy’: Lavrov blasts Washington’s request to arrest Huawei CFO Washington’s “revolting” policy of stretching its own criminal laws to other countries' territories has to end, Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said as Huawei’s top executive faces extradition to the US. Lavrov slammed America’s habit of applying its laws “extraterritorially” and dubbed it “revolting to the vast majority of normal states and normal people.” ...
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  • AZJoe's Avatar
    Yesterday, 12:45 PM
    Is Angela just making up numbers? Even the CDC phony numbers don't come up with a 70K average. The CDC average is only 42,000. And as already explained here, the CDC estimates are phony to begin with. First this admission that pneumonia is triggered by "bacterial or viral" ( and also fungal btw) confirms that all pneumonia or respiratory deaths are not all from flu. This verifies the CDC estimates based on attributing all deaths where pneumonia or respiratory failure are listed as COD as flu deaths are phony inflated numbers. Secondly, Angela denies that old age is a factor for developing mortal pneumonia and then in the very next statement admits that "older people are naturally weaker people, and therefore more prone to die." The fact that it is overwhelmingly old people confirms that systemic failures of old age is the dominant factor for developing mortal pneumonia. Yes bacterial, or viral or fungi infection is the triggering event, but it is the systemic failure of old age that turns an otherwise normal event into a mortal pneumonia. Millions of people get infections or viruses including flu every year and they aren't all dying. Its overwhelmingly limited to to very elderly or people with otherwise compromised immune systems or serious health issues.
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    Yesterday, 11:08 AM
    India & UAE Sign Pact To Trade In Rupee And Dirham 1069903232288329730
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  • Dr.3D's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:38 AM
    Probably just a seal fashion ststement.
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  • presence's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:01 AM
    technically he wasn't dumb as a rock until he went on network news and said he didn't get along well with trump because he consistently asked him to do illegal things
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  • presence's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:32 AM
    so you want your local mob boss to do something about your troubles with a foreign mob boss? tommy taking over this joint is like putting a silk hat on a pig...fuck you pay me
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  • presence's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:29 AM
    An unsolicited third party to a transaction saying you are my subject, therefore 'fuck you pay me else you can't trade' is not legit. State intervention in markets is ALWAYS FOREIGN, HOSTILE, OCCUPYING, and ILLEGITIMATE it matters not the flag waved, nor the purported territorial "jurisdiction" claimed, nor the apparent support or number of their "entitled" subjects:
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  • AZJoe's Avatar
    Yesterday, 04:55 AM
    No Angela, The article does NOT say 80,000 children allegedly died from the flu. It says 80,000 people allegedly died from the flu. Proclaiming that all of them were children is just outright dishonesty. According to the CDC, the number of child flu deaths for the 2017-2018 is 185. 185 is a far cry from 80,0000. (Also of note, the CDC admits many of those had received the latest flu vaccine - but it didn't work. And when the CDC says most were unvaccinated, the CDC does not mean never vaccinated. It just means has not received the latest never ending conveyer belt flu vaccine rollout). Further, the 80,000 figure is bogus. Over a five month flu season that would have been 16,000 people dying every month from the flu. That many people dropping dead would have been front page 24/7 media coverage. Anyone remember hearing it? No? Because it did not happen. Here is where the CDC phony estimates come from. The CDC numbers are estimates of "flu related" deaths. It includes both actual flu and pneumonia and respiratory deaths to come up with that number. It just assumes all pneumonia and respiratory deaths are the flu, which of course is ridiculous. Pneumonia is a common complication of a variety of many causes including the result of system failures of old age - just dying of old age. The CDC itself admits that 80% of their estimate are people over age 65. The last year the CDC actually separated out the flu vs pneumonia on their alleged "flu related" deaths was 2010 and the total was 55,227 alleged flu related deaths, of which only 4605 (8.3%) were flu and 50622 were pneumonia. Applying the same ratio to 2017-2018 would give us 6,670 total actual flu deaths for the 2017-2018 season. Even that small number ignores all other relevant factors that would compromise an immune system such as old age, poor health, chronic illness, bad diet, lack of exercise, obesity, diabetes, drug abuse, smoking, alcoholism etc.
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  • AZJoe's Avatar
    Yesterday, 04:15 AM
    1071132880368132096 Trump proving once again he has the emotional mentality of a 10 year old. Meanwhile the fool in chief continues to appoint and sing praises of his neocon appointees Pompeo, Trump's master Bolton, Pence, Haley, Nauert.
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    Yesterday, 04:09 AM
    But Trump is proud of his neocon masters - 1071132880368132096
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  • aGameOfThrones's Avatar
    12-07-2018, 11:50 PM
    Can I call her a fascist now and the leftists will agree?
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