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  • RJB's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:49 PM
    I went to Catholic schools and was homeschooled. I went to a public school in 1st and 5th grade. Both of those times I went to the principal's office with a group of kids. Both times the principal read off a list of things that we supposedly did. I didn't do what I was accused of. The principal then ask the first kid in line if he did what he was accused of. He denied it and the principal chewed his ass for lying. He then went down the line and asked each of us if we did what we were accused of. We all lied and "confessed" so that we wouldn't be accused of lying. I turn 50 shortly and to this day it still annoys me that I "confessed" both times. Looking back, I am sure that was a kind of indoctrination. That was the public school. The nuns at the Catholic school had their own sick games.
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  • DamianTV's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:41 PM
    How about licking her lips while eyeballing destroying the country? This man committed NO CRIME. If everyone licks envelopes, but it is not ok if you challenge the political machine, THEN its a crime. So is breathing, speaking, thinking, and basically LIVING.
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    Yesterday, 07:27 PM
    Nope. To them, we are merely things to be used, and harvested. Human Livestock. Ok for me but not ok for thee. One of two possible outcomes, and both result in a great decline in human population. However it is pulled off. Depression, fine in their books. War, fine in their books. Tyranny, ok in their books. Sterilization (vaccine), also ok in their books. These people at the top the same ones that send YOUR kids to WAR, for "fun and profit" sometimes oil, show similar mental illnesses and do not recognize the natural limits of other people. They do not see other people as equals. In order to "earn their respect" you basically have to beat them at their own game. Thus Bezos might beat Gates and other times Gates beats Walmart, etc. Those are the only people they see as equals. None of us do, but what they are trying to do is to "cull" the "resistant" types (hence why Vaccine is the cover for this Litmus Test) and take them out to the pasture. And by pasture I mean the Illegal Chemical Shed to be shot and not even buried just have your body burned in an open ditch. Plenty of Replacement Mexicans are on their way tho thanks to Biden basically reopening the borders for UNLIMITED IMMIGRATION. Plan is to replace most of America.
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    Yesterday, 07:14 PM
    Litmus Tests. Just like public school, what they are testing for is Reflexive Habits of Reaction to Authority. There is no better test of ones obedience than adherence to STUPID rules rather than SENSIBLE rules. And they are pushing to see who breaks and who reflexively obeys. That is the Adjustive Lesson of Public Education. Followed by Confusion, and other lessons that DO NOT SERVE US by any means. The reason for this conditioning is so they can figure out which of us to keep and which to kill. If you are not obedient enough then their plan is for you to die.
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  • RJB's Avatar
    Yesterday, 06:56 PM
    I have been nice, but I am losing my patience. I had to get a second job in construction last year because of the shutdown. My kids work in the public. I have been busting my ass for less money. They are now calling for double and triple masking. Anal swabbing... Screw that. I am sick of people thinking they are virtuous because they only leave their house once every two weeks, and these lazy bastards want to tell me how to live. I want to tell them, "Congratulations on not having to work for a living. Hide in your bunker, but leave me alone with your nonsense!"
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    Yesterday, 06:48 PM
    All of them. As for Trump, this ain't saying much, but compared to the other baby bombers, he was probably the best president in my lifetime.
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    Yesterday, 06:41 PM
    Probably, though, the insurance lobbies have enough influence and connections to prevent things from getting much further. I won't be surprised if this decision is overruled on appeal. And I think it should be, precisely for the reason given above.
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    Yesterday, 06:38 PM
    This chain of thinking is the first thing that came to mind when I heard about this. This will not only take the government off the hook for the consequences of its policies in the eyes of many, but it will also give the government an excuse to exercise even greater power and control over things. "OMG! We have to save people from the awful insurance companies who are exploiting the situation to jack up their rates and make profits! The government needs to do something about this!" (And never you mind that the whole problem was caused by government in the first place ...)
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  • RJB's Avatar
    Yesterday, 05:42 PM
    Insurance is a scam anyway.
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    Yesterday, 05:40 PM
    Justice will not be found in their courts.
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    Yesterday, 05:22 PM
    So apparently "1/6" is a thing now ... (the farce just keeps getting more and more ... farcical ...)
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  • Occam's Banana's Avatar
    Yesterday, 05:09 PM
    Fixed. "A joke at the expense of the King's bureaucrats is the same as a joke at the expense of the King himself."
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    Yesterday, 04:56 PM
    Is this a way to get insurors to induce the government to relent on its lockdown/shutdown BS? Or is it just a way of foisting the costs onto third parties (and thereby reducing the impetus to blame the government for what it has wrought)? Or is it some of both ... ? HUGE Decision? Insurance Ordered to Cover Covid Business Interruption - Lawyer Explains WHY https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LPqdpDK7rpc
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  • Occam's Banana's Avatar
    Yesterday, 04:42 PM
    Most likely. At least to start with ... Eventually, perhaps. As I said, mass democracy at the present scale is an utter farce. It can't be anything else. This is so regardless of whether they go so far as to start impeaching the likes of Ron, Rand, Tulsi, et al.
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    Yesterday, 04:28 PM
    The courts will throw it out after the judge's golfing buddy (a lawyer) fleeces him out of 10s of thousands of dollars.
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    Yesterday, 03:57 PM
    Town of 2900.......... I'm betting everybody knows everything about everybody. Makes me wonder what's up. A google search shows that this guy challenged the entrenched political machine and now they intend to fuck him.
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    Yesterday, 03:34 PM
    Absolutely insane. None of us are safe.
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  • RJB's Avatar
    Yesterday, 03:21 PM
    When I was their age, I respected the Beatles, Jimi Hendrix, etc., but I loved Megadeth, The Misfits, etc. Nowadays, I don't know any kids who like the modern music. Seriously. Even when my kids were teeny boppers, they couldn't stand Justin Beiber. They knew that was getting forced on them. It's like when cartoons started to suck in the 1980s. Every GI Joe cartoon was a thirty minute commercial for the next action figure. It was just manufactured. There is still some good music getting made. Unfortunately, it restricted to local bars and rarely seen youtube videos. Good musicians don't have a chance to make it big these days
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    Yesterday, 03:06 PM
    Oh, I certainly hope so. These are outcomes to be hoped for fervently. Mass democracy on the present scale is (and can be nothing but) a farce - and the more obvious the farce, the less seriously it is taken. The more people exposed to the nude Emperor's taint, the better ...
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    Yesterday, 02:19 PM
    Subjective value and ordinal preferences are strange and wondrous things ...
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  • Occam's Banana's Avatar
    Yesterday, 01:32 PM
    Yes, he referenced a claim made by Robert Barnes (with whom he does a regular live stream about current legal topics) about Giuliani's statements. He clearly identified the source of the claim and just as clearly referred to it as an allegation the truth of which has not yet been established in court one way or the other. He did not assert Barnes' claim as being true (although as a matter of public record, it appears that it is true). There is nothing untoward or "biased" about any of this - unless by "biased" you mean "saying or making reference to things that displease me". It seems like right here you are finding what you are looking for.
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  • RJB's Avatar
    Yesterday, 01:25 PM
    I was a thrash metalhead in the 80s. My pet peeve was telling someone that I liked metal and then they'd say, "Oh yeah, I like Bon Jovi, Poison and (any other crappy poser band) too. I liked the big 4, any punk band with an aggresive sound, etc. I hated the radio other than KNAC in Los Angeles. 1991 was the first time I enjoyed the radio. That cheesey hairspray music went away. I was 20 then in LA. Then my new pet peeve was when I told someone that I was a metalhead was when they'd say (in 1992 and 1993), "Yeah! I am Metallica's biggest fan! I can't wait for their second album to come out!" The last place I was stationed as a Marine was at Whidbey Island, just north of Seattle. I went to those bars where you paid a cover and got access to a bunch of different live shows. I even played bass in a garage band. You never know what you have until it's gone... It's funny, my teenaged daughters like the same bands I liked back in the day. I still have my hair past my shoulder.
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  • Philhelm's Avatar
    Yesterday, 01:00 PM
    I think that for the short term, we should try to create a parallel society, at least to the extent that it is possible, practical, and prudent. I consider even rank-and-file leftists to be a huge security threat, as they are the ones who will happily report their family, friends, and neighbors for non-compliance, red flag laws, etc. Furthermore, we fund our own destruction by giving our wealth to people and organizations who want to destroy us.
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  • RJB's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:57 AM
    I said my piece in this thread. "Charitable..." LOL! Later.
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  • RJB's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:54 AM
    Yes. People should read the thread and ask themselves why multiple people of varying beliefs are equally tired of your bullshit. You have a history that goes beyond this current sock puppet.
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