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    Today, 05:22 PM
    Shut down the engine remotely?
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    Today, 04:59 PM
    How come his backpack was the wrong color?
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    Today, 12:01 AM
    lol what a douchenozzle..
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    Yesterday, 09:32 PM
    How many of their articles did CPUd post?
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    Yesterday, 05:31 PM
    Here's an example of the slippery slope anti-discrimination laws are creating. I am helping a friend rent out a room on craigslist. In the ad, I want to put that it is for single occupants only. Craigslist says I can't do that, because it is discriminating against families. There is no way in hell my friend is going to rent this single room out to an entire fucking family. So instead of filtering people out by telling them up front that the room is for a single occupant, you have to get a bunch of emails from families or couples who want to rent out a single room. Besides the minor annoyance, even after leaving the language out you could actually be sued for not renting to someone who emails you if they believe you are discriminating based on their status as a family. Additionally, if there are 2 girls living in an apartment and they want to rent a room out to another girl, they can't put that in their craigslist ad because that is sexual discrimination. Even if they say there are two girls living there, the post can get flagged and taken down, I've seen it before. Craigslist recommends describing the premises, not the people who live there or the type of people they desire to live there. Can't you see how this is seriously getting to the point of insanity?
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    Yesterday, 05:23 PM
    Yes, they are both wrong, anti-discrimination laws amount to slavery and it is not a bad thing to choose not to follow bad laws. It may result in a negative outcome, so I don't necessarily recommend breaking bad laws, but it certainly is not immoral to break unjust laws. What if this guy is right, and he is following God's commandments by not baking a gay wedding cake? You are trying to deny him entrance into heaven? That seems a lot worse to me than even the Nuremberg laws which are terrestrial laws with terrestrial outcomes. Of course, I don't think he is right about that, but he has every right to believe what he does and he has every right to bake cakes for whoever he wants.
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    Yesterday, 03:09 PM
    Hmmm, I wonder if Anne Frank thought she was above the law because she was hiding in an attic :confused:
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    Yesterday, 10:03 AM
    Lots of nice fashions.
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    06-25-2017, 04:04 PM
    http://www.ronpaulforums.com/showthread.php?512057-New-Poll-Shows-Majority-Of-Americans-Think-Russia-Probes-Are-quot-A-Distraction-quot
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    06-25-2017, 12:36 PM
    But muh Trump narrative
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    06-25-2017, 03:50 AM
    Did you know every single one is different?
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    06-23-2017, 06:42 PM
    Watching the left is like watching a fucking trainwreck.. "Oh, this is the most successful company we've seen in a long time, how come they are so successful, let's study it!!" "OMG, Uber is full of white "bro" culture!! This is wrong, this must end!!"
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    06-23-2017, 02:22 PM
    There was no violence. He went up to them and stopped. CLEARLY he was not trying to hit any of them, he waited for the red sea to part, then he went through the middle without hitting anybody. He used his engine to scare the shit out of them to move out of the way. If it was a sidewalk, I would understand, but they are in the middle of the street.
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    06-23-2017, 02:13 PM
    Dude, I've been over this enough times now you should understand why you are wrong, but so you don't pollute the brains of other forum members I'm going to have to explain again. IQ does correlate with SAT scores. That is a fact. Some individuals score high on the SAT, but low on IQ, and some score low on SAT, but high on IQ. But if you look at a large set of data, people with higher IQs tend to score higher on SATs. Both the SAT test and the IQ test are measures of intelligence - they are not PERFECT measures of intelligence, there is NO SUCH THING as a perfect measure of intelligence. But people who score well on the SAT, and who score well on the IQ test tend to be more intelligent. The fact is, an intelligent person should always score higher on any test than someone who isn't as intelligent, that is what makes them intelligent, is the ability to provide correct and accurate answers to puzzles or questions. But certainly there are different kinds of intelligence that come into play and allow some people to do better on some tests, and others to do well on other tests. Intelligence is not one dimensional. However, at the end of the day, IQ correlates with SAT scores, income, college degrees, all sorts of things. Now, since it isn't a perfect measure of intelligence, you can't always make inferences on individuals' scores, but when you have a larger set of data, or a group, you can begin to make inferences. That is why it is totally valid to use IQ scores to compare the intelligence of large groups of people. It may not be a perfect comparison, but it can tell you some good information. When you have a 20 point different in average IQ between two large groups of people, there IS something to that, no matter how many times you plug your ears with your fingers and scream "lalalalalalala" and pretend IQ scores don't mean anything.
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    06-23-2017, 01:13 PM
    I think he lives a humble lifestyle and barters with precious metals.
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    06-23-2017, 12:19 PM
    Why does this idiot think that it wasn't something they pre-planned? What does this prove? Of course it is smart to get the domain for the website before you commit the act that may put you in jail, and that you will need copious money for attorneys. You were trying to claim the other day that the fine was less than the amount the raised - but she is fighting it with attorneys, so clearly she is going to need more money. You really need to think more before you post.
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    06-23-2017, 12:13 PM
    Ya, but by putting the focus on them and turning them into a nail, what do you think the hammer is going to do?
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    06-23-2017, 11:50 AM
    Oh, I forgot to add, and this is the most important part - if they started enforcing the no smoking for frisbee golfers, guess what? That requires enforcement. That means they are going to come down harder on the un-leashed dogs because they will have more overall enforcement of the rules. So my point is, if you want to protect the ranchers, don't send the authorities after the innocent hippies who aren't doing anything wrong, that will just result in a request for more funding for enforcement and end up hurting the ranchers. Instead focus on the prize - more rights for cattle grazing on public lands and retain the rights of hippies on public lands.
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    06-23-2017, 11:41 AM
    No, what he's saying is that people who are using the land to graze their cattle and to otherwise profit from the public lands are held to a different standard than those who are just there to setup for a short time, camp out, play some tunes and in theory leave the land like when they got there. The ranchers aren't being treated fairly, we know that.. but why punish innocent hippies? There is a big open space, frisbee golf course, park near my house. People bring their dogs there off-leash because it is such a big area, but there are signs posted that dogs are to be on leash. After they get enough complaints they will send a ranger out, hand out a few tickets, tell anybody who complains further that they are doing something about it, the complaints dwindle down for a couple years or so because nothing bad ever really happens, then some new people move into the neighborhood and complain, rinse and repeat. A few months ago when this happened, I told some people I saw there who had dogs off leash that there was a ranger there a couple days earlier, and to just be on the look-out. They started complaining about the frisbee golfers smoking on the course... I was like, come on, let's focus on the issue here - there is no reason they should be ticketing people for having dogs off leash here, it is largely un-enforced anyway, let's just keep it that way and not turn this into frisbee golfers smoking on the course.. For one thing, I rarely if ever see frisbee golfers smoking cigarettes, usually you see them smoking joints, and who the hell cares if anybody is smoking a joint on a frisbee golf course?
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    06-23-2017, 10:46 AM
    lol, you mean they planned it out in advance? Pretty sure I've seen this type of thing before with false flag shootings. Difference is, this was obviously something that was pre-planned, nobody is denying it.
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    06-23-2017, 10:37 AM
    Rainbow gatherings are awesome, I love psytrance..
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    06-22-2017, 11:59 PM
    Wow, I immediately recognized that stretch of freeway, Santa Clarita... lol...
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