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  • nobody's_hero's Avatar
    Today, 05:46 AM
    Right. Well, it has been said that the republican party and the democratic party are two wings of the same bird. Guess we'll see just how far a one-winged bird can fly. I've seen enough to know I'm not gonna be terribly upset if the lefties circle the drain first.
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  • idiom's Avatar
    Today, 01:07 AM
    That sounds really really vampirically rapey
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  • Anti Federalist's Avatar
    Today, 12:59 AM
    Trump could actually "end the fed" and some around here would still complain.
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  • heavenlyboy34's Avatar
    Today, 12:42 AM
    tl;dr-none of those are libertarian groups.
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  • Aratus's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:11 PM
    Rand Paul has been playing golf with DJT. Jeff Sessions thinks REEFER MADNESS is real. Trump does not give a rat's derrière.
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  • Aratus's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:08 PM
    Is the game like one of cards, she folds to Ms.Hillary if half successful in 2o20 but she wins big if it's a 100% as in totally clever gambit? Does Mr. Bernie have to be on the moral high ground to win at all over H.C + E.W?
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  • Aratus's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:01 PM
    But NEANDERTALs are easily the brainier species, over the aeons modern humans became shorter & more gracile since the ICE AGE. NEANDERTALs had 1500 cc of brain matter, we tend to have 1200 to 1300 cc as mature adults. Do not make simplistic assumptions!!!
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    Yesterday, 10:41 PM
    Mitt Romney's vote is pivotal, if he wins in Utah. POTUS Trump has been extremely controversial, he has had a seedy side of corruption emerge in a manner not unlike NY's Boss Tweed. Mitt Romney is like a latterday re-incarnation of Edmund Ross of Kansas, in that he is not a total herd animal if he wants to make an impact on the course of events. He either plays out Mitch McConnell's game or he doesn't. When I first began thinking over how close Trump was to being impeached, I put this at at 10 to 1 odds, now it's more like 50/50 & feels awfully damn close. We may all go from an amoral Chaotic value neutral entity from DUNGEONs&DRAGONz to the religious fervor & hypocrisy of a true believer who either thinks God talks to him quietly or pretends this is the case. Unless M.P is a naive, willing doormat of the worst order, he has less dirt on him, about him and near him than does DJT. The Democrats have to weigh the merits of this, they are near a flare point. DJT has been semi-legal.
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  • jmdrake's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:38 PM
    Nativist crap is popular here. I gave you an example. You ignored it and went on your never ending quest to pimp Stefan Molyneaux. You must have shares in his ad revenues or something. Edit: And you also ignored this. And no, I don't think the "We want to help other low IQ countries by preventing a brain drain" argument is valid either as the U.S. is academically behind many of the countries were the H1-B visa types are coming from. Lastly, I doubt you even know what the term nativist means.
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  • jmdrake's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:36 PM
    Ashley Madison's business model makes no sense outsourcing or no outsourcing. Anybody can be hacked. You had people using government email addresses to sign up for a website based on adultery. Not a hookup website (there are plenty of them) where you might fight single people, swingers and cheaters, but a 100% "this is for having an affair" website. Not that I have never done something stupid in my life. Just not that particular brand of stupid. And yet.....Ashley Madison is still in business. Sucker born every minute I suppose.
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  • nobody's_hero's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:30 PM
    You say what has been going through my mind since 2016. Such behavior from the left cannot be rewarded. And the media must not be allowed to regain credibility. I've said that since day 1 of the Trump administration, and I'm firm on that, especially with what we've seen these past few months.
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  • jmdrake's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:28 PM
    :rolleyes: And for the record nothing from Mr. "defoower" is worth is worth my time anyway. But I specifically pointed out people who, on these forums, wanted to kill as in murder people just for crossing their land to get into the U.S. And no, I don't think the "We want to help other low IQ countries by preventing a brain drain" argument is valid either as the U.S. is academically behind many of the countries were the H1-B visa types are coming from. Lastly, I doubt you even know what the term nativist means.
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  • jmdrake's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:05 PM
    Okay. Let me put it another way. It's much easier to outsource IT then it is to move a factory. And some jobs can't be outsourced at all. (Trauma nurse for instance. Even with telemedicine, at some point somebody has to stick the IV in.) I may not have direct experience with someone doing the managing but I've seen it done successfully by people not nearly as smart as you or me. And as to your question on "would we need many of those H1-Bs", it's a cost / benefit curve. How many extra workers do you need for a particular task and how much of a problem is the time zone / language barrier? If adding a few worker who got their PhD in computer linguistics as a foreign student helps your smart phone design team then hire them. If you can't hire them because they can't get an H1-B then at some point it makes sense to outsource.
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  • jmdrake's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:02 PM
    Ummm...it's not USA all the time. Did you not see where I mentioned Canada?
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  • jmdrake's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:01 PM
    It doesn't make sense because you are an idiot and/or dishonest and you have been for some time. I made the comment about there being nativists here, which there are, and like a total a$$hole you claimed there were not based on some video of Tom Woods and Stefan Molenuex. I didn't say Tom Woods and Stefan Molenuex are nativists. And that was my original point. There are nativists here and some of them actually want to hurt people. This is one of those "if the shoe doesn't fit then don't wear it" moments.
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  • Danke's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:34 PM
    Our Injuns are just Asians that wiped out the indigenous people around at that time. Savages. Mongoloids... low IQ.
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  • Danke's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:21 PM
    Cody began acting in the early 1930s. He worked in film and television until his death. Cody claimed his father was Cherokee (and his mother Cree), also naming several different tribes, and frequently changing his claimed place of birth. To those unfamiliar with Indigenous American or First Nations cultures and people, he apparently gave the appearance of living "as if" he were Native American, fulfilling the stereotypical expectations by wearing his film wardrobe as daily clothing—including braided wig, fringed leathers and beaded moccasins— at least when photographers were visiting, and in other ways continuing to play the same Hollywood-scripted roles off-screen as well as on. He appeared in more than 200 films, including The Big Trail (1930), with John Wayne; The Scarlet Letter (1934), with Colleen Moore; Sitting Bull (1954), as Crazy Horse; The Light in the Forest (1958) as Cuyloga; The Great Sioux Massacre (1965), with Joseph Cotten; Nevada Smith (1966), with Steve McQueen; A Man Called Horse (1970), with Richard Harris; and Ernest Goes to Camp (1987), as Chief St. Cloud. In 1953, he appeared twice in Duncan Renaldo's syndicated television series, The Cisco Kid as Chief Sky Eagle. He guest starred on the NBC western series, The Restless Gun, starring John Payne, and The Tall Man, with Barry Sullivan and Clu Gulager. In 1961, he played the title role in "The Burying of Sammy Hart" on the ABC western series, The Rebel, starring Nick Adams. A close friend of Walt Disney, Cody appeared in a Disney studio serial titled The First Americans, and in episodes of The Mountain Man, Davy Crockett and Daniel Boone. He also appeared in a 1968 episode of Mister Rogers' Neighborhood featuring Native American dancers.
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  • Danke's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:17 PM
    I knew I'd get a reaction from the Injun posting that.
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  • nobody's_hero's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:03 PM
    If they're smart, they'll pack up and leave, creating more homeless people. Then they'll have to determine who is more homeless than others. People who live in cars will be taxed to support people who live under bridges. People who live under bridges will be taxed to pay for people who use newspaper to shield themselves from rain. Remember, in a socialist society, you don't have to be rich to get robbed. You just have to be "better off" than the next guy. It's like running from a bear. You don't have to be fast. You just have to be faster than the person next to you.
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  • Danke's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:44 PM
    They will just pass it along to customers.
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  • Danke's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:42 PM
    it runs on Injun tears.
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  • jkr's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:59 PM
    #ENDit
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  • Danke's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:43 PM
    The real fast one, powerful one, badass one.
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  • Danke's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:40 PM
    Danke replied to a thread Horseface in U.S. Political News
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    Yesterday, 07:39 PM
    Danke replied to a thread Horseface in U.S. Political News
    No matter the size, with her, that would be like throwing a hotdog down a cave.
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  • idiom's Avatar
    Yesterday, 06:16 PM
    According to an-caps the socialists would lose. Unless there is already intervention on the side of the socialists by another state? If the socialists are being supported then being against intervention would stop that support. If the an-caps can't win an a stateless civil war then what is the point of their theory? Also what happens when they defeat the tankies with your historically unprecedented covert support and then turn around and fly planes into buildings?
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  • nobody's_hero's Avatar
    Yesterday, 06:01 PM
    Well, we're operating on the assumption that these are 6 real people on a panel instead of folks who work in the background at CNN who were just gathered up to do a bit of acting. I wouldn't put it past them.
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