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  • osan's Avatar
    Today, 02:01 PM
    OK. That's not what came across to me, but now that you've clarified, I'm good... or so my women tell me. What place to you think would be better? Of the 12 states in which I have resided... Texas is too big and too weird with the whole "law 'n order" mentality. Florida: too many New Yorkers. It would go nowhere.
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  • osan's Avatar
    Today, 01:25 PM
    Just wanted to let everyone know that Bibi is pretty well recovered, save for strength and stamina issues. She's in Florida at her sister's and will be back Monday. I was concerned she would be wiped out after the flight, but to my pleasant surprise, she said she felt great, if a bit tired. Looks like she's going to live a while longer and I will have no escape into the arms of the other woman. :) Thanks once again to all of you for your support. It meant a lot to the both of us.
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  • osan's Avatar
    Today, 01:20 PM
    And here I have to give props where due. The filthy progressives WORK for their perfidies. "Liberty" people do not, on average. Liberty is far more work, I concede, but come on. We see it even here - I have signed on to at least two "initiatives" here at RPF, and none of them went past talk, the last one not even getting a whole lot of that. It seems to me, and I could be mistaken, that the liberty people are really no different from the progressives in that they want shit to magically drop into their laps through the labor of others. Lots and lots of talk. Little to no work. It appears that America is become this, regardless of self-professed individual bent. I should cut some music, story line about how hopeless shit is and how fucked we all are. I could play it 24x7 over the air and it would never get old. One foot in the grave and I'm looking for that banana peel for the other. This nonsense has gotten nearly that boring. Corruption and evil are ultimately boring. They are as nothing at all, save for the destruction they wreak upon people's lives.
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  • osan's Avatar
    Today, 01:09 PM
    Who cares what folks did 150 years ago? It makes no matter to us today. Not in this case, anyhow. This sort of reasoning is not unlike black people mooing and hoomering about slavery. It's done. Over. Fin. Finito. Fertig. Befejezett. законченный. 完成した. πεπερασμένος. Ferdig. ANCIENT FOIGIN' HISTORY. If WV is a good place now for this sort of project, why would anyone deny themselves the opportunity just because of the actions of those from five generations ago? It really makes no sense. Would you disagree?
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  • William Tell's Avatar
    Today, 11:30 AM
    I thought it was funny but I also knew it was fake. https://twitter.com/RepThomasMassie/status/845108804253618176
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  • tod evans's Avatar
    Today, 07:47 AM
    :cool:
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  • William Tell's Avatar
    Today, 07:46 AM
    As far as policy pushed by the Speaker goes you are probably right. But after replacing 2 speakers in 2 years the next one will probably have more respect for the conservative members and let them take more of the votes they want. For example full repeal. Or at least not yank their reelection funding over being conservative.
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  • osan's Avatar
    Today, 07:39 AM
    West Virginia would be WAY better than NH, that much I can say for certain. Better climate. Hillbillies get a bad rap, sometimes deservedly, but overall I will take them over the typical denizen of any of the New England states. FAR more decent people on the average, and more open to reason, believe it or not. Charleston is shrinking - people are leaving in droves. Down something like 10 or 15 thousands in the past decade, now in the ca. of 45K. It is a bastion of comparative liberal infestation, but that could be readily remedied. Of the 12 states in which I have lived in the course of my life, WV is perhaps the most likely to accept actual liberty. The strong Christian base helps there. Strong, but not intrusive. Morgantown is a den of liberal pansy-werk because of the university. Not sure about Huntington, but I do not get the impression that the Marshall crowd are as much like snowflakes as that at WVU. Not sure of the east panhandle. I cannot imagine Harper's Ferry being anything other than über-liberal, but have not heard one way or t'other. Southern WV, where we first lived, would be all over free state status. The welfare leeches would riot, but we have plenty of guns and ammo here and could make very clear the choice to them of getting over it or getting out as the only alternatives to getting buried. Downside: state is notoriously unfriendly to free enterprise, but again I believe this could be remedied within a decade's time, if not sooner. A properly structured and delivered marketing/propaganda campaign could do the trick here. I would start by talking with every preacher in the state. I'd hit the rabbis too - both of them. :) The path to the hearts of a vast plurality of West Virginians is through their churches. I'm serious as a heart attack, too. Get the preachers on board and you would get the state on. There are so many accordant points between freedom and Christianity that find the right ones for presentation would like shooting fish in a barrel.
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  • osan's Avatar
    Today, 07:19 AM
    After 26 years, I'd have to agree.
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    Today, 07:19 AM
    After 26 years, I'd have to agree.
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  • osan's Avatar
    Today, 07:18 AM
    11. Nuke Mecca. 20Mt and not a grain less. Not sure how serious I am. :)
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  • osan's Avatar
    Today, 07:17 AM
    A few points. Firstly, Dr. Paul appears to have fallen for the false schism between "civilians" and the rest, whoever and whatever they might be and called. This is distinction without difference. We are all presumably human, so why even mention "civilians" vis-ŕ-vis some other subpopulation? I understand how it may be used as a conversational instrument, but will assert that it is a dangerous one that leads the minds easily astray from truth. I would further point out that the most often tacit subtext that "civilian" lives are somehow more sacrosanct than others is key to the danger of which I speak. It's like the old "think of the children" trick so often employed to strong-arm people into doing as you want them. It is complete nonsense because the life of a 98 year old white male (evil of evils) is no shred less valuable than that of a newborn. McAdams is only partly the money where he paints the "hates us for our freedoms" argument as a lie. IMO, it is a true assertion, the lie part coming in when considering degree. The loons who are running amok and sawing off the heads of other human beings certainly hate us for our freedoms. Denying it is not credible. But those jack-0ff neocons turned the truth of it into a lie by blowing it so far out of proportion that nearly all credibility flew the coop. We as a statistical "people" face many problems; things we simply do not want to face, for any of a number of reasons of which we could write several books. One is our steadfast refusal by some circles to accept the fact that we have erred gravely in putting our nose into the business of other nations. Along a similar line, we refuse to face the bitter truth that on the order of seven thousand Americans have been killed in foreign wars for absolutely no good reason whatsoever, with tens of thousands horribly maimed in the precise same fold. We don't want to face that the only proper course now is to accept that we as a people have pooched in grand fashion for so much as tolerating this behavior from "government", much less supported it. We don't want to face that the only right action is to withdraw from all these lands and leave the indigenous people work it our for themselves. Do this and terror will take a vacation from our shores. That it will continue in other lands, well that is partly our shame, but also no longer our business. As for terror here, the only proper solution is the warrior culture, but that demands too much responsibility and smarts, so we won't be holding the breath for that to happen.
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  • osan's Avatar
    Today, 06:32 AM
    Don't forget the "cost to society" argument, too. Gotta have "cost to society". Well you know what? Screw it. I'm basically 60 and hopefully do not have too many more years in me... though my father's side all lived to be 100 - damn them. In any event, I will soon shed the old coil and if those left behind have not the sense and self-respect to fight for that which is most important to any decent man, then to hell with them all. The world can burn, for all I care at this point. It's a sorry pass, but we've chosen it for ourselves because for all our talk of freedom and such, few know what it actually is and fewer still have any honest interest in it. We just like talking about it. Talking is fun. Doing is work. We all know how that really works, even if we will not even admit it to ourownselves in the privacy of throne-time at 3 AM. Now, if someone would be good enough to show me how and why we deserve anything better than the slavery we have earned ourselves, please do illuminate me. I am always open to correction, though I will not wear latex clothing, or be chained.
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    Today, 02:48 AM
    7mn people face starvation as Yemen heads towards man-made famine – The situation in war-ravaged Yemen is starting to resemble a man-made famine, with almost seven million people “knowingly” pushed towards starvation, the latest report from the international humanitarian organization Oxfam says. The ongoing “complex and bloody war” between the Houthi rebels and forces loyal to ousted President Mansur Hadi has led to the deaths of thousands, as the conflict peaked in 2015, the paper says. Attempts by the Saudi-led coalition to drive back the Houthis have only added to the plight of the people. Over the past year, “airstrikes and fighting” have led to the deaths of around 7,600 people, with an average of 70 deaths a day, Oxfam said, calling on the world to not ignore the misery in the region. “The world is now confronting… the largest humanitarian crisis since the creation of the United Nations, with more than 20 million people facing starvation and famine in South Sudan, Nigeria, Somalia and Yemen.”
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  • Origanalist's Avatar
    Today, 02:20 AM
    So, it just fizzled?
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    Today, 12:44 AM
    It's all screwed up, the welfare state could very well bring about the demise of the concept of liberty.
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    Today, 12:28 AM
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    Yesterday, 11:35 PM
    Something something 'I am an idiot...".
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  • William Tell's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:35 PM
    Deal with it.
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  • William Tell's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:28 PM
    Massie tweeted it out also. Hope he keeps his job too. :p
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    Yesterday, 07:51 PM
    You need to find out who the carrier was, as in Sprint, T Mobile etc.. Then activate it with them. Also you can "unlock" the phone and use it with anyone. Some of them allow you to bring in a phone from another company but I'm not sure if they all do. Call up who you want to go with or go to their website and find out.
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  • tod evans's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:42 PM
    I opened this thread seeking knowledge but ya'll are just as clueless as I am...
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  • Origanalist's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:41 PM
    I'm a tad confused here, that's not what she said. Was she being sarcastic? I think people who don't have kids are pretty shallow myself.
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  • osan's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:00 PM
    More of the SOS. Now, while I am willing to remain skeptical awhile longer regarding Trump and his promises, I am not seeing a whole lot of draining of the swamp. If Trump is embarked on some masterfully oblique grand strategy for setting America to rights, it is beginning to seem too subtle for my impossibly atrophied brain. I prefer straightforward approaches, if for no other reason than they carry at least the appearance of honesty, whereas some of what he has done and is doing leaves meager intellects such as my own wondering what in hell is actually going on. My unease is bending toward the endlessly disappointing prospect that we are in for another 4 or 8 years of shellacking by the oligarchs. I may be mistaken, but what I think I am seeing in terms of the broad political strokes, at least here in America, are grand-scale stalling tactics. To what end, I could only speculate, but I would bet money I don't have that it's nothing good. But I have noted that as the months and years pass, what appear to be the elements of a disturbingly progressive agenda find ever deeper entrenchment and broader expansion. Could it be Theye are stalling in the hope of bringing the mean and common mental landscape past a point of no return, beyond which there would be effectively no hope of recovering for having gone too far down a garden path.
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    Yesterday, 06:35 PM
    Interesting Analysis. 845432565368442881
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    Yesterday, 06:18 PM
    These had just a smidge of black pepper on them after an hour salt cure...
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