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    Yesterday, 01:00 AM
    I have no doubt that Assange has real dirt, real dirt which should lead to her arrest and conviction. I just believe that TPTB will just ignore it or try to spin it away. I'm pretty sure that Assange isn't wrong about having conviction-worthy evidence, what he's wrong about is the stupidity of the American Electorate and the depth of the corruption of our "justice" system.
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    07-28-2016, 02:04 PM
    Would be nice but don't get your hopes up. This witch could suitcase nuke San Francisco on prime time television on every network and she would still never be indicted, and she might even still get elected. America has become a class based society, and she is in the elite class. The elite class do not face justice in America. If the people look to revolt the most they will get is a mock trial and a wink and a nod.
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    07-27-2016, 02:44 AM
    My dad died of AIDS in 1991 after being raped by three men in 1986. Where do you think he falls on your scale of the undeserving?
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  • GunnyFreedom's Avatar
    07-25-2016, 09:16 AM
    Not just Hillary, but nearly everyone associated with her should be in prison.
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  • Lindsey's Avatar
    07-24-2016, 06:18 PM
    We live under the flight path for PHL airport. My friend put this on his roof. While, I don't support Trump, I find it hilarious the thousands of Democrats are getting this greeting.
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    07-24-2016, 05:49 AM
    lmao, do you see leftists under your bed, too?
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    07-24-2016, 03:18 AM
    Fired at least. Prosecuted more like, but she is among the "above the law" class, like Hillary.
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    07-24-2016, 03:13 AM
    If you believe that the left has a monopoly on shallowmindedness then I have some oceanfront property in Montana to sell you.
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  • GunnyFreedom's Avatar
    07-24-2016, 02:33 AM
    Have you considered the possibility that he genuinely thinks a terrible calamity is on it's way and he is willing to sacrifice some of his reputation to inspire some people to at least try and prepare? Maybe he doesn't research the guy he's promoting as much as he should, but that's been his pattern for life.
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    07-24-2016, 02:30 AM
    There is a pretty big difference between taking a shot and gently passing the puck to the opposing goalie.
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    07-23-2016, 06:33 PM
    I was totally wrong when I predicted the direction the zombies would probably come from. Assuming for the sake of argument this were true I imagine your lungs would still expulse CO2, but they just wouldn't perform the exchange, because the iron would already be oxygenated. The lungs would just sit there and "seep" CO2. Probably way less efficiently if you aren't 'beating' your lungs. You would probably need to operate your lungs just to outgas the CO2, but this still has some remarkable consequences. A diver could exhale into a tiny hydraulically pressurized CO2 scrubber and inhale something super-compactable like helium, as long as they kept some of this stuff on slow IV and had a way to eat they could stay underwater for DAYS. An even bigger impact would be in space. Imagine being able to run a pure Nitrogen atmosphere and just scrub out the CO2, you get all your O2 from a semi-implant tank. That wouldn't happen, but having this tech could extend survival in space for days if not weeks. In a bad atmosphere all you'd have to do is filter out toxins, not find and meter O2 from somewhere. Makes it a way easier problem. Mostly though, I think this tech would be for stuff like severed limbs that will be reattached, or organs requiring extraordinarily long transport, or first responders expanding the window of survivability. If it turns out this stuff is real, and it has side effect like ibuprofen, then ultimately I would expect to see it as the 'immediate response' be nearly any first responder if for no other reason than to stop the clock for fifteen minutes as they close the gap to the ER.
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  • GunnyFreedom's Avatar
    07-23-2016, 05:34 PM
    Drunk on power and privilege? Drunk on the evil spirit of the age? Drunk on some new drug all the rage in the jet set? Could be almost anything. None of it good. Well. If they were all totally burning out their brains to jelly until our government was being run by near vegetables that would probably make things better than the status quo. So there is a small chance that if it were 'some new drug' it could ultimately lead to good news.
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    07-23-2016, 04:52 PM
    She looks drunk. It's like she was trying to double-take the question for comic effect, but then exaggerated it like 500% and repeated it several times, like you do when you are blasted drunk. More than just alcohol makes you do that exaggeration and doubling thing. I think some narcotics do? Some of the ones that make you 'sleepy?' I dunno. Whatever it is it looks more chemical to me than neurological. ETA watched the unedited videos again. Whatever it is is triggered by a startle response. There is such a thing as startle response epilepsy, but the effects are generally a lot more severe.
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    07-23-2016, 02:09 PM
    The most lefty people on this forum are Trump supporters.
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    07-21-2016, 04:11 AM
    http://time.com/money/4350788/west-virginia-town-for-sale-1-million/ If you have $1 million just sitting around and dream of living out the premise to M. Night Shymalan’s psychological thriller The Village, have we got a deal for you. An entire town, which was once part of the National Security Agency’s massive surveillance operation, includes 80 single-family homes, a fire station, a swimming pool and a bowling alley in picturesque rural West Virginia, is up for auction with bids starting at $1 million. A former naval base that hosted super-secret NSA surveillance activities, Sugar Grove Station was retired last fall and is now being auctioned off by the U.S. General Services Administration. Bidding requires a $100,000 deposit and opened in February, but no bids have yet been entered. The facility held its second open house Thursday. The town, according to the GSA, Sugar Grove Station includes more than 120 acres of “lovely tree-lined streets” with several large buildings, a water tower, a youth day care center, basketball, tennis and racquetball courts, a football field and a “community center, with fireplace, configured to function as a restaurant/club with a bar area,” all contained within a fenced-in “self-sustaining community.” It’s the perfect facility for a new summer camp. Or a cult.
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  • GunnyFreedom's Avatar
    07-20-2016, 04:36 PM
    I do not now nor will I ever endorse random murder. There are times and situations where an armed response is required, and it would do everyone to know their own line in the sand, but this is obviously not that. This is BLM killing Black fathers. This was not trying to stop it, this was trying to enflame it and make it worse. Notice they are attacking police departments specifically who were actually trying to make peace with their citizens. At this point, my assumption is that BLM has figured if they ever make peace then they are out of a job. So they are doing their damndest to deny peace. This includes provoking to riot over controversial maybe-victims while ignoring the obviously and unequivocally innocent dead. Where I differ, I think, is I believe there is something deeper going on here than a bunch of pissed off BLM hitting random cops. It's almost like they are targeting good cops in departments where they were trying to develop an actual accord with the community. Attacking the one thing that has any hope of bringing this madness to a fair and peaceful end. So maybe I see it even worse than purely random murders because the attacks seem targeted against peace specifically. So what I figure is a handful of BLM with hard training and says, hey this is a nice gravy train that runs out if we win. If we turn up the pressure it will force more people into our arms. So they look for cleaner cops to kill. They look in departments where they were doing heavy reform to their escalation of force policies, not rewarding improvements but punishing them, in order to perpetuate the problem, and guarantee them a gravy train into perpetuity. Is what I think. Either way, if we stretched all credibility and suspended all disbelief to color this justified, then even then it was the dead wrong target, the wrongest targets on the whole chessboard. Let's go out and figure out which police departments have decided that there may be a police violence problem and are actually trying to do something about it and make it better. Now, out from among those departments, let's pick cops that are upstanding and sincere about embracing the new policies of rapprochement with the citizens, and a more relaxed escalation of force doctrine, and those cops specifically in those departments specifically are the ones we want dead, right? The only ones who by example were already doing the things we claim to be demanding. It doesn't make any sense unless you figure someone is doing this cynically to perpetuate the division for whatever reason, and historically the most likely reason to perpetuate division is for profit.
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  • GunnyFreedom's Avatar
    07-20-2016, 04:00 PM
    Really? The idea that 'symbols are best left to people who can think in symbols,' can only possibly be true, if I also believe in a literal seven headed dragon. How exactly did you go from symbols being left to those who think in symbols, to I necessarily must believe in a living seven headed dragon? I'm afraid I'm not following your logic there. You overlook the possibility that I have zero compunction about misappropriating Carlin, since misappropriation was a foundation of his own comedy, I do not believe he'd mind.
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  • GunnyFreedom's Avatar
    07-20-2016, 03:41 PM
    And yet the statement is completely accurate. Symbols are for the symbol minded. If you are not symbol minded, then you will not grasp symbolic logic, for one thing. The fact that it sounds like something else, and that some people will take it like it sounds, is a big part of the joke.
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    07-20-2016, 02:56 PM
    I think this whole 'controversy' is really dumb. Nobody really thinks Melania Trump is writing her own speeches from scratch, likely discussing what she wants to say with a speech writer until they are both happy. And anybody who expects a billionaire wife to be up and current on pop culture is dreaming. Most this tells me is she is guilty of hiring a speech writer that was not properly vetted or supervised, and/or some of this got added in during the RNC Review process and or it was manipulated loading onto the teleprompter, and/or all of this was totally calculated and done with intent from the start in order to further inflate the media circus. There was a Rick Roll in her speech for heaven's sake. The only way that's intentional is as a kind of false flag, which given this candidate's history and media relationship extremely possible. The Rick Roll however points me more towards a sabotage, if I'm honest. Not that this makes it much better, but the two lines seem blatantly intentional, and yet the intent may have come either from a speechwriter or someone in the RNC/Trump org that 'adjusted' the speech ahead of delivery and she didn't notice. Could be either. I think it might have been even possible they were inserted into a hacked teleprompter, except she probably would have tripped or stumbled a little on seeing something new and unexpected. So most likely it comes from a speech writer trying to frell with her, or someone from the RNC or Trump teams performing sabotage as the event was put together. I certainly do not put it past this pair to have done ALL of this intentionally, knowing the circus it would inspire, but when I see this:
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    07-20-2016, 02:32 PM
    “Your daughtercard is missing it's processor?”
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    07-20-2016, 02:31 PM
    Calvin Coolidge and JFK. Ironically, these are the same answer as the last quality President that was supported by White Americans.
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  • GunnyFreedom's Avatar
    07-20-2016, 01:10 PM
    The fact that you would imply that a desire to hold police accountable to our Constitutional form of government necessarily equals endorsing the random murders of these police, tells me all I need to know about your position and the integrity deficit behind it.
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