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    Today, 03:17 PM
    Any bar is is an inappropriate place to take children on a field trip. I run a bar and I don't want your kids here.
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  • Suzanimal's Avatar
    Today, 03:10 PM
    Cold and wet today. Mr A didn't even play golf - he went drinking and shopping with me. It seems like ages since he went to have a $2 Margarita lunch with me. He even took me to the thrift store and didn't bitch too much when I bought another vintage coat. It was only $2.50 but I have been downsizing (looking forward to retirement) and I told him to be a dick about my clothes. I have a weakness for vintage fashion and if no one keeps me in check, I keep shit I don't use because I'm worried no one will care about it.
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  • phill4paul's Avatar
    Today, 03:04 PM
    https://twitchy.com/samj-3930/2021/10/28/toxic-schools-ad-showing-books-allowed-in-va-public-schools-banned-from-airing-because-imagery-too-explicit-for-tv-but-not-for-our-kids/
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  • Suzanimal's Avatar
    Today, 02:58 PM
    Hoes. :money:
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  • Suzanimal's Avatar
    Today, 02:38 PM
    I work with a lot of twenty something Marxist and I'm glad they aren't procreating.
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  • Suzanimal's Avatar
    Today, 02:32 PM
    To me rape is forced penetration. Sexual Assault, IMO, is attempted rape.- not trying to kiss a girl or even an ass grab. Rape is a violent crime and it pisses me off when people equate it with a kiss. (not meaning you - I mean dipshits :)) My vote is for the genderbender crowd you (or I) can't fathom.
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  • tod evans's Avatar
    Today, 02:25 PM
    Okay, I read your 4 page PDF on the discussion of eugenics, and I can now see where you draw the conclusion that a cabal of globalists are attempting to sterilize some of humanity. What I don't see is anything pointing to the implementation of said conspiracy? Yes government "supports breeding" I'll even go so far as to assert "selective breeding". But you're correct in that there's no legislation titled as such. Lets look at family courts and planned parenthood to start.. Then move on to the welfare system that by its very nature promotes the single/breeding age mothercentric household. Really no need to elaborate further. On your closing paragraph you ASSume I'm confused in my statements and then attack your own ASSumption. Whereas you once again make the assertion that "The ultimate goal is, indeed, to stop all new reproduction and simultaneously introduce technological eternal life (indefinite life-extension)." First off I typed exactly what I intended to type, there was no need for your ad-lib. The issue(s) might in fact be spiritual in nature but I'll assert that it's highly unlikely any of us mortal men will ever know for certain.
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  • acptulsa's Avatar
    Today, 01:46 PM
    And fifty years of welfare which paid people more to drop more babies? He has a point. They changed tack. It looks like a case of, first breed idiots, then use them to gain power (because smart people won't give it to you), then kill the idiots because they're no longer useful, and still irritating.
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  • acptulsa's Avatar
    Today, 01:26 PM
    Because sacrifices have to be made for the sake of comedy.
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  • tod evans's Avatar
    Today, 12:50 PM
    I don't see "global sterilization" as an issue, maybe you do? I'll certainly read any information you set forth to support that theory. What I do see is a government who actively supports breeding at any cost and who is willing to tax and imprison in order to support that agenda. This government doesn't encourage normal, intact families either, obviously they're not important. In fact arguments could easily be made that government is actively seeking to destroy normal/intact families while keeping up the production of children by whomever will open their legs.
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  • DamianTV's Avatar
    Today, 12:49 PM
    Suuuure the Billionaires are gonna pay ONE RED CENT more than they have to. Just like the Federal Reserve Bank was SOLD to the people. We were told that the Billionaires back in the day HATED it. They did not. Some people only wanted to support the Federal Reserve Act back in the day because they really thought the Bankers hated it. Yeah guys, you know I absolutely HATE it when you all send me money, I really wish you would STOP SENDING ME MONEY. I cant stand it when you SEND ME MONEY. It really pisses me off when you dont listen and WONT STOP SENDING ME ALL YOUR MONEY. *waits for a fuck ton of money to come pouring in* :rolleyes:
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  • DamianTV's Avatar
    Today, 12:46 PM
    Slave Owners need their Slaves to produce for them! But to achieve this goal, Slaves MUST NOT be permitted to produce for themselves, so that is something that Slave Owners must IMMEDIATELY prevent slaves from doing! After all, if they can produce for themselves, then they no longer need the Slave Owners, who, themselves, PRODUCE NOTHING! The effect of prohibiting Slaves from producing for themselves is that they become DEPENDENT, THUS CONTROLLABLE on the SLAVE OWNER to give the Slaves very things the Slaves themselves produced.
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  • acptulsa's Avatar
    Today, 12:39 PM
    1. Create inflation and drive down the value of the currency. 2. Watch nominal prices go up as the currency becomes comparatively worthless. 3. Collect "value added" taxes.
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  • tod evans's Avatar
    Today, 12:38 PM
    Widgets made in China must be shipped around the globe, then unionized dock workers and inspectors must sort and handle them before they can begin their journey to an American wholesaler. The cost of just those workers must offset those working for fish heads, and we haven't begun talking about the bureaucracy involved with importation whose costs must be supported by the consumer. I think the giving China money position is valid but I don't believe it's relevant to US manufacturers being competitive. How many widgets/fish head eaters would these dollars account for? And that's just ONE government agency standing in the way of localized production.
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  • TheTexan's Avatar
    Today, 12:34 PM
    99% may be an overestimate. I personally would be overjoyed if every country in the world enacted 1000% tariffs* across the board on everything, severely restricted immigration, and in general - just kept to their own god-damn selves. This world is becoming too integrated with each other. Too fucking homogenous. A little "isolationism" would do this world some fucking good. (*Scotch would be exempt.)
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  • TheTexan's Avatar
    Today, 12:23 PM
    I don't know if that's necessarily true. There are indeed quite a lot of regulations/taxes in place that make it less than friendly to manufacture domestically. But I think the main driving force that is causing things to be manufactured in China is the cheap labor. As we buy things from China, America gets poorer and China gets richer, and at some point their "cheap labor" won't be cheap anymore. But they will still have the manufacturing facilities/infastructure that we will not have. And for that reason alone we will likely keep buying from China for a very, very long time.
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  • tod evans's Avatar
    Today, 12:18 PM
    Without governments intervention it wouldn't be profitable to buy widgets from the other side of the planet, ship them here and permit the entire supply chain to profit and then sell a product for similar money as the locally made variety. The trick is to get government out of our business before opening the doors for overseas competitors, not to keep some aspect of government control over local manufacturing and wait and see if the locals can profit while letting the people who import continue on their merry way. We're living with over 40 years of government strangling local enterprise and supporting foreign manufacturing, throwing that switch to reverse might be an issue.
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  • CaptUSA's Avatar
    Today, 12:00 PM
    Agreed. Trade, international and with your neighbors, should enhance your self-sufficiency - it shouldn't supplant it.
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  • TheTexan's Avatar
    Today, 11:58 AM
    Preferably as local as possible. Currently we are living in a world where all manufacturing is centralized in china. If I could make an individual choice to change that, I would. But the United States - acting as its own agent, for the interests of its constituents - can make a choice to change that. I get that many people in the US are not a constituent voluntarily, and I sincerely wish that were not the case. So if anyone wants to make the argument that the US has no ethical basis for passing tariffs I would not disagree.
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  • CaptUSA's Avatar
    Today, 11:58 AM
    Fair enough. We're 99% of the way there together. Just don't raise the price of my Scotch because their government is doing something the corporations in my government don't like.
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  • tod evans's Avatar
    Today, 11:56 AM
    Like when government imposes countless regulations on the citizenry that make localized manufacturing impossible to effectively compete on the global market? Remember, governments regulations permit carriers/importers and retailers to extract handsome profits, and the government regulators/enforcers too. If all that weight were removed from localized business it would immediately become much more competitive. All this by disempowering central planning and bringing home self sufficiency.
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  • acptulsa's Avatar
    Today, 11:52 AM
    The question then becomes, how central? Can order be created around this authority here and that authority there? Or are humans incapable of putting together a bowling league without the Blessings of Trump Himself?
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  • TheTexan's Avatar
    Today, 11:45 AM
    See post above - all order is created by a central authority. Also, I will not waste any time arguing with you. You win every argument single-handedly, I just cannot compete at your level. So if I don't respond to your posts - this is why.
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  • TheTexan's Avatar
    Today, 11:43 AM
    My point it, it's a useless quote. It has a warm and fuzzy message but it cannot by itself be used as an argument for or against tariffs.
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  • DamianTV's Avatar
    Today, 11:42 AM
    Real agenda is after everything shuts down, promote HARD COMMUNISM as the solution. Basically the Cloward-Piven Strategy. This is a multi stage process. COVID is the excuse to push mandates. Mandates are the excuse why people arent working. People not working causes the system to collapse, then when they push Communism, it will be to "save us". The only thing we really need saving from is them and their fucking idiotic policies that kill people.
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  • acptulsa's Avatar
    Today, 11:41 AM
    I'm at a loss to see how you get here from there. Hayek said, "Yet that decentralization actually leads to more information being taken into account.” Of course it does. Centralized authority has always had two problems with the details of any situation: It doesn't know them, and it doesn't care about them.
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  • CaptUSA's Avatar
    Today, 11:40 AM
    I'm not sure what you're getting at... maybe try this: https://fee.org/resources/i-pencil/ ??
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  • TheTexan's Avatar
    Today, 11:38 AM
    Order does not "spontaneously happen". It happens because people make it happen. And order - almost by definition - involves more than 1 person, and from the perspective of the people who fall under that order, the individual or organization that created that order is a "central authority". Which is a long-winded way to say, that all order is created by a central authority.
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  • CaptUSA's Avatar
    Today, 11:31 AM
    Hmmm.... Maybe you're missing the context? It's a discussion about central planning order versus the spontaneous order that comes about freely when people interact with eachother. It allows more information to be taken into account since a central authority has zero information about the people making the decisions or the exchanges. These past 2 years are extremely indicative of what happens when a central authority overrides individual decision-making.
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