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    Today, 10:39 AM
    Surprising how this doesn't need to be brought up in Third world countries like Thailand or India.
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    Today, 10:26 AM
    Why am i not surprised?
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  • chudrockz's Avatar
    Today, 07:11 AM
    Just think about how awful it would've been if Hillary had given that same speech.
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    Today, 07:06 AM
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  • acptulsa's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:44 PM
    You've confused me with someone who has something nice to say about either major party. I'm here to object to the very presence of this thread, not to prolong it.
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  • Lamp's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:39 PM
    Lamp replied to a thread A question for Jim. in Open Discussion
    I meant like in COD. With a gun.
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    Yesterday, 07:38 PM
    Lamp replied to a thread A question for Jim. in Open Discussion
    no scope Generally speaking, the act of killing someone in a first person shooter game with a one shot gun (sniper rifle, bolt action rifle, etc) without using a telescopic sight or sniper scope. Most commonly, the term is used to mean that you fired such a gun from the hip and killed someone with it, however it can also (debatably) mean that you pulled up iron sights on a sniper rifle / bolt action rifle and then killed someone that way. The term does not apply to shotguns, semi-automatic rifles (unless they can be scoped), or any automatic weapon. No scoping is generally viewed as an act of skill (or luck, depending on who you talk to and the mechanics of the game you're playing). This is because you are killing someone with one shot through a (usually) large crosshair and also risk exposing yourself if you miss. However, the amount of prestige that is attached to a single no scope depends on the distance and rate of success; i.e. if you no scope once and do this by killing a guy who you are literally next to, that doesn't take much skill, but if you continually no scope guys who are halfway across the map, that's some seriously good shit on your behalf. On a related note, no scope headshots get you some serious prestige if you can pull them off constantly.
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  • Lamp's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:34 PM
    jllundqu You ever noscoped a guy before?
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  • acptulsa's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:16 PM
    That's your opinion of Tulsi Gabbard. It isn't mine.
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  • acptulsa's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:10 PM
    Are you sure you couldn't think of anything more ridiculous to say? He's no idiot. He can figure it out, if he knows what to look for. He needs look no farther than this forum. War stifling discussion is hardly a new concept. And inflation as tax has been explained on this forum more times than we can count even if we remove our shoes, and by people who do it better than I.
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    Yesterday, 06:39 PM
    I don't think you realize just how the Fed enables government by allowing them to borrow, thus bypassing our input on their spending by making our cash contribution a matter of us not becoming poorer by direct taxation, but rather by inflation. I don't think you've seen enough peace in your time to understand how the exigencies of war stifle debate. Important? indubitably. Unquestionably. Beyond a shadow of a doubt. More important? May I refer you back to what I said about the Fed being the one domino which can topple a million other dominoes?
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    Yesterday, 06:36 PM
    acptulsa replied to a thread Nambia in U.S. Political News
    Yes, children. He really said that. And I, for one, believed him.
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  • acptulsa's Avatar
    Yesterday, 06:13 PM
    More important than peace and prosperity? Really? The government is sending our children to die, even though we are not in danger. They are alienating all the people of the whole world and turning them against us. The government is degrading our wages and stealing our savings. You say there are more important issues than these. I don't agree. Period.
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    Yesterday, 06:12 PM
    Gee, I wonder why that is. Could the fact that the currency no longer fluctuates both up and down, but only becomes more worthless with time have anything to do with it? Where's that graph the Zippy account always used to post that showed the value of the dollar fluctuating both up and down before 1913, and only ever fluctuating down and never up since?
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    Yesterday, 06:05 PM
    Ron Paul had a sign on his desk that said, 'Don't steal--the government hates competition'. Memes that call for competition with the status quo might be the key. Common core has failed, but the government has made it mandatory, so we can't see if some other educational scheme might work better. Free market health care was kicking Medicare's ass, so the government made it mandatory to charge everyone the inflated charges necessary to cover the incredible costs of Medicare paperwork. The government designs our cars, and it isn't possible to test other safety schemes on American roads. Using money other than the Federal Reserve Note is illegal. If this government stuff is so damned great, why is it illegal to try something else? Memes that ask this question could make quite a difference.
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    Yesterday, 05:01 PM
    Damned good idea! This is where the battle is. The big theme seems to be, it government would work better than it does if only the right people were in charge. We've been failing to put the right people in charge for an awfully long time now; surely there's ample meat for making memes in that simple fact.
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    Yesterday, 04:40 PM
    You also have no earthly idea what you're talking about. And here's the proof: Firstly, ever since Stalin, everyone considers 'communist' an insult--especially communists. Proof one you don't know what you're talking about. Secondly, an idealistic socialist believes that getting the right people in charge makes all the difference, and will remove the evil from positions of power at any cost. They know having a Stalin in charge of your communism makes all socialism look bad, and will pay just about any price to get him out. So much for your theory that a Kucinich would rather suffer an evil Fed than let the market have a chance to prove itself. They believe a conscientiously-run centrally planned currency will prove itself just as surely as we believe the market will crush it in a minute. Proof two you don't know what you're talking about. But that won't keep you from insulting potential allies with threads like this. Will it?
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  • acptulsa's Avatar
    Yesterday, 04:25 PM
    And have you seen Trump show the slightest sign that he might work against the wars and/or the Fed?
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    Yesterday, 04:20 PM
    Uh huh. Obviously I'm not upset for a legitimate reason, like saying toxic things about people discourages them from working with me. Rand will work with Trump, will he? Is this you admitting what the rest of us already know, that Trump is a Democrat in drag?
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  • acptulsa's Avatar
    Yesterday, 04:13 PM
    You set the parameters, not me. Everything one says in public determines who one will be working with, if anyone. Democrats have had the superior position on many civil liberties for decades and decades. Posting threads for the purpose of insulting them is playing into the divide and conquer game, and shooting yourself in the foot. The Democrat politicians have taken the superior position on personal freedom and the Republicans on economic freedom for years and years for a reason. If the two parties were the Libertarian Party and the Communist Party, they couldn't have caused us to sacrifice our liberties on the Lesser Evil Altar all this time, because everyone could see what is Stalin-level evil and what is not evil at all.
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  • acptulsa's Avatar
    Yesterday, 04:03 PM
    Fine. You had your 'He might be a commie!' moment and had your Beavis and Buthead 'heh heh. Heh. Heh heh heh' laugh. And then you admitted you just might work with a commie yourself, in deference to the Ninth and Tenth Amendments, which give any state the right to be commie if that's what their constituents want, if they would help you end this federal tyranny (and were from a different state). Making you exactly like Ender, but slower to realize you're exactly like Ender. Except you're not exactly like Ender. Someone might work with Ender. No one will work with you, because they heard you do the Beavis and Butthead laugh in public. Proud? Probably. So, you would pass on a chance to end the Fed now, and have a debate with these idealistic fools on whether this brave new currency could stand competing currencies later?
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  • acptulsa's Avatar
    Yesterday, 03:54 PM
    Ender indicated a willingness to work with people and you called the man a goddamned communist. This is your idea of working with people? Got news for you. I can work with a commie, as long as he or she wants local or state level communism, recognizes that federal level communism is evil, and is from another state. And I can do it without insulting him or her, or even calling the person a commie if that person doesn't like it. And I can sure as fuck do it without calling a friend of mine a commie for even suggesting I work with that person. Jesus save us. You do realize this dried up husk of a forum, which used to attract bipartisan activism, is a public forum, right? Right? Bend us all over.
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