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    Today, 11:55 AM
    some sort of Authority, no doubt.
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    Today, 11:51 AM
    Some nice Memes ya got there. Apply to Authoritarianism. or else you get into the whole "my Authoritarian Government is better than your authoritarian government arguments.
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    Today, 11:20 AM
    Negrep for saying trumpcare isn't perfect.
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    Today, 10:43 AM
    The NFL Anthem is anti-Confederate? Wait, the NFL has an anthem? WTF are you talking about? This whole thing is about federally-militarized police shooting people. Do you have anything to compare with that for seriousness, relevance or importance? Anything at all? You figure Drew Brees should be kneeling in support of Robert E. Lee statues? What? Geez... Edit--oh, the national anthem. Why didn't you say so in the first place? So, the Ravens are pushing Obamacare? They ought to--they way they're playing this year, they're going to need it.
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    Today, 10:36 AM
    Not exactly. But "torpedoing the theory " is a good idea. Ron Paul was Inspired to run for office by a Democrat. and was advised that party made no difference. And this partisan bickering distracts from the issues and Principles behind them. Torpedoing the petty idea that one is any better intrinsically is a valid ambition.
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    Today, 10:20 AM
    That's what they get for nominating Democrats in drag for no logical reason other than they're not politically correct. They certainly can't blame us for that. So, is torpedoing the theory of the headline of the thread really the best way to keep it bumped, and keep that divisive message atop the New Posts board? Are you really so committed to keeping that false impression of libertarians prominent that you'll deny it just to promote it?
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    Today, 10:03 AM
    Rand Paul was kind of disappointing on Bleats the Press. Oh, he did well enough, as usual. But when Chuck Todd decided he made too much sense on health care--which is what he was there to talk about--to continue, and tried to bait him into taking sides on this silly-assed non-issue, he adroitly sidestepped it. But Chuck Todd and all his talking heads spent the whole hour sidestepping the fact that federally militarized local police are mowing us down. Rand Paul would have done a better job of sidestepping Todd's sophomoric attempt to lure him into 'taking a side' in the silliness by stating outright what he has been doing in opposition to the federal militarization of local police. He managed to avoid giving the MSM a soundbite they could use to alienate us from voters of color. But he really missed an opportunity to draw them in. Right now the CBS pregame show is doing a better job of addressing the issue of federal militarization of local police than Faze the Nation is. Rand needs to learn how not not only avoid letting the MSM direct the conversation, which he's fairly good at, but seize his chances to direct the conversation himself.
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    Today, 09:58 AM
    DamianTV Beyond Tor: The 3 Darknets You Should Know
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    Today, 09:43 AM
    All of this partisan stupidity aside, and regardless of which of the several ways Roger Goodell is shooting the NFL in the foot is most damaging, how does The Atlantic think these protests of federally militarized local police shooting people wholesale is anything but political? How can you 'politicize' an obviously political protest? That's like saying a CEO shouldn't address the consumers boycotting his company because that would 'commercialize' the boycott. Yeah, gee, guys, you're right to identify these sports stars as sports stars, and to correctly ascertain that sports stars are not politicians, but, you know, they are kind of protesting something that governments are doing here, right? Are you trying to fakenews us out of noticing that the thing they're protesting is a thing politicians are doing, or are you guys just stupid? I've seen The Atlantic say some nonsensical things in my time, but they're really pushing the envelope here. Leave it to Zippy to find the single stupidest thing the MSM is saying about a subject.
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    Today, 09:18 AM
    Who? Oh, wait--you mean the guy they booed when he brought up the Golden Rule?
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    Today, 08:57 AM
    Ender, when was the last time you saw the tiniest bit of evidence that Republicans give a damn about class?
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    Today, 08:54 AM
    No? Try being a Republican some time. Reagan addressed all the problems but he didn't do much about them. He stood up and said government was the problem, then turns around and codifies Carter's Department of Education into law. Dubya got elected by saying, no nation building, then Cheney calls off the Air Force on 9/11 and the next thing we know Dubya starts more wars than any one Democrat ever did (and excepting Reagan and Teddy Roosevelt, Democrats had been in office when all the wars started). Trump is having a high old time dividing the country, and Republicans are stoked because they're sick of political correctness stifling free speech, but Trump is engaging in divisiveness for the sake of division, and not addressing the death of American Small Business at all. Of course, like an abuse victim, Republicans dearly love to be cuckolded by a strongman, so they're their own worst enemies. The best they've had in the last 100 years are Calvin Coolidge and Ron Paul, but the thing that made them both great is their low key approach, which when you think about it is exactly what true conservatism is, a low key approach. But like an abused woman, Republicans love having bigger than life bad boys to follow. So, they have no one to blame for themselves if perfection comes their way and they just can't get those stars in their eyes. Not that any of this will save the NFL from its own folly in the end. They have one job--to make the game fair--and the more they screw up that one job, the more fans they will lose. Nobody cares if Roger Goodell is charismatic or not.
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    Today, 08:00 AM
    If the NFL and the government want to be more popular, they should both do the exact same thing--stop filling up the rulebook with silly rules and then applying those rules selectively in order to give their favorites an advantage. Yeah, people want their team to win. But when it doesn't, it pains them a lot less if the other team actually was the better team, and pains them a lot more when their team was held to a different standard than the other team. And the NFL does that all the time. If people who are fans of small market teams are constantly sent the message that their team has to be twice as good as a large market team, and beat the officials as well as the other team, they give up and stop being emotionally invested in the game out of self defense. And when small business is never given a chance to compete with big business, innovation is severely retarded and the economy suffers as a direct result. If it makes no sense to enforce it 100% of the time, it's a bad rule, it's a bad law, and it shouldn't even be in the rulebook. That has a much, much bigger effect on participation and interest than a thousand silly 'protests'--or anything else that happens during the National Anthem.
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    Yesterday, 08:23 PM
    Wait, did I miss a step in there?
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    Yesterday, 02:27 PM
    Most people are generally not rich enough to keep a cow or a pig in their backyard but suit yourself I guess. Their just going to breed themselves in the wild after their irresponsible owners let them go like the millions of stray dogs and cats.
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    Yesterday, 12:30 PM
    Likely for people that never lived through it.
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    Yesterday, 11:41 AM
    S'bout time.
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    Yesterday, 10:19 AM
    that was meant for lily
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    Yesterday, 10:16 AM
    Eat The Enemy: The Delicious Solution To Menacing Asian Carp Asian carp were never supposed to live in North American waterways. Like many other invasive species, they were introduced by humans in an attempt to address another problem, namely to remove algae from catfish farms and wastewater treatment ponds in the 1970s. But sometime in the next two decades, the fish escaped their enclosures -- most likely due to several large floods in the '90s -- and began to spread. Over the past 15 years, populations have exploded, as the carp outcompete native fish populations and quickly reproduce through the tributaries of the Mississippi and Illinois rivers while moving north to the Great Lakes. And they've become a huge problem. The name "Asian carp" is actually an umbrella title for four different species: bighead carp, black carp, grass carp and silver carp. Some of the larger species can weigh up to 100 pounds and have an uncanny ability to jump out of the water. Females can produce upwards of 2 millioneggs, and some of the fish can live for 20 years. The Obama administration has spent more than $200 milliontrying to control their spread, including building a series of electrified barriers to try to deter the fish from swimming closer to the Great Lakes. So far, those efforts have failed, and the carp have been seen less than 40 miles from Lake Michigan. Should the animals reach the lakes, they have the potential to devastate local ecosystems and a $7 billion fishing industry. But the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers says any fix, if one that works can be found, would be neither easy nor immediate, and it could cost billions morethan has already been spent.
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    Yesterday, 10:15 AM
    Well their half right I guess. :D
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    Yesterday, 10:14 AM
    So pigs, cows, chickens, turkeys are being slaughtered at biblical proportions everyday yes? What would happen if you released them into the wild? Wouldn't they just destroy the environment, eat up all our crops and go feral in lands they aren't native to like the Asian Carp?
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    Yesterday, 08:37 AM
    acptulsa replied to a thread How Tampon's Work in Open Discussion
    Considering a tampon has no legal right to own anything, I guess the thread title is, "How Tampon Is Work". Good work if you can get it, I guess... Probably ought to blame autocorrect. It tends to spread apostrophes like a third grade dropout.
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    Yesterday, 07:29 AM
    Damn it! I had completely forgotten about Vladimir Levin! He was that close to vanishing off the face of the earth!
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    Yesterday, 07:09 AM Fundamentalist Protestant antagonism against Buddhism has been a major issue for religious cooperation in South Korea, especially during the 1990s to late 2000s. Acts of vandalism against Buddhist amenities and "regular praying for the destruction of all Buddhist temples" have drawn criticism. Buddhist statues have been considered as idols, attacked and decapitated. Arrests are hard to enforce, as the perpetrators work by stealth at night." Such acts, which are supported by some Protestant leaders, have led to South Koreans having an increasingly negative outlook on Protestantism and being critical of church groups involved, with many Protestants leaving their churches in recent years. In contrast, relations between South Korean Catholics and Buddhists and other faiths has remained largely cooperative, partly due to the syncretism of many Buddhist and Confucian customs and philosophies into South Korean Catholicism, most notably the practice of jesa.
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