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Just another day in Charm City. by Martin Garringbury - Thu, 23 Nov 2017 08:34:33 EST ID:dbM7KxGC No.163602 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Cop in Baltimore gets killed the day before he's about to testify in a federal racketeering case against his fellow officers. The article gives limited information but says he was "shot and killed with his own gun" after a struggle.

Now if you put 2 and 2 together, this means he was murdered by the dirty cops in order to silence him. Now the cops are in charge of investigating his murder. I hope the FBI will step in soon.

http://foxbaltimore.com/news/local/bpd-det-suiter-was-shot-with-his-own-gun-was-set-to-testify-in-corruption-case


WTF is going on with US net neutraily; FCC Causing a Ruckus by Emma Dartdock - Wed, 22 Nov 2017 16:05:58 EST ID:1fIHantD No.163585 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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What's going on with the FCC? Someone explain this shit.

I've been told several places on the net that the FCC have fucked net neutrality in the US just right about now.
What did they do, and why is /n/ being completely silent about it?
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Doris Settingham - Wed, 22 Nov 2017 19:36:20 EST ID:LjQjn/a9 No.163596 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>163590
>Just like Trumpy Trump wants it, because in the end he is just a 4Channer who had a rich daddy.

the future is for Net Neutrality you soyboy
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Shit Fanson - Wed, 22 Nov 2017 20:09:07 EST ID:qetGCKL9 No.163597 Report Quick Reply
>>163596

Obviously not if they're supporting two-scoops.
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Matilda Brungerfuck - Wed, 22 Nov 2017 21:09:02 EST ID:5p06LIn/ No.163598 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>163596
yeah, at least we're getting to see 4shit retards squirm and shit their pants as the dotard they "memed into presidency" continuously fucks them and their hopes over.
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Matilda Foshman - Wed, 22 Nov 2017 21:35:31 EST ID:2fJQ/aQA No.163599 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>163598
They won't squirm. They will just swallow their hate like they swallow the God Emperor's rhetorical jizz. It is just party of the nth dimensional chess game, y'all!
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Cornelius Fippertot - Thu, 23 Nov 2017 03:13:27 EST ID:wCf/MGnt No.163601 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>163590

I've seen this Portugal example brought up before and subsequently clarified that you don't "buy in" to access those services, rather you pay for different bundles so that using those services doesn't count against your mobile data cap. It's dumb, but it isn't as heinous as blocking off services and websites entirely unless you pay extra.

The US is fucked, though. A year from now you're going to have every ISP offering so many different tiers/lanes for internet access because they're going to quickly realize that American consumers will throw money at them to keep using streaming media like they could before because they pretty much need it. It's just like how gas prices will never truly fall even if the US found an underground well of petroleum the size of New Hampshire because people will purchase gas pretty much no matter what.


Roy Moore: Baby Rapist! by Phoebe Drellerdale - Tue, 14 Nov 2017 12:26:33 EST ID:jy0xNtH0 No.163368 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Well? Is he really a kiddy banger or is it fake news being used to destroy a good Christian man???
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Fuck Winderbick - Fri, 17 Nov 2017 15:40:01 EST ID:2fJQ/aQA No.163463 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>163462
>How people live in Jackson, MS is very different from how people live in Seattle or whatever.

The live poorly and for a shorter period of time, all while jerking it to a bible with a confederate flag sticker on it.

At least compared to Seattle....where they live longer and jerk it to Bill Gates biographies...
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Lillian Wobblehall - Wed, 22 Nov 2017 09:46:10 EST ID:ekOaCD+Z No.163556 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>163434
Evangelicals in the American South like the kind defending Moore tend to be of the Southern Baptist variety. American Baptism became popular throughout the South, Midwest and Appalachia because of its emphasis on individual salvation through faith alone (not through good works or personal study of the bible), biblical literalism, local autonomy and authoritarianism. It doesn't matter how much of a pervert or violent asshole you are, it doesn't matter if you've ever even read the Bible, as long as you were baptized at some point and as long as you believe enough you're guaranteed a seat in heaven. You don't even have to bother trying to be a better person or a better Christian, as long as you're not gay or a slut, of course. It's a denomination built from the ground up to excuse selfishness, violence, hypocrisy, immoral behavior, ignorance, illiteracy, hostility to science, and disunity.

But even that wasn't enough for the South, because those darned northern preachers kept complaining about how immoral slavery was. So the South did the godfearing, humble, loyal step... of breaking away and making their own Southern form of Baptism that explicitly endorsed slavery and enshrined hostility to the North as holy writ. When it comes down to a question of faith or bad habits, the South will bow to their selfish had habits every time and then come up with a post-hoc religious justification for it. The entire religious identity of the South is built on this principle of "have your cake, eat it too, then bitch at the North for being indulgent cake-lovers". Hypocrisy, projection and excuse-making as religious philosophy, going back centuries.

This is the quality of Christian with which we are dealing. Excusing pedophilia is a feature for these people, not a bug.
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Beatrice Fittingshaw - Wed, 22 Nov 2017 15:32:48 EST ID:u35xloTz No.163581 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Apparently his opponent Doug Jones made a name for himself by prosecuting KKK members who bombed a black church. So this could be more about American evangelicals being pro-KKK than being pro-pedo.

Or maybe it's both.
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Sidney Bluvinghark - Wed, 22 Nov 2017 18:27:06 EST ID:2fJQ/aQA No.163592 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>163581
The head dude from Duck Dynasty has openly said he things women are in their "prime," when they are 16 and should be married by then.

And he is still McDaddy #1 with the bible belters.

These people have no shame.*







*Unless that shame is a homosexual urge....
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Fanny Savingburk - Wed, 22 Nov 2017 18:50:51 EST ID:ZqNU3ikO No.163595 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>163592
The age of consent in most of the world is 16, there's nothing wrong with saying it ought to be OK for 16 yearolds to have sex, assuming it's not like with a 30+ year old exploiting their wealth, power, and experience or other predatory shit.

I'd agree they're probably not ready for a permanent relationship as they've had so little time to learn and hopefully have a lot of growth still ahead of them.
There's certainly nothing biblically wrong with 16 year-olds getting married.


Net Neutrality poised to end next month by Fanny Savingburk - Wed, 22 Nov 2017 07:56:30 EST ID:ZqNU3ikO No.163551 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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https://www.nytimes.com/2017/11/21/technology/fcc-net-neutrality.html

>The proposal, made by the F.C.C. chairman, Ajit Pai, is a sweeping repeal of rules put in place by the Obama administration. The rules prohibit high-speed internet service providers, or I.S.P.s, from stopping or slowing down the delivery of websites. They also prevent the companies from charging customers extra fees for high-quality streaming and other services.

>The proposal will be presented in a December meeting of F.C.C. commissioners and is expected to pass in a 3-to-2 vote along party lines.

>Mr. Pai said the current rules had been adopted to stop only theoretical harm. He said the rules limit consumer choice because telecom companies cannot offer different tiers of service, for example. As a result, he said, internet service companies cannot experiment with new business models that could help them compete with online businesses like Netflix, Google and Facebook.

Are we sick of winning yet, America?
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Rebecca Sonderbune - Wed, 22 Nov 2017 08:02:12 EST ID:8c32w9KN No.163552 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>He said the rules limit consumer choice because telecom companies cannot offer different tiers of service, for example.
...and yet both Verizon and Comcast already offer many tiers in my area

>As a result, he said, internet service companies cannot experiment with new business models that could help them compete with online businesses like Netflix, Google and Facebook.
Huh? ISP's don't compete with these companies... And Google is also an ISP.

Where did this clown come from?
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Fanny Savingburk - Wed, 22 Nov 2017 08:30:39 EST ID:ZqNU3ikO No.163553 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>163552
He was appointed to the FCC by Obama under recommendation of Mitch McConnell.
Trump made him chairman of the comission.
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Cyril Bluffingdock - Wed, 22 Nov 2017 11:14:36 EST ID:NQp9zTYD No.163568 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>163551
And somehow I doubt that Comcast and Verizon are going to give priority delivery to the non-mainstream, antiglobalist, antisemitic, antielitist content that Trump supporters and frogposters love so much.
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Barnaby Gummerkirk - Wed, 22 Nov 2017 18:19:40 EST ID:O7R8jdys No.163589 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>163551
> theoretical harm

Then there is no point in dismantling it, is there? Besides, this already happens in Portugal. This is disgusting bullshit.
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Sidney Bluvinghark - Wed, 22 Nov 2017 18:25:15 EST ID:2fJQ/aQA No.163591 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>163568
They will if they want to get the goods from the FCC.
Shit look at what he is doing with the Time Warner AT&T merger.


I was sexually intimate with approximately 50 very attractive females. by Charles Hendlewill - Sat, 18 Nov 2017 00:05:37 EST ID:DFlLNIpA No.163483 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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http://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-42032731

>Ohio voters are in shock after State Supreme Court Judge Bill O'Neill, who is a Democratic candidate for state governor, made the claim on Facebook on Friday afternoon of having been "sexually intimate" with "approximately 50 very attractive females".

>Now we can get back to discussing legalizing marijuana

>"This gross disrespect for women shakes the public's confidence in the integrity of the judiciary."

>"We have to be better than this."

>"Lighten up folks," he scolded his critics.
>"This is how Democrats remain in the minority."
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Jenny Fuckingford - Mon, 20 Nov 2017 02:13:20 EST ID:zN/wnRVh No.163529 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>163528

>of course he considers people hes fucked very attractive otherwise he wouldnt have fucked them.

Nothing obvious about that. We've all done things we regret
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Fucking Fisslehid - Mon, 20 Nov 2017 19:20:42 EST ID:c7u8KhCu No.163537 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I feel like it never disappoints when Ohio politics makes national news.
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Nathaniel Dirringhid - Tue, 21 Nov 2017 00:56:01 EST ID:+5q0zMgm No.163539 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I feel like he was trying to do satire or trying to be funny and sarcastic and just really really botched the delivery, lol.
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Henry Nummlewig - Tue, 21 Nov 2017 19:33:48 EST ID:aoVW/bWI No.163547 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>163539
>"Lighten up folks," he scolded his critics.
yeah, probably
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Beatrice Fittingshaw - Wed, 22 Nov 2017 15:47:33 EST ID:u35xloTz No.163584 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>163527
Even if he's not a virgin, he's still totally overcompensating on a national stage.

>>163539
One great thing about the Age of Trump is we're seeing an upsurge in goofy old awkward dudes trying to come across as spontaneous and sarcastic and off-the-cuff, and failing so so miserably at it.

I think it's fucking hilarious.


/RIG/- Russian Interference General by Martin Cabberfoot - Wed, 18 Oct 2017 22:08:57 EST ID:dbM7KxGC No.162582 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So I find it kind of odd that we have stories breaking about Russian interference in western democracies literally every day, but we almost never have threads about them. The story about the sale of uranium seems to be an exception just because for once it doesn't implicate the Republican party directly. This is a thread for the rest of the stories. If you come across one, post it here.

>How the Russians pretended to be Texans and Texans believed them
https://www.dallasnews.com/opinion/commentary/2017/10/18/russians-pretended-texansand-texans-believed

>THE RUSSIAN TROLL FARM THAT WEAPONIZED FACEBOOK HAD AMERICAN BOOTS ON THE GROUND
https://www.vanityfair.com/news/2017/10/the-russian-troll-farm-that-weaponized-facebook-had-american-boots-on-the-ground

>Russian Troll Farm Ran Twitter Account Posting In Tennessee GOP’s Name
http://talkingpointsmemo.com/livewire/russian-troll-farm-ran-twitter-account-posting-under-tennessee-gop-name

>Jeff Sessions shifts ground on Russia contacts under Senate questioning
https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2017/oct/18/jeff-sessions-russia-senate-shifts-ground

>Trump Campaign Staffers Pushed Russian Propaganda Days Before the Election
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Cyril Sonkinshaw - Wed, 22 Nov 2017 13:39:50 EST ID:MYQHocdD No.163580 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>163578
You're still avoiding answering the question. Why should we trust liberals and necons telling us to be scared of foreigners when that has led us down so many bad paths before?

Are you allowed to answer that question?
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Hedda Fanningpack - Wed, 22 Nov 2017 15:33:46 EST ID:zSz5Yjn1 No.163582 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>163580
Why should we trust conservatives and money laundering pawns?

Nobody is telling anybody to be afraid of Russians you fear mongering propagandist, sensible minded Americans just want to get to the bottom of the obvious Russian collusion that helped put trump in office, that conservatives are desperately trying to hide, which brings up that old saying, if conservatives didn't collude then why are they trying so hard to obstruct justice? Why are they shitting their pants over the meuller investigation?
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Beatrice Fittingshaw - Wed, 22 Nov 2017 15:36:54 EST ID:u35xloTz No.163583 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>163569
>It begs the question of whether Russophobia has become the acceptable form of racism for a liberal class
>"I'm not racist you goddamn fucking mongoloid"
lmao

I guess that answers that question.
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Polly Fandock - Wed, 22 Nov 2017 18:50:19 EST ID:5p06LIn/ No.163594 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>163580
because no one is actually saying "trust liberals and necons"? frame your question in a way that isn't profoundly retarded and maybe you can get a clearer answer.

now answer this, then: why should we trust putin when he says he dindu nuffins? when there is both a clear motive and means for russia to interfere the way they're accused of? are we just supposed to give him the benefit of the doubt?
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David Carringtune - Thu, 23 Nov 2017 03:02:19 EST ID:zSz5Yjn1 No.163600 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>163594
>are we just supposed to give him the benefit of the doubt?

That's exactly what republicans want; everybody else to completely accept people's words at face value, because a populous is easy to control if you can get them to not ask questions.

"He said he didn't collude, you can only ask the guy so many times."


White boy den done it again! by Martin Warringspear - Thu, 02 Nov 2017 10:46:20 EST ID:6GchCaMQ No.162999 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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https://www.cbsnews.com/news/thornton-colorado-walmart-shooting-denver-suburb-3-killed-suspect-at-large/?linkId=44230058

Stay alert stay safe, shooter still at large.
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Archie Crannerchan - Sat, 18 Nov 2017 21:27:04 EST ID:p+P+44Yc No.163507 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>163506

You're not wrong to assume there's a difference. There's legit proof that one group has links to activist organizations that receive funding from Democratic party and other non profit organizations. People are more prone to lying because their job depends on having a market on protest, and they often are extension of politicians.

On the other hand it's not wrong to say, the other side of "anti police brutality" has direct contact to criminals and advocates of revolution.

People need to stop lying and tip toeing to gain support and start discussing what they see as legitimate and if they accept or negate the morals of mainstream society.

Srsly there's no reason to believe the group in this video

https://youtu.be/qFzjkNkVcPU

Have the same values and courses of action as the people in this video

https://youtu.be/n5alejF5k7c
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Nell Cendlehick - Sun, 19 Nov 2017 09:53:39 EST ID:8c32w9KN No.163511 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>163506
The higher crime rate is largely because of illegal stop and frisk practices, etc. The cops in Black communities will use any flimsy excuse to book a black kid so their record gets filled up with frivolous stuff like small amounts of weed possession, which over time leads to more serious mandatory minimums.

It's a racket.
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Martin Guttingford - Sun, 19 Nov 2017 17:01:11 EST ID:Sf2g4dRk No.163514 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>163511

I'd say crime is just what the logic of the state applies to uncontrollable elements of the poor. Racial supremacy keeps a lot of black communities in an incessant deprevation of basic needs. The police exist to ensure that depravation of livelihood. The criminal is someone who lives outside of the logic of mainstream morality, someone who is determined to feed themselves,their families and friends by any means therefore the police exist to repress these elements. They exist to enforce the mass morality upon them, and objectify them, turn them into objects of profit for the system. Basically to put them back in line. This happened against people of European descent way more pre ww2 because the new deal didn't even begin to give them their affirmative action yet, so Irish and Italian neighborhoods or even Jewish neighborhoods were criminal hotspots.

"Criminality" is only a bad thing if you don't see the absurdity of liberal morality and values.
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Martin Guttingford - Sun, 19 Nov 2017 17:09:17 EST ID:Sf2g4dRk No.163515 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>163514

Let's look at what Nietzsche so accurately described many years ago.

Crime belongs to the concept "revolt against the social order." One does not "punish" a rebel; one suppresses him. A rebel can be a miserable and contemptible man; but there is nothing contemptible in a revolt as such--and to be a rebel in view of contemporary society does not in itself lower the value of a man. There are even cases in which one might have to honor a rebel, because he finds something in our society against which war ought to be waged--he awakens us from our slumber.5

The criminal is thus someone to be valued by a society, as Nietzsche would say, instead of looked upon with moral derision. The criminal points out something about society that is in need of change, helping to jolt the rest us out of our complacency. The concept of "punishment" for criminals then, simply amounts to the "suppression of a revolt," in that it is nothing more than an attempt to maintain the mediocre status quo of the herd by imprisoning (or in some cases, executing) those who deviate from it.
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Martin Guttingford - Sun, 19 Nov 2017 17:22:24 EST ID:Sf2g4dRk No.163516 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>163515

When he differeated punishment and suppression. Consider this. Are prisons really a punishment? A punishment implies, you have something inflicted upon you and are relieved of guilt. Suppression implies your entire existence as an individual is stifled, you are forever an outcast cut off from the very essence of life, from your humanity. Now ask yourself this? Does one even get out of prison and "become free". No. For years they are drug tested, have curfews, have to abide by close state restrictions thru probation or parole. They are always labeled "excon" and treated as enemies of society forever and this is enforced by the state. Whether it be forever excluded from decent jobs, or being at risk for rearrest or murder at the hands of police by any moment. Not to mention the mass of moralistic liberals will forever look down upon you, unless they too belong to a group of suppressed people's.


Ohio GOP State Rep. Wes Goodman's 'inappropriate behavior' was with man by Edwin Pockleshit - Sun, 19 Nov 2017 14:28:35 EST ID:qetGCKL9 No.163512 Report Reply Quick Reply
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https://www.cincinnati.com/story/news/politics/2017/11/15/state-rep-wes-goodman-resigns-inappropriate-behavior/865507001/

COLUMBUS - GOP state Rep. Wes Goodman was asked to resign after he was involved in "inappropriate behavior" with a man in his office.

Goodman, R-Cardington, resigned Tuesday night after Speaker Cliff Rosenberger, R-Clarksville, was alerted to an inappropriate interaction between Goodman and a man not employed by the legislature in Goodman's office. Rosenberger asked the freshman lawmaker to resign.

"I met with him later in the day where he acknowledged and confirmed the allegations," Rosenberger said in a statement. "It became clear that his resignation was the most appropriate course of action for him, his family, the constituents of the 87th House District and this institution.”

No one filed a complaint because of the behavior and it is not under criminal investigation.

Goodman, who represents a district in north central Ohio, touted himself as a strong Christian conservative who opposed abortion and Gov. John Kasich's Medicaid expansion. Goodman proposed the freeze on benefits for lower-income Ohioans on Medicaid. U.S. Rep. Jim Jordan endorsed Goodman for his "character, experience and passion" to serve.

>Once again an anti-LGBT conservative gets caught with his pants down, with a man.
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Hamilton Sebblewedging - Mon, 20 Nov 2017 00:19:48 EST ID:QjPfIaxV No.163526 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>163524
Yeah, that's exactly the debate I'm talking about, nice of you to provide a short summary.
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Lydia Foblinglidging - Mon, 20 Nov 2017 14:08:55 EST ID:kwQHbRfQ No.163533 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I actually tend to assume that the more homophobic someone is the more likely they are a closet fag. This mostly applies to men though. I'm on the fence when it comes to women.
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Thomas Honeyway - Mon, 20 Nov 2017 19:24:57 EST ID:DFlLNIpA No.163538 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>163533

its broader than that. i think you could say the more people focus on the sexuality of others and question or criticize it, the more they have cognitive dissonance within themselves on their own sexuality. rather than reflect and judge what is within, which is difficult and painful, they reflect and judge what is without, which is easy and mindless
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Edwin Pigglekun - Tue, 21 Nov 2017 10:12:01 EST ID:dbM7KxGC No.163541 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The other deeply conservative Red state that starts with an O just had a similar incident. GOP state senator and state campaign chair for Trump's campaign offered a 17 year old boy money to fuck him. Since this is murrica that means he was facing life in prison but he pleaded down to 10 years.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/post-nation/wp/2017/11/20/former-oklahoma-state-senator-admits-to-child-sex-trafficking-while-in-office/

Btw, the Ohio guy's accuser count is now at over 30.
>More than 30 individuals told the publication that former state Rep. Wesley Goodman (R-Ohio) reached out to them on social media apps to solicit sex, flirt and send pictures of his genitals. Most of those contacted are between the ages of 18 and 24 and did not know the representative well.

http://thehill.com/blogs/blog-briefing-room/361216-dozens-accuse-former-ohio-representative-of-sexual-misconduct?
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Fuck Druzzleham - Tue, 21 Nov 2017 11:23:24 EST ID:aoVW/bWI No.163544 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>163541
lol all these GOP pedos and the conservative media will point to al franken with his hands over a woman's boobs and be like "let me tell you, there's been sexual misconduct on both sides". the republican voter will nod in agreement after wiping droll from their chin.


Russian 'Proof' That the US Is Helping ISIS Is Actually From a Video Game by Ian Fuckingson - Wed, 15 Nov 2017 06:29:11 EST ID:qetGCKL9 No.163395 Report Reply Quick Reply
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https://gizmodo.com/russian-proof-that-the-us-is-helping-isis-is-actually-f-1820446490

Russia’s Ministry of Defense released startling visual proof this morning that the United States military is assisting ISIS. The only problem with Russia’s claims? The photographic “evidence” actually came from a video game.

Russia’s MoD posted the claims on Facebook and Twitter, saying that the images showed the US had “categorically refused to carry out airstrikes against Daesh [ISIS] terrorists, claiming that the militants were ‘voluntarily surrendering’ and now fell under the provisions of the Geneva Convention on the Treatment of Prisoners of War.”

But the still images sent out by Russia actually came from a game called AC-130 Gunship Simulator: Special Ops Squadron.

> inb4 "lol Gizmodo"
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Lydia Cizzlestock - Mon, 20 Nov 2017 02:27:00 EST ID:kFmX3/Gj No.163530 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>163480
I like how they didn't remember to draw a mosque in the jihadi batcave but they have a full scale hydro-electric generation system that is powered by a stream 20 feet from the mountain summit.
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Angus Fuzzleshit - Mon, 20 Nov 2017 15:54:42 EST ID:rTr48MXc No.163534 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>163508
Wrong. That was actually the CIA.
If you disagree you're a brainwashed sheep.
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Fuck Bommledale - Mon, 20 Nov 2017 18:02:17 EST ID:7CTjMN/Y No.163536 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>163480
>Exaggerating and sensationalizing the enemy's capabilities is one of the most reliable tricks for keeping Americans scared and stupid and accepting of war.
One really has to wonder how they haven't caught on to this by now.
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Thomas Cosslelark - Tue, 21 Nov 2017 04:44:10 EST ID:zK/apcKz No.163540 Ignore Report Quick Reply
This entire fucking thread is "NO U" Jesus Christ.
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Polly Fandock - Wed, 22 Nov 2017 18:43:40 EST ID:5p06LIn/ No.163593 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>163540
lol this so hard. motherland defence force hard at work.


This Dead Guy Looked Like Such a Gay Beiber Timberlake Fag by Betsy Honeyfield - Thu, 16 Nov 2017 23:39:54 EST ID:poJBZtD/ No.163449 Locked Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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https://duckduckgo.com?q=lil+peep

Who the fuck was "li'l peep" and, more importantly, why would I ever even care?
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Angus Curringsork - Fri, 17 Nov 2017 23:57:34 EST ID:cftCGx/o No.163481 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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DICKS EVERYWHERE
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Angus Curringsork - Fri, 17 Nov 2017 23:59:01 EST ID:cftCGx/o No.163482 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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DICKS EVERYWHERE
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Lillian Brackleshaw - Sat, 18 Nov 2017 01:20:23 EST ID:+5q0zMgm No.163485 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Why am I supposed to give a shit?
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Nathaniel Barringwill - Sat, 18 Nov 2017 01:45:41 EST ID:8S826BRQ No.163486 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>I only get my news from Glenn Beck
>news
>Glenn Beck
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Ernest Dropperstone - Sat, 18 Nov 2017 08:48:33 EST ID:Tuib0trw No.163492 Ignore Report Quick Reply
They probably have a bunch of unreleased songs left and want to use his death to make him more popular. Worked out great for Michael Jackson.


Introduction of Articles for Impeachment by Sidney Dopperleg - Fri, 17 Nov 2017 22:58:22 EST ID:kFmX3/Gj No.163474 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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https://www.c-span.org/video/?437381-1/house-democrats-call-impeachment-hearings-begin-president-trump

Several House Democrats have filed the paperwork to get an impeachment going, some people say it's a needed step, others think they just don't want to see an orange man in the white house. I personally hope this paper work goes through before air is privatized and they add Merry Christmas to the pledge of intelligence. I'm not sure if anything will come of this or if it will even matter on the grand scale of things, part of me has always believed American politics to be a scripted show like a verbal professional wrestling of sorts with the real decisions being made behind the scenes. I still want it to happen just so I can laugh in a bunch of fat, pink, flustered faces though.
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Sidney Dopperleg - Fri, 17 Nov 2017 23:02:07 EST ID:kFmX3/Gj No.163475 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I just realized that auto corrected to pledge of intelligence. Should say pledge of allegiance. Fuck my ass with a sideways with a corn cob and make me take the pledge of intelligence, amirite/ nbing even though it's at the top of the page still.
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Esther Shittingwater - Fri, 17 Nov 2017 23:26:22 EST ID:O7R8jdys No.163476 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>163474
I've seen good arguments on why this isn't a good move.

Mostly that it'll never go through and that it'll waste political capital in gaining momentum for 2018 elections and the coming election in Texas in December. It'll just give Trump more fuel to the fire towards the narrative that he's being unfairly treated by the naughty left, and it feeds into the narrative that it's a witchhunt.

How likely is it this to be a bipartisan push? Very unlikely. And there is something to be said concerning Pence.

However, as was pointed out to me, and I think it's a good point, Trump vs Pence is the difference between predictable damage vs unpredictable and potentially devastating damage. National damage vs global damage... Just how much would Pence stir up society as much as Trump? Trump is good at fanning the flames and that's concerning for the health of our nation. With that said, a Pence presidency may energize the right and we don't want this. Trump being impeached and convicted would just put the ball in their court.

Instead, it may be preferable to have Trump continue to be a do nothing president than have a president that will probably pass some very nasty policy because he's a nutty Christian ideologue and we all know that's a recipe for disaster for the nation.

As for Trumps threat on the global scale, there has been a bipartisan move to limit Trumps powers, even generals are getting in on it to stop him; Which is pretty scary to think about that even the generals are concerned about his actions. This same thing happened with Nixon when he would walk around drunk in the White House bragging that he has nukes and how he can use them.

I know it's bad to keep him in, especially since he's probably a traitor working with Russia, but letting him sink the GOP and have him lose in 2020 may be the best thing that could happen.


Alex Jones exposed as Russian shill by Hugh Clebberchen - Wed, 08 Nov 2017 21:49:02 EST ID:qetGCKL9 No.163254 Report Reply Quick Reply
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https://www.buzzfeed.com/janelytvynenko/infowars-is-running-rt-content?utm_term=.mxW6ePkbD#.av6Xg8QZA

Over the past three years, conspiracy site InfoWars has copied more than 1,000 articles produced by Russian state-sponsored broadcaster RT to its website — all without the permission of RT.

According to data from social sharing tracking website BuzzSumo, there were at least 1,014 RT articles republished on InfoWars since May of 2014. The articles appeared on InfoWars with a byline credit to RT, but a spokesperson for the Russian broadcaster told BuzzFeed News that InfoWars did not have permission to re-publish its content.
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Caroline Bickleham - Tue, 14 Nov 2017 00:49:41 EST ID:+5q0zMgm No.163360 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>163354
Check my post down here. >>163315 I have no love for Trump. Just a love for pointing out the obvious. Maybe not as much love as yours for projecting though..
When anyone mentions cognitive dissonance, it makes me laugh because those people only point out the cognitive dissonance in the other side. "Of course, our side is great. We're the good guys. No dissonance here!"
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Sophie Fuckingford - Tue, 14 Nov 2017 10:18:29 EST ID:58A08WJm No.163362 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>163359
>>163360
>so not butthurt he had to mention how not butthurt he is in not one but TWO posts!
>canned laughter because he's so not butthurt
>not butthurt at all
>still shilling "both sides" shit despite this being about the alt-right/alex jones
;)
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Caroline Bickleham - Tue, 14 Nov 2017 17:37:35 EST ID:+5q0zMgm No.163378 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>163362
Keep trying. The law of averages says that eventually one of your projections should be right.
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Reuben Brerrytork - Wed, 15 Nov 2017 15:17:22 EST ID:sVmXSNaq No.163409 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>163354
>you don't see people back him up hardly ever anymore.
>all you ever see is this tepid, "yeah, well, you know, the country as a whole is so fucked up, yeah, the world over really" type shit
lol, check out this post from over on /b/:
>>>/b/4639829
pretty much exactly what was mentioned above (in this case in response to an Eli Lilly executive being appointed as Secretary of Health).

now that trump's chances of seeing through a successful presidency are becoming more an more obviously non-existent, the narrative has shifted to "it was always completely fucked and there was nothing that could have ever been done about it anyway!" the implication still being that it's not Trump's fault.

we're beyond just blaming congress at this point.
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Esther Drottingwodge - Thu, 16 Nov 2017 21:57:47 EST ID:0mGxSlEY No.163444 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>163268

Luckily it all turned out fine and none of his fans believed him when he said it's all a big joke.


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