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!BzcOsK03.w - Fri, 22 Nov 2019 19:00:56 EST jOmBVbkM No.181053
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Bernie details and to legalize marijuana, vacate convictions, protect from corporatization

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- Fri, 08 Nov 2019 11:08:50 EST B2fCBIr0 No.180785
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Bernie laid out the details for the most comprehensive plan yet to legalise weed and end the drug war. Plans include:
>legalize marijuana within 100 days of taking office
>nominate AG and HHS secretary who will work to end drug war
>vacate and expunge all past marijuana-related convictions, including those still in prison
>protect marijuana industry from being controlled by big corporations
>incentivize nonprofits
>institute market share caps to prevent consolidation and monopolization
>invest profits into communities hit hardest by drug war
>eliminate barriers to public benefits for those who were fucked by legal system

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Clara Nenkinmun - Tue, 21 Jan 2020 22:32:01 EST UjtpodKI No.182119 Reply
The DNC still has too many grouchy old fucks in it so they are going to cheat Bernie again so that they have a mainline corporate shill like that senile fuck Biden. 100% gonna see CNN give Biden the debate questions again, the DNC hire a Debbie Wasserman-Schultz again, fix the DNC again, and lose to Trump again. In the meantime, Ginsburg is going to kick the bucket and so might Breyer both being in their 80's.

This next election if it goes to Trump could easily mean a Supreme Court that is 7-2 right wing and left wing respectively.

>The Democrats are going to single handedly hand over the federal power of the US when they are facing one of, if not the most unpopular US president ever because ew, Bernie is a socialist. What a bunch of dumb fucks.
Lillian Warringstatch - Wed, 22 Jan 2020 02:01:49 EST 4scaaRdR No.182120 Reply

i will forever be salty about how the primaries were rigged against bernie

It Ain't short but putin

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- Thu, 16 Jan 2020 05:16:37 EST Oi89F67V No.182023
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Nobody is surprised by a dictator firming up his dictatorship.

Xijinping did it recently in China, now big boy shoes are on in Moskva.

Sad day, but really not that new in news. The whole government being forced to resign. That's a blow. Makes US of A look almost democratic
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Hamilton Dartworth - Thu, 23 Jan 2020 07:44:30 EST yOioO72J No.182133 Reply
Neither one of you will actually end up going to war, so simmer down.

Year of the Rat spreading plague

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- Thu, 23 Jan 2020 06:26:23 EST /koWgFFp No.182131
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SARs variant on the loose in China
Simon Giffingham - Thu, 23 Jan 2020 13:04:46 EST 6QrNp7Wp No.182134 Reply
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>Chinese Year of the Rat
>China spawns global epidemic

California Fires 2019

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- Thu, 07 Nov 2019 02:52:34 EST Ayv4Wx4m No.180744
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California Fires still recurring in Nov 2019.....
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Martin Pittshaw - Mon, 06 Jan 2020 02:37:05 EST uJ1UMTRI No.181877 Reply
Clearly it is because you don't rake your forests properly as we do in temperate and soggy scandinavia.

AMAZON is too big

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- Sun, 15 Dec 2019 03:28:09 EST 40pbmk0m No.181473
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Remember when governments would help small businesses because mega-corps don't need help?
I don't either.
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(Hey boys and girls is this your frisbee?) - Fri, 10 Jan 2020 08:31:44 EST CtDMJRHo No.181960 Reply
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>Stop posting Tezuka, you're dead.
Shaddup Muggsy!
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(Hey boys and girls is this your frisbee?) - Fri, 10 Jan 2020 09:34:08 EST CtDMJRHo No.181961 Reply
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Puck retarded.
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Lillian Hiddlestock - Thu, 23 Jan 2020 01:54:38 EST 40pbmk0m No.182129 Reply
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Amazon is the new Walmart?

Virginia Gun Rights Rally

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- Fri, 17 Jan 2020 18:28:12 EST UjtpodKI No.182042
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Anyone following this?

Virginia to enact gun control statewide in wake of democratic majority.

Governor of Virginia enacts weapons ban and declares state of emergency ahead of rally.

Antifa to march alongside gun rights supporters.

Canadian neo nazi and others arrested for planning to start a race war at gun rights rally.

Might be interesting to see what happens. I find the biggest surprise being nazis trying to start a race war at the US capitol, not sure that is going to work out well. Glad I'm not going to be anywhere near that shit though, recipe for disaster. Like that guy that got arrested trying to set off fireworks at an armed rally. Kinda feel bad for moderate and left wing gun owners, the media is latching on to the crazed doomsday preppers and 14/88 crowd. Good to see antifa allegedly planning to stand alongside them.
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Sophie Cippermack - Wed, 22 Jan 2020 15:17:42 EST 4JTN7eQX No.182125 Reply
Not making a joke when I say this but I really get the feeling the politicians will and say anything to stay in office. I'm sure "it's always been like that blah blah blah" but it 's something I noticed that has been a bit more blatant lately.
Emma Bonnergold - Wed, 22 Jan 2020 18:03:09 EST wFK2Hm63 No.182126 Reply
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This sounds like it went great actually. I honestly thought it was going to be a shit show. Who would have thought that neo-nazis would be kicked out of a rally in an ex-confederate state while they are allowed to hijack similar rallies on the progressive west coast.

I'm actually surprised at how sensibly progressive the Appalachian area has been, I imagine this is the Richard Ojeda crowd. I guess being held up as mascots for how plutocratic bureaucracy screws the every man then being screwed by a plutocrats who take control of the bureaucratic system can make an impression on people.
Shitting Bonningridge - Wed, 22 Jan 2020 18:12:41 EST 9yKk6Th7 No.182127 Reply
>It is literally a basic high school essay.
And can you imagine how tedious it would be if everyone did that?

Murderous Subhuman Temporarily Re-Instated to get Lifetime Pension

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- Fri, 12 Jul 2019 20:31:00 EST 4scaaRdR No.177454
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>A US police officer who was fired after shooting dead an unarmed man was temporarily rehired so he could apply for a pension, local media report.

Warning, don't watch my OP webm if you don't want bad vibes. The man behind the gun was fired from the Mesa PD and later acquitted of murder charges. He was then re-hired for a period of 42 days so that he could submit an application for medical retirement based on accidental disability, namely PTSD from the murder in webm related, thereby qualifying him for a lifetime monthly pension if approved.

As a resident of Arizona this case shocked me, as did the footage, and as soon as this scumbag's pic popped up in the news I recognized him. It was in fact the OP image I used when I made the original thread about this incident.

It just goes to show that once again the rules do not apply to those with power, or those they favor.

Truly disgusting and abhorrent. I am very upset by this.
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David Fuckingshit - Mon, 20 Jan 2020 20:35:53 EST +8irr0Qf No.182085 Reply
Stop replying to this bot.

How many of you retards keep coming here? I swear it is every day or two some new person comes in not recognizing most obvious and prolific shitposting Chinese bot we all known for ages and every time they act surprised like they have never seen this before. It is like each day someone fresh of the future boat is posting.

Joe Biden the first candidate to officially come out as anti gamer.

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- Mon, 20 Jan 2020 09:05:36 EST qPbFZDTy No.182072
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Sidney Cheshtud - Mon, 20 Jan 2020 15:12:46 EST +8irr0Qf No.182077 Reply
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Biden is DINO. Wow, what surprise.

>“creeps,” “righteous,” and “arrogant,” referring to his personal experiences with high-ranking executives in Silicon Valley.
I agree 1000%. People in Silicon valley are absolute worst sort of Capitalist scum imaginable. Silicon Valley is people like Bezos. They deserve being violent purges. Thing is, companies like Alphabet get it, alphabet agency huh get it? fuck man, is federal LEO and spook sense of humour lame are themselves some of worst possible things to happen to humanity. It is ensuring the new Totalist State under Capitalist hegemony and all is part of military industrial intelligence complex.

You really expect me to sympathize with such scum? It is one few things Biden got right lately. Of course, I also would say half of gamers is probably scum too.
Barnaby Focklenitch - Mon, 20 Jan 2020 17:47:29 EST UjtpodKI No.182081 Reply
>Implying gamers vote

I really doubt this will hurt his campaign more than his dementia babbling.

stories of Capitalism

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- Mon, 20 Jan 2020 15:08:06 EST +8irr0Qf No.182076
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This is amazing
what an incredibly immoral system. I just do not understand how whole countries are not paralyzed into dysfunction with things like this happening. One would think, don't they need to at least lower prices to sell beginning with? I thought rates of US home ownership had been plummeting?
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David Fuckingshit - Tue, 21 Jan 2020 01:42:42 EST +8irr0Qf No.182096 Reply
I thought USA construction was controlled by mafia? Especially unionized ones
Wesley Hinnermudging - Tue, 21 Jan 2020 01:46:11 EST UjtpodKI No.182097 Reply
>While construction salaries are decent

Ha, that'd be a good joke but sadly it hits too close to home. I make fucking nothing and can run dozens of different kinds of heavy equipment, drive loaded tractor trailers carrying oversized loads, and fix nearly anything on a job site including structural welding and I make 15 fucking dollars an hour with no benefits or time off right outside a major fucking city. Get a taste of the real world for once.

Let me say it again, CONSTRUCTION FUCKING SUCKS! Get a fucking college education, don't smoke dope and drop out of school, and get a white collar job. That is the best life advice I can give anyone. I bought into the "noble tradesman" meme and didn't go to college thinking I would make bank in dying trades. They're fucking dying because they are bullshit. It'd be easy to rhyme rob and steal than fuck around with braindead drunks and junkies who steal your shit while you work or nearly get you killed while Mr. Foreman sits the truck and sleeps in air conditioning only to stroll around and bust your balls for no fucking reason. Fuck construction and trucking and welding and every other trade. It was all a lie.

And to your later point, most everything across the US is moving towards a larger subscription service because people who buy shit and keep it are the enemies now. We've evolved and found that making people not only buy something and then keep paying for it is the best way to extract profits. Farm equipment has gone this way, you spend 300k for a tractor and then spend tens of thousands fixing simple shit since it is all DRM soft-locked. Textiles have gone this way, anything bigger than a Singer sewing machine granny had is leased. Car have went to this model, you have loss leaders in the actual sales of small cars but then turn 50 and 100k dollar pick up trucks but then murder both consumers on repairs. For example, on a many GM vehicles you have to drop the entire fucking engine to change spark plugs or remove an entire row of seating to swap the battery. In my industry, Caterpillar leases nearly all of their machines that are moderately new and then the old machines they jerk you around, treat you like shit, scoff and finally after hours of phone time offer you parts for fucking astronomical prices. Video games are little more than RNG gambling and a money siphon.

Follow some of the 2030 vehicle companies profit projection models, Ford is looking to turn the automobile industry into a live subscription service where you don't own any single vehicle, they all just buzz around autonomously like drones and you get a random car like Byrd scooters when you need one.

>Literally everything is going to a model where you buy in for a retarded price tag and then have to keep paying for the luxury of using what you fucking bought. Capitalism is exceptionally efficient in making the most diabolical way of siphoning money away from the consumer as quickly as possible. And the consumer fucktards are too god damn complacent to fight it, probably because along with the models is endless propaganda to get you to buy into the shit. I can't count the number of times I've called people out on their mindless consumerist horseshit and then they've fought tooth and nail to reject fiscal sense and responsibility. Just stop fucking buying shit from shitheads.

It is like some insane national Stockholm syndrome with everyone's wallets.

And again, fuck construction and trades in general.
Cyril Caddlehag - Tue, 21 Jan 2020 13:19:41 EST vJzt15Nj No.182107 Reply
>they all just buzz around autonomously like drones and you get a random car
I have previously posted about how this would make a great public transport system when you have a full self driving network. Such a network is a natural monopoly due to the decision making and planning involved, it's safer and more effective if it knows how every other vehicle will behave.

But we will get a private version that costs more, has to go slower and still has many more accidents.

Report Finds One Third Of Trump Appeals Court Judges Have History Of Anti-LGBT Bias

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- Wed, 25 Dec 2019 20:04:04 EST 5Om2NN7U No.181639
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water is wet

tbh it's kind of heartening in a twisted way that it's only a third

what a world we live in
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Reuben Pozzleson - Thu, 16 Jan 2020 18:18:24 EST jIt5CLGm No.182034 Reply
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yeah i agree now, i mean at this point this is entering YouTube atheist dunking on creationists/flat earthers/truthers territory

Nothing will be accomplished, it doesn't make you look smart to argue with dumb people. There's no honest misunderstanding here or some sort of dialectic to synthesize, just like creationism, flat earth, or any other kind of religious lunacy. The facts are clearly laid out, you can't make people see it, you just have to fight misinformation at the source, which thankfully our educational system has been and continues to be at least moderately successful at this according to research


and it doesn't matter that some people might answer how they're "supposed" to instead of what they think, the fact that they aren't even comfortable admitting prejudice on an anonymous survey I think is really telling of how our culture is shifting as a whole

Misinformation on social media will be the death of us though if the companies aren't broken up, regulated, and nationalized though, we've far from won but it's a promising start

Let's post some good news

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- Tue, 24 Sep 2019 17:47:44 EST 9C3OEJLn No.179358
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"Afghanistan Papers" reveals extent of corruption and lies behind 18-year war

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- Fri, 13 Dec 2019 00:56:49 EST ny9ZGuH9 No.181444
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>A major “Washington Post” investigation released on December 9 is a confirmation of the peace movement’s message that “there’s no military solution in Afghanistan.”

>That assessment is according to Paul Kawika Martin, senior director of policy and political affairs at Peace Action, replying to The Afghanistan Papers. The report exposes how top officials spanning the George W. Bush, Obama, and Trump administrations waged a deliberate misinformation campaign to conceal the total failures of the 18-year war in Afghanistan.

>The bombshell from investigative reporter Craig Whitlock “broadly resembles the Pentagon Papers,” and it is based on over 2,000 pages of notes from interviews with a federal agency that “bring into sharp relief the core failings of the war that persist to this day” and belie comments by officials “who assured Americans year after year” of progress made in the war.

>The paper obtained the cache of documents following a legal battle that lasted three years and included two lawsuits. The documents came out of a project from the Office of the Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction (SIGAR), an agency now headed by Obama-appointee John Sopko. That project, entitled Lessons Learned, was meant to assess “the U.S. reconstruction experience in Afghanistan.”

>They revealed that officials continually misled the public about the war’s success, there was no strategy, their efforts fueled corruption, and the U.S. was clearly losing ground as well as tens of thousands of lives and at least $1 trillion.

>The trove includes transcripts and notes from over 400 interviewers between 2014 and 2018. SIGAR blacked out names of roughly 85 percent of interviewees.

>“It was impossible to create good metrics” about the troop surge, one unnamed senior National Security Council official said in a 2016 interview. “We tried using troop numbers trained, violence levels, control of territory and none of it painted an accurate picture.” They added, “The metrics were always manipulated for the duration of the war.”

>Ryan Crocker, who was the top U.S. diplomat in Kabul from 2011 to 2012, said in a 2016 interview, “Our biggest single project, sadly and inadvertently, of course, may have been the development of mass corruption.”
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Hamilton Sedgebidge - Tue, 14 Jan 2020 20:05:04 EST Y3JsGsvI No.182019 Reply

"Thank you for your service."
Phineas Blettingchadge - Thu, 16 Jan 2020 20:56:32 EST HNjso1OQ No.182036 Reply
One of the reasons smurf village is collapsing is because jokey won't stop pulling his pud outside the winder while poet's giving baker smurf the business. I mean smurfing it up his smurfing smurfhole.
Hedda Drablingfatch - Thu, 16 Jan 2020 22:12:18 EST 1O40kvSh No.182037 Reply
You know the US is bad when Americans say that they feel like they have more freedom in Communist countries like Vietnam.

Carlos Ghosn faced the music box.

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- Tue, 31 Dec 2019 21:57:32 EST kyZxs/x0 No.181751
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Carlos Ghosn, former Nissan and Renault CEO, has arrived in Beirut
This news article reads like a The Onion parody. Escapes to Beirut because he thinks Japanese legal system is unfair? And to do it in a musical instrument box?
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Matilda Shittingbury - Tue, 14 Jan 2020 19:42:42 EST fxZPTs+O No.182018 Reply
The Japanese court system has a 99% conviction rate. That's a ridiculous number and a sure sign of either gimped defense rights or otherwise a rigged system in favor of the prosecution. Even countries we normally think of as "repressive" such as Cuba have more fair legal systems.
Martha Crishdud - Thu, 16 Jan 2020 11:43:37 EST j1sOQY2T No.182027 Reply
There's not enough bigotry towards Japan tbh. Last year they had one of their diplomatic dudes in Germany complain to a concentration camp memorial about mentioning Korean sex slaves. Japan's government is almost as shit as Turkey's when it comes to nationalistic shitheadery and denial of unpleasant facts about their history.
Edward Fishmut - Thu, 16 Jan 2020 12:26:35 EST WL3e2fsO No.182028 Reply

Japanese prosecutors are allowed to interrogate you endlessly for hours and hours without your attorney. It's well known to be a completely rigged system. I don't blame Ghosn for wanting a fair trial, not some xenophobic asian kangaroo court that can hold you indefinitely.

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