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Messages - fredbear

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That is really not that funny, Dave. Why do you have this pathological need to be such an asshole?

Why are you so committed to avoiding honest dialog?
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You're a fucking idiot, Ksen.
Teeth seems unusually angry this morning.
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Also want an answer to this.

It was actually an honest question.

How do these zingers play in 'gullible rube' territory, Dave?

Do people accept the lies unquestioningly? Or are they parsed with some justification, like 'alternative facts' or 'truthful hyperbole'?

Trump is objectively batting for the honor of 'no administration has accomplished less in the first 90 days'. But Trump, again, has to lie.

Do the 'gullible rubes' understand this, Dave? Is it 'fake news'? Is he being crippled by the treasonous 'deep state'? How do you reconcile this piece of objective reality with the obvious falsehoods being uttered by your hero?
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Hey, Dave has to answer me first on this.

Thankfully, while all the "head rolling" is going on Trump is going down in history as the least successful ever. Whoever would have predicted it?
https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/fact-checker/wp/2017/04/20/trumps-claim-that-no-administration-has-accomplished-more-in-the-first-90-days/?hpid=hp_hp-more-top-stories_fact-checker-545a%3Ahomepage%2Fstory&tid=a_inl&utm_term=.e4932e6f6ab5
"Trump actually is unusual for his first 100 days, but for a reason opposite of what he said. Not only has he accomplished almost nothing, but rather his initiatives (executive orders stayed by courts, a major legislative proposal failing even to come to a vote when his party controls both houses, etc.) have notoriously been unsuccessful."

Which leads to the following question: Dave, how does your Truth DetectionTM superskilz rate the Trump quote:

"no administration has accomplished more in the first 90 days"
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The Globalist.

Oops I mean ....

The Economist.
Fevered droolings it is then. A fine choice.
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Have you ever tried reading 'The Economist'? You might actually learn something other than the fevered droolings of psychotic conspiracy nuts.
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It was actually an honest question.

How do these zingers play in 'gullible rube' territory, Dave?

Do people accept the lies unquestioningly? Or are they parsed with some justification, like 'alternative facts' or 'truthful hyperbole'?
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Thankfully, while all the "head rolling" is going on Trump is going down in history as the least successful ever. Whoever would have predicted it?
https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/fact-checker/wp/2017/04/20/trumps-claim-that-no-administration-has-accomplished-more-in-the-first-90-days/?hpid=hp_hp-more-top-stories_fact-checker-545a%3Ahomepage%2Fstory&tid=a_inl&utm_term=.e4932e6f6ab5
"Trump actually is unusual for his first 100 days, but for a reason opposite of what he said. Not only has he accomplished almost nothing, but rather his initiatives (executive orders stayed by courts, a major legislative proposal failing even to come to a vote when his party controls both houses, etc.) have notoriously been unsuccessful."

Which leads to the following question: Dave, how does your Truth DetectionTM superskilz rate the Trump quote:

"no administration has accomplished more in the first 90 days"
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Here we go ... https://spectator.org/confirmed-john-brennan-colluded-with-foreign-spies-to-defeat-trump/
You know, Dave, that at some point those appointed to investigate alleged wrondoing will eventually have to transect reality. At which point words like this:
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A supporter of the American Communist Party at the height of the Cold War, Brennan brought into the CIA a raft of subversives and gave them plum positions from which to gather and leak political espionage on Trump. He bastardized standards so that these left-wing activists could burrow in and take career positions. Under the patina of that phony professionalism, they could then present their politicized judgments as "non-partisan."
will be simply a source of ridicule (more so).

You really do pick 'em, Dave.
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I wonder if it was the 14d chess that took Trumpster's mind off the hand-on-heart thing for the national anthem. Good thing his wife made a rare appearance and was there to remind him. Nudge nudge.
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It really would help if you put a modicum of effort into your arguments, Dave.

Do you mind describing, in your own words, just how that 'article' justifies the allocation of resources away from feeding poor kids and invalids?
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... no use explaining ...
Can you at least try? Or else why bother posting this?
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"After listening for 10 minutes, I realized it's not so easy,"

Pretty much sums up the Trump presidency to date, Dave.
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The lie is the implication that I am planning meat only diets for people.
If you are planning what other people will do, you might be surprised to learn that no one cares what you think they ought to do.
That's true. Which is why people like me who sell things for a living like to ask a lot of questions and listen a lot so as to tailor their offerings to meet people's needs.
But they're still gullible rubes who are buying shit they don't need right Dave?
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"Art of the Deal" is saving our butts with respect to North Korea.  We should all be thanking President Trump for his unprecedented achievements with China's leadership.

 This is a brilliant article explaining how he did it... https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2017/04/15/president-trump-realigning-geo-political-alliances-and-few-paying-attention/
^^^^
But in a recent interview, Trump acknowledged that the issue is, well, complicated. In a conversation with the Wall Street Journal, the president said he came into his first meeting with Xi convinced that China could curtail North Korea's nuclear threat. Xi had to explain Chinese-Korean history to Trump, who then realized something important: "After listening for 10 minutes, I realized it's not so easy," he told the Journal. "I felt pretty strongly that they had a tremendous power North Korea. ... But it's not what you would think"

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/worldviews/wp/2017/04/13/trump-thought-china-could-get-n-korea-to-comply-its-not-that-easy/?utm_term=.1640ee256792
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In other words, try honestly engaging with arguments and putting some effort into defending your position. By way of citing relevant studies, or developing a coherent argument for defending your beliefs.

Since, from here, it all looks very shallow. One wonders how it all holds together in your head.
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Or applying the logical steps between "school lunches" to "tyranny!!!!!"

Maybe by using Denmark as a case study.
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Do you do your job all day in a wheelchair? Because you are so crooked I don't see how you can stand up.
Here's  a novel idea Dave. Rather than posting infantile crap like this, why don't you try answering some honest questions. Like:

How do you reconcile your hero worship of Trump with your stalinesque land redistribution vision?
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Dave.

Please describe, in detail, Denmark's descent into tyranny.

Also, please explain the "the basics of a capitalist system" to "this clueless dude". Specifically the bit about how owning stock "provides capital to the business".

Thanks ever so much.
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Somehow we need to come up with metrics for determining the criteria for "improving land" and a person should only be granted stewardship over a piece of land if he or she has proven himself or herself over a given period of time according to these criteria.

They should NOT be given stewardship just because they have enough money.

Reb Tevye sang "if you're rich, they think you really know" ....

He was right and that's an extremely dangerous idea.
Wow. How do you reconcile this with your hero worship of Trump? He represents pretty much the exact opposite of what you just said here.
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Dave.

Please describe, in detail, Denmark's descent into tyranny.

Also, please explain the "the basics of a capitalist system" to "this clueless dude". Specifically the bit about how owning stock "provides capital to the business".

Thanks ever so much.
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Wow, you're pretty wrong here. Unless bought at an IPO, owning shares provides exactly no capital to the business. In fact, if you receive a dividend, it does exactly the opposite. You stupid clueless fuck.

And have you visited Denmark lately? Please describe, in detail, Denmark's descent into tyranny.
Good God. Somebody teach this clueless dude the basics of a capitalist system.  This is the same dude that was complaining about how awful his life is because he has to pay $1 million for a three bedroom house.
Maybe you can explain it to "this clueless dude"?
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I'm not talking about government employees you moron. I'm talking about direct payments to individuals for doing nothing, such as welfare.

How about corporations who make direct payments to individuals for doing nothing, such as simply owning shares?

Payments made possible by workers working for such low wages that they need welfare in order to feed their children?
"Owning shares" is not "doing nothing." Those people provided capital to the business.

People who work for such low wages is a definite problem that must  be solved.  But direct payments from the government is not the answer.  That leads to tyranny.
Wow, you're pretty wrong here. Unless bought at an IPO, owning shares provides exactly no capital to the business. In fact, if you receive a dividend, it does exactly the opposite. You stupid clueless fuck.

And have you visited Denmark lately? Please describe, in detail, Denmark's descent into tyranny.
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One reason I have chosen rabbits for meat is because it appears to be far less work.  Also, no refrigeration required because 1 rabbit is about 1 meal for a typical family.  Just harvest, clean and throw in the crock pot or oven.
So what is your current rate of rabbit consumption?
Do they constitute a significant proportion of your diet?

I dunno, he's eaten maybe four rabbits in the last four months (a guess)?  A rabbit every thirty days doesn't seem that significant as part of a diet, but when you supplement your diet with cookies and Wendy's hamburgers, the actual number of incidental calories one can harvest from unescaped animals seems decidedly irrelevant.
Don't forget sausages from the grocery store!

If he ever does get a pig to the point of being ready for slaughter he's going to discover that butchering it and packaging and preserving the meat will add more 'work' and more costs to his agenda. He'll need a reliable freezer and high quality packaging or he'll end up with a bunch of freezer burnt or half rotten pork. Of course he could pay a butcher to do some of that, but having actually bought quarters and halves of beef a few times, there's usually a lot of portioning out and repackaging to be done after butchering.

OTOH, we know Dave doesn't mind a lack of variety in his diet. I'd be ill if I consumed the amount of dairy he does, not from lactose intolerance but from being sick to death of milk in any form, not to mention having the squats from lack of fibre. :gonk:
It's a lot of work. A lot. Also, the meat has to hang and get cold before you can cut it up. That involves "splitting" the carcass into two sides by sawing all the way down its spine after you cut off the head and you need something to saw through the bones. Well, technically, if you were a caveman it wouldn't need to but if you want to freezer pack the cuts it does. Also, pigs are a lot bigger than you might think. Even if you want to bone the whole thing, i.e. cut all the meat off the bones and leave the bones, if you don't know how you will end up with hamburger rather than roasts. It takes kind of a lot of practice.
That's mindless mainstream think. Dave has a better way all figured out. And no, he wont tell you the details. The mainstream way is stupid because it's too much work, and the mainstream is always wrong, so there.