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Messages - nesb

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What might God know about e.g. folks propensity to get cancer, that we don't, that would fundamentally change how we view it?
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How does someone unironically give a thread this title?
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Quote from: Heinz Hershold
I was more concerned when Obama sent a planeload of cash to the Iranians and was weak on our borders and the US military, than I am by anything Trump is doing.

We need strength in the face of the US military
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Yeah but Jacob knows what's up so it's different
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We need to teach those kids a lesson like we did the families of the "Sandy Hook" (((crisis actors))).
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Politics and Current Events / Re: Comic relief thread
Tide Pods are goddamn weak. In my day we downed Draino straight up if we wanted to make the pain stop once and for all. Not tasty-looking snack packets.
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Politics and Current Events / Re: The Fourth Estate
People are just rage rage rage against the dying of the light.

I wish they'd just rage against corporate ownership of our society and culture, but I may just be lost in the 90's. Today, apparently, we welcome any and all messages from our corporate overlords, and don't expect subservient media companies to contradict them.
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Politics and Current Events / Re: The Fourth Estate
https://deadspin.com/source-espn-com-altered-a-headline-and-buried-stories-1823014722

Deadspin is a decidedly liberal/leftist sports blog, with usually liberal/leftist comments. They reported that ESPN apparently caved to an advertiser, and changed a headline because said advertiser protested. The comments on the article about it, though, are pretty much universally in defense of the advertiser, and claim that ESPN was clearly in the wrong to potentially harm the brand of someone advertising with them. What sort of sickness is this?
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"the widening scandal over Obama's portrait"
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How much milk does one man even need? Dave, if you start doing squats, you'll be built like Arnold Schwarzenegger in about a year.
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There's a cynical part of me that feels like it will be awful timely to end gerrymandering right before the hypothetical "blue wave".
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I heard another story about an ex-military cop deciding not to shoot an armed dude who was clearly just trying to get shot. In that case, though, the guy ended up actually surviving, and the cop wasn't fired. Although, some other cops did grumble about it all. It sounds super weird to say, but I think cops might need some military training. They get to use military equipment, after all.
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Politics and Current Events / Re: Trumpocalypse
Oh man, Rick Snyder recently had to undo his stupid plan to have private companies provide food in prisons, because it was just that much of a massive garbage fire. Maggots in the food, high costs, employees of the beneficiary companies having sex with inmates. The whole nine yards.
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Politics and Current Events / Re: Trumpocalypse
Of course, the point here isn't to improve anyone's well-being, but to cut SNAP, and run distraction by saying, "but we'll send people random ass canned goods. Soup is good food."
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Politics and Current Events / Re: Trumpocalypse
Every good capitalist knows that governments make better economic decisions for people than they do for themselves. But, I guess Trump never pretended to be in the capitalist wing of his party, which is fucking weird if you think about it. I mean, he's Donald Trump.
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Anyway,  Nazis aren't really all that bad. Right Dave?
No.  Nazis like you are horrible.

Hmm. I don't remember advocating genocide.

Dave, on the other hand, has hinted at it, when suggesting that unNatural interventions or preventive measures like vaccines are BAD, and that it might be better to have people die NATURALLY.

He will deny this, of course, and he won't see that that is the implication of many things that he has said (he understands eugenics well enough when it comes to livestock, to which he also applies this argument), but he has no problem with advocating cultural traditions in which the physically weak go to the wall.  Or in which political opponents are hanged for treason.
I've always said that vaccines and antibiotics are fine for people who insist on living contrary to Nature's laws.  However, it would be better for them to stop living contrary to Nature's laws.  I do believe in capital punishment (violence by a democratically elected and controlled government), but not in private violence.

You know Lincoln was democratically elected. It's hard to see how your position on violence isn't a contrived excuse to defend the confederacy, and one you have no intention of consistently adhering to.
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It's just an advertisement. This is where we are.

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When it comes down to it, I think the shining goal should be providing equality of opportunity. I think you have to deal with wealth disparity (reign it in) before you can even really start to get there.
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I mean, I do. I think I'd like some basic income scheme over the weird patchwork system that currently exists in America, but you can't always have everything you want, I guess.
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Give a man a pig, and you know what happens. Teach a man to pig...
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If the economy crashes, does Trump just get primaried? It would be hilarious if Pence ran against him, but I know it won't happen.
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Politics and Current Events / Re: Trumpocalypse
I read some random paper a million years ago that said it takes about a year before a president can claim ownership over the economy. I'm sure that's a bit of a huerestic, but I liked the conclusion of the paper--Republicans are bad--so I remember it.
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Oh, I know. I just heard about the poll results I mentioned, and thought it was relevant. Not enough to actually Google it, mind you.
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Didn't some polls pop up after the last shut down, saying most people blamed it on Trump and/or Congressional Republicans?