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Politics and Current Events / Re: Trumpocalypse
Last post by VoxRat -
Yes but again, what is remarkable is that we have such a radical right-wing conspiracy theorist executive branch, not that Cernovich got a press pass.
The two issues are pretty closely related, IMHO.
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I'm guessing that his dialect would have been more Germanic than Gallo-Roman. Maybe P=S+G(+O)? :rofl:

Not that it matters. Dr. Kinkade thoroughly smacked dave upside the head years ago. All that's left is the entertainment value in dave's "yeah well that's totally what I meant!" squirming.
  :confused:   Dr. Kinkade doesn't ring a bell. Probably age-related memory issues.  :ohdear:

Anyway...
It's pretty entertaining to watch Hawkins, one minute tut-tutting about how no one here lives up to his "scientific" standards of precision in language  ( ::) ) and the next tut-tutting about how silly it is to hold him (or Trump) to the actual meaning of the words he uses, when "totally what he meant" is something completely different from what he wrote.
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Yes Dave, we know you don't care about whether the animals in your care suffer and die.

Photon's point is that neither you nor Mengele cared about the suffering of the individuals involved in your experiments. You have that in common.
Exactly. One would have thought my point was obvious.

ETA: Oh yeah, this is Dave Will-Militantly-Avoid-Dealing-With-Actual-Objections-And-Will-Blindly-Engage-In-Any-Crazy-Thing-If-I-Think-It-Agrees-With-My-Unevidenced-And-Idiosyncratic-Beliefs Hawkins.
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Politics and Current Events / Re: Trumpocalypse
Last post by uncool -
Gotta say, this is the perfect example of how 1) Trump is horrible, 2) reporters act incompetently in response to the horribleness.
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Politics and Current Events / Re: Trumpocalypse
Last post by teeming brown mass -
Yes but again, what is remarkable is that we have such a radical right-wing conspiracy theorist executive branch, not that Cernovich got a press pass.
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Politics and Current Events / Re: Trumpocalypse
Last post by linus -
Well, not from a cold, detached POV (an admin that employs Bannon, White, Sessions, Gorka... would of course give an alt-rightist and conspiracy theorist press credentials and opportunity to pose at Spicer's podium). If we refuse to consider the alt-right normal, though...

ETA: xpost, reply to teeming brown mass
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Politics and Current Events / Re: Trumpocalypse
Last post by uncool -
Two members of alt-right accused of making white supremacist hand signs in White House after receiving press passes

Didn't even know there was a white supremacist hand sign. I'm told this hand sign means "asshole" in Brazil, though, so it's kind of apt.

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"Some white supremacists, particularly in California, may use a two-handed hand sign in which one hand forms the letter 'W' and the other hand forms the letter 'P,' to represent WP or 'White Power,'" an entry in the ADL's hate symbols database reads.
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two-handed
No clue if this is, too, but whether it is or not, it will be.

Iirc it's a reference to "gatewaypundit", who was also at the White House (a couple months ago), also made the same symbol, and was also accused of using it as a racist symbol.

Also, unfortunately gotta agree with teeth here - Cernovich isn't far of a jump from Alex Jones, and iirc Trump already cited him approvingly.
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I'm guessing that his dialect would have been more Germanic than Gallo-Roman. Maybe P=S+G(+O)? :rofl:

Not that it matters. Dr. Kinkade thoroughly smacked dave upside the head years ago. All that's left is the entertainment value in dave's "yeah well that's totally what I meant!" squirming.
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Politics and Current Events / Re: Trumpocalypse
Last post by teeming brown mass -
is it though? at this point?
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I was pretty sure that someone was going trot out "people have been raising pastured pigs for millennia."

Which is true.

I was talking about agriculture in America, particularly the horrible changes that have occurred in the past 70 years. 

One would think that a well educated person  who has been following the discussion for years would be able to understand that.  Without me having to restate it explicitly.

But alas no.
Dave.

Focus.

A pig's susceptibility to cold and respiratory diseases in the cold, has NOTHING to do with whether its cage "moves automatically" or not. It has NOTHING to do with whether the pig lives in 20th century USA or not. If you have a pig, and it's cold, you have a problem you have to deal with.

This is something people before you have figured out, dave. It's knowledge already gained. Your brand-new, never-seen-before endeavors don't somehow negate it.

One does not have to erase any and all accumulated knowledge on a subject to add new knowledge to it- quite the opposite, they have to RELY on that past knowledge for most of their idea-building. Even if it messes up the idea they have of themselves as unique, Brilliant "Pioneers" and "Mavericks".

"Groundbreaking research" does not mean breaking the ground from under you.
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Something I would have said if I was bright enough to formulate it as well as Faid just did.