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Posted by NeoConvict
16 Apr 2015, 7:01 am

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I grew up an avid reader, particularly fond of 1930s pulp authors like HP Lovecraft, Edgar Rice Burroughs , and a host of others whose fantastic works were relegated to the pages of magazines aimed at that days youth. They were not considered serious writtings at the time, just a way for kids to while away the hours on a lazy summers day. Today, such writtings would be unapproachable by most young adults. I enjoy reading letters from the civil and revolutionary war and am struck at just how articulate some of the young men were, many without any formal education. I compare these letters and literary works to what we find leaving today's battlefileds and I am honestly shocked at how far we have fallen. While this issue started well before the dawn of the information age, I believe the internet has accelerated the problem. Its no longer seen as a value to know anything, the opinion of the greatest minds in any field and on any subject are just a google search away. There is no reason to aquire the knowledge for ones self when they can get a limited understanding from a dumbed down synopsis found online. Another reason is the focus on social engineering and indoctrination in lieu of a focus on literacy. Students today know how to protect themselves during anal sex but seem to not be able to write an articulate thought more than 126 characters. Its sad to see how far we have fallen.

Not sure what the solution is, if there is one to be found. Its just amazing to me how much more literate people were only a couple of generations ago.
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Posted by Str8tEdge
17 Apr 2015, 12:07 am

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bludog » 17 Apr 2015 12:02 am wrote:
Str8tEdge » 16 Apr 2015 11:54 pm wrote:

Then counter my point, dipshit. How much advertising does it take to force you to vote for someone?

When money buys up practically all political time on the air, the more poorly funded side gets drowned out. Only being exposed to one message, enough people believe it to tip elections. Unfortunately, money buys extra votes.


You mean people like yourself who have no critical thinking skills? I've had no problem voting third party, regardless of billions spent in political advertising.

So STOP blaming your lack of critical thinking and ignorance on others.
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Posted by Lostphoenix
17 Apr 2015, 4:30 pm

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Huey » 17 Apr 2015 4:23 pm wrote:

You have been getting your wish for the last 6 years. Remember lead from behind? How is that foreign policy working out for you?

our foreign policy is actually a blessing.

if McCain would have won, we would be at war with canada by now.

you want to rule the world in the name of the american empire?...I for one didnt sign on for that shit, so lead from behind sounds like too much leading IMO
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Posted by Technocrat
18 Apr 2015, 7:57 am

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Well, the average intelligence would go down and STDs per capita would probably go up. Everyone would go to private schools being taught evolution is a lie and that man came from mud and a rib bone and that the Earth is less than 10,000 years old.

Government would collapse and everyone would have to "pull himself up from his bootstraps" only to figure out that's fucking retarded.
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Posted by TotallyRad
18 Apr 2015, 1:55 am

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Vegas » 18 Apr 2015 12:58 am wrote:
It's a fair question. No more race baiting, no more forcing people to stay on welfare, no more entitlement mentality, no more America hating communist pigs, no more excessive taxes on the middle class, no more excessive regulations on small businesses, no more stupid people in general.

Libs hate America. I hope you all wipe your ass with 100 razors after your next run of explosive diarrhea.

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Why do you hate democracy?
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Posted by Cannonpointer
19 Apr 2015, 3:20 am

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bludog » 18 Apr 2015 3:12 pm wrote:

For convenience in this discussion, I'll agree to use your distinctions although in the public mind, capitalism and free enterprise are synonymous and always have been; Perhaps for the reason you cited. But I agree with much of what you said here.

The most important point you made, for me at least, is that capitalism, as you use the term "cannot exist without a friendly government licensing and pushing and protecting and empowering its products and its hegemony." And that "Free enterprise," by your definition, "is an economic system wherein RISK TAKERS captain their OWN enterprises, using their own capital."

If we are to change our capitalist system to a free enterprise one, we need to get money out of politics so that capitalists cannot buy their own legislation. Election campaigns must be funded entirely by taxes and limited in duration. Each candidate to receive equal funding. No more bribing of elected officials by any entity... Period. Big Money interests must be given no more access to elected officials than the rest of us. If these things are implemented, it clears the way for meaningful regulation of Wall St and industry to prevent monopoly and abuses... Regulation implemented by elected officials with no other incentive than to serve the constituents who voted them in.

All very well. But how to accomplish it?

IMO that, very briefly is what is required to create fertile soil for the rise of renewable technologies whether they be based on solar, nuclear, geothermal or who knows what is being developed in some unknown genius' garage. As it is now the fossil fuels industries are entrenched by Big Capital whose overriding concern is the bottom line. Under capitalism, we are starting to drown in our own spew and there's no end in sight yet.


It isn't a question of "changing" to free enterprise. As I pointed out, wherever you find two people, you find free enterprise. But capitalists - like communists - hate it and do what they can to murder it off. Allow me to cite just one example: Underwriters Laboratories. Anyone can build a perfectly servicable solar panel for 200 bucks in parts and a day's labor. Yet wall street sells those panels for thousand of dollars each, all day long - and free enterprise is locked out of the competition. Y'see, the vast majority of localities REQUIRE UL-Approval - and UL charges millions for "set up." So they are gate keepers on behalf of Wall Street, preventing folks who don't have access to unlimited anonymous capital (free enterprisers) from even PLAYING. They OWN the market - you pay THEIR price and you shut the fuck up and like it. Hey, the taxpayers will meet you half way - it's all good.

Free enterprise still exists - though it has been kicked out of a lot of businesses. Most grocers are wall street now, and were not when reagan began the assault on free enterprise. Ditto fast food joints. Wall Street will capture the vape market soon - and the cost will go way up, The entire hardware market is now captive. All of the media belongs to Wall Street - a complete reversal from when reagan was sworn in. 30 years ago zero pizzerias were wall street creatures. Today there are three: Papa's John, Pizza Hut and Dominos. Guess what else these three have in common? They're the only three national pizzerias which use hydrogynated oils exensively in their menus. Most pizzerias use cold pressed extra virgin olive oil. It's double the cost and ten times the quality and inspires customer loyalty. Olive oil is just as cheap as hydrogenated if you use pomace, which is shit, but much better for humans than killer hydrogenates.

My primary grocer is WinCo, employee owned. My secondary grocer is Traer Joes - privately owned. My green grocers are meskin tiendas, all privately owned.
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The idea is not to REPLACE capitalism. The idea is to overthrow it. The founders did that when they rebelled against the British East India Company. They told the truth when they said the tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of tyrants. And now I have identified the tyrants for you.
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Posted by golfboy
21 Apr 2015, 9:37 pm

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NeoConvict » 21 Apr 2015 10:12 am wrote:
Who doesn't like blow jobs/oral sex? Guys are horny. Gay guys do not have the same barrier to sex that straight ones do, fewer "headaches". I believe there is little difference between gays and straights. Gays have just been able to look past the mustache and enjoy having a partner that is arroused as often as they are.
Sorry but there is something wrong with any guy who can look at another guy's hairy ass, and get turned on.
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Posted by bobgnote
20 Apr 2015, 10:26 am

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NeoConvict » 20 Apr 2015 6:45 am wrote:
The most feminine, barbie playing, purse carrying, cross dressing man I know is happily married to a woman. I do not believe gender non conformity equates to homosexuality but it probably makes it more likely.


Of course, it falls to the lavender geeks, who vote pub, to claim marrying a fag-hag somehow denies a faggot is homosexual OR that he is busily conducting closet fire-drills, condoned by his wife, Peggy.

You piece of SHIT.

YOU ARE A FAGGOT.

Pull the dildo out of your fucking purse, shove it up your butt, and bleat, shitbag for Rubio.
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Posted by golfboy
22 Apr 2015, 4:03 pm

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Reasonable » 22 Apr 2015 4:03 pm wrote:
golfboy » 22 Apr 2015 3:44 pm wrote:
Thanks man. I'm firing up the 65 Mustang convertible that gets 12mpg, and taking her out for a ride this afternoon in honor of the earth.

Tells us something we don't know.
It's obvious you're a horrendous American and citizen of planet earth.
Thus a conservative.
I fart in your general direction.
You're just butthurt because when you "fire up" your pathetic little Prius, everyone laughs at your impotence.
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Posted by golfboy
22 Apr 2015, 4:37 pm

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Reasonable » 22 Apr 2015 4:21 pm wrote:
Racetex (RSIG) » 22 Apr 2015 4:16 pm wrote:

Should we put that predicament along side the one where you said " no way the Eagles sign TT"?

Where did I say that?
I'm just going by what people directly affiliated with the team say.
And the sports writers that cover the team. You have better information, let's hear it.


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Reasonable » 12 Mar 2015 11:21 am wrote:
Since you know nothing about football, my team has their 3 QB's set for next year.

Even the lowly Raiders don't want Tebow.
Who's the dumbass now?

Oh man, this is easy!
Reasonable » 12 Mar 2015 10:39 am wrote:
Dumb fuck doesn't understand that when #1 QB gets hurt, #2 has to play.
Has anyone hired Tebow for their #2 QB?
# 3?
Taxi squad?
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Reasonable » 12 Mar 2015 12:50 am wrote:
I agree. It's quite amazing Tebow thinks some team is gonna want his services.

Reasonable » 17 Mar 2015 7:19 pm wrote:
How do you know a con is lying?
He breathing.

We libs always have to educate you dumb fucks. This is a perfect example, you know now that the Eagles were not interested in Tebow one iota, but you can't handle the truth.
They have 4 QB's on the roster and you actually thought they'd cut someone for Tebow. A QB that's been out of the league since 2012. :rofl:
Your knowledge of football matches your knowledge of politics.
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Reasonable » 17 Mar 2015 7:19 pm wrote:
How do you know a con is lying?
He breathing.

We libs always have to educate you dumb fucks. This is a perfect example, you know now that the Eagles were not interested in Tebow one iota, but you can't handle the truth.
They have 4 QB's on the roster and you actually thought they'd cut someone for Tebow. A QB that's been out of the league since 2012. :rofl:
Your knowledge of football matches your knowledge of politics.
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Posted by Misty
23 Apr 2015, 8:14 pm

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Annoyed Liberall » 23 Apr 2015 1:00 pm wrote:
Across the board. For everyone. State sanctioned murder is still murder. Thou shalt not kill.

Because states can no longer get the drugs they need to execute people, they have taken to experimenting with other methods.

The state of Oklahoma has decided that they are going to use nitrogen gas to execute people.
Of course it's never been tested, so what could go wrong?

Oklahoma became the first US state to approve nitrogen gas for executions under a measure Governor Mary Fallin signed into law Friday that provides an alternative death penalty method if lethal injections aren’t possible, either because of a court ruling or a drug shortage.

There are no reports of nitrogen gas ever being used to execute humans, and critics say that one concern is that the method is untested. Some states even ban its use to put animals to sleep.

“The process is fast and painless,” said Republican representative Mike Christian, a former Oklahoma Highway Patrol trooper who wrote the bill. “It’s foolproof.”
http://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2015 ... th-penalty

Nitrogen gas is not a state-sanctioned execution method anywhere else in the world.
Rep. Mike Christian sponsored the legislation after reading a 2014 article in Slate Magazine.

Ask a Republican about Climate Change, and they will tell you that they are not scientists.
But ask them how to execute someone and all of a sudden they become scientific and medical geniuses.
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Posted by Annoyed Liberall
23 Apr 2015, 9:39 pm

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So, the neocons are all for murder unless its an unborn baby.

Got it.

they are hypocrites. No surprise....
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Posted by Misty
25 Apr 2015, 2:33 pm

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Reasonable » 25 Apr 2015 12:06 pm wrote:
Mass is indicative of 1950's type thinking. So is the Republican Party..., which is why he is their biggest fan.

I was more shocked that Jenner came out as a Republican than as a woman.
I wonder if any of them will ask him to campaign for them? :rofl:
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Posted by crimsongulf
25 Apr 2015, 6:53 pm

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Four pages and not a single accomplishment. Multiple diversion attempts, but no accomplishments.
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Posted by TotallyRad
27 Apr 2015, 8:29 am

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I think finding a gay friendly bakery would be a much easier solution than suing a bakery for not making a same sex wedding cake.

Frankly, Its not that hard.
https://www.google.com/?gws_rd=ssl#safe ... y+bakeries

What really gets to me is that fact that we feel the need to penalize folks for not sharing our beliefs.
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Posted by crimsongulf
26 Apr 2015, 5:00 pm

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Reasonable » 26 Apr 2015 3:49 pm wrote:
What does this have to do with the republicans helping people and corporations CHEAT on their taxes,
Thanks for proving YOU'RE the dumbalina and cant read.


Got a shit load to do with it imbecile. Republicans are not helping anyone cheat, they are forcing a bloated, wasteful bureaucracy to live within their means.

In the meantime the left (mslsd) simply highlights the sheer hypocrisy of the ignorant left. You are included in that group of imbeciles, moron.
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Posted by onlyaladd
27 Apr 2015, 3:56 pm

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MassLiberty » 27 Apr 2015 3:34 pm wrote:

No. You all got it ass backwards.

Who the hell are you to say who he is?
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28 Apr 2015, 12:13 am

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Cocaine Import Agency up to their dirty tricks again.
They got caught yet again.
More proof the the war on drugs is a total fraud.
Way to go Patriots!
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El Paso| A group of minutemen watching the Mexican Border for illegal migrants and drug traffickers, have proceeded to the citizen arrest of two men in an SUV, carrying 1300 pounds of cocaine. The volunteers were completely astonished when the two arrestees pulled out CIA ID cards and explained they were actually carrying the drug as part of their duties and that the cargo belonged to the Central Intelligence Agency.

The incident took place last night, in the Chihuahuan desert, near the Texan city of El Paso. A group of seven minutemen saw a large black SUV drive rapidly across the border. They chased the vehicle in their own trucks and achieved to immobilize it after a chase of more than 15 miles.
The vigilantes arrested the two men on board and called the border patrol, who proceeded to search the vehicle. They discovered dozens of packages of cocaine, totaling an incredible 618.4 kilograms (1363 pounds).
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The search of the vehicle revealed 36 packages of cocaine, all marked with the symbol of the Sinaloa Cartel, representing a black scorpion.
The two men claim to be CIA operatives based in Mexico and explained that the drug was actually part of an operation of the agency. They presented identity cards that seem to validate their claim, but the CIA spokesperson, Dean Boyd, has officially denied any link between the organization and the two men.
“The CIA doesn’t take part in drug smuggling operations at the US-Mexican border” said M. Boyd. “I do not know, for now, if the men are actually affiliated to the agency in any way, but I can tell you the cocaine doesn’t belong to the CIA.”

Both the border patrol officers and minutemen seem unconvinced, however, and many of them seem to believe that the secret service agency is hiding something. The U.S. custom services have even announced a thorough investigation to try and verify the two men’s story.
“Both of them had valid Accreditation and a receipt for their cargo” says Shawn Francis Miller, spokesman of the U.S. Customs and Border Protection for the El Paso sector.“What drug dealer in his right mind, demands a receipt for 1300 pounds of cocaine? There is really something strange about these guys, and we believe the CIA possibly knows more than what it is ready to admit.”
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The custom services have confirmed that the two men, who can’t be identified due to the Intelligence Identities and Protection Act of 1982, did carry valid CIA identifications and that the vehicle was indeed registered as a service vehicle of the organization.
The two men remain under the custody of the custom services at the moment, and are still being interrogated in a facility near El Paso. They are facing charges of possessing, trafficking and importing illegal drugs, and could face other criminal charges once the investigation is over.
Both the FBI and the DEA have announced that they would collaborate with the U.S. Customs and Border Protection on this case, which as already attracted a lot of attention in Southern Texas.
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Posted by onlyaladd
28 Apr 2015, 12:13 am

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Str8tEdge » 27 Apr 2015 11:42 pm wrote:

Then EXPLAIN the HYPOCRISY, DIPSHIT. You made a claim and now it's your time to shine!!!! :drool: :drool: :drool: :drool:

Post 136 sums it up.
Jesus was very concerned with wealth and riches being evil.
Jesus said nothing about homosexuality.

Jesus's followers here in modern America say nothing about riches and are very concerned with homosexuality.

Get it?
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Posted by Cannonpointer
30 Apr 2015, 1:27 am

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Endoscopy » 29 Apr 2015 10:19 pm wrote:
Oh goody goody. Another conspiracy theory. I love to collect them. Are the royal family connected to the Jewish banker conspiracy as well. Who all does the royal family connect to. Tell us more please!!!!


No. Sorry to disappoint you, queenie.

As a door prize, you can suck my ass, loser.
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