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Huey » 2 minutes ago » wrote: Not relevant.  You want have a discussion about this go start a tribute thread.  Try commenting on the topic.

Whoh told you it was stupid?  I can only assume you are not informed and also think the extra unemployment has no effect on the work force. 
When topics distract everyone from the whole, all that is left is everyone taking sides believing what does, can't be.

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IkeBana » 30 minutes ago » wrote: HEY HUEY...REASON NUMBER THREE THERE'S NO MORE LEGIT DEBATE IN THIS ****.

And I provided a link that has all of the points and counterpoints to include cedars argument.  
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Blackvegetable » 27 minutes ago » wrote: When did you first read your citation from the NYT?
Not relevant.  You want have a discussion about this go start a tribute thread.  Try commenting on the topic.

Whoh told you it was stupid?  I can only assume you are not informed and also think the extra unemployment has no effect on the work force. 
While hard to differentiate by sight, the AR-15 and M16 platform are vastly different as semi-automatic vs. fully automatic.


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IkeBana » 42 minutes ago » wrote: Biden hits 63 percent approval rating in new AP poll

And from the same AP-NORC poll the approval rating on his handling of the pandemic is at 71%.

Go ahead kick out, and then vote out Liz Cheney in 2022, and censure Adam Kinzinger.  It's not gonna help.  Those white collar, big city, and suburban Republicans are not going along with you.
Another brain-dead liberal who never would think of bothering to check out how a poll oversamples Democrats and minorities, and then pats himself on the back because they came up with a poll that favors such a demented moron!


 
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constantly, forever, eternally, eternity has a core moment here as you are part of the ever changing compounding transitional total sum now.

How and why details never stay same what, where, when, who results twice.
Visual aids to geometric forms shaping gaseous, liquid, mineral characteristics into universe being exactly everything going on now as specific as each ancestors occupying space to limited galaxies currently sustaining planetary positions for 5 billion revolutions so far.
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Vegasgiants » 31 minutes ago » wrote: **** off.  You just are looking for an excuse to spread your hate

Nah, you thought you had a gotcha moment and ended getting your *** kicked.  Generally when you post "**** off" you are pissed.
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Jantje_Smit » 21 minutes ago » wrote: And you're working on disqualifying anything we say... if we are agressive that would make you agressive too..

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Is he hinting we are both aggressive ganging up on him? :?:  
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Did anyone expect this to blow up?  Maybe people are seeing the light and realizing his is out for himself only.

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Four months after former President Donald Trump was banished from most mainstream social media platforms, he returned to the web last Tuesday with “From the Desk of Donald J. Trump,” essentially a blog for his musings.

 A week since the unveiling, social media data suggests things are not going well. 

 The ex-president’s blog has drawn a considerably smaller audience than his once-powerful social media accounts, according to engagement data compiled with BuzzSumo, a social media analytics company. The data offers a hint that while Trump remains a political force, his online footprint is still dependent on returning to Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.

 The Desk of Donald J. Trump is limited — users can’t comment or engage with the actual posts beyond sharing them to other platforms, an action few people do, according to the data. 

 Trump’s new blog has attracted a little over 212,000 engagements, defined as backlinks and social interactions — including likes, shares and comments — received across Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Reddit. Before the ban, a single Trump tweet was typically liked and retweeted hundreds of thousands of times.

 The blog posts come in the form of statements that are also sent to supporters via email. In the multiple daily notes, Trump has attacked his political enemies and endorsed faithful supporters, continued to push false claims and conspiracy theories, and opined on news of the day.

 Trump's bans cost him the ability to communicate with millions of people: 88 million followers on Twitter, 32 million on Facebook, and 24 million on Instagram. Trump had just around 3 million YouTube subscribers, but his videos regularly racked up millions of views.

 A CNBC analysis of Trump’s tweets in January found his most-liked tweets spread disinformation. But the conspiracy theories and name-calling that the former president has spread via his blog don’t seem to move the way they did when Trump benefited from the dual platforms of the White House and traditional social media. Trump has called his statements a “more elegant” alternative to tweeting, telling Newsmax’s Greg Kelly in March, “I like this better than Twitter. Actually they did us a favor.”

 The most popular shares of Trump’s new content came from conservative outlets and activists. The top post on the blog, in which Trump railed against the Facebook Oversight Board’s decision to uphold his Facebook ban, garnered just 16,000 engagements. 

 Could people be sharing Trump’s posts through other means? Not likely. Another popular method of sharing, posting screenshots of posts, is also not particularly popular with Trump’s blog posts, racking up just a few thousand shares per post on average, according to a search of image text using CrowdTangle, Facebook’s social media analysis tool. 

 This is far from Trump’s first experience with blogging. Trump’s previous blog, kept in the mid-2000s on the website of the now defunct for-profit real estate school Trump University, followed a similar structure but was allegedly ghost-written

 A blow to the newest blog’s reach came last week when Twitter booted an account with more than 2,100 followers that primarily shared Trump’s blog posts. Despite a note in its bio that explicitly stated, “Not Donald J. Trump Tweeting,” Twitter permanently suspended the account. 

 “We’ll take enforcement action on accounts whose apparent intent is to replace or promote content affiliated with a suspended account,” a Twitter spokesperson said.Trump was either temporarily or permanently banned from Twitter, Facebook and YouTube following what the social media companies said was his glorification of the rioters at the Capitol on Jan. 6. Trump’s Twitter ban is permanent, and his temporary YouTube suspension will be lifted when the company decides that the threat of violence is no longer imminent. The length of his currently “indefinite” Facebook suspension will be decided by the company in the next six months, as ordered by the Facebook Oversight Board last week. 

 Trump’s deplatforming has caused political uproar, mostly from conservative politicians and pundits who argue that the widespread bans are just the latest example of social media’s censorship of conservative voices. Research has consistently found no evidence of anti-conservative bias from the most popular social media platforms.

 The Trump blog’s low engagement numbers seem to suggest that the practice of deplatforming, or cutting off a user from their followers and thereby severing networks of common followers, is broadly effective and can be used to reduce hate speech and glorification of violence from mainstream platforms. It also seemingly restricts a public figure’s ability to attract a similar audience on an alternative platform. 

 A limited but growing body of academic research suggests that while de-platforming can clean up a platform and reduce the size of extremist communities, there are unintended consequences when a community migrates to their own, self-hosted platform.

 Jeremy Blackburn, an assistant professor of computer science at New York’s Binghamton University who co-wrote some of this research, said Trump’s move is even more limiting. 

 “In the case of Trump's new platform, it is so technologically primitive that there is no way for his followers to even migrate,” Blackburn said. “Who cares about a platform where you can't even own the libs? There are plenty of other newsletters that people have been adding to their spam boxes for years.”

 Trump’s team isn’t giving up on getting his messages back in front of a large, engaged audience, though. Following ridicule of the new blog, Trump senior adviser Jason Miller told followers to hold out.

 “President Trump’s website is a great resource to find his latest statements and highlights from his first term in office, but this is not a new social media platform,” Miller tweeted. “We’ll have additional information coming on that front in the very near future.”
 


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IkeBana » 30 minutes ago » wrote: HEY HUEY...REASON NUMBER THREE THERE'S NO MORE LEGIT DEBATE IN THIS ****.
You posted a poll, I gave you a counterpoint showing your poll to be flawed. I think they call that debate. :drool:  
 
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What are you wearing? :wub:  
 
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Jantje_Smit » 21 minutes ago » wrote: And you're working on disqualifying anything we say... if we are agressive that would make you agressive too..

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correcting incomplete data isn't attacking everyone's facts that cannot prove or disprove why and how the specificity of lifetimes are directly proportionate to conceptions added now each generation a species was relative to timed apart in this atmosphere from now on.

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Urbane Meyer is crazy. He's "retired" twice because of mental issues.
 
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Blackvegetable » 22 minutes ago » wrote: How has anything like that been "proven"?

I've always told you Grifty is a fraud...now you know.
YOU'RE the fraud and the liar once again!  You made the idiotic claim when you ask, "Who doesn't hate Trump", didn't you?

So, how often do YOU vote for somebody who you hate?

 
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Cedar » 37 minutes ago » wrote: They over sampled *** and gooks.
Classy :rolleyes:    
 

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IkeBana » 42 minutes ago » wrote: Biden hits 63 percent approval rating in new AP poll

And from the same AP-NORC poll the approval rating on his handling of the pandemic is at 71%.

Go ahead kick out, and then vote out Liz Cheney in 2022, and censure Adam Kinzinger.  It's not gonna help.  Those white collar, big city, and suburban Republicans are not going along with you.
Good for him. I did not really want to vote for him, but there was no other choice. He's out there trying to move the country forward. People who are seeing him make the effort.

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Phoenix68.2.0 » 33 minutes ago » wrote: Ya' gotta figure....his supporters haven't had that many "wins" in their lives....especially all o' those, in their mid-30s, WHO'D NEVER VOTED, BEFORE....and, just to be obstinate, would easily vote, for him, again....primarily because Spanky has promised them same ol', same ol'.
He was supposed to be different. He was different, alright. We see how that turned out.
 

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omh » 52 minutes ago » wrote: parallel and equal as in series its two sides working on disqualifying anything I say.
 
And you're working on disqualifying anything we say... if we are agressive that would make you agressive too..

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