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DeezerShoove » Today, 8:52 pm » wrote: I don't believe you.
SHOVE IT SHOOVE! It happened just the way I said it did! :x   :x   :x  
 

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DeezerShoove » Today, 6:36 am » wrote: I don't like to belittle a person of modest means. They have their lot in life to contend with like anyone else.
But, when being in that situation clouds a person's judgement, it signals irrational fear on their part.

A "friend" I had for many years was financially strapped in more ways than one. Biggest way was laziness.

His politics were very left-leaning because he felt that he should not risk what little government dole he received.
Consequently, he voted, argued, acted in support of all things left-wing.
Example...
He was alone, in a bulldozer house, unhealthy habits, bitter, eventually died during hospitalization (on our dime), etc.
But he would rant about abortions "rights" for teenage girls. He was of dubious character regarding young girls.

Ultimately, all he ever wanted was free handouts and lefties promised those... 
Of course, they had a trainload of baggage too.
My hermit friend felt somehow obligated to support the entire leftie program to ensure his stipend.

**** stupid... Nuckin Futz... Same same. Clouded.
my ex has an uncle who is similar. Never worked in his life, been on disability for many years. he lives in a run down shack, walls peeling, roof busted exposing pipes etc.. gets every govt benefit.  Food stamps, Medicaid, every handout he can find, in the hours he is not at the welfare office, he is on FB and other social outlets constantly hating every Democrat politician, praising everything right wing, and hating on anyone who doesn’t work always attacking anyone on any form of government assistance,  calling them lazy, parasites, moochers,  etc.  
 
 
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DeezerShoove » Today, 7:08 pm » wrote: He and I had MANY heated arguments over the years.
Consequently, I ended up hearing the same mantra from him in various forms repeatedly.
I summed it up for him so many times: "It just doesn't have to be this way."
That was the basis for so much of his worldview and specific politics.

I have used 'my phrase' to sum up people here in NHB a few times.
When all else fails, they get to that point of no return. You know: fantasy.

It's like some of them have a USB port in the back of their skull.    :blink:  

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DeezerShoove » Today, 6:36 am » wrote: I don't like to belittle a person of modest means. They have their lot in life to contend with like anyone else.
But, when being in that situation clouds a person's judgement, it signals irrational fear on their part.

A "friend" I had for many years was financially strapped in more ways than one. Biggest way was laziness.

His politics were very left-leaning because he felt that he should not risk what little government dole he received.
Consequently, he voted, argued, acted in support of all things left-wing.
Example...
He was alone, in a bulldozer house, unhealthy habits, bitter, eventually died during hospitalization (on our dime), etc.
But he would rant about abortions "rights" for teenage girls. He was of dubious character regarding young girls.

Ultimately, all he ever wanted was free handouts and lefties promised those... 
Of course, they had a trainload of baggage too.
My hermit friend felt somehow obligated to support the entire leftie program to ensure his stipend.

**** stupid... Nuckin Futz... Same same. Clouded.

Sounds like he lived a sad life.  Sorry to hear that.

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DeezerShoove » Today, 6:13 am » wrote: You are one of the dumbest **** here.
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DeezerShoove » 17 Aug 2022, 7:18 pm » wrote: I had my one an only cubano sandwich at a Bahama Breeze in Florida.

It sucked. Just an over-cheesed mess.

Was I hood-winked by the movie "Chef"? Or is that really a good sammich?
Sorry Deezer, but then it wasn't made well. I'm surprised, being in Florida. A Cuban sandwich is one of the most delicious sandwiches you can ever have. 

They made a movie about it! 

Just google "best sandwich ever", and on the list is the Cuban sandwich on #6, which i disagree, but it's still top 10! 
 
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DeezerShoove » 17 Aug 2022, 7:10 pm » wrote: I will help out:
How do volcanoes contribute to worldwide malnutrition?

I have their game down pat.
Mince and parse. Cherry pick. Feign misunderstanding any nuance.

Although reminding him that it's tough to grow carrots on a lava flow
may save me from the razor sharp logic he will visit upon poor lil ol' me...

almost...first make your eyes bug out....then you need to say the word "right?" after each sentence and do it as if it was a question....but quickly keep talking so no one has time to answer the question...just keep over talking everyone and hope no one see's it worth interrupting the guy with the crazy eyes
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DeezerShoove » 17 Aug 2022, 5:32 pm » wrote: Santa Sangre is another "get sucked in for some reason" movie.

For completely different reasons...
Back in the 80 and 90s, when we all had subscriptions at the local video store and you could take out five at a time on VCR for your monthly fee, I figured out what we now call a "hack." It was not cheap to put a movie in my hand - not like now. You hadda put it on tape, in a box, and then ship the box to my town. That's an investment. 

Add the complexity of doing it with  foreign film, and the narrowness of the market for such (Most yanks are too lazy for subtitles), and you've got  PILE of disincentives. Nothing on the foreign film rack would be dreck. Only the best would be there. That was all the incentive I needed. If it was on the foreign rack in my video store, it wound up in my VCR. I considered it a duty, an honor and a privilege to patronize the art of my day; and film figgered big on the list. So I dove head first into the foreign film rack, wherever I was. 

I developed a director's eye - it gave me a much deeper appreciation of the art. The discipline of watching only the best was likely why I IMMEDIATELY smelled a rat when I watched Inconvenient Truth. I knew what I was seeing, what had gone into making it. I knew WHY the camera was doing what it was doing. I was not being swept along by the current; rather, I was observing the current, and noticing what had gone into creating it. Had I possessed the sensibilities of the average film consumer, who knows? Algore might have taken me in. 

Our grandparents fell for Reefer Madness. WE see that film as HOKEY. But our grands & great grands were less sophisticated. And perhaps as far ahead in the game as we are compared to them, I am that far ahead of my contemporaries, for having made a recreational study of the art form. 

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DeezerShoove » 17 Aug 2022, 6:49 pm » wrote: C'mon, man...

For an ugly, greasy ****, he's quite a hero.

:)  

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DeezerShoove » 17 Aug 2022, 6:44 pm » wrote: So are volcanoes and swamps.

oh oh...now you've gone and made sense....how's he going to deal with that?
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Like people, the farther from home, the worse tax dollars behave

When your map disputes the territory, your map is wrong - not the territory
There is no retreating FROM a home - only to
Invisible Hands pick pockets
Humanity's law of the jungle is survival of the tribe

Only weak ideas must be protected from debate, and only religions declare people heretics

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DeezerShoove » 14 Aug 2022, 4:41 pm » wrote: Here we go, Big Brother Lovers.

Let's disarm citizens, BUT:

"The agency’s job description for new agents says that employees must “carry a firearm and be willing to use deadly force, if necessary.”
Take your money OUT of the big banks NOW!
they're weaponizing money!
shutting off accounts. This is the new gig!
Do Not wait TOO LONG!
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*****"If you don’t stop it, I shall report you to one of the agencies that deal with this kind of behaviour. Then the whole site will be under surveillance"*******

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DeezerShoove » 14 Aug 2022, 4:41 pm » wrote: Here we go, Big Brother Lovers.

Let's disarm citizens, BUT:

"The agency’s job description for new agents says that employees must “carry a firearm and be willing to use deadly force, if necessary.”
Damn, we are gonna have a bunch or armed guys running around who look like     @Blackvegetable    acting out their Dirty Harry fetish.  

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**** the parents...if they aren't raising their kids to appreciate Reality, there is no reason for the power of the State to back ' em up in denial.

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DeezerShoove » 14 Aug 2022, 4:41 pm » wrote: Here we go, Big Brother Lovers.

Let's disarm citizens, BUT:

"The agency’s job description for new agents says that employees must “carry a firearm and be willing to use deadly force, if necessary.”

Now I see why the IRS bought so much ammo a while back.

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DeezerShoove » 14 Aug 2022, 4:41 pm » wrote: Here we go, Big Brother Lovers.

Let's disarm citizens, BUT:

"The agency’s job description for new agents says that employees must “carry a firearm and be willing to use deadly force, if necessary.”
Until we do....


**** imbecile. 
 
If you are smart and had critical thinking skills you would be able to figure out. This is another stupid question on your part.

Why Smelly Mincing Mendacious Midgets, And Like Cretins, Must Always Answer BV's Questions The 1st Time.

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DeezerShoove » 14 Aug 2022, 4:41 pm » wrote: Here we go, Big Brother Lovers.

Let's disarm citizens, BUT:

"The agency’s job description for new agents says that employees must “carry a firearm and be willing to use deadly force, if necessary.”

Why do they need firearms? Protect them from those scary elderly ladies on social security?
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Rule 1: No questions/demands allowed until you can prove that you habitually answer everyone else's questions the first time around.

Notice the bolded word. Answering one ot two questions is hardly habitual.

Rule 2: No more redundancy. Only people with severe low IQs say the same crap over and over. It''s due to a level 2+ deficiency.

Stipulations to abide by them :rofl: :rofl: You don't have a choice.

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DeezerShoove » 12 Aug 2022, 7:51 am » wrote: That's what FOS says is kind of the problem white people have these days.
We don't do that as much as compared to the other colors.

Even in vastly majority white areas, blacks are much safer than the reverse scenarios.
 
It's ok  . . .  barring some drastic actions  . . .  it won't last long anymore:

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DORKUS DELECTI! :lol:   :lol:   :lol:  
 

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DeezerShoove » 09 Aug 2022, 7:37 am » wrote: Where do you think the Windsor royal name came from?
The Royal Family are Germans,  the surname was Battenburg, translated as Mountbatten.  Being as they were fighting the Germans, they felt that their Royal house should bear a proper English name. They chose to name themselves after Windsor Castle.
Windsor is Norman French, and means "riverbank with a windless".

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