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Cannonpointer » 25 Feb 2021, 12:12 am » wrote:
solon » 22 Feb 2021, 12:44 pm » wrote: Very good and the very IDEA that speech be protected from the consequnces of it is ridiculous if I go around my niebhborhood and tell people I am collecting for a charity then keep the money  I cannot then claim I am protected from FRAUD CHARGES because of free speech
What if I tell everyone that I am a woman, when I am clearly a biological male. 

Should I be corrected, or patronized in my error?

Take your time, sweetie - take your time.
 
Okay, so, just for the record, when I said take your time, I did not mean duck the question.

You flapped your nose vadge - stand and deliver, you ignorant slut bucket.
 
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Dr.Sliptinschit » 45 minutes ago » wrote: Dr. Morbius?

That is a fake Doctor name if I ever heard one.

They said the same thing about Dr. Feelgood.
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DrMorbius » 24 Feb 2021, 7:56 pm » wrote: Wave your hand in the air: you're displacing molecules, which is a minor consequence but a consequence nonetheless.
Insult someone: depending on the sensitivity of your target and the sharpness of your barb, you've hurt feelings or motivated revenge.  A larger consequence.
Dump chemicals in a stream: you may have polluted the drinking water of an unknown number of people.

I cannot imagine an action without a consequence.  Can you offer an example of an action which yields no consequence?  I'm doubtful.

My point was that to the extent that the consequences of one's action do no harm to anyone else, one is and should be entirely free to undertake those actions.  When one chooses actions that do harm, the consequences extend beyond the individual and are therefore no longer "free" actions but are abusive.

That was our takeaway. 

But we are not schizophrenic. 
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Taipan » Yesterday, 6:08 pm » wrote: You are talking ****.
Like Sole.
Here......I will walk you home........and then dump you on your front porch.
That is the best I can do.
                                                                                               
P.S.     I want the imogi screen that K-Dog has.
           Get off your drunk ***...............and deliver once in a while.                  
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I prefer ours. 

You  cannot earn rep points there. You cannot then use the rep points to buy stickies and peanut gallery threads. 

Why do you hate democracy?
 
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Vegasgiants » 26 Feb 2021, 1:31 pm » wrote: The US has the highest gun death rate of any first world country.

Reasonable and common sense gun control can reduce these gun deaths

Love the new sig. I was a bit offput by the smallness of your previous iteration. :)
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BlueDevil » 26 Feb 2021, 6:05 pm » wrote: https://www.foxnews.com/opinion/cuomo-s ... gg-jarrett

no more women should be believed.  No more pound me too.  No more did they let you grab their ******.  I guess it’s all good now.

They will literally shout you down as a bigot if you stop a man from entering the gym shower with your wife or daughter.

The left is **** in the mouth of the women's movement.
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Vegasgiants » 26 Feb 2021, 1:38 pm » wrote: Name a first world country that is ahead of us.  If the best we can do is beat el Salvador we have failed as a nation

Universal bc's 
Gun registration 
Waiting periods
Mandatory training
Gun licensing to purchase guns or ammo
Doctors report to the bc system

Do you see this as one size fits all, or do you feel that the laws in Laramie should be a bit more loose than the laws in New York City?
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Vegasgiants » Yesterday, 8:27 pm » wrote: That's only because you're an idiot.  Lol

This is your thread - spam it up if you like.

I won't be here to see it, though. Ta. :)
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Vegas » Yesterday, 1:01 pm » wrote: I actually forgot the question. Are you asking if I am gay? No, I am not gay.

Your gayness has never been questioned by me, sir. 
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DeezerShoove » 27 Feb 2021, 9:59 pm » wrote: By not washing your hands.
Wear a mask on each hand.
I have been masking my hands or wearing surgical gloves throughout. You are the first nondoctor I have seen give this advice. 

Haven't seen a doctor give it, either. 

I usually wear hot pink gloves, to draw attention to the need for all of us to glove up. 

It also helps to always be ready for *** play - never know when an elevator ride is gonna go long. 
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Phoenix68.2.0 » 26 Feb 2021, 3:55 pm » wrote: Image
So the person, who's been vaccinated, doesn't get an unvaccinated person sick.
What do you kids learn, during the day (in school), anyhow???????

The unvaccinated person is responsible for his health. I am responsible for my own. 

Why should a man with an excellent immune system take an experimental vaccine that was rushed to market with legal exemptions to scrutiny, in order to protect a fellow with a weak immune system who refuses the vaccine?

He takes his chances. 
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Gold Announcer, soto voce: "This crowd is really behind what's left of Tiger Woods..."
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PXiZ1102 » 26 Feb 2021, 3:47 pm » wrote: "Question: If we have an effective vaccine, why is the populace still masked?"

The Conspiracy Theory, (which I could believe was true if I saw proof that the suspicion confirmed), is to acclimatize us to more readily accept a nation of mask-wearing Muslima so they won't be discriminated against some day.
Or to beta test next gen facial recognition software while enjoying bullying stupid asses. 

I do not mask in public. 
 
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GeorgeWashington » 26 Feb 2021, 3:24 pm » wrote: The covid vaccine is experimental and is not “fda approved” in the conventional sense. It is allowed under an emergency use authorization only.
Sorry, disqualified.

These are facts, not theories.

Question: If we have an effective vaccine, why is the populace still masked?

If we DON'T have an effective vaccine, why should I get myself poked with it?
 
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PXiZ1102 » 26 Feb 2021, 1:53 pm » wrote: After thinking about your post, I tried to review my reasons for feeling as I do about the French. And though there are many things to admire in/about the French, I will admire them to whatever degree I do, to myself.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paths_of_Glory

Paths Of Glory(1957) - Theatrical trailer
https://youtu.be/OynDxjA5ZaY

Too much of what I see wrong about the French reminds me of what I believe is wrong with America.

The worst aspects of Liberalism and now also Progressivism.
I remain a committed Francophile, sir. It's the brits you want to bash, I assure you. And even them I respect, for being the toughest damned bulldogs you would ever wanna cross swords with. 
 
Enjoyed the trailer, though - thanks.
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PXiZ1102 » 26 Feb 2021, 6:49 am » wrote: I suspect there may be similarities between the general French attitudes today and the character projected by the fictional Police Capt. Louis Renault in the film, Casablanca.

https://www.sparknotes.com/film/casabla ... s-renault/

What I (cynically) gather from this character portrait is that when Louis no longer needs Rick Blaine, and some opportunity presents itself for Louis to personally benefit, he would turn his back on Rick but do it in a charming way.

And that is how I see the French today.

Fair weather friends, but maybe just a little more than that, owing to the need the French have for the USA, economically and militarily. Even though there are no Nazi's threatening their freedom and prompting an obvious reliance on our country's might, they are still challenged by international foes and feel more secure having a friend (no matter the weather) in Uncle Sam.

But the people are still too Progressive for their own good or ours.

I quite like this critique, disagree with it though I do. A Francophile myself, I see the French through a more charitable lens. I respect the balls of the French in standing up to government on a fairly regular basis. And I see the progressivism in France the way I see it here. I do not mistake the cancer for the meat.

The French were the world's America, back before there was an America. A melting pot of Franks, Romans, Celts, Gauls, Ligurians, Britons, Scandanavians and a dozen other ethnicities, the French were great improvisers, tacticians, strategists and inventors who contributed mightily to our daily lives right up to modern times with their philosophies, military innovations, architectural triumphs and medical inventions. They just about invented fine dining. The French bring game. 
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solon » 26 Feb 2021, 1:35 pm » wrote: Once again I agree with you. Especially the way the French people stand up to government when THEIR interests are threatened . If only Americans had the stones to do that regularly WORKERS would have a better deal in the US
Correct. A French worker has more earned and legitimate dignity and self respect in his big toe than a texan or arkansan has in his entire body. 
 
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IkeBana » 25 Feb 2021, 10:21 pm » wrote: BWAAHAHAH!  You pathetic rent boi.  According to you schmucks, Joe Biden was gonna spend the next four years sucking Iranian ***.  Wrong again.

I was against trump's removal of obama's agreement, **** ***. 

I am also against BIDEN **** with Iran.

I wish he WOULD stop carrying zionist water, you **** idiot - and bring our troops home: something you shouted for when a repuke was in office, you weak piece of ****.
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So the iranian backed militia is there to mop up ISIS forces and stabilize the legitimate government of Syria, which is the only protection that Syria's 2 million Christians have against the radical islamic fanatics - sorry, "moderate rebels" - trying to overthrow the government.
 
Attacking them helps ISIS - plain and simple. Biden is defending ISIS - which is his job, since ISIS is a U.S. proxy.
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Only weak ideas must be protected from debate, and only religions declare people heretics.

Nostalgia is a crime against past and present
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