You did, point taken.
Injun? Is Dennis in the Wannabe Tribe? Light skinned ****** with self loathing.Jantje_Smit » Yesterday, 7:07 am » wrote: ↑
Seems a bit harsh, Capt Overreaction.Vegasgiants » 27 Feb 2021, 4:54 pm » wrote: ↑
U.S. says more than 300 people charged to date over Capitol riots | Reuters
Deal with it you obese ****, the congressional record will always say “Not Guilty.”Isabel » 27 Feb 2021, 7:00 pm » wrote: ↑
Not even in your stupid hillbilly head does that mean "Not Guilty".
And - FYI - your constant grunting of "Fat! Fat Fat!" gives away that YOU are a fat pig.
Deal with it, you fat hillbilly.
Because masks have never been about safety, masks were a trial to see what percent of the population could be controlled easily. Masks don’t work, if they did the virus would have been gone months ago, it’s still not been proven if the vaccines work, the ones saying they’re effective are the same people that stand to make billions on that being true.
I figured BV out, he's a contrary child.Huey » 26 Feb 2021, 2:15 pm » wrote: ↑
Gun homicides and assaults are concentrated in cities.
One analysis found that in 2015, half of all gun homicides in the U.S. took place in just 127 cities, which together contain less than a quarter of the country’s population.3 31 percent of gun murders occurred in the 50 cities with the highest murder rates, though only 6 percent of Americans live in these cities.4Individuals in these cities are 5 times more likely to be murdered with a gun than Americans overall.5In some cities, the risk is much higher: residents of Jackson, MS are 9 times more likely to be the victims of a gun murder than Americans overall.6 In New Orleans, residents face a gun murder rate 11 times greater than other Americans.7
https://everytownresearch.org/report/gu ... in-cities/
It does make a difference as you can't legislate or ban illegal guns out of existence.
I’m old enough to remember when every action Trump took was the start of WWIII.
I don’t derive my strength and power from the government, I find it sad that you do.
Pretty sure we’re gonna need to get used to saying President Harris before this year is up.
It’s not like Coke wasn’t already the ghetto cola.nefarious101 » 23 Feb 2021, 5:40 am » wrote: ↑
They know nothing about military logistics.
We all thought Ricky stroked out at the beginning, I think there was a genuine concern.
Stop hanging out in gay bars.
That's a weird sexual fantasy, freak,
You’re parents must have been some real pieces of ****.Bidennextpresident » 20 Feb 2021, 8:47 pm » wrote: ↑
But our roughness certainly isn’t going to lead anyone to the light, and it may well encourage its targets to hunker down in their resentment, double down on their rage and stray less frequently onto terrain where they might mingle with people who hold at least slightly divergent views.
https://www.nytimes.com/2021/02/20/opin ... pe=Article
Absolutely disagree with the editorial.
Liberals need to stop being pussies and pretending that if you're nice to a bully they will treat you nicely.
When you resort to changing someones words you're already admitting defeat.