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Cannonpointer » 21 Jan 2023, 12:07 am » wrote: Back in the day, I would float a sweet parody takedown of a fox news narrative, blasting holes in it - and two weeks later, my parody would be a bit, fleshed out by Jon Stewart on the Daily Show. The first time it happened, I chalked it up to parallel thinking. The second time, I was like, huh... After this happened three times in a row, it became clear to me that my ideas were being mined by one of Stewart's writers. Sadly, I commented on it, and it never happened again. The wicked flee when no man persueth. I had no problem with it.

The audience here is bigger than you might suspect. The MEMBERSHIP is not large. But we get a lot of eyeballs.
Perhaps I should be more professional.
As it is, I do post with clarity and sentence structure.

That's akin to Charles Manson having good penmanship, I suppose.

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The parallel thinking you mentioned is a very real and not infrequent occurrence.
At the same time, mining for ideas from a public forum isn't plagiarism in it's worst form.
So, I believe that it may have happened as you suspect. It's plausible.
That show, after all, will put the stupidest crap on...  Image  
 

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Cannonpointer » 20 Jan 2023, 10:23 pm » wrote: Works for the state - likely vaxxed. It destorys your natural immunity.
good point...

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DeezerShoove » 21 Jan 2023, 12:23 am » wrote: Perhaps I should be more professional.
As it is, I do post with clarity and sentence structure.

That's akin to Charles Manson having good penmanship, I suppose.

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The parallel thinking you mentioned is a very real and not infrequent occurrence.
At the same time, mining for ideas from a public forum isn't plagiarism in it's worst form.
So, I believe that it may have happened as you suspect. It's plausible.
That show, after all, will put the stupidest crap on...  Image
This was in its hey day, when they were spanking fox with authority. And you are correct - I didn't have a patent on busting out fox narratives - it could have been paralell thinking. But I DID preceed them by a couple of weeks thrice in short order, so it was fishy.

I agree that it was not plagiarism. 
 
 

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I have heard there has been an increase in the rate of female heart attacks/diseasesince the release of the COVID vaccine?
 
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DeezerShoove » 20 Jan 2023, 11:30 am » wrote:
I count myself as lucky (so far) that I didn't place much value in the scares on either side of the Kung Flu and "vax", yet have remained unscathed in any meaningful way.

I fought back on the really dumb mask mythology which has died down mostly.
The vax was nothing more than additional **** but pushed so hard as to be an annoying obstruction.
So, I got it.

Here's the problem I see with the anti-vaxxers.
The side effects were (prior to my getting it) going to be nearly immediate maim, crippling, death. All bad stuff.
Now that I am post-vax by nearly two years, the goal posts are moved like AGW people's cooling, then warming, now it's just "climate in general".
Anti-vaxxers are either slipping into shame-them mode or it-is-still-coming mode.
You just wait and see, sucker!  So, scary.

I now have to wait 3 to 5 years for my clotting or my heart detonation?
Anti-vaxxers get to beat that drum for years now. Just like AGW "experts".

This is why I don't give a **** who tells me anything. People are completely full of ****.
Both sides of this are a mockery of a sham of a bad joke.  Image  

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I heard I'm supposed to die in my mid-seventies, too.
So scary.
No 2 vats, batches, vials, or doses are the same.

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GeorgeWashington » 21 Jan 2023, 4:05 pm » wrote: No 2 vats, batches, vials, or doses are the same.
Luckily I don't want kids so that part (sterilization) was a waste. Image  

My gripe this time isn't with the shady program to which I (and people close to me) succumbed.
It's the scare tactics or shaming or useless finger wagging after the damage is done.
EVERYONE that got the vax did so for their own reasons. I know I did at least.

That doesn't automatically make me an outsider to the battle for the truth.
There are people that will fight fiercely that they did "the right thing" and cannot admit it may have been at best useless and at worst risking health or even death.
Those people are either going to smell the coffee or stubbornly let their pride dictate their attitude forever.

Likewise, people that proudly stand on their soapbox acting like they are
somehow better than the "tainted vaxxed" can go **** themselves.

I took my chances with my eyes open for other people and didn't get weak in the knees about the virus or the vax.
Life had to go on. Just as it continues to do so right now...
...unless my heart grows an appendix or a clot slits my throat. Image  

No matter what people speculate at this point, I won't live in fear nor spread it to others.
It is speculation what will happen to each individual after all.
We can refer back to this post in 3-5 years for an update.  Image  
 

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DeezerShoove » 21 Jan 2023, 12:23 am » wrote: Perhaps I should be more professional.
As it is, I do post with clarity and sentence structure.

That's akin to Charles Manson having good penmanship, I suppose.

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The parallel thinking you mentioned is a very real and not infrequent occurrence.
At the same time, mining for ideas from a public forum isn't plagiarism in it's worst form.
So, I believe that it may have happened as you suspect. It's plausible.
That show, after all, will put the stupidest crap on...  Image
I used to think that Rush Limbaugh used to use a forum I posted on years ago as show prep.

A current event topic would be getting kicked around on the forum one day, and a day or so later Rush would be almost quoting some of the stuff that was being said on the forum verbatim on his show.

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DeezerShoove » 21 Jan 2023, 4:51 pm » wrote: Luckily I don't want kids so that part (sterilization) was a waste. Image  

My gripe this time isn't with the shady program to which I (and people close to me) succumbed.
It's the scare tactics or shaming or useless finger wagging after the damage is done.
EVERYONE that got the vax did so for their own reasons. I know I did at least.

That doesn't automatically make me an outsider to the battle for the truth.
There are people that will fight fiercely that they did "the right thing" and cannot admit it may have been at best useless and at worst risking health or even death.
Those people are either going to smell the coffee or stubbornly let their pride dictate their attitude forever.

Likewise, people that proudly stand on their soapbox acting like they are
somehow better than the "tainted vaxxed" can go **** themselves.

I took my chances with my eyes open for other people and didn't get weak in the knees about the virus or the vax.
Life had to go on. Just as it continues to do so right now...
...unless my heart grows an appendix or a clot slits my throat. Image  

No matter what people speculate at this point, I won't live in fear nor spread it to others.
It is speculation what will happen to each individual after all.
We can refer back to this post in 3-5 years for an update.  Image
Jimmy Dore took the vax. He is extremely anti-vax today. Not everyone who took it refuses to acknowledge they were lied to and tricked. 

I try to keep a distance between myself and the vaxed - not have too much contact. I do consider many of them might be tainted. I have a right to avoid being too physically close and interactive with those who took the experiment. Guarding my health doesn't make me a bigot. I also keep a distance from blue gummed ******. I'm instructed their bite is deadly poisonous. 
 

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Cannonpointer » 22 Jan 2023, 12:07 am » wrote: Jimmy Dore took the vax. He is extremely anti-vax today. Not everyone who took it refuses to acknowledge they were lied to and tricked. 

I try to keep a distance between myself and the vaxed - not have too much contact. I do consider many of them might be tainted. I have a right to avoid being too physically close and interactive with those who took the experiment. Guarding my health doesn't make me a bigot. I also keep a distance from blue gummed ******. I'm instructed their bite is deadly poisonous.
Yeah, that's too paranoid for me.
I can't imagine in a world full of bugs that I can discern one person from another reliably enough to matter.
How can you tell?
Or do you just go into Biden Campaign Mode? You know, avoid everybody.

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Dore is alright by me. I think you turned me onto his vids.
I'm not even extremely anti-vax post-vaccination, but I can understand how someone could be.
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DeezerShoove » 22 Jan 2023, 12:39 am » wrote: Yeah, that's too paranoid for me.
I can't imagine in a world full of bugs that I can discern one person from another reliably enough to matter.
How can you tell?
Unlike the unvaxed - indeed, far more so, as the vaxed feel entitled and protected and righteous and hyper-moral, - the vaxed tend to be pretty **** communicative about their status. The unvaxed tend to wait and see, as they've been threatened and bullied and persecuted. Refusing to succumb to such tends to leave a fellow with a BIT of an attitude and on his or her guard.

As to discernment, I'm reasonably hopeful that not all of the vaxes were spiked. But I cannot tell a spike-protien shedding experiment subject from a healthy one. It is precisely because I CAN'T discern between the merely vaxed and the infected that I keep my distance.
DeezerShoove » 22 Jan 2023, 12:39 am » wrote: Or do you just go into Biden Campaign Mode? You know, avoid everybody.
I am quite sociable with the unvaxed. I have a great many associates. I'm a member of a bowling league (Not the lane game - we throw bowls at minorites from moving autos).

 
 

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RedheadedStranger » 21 Jan 2023, 5:00 pm » wrote: I used to think that Rush Limbaugh used to use a forum I posted on years ago as show prep.

A current event topic would be getting kicked around on the forum one day, and a day or so later Rush would be almost quoting some of the stuff that was being said on the forum verbatim on his show.

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Imagine the pressure on that guy to be on the cutting edge. Some backwater forum with 50 regular members runs some high quality ****, why WOULDN'T he help himself to it?
 

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Cannonpointer » 22 Jan 2023, 1:40 am » wrote: Imagine the pressure on that guy to be on the cutting edge. Some backwater forum with 50 regular members runs some high quality ****, why WOULDN'T he help himself to it?
Exactly

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Cannonpointer » 22 Jan 2023, 1:37 am » wrote: Unlike the unvaxed - indeed, far more so, as the vaxed feel entitled and protected and righteous and hyper-moral, - the vaxed tend to be pretty **** communicative about their status. The unvaxed tend to wait and see, as they've been threatened and bullied and persecuted. Refusing to succumb to such tends to leave a fellow with a BIT of an attitude and on his or her guard.

As to discernment, I'm reasonably hopeful that not all of the vaxes were spiked. But I cannot tell a spike-protien shedding experiment subject from a healthy one. It is precisely because I CAN'T discern between the merely vaxed and the infected that I keep my distance.

I am quite sociable with the unvaxed. I have a great many associates. I'm a member of a bowling league (Not the lane game - we throw bowls at minorites from moving autos).
As a reminder, I started my rant from the point of view of "the other side of that same coin".
So, I'm not at all in disagreement with regard to the people that think they're on the higher horse.

Know-it-alls just rub me the wrong way in general.
I appreciate the notion that you are exercising caution as you see fit. That's an individual choice.
I just happen to be in the "if the bullet has my name on it, I'll never see it coming" crowd.

As a side note (and dig): Those people that got the vax were exercising caution as they saw fit as well.

Live long and prosper, my friend.  :wub:  

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My bowling league is similar with a slight difference.
It's pronounced boweling league and takes place on overpasses at night.

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Cannonpointer » 22 Jan 2023, 1:37 am » wrote: Unlike the unvaxed - indeed, far more so, as the vaxed feel entitled and protected and righteous and hyper-moral, - the vaxed tend to be pretty **** communicative about their status. The unvaxed tend to wait and see, as they've been threatened and bullied and persecuted. Refusing to succumb to such tends to leave a fellow with a BIT of an attitude and on his or her guard.

As to discernment, I'm reasonably hopeful that not all of the vaxes were spiked. But I cannot tell a spike-protien shedding experiment subject from a healthy one. It is precisely because I CAN'T discern between the merely vaxed and the infected that I keep my distance.

I am quite sociable with the unvaxed. I have a great many associates. I'm a member of a bowling league (Not the lane game - we throw bowls at minorites from moving autos).
Did bowling from the car in Highschool...would get stoned and drive down a county rd about 60 and the guy in the back seat would throw a bowling ball down the center line...unfortunately it was a short game as about the third or fourth time it flew into a cornfield...I wonder what the farmer thought when he found it while combining...
 

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Cannonpointer » 22 Jan 2023, 1:37 am » wrote: Unlike the unvaxed - indeed, far more so, as the vaxed feel entitled and protected and righteous and hyper-moral, - the vaxed tend to be pretty **** communicative about their status. The unvaxed tend to wait and see, as they've been threatened and bullied and persecuted. Refusing to succumb to such tends to leave a fellow with a BIT of an attitude and on his or her guard.

As to discernment, I'm reasonably hopeful that not all of the vaxes were spiked. But I cannot tell a spike-protien shedding experiment subject from a healthy one. It is precisely because I CAN'T discern between the merely vaxed and the infected that I keep my distance.

I am quite sociable with the unvaxed. I have a great many associates. I'm a member of a bowling league (Not the lane game - we throw bowls at minorites from moving autos).
When the mRNA booster kicks in...

https://youtube.com/shorts/KYtkbH8oKT4?feature=share
 
 
 

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Numbed up with ADD and all kinds of heath problems then new GMO injections (may as well get the GMO injection too).
https://childrenshealthdefense.org/wp-c ... I-IX-1.pdf

Not in My Office: It’s difficult to know exactly how many offices have “fired” patients. But a 2011 study found that 30 percent of 133 pediatricians in Connecticut surveyed had asked a family to leave their practice for refusing to have their children vaccinated.
https://www.healthline.com/health-news/ ... ids-020515

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A ray of hope that could preclude more kids from getting killed or permanently disabled by the clot shots:
https://www.marketplace.org/2022/11/29/ ... nding-end/
 

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Doctors office visits for ADHD graph vaccinated vs unvaccinated, need this on a T-shirt.
https://rumble.com/v10t9s3-vaccinated-v ... eadly.html