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    Re: The current excitement in China

    China must have developed a unique form of religion that disclaims holding any position on man's social life. That would explain why they can practice genocide.




    Probably no one knows...
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    Re: Ukraine

    I'm trying to figure out where he's coming from.
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    Re: Best British shows

    I, Claudius

    Absolutely Fabulous
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    Re: Ukraine

    Of course it is. But it's a duty, not a contest. Making it a contest doesn't further your object, and so cannot fulfill your duty.



    Whatever, that's in the past, like the Spartan...
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    Re: Griner released from Russian gulag.

    Primarily. Big propaganda at next to no cost.
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    Re: The current excitement in China

    Hundreds of millions of people holding up blank sheets of paper?

    Are you there to see for yourself how small the current protests are? Or are you relying on the Chinese media to tell you? ...
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    Re: Germany arrests

    Russia loves German Reds -- Russia loves all Reds -- and seeks to radicalize and incite them. Russia spreads fake news propaganda that Ukrainian refugees in Germany are attacking their neighbors for...
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    Re: Germany arrests

    It was the act of the German people through their delegates, right? Seems like a consitution in every sense but the name, as you explain. The name was avoided so as to foreclose any hint that the...
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    Re: Germany arrests

    It is said that if there is voting, it's a democracy. There is voting in the UK.
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    Re: Griner released from Russian gulag.

    Even if Putin executes this guy when he gets back to Russia, the message has been sent that Putin can be your friend, if you act right.
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    Re: Ukraine

    Followed by "I know this because you won't grant that Russia is entitled to something on account of their wrongful invasion. It shows you to be an anti-negotiation war-monger."
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    Re: Ukraine

    Just keep pumping it, seems to be the idea. Drown 'em in it.
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    Re: Germany arrests

    Not. It's a fairly conscientious and conservative exposition of the historical facts. The colonies were conceived and paid for as commercial endeavors. That paradigm failed to take account of the...
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    Re: Herschel

    But not a white nationalist one, AFAIK.

    There are EC's, a subset of which is evangelical EC's. Both can't be right. Fundamentally, they are enemies, not allies.
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    Re: Germany arrests

    Polluting domestic purity? OMG

    No hype, yo. See Russian sponsorship of the [American] National Rifle Association.


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    Re: Germany arrests

    Rots o' ruck! Truly.

    Out in the woods, keep your eyes peeled for the Governor flitting between the trees in her PJ's, escaping her kidnappers.
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    Re: Herschel

    It's a right wing thing, authoritarian: not only couldn't he, from lack of ability, he wouldn't, from self-interest, do anything we didn't tell him to do. That's the point. This so-called democracy...
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    Re: Germany arrests

    Berlin or Phoenix, the common element: Russian support.
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    Re: Ukraine

    Russia, the very paragon of ultranationalistic right wing extremism.

    Boils down to west bad, therefore Russia good. It's irrational and immoral. As the lady thought when she woke up from the...
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    Re: Alex Jones' bad day

    Looks like Giuliani is going to lose his DC law license because he filed a bull S lawsuit about voter fraud. His defense, "Yes, but the action was dismissed!"

    Is this censorship of dissent?
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    Re: Alex Jones' bad day

    Like freedom to drive a car.
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    Re: Ukraine

    Missiles of Goodness, Humanitarian Strikes
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    Re: Alex Jones' bad day

    Because they live on the same planet and they're enslaved by an immoral ideology which has a high likelihood of leading to serious conflict including nuclear war; all the while committing wholesale...
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    Re: Alex Jones' bad day

    Somewhat ironic that the owner of Twitter and richest man in the world, does not know what free speech means. Makes one feel less alone.

    Who in the USA is being censored?

    Twitter...
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    Re: Alex Jones' bad day

    There aren't any.
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    Re: Ukraine

    Ukrainian drones hitting airfields inside Russia.
  27. Re: “This is God’s country. I don’t have a clue.”

    You could say he's a liar. It was Reds, which is what he means by "God's country". Or it could be something else. Like what, given the context?
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    Re: Ukraine

    Why doesn't Russia pursue peace?



    OK, VFP doesn't trust either side. How does VFP propose to achieve peace, without some confidence that the two sides would make commitments and honor them? ...
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    Re: Ukraine

    Dissolve NATO altogether, logically.

    To open negotiations, we could discuss establishing an area of protected Russian rule, east of a line running through Germany to the top of the Adriatic.
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    Re: Alex Jones' bad day

    An utterly ad hom, specious and mean-spirited argument from authority. Further, there are serioius gaps in your conception of free speech:



    Probably? Human rights ought to be respected...
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    Re: The current excitement in China

    In other other news
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    S and fire, I've been disappointed in the nominees my entire frikkin life except for JFK and Obama. That's a lot of F ing Presidents. So the F what? Am I not sworn to uphold self-government? Do I...
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    Re: The current excitement in China

    In other news, Canada has ordered The People's Republic to stop using storefronts as bases for their goon squads.
  34. Re: Movies that have held up and those that don't

    I got your cold war right here: The Spy Who Came In From The Cold


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lNrjAMV0HJk
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    Re: What I get paid for:

    I use an expired credit card to spread Titebond II. Kind of messy and it always feels hurried. Once I cut notches in the edge of the card. Not worth it that I saw.
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    Re: Indonesia: no hanky-panky

    I saw a graph somewhere that showed the growth in per capita alcohol consumption in the USA before, during and after Prohibition. Before, a modest upward slope. During, no data.

    Projecting the...
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    Re: Ukraine

    Perhaps he was under orders.
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    Re: Trump is Toast

    :)

    Binary, too. Jurisdiction, yes/no. All nuance and intersectionality suppressed. This has ever been the method of the oppressor.
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    Re: The current excitement in China

    In that case they are the enemy of human rights, and they and their commie government can eff off.

    I don't believe it to be the case. Why do you? Is that the message of the blank pieces of...
  40. Re: House committee receives Donald Trump's federal tax returns from IRS

    Told ya. Soon as he's in disgrace, they drop the MAGA turd like they dropped the Chimp. Rinse and repeat is what we have to look forward to in the coming decades.
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    Re: Trump is Toast

    The Court of Appeals didn't just find that the Special Master rigamorole was improperly done, and reverse the trial court's order.

    They found that the trial court had no jurisdiction to do...
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    Re: Trump is Toast

    No point because, as the Court is male dominated, any ruling they might make would be sexist mansplaining and hence invalid.
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    Re: Ukraine

    Lavrov says Russia has to destroy Ukraine's energy infrastructure because it supplies the Ukrainian military.

    The Ukrainian military says it has an "autonomous" power supply.
  44. Re: Christine McVie, of Fleetwood Mac, Is Dead at 79

    Wikipedia says she played and sang on Kiln House; uncredited. Great album.

    John of Phoenix made an appearance here.

    That is all.
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    Re: Trump is Toast

    But what difference does it make if the House gives it to the DOJ first? One runs oneself ragged in vain trying to pre-empt the fatuous bullsquat. Do your utmost, and take cover from the eruption...
  46. Re: BROTM(1) A Dutch road to Christmas.

    I heard that during the oil crisis of 1973, driving on the Authobahn or whatever it's called was prohibited. So a guy put wheels and a sail on his canoe and went out with the highway to himself. He...
  47. Re: Advice sought on a quasi-parental political issue

    Thanks!

    Wait, I forgot, I can't answer because I'm a male. Andrew seeks advice but boat-building is male dominated so unless the Ladies' Auxiliary or Decolonization Committee or whatever...
  48. Re: Same-Sex Marriage Bill Passes Senate After Bipartisan Breakthrough

    The Civil Rights Act of 1964 is not a Consitutional Amendment. It prohibits racial discrimination in interstate commerce as an exercise of the power of Congress to regulate interstate commerce,...
  49. Re: Advice sought on a quasi-parental political issue

    Yes, we must de-colonize the world. Every trace. Start over. Promote self-flagellation, engineer the syndrome out of the human. All this can and must be accomplished with only female answers.
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    Re: Trump is Toast

    If you or I withold evidence of crime, we risk criminal liability ourselves.

    What political advantage to the House could possibly outweigh the DOJ's need to know?
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