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#99801 - klowserpok
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(12/01/2015) [-]
Feel like doing a politics quiz?
www.politicaltest.net/en
#99947 to #99801 - PopcornViking ONLINE
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#99859 to #99801 - ablueguy
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#99847 to #99801 - redandgreen
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(12/01/2015) [-]
Oh.... Oh.....
#99811 to #99801 - mixednuts
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(12/01/2015) [-]
Rate my degeneracy
#99806 to #99801 - pebar ONLINE
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(12/01/2015) [-]
I always have to remind myself that words in the US mean different thing than everywhere else in the world
#99800 - feelythefeel
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(12/01/2015) [-]
A politically free market rarely remains an effectively free market.
#99893 to #99800 - akkere
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(12/02/2015) [-]
I think the fundamental flaw to the free market is relies entirely on the public having strong access to accurate information without being actively deceived. Given that the free market will generally not punish deceptive sources of information, how the people punish or reward companies is very much skewed.
#99934 to #99893 - feelythefeel
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(12/02/2015) [-]
How do you even go about organizing as a consumer against a monopoly that actively kills both competition and alternatives?
#99842 to #99800 - anon
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(12/01/2015) [-]
Were you alive and conscious during the Bush years
#99885 to #99842 - feelythefeel
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(12/02/2015) [-]
Senior or junior?
#99807 to #99800 - Shiny
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(12/01/2015) [-]
Laissez-faire economics are more hopelessly utopian than any communist ideal.
#99793 - youregaylol
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(11/30/2015) [-]
Just a reminder that if you hide anonymous and a few unimportant try hards the board quality will improve by 20% instantly.
#99821 to #99793 - newbtwo
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(12/01/2015) [-]
>20%
#99776 - enlightednatzie
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(11/30/2015) [-]
Stay classy america...
#99777 to #99776 - thumbfortrump
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#99774 to #99772 - schnizel
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(11/30/2015) [-]
He gained some weight.
#99771 - pebar ONLINE
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(11/30/2015) [-]
>When I read something and think to myself, "this is why I'm a libertarian"

reason.com/blog/2015/11/30/florida-cops-shut-down-old-ladies-mahjon
#99770 - pebar ONLINE
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(11/30/2015) [-]
Democrats will defend this
reason.com/archives/2015/11/29/nyc-bans-the-hoverboard

"People won't be walking or exercising their lungs" if hoverboards are "seen as a new form of transportation," he told the Post.
Andy King, D-Bronx

#99778 to #99770 - unforgivenfive
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(11/30/2015) [-]
see... a bit misleading
if you actually lived in NYC (I have friends and family that live there) youd know that the NYPD literally gives ZERO shits about people riding overboards around town.
they worried about solving real crimes, dealing with REAL traffic infractions, catching real criminals, and stopping real threats by working with federal agencies (contrary to popular belief, NY hasnt forgotten 9/11).
#99792 to #99778 - youregaylol
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(11/30/2015) [-]
How is it misleading, it's still illegal is it not.
#99905 to #99792 - unforgivenfive
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(12/02/2015) [-]
yes its illegal. but the police dont enforce it.
like in my state florida its illegal to park your ELEPHANT by the beach.
do you think anyones really parking elephants by the beach now adays?
this will be a law on the books that never gets enforced.
#99750 - schnizel
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(11/30/2015) [-]
shekelnator
Can you name me all groups, sub-groups and factions operating in the Syrian war?
#99751 to #99750 - shekelnator
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(11/30/2015) [-]
you mean the Syrian/Iraq REAL TIME LIVE MMORPG?
here is it

CHOOSE YOUR TEAM. then choose your faction :^)

while choosing, play this music: Tetsujin Drive (Character Select) - Dynasty Warriors 6 Music Extended
#99752 to #99751 - schnizel
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(11/30/2015) [-]
wow....
#99753 to #99752 - shekelnator
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(11/30/2015) [-]
Welcome to the Middle Eastern Proxy War.
#99756 to #99753 - schnizel
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(11/30/2015) [-]
yep
#99743 - anon
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#99742 - marinepenguin
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(11/30/2015) [-]
"But there's one thing about that lost future also that I'd like to point out that simply this, it was NOT a multicultural future, it WAS a multiracial future. It was a future that didn't make any distinctions on where you came from, what your nationality was, what your background was, what your religion was, it's a world of individual achievement where you are allowed to do what you wanted to do and reap your own rewards or lack of rewards."

Reclaiming the Lost Future: Ethical Happy People
#99747 to #99742 - akkere
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(11/30/2015) [-]
I saw this and the first video of the trilogy that's uploaded of "Reclaiming the Lost Future", and I'm not sure if I really see any point in seeing the third because the point Bill Whittle and his trifecta are imposing is a future that isn't that of a positive future, but a partisan one.
In his first video (linked) , he bashes Wind Farms because they're "ugly bird annihilators", rather than actually considering the benefits they have for micro-scale (i.e. used by individuals) or macro-scale (use on large fields) use, in conjunction with nuclear and solar power (which also serves the same benefits). He doesn't expound on any of the technical aspects of any and all energy technologies, and barely glances at the logistical without over-simplistic phrases like the implication desalination's cost is entirely hinged on the power source (which should be obviously false).
The second video (Ethical Happy People) folds into a similar problem. The prominent idea that Bill Whittle and his trifecta impose is that traditionalist values and Christianity was the root to the country's initial success, and then bloat the topic with misguided taxation (which is more accurate, though Whittle will never acknowledge the military aspect of the taxation and even support it in other videos, I've noticed).
Reclaiming the Lost Future: Unlimited Clean Energy
But I think the critical flaw in this trifecta is the overwhelming implication there was one solitary vision of what the future would be, when there obviously wasn't. The whole basis of the science-fiction literature that lingered before the space age and exploded during it was having multiple ideas for how the future would turn out; everywhere from dystopian futures like the iconic George Orwell's 1984 and Aldous Huxley's "Brave New World", to more complex and probable developments like Isaac Asimov's "The Foundation" and Robert A. Heinlein's "Stranger in a Strange Land". A majority of these stories' general theme is against partisan ideas, so it's no wonder Whittle and his trifecta wouldn't acknowledge them in the slightest and insist on this solitary idea of a partisan utopia.

It's really difficult to consider the strong points of Whittle's videos such as individual strength as an example, when he'll turn around for another issue and impose an idea contradictory to individuality, like the urgency for traditionalist views across the board.
#99766 to #99747 - marinepenguin
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(11/30/2015) [-]
I also think they were specifically looking into that one particular ideal of a future after they introduced it, and didn't just imply that it was the only possible other future we had.
#99804 to #99766 - akkere
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(12/01/2015) [-]
The Melting Pot (term used to describe the societal model you defined) is easily the better if not best model for a society to go with, because it allows for a spectrum of cultures to come together and unilaterally communicate with one another without compromising their own personal ends. I can see why someone would consider that to be the ideal guidethrough for a nation all the way into the far future.
The thing that irks me with Whittle though is he only really sees the spectrum that's defined with Christianity (i.e. the sects of Protestantism in conjunction with Catholicism), and seems to infer the rise in secularism and people not receiving morals from the good book alone is the root cause of other problems within the nation like the dead beaten horse of taxation. Ultimately, Whittle claims the problem is people feeling the need to distinguish their cultures from everyone else's, but at the same time distinguishes a culture from the main issue.
#99765 to #99747 - marinepenguin
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(11/30/2015) [-]
I agree with a lot of what you said. I just liked that one part I quoted. I've always thought that a big success of America was not our Christian virtuosity or strength of personal moral character, but our unique example of a largely single culture comprised of many races.

I just usually find one or two things out of these videos that I can really agree with, that statement being one of them.
#99736 - anon
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(11/30/2015) [-]
Forgive the mistakes, I had 15 minutes to write this. See also Annex.

Would you note that if I commit suicide today 89-12-06 it is not for economic reasons (for I have waited until I exhausted all my financial means, even refusing jobs) but for political reasons. Because I have decided to send the feminists, who have always ruined my life, to their Maker. For seven years life has brought me no joy and being totally blasé, I have decided to put an end to those viragos.

I tried in my youth to enter the Forces as an officer cadet, which would have allowed me possibly to get into the arsenal and precede Lortie in a raid. They refused me because asocial [sic]. I therefore had to wait until this day to execute my plans. In between, I continued my studies in a haphazard way for they never really interested me, knowing in advance my fate. Which did not prevent me from obtaining very good marks despite my theory of not handing in work and the lack of studying before exams.

Even if the Mad Killer epithet will be attributed to me by the media, I consider myself a rational erudite that only the arrival of the Grim Reaper has forced to take extreme acts. For why persevere to exist if it is only to please the government. Being rather backward-looking by nature (except for science), the feminists have always enraged me. They want to keep the advantages of women (e.g. cheaper insurance, extended maternity leave preceded by a preventative leave, etc.) while seizing for themselves those of men.

Thus it is an obvious truth that if the Olympic Games removed the Men-Women distinction, there would be Women only in the graceful events. So the feminists are not fighting to remove that barrier. They are so opportunistic they [do not][75] neglect to profit from the knowledge accumulated by men through the ages. They always try to misrepresent them every time they can. Thus, the other day, I heard they were honoring the Canadian men and women who fought at the frontline during the world wars. How can you explain [that since][76] women were not authorized to go to the frontline??? Will we hear of Caesar's female legions and female galley slaves who of course took up 50% of the ranks of history, though they never existed. A real Casus Belli.

Sorry for this too brief letter.

Marc Lépine
#99735 - anon
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(11/30/2015) [-]
Randlet
#99734 - anon
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#99731 - Zaxplab
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(11/29/2015) [-]
"_______ are pretty terrible people. They commit significantly more violent crimes, robberies and assaults each year than ________ do, according to the Department of Justice."

Fill in the blanks, and guess if that retardation was posted by a Stormfag or an SJW.
#99780 to #99731 - feelythefeel
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(11/30/2015) [-]
"The validity of facts is determind by whether or not I'm comfortable with them"

-zaxplab
#99785 to #99780 - Zaxplab
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(11/30/2015) [-]
You don't know which side I'm arguing against here.
#99788 to #99785 - feelythefeel
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(11/30/2015) [-]
Yeah, because you're a fence sitting knob.
#99789 to #99788 - Zaxplab
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(11/30/2015) [-]
Go ahead, take a guess. Was that busted-ass logic used by a stormfag or an SJW?
#99741 to #99731 - akkere
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(11/30/2015) [-]
You've been spending an awful lot of time in the SJW or Stormfront subreddit, haven't you?
#99740 to #99731 - failtolawl
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(11/30/2015) [-]
I can play this one ""Poor people are pretty terrible people. They commit significantly more violent crimes, robberies and assaults each year than Rich people do, according to the Department of Justice."

"PeopleHumans are pretty terrible people. They commit significantly more violent crimes, robberies and assaults each year than Dogs do, according to the Department of Justice."

"Men are pretty terrible people. They commit significantly more violent crimes, robberies and assaults each year than Women do, according to the Department of Justice."

"Straight people are pretty terrible people. They commit significantly more violent crimes, robberies and assaults each year than Gay people do, according to the Department of Justice."

"MOBAs are pretty terrible people. They commit significantly more violent crimes, robberies and assaults each year than Singleplayer games do, according to the Department of Justice."
#99764 to #99740 - akkere
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(11/30/2015) [-]
"MOBAs are pretty terrible people. They commit significantly more violent crimes, robberies and assaults each year than Singleplayer games do, according to the Department of Justice."
I refuse to believe that this isn't anything less than the absolute truth.
#99733 to #99731 - thumbfortrump
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(11/29/2015) [-]
"White people, afro-americans"

Guessing sjw because of "pretty terrible people", too soft a phrasing for a stormfag.
#99723 - cognosceteipsum
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(11/29/2015) [-]
>Geneaology becomes increasingly popular in Finland and Turkey
>They begin to realize their common roots
>Resurrect Djingis Khan
> www.youtube.com/watch?v=GZDl_R8Zp2E New anthem for the Finnish-Turkish Mongolia 2.0
>"Mongoloids, mongoloids proud Finns and Turks are we"
#99768 to #99723 - enlightednatzie
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(11/30/2015) [-]
Well, mongolian culture pretty much reminds me of sami culture, both play wierd drums and yoik to their gods and both live in small huts in the middle of the tundra.

And the finnish language is closely related to sami language, and i believe the finns where samis before we liberated them.
#99728 to #99723 - anon
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(11/29/2015) [-]
>comparing Turkish scum with Finns
#99729 to #99728 - cognosceteipsum
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(11/29/2015) [-]
I don't think you understadn why I did.
#99725 to #99723 - schnizel
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(11/29/2015) [-]
Ethnic Zorigoo ft Zaya (tatar)   Khuleg baatar Official music video 2014
#99794 to #99725 - cognosceteipsum
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(11/30/2015) [-]
Fuck this is good to work out to
#99726 to #99725 - cognosceteipsum
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(11/29/2015) [-]
That's amazing.
#99727 to #99726 - schnizel
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(11/29/2015) [-]
Like the great Khan.
#99722 - thumbfortrump
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(11/29/2015) [-]
What do you call people who are afraid of faggots?
Like, how much of a pussy are you if you're afraid of a person like this?
#99781 to #99722 - feelythefeel
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(11/30/2015) [-]
I'm not afraid of faggots, I just think they're mentally ill.
#99782 to #99781 - thumbfortrump
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(11/30/2015) [-]
Because they don't like what you like?
#99783 to #99782 - feelythefeel
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(11/30/2015) [-]
Because they have a mental anomaly that causes them to take part in dangerous and immoral conduct, putting them at a higher risk of STDs, STIs, drug use, depression, more traditional mental illness and suicide.
#99784 to #99783 - thumbfortrump
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(11/30/2015) [-]
How do you know they have a mental anomaly?
Why is their act immoral?
How do you know they are more prone to those risks?
And finally, if they are more prone, how do you know it is because they're gay, and not because of their surroundings not accepting them?
#99787 to #99784 - feelythefeel
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(11/30/2015) [-]
What do you call a rare issue that arises from a mental source?
Drugs, mistreatment of children, promiscuity, arguably gay sex, etc etc.
Statistically speaking.
Because it hasn't stopped, even now that we live in a pro-gay society.
#99790 to #99787 - thumbfortrump
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(11/30/2015) [-]
I don't perceive it as an issue. It's also not rare.
Straight people take drugs, mistreat children, etc., as well. So it's redundant to say it's their sexuality which makes them do this.
Also, I don't see how homosexuality is immoral. There are several examples of it in nature, and it doesn't affect my lifestyle.
#99795 to #99790 - feelythefeel
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(11/30/2015) [-]
Less than 10% of the population is gay. It's rare.
I never said straight people didn't, they're just less likely to.
"Dumb, unthinking animals do it, so obviously we should too!"
Naturalistic fallacy 101.
#99730 to #99722 - anon
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(11/29/2015) [-]
Trump supporters.
#99767 to #99730 - enlightednatzie
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(11/30/2015) [-]
But trumpz is pretty gay thought. He uses lipstick (how else can he abhieve those sexy pink lips) and his blonde, long and magnificent hair that wave in the winds of freedom.
#99773 to #99767 - thumbfortrump
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(11/30/2015) [-]
You think I'm sexy hm?
#99732 to #99730 - thumbfortrump
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(11/29/2015) [-]
You're one cheeky cunt anon, I'll give you that.
#99715 - enlightednatzie
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(11/29/2015) [-]
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#99709 - anon
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(11/29/2015) [-]
www.youtube.com/watch?v=P3Rt3GR1HvQ

Florida is finally cracking down on police brutality. It's a bit late, but it's a welcome development.
#99708 - anon
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(11/29/2015) [-]
Whats the point of fighting for a political cause, when you know in the end you will die.
#99721 to #99708 - whoozy
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(11/29/2015) [-]
To be remembered
#99714 to #99708 - thumbfortrump
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(11/29/2015) [-]
"What's the point of X when you know eventually you will die"
#99706 - ogcj
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(11/29/2015) [-]
My video on why Barack Obama needs to leave office
www.youtube.com/watch?v=vJhEPJpRRIo