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#20 - Isn't it kind of weird to quote a movie about a lone freedom f…  [+] (5 replies) 03/05/2016 on WHY WON'T HE DIE +2
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#41 - cockassunited (03/05/2016) [-]
Trumps views are mild eight wing at best. He's not Mussolini just because you don't like him.
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#65 - bokkos (03/06/2016) [-]
He flat out said he would deport minorities, sue the press into the ground, and murder innocent people overseas. Those are fascist views, and I don't like him because of those views; hard to believe, I know.
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#66 - cockassunited (03/06/2016) [-]
Deport illegals, not minorities. Following the law as it is written in a democratic society is not fascism.

Sue media in regards to libel. Not fascism.

Once again, he's not a fascist simply because you don't like his politics. Grow up.
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#73 - bokkos (03/06/2016) [-]
All I can say, is I'm hardly surprised with the caliber of discussion on FJ. Cheers, mate.
Calling Trump a lying failure is not slander; it's true
If you deported all illegals, entire state economies would be ruined; See Alabama
Maybe if the US didn't fuck up Mexico by continuing the totally ineffectual drug war, you wouldn't have so many illegal immigrants
But 'Murica, logic need not apply
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#74 - cockassunited (03/06/2016) [-]
Saying Trump has lied or failed when he has lied or failed is not slander you're right. And that doesn't change no matter how you alterer libel laws without totally undoing the first amendment.

The law is the law, you're literally advocating criminal behavior to benefit the state, and yet Trump is the fascist.

Mexico was shit before the drug war, Mexico will be shit after the drug war.

Sorry about your failed buzzword usage.
#6 - I wonder if people on this site actually talk to girls... …  [+] (2 replies) 03/05/2016 on Man's best friend +18
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#19 - PlagueDoctor (03/05/2016) [-]
I did once. Ended up calling her "mom"
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#81 - bokkos (03/06/2016) [-]
That's either kinky or sad, and I'm not sure which.
#115 - You should have, Canadians are notoriously court-shy and becom…  [+] (1 reply) 03/05/2016 on America Great Again 0
#118 - sacrilegious (03/05/2016) [-]
I'm only here until April, though, and I'd only be going after $2,500 + distress or whatever, probably not even worth it after attorney fees. Plus, I screwed up twice in the middle (although the first mistake was theirs), so they'd probably hack off my award for that. Idk, I didn't feel like spending the next six months in the Canadian court system for a few grand. If they hadn't fixed it by the New Year, I absolutely would have, though.
#112 - ****, yeah Canadian bureaucracy can be an absolute pain in the…  [+] (3 replies) 03/05/2016 on America Great Again 0
#114 - sacrilegious (03/05/2016) [-]
Yeah. Dunno if it's even that much worse than the US, just bureaucracies suck in general.

Basically, CIC screwed up, I mailed them, screwed up, mailed them again, forgot to sign, mailed again, they screwed up. Mailed a fourth time, and they finally fixed it, five months after my original application for a study permit, denying me almost four months' worth of wages and the cost to send registered mail to Ottawa every couple of weeks. If I was here for much longer I probably would have tried to take their asses to court.
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#115 - bokkos (03/05/2016) [-]
You should have, Canadians are notoriously court-shy and become a lot more willing to please if you have a clear case that they were being petty negligent bastards. I'd say "Come back soon," but it seems there's quite a few Americans looking to drop by in the near future so it might be redundant.
#118 - sacrilegious (03/05/2016) [-]
I'm only here until April, though, and I'd only be going after $2,500 + distress or whatever, probably not even worth it after attorney fees. Plus, I screwed up twice in the middle (although the first mistake was theirs), so they'd probably hack off my award for that. Idk, I didn't feel like spending the next six months in the Canadian court system for a few grand. If they hadn't fixed it by the New Year, I absolutely would have, though.
#107 - Well it's at .70 AMD, so 30% savings; I know at my school the …  [+] (5 replies) 03/05/2016 on America Great Again 0
#108 - sacrilegious (03/05/2016) [-]
Really? Here's its about twice if I remember right.
That may be true, but I work a specialized job on campus (hence, my struggle with CIC).

Nope. Started last August, wrapped up in January.

It has nothing to do with the Government, honestly, just fuck-ups at CIC who didn't know the law. Then you have to mail everything back and forth and mail in this country sucks (I'm also in Vancouver, so it takes extra long).
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#112 - bokkos (03/05/2016) [-]
Shit, yeah Canadian bureaucracy can be an absolute pain in the ass; like for getting my Possession and Acquisition licence, the RCMP jerked me around and made me mail the damn thing about 4 times before making me wait 5 months for the card. I think it depends on the province/institution, I'm over in Edmonton and I know there was a movement among the international students for fairer tuition.
#114 - sacrilegious (03/05/2016) [-]
Yeah. Dunno if it's even that much worse than the US, just bureaucracies suck in general.

Basically, CIC screwed up, I mailed them, screwed up, mailed them again, forgot to sign, mailed again, they screwed up. Mailed a fourth time, and they finally fixed it, five months after my original application for a study permit, denying me almost four months' worth of wages and the cost to send registered mail to Ottawa every couple of weeks. If I was here for much longer I probably would have tried to take their asses to court.
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#115 - bokkos (03/05/2016) [-]
You should have, Canadians are notoriously court-shy and become a lot more willing to please if you have a clear case that they were being petty negligent bastards. I'd say "Come back soon," but it seems there's quite a few Americans looking to drop by in the near future so it might be redundant.
#118 - sacrilegious (03/05/2016) [-]
I'm only here until April, though, and I'd only be going after $2,500 + distress or whatever, probably not even worth it after attorney fees. Plus, I screwed up twice in the middle (although the first mistake was theirs), so they'd probably hack off my award for that. Idk, I didn't feel like spending the next six months in the Canadian court system for a few grand. If they hadn't fixed it by the New Year, I absolutely would have, though.