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#23 - I wonder if this is related to the God-fearing aliens discusse…  [+] (3 replies) 10/31/2016 on Captain Silver Fox 0
#51 - iamthepapercut (11/01/2016) [-]
Is this fucking serious? Are ayyliens actually confirmed? What a time to be alive
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#72 - jokeface (11/01/2016) [-]
Bro, do you even know what happens when you go to WikiLeaks and just do a search for "extraterrestrial"? You get fucking red-pilled, man. There's shit that goes all the way back to 1978. Roswell? Yea, that was legit. The Tunguska Event? Also aliens. The Phoenix Lights? Yep, that too.

Government has been sitting on this shit for almost 70 years. They call it the "truth embargo".
#43 - vigilum (11/01/2016) [-]
Wait what
Why is everyone posting about bloody Clinton when we've got aliens
Or why not both at the same time wikileaks.org/podesta-emails/emailid/36976
I mean. Just because its in an email doesn't make it true. But hey.
#24 - We've still got another week. At the rate all this new info is…  [+] (5 replies) 10/31/2016 on NEW VERITAS VIDEO! 0
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#25 - supername (10/31/2016) [-]
but without enough coverage people won't change their mind. Recent poling showed that 71% of people didn't care that hills investigation re opened, people are resistant to change so there needs to be decent amount of time for the info to fester.
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#29 - jokeface (10/31/2016) [-]
Is that so? I saw a poll recently that said the reopened investigation has caused about one-third of people to say they're less likely to vote for Hillary now.
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#30 - supername (10/31/2016) [-]
that does not disagree with my poll in a weird way since mine says 71%~ don't care and yours which is 1/3 = 33%~ do care.
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#31 - jokeface (10/31/2016) [-]
Oh yea, good point. But if I recall, the one I saw also showed the options for "Don't care" and "More likely to vote for her" at 2% and 1%, respectively.
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#33 - supername (10/31/2016) [-]
Not too sure then
#27 - My pleasure. 10/31/2016 on Weiiiiner +1
#146 - Indeed, I did consider that. It would be a little rough, but I…  [+] (2 replies) 10/31/2016 on 28 - 19 - 16 +2
#160 - firstcommentlyme (10/31/2016) [-]
My family comes from a coal mining town. Its really all there is there and what runs the towns economy. With coal losing value thier town is crumbling. Nothing is available to replace the coal. I see how it being phased out is good, but it really does hurt the people who rely on it
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#198 - jokeface (10/31/2016) [-]
I guess people have to decide what's worth more: Continuing their own way of life, or making sacrifices for the good of the world. I know phrasing it like that makes it sound like there's an obvious right answer, but honestly I don't know a less biased way of putting it.
#124 - I never understood why job loss was such an issue with regards…  [+] (4 replies) 10/31/2016 on 28 - 19 - 16 +3
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#145 - ursamathmajor (10/31/2016) [-]
The only problem that I can foresee is the re-education of coal miners/coal plant grunt workers who will need to understand the new systems.
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#146 - jokeface (10/31/2016) [-]
Indeed, I did consider that. It would be a little rough, but I think the benefits far outweigh the costs.
#160 - firstcommentlyme (10/31/2016) [-]
My family comes from a coal mining town. Its really all there is there and what runs the towns economy. With coal losing value thier town is crumbling. Nothing is available to replace the coal. I see how it being phased out is good, but it really does hurt the people who rely on it
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#198 - jokeface (10/31/2016) [-]
I guess people have to decide what's worth more: Continuing their own way of life, or making sacrifices for the good of the world. I know phrasing it like that makes it sound like there's an obvious right answer, but honestly I don't know a less biased way of putting it.
#14 - This is Anthony Wiener, the Glenn Quagmire of the American gov…  [+] (3 replies) 10/31/2016 on Weiiiiner +33
#30 - Zeigh (10/31/2016) [-]
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#26 - warioteam (10/31/2016) [-]
that was an entertaining and descriptive way to explain it
thank you and bravo
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#27 - jokeface (10/31/2016) [-]
My pleasure.