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Fireark 44 points ago

Two tiered justice systems is the most common form of government mankind has come up with. The elites always want to be above the law.

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Fireark 2 points ago

The office lefties actually believe they are effective.

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Fireark 1 point ago

There's still a black market for Levis in Russia tho.

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Fireark 8 points ago

I just want quality, made in the USA khaki dress pants. My Autism won't let me wear any other type of pants.

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Fireark 33 points ago

This is why Hate Crime and Hate Speech laws are dangerous. Put simply, they are a way to weaponize the justice system against your political opponents.

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Fireark 1 point ago

This is exactly correct. There is a "secret" collation out there of States. The whole purpose is to have the states vote for who won the popular vote nationally. Once they have enough votes to guarantee the election goes the way they want, then they hit the button. This ruling gives them the ability to Force the EC members to vote the way the State says, regardless of the outcome of the vote in the state itself.

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Fireark 1 point ago

Surface contact. The vast majority of viruses, even airborne ones, are spread this way. You touch an infected surface, then touch your face. The surface becomes infected by body fluids being transferred to it by an infected person, that is currently infectious. Asymptomatic Boomer Doomer carriers are not infectious.

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Fireark 7 points ago

They do little to nothing to stop or even slow the spread of most viruses. Even worse, wearing masks all the time is actively detrimental to your health.

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Fireark 30 points ago

Far too late at this point. The glowies have had plenty of time to sanitize the site by now.

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Fireark 7 points ago

I get this form lefties at work all the time. They want to go on about Trump's latest hate filled speech, and it immediately becomes obvious that they never even listened to it.

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Fireark 1 point ago

H1N1 was actually pretty nasty at that, tho the death rate was still very low.

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Fireark 2 points ago

Ohh, yes. They did extremely well considering they had a $6 million budget. Still a great movie.

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Fireark 2 points ago

Good point. I try not to anyways, but they do get very annoying with it.

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Fireark 1 point ago

My favorite movie is The Passon of Joan of Arc, the version with Voices of Light. A close second is the Lion in Winter. My favorite "song" is Carmina Burana by Carl Orff, with Vivaldi's Summer being a close second. In the top ten for either is, in no particular order, Pachendale by Iron Maiden, The Shawshank Redemption, True Grit (both versions, actually), The Good the Bad and the Ugly, Answers...

I could go on, but the point is your assumption that I want instant gratification is incorrect. Your assumption about my age is also more than 10 years off. Just because I don't agree with you, or anyone else, does not invalidate my opinion. Nor does it invalidate anyone else's.

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Fireark 6 points ago

And what about the office lefties? The ones who only want to own drumptards, not have an honest debate? If I tell them, yes, to these trap questions, then people at work think I am a bigot. That seems like a quick road to getting fired?

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Fireark 0 points ago

WTF? You must be 25 or under.

Curious insult wrapped in an assumption about my age. I ask you, why would that even matter?

There's absolutely no way anyone could compare the two and say LA was better, equal, or even close to NY in terms of quality.

In terms of production value, LA had a much larger budget (50 Million for LA, 6 Million for NY). And boy does it show. NY was dark, with poor lighting, and almost no special effects. While LA was also dark (both movies took place over a single night), there was actual lighting involved. The acting was also better, even on Kurt Russel's part. The smaller budget meant they couldn't hire any big names (Kurt Russel hadn't done any major films at that point, at least not as the leading role.) Finally, John Carpenter (both movie's director) thought LA was better.

But ultimately comes down to preference. I prefer LA over NY. Insulting me over that doesn't really help anyone.

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Fireark 1 point ago

Escape from New York was a little too slow for me. While Escape from LA was essentially the same movie, I always liked it more. Both are great tho.

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Fireark 5 points ago

They did a remake of Demolition man?

Or are you talking about the remake of Judge Dread? Because that movie was great.

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