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QuantumRemedy 4 points ago

Car. If you fire and you're sitting still, they'll still fire on your car. If you pull a gun they fire theirs, if you try to run them over, they are more likely to react different.

Both are good choices if you can do both at the same time.

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QuantumRemedy 16 points ago

Yeah and the article mentions that Trump prohibited flying it from flag poles so they're just draping it over the walls or whatever to get around that.

These are faggots in both meanings.

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QuantumRemedy 1 point ago

Thats a good question. I think the answer is no because of he had to take over as president, it wouldn't be legal. But that depends on if the law restricts runing for more than 2 terms or serving more than 2 terms. I thi k its the latter though so I think the answer is no.

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QuantumRemedy 3 points ago

Yeah I don't see a single Trump suplorter switching. I love Ka ye but would only vote for him as President in 2024 if he had someone like Elon who has some brains to balance Kanye's heart.

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QuantumRemedy 1 point ago

This won't convert leftists, but fuck 'em, we need to red pill normies and they need to be reminded of the sins of socialism and communism

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QuantumRemedy 2 points ago

I have a Coptic friend from Luxor, Egypt that gets passed AF when black people try to appropriate his culture. Even modern day "Egyptians" are actually mixed blood "Arab" Muslims. Coptic Christians, like Rami Malek, are more white and have closer genetic ties to ancient Egyptians and their culture is older and more ancient than the Muim conquerors that have taken over modern day Egypt.

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QuantumRemedy 0 points ago

I like how this is so poorly photoshopped that you can see his actual middle finger curled into a fist behind this one like testicles. And the angle of the finger is wrong and makes it look more like an actual dick.

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QuantumRemedy 16 points ago

2016 was so fucking red, um, except the governor. That makes sense right?

That batch McCrory should have stood up against the voter fraud and forced an investigation.

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QuantumRemedy 8 points ago

Thats what I'm thinking, carve a big metal statue of Trump with a bottom length that goes 100 ft into the ground. If you can pull that down, you're not a protestor

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QuantumRemedy 13 points ago

I was watching Colion Noir on Rogan and Joe was saying that Bret Weinstein sent him an email about this UVC light and how great it was... and I'm like, you dumb fuck, you made fun of Trump as if you knew anything and didn't even know he was one of the first to talk about this

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QuantumRemedy 1 point ago

Okay, but you said Chicago, so you're changing your argument

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QuantumRemedy 5 points ago

Maybe, but that seems pretty unsupportable until you can show me the data with culture removed. If what's described above is their "culture", then it more than explains illiteracy rates.

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QuantumRemedy 1 point ago

These evil fucks survive on baby sperm moisturizer, so it's better not to be a Tom Hanks and die when it's time

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QuantumRemedy 2 points ago

I agree but would say that the exception is if you're not talking to a hard-core lefty but some middle of the road schmuck who is just repeating the crazy bullshit they heard from their liberal friends. Some of these normies are easy to fool so we just need to pull the wool back from their eyes with logic.

The ones who actually buy this shiy or are super invested, yeah fuck that. They need Jesus because we're not changing their addled minds.

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QuantumRemedy 1 point ago

Honestly, I'm more of a lurker here than on Reddit. I feel there is more hostility and general unfriendliness when I've made comments on here than on Reddit. I think that is because there's more freedom here, but that also means more freedom to be an empty-minded ashore.

That said, I've also gotten some amazing, supportive reies and comments from when my wife was in the ER and they didn't let me in because of Covid. I just don't feel it's worth joining in a discussion here because there are too many one sentence aggressive replies compared to the more thoughtful replies I encountered on Reddit. I usually on comment on here anymore when I'm drunk.

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QuantumRemedy 1 point ago

You might be right. My understanding was that he "engaged" by drawing his weapon. In most states, thats considered assault in the wrong context and is considered an act of aggression if not assault. I may be wrong though that he drew his weapon befofe he was on the ground, but that was my understanding of why he would be considered the aggressor.

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QuantumRemedy 1 point ago

I'm not 100% sure on Florida but we went over the NC statutes in class and I was shocked to see that you actually cannot confront someone and then proceed to kill them in self defense unless the confrontation was clearly in self defense, such as someone attacking another person or threatening, physically or verbally, to cause harm. In that case, you're not the aggressor even if you take the first "action". Witnesses and other evidence have to back up you were defending and not being the aggressor to make a good self defense case if its murky enough to result in you being charged.

This is why there is insurance for gunowners in the event of a self defense shooting.

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QuantumRemedy 0 points ago

I think easily is the bullshit but supposedly the way the Stand Your Ground law is written, you have to show that you did not aggravate the situation by engaging unnecessarily. The "unnecessarily" part would be debated but the prosecution would have put the responsibility of proving engagement was truly necessary. The shooting was necessary but as the product of unnecessary engagement, the prosecution could use the letter of the law to prove negligent homicide in violation of the Stand Your Ground law. That law didn't get Zimmerman off as the media claims, rather it was the fact they couldn't prove intent.

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QuantumRemedy 28 points ago

It's a more extreme situation than with the officer involved with Floyd. They charge a crime higher than they can legally expect to convict on so it appeases the mob while the ba is in their court and will result in a lack of conviction where they can blame the corrupt justice system as if they aren't players in the same system.

When I took my CCW class in NC, the teacher, a local sheriff, explained to us that George Zimmerman could have been easily convicted jf they wanted him to be because he technically committed negligent homicide by confronting the kid. However, because of politics and the media, he was charged with a higher crime (I dont remember which degree of murder it was) and they couldn't convince a jury. This is extremely nasty and devastating for our country politically even though it is a good example of a justice system that often works in spite of political misbehavior.

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QuantumRemedy 3 points ago

My mom loves Trump but I thought this was pretty good.

Generated here: https://imgflip.com/ai-meme

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QuantumRemedy 3 points ago

I'm out of the loop. Obviously what you're talking about has been memory holed because I've never heard of it and can't find it with a few searches. What is this about?

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