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Razeontherock 3 points ago +3 / -0

There was one? That's probably why I didn't stay caught up with all the riots then

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Razeontherock 3 points ago +3 / -0

Wait, a .win is CCP cancel culture PC nonsense? We need to get our mods on that.

This is the problem with growing too quickly ....

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Razeontherock 14 points ago +14 / -0

Happy Birthday, and many more!

Wish he was mandatory in school. This Nation would've never gotten in this mess.

If anybody really wants to get out there and protest, make a sign saying Thomas Sowell's life matters. Then, because they won't recognize the name, have a picture of his face. Maybe an old pic of him as a young man.

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Razeontherock 23 points ago +23 / -0

I was told there would be math

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Razeontherock 4 points ago +4 / -0

Loik at the huge rise in 18 & under too. The number ia still small, but the rise is like 20-29

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Razeontherock 1 point ago +1 / -0

"Just following orders." We need lots of trials about that, apparently ...

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Razeontherock 1 point ago +1 / -0

He's a repeat offender then. Some people learn slower than others. Big guys like these bullies are susceptible to injured knees.

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Razeontherock 2 points ago +2 / -0

We certainly need our shot heard round the world, but we need to be telling them that they can be sentenced to life in prison or capital punishment for what they're doing. And ask them if they've never heard of Nuremburg? "I was just following orders" is no excuse, they took an oath to uphold the Constitution.

https://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/42/1983

There's also another one about color of law

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Razeontherock 1 point ago +1 / -0 (edited)

I just made a new 'quotable' folder for that

Here's another by him: "I feel ashamed that so many of us cannot imagine a better way to do things than locking children up all day in cells instead of letting them grow up knowing their families, mingling with the world, assuming real obligations, striving to be independent and self-reliant and free."

Hopefully people are carrying on with his work?

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Razeontherock 2 points ago +2 / -0

Lol I saw your QB in the skills segment of the Pro Bowl stuff. I never realized he was that good. Coming from a Packers fan who's seen AR#12, Brett Favre, and before that Peyton Manning was my hometown QB. I forget who they picked up in the draft, but you guys could be much improved.

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Razeontherock 1 point ago +1 / -0

Here's somebody else's sentiment on the same topic:

"The dissolution of all countries into a global favela. Everyone reduced to serfdom and kept distracted by identity based warfare. Endless low level conflict with no rules, no restraint, no mercy. No destiny in space- just this mudball. No future other than an eternal hellworld, covered by a dark age everlasting.

The political elite families will live in luxury away from it all, feeding their degenerate desires unfettered, sacrificing thousands a year for entertainment and a relentless search for immortality. Like the Eloi and Molocks from The Time Machine.

Eventually, they’ll fade into myth. No one will believe they existed. The mysterious disappearances of children will be blamed on some bogeyman (The Orange Man, perhaps) and no one will even investigate it. Any signs of dissent or wanting something better will be quietly eliminated, but not too quietly. Enough will be let known as a warning."

I rather liked that comment, posted by Rhapsody_the_Blue

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Razeontherock 2 points ago +2 / -0

That may help. There also may be an advantage to hitting it while it's still farther away, before it gets good footage. And turning off cellphone tracking, or better yet leaving it on but putting it somewhere you're not.

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Razeontherock 1 point ago +1 / -0

Why coitenly! I have to warn you though, it's a bout an hour long and you can't really condense it, except for skipping the introduction at the beginning which is like less than 5 minutes. And it's mostly about Patton and how successful he was, and why he was hated. The speaker says he won't mention DJT, but he can't help it. And a lot of the questions at the end focus on that aspect.

So, when you have that much time, it's got GREAT insight:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EJsC-buIkSE

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Razeontherock 2 points ago +2 / -0

Yes! What's more, I don't believe she'd see something suspicious and give anyone a pass. I think she'd delve into investigative journalism and expose shenanigans wherever it might be found.

We need to get back to that. Journalism is supposed to be non-partisan.

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Razeontherock 1 point ago +1 / -0

While this is a great read, the first thing I'm reminded of is "loose lips sink ships." If everyone connected was already arrested and in custody, then it would be fine to go public with this info. But if we can read it here, the targets of this prosecution can too. Whether they flee and join daesh, get Arkancided / Epsteined, or whatever else, they can be replaced and we're back to square 1. And worse, if the guilt never gets exposed to daylight. the general public never has to face the truth about what happened and the horrible polarization continues.

And so does the witchhunt.

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Razeontherock 16 points ago +17 / -1

Just letting y'all know, some time back (2 years ago maybe?) a law was quietly passed saying you can't shoot down drones. I don't know what the penalties are or how you would get caught, but if you down one you'd better destroy any footage on it. And they may have been downloaded live.

The law was presented as protecting citizen's rights, but I knew it was all about the government trying to protect itself.

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Razeontherock 7 points ago +7 / -0

I would trust the UN as much as I trust the WHO. Which is to say, less than 0. It's a great idea, but not the UN. Secure the vote is an organization doing this

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Razeontherock 30 points ago +31 / -1

I think our best strategy is to let them try to rally support around Joe, and we just concentrate on his gaffs but take it pretty easy on him. Don't mention dementia, in the hopes that they don't replace him and they pass some deadline where they can no longer switch him out.

We have to hold lefties to the idea that shampeachment was all about DJT supposedly being "afraid" to run against Biden. Since he's so great they HAVE to stick with him, those are the rules! Lol

Biden was a gaffe machine 40 years ago. If they're forced to defend gaffes, they might just see that DJT is not what MSM has maliciously misrepresented him as being.

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Razeontherock 3 points ago +3 / -0

I'll be the hangman. Somebody's running around saying hanging isn't a reliable way of death. BS. Drop em 10 feet, their neck snaps, spinal cord is severed, death is instantaneous. You never feel it.

If somebody survives that? Haul em back up, drop em again. That'll do it. Way less can go wrong than with lethal injections, which proved to not be humane at all. And super expensive.

I'd rather not waste the ammo on this pig. One rope will last for centuries.

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Razeontherock 3 points ago +3 / -0

Notice how this links to pics form WI protest. Over 5,000 there yesterday, just at the main gathering. Pus zillions driving all around the capitol; I won't say we had more driving than MI, but we may have rivaled it. Plus 1,000s more walking the sidewalks around the Capitol. No way did we rival the 20 - 30,000 VA had at their 2A protest, but this was BIG.

Notice the pic of the guillotine.

I lost count of all the scary black rifles, and this was not designated as an open carry event.

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