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SheikFromMozambake 1 point ago

This isn't leftist garbage trying to normalize pedophilia. The Mini AOC account is high quality satire that makes a legitimate point about our government: AOC and the things she stands for are childish. That's an important point to make. I'm not sure how to do it without involving an actual child. To my knowledge, this account is anonymous so the actual child is free to grow up and form whatever views she wants. She seems to be having fun with it.

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SheikFromMozambake 4 points ago

Leftists know the opposition to Trump is going down in flames in November. Waiting them out is the winning strategy. Protect the things that need protecting, but otherwise avoid and ignore them. Time is on our side.

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SheikFromMozambake 6 points ago

It's truly brazen to anoint a senile cleptocrat who can't even speak. History will show that this moment was the last dying gasp of the Democrat party. Praise Kek.

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SheikFromMozambake 5 points ago

The left doesn't care about destroying anything, but they definitely don't play 4D chess. They are persistent single minded dolts. Nothing they do is farsighted.

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SheikFromMozambake 3 points ago

I agree his pupils are somewhat dilated but opioids reduce pupil size. There are many drugs that dilate eyes.

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SheikFromMozambake 3 points ago

The best way to not be assassinated while President is to select a VP who your enemies would hate to have as President. Of course, Pence brings many other qualities to the table. In this case, I think Trump made the decision by himself after listening to recommendations from folks he trusts. Trump certainly wasn't listening to anything that establishment Republicans had to say.

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SheikFromMozambake 2 points ago

You make a very good point. I think it's human nature to be drawn to some stories for a variety of psychological reasons. It's annoying even when the topic is important because we see the same thing 40 times. The best feature this site could ever implement would be grouping posts by topic. It wouldn't be easy to do but it would put this platform's capabilities head and shoulders above that site we left.

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SheikFromMozambake 5 points ago

That right there's funny; I don't care who you are.

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SheikFromMozambake 7 points ago

He's a patriot and an extremely fast learner. He's learned a shitload from Trump about not taking any shit. Before Trump, he knew all the right patriotic things and was a brilliant debater but his logical arguments weren't getting traction with the masses. But now he's been weaponized. He knows how to get people's attention, he knows how to get the patriotic thoughts to resonate in his audience, and he knows to come out with guns blazing and never to back down. He's a keeper.

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SheikFromMozambake -1 points ago

I'm on your side, of course, but it's possible, likely even, that all of the quarantining has reduced many other diseases.

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SheikFromMozambake 4 points ago

He seems to be doing a fine job right where he is. By not being part of the administration, he's free to say whatever he wants. That's useful. I think Bannon and Trump both know this. They are both very intelligent people who think strategically. It's entirely possible that their mini-feud was intentional deception to give Bannon cover.

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SheikFromMozambake 3 points ago

You said you'd like to stay with your company until you retire. If you have an actual interest in learning to code, by all means, do it. But I'd recommend doing it on your own time while you continued your current job. There are many online resources available. The free edX classes are a good starting point. But I wouldn't do it unless you're actually interested in it. Assuming you develop some proficiency coding, you can let your company know you're interested in moving into a coding oriented job. If they're not interested, you can start interviewing with other companies. The bottom line is that it's never wrong to develop new skills and see where they take you, but don't make the mistake of locking yourself into a job that you can't stand to do.

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SheikFromMozambake 4 points ago

I'm 95% sure you know the misspelled version is just the British spelling. But, just in case you were being serious, refer to my previous sentence.

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SheikFromMozambake 2 points ago

Brilliant. Now I'm looking forward to someone giving me shit for not wearing a mask in the grocery store.

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SheikFromMozambake 13 points ago

I always wanted to see a Bristol race. And now I just don't care. Truth be told, I gave up on Noosecar when they stopped crowning champs based on winning races.

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SheikFromMozambake 0 points ago

You're absolutely correct. I will stop defending the absurd notion that man learns anything naturally. Thank you for enlightening me.

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SheikFromMozambake 1 point ago

Insisting that others have reason, understanding, and common sense only because your God bestowed these gifts upon them isn't an argument at all - it's simply a statement of your personal faith. I'm not attacking your religion or your beliefs. You're welcome to believe whatever you want. But plenty of people start with "cogito ergo sum" and, through observation and objective reasoning, arrive at a set of morals that any reasonable person would describe as good. Your insistence that it's not possible for others to reach similar conclusions about morals via other paths simply doesn't hold water. Live long and prosper.

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SheikFromMozambake 1 point ago

That's not a very Christian thing to say. I forgive you though.

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SheikFromMozambake 2 points ago

I agree. But if we take the House, Trump won't have any problem identifying the person he wants to be Speaker. Trump knows this and sees no problem spreading praise to keep Republicans rowing in the same direction.

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