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jimmajamma [S] 3 points ago

Tranny fluid is 58% more likely to kill your transmission than be killed by it.

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jimmajamma [S] 1 point ago

Maybe the ass should be a donkey instead?

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jimmajamma [S] 2 points ago

Very funny and looks like it took forever!

Here's one that's funny with a different take, though ironically from a TDS sufferer: https://twitter.com/PaulLidicul/status/1240456665561882624

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jimmajamma [S] 1 point ago

A friend of mine's mother was very persistent and just recently got over such an impasse for him. Maybe tweet to @realDonaldTrump or someone close to him?

Hang in there.

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jimmajamma [S] 1 point ago

Yes. A friend in my town is in the ICU in critical condition. Medically induced coma. He just got access to one of the drugs that are supposed to be effective. We'll see how it goes. He's around 40 with 2 young children. Please say a prayer.

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jimmajamma [S] 1 point ago

That makes more sense. The math didn't add up.

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jimmajamma [S] 1 point ago

Exactly. This was meant to mock him. Useful idiots had their fun then disappeared.

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jimmajamma [S] 2 points ago

Wasn't this originally created to mock Alex?

Shows the impact and irony of useful idiots.

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jimmajamma [S] 2 points ago

But Hillary was supposed to win and didn't. 1. What if she did? 2. Why didn't she? (partially because AJ got people fired up).

And now you see what these people (deep states/elites) are capable of.

Syria/Libya etc. were part of a proxy war with Syria and she would most definitely have kept the conflict going.

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jimmajamma [S] 2 points ago

This is actually the original. The youtube link is a mirror by someone else:

https://www.bitchute.com/video/97PHxjvtNTfU/

He's got some other gold up there too, like this:

https://www.bitchute.com/video/Xg82cQ0nSFQq/

And this:

https://www.bitchute.com/video/mf5BIpxFUdj3/

Oh and we can't forget predator and that sexy rape:

https://www.bitchute.com/video/1EtBoviqi9Tv/

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jimmajamma [S] 40 points ago

If she was in the front row, we may not have been able to see the reaction on the faces of the scum in front of her.

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jimmajamma [S] 5 points ago

The problem started well before that with women's suffrage.

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jimmajamma [S] 1 point ago

The youtube video description claims this is Italy.

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jimmajamma [S] 1 point ago

I hope so. Someone's got to do time at the very least.

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jimmajamma [S] 1 point ago *

Thank you for your reply.

You are correct. Bitcoin today is like the early internet. It's got a way to go in terms of usability but it's quickly getting better. As for if Bitcoin will win, it's the top dog and all the others have not yet been battle tested like it has. There's been a fair amount of consolidation since the peaks in late 2017 and if you look at the "Bitcoin Dominance" charts it's pretty clear that all roads lead to Bitcoin - so far. Things can certainly change but Bitcoin has the benefit of multiple network effects that will be hard to overcome short of some revolutionary innovation.

Regulation is definitely a wildcard but Bitcoin is global. Impeding Bitcoin with regulation tends only to move innovation to other jurisdictions. NY for example came out with expensive to follow laws and the only real result was that many Bitcoin services now block customers from NY. IMO it's too big to block. It's also getting more private. So like file sharing and the drug trade it will just go underground. That would definitely be a setback but it will not stop it.

One more thing to consider, it's estimated that there is a $10T global black market (markets that operate outside the laws of their jurisdictions or in gray areas - for example without mandated licensing). I would characterize those as more naturally free markets. They could very well become the foundation of a new freedom revolution. Bitcoin is a perfect choice to facilitate growing those disparate markets across borders and beyond the prying eyes of governments.

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jimmajamma [S] 1 point ago

Great. Thank you for your thoughtful reply. There are many great resources online. Remember too that like the 2nd amendment, Bitcoin is a check against tyranny that can have impact despite the SHTF scenarios.

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jimmajamma [S] 3 points ago *

Let me start with, I've been saying the same thing for many years now. See my reddit user u/jimmajamma if you have doubts about it.

If you're serious about this, IMO, one of the essential milestones that must be achieved to withdraw ourselves from the corruption of both parties and the ever expanding government is to support the separation of money and state. The manipulation of the federal reserve, regardless of your political perspective or who you think controls, influences, or is controlled or influenced by it, allows massive manipulation of the citizenry. We can be punched down into recession, or inflated into bad investment ideologies like the unreasonable run up of the housing bubble.
We can be crippled by inflation as was the case in the late 1970s. The fed can expand the money supply at whim to support whatever global initiative it pleases WITHOUT THE CONSENT OF THE CITIZENS/TAX PAYERS which is only getting easier as we import more and more of those riding in the cart of government benefits vs. those of us forced to finance them.

I've studied Bitcoin since it was $1,000 in 2014, before it was $280 in 2015, then back up to $1000 on Jan 1, 2017, through the run ups and draw downs to where it is today at $8500 or so. Price is not a particularly important consideration for the sake of this comment, but I wanted to demonstrate I've been through it's ups and downs and have stayed true to it because I've educated myself on the technology, the ideology behind it and have marveled at its trajectory and progress.

This is not investment advice, it's a call to at least understand the counterfeit paper we are forced to use by the government that was once backed by gold and then one day in 1971 magically completely decoupled. It is a request that you consider a potential new money that cannot be printed at whim since it has a fixed and known issuance that cannot deviate and a parallel economy, one that is not controlled by a special cabal, that cannot be censored a la Operation Choke Point, and that is not constantly tracked and recorded like all of your banking and credit card accounts.

Despite being 10 years old, it's still an evolving technology, like the internet which took multiple decades to reach general usability. Therefore it requires a significant amount of time investment to understand it, then to understand how to safely use it, how to safely take custody of your own funds and to safely transact in it, but all of that will become more approachable over time.

The long term plan for Bitcoin is to allow for a parallel economy, in a way like Galt's Gulch, where doers who've had enough of the tyrannical state can trade their labor or products at their own discretion outside the prying eyes of bureaucrats, banks and corporations.

The sound monetary policy of Bitcoin is already being discussed as having an impact on central banks who at first laughed it off and who now are discussing adopting an underlying technology (blockchain) as if it is separable from the other novel concepts invented simultaneously for the larger invention of Bitcoin itself. If Bitcoin survives, supporters believe that in time Bitcoin will either become a new world standard of money to replace all the government money by fiat, or will force governments to compete. Both outcomes benefit tax payers.

I've been telling reddit TD users there is a synergy between freedom loving Americans and "people's money" as I call it, for years. I've tried to get Alex Jones and PJW to use it to overcome and deter the censorship that's come their way, but so far they haven't listened.

It's a tool that we can use to taper ourselves from the economy of the surveillance and taxing state back to a more sound moral ground where our labor and our wealth is our own and choices about whom to do business with are ours to make.

Also, lesser known fact. When Wikileaks was cut off from US based banking, Assange turned to Bitcoin and apparently that contributed to his ability to continue. Also, tomorrow's AMA guest, Stefan Molyneaux is a bit Bitcoin proponent.

I hope I've piqued at least 1 person's interest. I'm certainly glad someone told me about Bitcoin back in 2014. Whether or not I have piqued your interest, remember this post on the 16th day of 2020.

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