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  • Quote from Cody: “I’ve been hearing a lot of positive coverage about Pete Buttigieg lately, all indications are that he’s a good speaker with an interesting life story and could leave an impression if he makes it into the debates. Not sure if he’d be able to overcome current name recognition issues for this primary but could be a future rising star to look out for - he’s only 37. ” I saw the Q&A Buttigieg gave on CNN or whatever, he came off as very smart, his answers sounded honest and thought …

  • Mueller Report

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    People go down all these rabbits holes of stuff that we 85% know and ignore things that happened out in the open. Trump changed the Republican platform to be pro-Russian, he asked for Russia to hack Hilary's email in public and then Russia did exactly that. All of the security agencies agree that Russia hacked and subverted our elections and yet Trump held some weird summit with Putin afterwards and said that he sees no reason why it would be Russia. Him admitting he fired Comey over this "Russi…

  • Mueller Report

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    The Mueller Report has the potential to be the end all for Trump. The fears of it being heavily censored are high. I suspect that Mueller will be subpoenaed by the House to confirm or comment on the report f the public version doesn't live up to what we are all expecting. This is going to be a big deal. Quote from Mozly Alice: “reuters.com/article/us-kazakhs…yev-resigns-idUSKCN1R01N1 I'm no expert of anything but this is interesting, I really want to see how Russia reacts, or more specifically P…

  • I just went on 8chan and their slogan/ header is "embrace infamy" and I just read an entire thread that was about taking anybody with an IQ below 140 should be taken out of the genepool. A lot of the people replying to thread actually state their approval of eugenics and of course there was a lot of conspiracies about Jews using black people to take over the world. One of the reasons someone gave as an opposition to this idea was because "k**** invented the IQ test" to keep themselves in power. …

  • I feel like guns are a failed fight in America and nothing seems to be done about them no matter how bad they get. It says something that he traveled to New Zealand from Australia. I feel like people aren't putting enough attention to the story on the guns used. Are guns just that easy to get in New Zealand or did he have connections in New Zealand that helped him get the guns? The guns are easier to solve than the other side, which is the hatred. I've heard people say that Anti-Semitism is the …

  • We need regulation and restrictions, not shutdowns and takeovers. We can't allow our search for law and order to become justification for a police state... ...But Both 4chan and 8chan, especially, have a long history of playing a role in things like attack campaigns on private people and publishing child pornography that should have justified these regulations and restrictions long before it got to this point. If there's already these proper rules and regulations and these websites have been vio…

  • The stupid number lock option on the keyboard is the dumbest thing ever. Why would their be an option to disable part of the keyboard and why would the function be automatically off when I sign in at the library? Quote from BackSet-Chan: “Some idiot at my school who's whole personality consists basically of "I smoke weed." That's all he talks about. That he smokes weed. ” I was this kid in Highschool. People I would hang out with after school used to tell me that their sister knew me from class …

  • What your story speaks of is a lot of what I feared made up the two parties. Confusing bureaucracy and behind-the-scenes activity that strays away from the intent of the voters. The way you described the caucus system working sounds very outdated, seems like something that would have made sense for small towns in the late 19th Century/ early 20th Century. I always support systems that better represent the people that they represent and it's to me like Causcuses are a censored form of Democracy.

  • I get almost all of my news online and I use google to fact-check talking heads and their guests all the time. MSNBC is on the played where I live about 4 or 5 hours a day often, I consider them to be honest but I see them in total line-step with the needs of the Democratic Party. They have something against Bernie Sanders (he's not a true Democrat) and some of their people are over the top, but they have some really good guests on there and it's from those people that I end up finding stories l…

  • We can actually disagree whether or not the Confederate statues are racist. There's a lot more that the Confederacy represented than just slavery, and this statue actually predated the 1960s Civil Rights Movement that most of these statues came from being a reaction to (which ofcourse was a racist move) but ultimately these statues are un-American. The Confederacy spent it's entire existence at war with the USA. If you can trace your roots back to America during this time then you probably are r…

  • Quote from BackSet-Chan: “Edit: I hate daylight savings time. ” At this point, I hate Standard Time. Daylight Saving Time is actually 8 months of the year and standard time is only for 4 so we might as well just make the switch to year round Daylight Saving Time and prevent Standard Time from ruining our schedules twice a year. I got a whole bunch of midterms coming up so I'm stressed out.

  • Quote from Kerest: “The "the side that makes the fewest assumptions is right" definition is disproven more often than not in scientific advancement. Usually, it's not the side that makes the fewest assumptions, but the side that managed to make the correct assumptions. For example, in medical knowledge, Occam's Razor was that ulcers resulted from stress. Actual science disproved that; ulcers are caused by bacteria. In fact, Occam's Razor actually held back proper medical treatment of ulcers for …

  • Are you suggesting that we get rid of the private attorney system? While that would be a massive step toward insuring equality in the court system and might be a discussion worth having, but I'm not sure I support it. Your right to your own defence is second only to your right to property pretty much. The Public Defender system is already under funded when compared to the District Attorney and so I don't feel like that people, who should be considered innocent until proven guilty, should be made…

  • Quote from Vulpes: “My feet were cold, but for some reason I only had one clean sock. So now I'm sitting here with two feet crammed into one sock. ” This is way too funny to be true

  • For context on Manafort’s 47 months in prison, my client yesterday was offered 36-72 months in prison for stealing $100 worth of quarters from a residential laundry room. — Scott Hechinger I thought that Hechinger was a small time Public Defender but apparently he has quite a name for himself as I looked him up and he's given interviews and stuff before. Either way, happens all the time and the problem is that the court seems to believe that some people's time is worth more than others. To me th…

  • Quote from Pietro: “The next 2 years in the House for the Democrats should be about making the progressive case going into the 2020 election. We already know that nothing progressive that the Democrats pass in the House will pass the Senate, we're not stupid. But the next 2 years should be about getting the Republicans on record as being against certain policies and the Democrats for certain policies. (just as the Republicans did when they had the House and the Democrats had the Senate a few yea…

  • A lot of the things I really like about Bernie are things that I fear might make him less qualified. Him being an outsider from the parties and the corruption isn't all good. While he's clearly way more qualified than Trump is, Trump's presidency has really made a good point about us needing someone with experience related to the field. Bernie has experience as lawmaker but has his outsiderness prevented him from the experience or connections that people that embraced the Democratic Party more? …

  • Conservatives accept gun control from Republicans but reject it completely from the Democrats. Bush managed to get more done on gun control than Obama was able to do and he did it with way less issue. It's really weird but there's a clear double standard This issue is a largely rural vs urban issue, but there's clearly something that needs to be done about it. People in the inner cities have thought that guns were a major problem for decades. While I think a lot of people learned from last time …

  • Quote from HeroOfTime5: “Warren is going to steal votes from Bernie. She isn’t s true populist and her goal of increasing regulations will still keep corporations in power. She needs to drop out and support Bernie. ” People seem to understand that this isn't about what flavor of soda you want like it used to be but more about making sure that that you will have the option for a sugary beverage no matter what flavor it is. Way too many people either refused to vote for either candidate or just di…

  • Quote from Topaz Mutiny: “Quote from Avalanchemike: “Right-wing terrorist apprehended in Maryland with a stockpile of guns. ” How the fuck did I miss this I live in this state. I pass by Silver Spring every day I go to work. First time I've actually heard officials use the proper term "domestic terrorism" too. ” Just to be fair, in America these people are really common. His "stockpile" of guns is actually not that big and the only thing that really separates him as anything unusual was that he …

  • Last week there was an "Active Shooter" call at my college. Turns out the call was actually "person with a gun" report and said person was never located (people get robbed at my college or even sexually assaulted with shockingly high regularity). The thing was that the college handled what they believed to be an active shooter incident really badly. They only shut down the Hall the subject with gun was supposed to be at, they misreported the "person with gun" as an active shooter, they did a rea…

  • Oddly enough, the thing that I'm going to talk fondly of is the exact same thing I complained about in what was probably my most recent post before this. The library that is at my school is noticeably warmer than the temperature outside. Last time this irked me as it meant that the air inside was too warm for me to handle and I felt like that the school should be more responsible with their carbon footprint. This time I just walked in here to use the bathroom real quick and only chose to stay be…

  • So one of my classes is sustainability focused and there's a really big environmental club here on campus that I have been intending on joining whenever I figured up on how, but do you know what would be a huuuge held on the sustainability of the school? TURN DOWN THE GOD DAMN THERMOSTAT! I'm in the library at the moment and it is just too warm in here compared to the outside temperature. I actually had to leave to stand out side to help cool me down when I first came here. After being here for …

  • No way Christmas is five days away, I haven't bought anyone presents this year. It really looks like I'll end up getting gift cards for people. I have no excuse to not get people stuff but at the same I have no idea what people want for themselves.

  • Ban the user above you! v.4

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    Guinea has no such authority as he was recently banned himself.

  • Words you find funny

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    dollop is an over full spoonful instead of an even spoonful. That's how I understand it.

  • Quote from Guinea: “A job. That saved me for a while. Never expected the guy to do that. I knew absolutely nothing about extermination work but sure enough he helped me get my license to handle and use poisons. Too bad the business shut down after about a year. My license expired and I went back to the food industry. Oh well. Other than that, when I was about... Idk how old I was, but my dad bought me an Xbox with the original Halo. That was a good Christmas. ” So you went from poisons directly …

  • Quote from Keyaki: “Quote from goronmario: “basically every us president is shitty on immigration. Trump is just open about it. Obama deported more people in 2013 than trump did this year ” Isn't that only because immigrants are having a harder time getting in this time around? lolQuote from Ruki: “So a Texas judge (of course) found the ACA unconstitutional. tenor.gif ” I remember someone saying that same bullshit about Net Neutrality ” The loss we took on Net Neutrality was a massive one. of co…

  • Guess the User Below You!

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    This is not Tead but I have a feeling the next one is going to be him.

  • Guess the User Below You!

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    You were wrong $B-rod$

  • You corrupt the essence of democracy when you fight dirty and I would rather end the fight than just win our next round. This is why I believe Jon Tester might be the best candidate for the Presidential race in 2020. He's not my favorite by a good meter, but he's probably the least "Coastal Elite" that the Democratic party has in the Senate and he has an A- ranking by the NRA. He comes from Montana and plain and simply I'm pretty sure he's never cheated on his mistress with a porn-star. It would…

  • Quote from Big Daddy Biggles: “Thanks man. I just honestly can't remember a time where I didn't feel like complete shit for one reason or another. I'm not even sure what "feeling okay" even is anymore. I'm still waiting to hear from the doctors to see exactly what the extent of the damage is on her lungs and brain. I'm supposed to hear this afternoon hopefully otherwise it'll be in 6 hours when I'm done work. ” I just want to say that I feel for you and I'm here for you as much as someone detach…

  • Quote from Colu: “we have a 9pm alarm each night. when it goes off, it's time to turn off the screens and get ready for bed (brush teeth etc). then we can relax and hang out quietly. we usually read or chat during this time. around 10-11pm is when it's actually lights out. we get up at 7:30am. i personally never sleep a whole night through, waking up every few hours. and when i'm on my period, i need around 2 extra hours of sleep each night. actually, on a related note, it's not uncommon for som…

  • I went to the ER twice a year two or three times in a row for dumb shit I did while drunk when I was a teenager. If I spent the time to think about it I could give you the actual number but I find all of that really embarrassing and I'd rather keep it as forgettable as possible. One time I was spun out and sliced my Right-hand pointer finger pretty damn deep with a two sided razor blade. Two sided razor blades should absolutely never be used outside of a professional setting. They are about as s…

  • Quote from Inevitable Elegy: “Scrambled Eggs, Caramel, Peanut Butter, and Sausage is disgusting to me. ” Are you saying that each one of these food items disgust you all on their own or are you saying that the combination of all these food is gross? Because if it's the latter that would make sense Quote from Chloroform: “I dont eat raw bananas. yuck ” Bananas give me stomach aches. I was told that was because I didn't chew them well enough. For a few years all I had to do was chew them better an…

  • The avatar above me is clearly trying to hit on me, but I need to be bought a meal before you can even try to offer me a drink

  • Have you ever done that?

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    Ofcourse I have been. I'm massively confused about something or another on a near constant basis. Have you ever lost an okay amount of money in a wager, bet or investment of somesort and felt really dumb afterwards?

  • Quote from BackSet-Chan: “I feel like parents aren't even allowed to play the tuition card anymore after what happened to the economy (which was there fault). ” This is a massive over-simplification of the economy. I'm personally getting prepared to give a speech on why we need to give up on our economy that is massively polluting our environment while not serving to benefit the median income wage earners at all (America's average lifespan declined for the second year in a row despite the on-goi…

  • Quote from Colu: “weird. all the trails here have doggy bag dispensers for free. not just trails, parks and other outdoor areas too ” The walks i take my dog on never are over a mile. We have such paths nearby, but the main purpose of my walks are so that he has a place to poop since he has shown that he his willing to overpower any fence that is in his way when he is left home alone in the backyard. One of the two gates in my backyard has two hook-in-eye locks (which are absolutely useless agai…

  • Words you find funny

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    Quote from Takanuva: “Au jus is also really fun to say. Bonus points if you can say worshteshire (I can't even spell it!) ” Worcestershire War-chest-err-shire