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Comment Re:Nice for a change (Score 1) 248

And kill citizens in exchange for tax revenue. Really, short yellow lights do kill people. Municipal governments know this and some of them still shorten the lights beyond the acceptable range as dictated by DOT engineering standards.

In my opinion we should be able to draw and quarter the people responsible for intentionally turning human misery and death into tax revenue.

Comment Re:IN SOVIET RUSSIA (Score 1) 529

Sorry, I am otherwise occupied trying to herd US citizens into realizing what the real threats to us are. Here's a hint, it ain't the great Russian smokescreen.

It's people like you who are so convinced that partisan politics is an all or nothing, us or them situation that you are willing to create lies in your mind to support your position and get enraged about non-issues because you have tied your ego to the belief center of your brain and completely bypassed the logic circuits.

Case in point. My number one concern is for the health, well being, and viability of every American citizen. You call that concern traitorous for some inscrutable reason. You keep attributing partisan political motivations to me when I have never taken a stand for a political "side," only pointed out how someone was incredibly wrong about the availability of emails. That is not indicative of the actions of a logical person. Those are the thoughts of a compromised mind.

Comment Re:IN SOVIET RUSSIA (Score 1) 529

Did you even read what I wrote, or are you again interjecting your own thoughts? I can play play that game too you know.

I said I am in opposition to our government on many things, and firmly in favor of the people of the US. You call that being a traitor, fine. Therefore, as a non-traitor yourself, you must support 100% of what our government is doing, eh? Well then, that would make you a Trump supporter, and a bigly one at that! Well, if supporting our government in everything they do and kowtowing to Trump is your thing, keep it up patriot! I will oppose you and you can call me a traitor all you want.

You like the idea of rampant corporatism, encroaching fascism, and deliberate misrepresentation of the electorate. I get it. You're too stupid to realize that our government, both "parties" as you call them, are nothing more than the new aristocracy, completely dedicated to their own causes which are vastly different than the interests of their constituents and even their supporters. I get that too. You want to support your "side," but you don't realize that your "side" doesn't support you and is acting against your interests as a citizen. I get that as well. But just because you are committed to the same subjugation and exploitation of the US people as our leaders doesn't mean that I won't try to talk you out of being a self destructive robot dedicated to taking all of us down with you. Again, call me a traitor all you want, I will wear your stupid label as a badge of pride.

Comment Re:IN SOVIET RUSSIA (Score 1) 529

I see your reading comprehension level is way below the material presented. I was referring to your activities and how they were like what Trump does with his stupid tweets. I pointed out how what you said was silly and irrelevant to reality. Just like a lot of what Trump says. You then proceeded to dig your heels in, defending a demonstrably asinine position, just like Trump does. You do it again in the post I am replying to. You can't even address the points I made. You presented no evidence of your claim, nor any corroborating suppositions that point toward evidence. You said nothing to refute what I said other than what boils down to a rhetorical "nuh-uh."

Please forgive me if I don't take you as an authoritative source. You can't even quote me correctly and the words are right there in the post. We are all somehow stupider for having read what you wrote. You are awarded no points, and may god have mercy on your soul.

Comment Re:So, the gist of it is... (Score 1) 226

Woah dude! What have you been smoking? I am talking about the actual news. Take a look:

http://dailycaller.com/2017/03...

http://abcnews.go.com/US/suspe...

And here is the definition of false flag:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/...

Two people responsible for the hundreds of threats against Jewish community centers, synagogues, and cemeteries as well as destruction of property, etc. The second link reveals this Jewish guy is responsible for threats all over the world, not just in the US. The media pushed hard for this story to be part of the "racists and anti-semites following Trump and Bannon, emboldened and galvanized into action, blah blah blah." Turns out it was the farthest thing from.

That doesn't preclude the Trump supporters or organization from doing the same thing with stirring up dissent, which was my point. Create a crisis, capitalize on it. You know, a page out of ol' Saul's book. Jesus, I keep forgetting how incredibly stupid you are. Don't try to figure out what this means, it will only confuse you.

I don't even know what the fuck the elders of Zion is, I'm just quoting the news, the Israeli police, and US justice department. What kind of filters are you running in your cortex that has you off on such a tangent? You need to clean them out, they're toxic and you can't see reality because of what you have overlaid on your perceptions.

Finally and most importantly, I don't have a "team." I am decidedly not one of you, if you will pardon the expression, fucking stupid morons that think a political party is going to save them. I don't play that game and I certainly don't see either party serving my interests or representing me in the slightest. So, yeah, keep on with your presupposed opposition, preconceived notions, and crazy internal monologue. If it helps you make enemies and completely misunderstand the world around you then I guess its working as you hoped?

Comment Re: So, the gist of it is... (Score 1) 226

I hope your kids date black people and have little mixed babies...

If only everyone would do the same, we wouldn't have a race problem in this country any more. Racist fucks like you would be the same "race" as everyone else.

Maybe we could hate people for being ignorant and hateful instead of skin color. Would be great to see you up against the wall first.

Comment Re:So, the gist of it is... (Score 1) 226

With all of the liberals and Jewish dudes calling in bomb threats to synagogues and knocking over Jewish headstones, I wouldn't be surprised if this was a false flag operation as well. Fucking crazy humans, the lot of you.

Manipulation of the public is way too easy, and by that I mean manipulation of individuals on a large scale. If you want to generate sympathy for your side and hatred of the other all you have to do is secretly attack your own side in a very public way that makes it easy for people to virtue signal. See the reference above or all of those black college students hanging up nooses in trees and painting the n-word on walls, fake rape accusations, etc. IT happens more often than you might think. Hate is so gauche that the people who thrive on it have to manufacture it now. The sad part is how much you all eat it up.

The really awesome part would be if these people thought they were being paid by Soros to generate interest in taking down the government but they were actually being paid by Trump's people to make the public upset at the liberal fringe elements.

It would be funny if it weren't so plausible.

Comment Re: RICO (Score 1) 226

If some of these protesters are being paid to do this, and if they have done it before (within the last 10 years), and if there is a common plaintiff then yes, there could be RICO charges.

That being said, its a super long shot and there would have to be a huge investigation into who was funding this kind of activity. This would not be like the Italian mob where their presence was known and their ability to avoid prosecution was a thorn in the side of law enforcement. This would be the discovery of a whole new organization, their objective being subversive attacks on the American political system from a faux grass roots perspective. A totally different animal than profit motivated mobsters.

With Trump in office, RICO charges would be the least of their worries.

Comment Re:IN SOVIET RUSSIA (Score 1) 529

Do you ever get accused of acting just like Trump? You know, when you say something incredibly stupid, get called out on it, and then instead of admitting you effed up you just say it again, and louder hoping it will sound true. Well, if not, you sure are taking one from his playbook on this one.

Former Secretary of State Clinton assumed office in 2009 and stepped down in February of 2013.

Trump made that comment in July of 2016.

It is not a stretch to think that the 33,000 deleted emails Trump was referring to didn't all get sent on the last day of her tenure. Do you personally know of any intermediary servers that retain random emails and their contents for 3.5-7 years? Maybe a log of "to" and "from," but contents from the body? Even if they did, where the hell would you start to look? What you propose is like looking for a non-existent needle in a million invisible haystacks.

Come on man. Really?

Comment Re:Unions are the answer. (Score 1, Insightful) 469

Unions have their own problems.

Union boss: HEY! Company boss guy! You cant keep fucking your employees over!

CEO: Why? They seem to like it.

Union boss: Well its our turn to fuck them for a while. They have more than one hole. Just give us first dibs and you can occupy the other.

CEO: So I get to watch you fuck them while I fuck them too? Sounds like a win-win scenario for everyone!

Union boss: Great, glad that is settled. See you in Ibiza this summer?

CEO: No, I'll be at my place in the Hampton's this year. Want to join me?

Union boss: I would but my home there is being renovated. For 12 million you would think you wouldn't have to put in a tennis court and redo the entire master suite.

Comment Re:Contempt of the court... (Score 1) 517

Yes, I know it seems a bit over-accusatory to mention "correct opinions" and maybe even a misnomer. Everyone is entitled to their own opinion, right?

This is a bit of an inside joke, sorry. Try replacing it with the idea of "not even wrong" if you are familiar with that.

If you are not familiar with it look here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/...

In this particular parlance "form correct opinions" refers to using data that directly contradicts your conclusion as supporting information. It belies a level of ignorance, blindness, or uninformed cogitation resulting from attaching their opinion to their self worth. For those who do this the supporting information does not need to be true, correct, or even exist in some cases. They will forcefully project their unsupported opinion into discussions because their ego requires it. I have noticed people suffering from partisanship do this quite a bit.

Comment Re:IN SOVIET RUSSIA (Score 1) 529

A few things for you to gnaw on in the corner of your mother's basement:

First: You can't hack a server once it has been taken offline and the information wiped from the drives. It isn't possible. To make it possible for ANYONE to hack it you would have to go back in time. And no, not now you mental midget, then...at the exact time those statements were made the dismantling and wiping of the server had already happened. That is why the entire subject came up between those politicians in the first place! Now, to be able to think that this is even possible you would have to be a huge idiot, I think we can all agree. That places you and AutodidactLibrat in the same bag of stupid as Trump if AutodidactLibrat is correct that Trump meant that Russia should hack a nonexistent server.

Second: At no point in this post did I support foreign hacking of US assets. First, as I said in my original post and just reiterated, it wasn't even possible, and second, you created that out of your own mind. You fail at reality even worse than AutodidactLibrat did. In his case he is positing something that is impossible, but to someone whose political zealotry is much larger than their intellect, this is sad but understandable. I see partisan people think, say, and do incredibly stupid things due to the effect that they let politics have on their mind all the time. Its has become just one of those things you learn to endure, like trash on the street, world hunger, and entrenched corporatism strangling the American middle class. In your case though, you are taking things from your own mind and inserting them into my post. The words I said are right there in black and white and are very easy to read. And, if necessary, you have access to online dictionaries and even Google Translate if you aren't an English first language individual and what I wrote is too complex for you. So there is absolutely no excuse for what you did. It is an entirely new level of stupid I can't even begin to fathom. Why even read what I wrote if you are just going to make up things to respond to? It's not even a straw man what you did. It is mind blowing.

Third: You can call me a traitor. You can call me an enemy of the US government. I will stand by those labels. I will wear them with pride. I stand in opposition to many things our government has done and continually does. If that makes me an enemy of our government and a traitor I am fine with that. My loyalty is with the people of the USA. They are my party, they are my brothers and sisters, they are the reason I stand in opposition to my government on many issues. So, yes, I will be a traitor against our government in favor of the people of the USA. I will endure your stupidity and accusations and still stand for what is best for you. Even when you would rather eat shit, I will try to feed you milk, meat, and bread.

Comment Re:What if (Score 1) 517

I keep thinking his sister, who called the police and reported that he had shown her hundreds of images of child porn, could have encrypted his drives without him knowing.

He tried to decrypt the drive with his normal password, it didn't work. Now she gets the inheritance, the house, family jewels, or maybe just gets back at him for the ol' frog in the cereal bowl trick he played on her when she was 5.

Now, do I really believe this? No. However, that doesn't mean its not an easy way to get someone thrown in jail forever.

Comment Re:Contempt of the court... (Score 1) 517

"That the key happens to be a word — rather than something tangible like a metal key or a thumb-print — is irrelevant and does not magically add a Constitutional protection."

Oh yeah, well what if his passkey is "I attest under penalty of perjury that I rape lots of kids"?

Ta da! (I am joking of course)

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