The Richard Nixon school of ballet and the arts / Re: OPEN BAR: Tough on bars, tough on the causes of bars« on: Yesterday at 08:40:41 pm »
EoC, however? STONE COLD SOBER
PD.com - you don't even believe in nihilism anymore
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Have I mentioned lately that I love you all? Because I do.
That can't be right, because there's no way to make it into an easily digestible soundbite.
"SHIT IS FUCKED"
But, seriously, thanks, Cain.
People in Syria sympathise with those who have been unfairly maligned due to their support for Gamergate.
They have a Kickstarter for them and everything.
Hrm. I'm having difficulty guessing which faction sympathises... Rebels, Assad or ISIS?
I'm going to go with ISIS pro Gamergate, Assad pro zoe quinn and the rebels caught in the crossfire.
I don't really follow the news much, but the Paris attacks really got my attention - probably because the situation at the Bataclan was a . . . how do you say . . . relate-able environment?
Anyhow, I did a bunch of reading and I found this article which I feel is a pretty likely explanation for why this mess exists in the first place.
essentially saying that the syrian civil war and resulting jihadist bullshit started over conflicting interests regarding a pipeline through Syria.
I thought the article was enlightening, so I thought I would share.
Also, if anyone thinks the article is bullshit, I'd like to know about it and why.
Wondering whether the hostage-takers in France today were planning their heist for last week but decided to wait a few days for everything to calm down.
"Nah, in a week or so everyone will be less on edge about armed men taking hostages. Wait until then for the robbery."
That's a good one. And also, a point that I can't believe so many people don't understand.