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Apple Talk / Re: What the FUCK?
« on: July 08, 2012, 07:32:02 pm »

I DOUBT

          my friends had been aware of the new nike's when they came up with this new piece, but that may make it even better somehow



http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10150945696443635&set=a.343003253634.148398.170409828634&type=1&theater

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Apple Talk / Re: What's your specialt(y/ies)?
« on: July 08, 2012, 12:24:16 am »
JESUS FUCK

LET'S HAVE A GROUP HUG, GUYS

WHEN

          did it ever stop?

I'M SORRY I EVER SAID ANYTHING NICE.

YOU JUST

           need more hugs

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Apple Talk / Re: Zombies....zombies...
« on: July 07, 2012, 07:31:07 pm »


GENERALLY

          the zombie stuff doesn't really draw my attention. i really, really enjoyed the movie 'cemetery man' and i lol at all the day/ dawn of the dead stuff. at least here where i live, you can't turn a fucking corner without zombie this zombie that ads and comics and theme parties, it just gets silly. the zombies vs. robots vs. amazons series by IDW is funny. however, my daughter began grabbing trade paper backs of the walking dead and reading the whole series eventually, and i knew it was just a matter of time til she wanted to see the show. i kinda protested the interest from the get go, but one's only daughter has a way of getting what she wants.

SO I WATCHED

          season one and thought it was pretty great. lots of tense moments, pulled off the horror element well. there was also quite a bit which was highly improbable (aside from the zombies). but what does one expect from a tv show, really? it's going to eventually get ridiculous and have so many inconsistencies you'll be throwing your beer at the screen. season one diverged from the original comic story so much that i'm not certain what to expect from the tv version.

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Discordian Recipes / Re: How to BE a fat bastard
« on: July 07, 2012, 07:16:40 pm »


WATCHING A MOVIE

          with the kids last nite a request for corn dogs was made. and fulfilled. the box had three sets of preparation instructions, traditional oven, microwave and

DEEP FRIED

          on the box

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OOWWW!!

          that was an uncharacteristic post for you, it reads more opinion than having any real substance.

Unlike your reply to me, which was just full of substance and not at all a random ad hominem backed up by a gaping void of silence.

UNLIKE SOME PEOPLE

          i don't have 24/7 access to the internet, an immediate response is not always possible. it's like the high middle ages, scotus says something and if you weren't there to hear it, it'd have to wait til the next meeting. and then often times, one might take a bit to consider what was said.

AND CAIN

          there was no hominem in my statement. that's actually what i was addressing in your initial post, calling an entire group of people idiots. i asked if you were drunk and pointed out that it was actually an odd occurrence for you to make such a low comment. which is a compliment actually, cain.

I HAVE

          no real interest in addressing the details of arm chair military strategics, and i don't think that actually has much to do with the focus of this thread. if at all.

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Of course the south won. They were fighting for freedom, which is always the right thing to do - it was a moral victory.

Raw and stinking bullshit.  They were fighting for a static aristocracy.

They were fighting for the freedom to determine how to run their own economy and government. You can't really say that someone has the God-given right to pursue happiness, and then turn around and say "Well, but only if your method of pursuing happiness doesn't include human trafficking." These were honest, Christian farmers being faced with the possibility of being unable to leave their workforce to their children. Similarly, being forced allow illiterate non-citizens with no stake in the country to cast votes defeats the entire purpose of democracy - it's not self-determination if an outside power is manipulating the voting population to  its own ends.

It's not Freedom if you can't abuse it.

I'm leaving this thread now, out of sheer depression brought on by watching two supposed bipeds defend/support this sort of shit.

WHICH IS EXACTLY

          why you need to stay and this thread needs to happen. vex and ga are doing an outstanding job, imo, in bringing a voice of reason to this issue. the very fact that most immediate reaction to any of this underlines the idea that people from the south are not people, but some kind of sub human, demands this thread to exist. nigel brought it out in point, the issues connected to the south and the confederacy  are cloaked in so much womp that even incredibly intelligent folks have only frothing response to all of it. this is important dialogue.

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People in The South were idiots.  Not surprising really, given their idea of a strategy was "threatening, then direct military attack on a nation with more money, greater population and greater industrial output" than they had.

Obviously anyone who thought that was a good idea probably really thought they could get away with seceding with no consequences, either.  Sure, nice in theory, but ignores the practicality of the situation, which is those with more guns gets to make the rules.  Also ignores the history of the USA directly after founding, with The Whisky Rebellion, Shays Rebellion etc

ARE YOU

          drunk, as you said you'd be? cause this is one of the few truly bone headed things i've ever read by you. especially the first part

SORRY AM I

                 not typing slow enough?

OOWWW!!

          that was an uncharacteristic post for you, it reads more opinion than having any real substance.

AND

          no matter how fast you type, i can still get through the whole thing if someone holds my hand. except i have a drink in one and my cock in the other, so it may take longer than expected.

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People in The South were idiots.  Not surprising really, given their idea of a strategy was "threatening, then direct military attack on a nation with more money, greater population and greater industrial output" than they had.

Obviously anyone who thought that was a good idea probably really thought they could get away with seceding with no consequences, either.  Sure, nice in theory, but ignores the practicality of the situation, which is those with more guns gets to make the rules.  Also ignores the history of the USA directly after founding, with The Whisky Rebellion, Shays Rebellion etc

ARE YOU

          drunk, as you said you'd be? cause this is one of the few truly bone headed things i've ever read by you. especially the first part

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The Confederate flag also is not inherently synonymous with racism or slavery. It can also express a general distrust of authority, a willingness to rebel against what one sees as overbearing government, or a desire to decorate one's orange '69 Charger and escape the grasp of clumsy law enforcement.

Exactly! Similarly, the KKK was a social club where guys could go to get away from their wives. They raised money for charity and did volunteer work and stuff, but all anyone associates with pointy white hoods is a relatively small number of lynchings allegedly carried out by rotten eggs who also happened to be members. Allegedly, because compared to the numbers of murders the KKK was accused of, almost nobody was ever convicted of homicide.

Did they ever raise money for the NAACP?

I'M GUESSING

          You think that's cunning, but it comes across as juvenile/ ignorant and basically a reactiontard statement.

Cunning?  :lulz:



YEAH

          I know, totally not your style.

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TWID,

          That is a beautiful and bare naked expression of your inner religious dialogue. Thank you for sharing that.

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The Confederate flag also is not inherently synonymous with racism or slavery. It can also express a general distrust of authority, a willingness to rebel against what one sees as overbearing government, or a desire to decorate one's orange '69 Charger and escape the grasp of clumsy law enforcement.

Exactly! Similarly, the KKK was a social club where guys could go to get away from their wives. They raised money for charity and did volunteer work and stuff, but all anyone associates with pointy white hoods is a relatively small number of lynchings allegedly carried out by rotten eggs who also happened to be members. Allegedly, because compared to the numbers of murders the KKK was accused of, almost nobody was ever convicted of homicide.

Did they ever raise money for the NAACP?

I'M GUESSING

          You think that's cunning, but it comes across as juvenile/ ignorant and basically a reactiontard statement.

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The Confederate flag also is not inherently synonymous with racism or slavery. It can also express a general distrust of authority, a willingness to rebel against what one sees as overbearing government, or a desire to decorate one's orange '69 Charger and escape the grasp of clumsy law enforcement.

THIS


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Simply, I am sick of idiot yokels doing something absolutely abhorrent, and claiming their rights have been infringed upon. Like the confederate flag dress, or when a church organizes a "let's piss on the grave of some little girl that died of AIDS" rally, and when the public (rightfully so) says "Hell no" they cry and scream "Waaaaaahhhhh. You're infringing upon my first amendment rights! Waaaaaahhhhh...."

Then move to North Korea.  They don't allow that sort of shit.

 :lulz:

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I'm trying to think of some way of modifying a classic quote into something pertaining to the current state of political idiocy. Here's the quote:

"Your liberty to swing your fist ends where my nose begins."

Simply, I am sick of idiot yokels doing something absolutely abhorrent, and claiming their rights have been infringed upon. Like the confederate flag dress, or when a church organizes a "let's piss on the grave of some little girl that died of AIDS" rally, and when the public (rightfully so) says "Hell no" they cry and scream "Waaaaaahhhhh. You're infringing upon my first amendment rights! Waaaaaahhhhh...."

THAT IS

          a totally hot picture of mr.d., and in fact, whilst drinking a "swampwater" at a local hole when i was 21, this was my gateway into , "ok, i get why all the chicks are about that old thing"

YOU ARE

          an ass for comparing phelps with a high school girl. or a genius. but i'm leaning toward ass.

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Techmology and Scientism / Re: News from the LHC
« on: July 06, 2012, 12:16:17 am »
Teleporters and warp drives nao or god particles can gtfo  :argh!:

 :lulz:

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