Teh stupid, it burns
- Written by Michael Z Williamson
It's really up to him if the entertainment value here is worth the impact on those other hobbies.┬á
Also, you haven't been paying attention. He took down the first post for which I put him on notice. I presume it's because he's actually a decent human being.
Your logic game needs to be stepped up a notch or 12.
As for your other comments... It's one thing to send someone a note privately - which, if we're going to talk "status as a speaker and vendor at various conventions" is probably a far better way of communicating with him.
I'ts another thing entirely to post a publicly condescending comment with an SJW-styled recrimination.
SWJ-style? Shit, I haven't reported this┬ápost to FB yet. SWJ (often) leaves no room for conversation. That's not who I am. I know that Mike has a full plate at the moment, so this can sit here until he has bandwidth to address it.┬á
Also, perhaps, there can be some civil discourse in the meantime.
Why, pray tell, would you need to track your commentary to him?
"I haven't reported this post to FB yet."
I'm certainly not enjoying the tone of your commentary.
"SWJ (often) leaves no room for conversation. That's not who I am."
Ohhhhh... so you're a MODERATE sjw who will condescend and try to publicly shame someone in order to coerce them to do as you feel is appropriate.
Yeah, gonna go with... you're one of the types of people I shall not engage in discussion with, moving forward. The mentality you display is alarming at best, and sinister at worst.
Also, I have no idea who you are other than someone on FB and one of the thousands of people I recognize from the hundreds of thousands I meet.
And he's your president in 64 more days, and mine, whether we voted for him or not.
And as for "Not reporting it yet," that's all I need to know. Bye.
- Written by Michael Z Williamson
Once again, we have a high profile shooting, and once again, the hysteria is out in force.
Let's start with some facts: ┬áIf you don't shoot, or have only occasionally shot on a range, then your opinion on how useful an armed respondent would be is garbage. ┬áIf you don't drive a car, you aren't qualified to tell professional drivers what they should have done in an accident.
Seriously, shut up, you're an idiot.
Second, everything is a cost-benefit and risk analysis. ┬áWould a defensive shooter have made a difference? We can never know. We can know that it has helped before.
Here are some ways it can help:
The defensive shooter engages the hostile. The hostile must choose to ignore, take cover, or return fire.
If he chooses to ignore it, he remains a target and the odds of him being shot increase, and if he is shot, the engagement ends, and no further lives are lost. If this happens before he quits or runs out of ammo, it is a NET POSITIVE for the group.
If he takes cover, he is not shooting for a few moments, and in that few moments, more people can escape or formulate an attack. (Barstools can be as deadly as bullets, when thrown or swung.) ┬áNET POSITIVE.
If he returns fire, anyone not in the cone near the defensive shooter is not being shot at. This is a NET POSITIVE for all those people, and a slight negative for those in the defender's immediate position.
It is possible the defender will hit a bystander in the process. ┬áHowever, as he is deliberately choosing a single hostile target, the odds still improve for the remainder, and if the hostile is hit, the engagement stops. This is probably still a net positive.
The defender may be hit. Negative for him, but he accepted that risk. And in those few seconds, the fact is that more victims can escape or respond. This is still a NET POSITIVE for the GROUP.
Yes, the defender may decide his best course of action is to flee. If so...there is no negative nor positive for the group. They remain as they were.
But, this assumes an engagement takes place. Knowing certain areas contain a lot of defensive shooters, attackers tend to avoid them. NET POSITIVE for the group.
The only way to imagine a major negative is to assume that everyone carrying a gun for defense is some psychotic nutjob just waiting to break and spray bullets. There are zero studies or statistics to support this allegation.
This belief comes about from several issues. First, hoplophobia--a fear of weapons. ┬á
Occasionally, it comes from projection. A person with poor impulse control assumes everyone else likewise is prone to outbursts, and of course, if they have a gun, they might act out with it, even though that occurence is demonstrably very rare. The overwhelming majority public and/or mass shootings are premeditated. They even frequently project their small penises into the argument. (Yes, that was deliberate contempt and turnabout on my part.)
Most commonly, it comes from fear and helplessness. ┬áThe promoter of these memes knows that in such an event, they'd be helpless, crying, and nothing but a victim waiting to be slaughtered. ┬áMore terrifying than that is the notion that NOT EVERYONE IS. ┬áSome people might actually be able to control such a situation. ┬áThis means those people are more competent than the poster. It's a frightening notion that random death can visit us, but more offensive and jealous-making is the idea that it isn't just random, that some can change the odds in their favor and not be victims.
The sheep mentality, particularly among "liberals," is that everyone must be equal--equally poor, equally ignorant, equally helpless.
The only thing more outrageous than a killer is inequality, wherein better people (sometimes) survive. The most important thing to these people is to convince the competent that they're really not, or at least convince themselves of that, even if it takes trite, ignorant meme wars and blocking those who'd inform them otherwise.
They don't want education, they cherish their ignorance and fear.┬á
And they're what's wrong with humanity.
While some say we should pity them, I hold that their deliberate, cherished ignorance and cowardice makes them unsalvageable.
Simply remind them that they're worthless cowards, and be the best prepapred person you can be. ┬áIt may not matter, but it will not hurt.
BTW, if every building has fire extinguishers, why do we still have fires?
- Written by Michael Z Williamson
Several of us were having a nice, friendly sargasm when this person stopped by to tell all of us she knows more about us than we do, what horrible people we are, and why can't we be just like her ideal?
We declined the invitation.
Wyman Cooke shared Sean Faircloth's photo ΓÇö with Michael Z. Williamson and Tad Williams.
Unless Vermin Supreme wins, in which case it'll be The First Outright Lunitic President.
┬áGeorge Avery I would complain about the insult if I were a flesh-eating lizard person
┬áPatrick Culley I for one welcome our new reptilian overlords.
┬áGarry Hamilton First communist president. I don't think he's our first Jewish guy.
┬áMichael Z. Williamson He is, but is he practicing Jew or just sort of Jewish?
┬áJames Stepanek he's not practicing at all from what I understand
┬áGeorge Avery Lieberman was the first Jewish candidate for President OR Vice President. We have never had a Jewish President or Vice President. Barry Goldwater was of Jewish ancestry, but an Episcopalian.
┬áIvan Batinic Fuck you and your Trump -ass holiness
┬áGarry Hamilton Jewish or not, active or not, his deep commitment to the principles of communism is more important and significant.
┬áGarry Hamilton Ivan Batinic ... ???
┬áIvan Batinic I don't think he's communist. But I should not assume that meant you wee pro Trump. I hate texting.
┬áCatherine Baker If only you understood what communism was, but then you wouldn't be an murikan.
┬áGarry Hamilton A little research will help with that. I'm married to a researcher. I get that stuff for free. He's a commie. I'm not gonna bother with nuance and hedging. And I don't give a rat's rectum who the GOP puts up, I will vote for him and campaign for him. There is no scenario where I vote for a communist or a pathological liar/traitor, and that's all the Dems have put forward this time out.
┬áCatherine Baker Uh huh. I'm sure someone with a sold gold conservative mindset was *strongly* considering voting D. No really, totes believe you, dude.
┬á┬áLiam McCumber But can he get the trains to run on time?
┬áGarry Hamilton Conservative. Heh. I chuckled.
┬áMichael Z. Williamson There are Dems I will vote for. Hillary, Bernie and Trump are not three of them. Yes, Trump is much closer to a Dem than a Rep. Bernie is a socialist, not a liberal, and Hillary is a right-statist. I also wasn't born an American, know exactly what a communist is, and can even invoke former Soviets to discuss it with you. In fact, let me do that. Nicki Kenyon, Oleg Volk, please enlighten the lady. Tossing around ego will not get you anywhere on my wall.
┬á┬áNicki Kenyon I just love how American born ignorants who have never lived the horror try to privilegesplain to those of us who have what communism is. I'm so done with these people!
┬áHenry Willard Garry, the kind of Scandinavian-style Nordic capitalism/social democracy that Bernie Sanders promotes and communism aren't even in the same wing of economic spectrum. The Nordic model works within the capitalist system -- private ownership of enterprise still runs the show from the industrial level down to the small business level. What social democracy, or 'democratic socialism' does, is to have a universal redistributionist policy where the goal is to create as much financial equality -and- individual financial autonomy as possible. In Nordic countries, their corporations and capital are seen to serve their own citizens, as opposed to the United States where a handful of private individuals (regardless of their nationality and regardless of what they intend to do with that money) can own and extract huge streams of money from the American economy and do whatever they want with it, even if its antagonistic to American interests. You might not agree with Nordic capitalism, but it is not communism, because there is no command economy there. If you still believe it to be, can you please share with us your broad definition of communism? Because if in your view communism means 'redistribution' (which is not correct), then I have news for you: the US is by that definition communist, because the government redistributes billions of dollars from taxpayers to wealthy corporations. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nordic_model
┬áMichael Z. Williamson Henry Willard Actually, the government redistributes money FROM corporations, which is to say, from the customers. And your definition of US capitalism is biased to the point of caricature.
┬áGarry Hamilton I've lived in Scandinavia. Several years. Had a couple of marriages, a couple of kids there. The idealized perception that some Americans have of Denmark is quite distorted. I'm sure that, with actual research, this could be corrected, but research doesn't seem to be in vogue lately. When I tell you that we really don't want Denmark in America, it's not derived from rumors, biased reportage, or Wikipedia. My love for the Danes does not transfer to their system of government. Socialism really, really doesn't work. You can flavor it all you like, but it's fundamentally broken. What is this obsession with trying to find the clean end of that turd? It's busted. Quit confirming Einstein's definition of insanity, and let's embrace the only thing that has lifted mankind out of its native state of poverty. Command economies don't work. Parasite economies don't work. Free enterprise works. Let's do that.
┬áHenry Willard Where did you live in Denmark? What did you do? I'm sorry if I sound skeptical, but half the conservatives I've spoken to about it have apparently lived in Scandinavia, which I find an astounding fact. I've traveled there and have friends who live in Copenhagen and Stavanger, so I don't really account your argument for authority to hold much weight because I know the economies are doing well by virtually any metric. Do you believe Denmark to be a command economy, and why do you think their system of government is flawed? Having lived there, I'm sure you're aware, the government has no control of industrial production and companies like Novo Nordisk and M├ªrsk do, and all of the Scandinavian countries (including Denmark) have a higher % of small business employment and a higher % of self-employment than the USA does. So by what measure is Denmark a 'command economy' and by what metrics are you judging these economies? Denmark has a higher standard of living than the US and an after-tax higher median income bolstered by extremely high wages compared to the US. https://cepr.net/.../publications/small-business-2009-08.pdf
┬áGarry Hamilton I lived in Copenhagen. I was an international telex operator, among other things. My first in-laws lived in Goteborg/Gothenburg. My second in-laws lived in Farum, outside Copenhagen. He worked as an engineer for the the country's foremost elevator manufacturer. Had his own car. Free-standing house. Very well to do, by Danish standards. Capital flight laws. Horrific taxation. "Free" medical (both kids). "Free" education. Paid for with those horrific taxes. I was making low wages, and my tax rate was 40%. If it hadn't been for subsidies (via my wife) we could not have afforded our cold water flat. Higher standard of living? My "standard of living" was a freaking cold water flat. And that was subsidized, cuz Danish wife. Have you BEEN there? You have any idea what it costs to drive a stinking car over there? Like I said, the US perception is distorted and romanticized. My advice to those who want to live "like they do in Denmark" is GO LIVE THERE. If you're still happy after ten years, change your citizenship. I won't be the least bit offended. Me, I've been. I'm staying here. And I'm not adopting a parasitic taxation and "free everything" model.
┬áHenry Willard I know people who live in Copenhagen who have the opposite experience, and I can show you some horror stories of folks who live with me here in Texas. Shall we compare and contrast? Forbes Magazine's #1 Best Country for Business? Denmark. Highest investment rating in Europe, highest monetary freedom. So tell me another one about capital flight and how it's communist, please. https://www.forbes.com/places/denmark/
┬áDenmark - Forbes
Denmark #1 Best Countries for Business - Forbes
┬áGarry Hamilton Capital flight laws may have changed. Dunno. It's been nearly forty years. I don't believe I said capital flight laws were communist. I do, however, find them oppressive. Your mileage may vary. Enjoy your stay there. I'll be here, suffering, in the States.┬á
┬áAdam Newton Historic/Catastrophic same difference...
*edit to add, I'm OK with Cruz being elected...
┬áMichael Z. Williamson Only racists would oppose Cruz or question his citizenship.
┬áEdward Lindeman I think he is a douche. does that make me a bigot?
┬áCurtis Pritchard wow I am not a racist and I oppose Cruz and I also do not think he should be allowed to be Pres. he had a Non-American Father and born in Canada so to me I will not vote for him on that if you feel that makes me a racist then you are just wrong. it only means I have a right to choose whomever I want for whatever reason.
┬áMichael Z. Williamson Curtis Pritchard No, but that makes you anti-immigrant, even though legally he's not an immigrant.
┬áAdam Newton Michael Williamson, or he's just willfully ignorant to the laws regarding qualification for presidency.
┬áCurtis Pritchard I do not think it does my wife was not born here so your wrong on that as well I will not vote for any foreign born for Pres. its a preference it makes me American since I have the right to chose with my vote and Adam I am not ignorant of the Law I went to law school I just do not believe anyone should be Pres if not born on American soil.
┬áAdam Newton What you believe or feel doesn't change what's been the law for far longer than you've been alive...
┬áCurtis Pritchard I did not say it did what I said was my opinion which is my right and that it does not make me a racist.
┬áCurtis Pritchard and for the record the clause being used to say he is eligible is ambiguous and can be or may need clarity by the Supreme Court
┬áMichael Z. Williamson I need to see evidence that Hillary is female. No, not photos, thank you.
┬áRichard K. Hopkins Those could be faked either through Photoshop or surgery.
┬áRobert Vance Like everything else in her life.
┬áJudy Rudek Be careful what you wish for... Rule 34, you know...
┬áAlan French Video...
┬áThomas Stewart Alan French I think the video has her with Janet Reno. You have been warned.
┬áAlan French No, the one I'm thinking of is Ron Jeremy with Hillary and Maggy Thacher...
Catherine Baker So many misogynists, so little effort.
┬áNick Gardner And who exactly are the misogynists?
┬áCatherine Baker As this is the first post you've made in this thread, it seems likely that you are not under discussion. Isn't that nice?
┬áMichael Z. Williamson Not at all. There are numerous women qualified to be president. Hillary is not one of them. Just as there are many black men qualified to be president. 0bama is not one of them. I don't think Trump or Bernie are qualified either. That doesn't make me anti-business or anti-semitic. Hillary is a detestable human being. Were she theoretically male, I'd ask for proof she was actually a man. But we can easily see who the sexist is in the thread.
┬áCatherine Baker And who better than a white man to explain, using small words, to wimmenz and blacks just what moveable bar they need to jump to be 'qualified'. Yes, yes, you can name THOUSANDS of black men who would be qualified. Or ten. Maybe. Because... black. Or wimmenz.
Michael Z. Williamson Catherine Baker Obviously, you came here to insult people, not have a debate. I bet you wonder why no one likes you.
Michael Z. Williamson Catherine Baker I'm noting your anti-immigrant sentiment, though. I bet you think you can justify it somehow.
┬áCatherine Baker My mum emigrated. My grandparents emigrated. My great-grandparents emigrated. My nieces & nephews have emigrated. Yep. I'm all anti-immigrant. How well you know me. I came to bring what everyone else does - a pov. It doesn't include accepting racism and misogyny silently -- oops. Bad wommanz.
┬áMichael Z. Williamson Catherine Baker Oh, yes, some of your family were immigrants. Well, that makes it all okay, then. The only racist and sexist in the thread is you. In fact, you seem to know everything about every segment of society, and can tell people you've never met exactly what they're thinking and why they're wrong about it. Perhaps there's a point in there.
┬áRobert Boyer Fuck you Catherine. How about that? If someone disagrees with you then they're a misogynist. Eat a slimy dick. There you should feel great. That's what I would tell a man who was an asshole.
┬áNathan Gayle Maybe, She has the,"Gift," us Menz lack...
┬áMichael Z. Williamson I don't think anyone here is anti-woman. Just anti-Catherine, because she's obnoxious. If everyone you meet is an "ist," it could be you're the noun they're ist against, not any group.
┬áRick Drayson Why is it that in an age where so many Feminists are pushing to end the stereotype that females are illogical, none too intelligent and overly emotional that there are so many Feminists like Catherine Baker being fucking stupid sexist illogical retards
┬áBrad Johnson I've been watching this thread for a while now, from what I've seen all you have done is reply to fairly civil discourse with nothing but insults and condescension. BTW: you do know that there is a difference between "immigrate" and "emigrate" right?
┬áRick Drayson Brad Johnson Can't take the Cunt out of Feminist
┬áBrad Johnson Well, there are feminists and Feminists. One you can actually have a civil discussion with and the other is pretty much this.
┬áRick Drayson Brad Johnson What mythological creature do you speak of? I have only met the vile man hating rabid cultist(feminist) and the people who ASSume that they are feminist without knowing one thing about feminist ideology
┬áMichael Z. Williamson I think there should be more women in this thread. Amanda Fuesting, Heather Morgan, are you free?
┬áRick Drayson Michael Z. Williamson The number of female anti-feminists is very heartening and certainly growing. (me assuming that those two you mentioned are that)
┬áCatherine Baker If only women would state their views in a manner pleasing to men. That's the problem, right there. Not saying shit men don't want to hear in a way they'll be happy to hear it.
┬áBrad Johnson No, the problem is you being rude and obnoxious. Simple as that. If you can't manage simple civility then you are worthy only of scorn and insults. Male or female makes no difference in that regard. BTW you never answered my question: Do you know the difference between "immigrate" and "emigrate?"
┬áRick Drayson Catherine Baker Did Daddy walk out on you and Mumma? There is no better time than the present to start talking about your hatred of men which is normally caused by Daddy issues
┬áCatherine Baker Offering an opinion while female. I guess its almost as offensive as accepting Hillary as female without getting to personally finger her to be really sure. But why would anyone find that comment rude? Its just being politically thorough, and a woman who would find that offensive obviously has daddy issues. Cuz... well, they're female, so duh.
┬áMichael Z. Williamson Catherine Baker But you demand men express opinions in a manner pleasing to women. Sexist.
┬áMichael Z. Williamson Please, gentlemen, don' t call her a cunt. Cunts have warmth and depth.
┬áMichael Z. Williamson Catherine Baker Gender is distinct from sex. One can be physically one sex and identify chromosomally or psychologically as either or both. So you're also transphobic. Looks like anyone who disagrees with you is somehow wrong, and you're right about everything. You know more about communism than escaped Soviets, more about Judaism than practicing Jews, more about immigration than immigrants, more about Hispanic issues than Hispanics. All of us were having a discussion and some humor at the whole thing, and you stomped in to tell us we're all wrong and some sort of ---ist because you don't like it. You're a complete piece of shit. And you'd still be a complete piece of shit if you were a trangender black atheist male.
┬áJohn Kincaid Read this whole side thread. Shook my head wondering why someone would start shit like this. Dropping a bullshit comment meant to inflame people that had nothing to do with the original post. If you get butthurt over your treatment here Catherine, just refer to this jewel posted on your wall:
┬á┬áBrett Bowen Let me get this straight. Not endorsing Obama or Hillary means you are a racist or a sexist. Did I get that right? And thinking they are terrible for the position means that you are arbitrarily moving the bar because you're a racist, sexist, patriarchal menace? Boils down to: you can't disagree with any of her designated candidates without being an "ist". And no defensible arguments have been put forth.
┬áRobert Boyer She's a misandrist ass. Simple as that.
┬áHeather Morgan I say shit men don't like all the time. I say shit women don't like too. The difference, dear special snowflake, is knowing why and when it's appropriate. And feminists don't see men as scary or hateful. We're supposed to be equal you twat, not special. Sexism is treating others different because of gender. So far Catherine, all i see is you. Way to play the victim. Do you carry your own outline chalk too?
Pater Familias What makes one a "Jew"? A theological belief or DNA? Consider what makes one a Muslim? Theology or DNA? Can one believe a theology and not practice it? If one does not practice a theology does one truely believe it? How would you know? If one claims to be something and does not live according to what that thing is what then is that person actually? A liar? A hypocrite? A fool? How much does one's DNA influence their behavior & beliefs? How would you know? What is more important, DNA, stated beliefs or pattern and practice of behavior?
┬áSteve Shook You can be a Jew by DNA or Theology, but you can only be a Muslim by theology.
Catherine Baker Obviously there is only one right or wrong answer, and I suspect you're in charge of setting the parameters.
┬áGarry Hamilton Traditionally, "Jewish-ness" is transmitted through the maternal side. I had this explained to me once, but I must confess I didn't quite grasp why that is. In the moslem world, I've been told that the son of a moslem is presumptively moslem. From what I understand, it's bad juju (like capital-bad) for a moslem's son to adopt a different faith. Again, my understanding is thin here.
┬áSteve Shook Science sets the rules, even though you can convert into Judaism itself the truth is Jews are a race of people, Muslims are not in anyway a singular race, regardless of anyone's philosophical prattle that remains an unalterable fact.
┬áIvan Batinic OMG. I'm ducking out -- Ciao!
┬áCatherine Baker Ah, the confession. "Why iz wimmenz impoortant?" is a good question, and obviously "They not ever" is the answer. Your understanding isn't thin, it's Murikan! and therefore cannot be thicked, which is just eurononsense anyway.
┬áSteve Shook Catherine Baker What's that all about?
┬áGarry Hamilton She presumes to know the mind of someone across the interwebz. There is no clue, but at least there's certainty.
┬áCatherine Baker Well... let's just keep our minds on the "jewishness", shall we?
┬áSteve Shook It was the question.
┬áMichael Z. Williamson Jews actually do generally have genetic markers, being an insular people for the last several thousand years. Muslims are much broader spread, more proselytizing, and can be of any genetics whatsoever including South Asian, Pacific, East Asian, Altaic, Caucasian, North African and Berber, Central African, South African and any mix in between.
┬áGarry Hamilton It was asked. I proposed an answer. If the answer is wrong, I can always be enlightened. Not by a troll, of course, but a little light is always welcome.
┬áMichael Z. Williamson Garry Hamilton You were correct.
┬áCatherine Baker Troll: someone who doesn't agree with you
┬áMichael Z. Williamson Catherine Baker As you have proven, repeatedly.
┬á┬áRobert Boyer No a fucking douche like you, Kitty. There, I ensmalled your name, go and cry foul.
┬áMichael Z. Williamson Catherine Baker wommenz weren't even mentioned in this thread, other than as a legitimate part of Jewish tradition. So, your own statements mark you so far as anti-semitic, racist, sexist, and anti-immigrant. Do you want to tell Nicki Kenyon all about communism now, since she escaped from the USSR in the 80s and obviously can't know anything about the subject?
┬áRobert Boyer A non Liberal female's opinion means nothing.
┬áSteve Weinberg I think trying to parse Judaism as a "race" vs. a "theology" is going to be.... complicated. How much DNA do my German and Lithuanian forbears share? With the Sephardim? With the Ethiopians? I will note that there does to be some genetic commonality in the Cohain caste.
┬áNicki Kenyon Michael Z. Williamson escaped JEW no less. Why do you bother with idiots?
┬áEric Tank Nicki, I suspect masochism is at play - they seem to seek him out.
┬áMichael Z. Williamson Nicki Kenyon I have no idea where she showed up from. Not my Flist.
┬áMichael Z. Williamson Catherine Baker has explained it, Steve Weinberg. What do you know? You're only a Jew. And male.
┬áNicki Kenyon Eric Tank possibly. I've always thought Mike was a bit of a nut magnet. Must be why he and I get along so well.
┬áEric Tank He certainly prompts interesting conversations. Which most of us really appreciate, especially the parts that drive the rest to frothing at the mouth.
┬áJason Cordova Please. I doubt that Vermin Supreme would be our first lunatic president.
┬áMichael Z. Williamson He might be our best.
┬áJason Cordova I'll give you that
┬áRobert Boyer First openly lunatic.┬á
┬áRachel Dunlop Oh shit the lizard people have figured out how to access the internet!
┬áDoug Harrell My herpetology is weak. My first impression was that the picture is a komodo, rather than a monitor. However, after exhaustive research, I have concluded you are not dragon the wrong lizard into the comments...
┬áRay Ficara Doug Harrell Komodos are monitorts. THe largest of the genus. BTW I used to have 5 at work reclining in a hot tub all day. They thought we were their maids.
┬áDave M West Jr Cruz would also be the first president who isn't a natural born citizen...
┬áSeth Breidbart Not even close. George Washington was the first.
┬áDave M West Jr A fair point, but it doesn't make Cruz any more eligible.
┬áPhillip Miehm Do you even citizenship? American mother, natural born American citizen. So, unless you have evidence that she renounced her citizenship at some point prior to his birth, Cruz is eligible. Even if he is an idiot.
┬áJames R McCain
- Written by Michael Z Williamson
It turns out Australia has had ongoing, increasing violence since they banned most non-sporting arms. ┬áAha! THE FAULT IS THE BULLETS'!
And in comments:
Garavella Yk Bah, humbug ΓÇó 18 days ago
if you read that article, more than half are not shootings: explosives, arson, unnamed slayings, gangland wars and so on
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Oh, well that makes them perfectly okay, then. As long as no one was shot.
DID YOU SERIOUSLY FUCKING SAY THAT? Explosives and arson aren't as bad as shootings, and certainly no one cares about unnnamed slayings (Whatever those are), and of course, gangland slayings, as long as they don't involve guns are perfectly fine! ┬áThat's how we're BETTER than the US!
What these people need is therapy, where they are put in a room with 57 loaded guns placed on every available surface, so they can get over their animistic fear of objects. ┬áOr else play with the guns and wind up dead. Either way, human intelligence wins.
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