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A friend asked me a question that I really wanna know the answer to RE: that last post. Can a Judge be held in contempt of court?
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Politics and Government / Re: Mr. Trump Goes to Washington
« Last post by Askold on Today at 03:27:00 am »
EDIT: Nevermind, they fucked up as expected.


Let's see if controlling all branches of the US government is enough for the GOP to not manage to fuck things up.

Or if Trump's first inauguration anniversary will be government shutting down.

Someone joked that Trump was voted to run the government like a company and this is the phase where he declares bankruptcy and runs away with the money. (Which is pretty much what I said here a long time ago.)
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What if the judge interrupts the jury and tells them that God ordered him to say that the suspects are innocent?

Because that's apparently a thing in USA: http://www.statesman.com/news/crime--law/texas-judge-interrupts-jury-says-god-told-him-defendant-not-guilty/ZRdGbT7xPu7lc6kMMPeWKL/
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Entertainment and Television / Re: Tabletop Game Thread
« Last post by Askold on Today at 03:11:49 am »
The battle is based on one of the iconic battles in Stalingrad. There is a tall grain silo complex outside the city and controlling it would mean controlling the tallest building within several kilometers. Also the regiment doesn't have the artillery to take down to building.

Historically the battle was fought for weeks and there were Russians and Germans controlling individual floors in the building with enemies both up and down from them... Like Russian/Russian/German/Russian/German/Russian or something like that.

So, yes... It was a meatgrinder of a fight and mostly unnecessary. Meanwhile rest of the Imperial regiments are still landing while the PC regiment's maverick commander took his unit on a foolish charge into enemy territory against direct orders. Chances are that once the regiment retreats (and has a ship blast the building from the orbit) they get a new commander as the survivors are put into another regiment.
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Politics and Government / Re: Worst Political Cartoons
« Last post by niam2023 on Today at 01:12:12 am »
Yeah. If I had one wish for my 30th birthday, I'd want David Dees to draw me as some sort of HYDRA Overlord, alongside George Soros, Obama and Hillary as some kind of Legion of Doom.

My goal is by then be rich / important enough to infuriate the right wing.
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Politics and Government / Re: Worst Political Cartoons
« Last post by Cloud3514 on Today at 01:08:46 am »
I am so glad that basically no one takes Dees seriously. That's the only reason I find him more fascinating in his insanity than infuriating.
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Politics and Government / Re: Worst Political Cartoons
« Last post by niam2023 on Today at 12:34:19 am »
Garrison has gone completely insane. But his insanity and artistic skill will NEVER match the glory and abject madness that is David Dees.
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Politics and Government / Re: Worst Political Cartoons
« Last post by Cloud3514 on January 19, 2018, 11:49:43 pm »
I miss the days when Garrison was being trolled by NAZIs instead of being one.
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It's hard to make people believe that you're the One True Mouthpiece of God if you admit you're no different from any other billion dollar multinational organisation. The church can't be wrong, it's everyone else who's wrong.
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The Vatican is basically the world's oldest organized crime family.
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