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Re: The crazy stuff people say on the net
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Re: The crazy stuff people say on the net
« Reply #316 on: October 28, 2020, 05:18:55 am »
What I want to know is what the point of a Joe Biden clone is, and when the "switch" happened.

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Re: The crazy stuff people say on the net
« Reply #317 on: October 28, 2020, 10:43:35 am »
Shit, all I see from that picture is that Joe Biden's aged pretty damn well, all things considered.
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Re: The crazy stuff people say on the net
« Reply #318 on: December 05, 2020, 04:40:43 am »
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Is history even real?

>brooo… we totally, like, hunted giant beasts with spears because I found this bone and a stick in the ground :soy:
honestly most of history sounds like schizo ramblings, predictive programming and shock porn
>oy vey, watch this movie about the horrors of Holocaust! how terrible, isn't it! doesn't it make you feel better about your own suffering?
>oy vey, just accept getting gassed, it's ok because human nature is really psychopathic and it's just a cycle of history! kill or be killed! :soy:
of course there are many psychopaths, most normies are high in dark triad, but I feel the psychopathy is a relatively recent development and humans get PTSD when they have to kill someone, so I don't see how violent genocides and wars could be even real (nowadays, maybe, because people have been desensitized to violence by movies and literature, but, like, 100 years ago? sounds like larp)
I can't even examine most of the supposed artifacts and we know for a fact that people will make stuff up for cheap controversy like James Ossuary or the Piraha language meme
history is totally malleable based on politics, like, if you want to prove womyn are weak and oppressed and feminism is some divine revenge, you get this narration of everlasting patriarchy, men oppressing womyn since the dawn of time, but if you want to prove womyn are ackshually strong, independent and feminism is about restoring the original order, you get this narration of pre-agricultural tribes (and literally the rest of the world potentially, depending how hard you want to shill your idea) being ackshually egalitarian if not matriarchal
if you crack a textbook from 50 years ago, you'll get descriptions how primitive tribes have extreme gender roles, to the point of treating genders like different species (ironically predictive programming for trannydom, starting the "gender is cultural" meme), but in today's textbooks you'll find out that ackshually this Amazon tribe with like 5 members has 50 categories of gender and they totally perform gender transition surgeries with their stone tools :soy:
also, it's weird how humans were supposedly psychopathic savage apes, but then out of sudden they learn to write and instead of writing slice-of-life (non-)fiction, they go straight to myths, philosophy, religions aka stuff that helps you cope with mortality, the evil of the world, guilt etc.

tl;dr: not too long ago a bunch of psychopaths made up so-called "history" consisting of humans acting evil and violent to make their violent acts seem pale in comparison; human nature (especially male) may be gentle and caring (with deviation, of course) but they use shock porn (violent movies, stories) to induce trauma and brutalize the society
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Re: The crazy stuff people say on the net
« Reply #319 on: December 10, 2020, 03:20:40 am »
History and Anthropology are kind of my thing so I really don't know where to even begin picking at something like this. It's actually impressive how fucking stupid this is.

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Re: The crazy stuff people say on the net
« Reply #320 on: January 06, 2021, 04:47:52 pm »
Sad news for Ben Garrison fans, he has announced he has some kind of mental impairment that gives him severe memory loss.

https://twitter.com/GrrrGraphics/status/1346917862338822144

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I don’t remember Police shooting any Antifa or BLM members during those “peaceful protests” last year I remember police taking a knee…

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Re: The crazy stuff people say on the net
« Reply #321 on: January 06, 2021, 05:18:59 pm »
It's called "being an ideological hack".
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Re: The crazy stuff people say on the net
« Reply #323 on: January 09, 2021, 03:36:52 am »
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Variously compares Trump's bad habit to an extrajudicial killing of a man by police and a terrorist attack where thousands died in a day.

Is he out of cluelessness and hyperbole yet?  Surely there's room for the bubonic plague, how about the asteroid strike that wiped out the dinosaurs?

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Re: The crazy stuff people say on the net
« Reply #324 on: January 09, 2021, 11:31:45 am »
I have no idea if these people understand what Twitter really is.

Ironbite-but gods damn is it funny to watch them scream on the platform.

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Re: The crazy stuff people say on the net
« Reply #325 on: January 09, 2021, 12:17:51 pm »
Jonathan Pie did make a good point that banning Trump could end up doing more harm than good.  Basically, it'd legitimize him in the eyes of many of the undecided and outright lionize him in the eye of his fans, galvanizing them and making them even more likely to commit terrorist acts.  It confirms their fears and makes him a living martyr to their cause.

Of course, its a serious balancing act between keeping these dumb monkeys where we can see 'em and not allowing people to incite violence on a platform as public and accessible as Twitter.
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Re: The crazy stuff people say on the net
« Reply #326 on: January 10, 2021, 01:20:21 am »
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Variously compares Trump's bad habit to an extrajudicial killing of a man by police and a terrorist attack where thousands died in a day.

Is he out of cluelessness and hyperbole yet?  Surely there's room for the bubonic plague, how about the asteroid strike that wiped out the dinosaurs?

Hmm I wonder how else the President of the United States could get his message out without Twitter? I mean we all remember Reagan's famous tweets...The guys got a fucking press secretary for fucks sake, even now were he to call a press conference he would have more press than flies on roo poo

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« Reply #327 on: January 10, 2021, 06:03:36 am »
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Variously compares Trump's bad habit to an extrajudicial killing of a man by police and a terrorist attack where thousands died in a day.

Is he out of cluelessness and hyperbole yet?  Surely there's room for the bubonic plague, how about the asteroid strike that wiped out the dinosaurs?

Hmm I wonder how else the President of the United States could get his message out without Twitter? I mean we all remember Reagan's famous tweets...The guys got a fucking press secretary for fucks sake, even now were he to call a press conference he would have more press than flies on roo poo
I reckon even his most sycophantic advisors would be trying to keep him far away from the press.

Though it would be entertaining to watch

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Re: The crazy stuff people say on the net
« Reply #328 on: January 10, 2021, 09:27:39 am »
The only reason Trump used Twitter as his primary means of public communication is that nobody questioned him on it.  To his face I mean.  Look at all the press conferences he attended where the reporters asked actual questions.  The man fled from simple questions.  He cannot stand being questioned at all.

Ironbite-guess that's why he tried a coup.

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« Reply #329 on: January 10, 2021, 10:22:23 am »
Yeah, I can see that. Him being faced with hard questions about his role in the 'beer gut putsch' probably wouldn't make him too comfy.