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And it's only 70 days in.

Woo hoo! Only 1313 to go until we pick Trump again or a Democrat that will be just as bad if not worse. Unless voters finally say enough is enough and do something different. Not holding out much hope but you never know.

Something very different indeed

 

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Clarification: I do not support democratic centralism, Leninism or Stalinism. I just found it amusing.


Everybody knows the deal is rotten

Old Black Joe's still pickin' cotton

For your ribbons and bows

And everybody knows

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The quality and IQ of reporters just keeps sinking:

Monday's triple shooting also figures to test the state's "Stand Your Ground" law, which allows citizens to shoot someone if they believe their safety is threatened. Oklahoma is among 24 states with such a provision, according to the National Conference of State Legislatures.

A criminal law expert, who discussed the Oklahoma home invasion case in his Wednesday class, doubted charges would be brought against the son. Joseph Cillo, an assistant professor of criminal justice at Saint Leo University in Florida and a former Los Angeles defense attorney, said the son would be protected by the Castle Doctrine, which states that a person can defend their home if they feel they are in danger.

 

"The Castle Doctrine is even better than 'Stand Your Ground,'" Cillo said. "It would be a criminal homicide if he would have killed them outside.

http://www.foxnews.com/us/2017/03/31/oklahoma-home-invasion-shooting-3-victims-broke-into-property-earlier-that-day.html

 

It's an AP article, not a Fox News article, before the snarky comments.

 

And I just heard a completely fact free piece of propaganda report on sanctuary cities on NPR, honestly our press is worse than the Soviet press, at least the Soviets had the excuse of being afraid for their lives.


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I get that it is sloppy that they keep sticking to the stand your ground narrative, but at least they quoted an expert to make themselves look foolish. :p

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I'll be completely honest. I really couldn't give a **** if they found any ties between Trump and Russia.

Reason I guess is because I'm getting burnt out on all these accusations and just don't care anymore.

Seriously, this is something very important but we are being overloaded with all these small things so often and soooo much, I just don't care anymore.

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Amen. Pretty glad Johnson didn't win even though I voted for him, bc no way could Johnson have handled all this bull****.

Then again it could be equally worse and have radio silence if Hillary won.

Dunno if reporting on every lil miniscule thing bc u don't like a guy be worse than we won't allow any talk about someone we like be better with the media.

 

Dan Rather come back and save us and bitch slap the media on what is important and how to report. Also someone to fear in the media due to the truth and NOT twisting the truth to fit a narrative.

Sigh metal gear solid 2, why did u have to become true :(

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"Turned wrong way round, the relentless unforeseen was what we schoolchildren studied as 'History,' harmless history, where everything unexpected in its own time is chronicled on the page as inevitable. The terror of the unforeseen is what the science of history hides, turning a disaster into an epic.”

 

-Philip Roth, The Plot Against America

 

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-James Fallows

 

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When this bill has passed, anyone who'll still consider Trump a man of the people is a blind moron.


Everybody knows the deal is rotten

Old Black Joe's still pickin' cotton

For your ribbons and bows

And everybody knows

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Does the Trump-Putin bromance remain iron tight like the curtain? Or did Putin just play on Trumps ego and then station Russian war ships 30 miles off of Connecticut, attempt to dictate another Eastern Europe coup in Montenegro, create chaos leading to federal investigations into the presidential cabinet of the USA and fullfill his life long dream of weakening the bonds that bind the greatest military alliance that ever existed?

 

It is a mystery.

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I feel that someone should at least Correct The Record on where the term 'Bernie Bros' came from. Ideally, someone should get the Senate Committee to visit /pol/ if they really want to know where most of the anti Hillary memes came from. That, at least, would be good for a laugh.

 

(Good lord that article is appallingly bad. Certainly does nothing to dispel the notion that there's a massive, and distinctly non Russian, psyop going on)

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I still have to laugh. It was just a mere 4 yearsish ago when Obama attacked the Repubs for trying to start another cold war with Russia. He lambasted them  at the Presidential debates and it wa sbelieved it greatly helped him win relection. Now, it is a'' 'RUSSIA IS THE MOST EVIL COUNTRY INT HE WORLD THEY MUST BE DESTROYED'.


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https://www.theguardian.com/media/2017/mar/31/julian-assange-waits-for-ecuadors-election-to-decide-his-future

 

Assange may finally get booted out the Ecuador embassy, then he can get immediately arrested by the UK authorities...that will make me happy  8)


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~snip

 

 

Earlier discussions on mass information gathering yielded opinions of "there's too much data to reliable parse it". Now they will try to sort and sell 194 bazilliody URL navigations per day? If the US government cant do it, can Comcast?


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Earlier discussions on mass information gathering yielded opinions of "there's too much data to reliable parse it". Now they will try to sort and sell 194 bazilliody URL navigations per day? If the US government cant do it, can Comcast?

 

 

Aren't they really looking for different things, though? Comcast is looking for trends, the NSA is looking for individual threats.

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Dunno. Just think of how many clicks per day you yourself account for. Now multiple that by whatever is the average amount of users per day in the country. First that information has to be stored (is it already?), then sorted and sold. Gonna need more infrastructure but I guess its doable. :shrugz:

 

And yes, I absolutely believe the US has the capability to single anyone out for observation, at will. And its probably very easy for them.


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I am sure it is easy to single out a person, I think it is difficult to determine who to single out, and how many resources to devote to that individual. There are probably tens of thousands of people that fit a certain profile for domestic terrorism. It's a needle in a stack of needles. We don't get to just round people up based on suspicions, we need actionable evidence. In the meantime we only need to look away for a moment to miss something.

 

Anyways, ISP's are really just looking for marketing trends so they can sell us more crap. 

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I already hate that my browser randomly pops up stuff I was looking at on Amazon or wherever. :(

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Re: ISPs selling our internet browsing histories -

 


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"Turned wrong way round, the relentless unforeseen was what we schoolchildren studied as 'History,' harmless history, where everything unexpected in its own time is chronicled on the page as inevitable. The terror of the unforeseen is what the science of history hides, turning a disaster into an epic.”

 

-Philip Roth, The Plot Against America

 

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"Always write angry letters to your enemies. Never mail them."

 

-James Fallows

 

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What do you know... they really were spying on Trump: http://dailycaller.com/2017/04/03/susan-rice-ordered-spy-agencies-to-produce-detailed-spreadsheets-involving-trump/

 

That's the thing about the Democrats. Expect nothing but dirt and corruption from them and you'll never be disappointed. Ditto for the elephants. 


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What do you know... they really were spying on Trump: http://dailycaller.com/2017/04/03/susan-rice-ordered-spy-agencies-to-produce-detailed-spreadsheets-involving-trump/

 

That's the thing about the Democrats. Expect nothing but dirt and corruption from them and you'll never be disappointed. Ditto for the elephants.

Convenient timing, well and sources anyway.

 

So is Kushner going to run in 2020?

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I am super bummed out that they can only collect data hits to amazon.com and are completely oblivious to users navigating to killallinfidels.com. If only there were a way to leverage this technology to catch bad guys. smh. Maybe the mooks have their own ISP's?


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I am super bummed out that they can only collect data hits to amazon.com and are completely oblivious to users navigating to killallinfidels.com. If only there were a way to leverage this technology to catch bad guys. smh. Maybe the mooks have their own ISP's?

 

Have the CIA secretly publish a book through Amazon create space called "A Dummies Guide to Killing all Infidels"?

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That reminds me, I need to convince my brother to scan and send me his original copy of The Anarchist Cookbook.


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