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#41
(06-02-2020, 02:11 PM)sparks Wrote:  What a chicken shit ass kisser is our dear POTUS.  And that isn't half enough good enough to describe this mess of genetic goat-fuckery.  This fat little hooker fucking liar should be shot to death and on sight.  Someone, please, gut this motherfucker.

This POTUS is a cancer on the world and it's fucking well time to give it a severe radiation treatment.

And yet, his dumb assed peeps still buy into his cancerous rhetoric.

Amazing.

In fact, I never thought I'd see this day.  I've lived too fucking long.

Take heart in the fact that you have less than a year of it. His ratings are currently -13%.

He's toast, and Biden is making all the right plays.

Who's he going to pick for his Veep runner? I'd like to see a chick - Pence would have to bring his wife onstage at the debate.
Love is... that one person whose freshly-warm toilet seat you don't find disgusting.
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#42
Christo, what a grim scenario.

Klobachar is out, on account of not prosecuting the cop that killed Floyd the last time he went all racist.
Kamala is also toast for similar shit in her past.
That leaves no one for v.p.
Certainly none of the progressive candidates.
(Even though they endorsed Joe.)

If Joe Biden is the hope for America, we are doomed on a new level.

Though, i suspect that there won't be an election.

We're entering the twilight zone.
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#43
From the footage I've seen it's a toss up between Zombie Apocalypse and Mad Max, I think the Twilight Zone was the last few decades.

We had some whimsical bets between us on Old Farts way back when the virus first hit as to whether America would pull their act together or go Mad Max. From memory the odds on fave was Mad Max. sorry.
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#44
Of course Mad Max.

We have all the hardware for that, and we've all seen the movies.

We have no reference points for a groovy outcome.
Except Jesus and the others get offed.

Mayhem sells. Fear sells. We're in a movie. And we love violence.

love is a bore.
fuck love up its ass.

so to speak.

Who wants to see that?

We want to see brains splattered against the wall.
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#45
(06-02-2020, 08:19 PM)Di Wundrin Wrote:  From the footage I've seen it's a toss up between Zombie Apocalypse and Mad Max,  I think the Twilight Zone was the last few decades.

We had some whimsical bets between us on Old Farts way back when the virus first hit as to whether America would pull their act together or go Mad Max.     From memory the odds on fave was Mad Max.   sorry.

Don't be fooled by the disaster porn coverage - the vast majority of protests are peaceful.

The few that aren't are where the cameras are. I wonder if there were no cameras, would the protestors still come?
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#46
I use to be a protester. And cameras were not a part of it, at all.
Nobody had cameras.
There was no social media, of course.

I protested for civil rights; against the war; female reproductive rights; all that hippy shit.

If i wasn't such an old shit-bag, i'd be out protesting again.

Why?

Because it's exciting. It's a bit like surfing. I met awesome babes at protests.

not to cheapen it with sex, i really did believe in various causes.

Maybe i still do.

Can't remember which ones.

The friendly ones, i think.
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#47
(06-02-2020, 10:37 PM)stanky Wrote:  I use to be a protester.

Me too.

I swing both ways, though. I've led union marches, and I've stood with the Falun Dafa at the Chinese Embassy, but I've also thrown eggs at the cunts protesting an Israeli paying at a NZ tennis tournament. (The cops were pissing themselves laughing at that one)

I've been on the right and wrong side of history, the latter most notably in the anti-Apartheid protests in NZ in 1981. I threw a bloke off a boat for being what I thought of at the time as "anti-rugby", but history proved them right and me and 50% of NZ wrong.

C'est la vie.

They also proved that protests can actually work.
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#48
They only work if the cause is both obvious and 'righteous' and benefits more than the weirdos who get their heads on TV. 
 
Don't they realise that the average pleb judges the 'cause' by those they can see want it most?  If they see scruffy looking thugs then why would their cause win over a middle aged plumber on his sofa beer in hand and feet up?
If other plumbers were marching for the cause he might think about it, but a mob of masked Ninjas won't do it for him.

Needless to say I was never tempted to carry a banner.  For one thing I could never walk far, and mostly I didn't give a shit what they were complaining about, and I was working when the marching was on and the money won my attention every time.  ...and no one was marching in support of Capitalism back then.  ... or ever really have they?  Maybe in Hongkers?
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#49
Abe Lincoln had a 'scruffy' look.
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#50
Yea but that was normal back then, wasn't it? Smile
You can lead 'em to knowledge, but you can't make 'em think.
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