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AJoeDD 11 points ago +11 / -0

I never heard of him before seeing him here. For a while he'd post something that people here had been saying for a long time, but he vaguely looked like some type of News guy who may have had an audience, so it seemed alright because he was just amplifying the message. Then a while ago he said our site is evil bc mods called him a faggot and no one liked him, and at the same time he praised Gab for being way better than us. The irony of his meltdown on Gab made it amusing. I admit I'm morbidly curious if he's going to go down the route of backing McCain like RINOs or perhaps take after the Lincoln project, or maybe even become a Dem.

Though he is no one important, he might make an interesting case study. Does his behavior match that of a grifter, or is he a true believer who at a younger age bought into what he thought were the rules, but he wasn't much of a critical thinker, and being unable to reconcile that with a changing Republican base/MAGA movement made him have a mental breakdown? If he's a true believer in what he said, can he yet be rescued from his own mind? And if so, how many people out there think like him? But IDK if that is likely, since everything in this post is the extent of my knowledge about him. So it could be much less interesting and just the story of a random asshole.

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AJoeDD 9 points ago +9 / -0

Why CNN though? Fuck them. And CNN would sooner firebomb these buildings than ask them about this.

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AJoeDD 3 points ago +3 / -0

Speaking for myself, if I know of a based business, I'd not only go there over something bigger and more convenient, I'd look for excuses to spend there. If I could cover everything I need to spend on that way, I'd take whatever extra time and expense is necessary. IMO, sometimes I think that will be of material benefit. Cheap globohomo products are something I'd happily replace with some type of craftsmanship. I think there are a lot of us in the same boat. Looking at how much money gets raised so fast for numerous MAGA people, it seems the willingness to spend on something benefitting our side is there, and we are mostly already united against the woke companies that are the competition. Just please keep the fake patriotic, RINO-like grifters out.

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AJoeDD 3 points ago +3 / -0

The website is a great idea. First time I've seen it. Would love have a business to add to that in the future and to see the website become big enough that we can use it for the majority of our spending on consumables. There must be more based businesses that haven't heard of it. Keep spreading it.

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AJoeDD 1 point ago +1 / -0

If we create a parallel economy that would include things such as banks and business services that don't employ leftists dogma in HR policies and against customers. Perhaps strictly doing business with based people, or making that the target demographic (and by doing so, automatically leftists who try to cancel them are excluded). Having business ratings that promotes things like American manufacturing and negatively rates things made in China, or owned and operated by woke leftists who hate us. Having something like Amazon (which despite it's size will work on a simpler framework, as it did when the simple concept was started up) that is operated by and for conservatives seems inevitable too.

A small attempt in that direction is the Daily Wire hiring Gina Carano after leftists had Disney cancel her (I know there are reasons to criticize them, this is just an example). A parallel society and economy would involve a lot of similar steps in this direction, and eventually there will be obvious market gaps that will be filled for bigger institutions like Amazon and banking.

I don't see how they would easily prevent these things from succeeding, as long as the market is there. In places like California and Chicago, yes, but not in Florida and Texas if we keep MAGA pressure on politicians and continue to take over local positions. Currently, a lot of the tyranny relies on corporations doing the bidding of government and having a big investment in government contracts. Google and Facebook censoring and Amazon or Banks excluding people due to their fascistic leftism and on the behalf of the government is a key weapon in their ability to strip freedoms. They couldn't rely on that if we had a parallel economy. The only thing I can see are very extreme measures, so long as the parallel economy is steadfastly based.

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AJoeDD 1 point ago +1 / -0

Wouldn't surprise me. I'm just saying don't concede ahead of time.

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AJoeDD 5 points ago +5 / -0

If it is used against us to simply stop a parallel economy or society, it would drag everyone into civil war. So firstly, I don't see that as a likely outcome at this point. Our side has a lot of weapons, and not everyone in the military would stay on the other side.

Yes, there are many ways things could go badly for us, but there is no reason to concede ahead of time.

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AJoeDD 3 points ago +3 / -0

Legally, this seems necessarily true. Assuming the chance for a fair trial, I'd expect the government to lose every case. So maybe they're trying to pressure people with a move they know won't ultimately prevail, and maybe they would put people through the legal process to drain their funds to punish them with the process.

Taking an EUA vaccine when there is not risk seems unjustifiable as being reasonably in line with the prior contract terms. If allowed, what next? Using the military to test other experimental products and fining them if they don't act as guinea pigs? Are they allowed to require them to drink poison, then, too? There are so many arguments against this. The fact that people can point to crackheads and other people who committed criminal acts not being subjected to this should also be enough to warrant dismissal.

It's also a bit humorous that there would be a charge for classes. How much extra expense is a head in a class room or field training? When the military is forced to give them woke SJW classes and they want to recoup costs, are they going to say that class is worth something similar to the price of a college course? lol

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AJoeDD 6 points ago +6 / -0

That's a pretty broad question, so my answer will also be broad. When you have enough organization to set it up and strength to maintain it.

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AJoeDD 1 point ago +1 / -0

Besides the point about using horses, if you had a society with roads that were private, would state still have any regulatory authority over you driving a motor vehicle there? I assume not, technically.

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AJoeDD 8 points ago +8 / -0

Doesn't mean you shouldn't try for a parallel society. You can't be sure when that period is, though it is always good to be prepared for it.

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AJoeDD 2 points ago +2 / -0

Haven't heard this one. What are you referring to and what difference does it make?

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AJoeDD 1 point ago +1 / -0

Firstly, I don't think anyone claimed it's killing anyone. Excessive amounts have been shown to be harmful in a variety of ways, but these are subtle, rather than death or major disease causing.

One association study attributed fluoride in drinking water to lower IQ, and in that study it was believed to be from fluoride intake from pregnant mothers. Brain defects that are usually not easy to pin down, even if huge numbers of people do have fluoride. There are several other subtle defects I've heard, but not many of the harmful associations have been seriously further validated, to my knowledge, or disproven in subsequent studies.

Given that, there seems little justification to add it to water just to prevent tooth decay. It's complicated to ensure the right amount gets added, especially when people vary in the amount of water they drink (like if they live in a hot area, etc). To prevent tooth decay, adding fluoride to water is not needed. Fluoride can be added to dental care products specifically, so putting it in the entire water supply at all times seems excessive. I've lived abroad for 5 years where there was no fluoridated water and it's fucking fine, you just need to brush your teeth like normal... So on balance, we have a pretty argument for not tampering with fluoride, and dental hygiene is a very trivial argument. You don't risk brain health and brain development to avoid cavities that have very sufficient alternative means of prevention.

I'm not convinced it's a huge risk, but I encourage people to try to avoid fluoridated water and see if they observe any differences (though not all of the claimed hazards would matter if you're an adult -- then there is no reversing developmental brain changes). I don't really worry about fluoride most of the time, but as an anecdote I've actually been feeling down since moving (often more tired, weaker at the gym, and a bit off). I thought it could be many things and after a few months I finally turned to thinking about water. I'm somewhere with more fluoridation than where I moved from (and there could be other differences in the water also), so for the past week I've tried buying non-fluoridated water and exclusively drank that. I've felt great, comparatively. It could be a coincidence, of course, but I recommend people giving it a try.

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AJoeDD 1 point ago +1 / -0

And now I assume we need the DOJ to enforce it. The DOJ enforcing a law against lefties was pretty unheard of even when Trump was there.

Despite that, it weakens and may even red pill leftists.

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AJoeDD 7 points ago +7 / -0

It's not a bad point but it's not like it's a terrible thing to order out to save time.

I heard other people talking about food poisoning being common and there only being a few fast food joints whose burgers don't give you the shits... Surprises the hell out of me. I've been able to avoid fast food almost entirely for years, but 10 years ago, and further back when I was a kid, I never had so much as an upset stomach from McDonalds, Burger King, Subway, Jimmy Johns... And it's not because my stomach is super resistant either.

If fast food routinely has such poisoning effects I don't understand how they can have customers, still. We definitely have no place for them in the MAGA parallel economy going forward, good riddance.

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AJoeDD 1 point ago +1 / -0

He occasionally said some good things but I unsubbed after too much vax shenanigans. He seemed like he was indirectly supporting it too much. Not sure it was really indirect. Sad because I had liked him and Dilbert since around middle school.

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AJoeDD 2 points ago +2 / -0

The question is what penalties the law will impose for violators. I haven't even heard of a fine, loss of license, etc. It should start with a heavy fine and payments to affected employees and escalate to loss of licensing so that they cannot operate in Texas.

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AJoeDD 1 point ago +1 / -0

So what about the money I sent for litigating election disputes? You assholes with your stupid text messages did nothing about it and kept sending me requests for more money that were both cheesy and insulting.

Donating to the RNC that went with the Dems spending plans and approved all of his judges and sat on their hands while the country was torn apart? No donations to the RNC ever again. Will only donate to MAGA candidates directly.

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AJoeDD 18 points ago +18 / -0

Imagine being in on election violations as a Democrat and still fearing prosecution, given the way every case gets no-standinged out of courts before trials even start. Just how massively guilty would you need to be?

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AJoeDD 1 point ago +1 / -0

What I really want: no mail-in ballots on this election, no ballot harvesting, no ignoring signature checks, no ignoring election observer flagged ballots.

I'm from MI but out of state now. If anyone knows of good groups to donate to or any possible ways to contribute, please share here.

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AJoeDD 3 points ago +3 / -0

Helps us get the parallel economy started. We should be avoiding businesses of liberal assholes, but just like many who support us will still watch the NFL and Fox, people tend to keep their old behavior patterns until getting a kick in the ass.

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AJoeDD 1 point ago +1 / -0

Yeah, but that would be conveyed without quotes. A quotation would be more aptly used by someone in his defense to raise doubts about its validity.

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AJoeDD 1 point ago +1 / -0

We can keep going for a long time.

Here's one: they droned a car full of children and said it was a righteous strike against terrorist planners who had embarrassed them. Also, it PROVED we have over-the-horizon capabilities, so you can't criticize Biden for losing any valuable military position.

Biden campaigned on the buck stopping with him, and ... lol.

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AJoeDD 1 point ago +1 / -0

Out of curiosity, why put "reputation" in quotes?

Mitchell seems unstable. Was only weeks ago he was lauding the conversation level at Gab, as a way to put us down.

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AJoeDD 2 points ago +2 / -0

You may have "evidence", but did you realize that 17 of our intelligence agencies said it came from Russia? <panicked, angry hysterical waves enter voice further> Seventeen!

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