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BadManOrange 2 points ago +2 / -0

Beyond that, including bisexuals in our perverted age skews things. It's become socially normal for women to fool around with other women even if they mainly date men for example. I'm sure a large chunk of that 20% in gen z comes from types like that.

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BadManOrange 29 points ago +29 / -0

And in those days men should just go to prostitutes and strip clubs. Wives shouldn't keep themselves from their husbands. It's wrong. Same goes the other way in the case where the women has the higher libido.

Spouses owe each other the marital debt and should not withhold it out of charity lest the other spouse fall into sin. See 1 Corinthians 7:2-5.

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BadManOrange 18 points ago +20 / -2

Trump's bread and butter was always real estate. You're not going to become the richest man in the world with real estate, you need to hit a up and coming market and be the leader. Trump never got into anything of that nature, so of course Musk is going to be more successful by that metric. Although if you want to look at it from a different perspective, Trump's celebrity was much higher than Musk could ever achieve up until he decided to run for president.

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BadManOrange 1 point ago +1 / -0

Bill Gates probably had those ideas as a child. Look at his family history.

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BadManOrange 16 points ago +17 / -1

One should have to forfeit any duel citizenship upon taking any federal office or job even down to the lowest level clerk at some shithole job.

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BadManOrange 14 points ago +14 / -0

Funny enough, there is truth to it. Racism was probably in its biggest lull from the mid-90s until Obama got elected. My generation pretty much grew up with racial tension at its lowest and Obama ended up reigniting the whole thing.

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BadManOrange 8 points ago +8 / -0

Howard goes more red west of Ellicott City, but the higher population areas (EC & Colombia) go blue anyway. Overall, that I95 to I495 corridor is cancer.

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BadManOrange 2 points ago +2 / -0

There are a good amount. 81 million is bs, but 50-60M is quite a realistic number. I'd think if you were to hold a fair election today, that number would be much much lower, but a huge chunk of people bought into the media propaganda against Trump.

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BadManOrange 10 points ago +10 / -0

More recent stuff, nothing much, I'll agree. Princess and the Frog, the girl adored her father, but he was dead for the length of the film. Tangled, biological father is the king, but doesn't know she's alive till the very end. Frozen, parents die at the beginning. Encanto had a father, he was a clumsy guy, but overall had a good relationship with his kids and wife and was portrayed fairly well, but he's a regular man who married a woman with super powers, so obviously he's going to be the beta of the relationship. Don't know much about anything else and won't include Pixar.

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BadManOrange 20 points ago +23 / -3

Not necessarily true. Disney tends to have more fathers or father figures than mothers in their movies. Pinocchio (Geppetto), Bambi (Great Prince of the Forest), Little Mermaid (King Triton), Beauty and the Beast (Maurice), Lion King (Mufasa), Mulan (Fa Zhou) are a few fathers that I can think of that were not necessarily bumbling idiots (although Maurice was thought of as being one).

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BadManOrange 13 points ago +13 / -0

There's enough evidence to be had and logic to be derived at for a conclusion to be made. Any unbiased halfwit could look at what has been presented both statistically and through hard evidence of things that occurred at the time to draw a conclusion. If that's not enough for you, then you'll never be convinced. So be it.

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BadManOrange 4 points ago +11 / -7

Believe it or not, but a lot of people are in the middle/unaffiliated and especially in a swing state, that matters. Most people don't think or talk about politics all that much and maybe tune in a bit at election time to hear a bit about the people running. So yeah, having someone with question marks won't be the easiest sell to that swing group.

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BadManOrange 5 points ago +6 / -1

Personally, I think both choices that Trump had to pick from sucked. IDK how this is the best PA could put out, but here we are. Trump picked the one that he thought had the best chance or that he could ensure some sort of loyalty I'd assume.

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BadManOrange 6 points ago +6 / -0

Thought this would maybe be about Biden farting and saying all future gas production will come from his ass.

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BadManOrange 2 points ago +2 / -0

Yup, it's why I find it amusing when people talk about the historical greatness of the United States while our country has only been a world power for about a century (and is on the brink of collapse) while the Romans did it for much much longer.

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BadManOrange 12 points ago +12 / -0

Not sure that it turned an election, but it was involved in making the public believe that the election was legit.

Can also add it was involved in pushing COVID propaganda and other such things that we know were all leftist/communist lies.

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BadManOrange 3 points ago +3 / -0

Pax Romana at least lasted 200 years. We're not even 80 years from the end of World War II.

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BadManOrange 1 point ago +1 / -0

because just about everyone grew up with Disney and most of their mainstream animated movies are still tame enough or at least hide any agendas well enough that most people don't notice. Recently they've been starting to slip things in live action movies, but the made for TV stuff is really where the worst of it has lived from what I gather.

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BadManOrange 24 points ago +24 / -0

I'm sure others may have had a similar idea that it could unfold this way, very few would be willing to execute on it. Need to have the cash and also desire or at least be indifferent to owning the company at the end.

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BadManOrange 16 points ago +17 / -1

Localized monarchies with an allegiance to the land of their birth and that which they and their ancestors ruled and their children will continue to rule is better than globohomos with no allegiance to any land and a desire to destroy all national sovereignty.

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BadManOrange 3 points ago +3 / -0

My only hope on the issue is that Trump is hopefully only pushing people that he expects will be loyal in return. Not that the track record is great on that, but hopefully that's how he's working.

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BadManOrange 11 points ago +11 / -0

True, but these are different times and people won't believe the BS narrative anymore.

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BadManOrange 12 points ago +12 / -0

because people actually love Trump. You'd easily have a revolution on your hands.

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BadManOrange 4 points ago +4 / -0

I'm not a constitutional lawyer to give a valid answer. Based on my own opinion, I'd say that such things should transcend local laws. Just like if a state tried to legalize murder tomorrow, I'd imagine that there'd be some sort of federal pushback.

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