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CrimsonClown 6 points ago +6 / -0

Anything you would recommend people buy before hyper inflation hits?

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CrimsonClown 9 points ago +9 / -0

Welp, I guess I better go buy even more beans, rice, canned veggies and SPAM... chicken too now that I think of it...

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CrimsonClown 8 points ago +8 / -0

Your pun was bad and you should feel bad.

Lmao

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CrimsonClown 3 points ago +3 / -0

Spread fliers.

They can silence us with the push of a button but they have to get off their asses if they want to remove fliers... and that takes a whole lot of time too.

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CrimsonClown 9 points ago +9 / -0

You would be surprised how many physicians phone it in when it comes to diagnosis.

My baby brother almost died to viral meningitis because a fucking physician was adamant my parents were just new parents being paranoid... when he was their third child. When the got a second opinion from a physician who actually gave a fuck, he figured it out extremely quickly. Told them that, had they listened to the other physician, my brother would have been dead by morning.

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CrimsonClown 1 point ago +1 / -0

God Damn it.

I understand that, should they not increase the debt ceiling, it will cause problems but for fuck’s sake. Just rip the fucking band aid off and be done with it. It ain’t gonna fucking get better if they just keep increasing the amount they can spend. Pay the fucking debt off, for Christ’s sake. We are heading for an economic crash that has never been seen before in this nation. A day when no one will lend us anything because we’re always in debt and our economic future is uncertain.

Fuck these lazy, do nothing, politicians who are content to sit idly by raking in thousands/millions. They probably plan on fleeing to another country if our economy collapses.

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CrimsonClown 3 points ago +3 / -0

One point of corruption has to give. Romney or McConnell, either one of these snakes being removed is progress in the right direction. It may take a while to uproot these weeds but we really can’t afford to passively accept them dragging this country into oblivion.

If we can’t remove them directly, we target the supporting politicians and remove them first.

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CrimsonClown 4 points ago +4 / -0

We need to have localized .wins on this website.

One thing we can all agree upon is that the Left seems to have a much easier time organizing their movement than us. Having .wins that are for those specific areas, much like how Reddit has them, could significantly help MAGA Pedes generate momentum to vote out these bastards. For example, a call to action to vote out RINOs might get buried by other posts - making it difficult for localized movements to get exposure.

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CrimsonClown 4 points ago +4 / -0

That always irritates me, the part about Lefties living just outside of the districts they ruin with high rents and taxes. It is also the finest indicator that they are not genuine in their beliefs about improving society through communal effort. If they truly believed in the bullshit they preached, they would remain their high tax mega-cities instead of invading and converting other areas.

They are like a fucking plague of locusts.

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CrimsonClown 3 points ago +3 / -0

China has to fall or fall in line like Russia did after the Cold War. The fact of the matter is that the west still the best option for leading humanity. Until we can settle on Mars or some shit, what happens in our back yard [Earth] matters for our ambitions.

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CrimsonClown 4 points ago +4 / -0

Is this what people call a Freudian Slip?

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CrimsonClown 5 points ago +5 / -0

You seem to be mistaken, glowie. This is a site for Trump supporters, not vaccine supporters. We don’t all need to agree on everything the man does in order to support him.

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CrimsonClown 0 points ago +1 / -1

Dave isn’t an ally of ours and it’s important that none of us get the impression he is. At best, he is a toll to weaken our enemy - the communist scum within our society. Never forget that he has allied with our enemy on far more topics than he has allied with us.

Some believe he, like others who have been out to the fire, will be the voice of reason to convince the normies of our rationality. He isn’t and the sooner people choke down that pill, the better. These people have no interest in helping stem the tide of insanity that the Left is generating. Their entire concern is whether they still get paid tens of thousands of dollars to perform their careers, banking on their bank accounts lasting longer than the public attention span.

They only care about themselves.

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CrimsonClown 4 points ago +4 / -0

Which is why they need to be replaced like the cancerous cells they are. Whether it’s by replacing the GOP with a new party or by seizing control of the party from the roots up. The fact and point of the matter is that the current GOP figure heads need to go because they will never work for the common good.

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CrimsonClown 1 point ago +1 / -0

I mean, you shouldn’t. I do have conscious thoughts, I could even do it on command but my mind defaults to visual representations over some internal narration or monologue.

I do play out arguments and plan things. The distinction is that I don’t have some aetherial voice that narrates things in my head. It’s more like when you go through a memory but more clear. As for how you imagine animals existing, I suppose it is relevant only so far as gravings go. Like, if I am sweating and hot then I feel a desire for water [a feeling I have come to associate with wanting water] and not an actual thought like depicted in media.

I would describe it as a lack of need for words since I’m already well aware of what it is I’m thinking about as it is my thought train.

[Edit]

For example, if I feel torn between something I know is needed but that I feel is wrong - I don’t have an internal dialogue. It’s more about will power and whether I can force myself to act or prevent myself from acting, depending on whichever direction my moral compass is pointing.

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CrimsonClown 2 points ago +2 / -0

To be fair, I don’t have an inner voice when it comes to my thoughts. For me, my mind plays out scenarios rather than a verbal voice appearing.

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CrimsonClown 6 points ago +6 / -0

If I remember correctly, they predicted the hole in the ozone layer was going to continue to expand so long as we used certain types of refrigerants which destroyed ozone molecules when they escaped and ascended into the sky. This would expose us to more radiation, for the ozone layer helps mitigate that, and would cause more deaths and injuries.

I suppose a more accurate way of saying it was that, the refrigerant molecules could have killed us by damaging our atmosphere’s ozone.

[Edit] Why the fuck do I even have auto-correct on if I still have to spell check my own paragraphs?

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CrimsonClown 1 point ago +1 / -0

I believe their comeback is something related to the 6ft rule being more relaxed because masks hinder the distance our exhales travel.

Mind you, I think it’s all bullshit.

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CrimsonClown 1 point ago +1 / -0

Apparently, one must go through “regulatory companies” [whomever they are] and get approved. They also must have $12,000,000+ dollars but I suspect this is due to the costs of setting up and running a bank.

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