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Mythnutbill 2 points ago +2 / -0

Ohhh, so it was basically the Court declaring itself the power to legislate from the bench when it has no such power vested in it. That makes more sense, but I am still slightly confused.

Given that the case WAS heard, how should it have been handled? Wait...

Reading the beginning statement, it sounds like the commissions, although signed and stamped with the Seal, were never actually delivered, therefore, effectively, the appointments would have been canceled...The only case I could see here would be of the civil variety, suing for damages due to loss of expected revenue (albeit, that would be a shaky case). Am I seeing that right?

If I am, then...that's an egregious over step of the Court's duties! But then another question jumps to mind: if the Court isn't responsible for that claimed power, how are un-Constitutional laws and actions by the government supposed to be handled? Who is meant to keep them in check? Or is it a case of needing the other branches (and the States) to not be corrupt as Hell to hold them in line until a legitimate vote can replace them?

So many questions...

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Mythnutbill 2 points ago +2 / -0

What can I say, Donatello is my favorite Turtle. Also, I prefer the reach and underrated nature of the staff. Those thrusts have bone crushing power and the types of idiots you're likely to have to deal with won't respect the humble stick at the start. Also, crowd control if no firearm is available (and the ferals and desperate are likely to roam in packs).

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Mythnutbill 2 points ago +2 / -0

The Punisher DID bring a spring-loaded knife to a gun fight in that movie with John Travolta as the villain. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=CsqClktIKZQ

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Mythnutbill 4 points ago +4 / -0

After reading Article 3*, I'm a bit confused as to their purpose. Wouldn't the Constitutionality of a law be something that would be interpreted incidentally in the course of their duties? Or am I missing some detail?

*As a side note, I tried reading the Marbury decision, but it was hard to follow. Older, verbose English + legal matters. Sheesh, i need a nap.

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Mythnutbill 5 points ago +5 / -0

I'd be down for that. Medieval weaponry is absolutely brutal. The upgrade to firearms is a bit like the Star Wars upgrade to Light Sabres, albeit, the wounds aren't self-cauterizing.

I'd actually be more likely to carry a jo (4 foot staff) with some person modifications, like false tips that conceal sharpened ends, turning the blunt force of a ski/jab into a piercing attack that would leave a large hole.

I even have an idea for an arm guard/brace that, when a latch is switched and a fist made, would cause a few molded pieces of metal or very hard wood to spring up, creating an extra guard around the forearm for intercepting punches and kicks. For a kicker, one of the pieces would stick out past your fist, effectively multiplying the force you can strike with by reducing the area of impact. It would also protect your fist from the force of the contact, as it's connected to the apparatus on your arm, so the force would be more distributed across a sturdier (and fleshier) body part.

I may have spent more than a couple of day dream sessions pondering these things 😅
I love having a vivid imagination.

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Mythnutbill 1 point ago +1 / -0

I feel the answers to your question, while good, are a bit of from what you were really asking. I would say yes to your question. Mostly because, even assuming everything was on the up and up (it's not) and that the shots worked as advertised (they don't), the shots only target a single protein of a "complex" non-organism. Even assuming they worked, the moment that protein changes or the virus develops an alternate way to get in, the shot would be useless as that protein is what the body would be looking for.

Whereas, if you had an immunity to the virus itself, the body would look for a "close" match to what it has already dealt with. Even if some parts changed, the immune system would still be able to recognize that, generally, this looks like a virus I've dealt with before and those fake glasses and mustache 🥸 ain't fooling nobody.

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Mythnutbill 3 points ago +3 / -0

Ooh! Ooh ooh, I "dodged" deployment to the M.E. by refusing the clot-shot. Now prohibited from drilling while they drag their feet on discharging.

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Mythnutbill 2 points ago +2 / -0

I believe there is some attraction/environment somewhere, although I can't recall exactly where it's at, that has, at certain times of the year, a very thin layer of water that sits atop the ground with no ripples. I want to say the name is something involving the word "Mirror." I'll see if I can find it, but they could easily perform such a test in those conditions.

Edit to add: Found it, the Uyuni Salt Flats: Following rain, a thin layer of dead calm water transforms the flat into the world's largest mirror, 129 km (80 mi) across. - https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Salar_de_Uyuni

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Mythnutbill 3 points ago +3 / -0

Oh, that does change it a little bit. Heat is no joke and everybody has different tolerances. I sometimes forget that, myself. I'm a larger guy. I run hot but can bust my ass damn near non-stop in any weather without stroking out, so I sometimes have to remind myself that I'm a bit of an anomaly in that regard.

I imagine it is. But then you also have the regime currently installed, rampant promotion of faggotry, and an increasing sentiment that perhaps it foreign escapades are a bit too costly and more than a little unjust. All contributing factors.

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Mythnutbill 3 points ago +3 / -0

Wow, not even a half mile at a leisurely pace. That's just sad and it's a shame what has happened to the military and the kids of society. But I guess at least those guys were making some effort to prepare, which is more than can be said for most of their peers.

As for me, I'm stuck in the vaxx refuser's waiting room. Thankfully, I don't have much tenure, so no retirement to speak of and I'm only NG, so I'm just not allowed to go to Drill. It sucks for them, as they'll be losing what my now deployed line leaders thought to be a fairly stellar Soldier over that vaxx and I know I'm not the only one (I am the only grunt in my company that refused, though).

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Mythnutbill 3 points ago +3 / -0

It's not even necessary for that to happen for the collateral damage. There's enough energy in that bolt to electrify everything in a fairly sizable area from where it hit for a few seconds. And knowing army training, they were probably fairly close together.

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Mythnutbill 6 points ago +6 / -0

That logic could get people killed. Look at that mural of Floyd that got wrekt. Lightning only TENDS to strike the tallest things around, but it certainly isn't a guarantee.

Edit to add: also, even with proper grounding, a strike doesn't just go into the ground. It can electrify the ground and objects surrounding the stricken area. True story, my dad was at one of my brother's baseball games and a bolt struck the ground near Right Field. He said you could hear the 1st base line fence crackling and even the ground was charged.

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Mythnutbill 7 points ago +7 / -0

Pretty sure at this point, they no longer do good runs or hard hikes for some time in basic. Apparently recruits are so fragile that if they don't take extra care in toughening them up, they break before the real training can even happen. Not just minor stuff either. We're talking hips, femurs, spines, basically run-enders. Kind of nuts.

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Mythnutbill 28 points ago +28 / -0

Hell, they even canceled like, 2 of the 4 camping nights during The Forge to dodge a storm and/or tornado conditions. Actually, we did an extra 5 or 7 miles in rucking to get back to the barracks when we were already almost to the campsite. And that was early 2020.

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Mythnutbill 5 points ago +5 / -0

My question is this: what business at all does any member of the HoR have in visiting other countries? Literally, in the Constitution, not one part of their job description has anything to do with anything other than Domestic policy and funding.

Deals with other countries would fall under Treaties, which ratification is exclusively the Senate's job.

I could be fuzzy on the details, but generally, the House is only supposed to focus on the internals of the country. But then again, we do inhabit Clown World...

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Mythnutbill 4 points ago +4 / -0

Indeed. I would definitely suggest to u/BasedHairstylist to find and hire a regular massage therapist who has some experience in something like Reiki or another alternative chi based discipline. Or just someone to talk with. It can do wonders to cleanse that negative energy as it starts building up.

At a minimum, I would sit for a bit every day and do some Mindfulness exercises, involving a segment where you imagine breathing out all of the negative energy you've been holding onto amd relaxing at the same time. Start with 5 minutes a day and you'll begin to notice a difference in a couple of weeks.

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Mythnutbill 2 points ago +2 / -0

Since nobody answered, I think it has something to do with pressure release, similar to how you would relieve the pressure on your inner ears when changing altitude. But the percussive force of a blast is quite a bit more extra pressure than simply changing altitude.

I'm not well versed in the actual science, but I can confirm that's the technique they teach the recruits in Basic Training for reaction to bombs dropped from the sky.

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Mythnutbill 2 points ago +2 / -0

While this is funny to imagine, the unfortunate truth is that the demons in charge, being followers of various occult practices, intentionally put their plans out to the public, albeit usually a bit more obscured, such as by having it in movies.

It is their way of attempting to dodge the Karmic consequences of violating Universal Law. To their twisted minds, putting it out allows them to say, "We told them what we were planning and they didn't object (loudly enough), therefore, they actually accepted it. It's not our fault."

It's the same reason they don't personally do the dirty work. They feel there's a massive difference between ordering a pawn to injure another and actually doing the injuring.

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Mythnutbill 1 point ago +1 / -0

Perhaps, but they would be immediately subject to lawsuits, I think. The only defense they'd be able to use would be the so-called "General Welfare" clause, as such regulations are not given the Federal Government in the Constitution. Which, if the Courts stick to this recent line of judgment, has a pretty good ahot at being thrown out.

It would also open up room for arguing that whatever they end up trying to do is actually working against the general welfare, and we have actual science on our side in that regard.

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Mythnutbill 1 point ago +1 / -0

Okay, I found it and it was he:

"You are a den of vipers. I intend to rout you out and by the Eternal God I will rout you out. If the people only understood the rank injustice of our money and banking system, there would be a revolution before morning.”

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Mythnutbill 1 point ago +1 / -0

Isn't he the one that had the lines that go something like, and I'm paraphrasing:

Gentlemen, you say that if we shut you down, thousands will be impoverished. But if we don't, the whole country will be poor. Therefore, I intend to rout you out. And I WILL rout you out."

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Mythnutbill 3 points ago +3 / -0

I believe it. Starting after July 1st, at least here in MI, those Army National Guard members who aren't vaxxed and have no pending exemption in the works (e.g. myself) are not allowed to attend Drill and will not be paid.

Sounds like it will be coded as AWOL, which, for the Guard is really not a big deal if you don't work for the Feds in your civilian gig. And that's if they ever get around to doing the paperwork to formally separate you.

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Mythnutbill 4 points ago +4 / -0

Since before 1913, I'm sure. There's a documentary that plays on History now and again called "The Men Who Built America." A huge portion covers the Oil Barrons, like Carnegie and Rockefeller (I think there was another, but I can't remember).

In it, they point out that the richest of the rich (Oil guys and the Finance people before the hoi-polloi got involved in the Markets) basically came together and tried to put...was it Wilson (?) into the Presidency.

Whoever their target was actually lost the first time around, and I forget to who... It's a fascinating documentary. I might pull it up tomorrow. I really need to pay better attention the facts and order if events of the early 20th century.

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