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OXIE 2 points ago +2 / -0

There Is A Good Overview Here. https://www.sofi.com/learn/content/what-is-ethereum/

And if you have any questions after that you should be able to find a lot of answers here. https://ethereum.org/en/learn/

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OXIE 1 point ago +1 / -0

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Maricopa County, which is subject to the disputed ballot review ordered by state Senate Republicans, has identified just one case of potential fraud out of 2.1 million ballots cast. That was a voter who might have cast a ballot in another state. The case was sent to the county attorney's office, which forwarded it to the state attorney general. **

Its hard to believe they actually are trying to get away with writing nonsense like this.

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OXIE 10 points ago +11 / -1

Just tell anyone who asks you any questions like that, that you already have a doctor who hooks you up with any medical treatments that you need.

We have HIPAA laws that specify privacy so any of this is only between you and your doctor.

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OXIE 2 points ago +2 / -0

Donato Dalrymple, the fisherman who found Gonzalez and a family friend: 

I don’t think that [the family] was expecting a raid at all. Because if you really look at it, they were out there negotiating, and basically it was a setup. … They had all the legal people on the phone when I arrived at the house and while they’re talking and negotiating, that’s when they moved in. I fell asleep on the sofa in the living room, and never in my little pea brain thinking I would hear the rustling of soldier footsteps outside and the tear gas and the people screaming.

Tony Zumbado: The [family] was gathered around the phone in the listening room in the living room. Janet Reno heard the raid for sure. She tricked them. She lied to them. They were going to come get them, not as a raid. Never knew it was going to be a raid. She was trying to tell them that they’ll pick him up in the morning, it’s going to be early because we don’t want the media. As they’re talking about it, at 5 am, they bust through the back and the raid went down.

Dalrymple v. United States complaint: When the convoy of vehicles pulled up to the Gonzalez family’s home, federal agents immediately began indiscriminately spraying gas to immobilize, restrain and suppress persons who had assembled peacefully behind the barricade, as well as neighbors, passers-by, and even members of the news media. Gas wafted into the Gonzalez family’s home and was used inside the home itself.

Tony Zumbado: There was probably a total of 15 [agents], five or six that came through the front and through the back another six. [The agents] came out and started tear-gassing the front of the house, tear-gassing us, the house already was tear-gassed from the back. So when we walked in, we were choking from the tear gas, and everyone inside was choking.

Tony Zumbado: The [agents] were cursing at me because I was in their way, and they were cursing at everyone they saw. The F word … “Lay down, shut the hell up ... get the fuck out of the way ... where is the baby? ... where is the kid?” They weren’t too happy about that I got in there before them and didn’t want [the raid] videotaped. I got pushed down by one of the officers, and he put his boot in my back, and I was gasping for air because of the tear gas in there and couldn’t breathe and I was vomiting.

Agents searched the house for Elián, flipping over tables, breaking more doors and religious artifacts. Elián was not in his room. “Give me the fucking boy or I’ll shoot,” Marisleysis quoted one agent as saying.

Dalrymple v. United States complaint: As the federal agents returned to their vans to depart the neighborhood, Plaintiff heard one federal agent ask their apparent leader, “What are we going to do with them?,” in reference to Plaintiff and two other peaceful bystanders. The federal agent in charge responded, “Fuck ’em!,” and the vans departed.

A federal agent screamed, “Go home bitch!” at Plaintiff Martha Lorenzo, then sprayed gas directly in Plaintiff’s face at point blank range. Plaintiff was blinded completely and had to be led to safety.

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OXIE 2 points ago +2 / -0

Since this is now the new norm.

If strange looking people carrying guns show up on your porch they need to identify themselves, show ID and show the arrest warrant. The local police need to be called and any federal warrants need to be approved by the governor of the state.

This "well just step out here and we will show you that" is just pure bullshit.

No federal agents should ever be allowed to directly arrest citizens of any state.

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OXIE 1 point ago +1 / -0

A Group of lawyers could get together right now and ask for $1,000,000+ for each of those 500 people being held now.

All they have to do is show those videos of the capitol police opening the doors and waving people inside and ask for all the video from inside the capitol that the government refuses to provide. If they are persistent they could even get a big payment for themselves just to go away and shut up.

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OXIE 1 point ago +1 / -0

Those Georgia Elections that were so "Safe, Secure, and Honest" they keep adding criminal defense attorneys simply to stop anyone from checking their work.

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OXIE 1 point ago +1 / -0

This is Interesting From that story


More importantly, a June 11, 2021, PHE report7 shows that as a hospital patient, you are six times more likely to die of the COVID Delta variant if you are fully vaccinated, than if you are not vaccinated at all.

The information shows up in Table 6 of the 77-page document, which are labeled as the attendance to emergency care and deaths by vaccination status and confirmed Delta cases from February 1, 2021, to June 7, 2021.


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OXIE 2 points ago +2 / -0

They don't realize that Trump, on June 30, can simply follow their footsteps and do a "This is what they showed you" / "This is what it is actually like" Expose.

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OXIE 1 point ago +1 / -0

They need to have a big class action lawsuit.

Asking for at least $1,000,000 for each of those 400+ people being held, for the pain and suffering they have experienced simply for accepting the invitation of the Capitol Police who opened the doors and waved them in on January 6.

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OXIE 3 points ago +3 / -0

So I just got this job offer that I can work from home.

But they have a requirement that I must be vaccinated.

These people are beyond idiotic!

And companies are complaining that for some reason they can not find enough people to fill their job openings.

I can see them being like British Airways explaining that three perfectly fit pilots just by coincidence happened to die within days of taking the "vaccine" . And yet it did not have anything to do with the "vaccine"

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OXIE 1 point ago +1 / -0

Normal living averages out to about a 99.0 % survival rate from year to year. Sometime in the next 100 years you are just about certain to die.

So living a normal life with all its potential dangers is more dangerous than the virus.

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OXIE 2 points ago +2 / -0

He said he already had had COVID so there was no reason to take any injection.

But he succumbed to the propaganda that his T Cells needed help.

So get COVID and recover.

Then get the injection and die.

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OXIE 2 points ago +2 / -0

The Pendulum has really swung wide.

I remember something back in 1964 the beginning of what was called the free speech movement. People actually had the attitude of "I might not agree with what you say but I will fight to the death for your right to say it.

Today we are a long way from that attitude. If the pendulum does not start swinging back soon this country is going to be a horrible place to live in the coming years.

Back then there were actually debate clubs in schools designed to teach students logical thinking to uncover the truth. You always knew when one side ran out of arguments and lost the debate when they started using "Ad hominem" attacks, insulting and calling the other debater's names.

You see that all the time here.

There is no good reason to insult anyone or call them names on any internet discussion forum.

For instance if someone says that Ashli Babbitt was just an actor and the shooting was fake and you know that was not true then it is better to welcome them and show them the evidence that they are wrong. In these modern times any real person can't help but generate all kinds of documentation and paperwork and any murder automatically starts a documented investigation with autopsy reports and medical examiner findings. Just collect these and show them how wrong they are.

Somebody who tries to pin a label of "Conspiracy Theorist" on someone is not interested in the truth. They are actually saying "Stop asking questions" and accept the official narrative or we will start telling everybody that you are crazy and stupid.

This isn't new. Many years ago this was called "Heresy" And when the official narrative was the Earth is the center of the universe if someone said "Hey wait a minute" "I have been making some observations and according to my calculations the earth actually goes around the Sun". They would be brought before a court and forced to say that they were mistaken or they would be sent to prison.

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OXIE 2 points ago +2 / -0

It would not be bad if the chinese and everybody else with their ASIC machines just dropped out.

Then we could go back to processing bitcoin on home computers just like back in the good old days.

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OXIE 2 points ago +2 / -0

Another Crash?

Crash means something that is overvalued and suddenly drops and stays there.

If you have been following closely for the last few years you saw how each of these so called "crashes" was followed by a big increase in price.

These are actually fluctuations because crypto is in its early stages. These will lessen as the crypto market grows larger and its weaker coins such as dogecoin disappear.

This is a great opportunity to buy the strong ones like bitcoin and ethereum.

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OXIE 2 points ago +2 / -0

The article talks about the crackpot legal theory That state legislatures are the legitimate arbiters of election.

Yes that is in the "crackpot" United States Constitution.


"And this one is especially concerning because it tracks with the growing belief in a crackpot legal theory that state legislatures are the one and only legitimate arbiters of elections" 


United States Constitution

Article I, Section 4, Clause 1:

The Times, Places and Manner of holding Elections for Senators and Representatives, shall be prescribed in each State by the Legislature thereof

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OXIE 2 points ago +2 / -0

That might be a dream for some people, but that centralized off switch does not work in a world that has stuff like this.

The key words to explain this are: DeCentralized, Federated and Peer to Peer.

https://github.com/gdamdam/awesome-decentralized-web

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OXIE 3 points ago +3 / -0

Glad to hear that activity finally getting started.

But subpoenas work best when the recipient does not know they are on the way.

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OXIE 3 points ago +3 / -0

Adding a few tracking and recording functions to a phone is childs play compared to breaking bitcoin SHA-256 and RIPEMD-160 Hash functions.

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OXIE 2 points ago +2 / -0

That would be news to all the people who develop code for bitcoin and have very public discussions and debates on what to add to the codebase.

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OXIE 3 points ago +3 / -0

Its more likely that the ransomware attack was completely run by a very corrupt FBI who simply deposited the bitcoins in their own bitcoin wallet (minus of course 18 percent ).

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