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RabidNemo 1 point ago +1 / -0

I was told the city she was moving to but I can't recall. I'm sorry to hear that even in a state like that that the cities are lost.

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RabidNemo 4 points ago +4 / -0

I mean do you guys have a similar problem like that in the UK? Where somebody from say London or one of the more centralized Southern cities will move out to the Isle of Man, Wales, northern Scotland and some of the islands up there etc?

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RabidNemo 3 points ago +3 / -0

She divorced my uncle for stupid feminist reasons and has been trying to stay in the good graces of the family. She informed me recently she's moving to North Carolina as stated in the above message. I truly hope this isn't going to fuck up property values for people who live out there but I'm sure it will. I don't believe she's conservative.

My grandma used to say try not to hate so much but I find it harder and harder not to hate liberals. They spread like I cancer ruining / killing one place then moving on to the next.

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RabidNemo 3 points ago +3 / -0

You know lesbians have the highest rate of domestic violence?! Out of all relationships be it man woman man man etc

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RabidNemo 1 point ago +1 / -0

I think it's because for a long time the lesbians weren't as in your face about it

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RabidNemo 2 points ago +2 / -0

Pandering did bother me a bit I still think people should be allowed to come around.

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RabidNemo 1 point ago +1 / -0

True but that requires doing the effort yourself. Putting it out there in a way to encourage people to go to her home and telling others where she lives is just as bad

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RabidNemo 2 points ago +2 / -0

Honestly? I just started thinking for myself My family had been Democrats for a long time and perhaps at one point some of them did want to actually do some good but growing up in Washington State especially in the Seattle area pretty much everybody even the teachers are Democrat but it wasn't nearly as charged as it is now. I remember in 2008 when the don't say gay things started and they had the gay student association and all those kinds of things and I just remember thinking it was weird but internally beating myself up thinking that I was just being mean or whatever cause I bought into the propaganda

I was actually a Bernie supporter back in 2015/2014 and when Trump came on the scene I had been told that he had announced running for president before and dropped out so it wasn't taken as seriously but then the media started saying all this nasty stuff about him but I started noticing that they weren't showing any clips of him saying this stuff whereas in this day and age of social media I knew damn well if He was saying what they were accusing him of there would be video of it.

So I started watching some of his speeches for myself and then I got to attend one at one of his early campaign rallies when he came to Washington State way up north. After hearing him speak that really changed me and although I wasn't fully sure I just got a gut feeling about August of 2016 that he was going to win and the way my grandma put it even though she voted for Hillary was that Trump is like a cat and always lands on his feet.

That being said 20/20 sort of proved that wrong but at the same time if we take back the house and then win the election in 2024 assuming he runs again then what does that even mean?! Is he co-opted? Did we take the system back?! Are things way worse than we believe they are or perhaps we're all falling into the bullshit I just don't know

Sorry I got a little off track there but that's essentially why I left was just listening to Trump

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RabidNemo 5 points ago +5 / -0

I'll tell you what pisses me off with the rainbow flag. Rainbow used to be a biblical symbol and it was then used as a symbol of international brotherhood. The ribbons of those who served in World War I were rainbow in color. The fags stole the rainbow

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RabidNemo 1 point ago +1 / -0

I think this was more a jab at science and thousands of years of scientific records than the actual lifespan of human beings

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RabidNemo 2 points ago +2 / -0

Well and to be so judgmental of me because I'm obviously going through distress and then to still have to treat me like that even after the problem was resolved. It would have been a huge problem for me cuz it was an hour and a half boat trip so I would have nearly missed my flight if I had had to go back out and then try to get back to the airport

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RabidNemo 2 points ago +2 / -0

Exactly right I'm in the same boat as you. I actually had Primila Jaypal at my front door when she was campaigning and I shook her hand and told her I was happy to vote for her

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RabidNemo 4 points ago +4 / -0

That's a very good way of putting it!

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RabidNemo 2 points ago +2 / -0

Maybe that's why they're so mad about it lol

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RabidNemo 4 points ago +4 / -0

I was taking the ferry from Cape cod back to Boston and thought I had forgotten my wallet but it just put it in a weird spot in my suitcase. I was frantically looking through my stuff trying to find it thinking where it might be and when I finally did find my wallet this gay dude leaned over and said oh good I thought you were just going to be obsessively unpacking and repacking your bag the whole trip. And it's like so what if I am?! Put your fucking headphones on and piss off

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RabidNemo 11 points ago +11 / -0

It just baffles me how they make it their whole identity. There's a waitress at a restaurant near me that wears the little lesbian flag pin on her apron. I don't see why it's necessary for them to label and identify themselves like that especially in a work environment.

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RabidNemo 5 points ago +5 / -0

Black people and gay people. But I think black people are certainly more judgmental and hateful towards gay people

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RabidNemo 9 points ago +9 / -0

Actually out of everybody I think they're the most judgmental

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RabidNemo 1 point ago +1 / -0

"I cannot comment on that individual" -FBI

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RabidNemo 2 points ago +2 / -0

Well this has sort of been done before. Kennedy picking LBJ was a similar scenario But in the case of LBJ he was a control freak and wanted power and he certainly got it when he participated in that coup then looked the other way

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