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RexCollumSilvarum 1 point ago +1 / -0

I'm honestly afraid that the fix is in a second time and the announcement is going to be that Biden "won" by just as big a margin as they claimed; most secure election in history! While guns are pointed at the families of any state official who dares to even hesitate before announcing what they are ordered to announce.

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RexCollumSilvarum 3 points ago +3 / -0

I live in Asia and got to watch this debacle in real time. It was awful... Trump had it sewn up, with huge leads in some of these states, and then suddenly they stop counting while all the media outlets are somehow predicting a Biden win.

Slowly, so slowly, it became clear that the fix was in.

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RexCollumSilvarum 2 points ago +2 / -0

This could actually end up being a good show; Black culture was better for kids in those days than it is now. Remember how they started Mad Men to mock the era it was set in but the viewers ended up rediscovering what a great era it was?

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RexCollumSilvarum 2 points ago +2 / -0

It wasn't the vaccine that made her happy, or even the chance to virtue signal. It was the act of submission to tyranny.

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RexCollumSilvarum 1 point ago +1 / -0

In the movie The Social Network, Zuckerberg is portrayed as being a total sociopath and a real jackass of a human being.

I couldn't imagine why he would allow himself to be shown like that.

But the answer is that his real-life self is much worse.

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RexCollumSilvarum 4 points ago +4 / -0

The vaccine is NOT working. Let's take more!

This same philosophy has been applied to communism and feminism, and it didn't work there either.

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RexCollumSilvarum 14 points ago +14 / -0

That "God bless you all" at the end sounds so bitter.

Maybe Joe doesn't want to think about the conversation he'll be having with God a few years down the road. Something tells me the gates will be locked to him.

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RexCollumSilvarum 1 point ago +1 / -0

of course he'll be pro vaccine but he was also pro choice

We need to make this phrasing a thing: "Pro choice" means being able to choose whether or not to take the vaccine.

Anybody criticizes you for not taking it, you respond with, "I'm pro-choice. Why are you anti-choice?"

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RexCollumSilvarum 6 points ago +7 / -1

This delivery wasn't big enough?

Some of his stuff has fizzled but he has had far more hits than misses.

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RexCollumSilvarum 2 points ago +2 / -0

Fact Check: False, it is full of Stainless Steel

Japanpede here; can vouch for the above. Also white substances and pink substances.

(And great username there! A perfect person to mention when defending not being vaccinated because our knowledge of medical procedure changes with time.)

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RexCollumSilvarum 6 points ago +6 / -0

When I got a credit card from Bank of America, they wanted me to install an app that tracked my physical location at all times, even when the app wasn't running, supposedly for my "protection".

Wow. I said no to that app but am now paranoid that they're tracking me anyway.

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RexCollumSilvarum 2 points ago +2 / -0

No, but Bob Fed someday could.

What do you think Cash For Clunkers was about, aside from being a bailout for the automobile industry? It was to get people out of perfectly functional analog cars and into controllable computerized cars.

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RexCollumSilvarum 7 points ago +7 / -0

That 100 employee limit has bothered me. If this was such a major concern, that people be "vaccinated", then why doesn't it apply to all businesses?

The long-term plan is to prevent <100 person companies from even existing, with the giant corporations having everything.

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RexCollumSilvarum 1 point ago +1 / -0

It's either a vest or a bra. It's a manssiere!

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RexCollumSilvarum 1 point ago +1 / -0

I've always wondered what her handle "atensnut" means. It makes no sense to me; is it an abbreviation for something?

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RexCollumSilvarum 1 point ago +1 / -0

If you're CNN, yes, it would be more dangerous! Let's hope so!

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