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Thrasymachus 1 point ago +1 / -0

On the contrary, it is very easy to hate seeing people prostrate themselves to agitprop and then attempting to justify it with meaningless platitudes. Modern megacorp sports franchises and leagues are laughable even when they aren't wasting billions of taxpayer dollars, to say nothing of the retards cooing at men playing child's games (cheating the whole time while doped to the gills to scramble for every possible advantage with zero ethics or accountability) in spite of meaningless stakes for literally everyone except the owners' and their possibility of canoodling even further billions in tax money for next year's sweetheart development deals.

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Thrasymachus 1 point ago +1 / -0

Cue another round of Muh Family Tradition We Love To Watch The Big Game What Do You Mean The Owners Are All Globalist Hacks Happily Politicizing The Leagues With Lefist Agitprop While Every Aspect Of The Sports Entertainment Business Owned By Two Megacorps Shills Their Agenda In Every Possible Aspect Of The 'Game', But Its The Big Game Everyone's Choice Free County If I Want To Watch The Leftist Circus That's OK; this is neither new nor inspiring.

To the extent that doing something stupid, in service to people who hate you, is your choice, it surely is; I'm simply telling you it's an absurd choice that's impossible to justify. But by all means Go [My State College Team Except The 'Talent' Is Recruited From Anywhere With No Local Ties Whatsoever While Not Attending College Courses And Reads At A Fourth Grade Level]! Make sure to pay special attention to those commercial breaks where Madison Avenue radicals portray an exclusively agenda-driven Progressive (TM) mockery of what was once your country but to their delight (and in no small part thanks to your combined ignorance and indifference) will soon no longer be.

Also, the gamblers are all liars about it, so no weasels need make even cursory appearances.

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Thrasymachus 2 points ago +3 / -1

Another sportsball enthusiast self-outs. How's the fantasy league going this year, champ? It was only $500 to join, that's not gambling! You won two weeks last season, it pays for itself!

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Thrasymachus 3 points ago +6 / -3

They can’t help out themselves, it’d be funny if it weren’t so pathetic. Most of them are actually gambling addicts.

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Thrasymachus -1 points ago +4 / -5

What a condescending, dipshit response. Many might not know that most Muh-Sports losers are actually just gambling addicts in (what they think is a) socially-acceptable disguise, so I’m going to go ahead and preemptively pin you as one; I’m sure you’d bet every tree in the alphabet if you could afford it, cock jockey.

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Thrasymachus 2 points ago +2 / -0

You've got it backwards; the downvote brigade shows up whenever anyone notices the pattern at all, as opposed to some some amorphous diametrically-opposed (strawman) group that demands universal Jewish condemnation at every turn.

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Thrasymachus 2 points ago +4 / -2

I've used Brave for a few years and while I endorse it with few reservations, search is among them. Brave search is barely functional for major, obvious searches; it fails miserably for obscure or phrase-based searching, unfortunately.

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Thrasymachus 4 points ago +4 / -0

Strictly speaking the disease came a century before the colonists to which we are referring; brought (most likely) by Ponce de Leon's pigs. The native tribes in North America in the mid-18th century were the Mad-Max-style remnants of a continent and entire networks of civilizations absolutely devastated by disease. Your point still stands, though.

There seem to have been far, far fewer civilizations able to be exposed to the West and coherently (more or less) absorb and adopt their technology for their own (more or less) betterment. Those "more or less" phrases will be apparent in a moment when I point out that it is Japan to which I am referring as sitting high on that short list, and industrialization included a relatively major period of civil strife and then eventually they went a little bonkers and tried to create a ruthless empire at the expense of the Chinese, the Koreans, and the entirety of Southeast Asia. But most cultures suffered (some, greatly) at such exposures.

So I concur that it feels disingenuous to say that exposure to the West was a boon or missed opportunity to native Americans.

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Thrasymachus 2 points ago +6 / -4

All e-celeb grifters are useless wankers. The notion that their corrupt degenerate lifestyles make them easy targets for control is also hardly improbable.

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Thrasymachus 6 points ago +13 / -7

He posted a sermon-length version of 'NOT ALL'; it is one of the last refuges of frantic denialism.

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Thrasymachus 13 points ago +14 / -1

Respectfully disagree. I think it was more of a "nyeh".

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Thrasymachus 5 points ago +6 / -1

It's great to see 3D-printed firearms improving, and God bless everyone involved.

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Thrasymachus 2 points ago +3 / -1

Also, in an interview she literally explicitly said, I don't do any math whatsoever.

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Thrasymachus 0 points ago +1 / -1

Haha, came to thread expecting [insert predictable comment about the makeup of the panel] or deleted, was not disappointed.

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Thrasymachus 1 point ago +2 / -1

This is one of the reasons that the convenience of Twitter being pulled out from under them ruffled feathers; in my estimation they were (and unfortunately probably still are) fast approaching the point where they don't even need the idiots virtue-signaling, at least not to start with; they just astro-turf it into being with whole-cloth social media fabrication bot networks until the real idiots join in as would-be ideological enforcers.

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Thrasymachus 2 points ago +3 / -1

Thoughtful post, though you sort of lost me with

something as simple as a M$ printer driver update which allow any fool out there who tries to counterfeit cash in their high end printer to succeed

The powers that be have gone to great lengths to make this impossible for the layman, and that's hardly going to change now. I would imagine something along the lines of employers larger than, say, 50 employees being strong-armed into paying with digital currency in order to comply with onerous new reporting regulations as an anti-cash squeeze; extant inflation will do the rest, I think, without many additional tricks.

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Thrasymachus 1 point ago +2 / -1

If you could actually buy heavy infantry weapons the absolute best choice for civilian militiamen would be the proven Carl Gustav recoilless platform. Neither the launcher nor ammunition is absurdly expensive (unlike the Javelin) and while it doesn't have a guided top-attack flight profile for standoff (which obviously in a pinch would be real fucking nice to have) you wouldn't have to be a millionaire to field it.

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Thrasymachus 1 point ago +2 / -1

Crypto didn’t start as just another Jewish finance scam, but when no-effort no-ethics no-intelligence no-value-add wealth generation appears on the table you better believe they’ll sniff it out.

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Thrasymachus 1 point ago +2 / -1

Look up Magnus Hirchfeld; transgenderism predates Money and the usual suspects were at the heart of it.

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Thrasymachus 3 points ago +4 / -1

Haha what the fuck, take a breath and give people here credit to be able to distinguish between PLAYING local sports and supporting local sports for children to learn hard work and leadership, and simping for genetic freaks who hate them in a circus. The former is fine whereas the latter is for dysgenic subhumans.

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