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catsfive 1 point ago +1 / -0

Odd how all you have for photo evidence is a few pics showing minor damage

WTC 7 was literally a bunker. Before 9/11, Silverstein spent $150M reinforcing the building to satisfy Salomon Smith Barney

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catsfive 1 point ago +1 / -0

Would CZ be preferable? I've seen some ergonomic problems with that, too

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catsfive 3 points ago +3 / -0

What is "roller delay"? Asking for a very very stupid Canadian fren

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catsfive 2 points ago +2 / -0

C'mon it's easy, you just add another rail

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catsfive 8 points ago +8 / -0

Sorry, I'm Canadian so, only love guns from afar, but... what IS this gorgeous abomination? Did an MP5 mate with an AR???

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catsfive 1 point ago +1 / -0

I don't know you but apparently I sent this only to you. Really great, huh? SOLID GOLD

Hope you have a really great night, fren

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catsfive 3 points ago +6 / -3

LOOOOL. I run the Q WIN and you're a retarded faggot. This is comedy gold. We ban low-info tards and doomers over there, which is why our threads get it done, and your threads just devolve into THIS.

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catsfive 1 point ago +1 / -0

OH JEEZ, sorry mate. In my defense, I'm Canadian, but, still. My bad.

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catsfive 7 points ago +7 / -0

WELL. Here's where researchers come in. Some highlights from his official bio:

He worked in the Gang/Repeat Offender Unit and prosecuted many difficult and high profile cases from 1992 to 1998.

Brnovich has also been a Judge Pro Tem of Maricopa County Superior Court, a Command Staff Judge Advocate in the U.S. Army National Guard, the Director for Constitutional Government at the Goldwater Institute

In March 2021, he argued at the United States Supreme Court to protect Arizona’s commonsense election-integrity restrictions on ballot harvesting and out-of-precinct voting in Brnovich v DNC.

He has been featured on 60 Minutes in defense of capital punishment and has initiated national public education efforts to combat human sex trafficking.

He very well may be one of us...

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catsfive 8 points ago +8 / -0

Some highlights from his official bio:

He worked in the Gang/Repeat Offender Unit and prosecuted many difficult and high profile cases from 1992 to 1998.

Brnovich has also been a Judge Pro Tem of Maricopa County Superior Court, a Command Staff Judge Advocate in the U.S. Army National Guard, the Director for Constitutional Government at the Goldwater Institute

In March 2021, he argued at the United States Supreme Court to protect Arizona’s commonsense election-integrity restrictions on ballot harvesting and out-of-precinct voting in Brnovich v DNC.

He has been featured on 60 Minutes in defense of capital punishment and has initiated national public education efforts to combat human sex trafficking.

He very well may be one of us...

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catsfive 1 point ago +1 / -0

Yeah, I feel the same way whenever I read something that is over my intelligence

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catsfive 0 points ago +2 / -2

ASK LATER, lol

At least read it... I'm head mod over there and it's one of the best threads we've ever done. I try to keep the place focused on decoders and researchers, and keep the usual tards at bay

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catsfive -1 points ago +1 / -2

That was me, and that was retarded, and you should feel bad.

LMK if you want to come back in a better way

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catsfive 5 points ago +6 / -1

Brian Cates - Political Columnist: About the Rittenhouse defense fund fiasco: if Lin Wood wants to shift all the blame onto John Pierce, he can do that. Pierce has been trying to get his hands on that bail money for awhile now. Next time as Wood or Pierce are barnstorming around the country soliciting donations as their clients rot in jail, i would encourage them to be very clear with the donors where those donations are going. It’s not being donated to the clients; it’s being donated to the lawyers, and it’s now the lawyers money and it always will be, through their awesome foundation. Wood can use all the clever bullshit words he wants. FightBack Foundation is his creation, he controls it. He and Pierce are now fighting over control of the $2 million that was donated to FightBack. They deserve each other.

Lin Wood filed through FightBack to get the $2 million bail money back because Pierce is trying to steal it. But Wood doesn’t want talk about how he’s now in conflict with Pierce over this money, so he pretends he has nothing to do with FightBack filing to get the money, like he’s some kind of bystander. He’s not a spectator here. And if you don’t have a problem with Wood and Pierce leaving Kyle in jail while they traveled around the country fundraising for themselves while giving the donors the impression they were supporting the Rittenhouse family, well I do have problem with that. Agree to disagree.

Right now John Pierce has talked his way into representing several J6 prisoners. He’s set up a new fundraising grift while he grossly mishandles their cases. History is repeating itself. And it’s not ancient history, either. And the people who are still covering up and making excuses for the shit he did in the Rittenhouse case need to stop doing that. Every single person who enabled him to become the Avenatti of the Right needs accountability. If you don’t like that, I don’t give a shit. Lives are in the balance.

Brian Cates - Political Columnist: Understand: a lot of money is at stake here for certain people. Millions of dollars, in fact. The cool new thing where lawyers create their own nonprofit "charity" foundation to raise funds for themselves while making clever pitches to donors to hide the fact the money is only temporarily used for a certain client is really taking off. The fact Pierce was able to so quickly set himself up to take advantage of almost a dozen J6 families using this scheme again is astounding to me. It means not nearly enough light has been shed on this subject. But I can fix that.

The problem with FightBack is that the two lawyers involved in the Rittenhouse case are now at odds with each other over the $2 million they raised for FightBack. Now that it served it's purpose as bail for Kyle, Fightback is supposed to get it back. What was planned for the $2 million after that, nobody knows. But now Pierce, who is a money sink and has financial creditors all over his ass wants a big chunk of it. He's obviously not raising enough from his new J6 venture to hold them at bay, which explains his fighting Wood for his 'fair share' of the money he helped raise. The sooner this trend of lawyers creating nonprofits to raise funds for themselves dies in a fire, the better.

You think I'm pissed about this now, just wait to see how pissed I am if Pierce's incompetent counsel while he's fundraising for himself through a charity supposedly for J6 prisoners results in a prison sentence for somebody who could've avoided that. It should NEVER have gotten this far. People who could have exposed this guy a year ago zipped their lips when it mattered. If this farce means 1 person goes to prison when they didn't have to, that's when you see what a pissed off Brian Cates looks like.

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catsfive 24 points ago +25 / -1

Yes, but did the amount of penises you ate also decrease, that is the question

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