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hospitalier 2 points ago +2 / -0

Nah. The tyrants do not want a civil war because frankly they're unpredictable as fuck. Overseas wars are much better for money laundering

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hospitalier 1 point ago +1 / -0

the problem usually isn't the drugs. It's the money. It's the waking up and needing to steal shit or pawn your family members property, it's cutting of catalytic converters and stealing amazon packages, it's being homeless because you cant afford to buy a bag of dope much less hold a job. That's the issue normally, not the drugs itself.

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hospitalier 7 points ago +7 / -0

ATF but reopen it as a store

by KAGwave
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hospitalier 4 points ago +4 / -0

Dr. Ted repeatedly discusses this in his epic "Industrial Society and It's Future". I'll pull some prescient quotes, remember this was written in 1995.

THE ‘BAD’ PARTS OF TECHNOLOGY CANNOT BE SEPARATED FROM THE 'GOOD' PARTS

  1. A further reason why industrial society cannot be reformed in favor of freedom is that modern technology is a unified system in which all parts are dependent on one another. You can’t get rid of the “bad” parts of technology and retain only the “good” parts. Take modern medicine, for example. Progress in medical science depends on progress in chemistry, physics, biology, computer science and other fields. Advanced medical treatments require expensive, high-tech equipment that can be made available only by a technologically progressive, economically rich society. Clearly you can’t have much progress in medicine without the whole technological system and everything that goes with it.

  2. Even if medical progress could be maintained without the rest of the technological system, it would by itself bring certain evils. Suppose for example that a cure for diabetes is discovered. People with a genetic tendency to diabetes will then be able to survive and reproduce as well as anyone else. Natural selection against genes for diabetes will cease and such genes will spread throughout the population. (This may be occurring to some extent already, since diabetes, while not curable, can be controlled through use of insulin.) The same thing will happen with many other diseases susceptibility to which is affected by genetic degradation of the population. The only solution will be some sort of eugenics program or extensive genetic engineering of human beings, so that man in the future will no longer be a creation of nature, or of chance, or of God (depending on your religious or philosophical opinions), but a manufactured product.

  3. If you think that big government interferes in your life too much NOW, just wait till the government starts regulating the genetic constitution of your children. Such regulation will inevitably follow the introduction of genetic engineering of human beings, because the consequences of unregulated genetic engineering would be disastrous. [19]

  4. The usual response to such concerns is to talk about “medical ethics.” But a code of ethics would not serve to protect freedom in the face of medical progress; it would only make matters worse. A code of ethics applicable to genetic engineering would be in effect a means of regulating the genetic constitution of human beings. Somebody (probably the upper-middle class, mostly) would decide that such and such applications of genetic engineering were “ethical” and others were not, so that in effect they would be imposing their own values on the genetic constitution of the population at large. Even if a code of ethics were chosen on a completely democratic basis, the majority would be imposing their own values on any minorities who might have a different idea of what constituted an “ethical” use of genetic engineering. The only code of ethics that would truly protect freedom would be one that prohibited ANY genetic engineering of human beings, and you can be sure that no such code will ever be applied in a technological society. No code that reduced genetic engineering to a minor role could stand up for long, because the temptation presented by the immense power of biotechnology would be irresistible, especially since to the majority of people many of its applications will seem obviously and unequivocally good (eliminating physical and mental diseases, giving people the abilities they need to get along in today’s world). Inevitably, genetic engineering will be used extensively, but only in ways consistent with the needs of the industrial- technological system. [20]

full text: http://www.mincedgarlic.org/Industrial_Society_and_Its_Future.html#header-15

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hospitalier 2 points ago +2 / -0

local democrats chop down all the trees in the city

why is it so hot on in the city?

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hospitalier 1 point ago +1 / -0

That's not what I am asking for.

No warrant canary = you guys have been ordered by the surveillance courts, to do something, we can't know what, but it's likely by the NSA, CIA, FBI, etc and cannot admit it or else you'll be held in contempt. Since they just spent the last years spying on trump and trying to call everyone here a domestic terrorist, i'll go with all of the above.

I mean, I'm still gonna use the site, just so when the death squads come around i'll get a chuckle from them reading my comments outloud before I get hung by the noose.

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hospitalier 1 point ago +1 / -0

A warrant canary exists to inform the userbase if the federal goverrnment has issued a warrant with a rider that prevents you from telling anyone. AKA what happened to Lavabit.

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hospitalier 2 points ago +2 / -0

The domain changed and the canary disappeared. Because it's a surveillance canary, it disappearing means this site is compromised.

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hospitalier 0 points ago +1 / -1

Dude I fought in the first meme war, I'm a tired vet. Some other young pepe can replace me

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hospitalier 1 point ago +1 / -0

posse comitatus

In it's original form, it's most closely what I expect a proper government to do.

BLM Riots? Round up the locals and protect the town.

http://www.mincedgarlic.org/on-rittenhouse.html

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hospitalier 1 point ago +1 / -0

TBF most compact mowers, weedwackers and the like should really be torn down every 10-20 hours to clean them out. Most of the crap I see in carbs isn't just ethanol. 2 strokes are by nature very dirty and its not like they burn super well or have super duper air filters. It's just how it is. Luckily you can spend a saturday rebuilding all of your 2 strokes and still have time to BBQ.

Coming from a mechanic, I love my old carb'd vehicles, but there's nothing so sweet as that nice balance between. Late 80's to early 2000's of fuel injected, no complex computers, just a multimeter will do. Super reliable and doesnt require the constant tune ups.

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hospitalier 2 points ago +2 / -0

This is more true for mower and such where engine conditions are basically static. Also goes for carb'd engines on motorcycles and old vehicles. I've salvaged a more modern car out of the woods on who knows how old gas, and it works. Variable engine timing and higher bar fuel pumps and all, they tend to make do, it might stumble a bit but it'll run

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hospitalier 3 points ago +3 / -0

look at rabbit tending, seriously. They grow like crazy and provide a ton of meat. And you don't need a ton of space for them. Turn around time is way faster than raising a pig and you can process it all at home pretty easily.

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hospitalier 3 points ago +3 / -0

I don't often laugh at uncouth jests as this, but I snorted heartily

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hospitalier 2 points ago +2 / -0

"The T‑shirt, which was also worn by volunteer Bryan Barton, read "Bryan Barton caught me crossing the border and all I got was this lousy T-shirt". "

kek

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hospitalier 3 points ago +3 / -0

One fundamental aspect of our own revolution was the inability to petition the governmen to redress grievances. Given that local governments have a much larger hand in controlling the lives of their citizens, it's even more important to allow for public forums. It's obvious, over and over, seeing these petty tyrants use roberts book of order, procedure rules, time clocks, and bullshit like covid to prevent people from seeking redress from their own government. Shame on them all

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hospitalier 1 point ago +1 / -0

One fundamental aspect of our own revolution was the inability to petition the governmen to redress grievances. Given that local governments have a much larger hand in controlling the lives of their citizens, it's even more important to allow for public forums. It's obvious, over and over, seeing these petty tyrants use roberts book of order, procedure rules, time clocks, and bullshit like covid to prevent people from seeking redress from their own government. Shame on them all.

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hospitalier 1 point ago +1 / -0

Eh bands like The Roots and a bunch of others feature entirely live musicians. People like Kanye west took production to a whole new level and that is a lot of midi and synth based stuff. And guess what, flipping records isn't easy either.

I don't think a genre of music generally 'better or worse', it's about the content in that music IMO

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hospitalier 11 points ago +11 / -0

Yes, but it's a whole generation. So it's not like a random issue. Society raised these kids. Most of these people are slightly younger than I am. When I was in school it was drilled day in and out, don't worry about loans, just get into the best school and it will work out. The federal government backed a hundred thousand dollars to a kid with no credit score and a poor family. I'm still paying those loans, but let's not imply it came out of nowhere.

Everyone who blames a generation only needs look at the previous one to see who raised them.

by k-doe1
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hospitalier 2 points ago +2 / -0

pay respect to those who came before, INFO WARS .COM, Andrew Breitbart and many other patriots who saw the writing on the walls.

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hospitalier 6 points ago +9 / -3

Sounds like you just work for Big Ketchup. Remember how 'based' BRCC was until everyone realized, theyre just pandering for the money? Wow they make ketchup in the USA? So is Heinz. So is most shit in grocery stores from toothpaste to shampoo to ketchup to meat.

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hospitalier 3 points ago +3 / -0

Don't take anyone for their past Knowledge. Examine ever word with distrust.

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