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sneedger 1 point ago +1 / -0

Wait, sorry, wrong thread. You're looking at a revival of the grand old practice of raiding unprepared forums. In this case, /pol/ took out Southwest Airlines in retaliation for their vax mandate.

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sneedger 1 point ago +1 / -0

Fair. I think it's obscure enough that it won't be eaten, but if it is, there is probably another unknown SE that still uses something like the old algorithms, circa 2015.

The big search engines just don't work anymore. IMO it's the result of a bunch of H1Bs and genderfreaks being given root access to a search infrastructure built by men with twice their IQs.

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sneedger 2 points ago +2 / -0

Legal stopped mattering when they were allowed to rig an election.

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sneedger 2 points ago +2 / -0

Will they? I don't think the sort of nibba that gets a criminal record for trying to yeet a brick at a cop is high time preference enough to care about his criminal record.

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sneedger 3 points ago +3 / -0

"The Louisiana Judiciary Commission recommended Judge Don Johnson be censured for improperly ordering people convicted of crimes, mostly drug offenses, to pay fines to three dozen private organizations, including the Southern University baseball team, two high school band departments, Baton Rouge Zoo. The commission also recommended that the Louisiana Supreme Court publicly censure Johnson for allowing his now-former judicial assistant to work for a federal agency while still employed by the judge. The panel contends Johnson violated the Code of Judicial Conduct in both instances.[5]"

This is some clown regime shit right here.

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sneedger 1 point ago +1 / -0

Yee, bro. Chin up, the USSR had much more competent middle management, and it still fell apart. Now's the time to get into a local or state GOP position and make sure your community is squared up to break away.

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sneedger 3 points ago +3 / -0

Wasn't me, fam.

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sneedger 2 points ago +2 / -0

Oh, yeah. It's crazy, man. The guy always manages to one-up himself.

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sneedger 4 points ago +4 / -0

Even assuming that Tor is broken/compromised (as someone in that area, I have my doubts), using it imposes the cost of having to expose that to get you. If it's not secure, then they've wasted years of PR and more discretion than they've shown the ability to use everywhere else on it, and they're not about to spend it nailing some rando for watching a gore video.

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sneedger 35 points ago +35 / -0

Love how mad they get.

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sneedger 0 points ago +1 / -1

That's exactly what he said.

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sneedger 1 point ago +1 / -0

Yee. Things are rotting fast, we're going to want to be ready when the last vestiges of being a first world country snap.

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sneedger 1 point ago +1 / -0

At a certain point, you have to acknowledge that the regime isn't omnipotent, and that they aren't geniuses either. There were glowies in the crowd, but that can always be assumed. The people massed at the building; that was genuine. The freaks inside the building were afraid, because they knew what they had done and they knew what they deserved.

"The riot was a setup" is a weak narrative. It serves their goals in making you look dumb, it serves their goals in that you "admit" that there was a riot (there wasn't; it was a mostly peaceful protest), and it serves their goals in making you look unwilling to respond at all to a stolen election.

A much better narrative, which requires no fedposting at all, is to say that a few peaceful, nice people walked around in a building waving flags, and the disgusting freaks in congress should be grateful to them for showing so much restraint, given what they had done just a few hours earlier.

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sneedger 4 points ago +4 / -0

I don't think anyone actually watches PragerU, aside from communists who don't realize there's anyone to the right of Ben Shapiro to hatewatch, but Rowe is a pretty good, genuine guy.

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sneedger 1 point ago +1 / -0

Alright, assuming you're acting in good faith:

  • How does handing the worst faction in politics, the RINOs, a major win not embolden them to take away our path through the party everywhere else?

  • How does a Spencer Cox in Virginia benefit us? Even taxes doesn't really work out in our favor, because of NoVA. All the rich people there are Democrats.

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sneedger 6 points ago +6 / -0

Google has gone to shit (even the normies agree), but this means that Brave isn't a downgrade, just a sidegrade. In the absence of anything else, I'll take it.

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sneedger 1 point ago +1 / -0

How would he be different? How would someone who supports the rigged election and was installed through the removal of a GOP primary be any worse than a Democrat?

Vote against the bastard, and vote for straight GOP in both chambers. Keep your dignity, there's no difference between the two candidates other than that Youngkin would make every Republican in Virginia look like a bitch to the rest of the country.

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sneedger 28 points ago +28 / -0

I think he mistakenly said browser when he meant search engine. I use Brave for both - Brave has mostly the same results as Google, but may end up getting better with time and doesn't have as much tracking.

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