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wrmevlp 9 points ago +16 / -7

This is Plymouth Rock. It has lain here for 400 years. It was exposed to the oceans in 1620 & is in the exact same spot today. Oceans have failed to rise the few centimetres need to cover the rock with seawater. This is a clear message about how little earth's oceans are rising.

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wrmevlp 2 points ago +2 / -0

Vote fraud should require the death penalty. Or a jar of Vaseline for the losers.

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wrmevlp 1 point ago +1 / -0

"Every where you go....."

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wrmevlp 3 points ago +3 / -0

Not in a red state.

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wrmevlp 2 points ago +2 / -0

Leave it to government to fuck up a gas can.

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wrmevlp 2 points ago +2 / -0

Nobody trusts the fed or the central bankers. If either move too fast they'll hurt themselves. If they don't act soon, they will be the ones hurt. Catch 22 and the bankers know it.

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wrmevlp 1 point ago +1 / -0

"It’s a truly incredible feat of engineering that has the power to completely undermine the current system of parasites and credit expansion."

"History has shown us that wars stop when the money either runs out or becomes worthless. Bitcoin is built from the bottom up because the incentives of the network get people to participate via their own free will. No one knows exactly how the future plays out, but if you follow the incentives it seems the outcome will be in favor of Bitcoin."

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wrmevlp 3 points ago +3 / -0

"Most people who haven’t gone down the Bitcoin rabbithole yet don’t really understand the paradigm shift that has happened with the invention of digital bearer assets. They can type an order into their stock trading app and to them that’s as good as Bitcoin’s near instant global settlement. They fail to see the fundamental difference."

"Benefits of Digital Bearer Assets. Digital assets don’t have to only be useful assets for the end of the world. The ability to trade assets globally without the involvement of authorities and institutions means that unlike stocks, digital assets can tap global liquidity and allow capital formation to know no borders or class divides. It’s relatively easy for a rural Kenyan farmer to purchase a dollar worth of Bitcoin. It’s nearly impossible for the same person to acquire a dollar worth of Amazon stock."

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wrmevlp 4 points ago +4 / -0

A crazy person is anyone who thinks the second amendment is open to debate.

Certifiably insane.

If a crazy person tries to take my guns I will fear for my life and must and will resist with deadly force.

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wrmevlp 5 points ago +5 / -0

They are members, one and all, of the devils church. Prove me wrong.

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wrmevlp 3 points ago +3 / -0

The Texas Republican Party unveiled other newly adopted platform stances during its weekend convention, including a section that declared homosexuality “abnormal” and rejected “all efforts to validate transgender identity.”

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wrmevlp 1 point ago +2 / -1

His engine is not a Ferrari, it's a Model T.

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wrmevlp 0 points ago +1 / -1

"But it's not, him, see, it's those poor benighted American voters, who seem congenitally wired to not give him the credit he insists he's entitled to. Sound like vintage Joe Biden? He's either an idiot or thinks we are.

Spare us this dreck."

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