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8 months ago
Jock
8 months ago
Jock
Because Snoop Dogg is pursuing Canadian citizenship.
Forum: Global Village
8 months ago
Jock
Know why you have to rake the forest? Because nature abhors a vacuum!
Forum: Global Village
8 months ago
Jock
8 months ago
Jock
Your choice little one. I won't respond to anything else you post.
Forum: Global Village
8 months ago
Jock
Y'know, if a crazed gunman rented a hotel room and holed up there with a bunch of weapons, and straight-up murdered 81 people and injured 851 more, y'all would take it as a sign that France was in the throes of apocalypse. SMDH, talk about selective cognition.
Forum: Global Village
8 months ago
Jock
It's amazing that a human being can live to a certain age, get a (supposed) education and be able to converse with others, yet still be utterly unable to understand a damn thing about the world around them. Congratulations.
Forum: Inner Space
8 months ago
Jock
As you wish, Jacob: your choice is yours.
Forum: Global Village
8 months ago
Jock
Meh. The USA kills more people in a day from random gunfire and cops killing blacks than Paris has all this year.
Forum: Global Village
8 months ago
Jock
Note that I don't consider the current strain of totalitarianism flourishing around the world in the USA, Brazil, the Middle East, China and many other areas as 'conservative'. They're anarcho-totalitarians and don't represent truly conservative values. A great example of teleological political systems would be Canada, the Netherlands, Denmark, et cetera. Not a complete list, but you get the
Forum: Inner Space
8 months ago
Jock
I was re-reading freshman philosophy for fun recently and was musing on the second book of The Republic, specifically the Ring of Gyges and moral duty. Being as I've also been actively seeking to understand political stances of those who think differently from me, my recent interactions with conservative thinkers was much on my mind. It came to me that while neither strain of thought was comp
Forum: Inner Space
8 months ago
Jock
There's no point in even mentioning my political views here because there's no way that people who trust their future to Trump as an icon of conservatism would be able to parse the ideas.
Forum: Global Village
8 months ago
Jock
Adequatedane: feel free to join us at the adults table. There's plenty of room. But your homophobic insults and general ire are weak and contribute nothing to any discussion. If you want to be engaged and actually discuss things, as rational people do, you'll get a response. If not, you can count of being ignored, along with your point of view. Which path you choose will make it obvious whether y
Forum: Global Village
8 months ago
Jock
Sirifroth? Join the adults if you like. There's room at the table. But your work as an insult-comic is weak and displays a lack of seriousness as a discussion participant. If you don't want to have a dialogue, fine. But don't expect others to answer you except to dismiss you and your viewpoints as irrelevant. You get respect for your point of view when you engage in discourse as he and I are doin
Forum: Global Village
8 months ago
Jock
Dane, when the hammer comes down, and the sad fever dream of the world you wish existed is blown away by subpoenas, jail time and the exposure of the massive fraud that is the Republican way of life is exposed for what it is, I'd like to think you'd consider this day and your blusters of certainty. But you won't. Doesn't matter, though. You can't roll back the coming tsunami.
Forum: Global Village
8 months ago
Jock
That's a reactive view of the situation--not wrong, but not nuanced. The truth is closer to the second book of Plato's Republic than anything else, and deals with deontology and teleology. But that's for tomorrow's story.
Forum: Global Village
8 months ago
Jock
The left? WTFDYM, left? Check yourself, son. Tunnel vision will lead to assumptions that are not true.
Forum: Global Village
8 months ago
Jock
Yeah, mental health issues are far to stigmatized in our society. They're seen as a choice or a weakness, not a tangible, treatable illness. Sadly, Trump seems to be the sort of person who would be loathe to accept a diagnosis much less take action. It would be better for the republic overall if he stayed in office, didn't get impeached, and the government ground on according to the constitut
Forum: Global Village
8 months ago
Jock
Congratulations. Sharing something as intense and primal as hunting is one of the best ways to bond with family, especially between generations. I got a white tail this year, went out for elk but only spent a lot of time walking around the bush and I'm looking forward to bagging some ducks next week and some geese on a trip in late December.
Forum: Misc.
8 months ago
Jock
I'm in accord with the Goldwater Rule. It would be in the best interest of all concerned for Trump to serve out his full term, right to the bitter end. It would be a big mistake for the Democrats to try to impeach him or indict him before the end of his presidency.
Forum: Global Village
8 months ago
Jock
8 months ago
Jock
8 months ago
Jock
To quote Andy B, the part of the Trump presidency I'm going to enjoy most is the sentencing phase.
Forum: Global Village
8 months ago
Jock
eli stills Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > First Obama had to fight the wars Bush started > didn’t he and he has increased domestic > deployment of the military. > > Furthermore, it was congress that refused to > legislate reasonable budget cuts and tax reform > which allowed THEIR ridiculous sequester threat to > be instituted.
Forum: Global Village
8 months ago
Jock
Oh man, this is delightful. I can't wait for next week!
Forum: Global Village
8 months ago
Jock
It's congratulations all around for those who chumped Drumpf.
Forum: Global Village
8 months ago
Jock
It's beyond brainwashed. A significant number of them have taken up Drumpfism with the fervor and shiny-eyed sense of purpose as though they were troopers in a crusade against progressivism. What a waste of life.
Forum: Global Village
8 months ago
Jock
denny, you have obviously never been tear-gassed. Plus, you're an idiot. And yes, it can be lethal. However, that's moot: the UN doesn't say lethal gas, it says gas. So, fuggedabout your strawmanic-depressing nonsense comment. Jerkob, first, pepper spray isn't tear gas, so climb right down off that false equivalency. Seriously, you anti-progressive troglodytes don't have any other way to
Forum: Global Village
8 months ago
Jock
The 101st Flying Tinyhands Brigade can stay in denial as long as they like: Putin played Drumpf like a bottom bitch and never even had to pay a dime, because once Trump negotiated with him while running for SCROTUS he had all the blackmail and leverage he needed to make him beg for it.
Forum: Global Village
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