Big Brother, Inc.

ps check out her right tit. is that nip poppin’?





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  1. Baidu is creeping up on us. And nobody seems to want to invoke anti-trust regulations. Those were introduced around 1890 or so to fight against Rockefeller and Standard Oil, they were alleged to do (but without evidence) exactly what the Billionaires like Bozo are in fact doing driving out competition.

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    • on February 11, 2019 at 12:24 pm | Reply Captain Obvious

      Speaking of Big Bro, muh WordPress cookies, on all of muh computers [both Windoze & Debian] got erased last night.

      Kinda weird.

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    • I don’t understand why we haven’t seen shareholder suits against all these companies that are virtue signaling at the expense of the bottom line. When twitter kicks off free content providers with vast numbers of followers, when PayPal suspends accounts that were making them money, they are damaging shareholders for the sake of their ideology. Seems like a payday for the first lawyer to bring a class-action suit.

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      • on February 11, 2019 at 1:06 pm Captain Obvious

        Also a monster bidness opportunity for someone with spare billions to throw at nonsense like a dinosaur museum for all the natural conservative n!g-nog chillunzzzezzezes in Worshington DC.

        Their father must weep in heaven.

        All the Woke Angels must ridicule him.

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      • LOL @ This:

        “I don’t understand why we haven’t seen shareholder suits against all these companies that are virtue signaling at the expense of the bottom line.”

        The same people that typically file shareholder lawsuits, are the same people as the ones in control of the companies.

        If you did it as a “pure goy effort” with all goy plaitiffs and goy lawyers, the press would be terrible, you would be filing a “racist” shareholder lawsuit. How dare you! It would go nowhere.

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  2. This shit has to end. If Trump won’t end it, it’s time for an uprising. I’m still hoping he’ll get control of his Justice Department and counterpunch hard as he says he is a counterpuncher. But I’m getting impatient.

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    • Here is a diagram of a proof that the deep state is committing democracy threatening crimes with impunity. Please add more proofs or if you have them refutations. https://truthsift.com/graph/The-deep-state-is-committing-democracy-threatening-crimes-with-impunity/783/0/-1/-1/0/0/0/0/0/0/0/0/0/0/0/0/0/0/0/0

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      • on February 11, 2019 at 1:08 pm Captain Obvious

        WTF is being encoded in “/783/0/-1/-1/0/0/0/0/0/0/0/0/0/0/0/0/0/0/0/0”, muh forebrain-dominant/hindbrain-submissive bro?

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      • Dr. Benway, proving damages is easy. You look at the stock price decline, and you multiplied by the number of shares. That’s the damage. When Nike makes an ideological decision and crashes the share price by 3% the moment they announce the decision, there is a huge and evident damage.

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    • That Whittaker guy was a breath of fresh air.

      “Senator J00, ur 5 minutes are up, muh hebe.”

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    • You’d first need to be a shareholder to have standing.Then as a plaintiff you’d have to prove your case and the burden of proof is on you. Then you’d have to prove damages. How much damage could a person with a few shares incur?
      This would be expensive for no return even if you win.

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      • Seems like there would be a way to contact other shareholders and file something like a class action suit against them. I’m not a lawyer but I do have stocks.

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      • on February 12, 2019 at 1:04 am DissesMYisland

        You complain for free by selling the stock. (Minus transaction fee). If done en masse this will decrease value of said stock. Same effect. Then just buy more based companies

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      • Shareholder suits used to be fairly common although I haven’t seen one recently. They are class-action overall the shareholders so they can amount to large sums of money. And proving what they’re doing should be easy in the current situation. We have hidden camera videos of employees saying they’re doing nefarious things, we have all kinds of internal communications that have been leaked from Google and twitter and Facebook and etc. We have stock price drops large ones involving lots of money. Nike’s stock dropped something like 5% I forget exactly the moment they announced the football ad been Gillette’s probably did something similar. You get to go through discovery if you file the suit so you can get all kinds of other internal documents. I think proving that they are making ideological decisions that they in fact know will cost the shareholders money should be easy. Thus it should be a big payday. Most of the lawyers I know whatever their religion would like a big payday. So unless there was some change in the law I’m not aware of, I don’t know why we aren’t seeing shareholder suits.

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      • You would still have to prove damages so even if you win the class action the payout may be tiny or 0.
        It’s the shysters who make money in class action lawsuits because they may be awarded fees and expenses.

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      • Moseby, you ever receive a proxy notice? That’s not from the company but a syndicate of usually large shareholders who want to vote the Chairman out and their guy in. They’re asking you if you want to give permission to vote your shares.(your name is listed in the co. book and how many shares you own)
        It would be pretty impossible for tiny shareholders to get together and vote their shares as a block.
        Of course as a shareholder you can attend the annual meeting and a few hundred of you can make some noise about the Gilette ad and hold up voting and may get some publicity.
        Few shareholders attend these meetings and probably only the big ones.
        It’s a good place to meet rich females :o)
        So try your game lol

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    • Capt. obvious, that link is to the graph view. The encoded information says whereon the graph you are focused, whether the graph is fully expanded, stuff like that. If you click on any particular statement in the graph, it selects that one and centers around it. So the code will tell you which one it centered around. At the bottom of the page you can see the body of that statement and apply to it you can add a proof or a refutation. If you click on the expand button in the upper left it draws the graph full-screen so you can see it better, and it encodes that too.

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  3. I remember my parents griping about “customer loyalty” cards at the grocery store back in the 90s. I see now there was wisdom in their concern as society has been conditioned to accept corporations keeping tabs on all of its purchases. The emergence of CIA backed platforms like Facebook, Google and Amazon is proof positive. When it finally came out that Facebook was using personal information all the people who snarked at me for not having one continued to justify their usage of it with the Good German fallacy (“nothing to hide”).

    This is also why you’re looked at as a weirdo if you whip out a $100 bill to a store cashier. They’d love for it to be a totally cashless society so that we’re forced to take the mark and be denied services because of our “social credit” or digital footprint.

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    • Yep

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    • You’d be shocked at how quickly they can digitally de-person you. Look up MATCH/ TMF List.

      It’s legalized collusion among banks/ payment processors. They keep all of your money, and you are not allowed to open a bank account or own a business for 5 years.

      I was on it- twice. Somehow managed to get myself off.

      Glad you’re all my bros.
      FE

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    • I have a couple of those discount cards I use when buying food. None are in my actual name which is not on the card anyway. So it’s not like they have a name and address or can track what I buy.

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    • Good German fallacy

      Ruined a good post with extra-Special agitprop, directed at a nation of rayciss wipipo who committed the fallacy of wanting their own country.

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      • If you’re too obtuse to grasp the main point I was making about passivity and privacy, choice of metaphor aside, then that’s your problem.

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      • D-FENS, observe my opening words: “Ruined a good post”. You made an excellent observation—incidentally, about one of my own pet issues. Then, you laced it with the kind of pernicious propaganda that is self-perpetuating. People absorb such things by osmosis, and then repeat them without realizing what they are doing.

        The only way to stamp out these propaganda tropes is to call them out. Which I did. Try it the next time you see “goose-stepper”, “Gestapo”, using “Hitler” as an insult, etc. Advanced level: Phrases that subtly imply an unstated premise of equality between the sexes or races being desirable (no way!), empathy being an axiomatic moral imperative (why!?), history inevitably following some quasi-mystical line of “advancing” or “progress” (it doesn’t), etc.

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  4. We want our own countries.

    Signed,

    White people.

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    • You’ll have to fight for them.

      Signed,
      Reality

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    • “I told you so!” – A. Hitler

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    • Do you know what happened when a group of White people really, truly wanted their own country? They were destroyed by Heritage Americans. Whole cities were burnt alive, millions of White women were turned over to be gang-raped by Mongols, and the ancient White homeland of Europe were divvied up as spoils between the very special powers in New York and Moscow. This was done by White Americans, now revered as their “Greatest Generation”.

      The next time I see an historically myopic White American whine about his current plight and then praise his grandpappy for defeating the evil Knot-Sees, I will tell him that I hope his daughters enjoy their BBC. He deserves his coffee-colored ape grandkids.

      It is said that the sins of the fathers are visited on the children. That is wisdom much older than the Jewish Bible, written repeatedly into the classics of ancient European literature. Well, guess what? White guilt is real. Whites are guilty of destroying the culturally superior Southern gentry, annihilating Germany just when Europe was enjoying a clean-sweep, militarily and economically propping up the Soviet Union (which got its first American food aid in the 1920s!), and ultimately turning over the whole world to your very Special masters. This has been to the detriment of other races, too; e.g., the Iraqis also wanted their own country, ruled by a man and not a yiddish democrishy. I guess they have a real reason to hate White people. Nowadays, nobody of any race can oppose Them—because Whites have given Them the power to totally obliterate any nation on Earth.

      White liberals defensively misidentify their natural guilt, and pretend to be sorry about the natural dominance of a superior species over niggers and injuns. I suspect that they know in their mewling, do-gooding souls that Whites are a special breed of under-cannibals, who proudly kill the best of their own kind to please hook-nosed others.

      Huwite rayciss folk do even worse: They make a joke of themselves, by pointing the finger of blame at ostensibly inferior races. Do you blame a minuscule population of scrawny Super-Special Eskimos for “brainwashing” your people? That is an open admission that they are smarter than you. They naturally increase their own power at the expense of competitors; and they feel exactly as guilty about this as White people should feel about enslaving nigger livestock and seizing the territory of injuns. Or do you blame the niggers? How low can you go, essentially saying that you’ve been conquered by niggers!? That is the nadir of the victim mentality.

      Only a century ago, White people ruled the Earth; nobody could have conquered them. What is worse, falling to external conquest—or cowardly abdication whilst you kneel to kiss the feet of your enemies, on whose behalf you have slain your own brothers and cousins?

      I am far from the first to say this: Whites are Whites’ worst and deadliest enemies. What other race could conquer you? If you want your own country, then damn well take it; but be forewarned, you may be cruelly butchered by other Whites as the Jews snicker behind their hands. Ask the Germans how that feels.

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      • Yea if China goes full go on Psy ops Whites Will wiper each other off earth

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      • Yea its facinating shit

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      • Much of what you say is true, but don’t try and give a pass to the (((manipulators))) who got muh Greatest Generation fired up to take out Germany… and who continue to spread their filth and lies through strategic control of (((MSM))) and (((PAC))) influence, both overt and through skullduggery.

        Adam and Eve sinned, yes… but Satan don’t get no pass.

        I believe these points have been (ahem) discussed quite a few times ’round chere… but by all means, let’s keep revisiting it all.

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      • Replying to Greg Eliot:

        Has any of what I said been discussed here? I don’t know; I rarely have time to read blogs. If yes, I give CH credit. The only place where I have seen this subject discussed in any detail is in the dusty archives of some old-generation neo-knot-see publications. Online, most of what I see is “muh master race” hagiography, amidst which anybody who says otherwise gets called a kike or a blackpiller.

        Anyway, in arguing with me, you exemplified one common form of what I described: You literally (anti-)apotheosize the Jews!

        The Jews have no divine (or anti-divine) patron. They are not a synagogue of Satan. They have no supernatural powers. To answer Shylock, when you prick them, yes, they do bleed. They are just a bunch of stinky meat-and-bones hominids, who are highly adapted to preying on other hominids. Their observed traits include a consummate genius for inventing superstitions, and also for inducing their enemies to an emotional hatred that leads to paralyzing fear, reactionary stumbling, and/or seeking the answers in prophecies written by Jews.

        I know people who love the Jews, and I know people who hate the Jews. What I do not know is anybody who can discuss them with the stone-cold rationality of a general who is assessing both the forces of a formidable enemy, and the weaknesses in his own forces. Overall, my above post was aimed at the latter, and this one at the former. The Jews have no special powers! They do have a an extraordinary cunning, honed over thousands of years of patient experience and learning from their own mistakes. Combine that with a fierce racial pride, and—well, the rest is history.

        I will repeat for emphasis what I said above: The Jews feel exactly as guilty about enslaving white livestock as White people should feel about enslaving a race they properly regarded as stupid, inferior brutes. One hundred lessons may be learnt from that sentence. Since Whites were the only race capable of initially inventing the technologies that gave them absolute mastery of the earth only a century ago (and that give Jews the same mastery today), it would behoove them to learn those lessons well. It’s either their children or yours—the Jews themselves admit no other option!—so, get your game on. The stakes are existence or extinction, and Jews play for keeps.

        (((manipulators))) who got muh Greatest Generation fired up to take out Germany… strategic control… influence…

        So, grandpappy was a gullible boob who submissively obeyed the (((Roosevelt))) gang like a nigger saying “yes, massa”—or a bitch who trips over her own toes falling onto the dick of a player who “influences” her inner hamster. You’re making my case here.

        Don’t hate the Jews because they’re successful. “Strategic control”? Damn straight. Instead, hate them because they are hell-bent on exterminating your kind by getting your daughters knocked up by niggers. To avoid this fate, you need “strategic control” which is not obtained by telling yourself fairytales or making excuses.

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      • They are not a synagogue of Satan. They have no supernatural powers.

        Since the post to which I replied was one of your first ’round chere, you sounded like you were using one of the usual shill gambits about “Whites did it to themselves, don’t blame da joos”.

        Since reading some of the other posts you’ve made on other threads, I think you’re sincere and not just another shill… though if’n you were, I will say you’re of the intellectual quality that the chateau deserves, rather than the usual ham-handed shulboys. 😉

        But for the record, yes, they ARE a synagogue of Satan… the Sanhedrin level machers, of course… Irving the kosher butcher down the street isn’t part of any Protocols conversation. 😉

        Minions and useful stooges don’t necessary have supernatural powers, but they can wield untoward influence based upon earthly weapons, both overt and psychological.

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  5. I bet that card said 666 on it too!

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  6. on February 11, 2019 at 12:40 pm | Reply BugManExterminator

    I remember Evangelicals ranting about the Mark of the Beast about 30 years ago. They said that this Mark would be required to engage in all transactions and they specifically conceptualized it as a mark like a tattoo or serial number. I balked at them for being crazy nutcases. Seems they were right all along.

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    • Youse yeggs are in for many more surprises on all the things “muh Cuckstains” were right about.

      You have been warned… there’s still plenty of time to get right with Most High.

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      • You know you’ve gotten right with the Most High when you contemplate your inevitable death without fear.

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      • whats a yegg

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      • Nice observation PA… sometimes I speak of my inevitable demise around my children and they get a bit upset, but I have to tell them it’s just part of the overall plan, and like Ah-nuld… “I’ll be back”. 😉

        For the other guy: a yegg is old time slang for any hood or member of a mob… we use it affectionately ’round chere, much like old West buddies used to jokingly greet each other “You ol’ hoss thief!”

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      • on February 11, 2019 at 1:18 pm Captain Obvious

        >>>>> “You know you’ve gotten right with the Most High when you contemplate your inevitable death without fear.”

        Wherein PA learns to STOP CARING.

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      • ” whats a yegg ”

        Its a boomer term of endearment I think ?

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      • Fear the Lord, and you need fear nothing else.

        On a side note, it appears Le Chateau has stopped putting remembrance cookies on one’s device, and you have to type in your email and name each post… and then there’s a delay before your post will show up.

        Or is it just me?

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      • The term yegg goes all the way back to the early 20th century.

        You muh Boomer knee-jerks have GOT to expand your frames of reference.

        (((shakin’ mah haid)))

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      • ” Or is it just me? ”

        Not just you, we’re all bound for the cattle cars.

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      • we use it affectionately ’round chere, much like old West buddies used to jokingly greet each other “You ol’ hoss thief!”

        If by “we” you mean I, the one and only GE, then yeah.

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      • what’s the etymology on “yegg?”

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      • is it like “you eggs” or something lol

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      • is it going to be 12:00? Cuckstains are gonna be right?

        Let us enumerate all the things you’ve been WRONG about.

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      • If by “we” you mean I, the one and only GE, then yeah.

        You fuckwits who keep trying to one-up Eliot just never learn… over the past months there have been at least half-a-dozen yeggs, including CH himself, that have picked up on the term.

        Go fuck yourself, elk… your antlers are but straws.

        Or just keep comin’ ’round chere for another smackdown when you try to neener-neener your betters.

        (((shakin’ mah haid)))

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      • what’s the etymology on “yegg?”

        It’s officially unknown, but it probably stems from “hard-boiled egg”, a term used for a tough guy.

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      • Let us enumerate all the things you’ve been WRONG about.

        Yes, by all means, tell me what I’ve been wrong about, and I’ll double your list about all the things I’ve made YOU look like an ignorant smacked ass over… ESPECIALLY in re your POZ view of Scripture.

        Just stay out of my way, punk… your pathetic attempts to gainsay have become beyond tedious.

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      • “yegg” is slang for a safecracker.

        https://www.dictionary.com/browse/yegg

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      • Only one yegg ever uses yegg

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      • ah, so it’s like saying “thug” or “nigga”

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      • By George, I think he’s got it.

        For the record, the original term meant safecracker or thief, but it came to mean what I mentioned above, that is, any mob guy or thug.

        Most recently heard in the Coen Bros. film Miller’s Crossing.

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      • Speaking of the Coen Brothers, did anyone watch The Ballad of Buster Scruggs on netflix?

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    • on February 11, 2019 at 1:37 pm | Reply Captain Obvious

      >>>>> “Seems they were right all along.”

      All the insane people were right, and all the sane people were wrong.

      Hindbrain & Intuition >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Forebrain & Reason

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    • ” I balked at them for being crazy nutcases. Seems they were right all along. ”

      However, how many of those same Evangelicals now own cell phones, use the internet, have store loyalty cards, had DNA tests done for fun, have GPS in their cars, have ALEXA in their homes, always shop with credit cards, ” have nothing to hide ” at the TSA checkpoint, and so forth ?

      Seems they are willingly dancing with the ” Beast ” anyhow.

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      • Even Lot’s wìfe’s had to sneak a longing look back at the smouldering city.

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      • Evangelicals (as a group) tend to be some of the most naive and easily duped people around. They are so desperate for acceptance they will abandon their supposed principles in a heartbeat if any resistance is shown.

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      • Go up to just about any evangelical and ask them why they allow women preachers when the Bible expressly forbids it.

        The men will look away, maybe shrug… and the women will dismissively state that “Paul was a misogynist”.

        Try it, just for fun.

        Then for extra giggles, ask them why Christ Himself called the jews a “synagogue of Satan”.

        Feh on “evangelicals” who don’t know… or even believe… the very Bible they would evangelize.

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      • I flew twice last week.

        TSA is now a freak show. 50% bull dyke.

        Go out if their way to flaunt their rent a cop authority and be rude and slow.

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      • Go up to just about any evangelical and ask them why they allow women preachers when the Bible expressly forbids it.

        The men will look away, maybe shrug… and the women will dismissively state that “Paul was a misogynist”.

        Extend the argument next time, Greg.

        “Okay, you don’t believe what the Bible explicitly tells you and want to exclude it because feelings. Fine. Tell me about Jesus, tell me about His works, tell me about His life. But you can’t tell me anything that the Bible says because you already negated it.” I’ve used this also for gays for church members (I Cor 6), homosexuality as a sin (Lev 18), divorce, etc. You reframe it on what their peccadillo is.

        “But… but John 17! But …. but…. John 3:16!! But… but… Psalms 22 & 23!!”

        “All parts of the Bible. Try again.”

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    • An ideal mark would be a fingerprint since not even identical twins are the same. DNA can make an error but not a fingerprint.

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    • I contemplate my death without fear and I’m not a Christian. I have no expectation of an afterlife and that doesn’t bother me at all. I am part of something bigger than myself. My family, my heritage, and my race. Knowing that when I die, those things will live on puts my own finite existence in perspective. I feel no need to resort to make believe to cope with reality, my significance, and insignificance in it. It is good to be alive. Eventually it won’t be. And that’s ok. There are worse things than dying.

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      • I feel no need to resort to make believe to cope with reality,

        Wiser haids than yours have trembled to call it “make believe”.

        You non-belief is not, ipso facto, someone else’s “make believe”.

        If you TRULY want to talk about fantasy, how’s about this:

        “In the beginning there was nothing… and then it exploded.”

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      • I don’t know where the universe came from. You win. Praise Jesus.

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      • Everything always existed and there is no beginning or end to it.
        That’s something the human brain cannot understand.
        That is until someone figures it out and then people just accept it as if they always knew it.

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  7. Years ago, my dying grandmother needed oxygen to keep living a little longer. She’d declined Medicare (when that was still possible) and didn’t have insurance, so she (and my mother) tried to pay in cash. The medical supply bookkeeper couldn’t comprehend the situation, and didn’t know what to do until the business owner heard the discussion, walked over, and said, “I take cash.”

    This is why small businesses are the most important national security defense.

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  8. No way the millennial Thot at the grocery store would be smiling at you, unless you were a minority she can virtue signal to. She’d probably be 120 characters deep into a Fakebook post about another Nazi at the supermarket she heroically turned away while handing the card back to you and hitting the silent alarm under her cash register.

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    • Younger women who are attractive and relatively wholesome looking, like the one in the picture, tend to respond well to masculine men. At least in my experience.

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      • I have to wonder where some of these boys live. And what they look and act like.
        Young girls and even older women always seem to be polite and smile at me.
        Young girls hold doors for me and I don’t look like an old man or cripple.

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      • I’m in the Chicongoland area. It’s impossible to leave the house without running into 1/4-1/3 of the millennial women out with their brown skinned pet of the week & nappy headed mystery meat sprog.

        I’m a little more muscular than the average man, & I don’t walk around staring at the ground apologizing to every person I cross paths with. I’m sure their revulsion with me is the same indoctrinated “toxic masculinity white man = bad” hatred directed at the MAGA hat kid for daring to not grovel in the presence of such diversity anointed princesses & their virtue signal parolee baby daddy.

        But by the logic of these replies I guess the MAGA hat kid should have just been more alpha/masculine/deep voiced & every uptight cunt would have just swooned. Thanks for the tip.

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    • on February 11, 2019 at 3:41 pm | Reply Corinth Arkadin

      Deep voice gets these types everytime.

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  9. I’m moving as much as possible to using cash or checks.

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  10. on February 11, 2019 at 1:41 pm | Reply Captain Obvious

    Somehow, that’s either the same thing or the contrapositive or the WTFE of something Gunny was about racism the other day.

    Gunny’s sh!t is so profound it makes my head spin.

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    • It’s a shame it’s harder to decipher than sumerian clay tablets

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    • on February 11, 2019 at 8:43 pm | Reply Gunslingergregi

      The levels of this space are so profound im learning its making my head spin he he he
      Its on the air though
      Im digging in

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      • on February 11, 2019 at 8:47 pm Gunslingergregi

        Let’s get them There revelations

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      • on February 11, 2019 at 8:52 pm Gunslingergregi

        I guess Theresa nigrem explained why mutually assured destruction only applied to Whites with nukes everyone else fine lol
        Racism and white supremacism without being supreme is gonna wiper US off earth
        Rofl its so fucking ironic
        Biggest irony in history

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  11. Ovens are science fiction. Organic fertilizer is the way to go.

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  12. And that no man might buy or sell, save he that had the mark, or the name of the beast, or the number of his name.

    Revelation 13:17

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  13. Y’know, it doesn’t cost much to create an LLC in New Mexico or Wyoming or Alaska. Such an LLC can get credit cards, and then your name isn’t associated with the cards. Problem solved.

    You can also use prepaid credit cards. Problem solved.

    Fuck the Left.

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    • you have to pay taxes and have a legit business and show a profit

      see…IRS

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      • The IRS doesn’t care about LLCs and only cares if you are paying taxes.

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      • It would be nice if your niggerfucking ass actually knew what the hell you were talking about just one fucking time. You are either a snot nosed kid or you have the worst case of arrested development in the history of mankind.

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    • Corporations have Chairmen so your name would be connected with it.And you’re not going to get any credit cards unless the corp is well known enough or you have personal credit yourself.

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      • Not all corporations. Look into LLCs.

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      • You would also need a SS# or Tax ID# and that’s YOU.
        But I wouldn’t worry about this stuff because small fry are of no interest to anyone except some people wanting to sell stuff and sending you e-mail ads.

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    • Your name is connected as well as your social. They TMF/ MATCH list you. You’re fugged for 5 years.

      FE

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      • The LLC I have I get taxed just like a self-employed , which I am. It’s just like paddy said, as long as Uncle Sugar and the state I’m in gets their tribute every quarter they don’t care about anything else.

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      • I have an LLC and I pay taxes just like i’m self employed , which I am. Like paddy said , as long as the gubmint gets their tribute, they don’t give me any greif, YET.

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      • Not in New Mexico, Wyoming, or Alaska. LLCs in those states are impenetrable and opaque to tech companies.

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  14. The kikes are behind all of this. The Christ-killers own and control all of America’s banking and finance. No transaction occurs that a jew does not get a piece of the transaction. The kike keeps pushing and pushing til one day– ‘OY VEY!!! WE DID’NT MEAN ANYTHING BY IT!!!’ …..(CRACK!!!–as the kike’s neck snaps from the sudden drop).

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  15. on February 11, 2019 at 8:06 pm | Reply zeta male pondscum

    don’t count on trump. were he going to do anything significant we’d be well on our way there already. but the following words mean something.

    NOT
    VOTING
    OUR
    WAY
    OUT

    i take no relish in saying this. frankly the idea of mass armed anarchy being loosed upon the nation horrifies me. but we either learn to go quietly into that goodnight, or we relearn to love the axe and act as though human life is cheap.

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    • Avoiding mass armed anarchy and becoming victorious are two different things. Better to learn military planning, discipline, tactics and strategy.

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    • on February 12, 2019 at 12:01 pm | Reply Captain Obvious

      >>>>> “frankly the idea of mass armed anarchy being loosed upon the nation horrifies me”

      Gotta go to That Dark Place.

      Gotta stop caring.

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  16. on February 11, 2019 at 8:41 pm | Reply Gunslingergregi

    U have learned

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  17. Someone needs to put a thought bubble by the nip sayin’::

    “But if you slaughter a bunch of CEOs I’ll have your baby.”

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  18. My check-out girl is the 80 yr. old grandma who is trying to get me to take ‘the survey’ and ‘possibly win a $ 500 gift card’.

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    • I told the well-endowed lady behind the counter (where I get morning coffee sometimes) who kept asking me to fill out an online survey and mention her in particular so that she would be eligible for an employee prize

      “Does ‘I’d like to motorboat the cashier’ count as a compliment?”

      “Oh, you naughty boy!” she cooed.

      I often amuse myself with gallantries of this sort. 😉

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  19. A strong 6, a contender even for 7, handicapped by Lisa-Page-style gums.

    But hey, weak 6s can be excellent w1fe material. Would recommend to a buddy to check out.

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